A Bitter General Election Campaign Begins

This week, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will begin the five-month battle for the White House. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why it is shaping up to be a very bitter election year. Photo: AP

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President Obama: Orlando Is Deadliest Shooting in U.S. History

In a press conference, President Obama said the shooting at the Orlando nightclub Pulse, which claimed 51 lives so far, marked the deadliest in United States history. Photo: AP

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President Obama: Remember the Victims of Orlando

In a press conference, President Obama asks the American people to come together in grief, rather then be divided in hate. Photo: Getty

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Obama: Orlando Shooting an Attack on a Place of Solidarity

President Obama described the shooting at an Orlando gay nightclub Sunday as an attack on a place of solidarity and empowerment. Photo: Getty

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If Bernie Bails, Where Would His Supporters Go?

The big question surrounding the Democratic primary race should Sen. Bernie Sanders drop out is who will his supporters vote for — Donald Trump? Hillary Clinton? Jill Stein? WSJ traveled to a Sanders rally on Thursday to find out. Photo: Getty

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Why Obama’s Endorsement of Clinton Matters

The long-expected endorsement by President Barack Obama of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton finally came Thursday. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains how his official backing could shift the presidential campaign. Photo: AP

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Warren Chastises Trump for Attacks on ‘Mexican’ Judge

In a speech Thursday night, Sen. Elizabeth Warren strongly criticized Donald Trump for his remarks that Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who is overseeing lawsuits against Trump University, is biased because of being of Mexican heritage. Photo: AP

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Sanders Meets With Obama, Plans to Continue Race

Sen. Bernie Sanders met with President Obama on Thursday and afterwards told reporters that he still plans to compete in the D.C. primary, the Democratic race’s final contest. Sanders also said he plans to meet with rival Hillary Clinton to discuss ways to prevent Republican Donald Trump from becoming president.

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Trump Opposed Calling America an ‘Exceptional Nation’

Many politicians say America’s founding principles make it “exceptional,” including President Obama, even as GOP leaders accuse him of believing otherwise. But in 2015, Donald Trump said he “never liked the term” because “you’re insulting the world.”

6/9/2016 7:00AM      Many politicians say America’s founding principles make it “exceptional,” including President Obama, even as GOP leaders accuse him of believing otherwise. But in 2015, Donald Trump said he... Read More | Share it now!