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Morning Express with Robin Meade

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 Republican presidential hopeful businessman Donald Trump fields questions at The Family Leadership Summit at Stephens Auditorium on July 18, 2015 in Ames, Iowa.

Paper: Donald Trump a 'feckless blowhard'

In the wake of controversial comments he made about Sen. John McCain’s status as a war hero, a newspaper in Iowa is calling on Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race. The Des Moines Register calls Trump a "blowhard" who is more focused on promoting himself than helping the nation.        

The editorial goes on to say, "Trump has proven himself not only unfit to hold office, but unfit to stand on the same stage as his Republican opponents."

US presidential hopeful Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Maryland Republican Party's 25th Annual Red, White & Blue Dinner on June 23, 2015 at the BWI Airport Marriott in Linthicum, Maryland.

NBC: Trump, you're fired

NBC told Donald Trump you're fired.

The network says it cut ties with the mogul, over derogatory comments he made, about Mexican immigrants.

Donald Trump announces bid for Presidency

'The Donald' jumps in

Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he was running for president Tuesday, saying he wants to "make America great again."

The businessman and reality TV star told the crowd at Trump Tower in New York that "I’m really rich" and that he plans to use all his own money for his campaign rather than relying on lobbyists or donors.

Hillary video dashes boy's White House dreams

Hillary video dashes boy's White House dreams

A video of a possible future presidential candidate crying has gone viral. To be fair, the little guy is only 3-years-old.

CNN’s Jeanne Moos explains what set him off.

Marco Rubio announces bid for White House.

Rubio's running

Florida senator Marco Rubio described himself as the best presidential candidate to move the country forward.

Right out of the gate the 34-year-old went after Hillary Clinton saying, "Just yesterday, a leader from yesterday began a campaign for President by promising to take us back to yesterday. But yesterday is over, and we are never going back."

Hillary Clinton announced run for White House in video posted to various social media platforms Sunday

Hillary Clinton: 'I'm running for President'

Hillary Clinton and her staffers jumped in a van and took a road trip to Iowa for her first campaign stop.

The former New York senator and Secretary of State announced Sunday that she's running for President via Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

Artist claims to have put a hidden representation of Monica Lewinsky in a portrait of Bill Clinton

See the 'hidden Lewinsky' in Clinton portrait?

The artist who painted a presidential portrait of Bill Clinton says he snuck former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in it, too.

Nelson Shanks recently revealed in an interview that the shadow under the mantle represents the blue dress linked to the Clinton sex scandal.

Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, Joni Ernst, waits to speak at a rally upon the completion of her tour of all of Iowa's 99 counties on October 30, 2014 in Ames, Iowa.

First female combat vet wins Senate seat

Republican Joni Ernst beat out her democratic challenger in Iowa. That makes her Iowa’s first female senator.

CNN's Pamela Brown has more on the little-known state Senator, who shot her way to the top.

U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) speaks accompanied by his wife Elaine Chao at his election night event November 4, 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky. McConnell defeated Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes

GOP reigns supreme

The Democrats lost big Tuesday night as a Republican wave spread across the nation, giving the GOP control of Congress.

Republicans needed just six seats to take control of the Senate. They ended up winning seven giving them a 52-45 majority. Seats in Alaska, Louisiana and Virginia will be decided in a December runoff.

File photo: US Senator Lindsey Graham speaks as he takes part in a press conference with unseen US Senator John McCain at the US Embassy in Kabul on January 2, 2014.

Senator on tape joking about Baptists & white men

Senator Lindsey Graham was caught on tape joking that white men in male-only clubs will do great if he's president.

He was at an all-male club in South Carolina earlier this month.

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