“I want Hillary Clinton to be president,” the singer said after dismissing Trump's campaign.
The 250,000 figure is a "myth," the administration says.
The candidate said "we are called to ignore" any government order to "violate and sin."
"That's the existence that they've asked for," said Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa).
"I didn't see news reports at the time," the former New York City mayor said.
Donald Trump says he believes in heaven and hopes he’s headed there someday.
NBC News reporter Katy Tur claims Trump's staff is clamping down at campaign events.
"Everybody’s their own cop in a way," the GOP presidential front-runner said.
“Now is not the time for us to succumb to racism and bigotry," he says in policy paper.
“This is a tepid effort,” the 2016 GOP presidential contender said.