The Democratic National Convention is off to a rocky start — and it hasn’t even officially begun.
The plane was going to be used “for a series of fall rallies in battleground states."
"He's got a right to talk about whatever he wants to talk about," Priebus said.
"I know firsthand how hard it is being chair of a national party, but when you rig a system,” Priebus said.
Those [security reports] never reached me. Those never came to my attention,” she said.
"I do think we're going to take a Senate majority for the Democrats," Kaine said on "60 Minutes" Sunday.
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