Lil Wayne fans saw similarities between a line in Clinton's speech and his hit "Sky's the Limit."
Hillary Clinton better court young people and left leaning progressives.
"It's wrong for her and it's wrong for us," former Gov. Ed Rendell (D-Pa.) said.
Interest in the search term climbed 1,150 percent this week.
"Couldn't have said it better!" the former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard wrote.
"It’s like going to your neighbor’s garden party so you can pour acid on the petunias."
"That kind of political status quo has got to go," she said.
Does GOP nominee benefit by staying 'on script?'
"We love Republicans, we love everybody," singer Stephan Jenkins said.
The man incorrectly called Las Vegas Nevada's capital city.
"He's embarrassing his state, frankly," Paul Manafort said.
Pence could duplicate "Indiana Comeback" on national stage, says Indiana Lt. Governor.
Hillary Clinton must bridge the gap between women of different generations to succeed.
Recognizing the political landscape meant moving toward Hillary Clinton.
"He had no defenders anywhere out there," Scarborough said.
Writer Tony Schwartz said Trump's speech was "all doom all the time."
Sheriff David Clarke is wrong when he says we're at war with Black Lives Matter.
Republican rhetoric on poverty hearkens back to Thomas Malthus.
Cruz declined to endorse Trump during a dramatic speech at the GOP convention.
Sanders's campaign will also address supporters on many of his policy priorities.
"He doesn't know what he's going to say," Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said.
"I don't think open carry makes sense anyways," Rep. Pete King said.
"Like my father before me, I have never been involved in politics," Haskel Lookstein says.
"It's amazing how fast the rumors fly," he said.