Sarandon said an indictment over Clinton's email server is "inevitable."
"Small audience, low ratings! I hear Mika has gone wild with hate. Joe is Joe."
Trump’s campaign has repeatedly denied press credentials for the reporter, a report said.
"Mark Cuban really isn't a consideration," Katrina Pierson said.
"He's regressing as a political candidate," the MSNBC host said.
The AP reviewed multiple emails surrounding her visits to several college campuses.
Just 24 percent, for example, believe Trump would build a border wall.
"He is trying to scam America the way he scammed all those people."
"You can't just diss everybody who supports Hillary," she said.
"Accept the will of the American people," Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) said.
"If she could go back, she'd do it differently," campaign chairman John Podesta said.
David Cameron congratulates Trump on emerging as the de facto GOP nominee.
Some want Clinton to pick Elizabeth Warren as her running mate.
Clinton has 45 percent support to Trump's 42 percent.
The incident is the second involving agents protecting Sanders this week.
"This turns people off," Fred Malek said of Trump's attacks on other Republicans.
At least 144,000 voters have been expelled in Ohio's three largest counties.
"As a country, this is not how we want to stand out," she said.
The senator called Trump "one of the greatest fear-mongers" in U.S. history.
Jane Sanders says her husband has "transformed the Democratic Party."
“I’ve spoken at every convention since 1996. Nobody listens; nobody covers it."
He slammed Holder's "truly outrageous" comments about Edward Snowden.
"If he brings in new followers, that's great," McConnell said.
McConnell said that America's political machinery prevents "big mistakes."