The Florida Democrat was co-chairman of the congressional 9/11 commission.
"I would tell them to be very careful at how they frame this, very careful of their rhetoric."
"You just can’t talk your way out of it, unfortunately, for those that have high negatives."
"I think it's going to be a close contest going into the next 60 days," he said.
Manafort predicted Cruz would "probably finish third" in most states on Tuesday.
“I have no idea in what context Rosario is talking about."
“It is a totally regressive tax," Sanders said on "Meet the Press."
Clinton holds a large margin just a few days out from the state's primary.
Clinton leads Sanders by 8 points in Pennsylvania days ahead of the primary.
Gen. Michael Flynn contradicted the GOP candidate.
The pages are speculated to link the Saudi government to the 9/11 attacks.
The billionaire didn't write off a Clinton presidency as the best option in 2016.
"We think that tone matters and being presidential, it does matter," Priebus said.
"You know, I can't snap my finger and tell people what to do."
"What we're trying to do is build alliances to make the country better," he said.
"There's almost no one that you can ask that doesn't acknowledge that."
"I think we want to win without having to do that.”
"I was talking about rallies versus some other setting."
Cruz and Kasich are nearly tied for second.
Trump's lead in Pennsylvania is 23 points.
Clinton's campaign chair said he thinks she can have "a really, really good day" Tuesday.
“I have never been more worried about the Republican Party breaking apart than I am today.”
Sanders said voter turnout among low-income people has hurt him in primaries.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the two party’s presidential front-runners, secured wins in this...