Aug 07, 2015

The Latest: Trump ends with 'We can't do anything right' - SFGate

CLEVELAND (AP) - The Latest on the first Republican debate of the 2016 campaign for president: ___ 10:55 p.m. He opened the GOP debate, and billionaire presidential candidate Donald Trump closed it by promising to fix America. "We can't do anything right," he said, adding that "we don't win anymore" against China, Japan or Mexico on trade. Trump has been criticized for, among other things...

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