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In a September 2, 1987, interview with CNN's Larry King, Donald Trump says he has no interest in being president and explains why he took out an ad ripping the
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Before her tenures as a New York senator and secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton served as first lady — and refused to play merely a supporting role. H
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In 2001, Hillary Clinton began the next chapter of her political career after being elected Senator of New York. Here’s a look at how some of her legislative
'Oprah Show' cameras follow entrepreneur Donald Trump through apartment and office to get a glimpse into his daily life. (Original airdate: February 20, 2009).
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Donald Trump took WSJ's Monica Langley on a tour of his office in the Trump Tower in Manhattan. Among his memorabilia: one of Shaquille O'Neal's sneakers. Pho
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