US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump: “I really eased up because I didn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings.” Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Tycoon complains about ‘unfair questions’ and may refer to Bill Clinton’s affairs in future

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump leave the stage after the first presidential debate at Hofstra University on Monday night. Both could salvage positives from the encounter. Photograph: Timothy A Clary/AFP/Getty Images

Hillary Clinton raises doubts about billionaire’s temperament and message of change

Students pose with a backdrop of US Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and her Republican counterpart Donald Trump at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, on Monday, where they  were due to hold their first televised debate. Photograph: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images

Democrat holds slim lead over Republican rival based on average of opinion polls

The  debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump is expected to set new TV viewership records with some pundits expecting as many as 100 million to tune in. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Nixon V Kennedy, Ford’s Soviet Domination, Reagan quips and famous putdowns feature

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, shakes hands with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the first presidential debate at Hofstra University, Monday, September 26th, 2016, in Hempstead, New York. Photograph: AP Photo/ Evan Vucci

Barbs about taxes, women, Iraq and presidential temperament dominated encounter

Analysis: Democratic nominee rattles billionaire who scores poorly in first presidential test

By the numbers: Electoral College ultimately votes for the US president

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump speak during the first presidential debate, at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. Photograph: Damon Winter/New York Times

Republican candidate’s claims about Barack Obama’s birthplace among contentious exchanges

 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump acknowledges supporters’ cheers during a campaign event at the Berglund Center in Roanoke, Virginia. Photograph: Sara D Davis/Getty Images

Republican nominee’s love of insults might not prove seemly for Hillary Clinton face-off

A CNN vehicle at Hofstra University, viewed through a fence, with  large images of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump plastered on its side. Photograph: Paul J Richards/AFP/Getty Images

Election showdown and test of provocation is expected to draw record viewers

Minister Charlie Flanagan speaking at the UN general assembly in New York on Saturday. Photograph: CharlieFlanagan/Twitter

Minister makes pitch for security council seat in address to UN assembly in New York

Unmarked graves of Irish miners who died who died during the Colorado silver rush of 1877-90

America Letter: Cloud City’s forgotten migratory miners to be commemorated at last

Derry Connolly: “This election is a terrible choice”

Six Irish-born US residents explain why they will vote for the billionaire businessman and reality TV star, despite his anti-immi(...)

Hillary Clinton and Zach Galifianakis: “What happens if you become pregnant? Are we going to be stuck with Tim Kaine for nine months?” Galifianakis asked the Democratic candidate. Photograph: Funny or Die

Democrat’s support among young voters, a key part of the Obama coalition, has slumped

Police officers face off with protesters following the death of a man shot by a police officer  in Charlotte. Photograph: Sean Rayford/Getty Images

Deaths of black men in Charlotte and Tulsa renew heated debate on use of police force

Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, speaking in Toledo, Ohio,  on Wednesday. Photograph: Eric Thayer/The New York Times

Republican rejects report he used $258,000 from his charity to settle business disputes

Bono appeared in an interview with Charlie Rose on US network CBS

U2 front man says Republican is ‘potentially the worst idea that ever happened to US’

Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan: “I regret that it is outside of the control of the Irish Government that the reception of refugees on our part is lower than anticipated, lower than we would like.” Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Minister reiterates commitment to taking in 4,000 people fleeing Middle East war

European Commission vice-president Kristalina Georgieva with Unicef Ireland Natcom youth delegates Natasha Maimba and Minahil Sarfraz. Photograph: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Unicef

Pupils living happily in the Irish midlands wanted to tell their stories in New York

 Frances Fitzgerald addresses the United Nations Summit for Refugees and Migrants, in the Trusteeship Council Chamber of the United Nations. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP

Tánaiste says 870 people will be resettled in Ireland by the end of the year

US police officers place a man they identified as Ahmad Khan Rahami in an ambulance in Linden, New Jersey. Photograph: Anthony Genaro/Reuters

Naturalised Afghan citizen Ahmad Khan Rahami (28) arrested in New Jersey

An Oxfam worker holds lifejackets  collected from the beaches of Chios, Greece and used by adults and children. They are on display at the Brooklyn Bridge park ahead of the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants in New York on Monday. Photograph: Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty Images

Meeting of 193 UN member states in New York will address global refugee crisis

FBI agents  after the explosion on West 23rd Street in New York’s Chelsea neighbourhood. Photograph: Louis Lanzano/The New York Times

Pipe bomb goes off in New Jersey and nine people stabbed in Minnesota in US attacks

 Police, firefighters and emergency workers  at the scene of the explosion in Manhattan. Photograph: Getty

All injured released from hospital; pressure cooker bomb found near blast site examined

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives to speak to supporters at a rally  in Asheville, North Carolina. Photograph:  Brian Blanco/Getty Images

Republican fleshes out his pledges with economic plan to convince his electoral base

President Barack Obama:  “I was pretty confident about where I was born,” he said. “I think most people were as well.”Photograph: the New York Times

Republican acknowledges president was born in US and offers new Clinton falsehood

Donald Trump on ‘The Dr Oz Show’: billionaire said when he speaks “in front of 15,000 people and I’m up there using a lot of motion, I guess in its own way it’s a pretty healthy act”. Photograph:   Sony Pictures Television/Reuters

Clinton returns to campaign trail after three days off with speech on family leave

Former   secretary of state Colin Powell with  Hillary Clinton in 2014: In emails published online on Wednesday he called Mrs Clinton “greedy, not transformational” and Donald Trump “a national disgrace” and “international pariah,” and said that Bill Clinton, a president he worked for, was “still d***ing bimbos at home,” referring to his past extramarital dalliances. Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Former secretary of state opens up on candidates in hacked emails ‘linked to Russian intelligence’

Lara Trump, daughter-in-law of US presidential candidate Donald Trump, attends the opening of the Republican National Committee’s “victory office” in south Charlotte, North Carolina, on Wednesday. Photograph: Simon Carswell

Businessman embarks on fresh push to close historic poll deficit with key Republican bloc

Colin Powell: the former secretary of state and retired four-star general called Donald Trump a “national disgrace” and “international pariah” in a leaked email. Photograph: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images

Hillary Clinton’s bout of pneumonia turns spotlight on health of both candidates

Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, speaks during a campaign event at the Seven Flags Event Center in Clive, Iowa. Photograph:  Damon Winter/The New York Times

Republican’s failure to disclose tax returns and Democrat’s illness cover-up scrutinised

 Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a campaign event   in Asheville,  north Carolina:  Hillary Clinton may have expressed regret for calling half of those  backing her  rival  “a basket of deplorables . . . the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic”, but neither Trump  or his fans will be forgetting her remarks any time soon. Photograph: Damon Winter/The New York Times

Republican fires at Democrat using gaffe to draw support in critical swing state

 Democratic presidential nominee  Hillary Clinton leaves the home of her daughter Chelsea  on Sunday. She had  left a September 11th commemoration ceremony early after feeling overheated and went to her daughter’s house to rest. Photograph:  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Democratic candidate’s pneumonia makes her health more than a fringe-media concern

Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire:  diplomatic push.  Photograph: Mark Marlow/PA

No plans for ‘hard borders’ following Brexit vote, NI Secretary reassures US politicians

Trump needs big swing-state victories to narrow Clinton’s lead in electoral votes

The Flight 93 memorial, overlooking a granite path that marks the plane’s final course in Pennsylvania, US. Photograph: Simon Carswell

9/11 crash site museum captures the plane’s final moments in wrenching detail

Barack Obama drinks from a coconut in Laos as the first visit by a US president to the southeast Asian country continued on Wednesday. He faced criticism in the US over payments to Iran. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Donald Trump accuses US president of lying about ‘ransom’ paid to Tehran for prisoners

Hillary Clinton aboard her campaign plane yesterday. After polling strongly following the Democratic convention, the nominee is falling behind Donald Trump in some polls. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Republican narrows Democrat’s advantage but electoral college still shading a blue hue

Trump’s people: Leslie Rossi and her Donald Trump cut-out at the Trump House in Youngstown, Pennsylvania. Photograph: Simon Carswell

Blue-collar workers in western Pennsylvania have seen their fortunes decline sharply. They want Donald Trump to become president. (...)

John DeGioia, president of Georgetown University, announces a series of steps to atone for institution’s sale of 272 slaves in 1838, at the school in Washington. Photograph: Gabriella Demczuk/the New York Times

Washington college to strip names of Irish-American Jesuits from two buildings

FBI investigators said Hillary Clinton used 13 mobile devices during her four-year stint at the state department but her lawyers told them that they were unable to locate any of them. Photograph: Ty Wright/Bloomberg

Documents provide more damaging material for Donald Trump

Donald Trump greets members of the American Legion after speaking  at its convention  in Cincinnati on Thursday. He said if elected he would be “uncompromising” in defence of the US. Photograph: Ty Wright/Bloomberg

Republican nominee thinks he can win US presidential election with only white voters

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump unveils his 10-point plan to crack down on illegal immigration. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Republican says illegal immigrants living in US must return home and apply for re-entry

Donald Trump and Mexico’s president Enrique Peña Nieto during a meeting in Mexico City on Wednesday. Photograph: Henry Romero/Reuters

Mexican president disputes claim that payment for wall was not discussed at meeting

Donald Trump: has accused Hillary Clinton of operating a “pay-to-play” scheme through the Clinton Foundation by offering access to wealthy foreign donors to her family’s charity when she was working at the state department. Photograph:  Ruth Fremson/The New York Times

Republican regains ground on Democrat over lingering email scandal and charity ties

Leading US politicians have criticised the European Commission’s order that Apple pay billions in back taxes to Ireland. File photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Treasury secretary says the tax order ‘undermines economic co-operation’

US Republican candidate Donald Trump will travel to Mexico City later on Wednesday to meet Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

Republican candidate has made derogatory remarks about the country during campaign

White House spokesman Josh Earnest speaks about the Apple ruling during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, the US. Photograph: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

Firm says it is experiencing unfair treatment after being told to pay €13bn to Government

 Anthony Weiner and his wife Huma Abedin a July 2013 photograph. “After long and painful consideration and work on my marriage, I have made the decision to separate from my husband,” Ms Abedin said in a statement. Photograph: Eric Thayer/Reuters

Huma Abedin announces she is leaving Anthony Weiner after more lewd selfies surface

Political consultant Thomas ‘Tad’ Devine, who was Bernie Sanders’s chief strategist and who also advised Bertie Ahern. Photograph: Joshua Yospyn/ Washington Post/Getty Images

Ahead of his visit to Ireland, Tad Devine explains why the Vermont senator lost to Clinton

Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally  in Reno, Nevada: “From the start, Donald Trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia.” Photograph: Aaron P Bernstein/Reuters

Racially loaded accusations dominate presidential race as Clinton goes for jugular

Apple in Cork: the US government escalated the dispute this week over what Washington sees as the unfair targeting of American multinationals and their tax arrangements with individual EU members states. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Obama administration escalates transatlantic dispute with warning of retaliation

 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump: He said he was open to “softening” his immigration policies, but said that there would be “no citizenship” for undocumented immigrants. Photograph: Jonathan Bachman/Getty

Clinton dismisses policy shift as part of Republican nominee’s ‘shuffle’ to the middle

Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump, left, listens to Ukip leader Nigel Farage speak during a campaign rally in Jackson, Mississippi. Photograph: Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images

Anti-EU politician draws parallels between campaigns at Republican’s rally

A sign supporting Donald Trump in Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania: his support among older, patriotic, less-educated, white lower-class voters gives Trump a strong base in the rural parts of the state. Photograph: Mark Makela/Getty Images

Tycoon hopes to win disaffected Democrats from Hillary Clinton across crucial state

Nigel Farage (right), former leader of the UK Independence Party,  has said that he will speak at a rally for US Republican presidential candidate  Donald Trump in Mississippi on Wednesday night. Photographs: AFP/Getty Images.

UKIP politician may address fans of ‘Mr Brexit’ on lessons from UK referendum

Apple’s use of Irish companies to shield tens of millions of dollars of overseas profit away from high US corporate tax rates was sharply criticised by a Senate panel three years ago in Washington, prompting the EU investigation into alleged illicit subsidies. A ruling on the investigation into Apple’s Irish tax arrangements is expected soon. Photograph: Michael MacSweeney

Tax inquiries into US firms may have ‘chilling effect’ on US-EU investment

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event in Dimondale, Michigan. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

Tycoon leaves it until very close to polling day to start talking directly to African-Americans

Denis O’Brien and his mobile firm Digicel are among 17 donors to donate between $10 million and $25 million. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

Businessman and his mobile firm have donated between $10 million and $25 million

Donald Trump arrives  at a campaign rally in Fredericksburg, Virginia: his newly appointed campaign manager Kellyanne Conway appeared to suggest on CNN on Sunday that the Republican nominee may be willing to back down on one of his most radical immigration proposals. Photograph: Al Drago/The New York Times

Republican rejects suggestion ‘fair’ plan for undocumented migrants is shift in policy

Former president Bill Clinton walks on stage at a Clinton Global Initiative event in New York in  2010. The Clinton Foundation become an Achilles’ heel for Hillary’s presidential campaign. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Trump wants foundation shut down over claims Democrat sold access to government

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Republican US vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence speak with flood victims outside Greenwell Springs Baptist Church in Central, Louisiana, US August 19th, 2016. Photograph: Jonathan Bachman/Reuters

Republican nominee’s ‘extreme vetting’ proposal evokes Cold War ideological filters

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump expressed regret for some of the caustic comments he has made during his campaign. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

In rare moment of contrition, Republican says he sometimes said ‘the wrong thing’

An advertisement campaigning against  Republican presidential candidiate Donald Trump  plays on a media bus in Charlotte, North Carolina, US, August 17th, 2016. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

Republican’s own words used in ads to undermine him - and they have hit the mark

Donald Trump and Republican  vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence speak with flood victims outside Greenwell Springs Baptist Church in  Louisiana. Photograph: Jonathan Bachman/Reuters

Tycoon offers regret in North Carolina and help in flooded Louisiana

Paul Manafortwill remain chairman and chief strategist of Donald Trump’s team. Photographs: New York Times/Bloomberg

Republican nominee recruits executive chairman of conservative website Breitbart

Donald Trump: Urged law enforcement officials and his own supporters to monitor polling stations for electoral fraud. Photograph: New York Times

Divisive White House hopeful’s warnings lay ground to query legitimacy of poll result

Roger Ailes left Fox News after an internal investigation was launched into allegations he sexually harassed female employees. Photograph: Angel Franco/The New York Times

‘New York Times’ reports Roger Ailes is helping Republican prepare for debates

Paul Manafort: the New York Times said an examination of the activities of Manafort shows how he benefited from powerful interests in Ukraine that are now under scrutiny. Photograph: Eric Thayer/The New York Times

Campaign chairman dismisses Ukrainian cash payments report as ‘nonsensical’

 Donald Trump: poll-tracking website Real Clear Politics puts Clinton’s lead at almost seven points, 48 per cent to 41 per cent. Photograph: Evan Vucci/AP Photo

Upper hand Republican candidate enjoyed over Hillary Clinton has disappeared

Hillary Clinton celebrates with husband Bill Clinton, running mate Tim Kaine and son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky (left) at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty

Democrat issues call to unity as US faces ‘a moment of reckoning’ in November

Khizr Khan, father of deceased Muslim US soldier Humayun Khan, holds up a booklet of the US constitution as he offers to lend it to Donald Trump. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Father of dead Muslin soldiers tells Trump he has sacrificed nothing

Hillary Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination for the presidential election in November during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Photograph: Gary Cameron/ Reuters

This week’s Democratic convention showed the extent of antipathy towards Hillary Clinton inside and outside the party. Can she mak(...)

‘We will not build a wall,’ said Hillary Clinton. ‘Instead, we will build an economy where everyone who wants a good paying job can get one.’ Photograph: J Scott Applewhite/AP

Democrat makes history by accepting nomination to take on Trump in November

US president Barack Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton embrace on stage at  the Democratic National Convention  in Philadelphia. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

America’s first couple present most compelling reasons to vote against the Republican

US vice-presient Joe Biden: “How can there be pleasure in telling someone, ‘you’re fired?’ He’s trying to tell us he cares about the middle class? Give me a break! That’s a bunch of malarkey!” Photograph: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images

Jokin’ Joe Biden tells Philadelphia he thinks Trump’s malarkey needs to be fired, pronto

US President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appear onstage together after Obama’s speech on the third night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photograph: Mark Kauzlarich/Reuters

President urges voters to rally behind Clinton as hopeful alternative to Trump’s dystopia

The Clintons, who played an instrumental role in the Northern Ireland peace process during Bill Clinton’s presidency in the mid-1990s, have kept a close eye on Brexit’s effect on Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

Top source says presidential hopeful keen to get into talks with British PM and Taoiseach

Frances Fitzgerald: Said she was concerned about use of language that is “overly racist and does down women” but said the Government would be respectful of the US election process.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

Fine Gael TD criticises Republican nominee on visit to Democratic convention in US

Former US president Bill Clinton speaks on the second night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photograph: Reuters

Bill Clinton’s personal testimonial to his wife starts a process to soften an unpopular image

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a press conference at Trump National Doral on Wednesday in Doral, Florida where he spoke about the Democratic Convention and appeared to call on Russia to find Hillary Clinton’s deleted e-mails. Photograph: Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images

Comments by Republican nominee prompt claims that he is urging foreign power to cyber-spy on political rival

Larry Sanders casts a vote for his younger brother Senator Bernie Sanders during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday. Photograph: Gary Cameron/Reuters

Larry Sanders steals the show with vote for brother Bernie as celebs bash the Donald

Democratic US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appears on a video monitor streamed live from New York at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US July 26th, 2016. Photograoh: Mark Kauzlarich/Reuters

First woman to lead major party into US election puts ‘biggest crack in glass ceiling’

US vice-president Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday. “They did more to change the attitude in the party than anything that has happened in a long, long time,” he said of Bernie Sanders’s supporters. “It’s all for the better.” Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

US vice-president Joe Biden says convention tensions are typical among losing supporters

Senator Al Franken and actor Sarah Silverman  during the first day of the Democratic National Convention  in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Philadelphia, the city of sibling devotion, faced with internal Democratic party tension

Vermont Senator and former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders addresses the Democratic National Convention  in Philadelphia. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Party disunity overshadows Democratic convention as Bernie fans boo their own man

First lady of the United States, Michelle Obama speaks on the first day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Centre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 25th July 2016. Photograph: Andrew Gombert/EPA

On day of party tensions, US first lady makes deeply personal plea to unite behind Clinton

A prize wheel at the Republicans’ base in Philadelphia taking entitled “Hillary Clinton’s Rigged System”.

Colbert pokes fun at Clinton over emails scandal as Republicans play in Philadelphia

Hillary Clinton at a campaign event in Tampa, Florida. The Clinton camp has blamed the leak of Democratic party emails on ‘Russian state actors’. File photograph: Ruth Fremson/The New York Times

Republicans reject claims of help from Moscow as FBI examines emails leak

Democratic party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz: announced on Sunday that she would stand down as chairwoman of the DNC at the end of the convention following emails scandal. Photograph: Matt Slocum/AP

Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz bears brunt of Sanders supporters’ anger

Democratic national committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who is to resign,  speaking at a Clinton rally in Miami on Saturday. Photograph: Scott Audette/Reuters

Wasserman Schultz resigns from Democratic national committee chair

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and running mate US senator Tim Kaine arrive for a campaign rally at Florida International University in Miami on Saturday. Photograph:   Gaston De Cardenas/AFP/Getty Images

Profile: Virginia senator covers key gaps in Democratic presidential candidate’s ticket

 US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and US senator Tim Kaine of Virginia during a campaign rally  in Annandale, Virginia. File photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Democratic presidential candidate picks Irish-American senator for White House bid

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaking at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, the US. Photograph: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

Billionaire has capitalised on the conservative movement’s ‘us versus them’ division

David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan: “I’m overjoyed to see Donald Trump and most Americans embrace most of the issues that I’ve championed for years.” Photograph:  Gustau Nacarino/Reuters/File Photo

Trump struggles saying LGBTQ but enjoys sound of his voice so much he talks for 76 minutes

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses delegates at the end of the last day of the Republican National Convention  in Cleveland, Ohio. Photograph:   Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images

If Billionaire Donald Trump to is take over the White House the reality-TV star faces a big challenge: winning over record numbers(...)

Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Photograph: AP

Republican presidential nominee reiterates pledge to build anti-immigration wall

Democratic US  presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders embrace during a campaign rally where Sanders endorsed Clinton in Portsmouth, New Hampshire,  last month. Photograph: Mary Schwalm/Reuters

Unity will the theme and Donald Trump the target at the party’s convention next week

Donald Trump: he said that as president he would come to the aid of Baltic states if they were attacked by Moscow only after reviewing whether those countries “have fulfilled their obligation to us”.

Republican candidate says he may not automatically defend military allies if attacked

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence after his speech at the Republican convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Photograph: AFP Photo/Timothy A Clary

Republican campaign language breaks even more new ground

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