Donald Trump Says He's Freed From The Shackles Of The Republican Party

GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump says he's been freed from the shackles of the Republican Party. He tweeted, " It is so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to."

Trump lashed out on Twitter after House Speaker Republican Paul Ryan said he would no longer support Trump after a video surfaced exposing Trump making lewd sexual comments about women in 2005. Trump also tweeted "Disloyal R's are far more difficult than Crooked Hillary. They come at you from all sides. They don't know how to win -- I will teach them!"

"With the exception of cheating Bernie out of the nom the Dems have always proven to be far more loyal to each other than the Republicans!"

Paul Ryan Says He Will No Longer Campaign For Donald Trump

Paul Ryan says he will no longer support GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. The House Speaker told colleagues on a conference call he will instead focus on maintaining his party's majority in Congress.

Trump took to Twitter soon after the announcement. He tweeted, "Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee" 

Ryan's decision comes a few days after a released video revealed Trump made lewd and obscene comments about women in 2005. During Sunday's debate Trump described his comments as "locker-room talk."

Poll: Who Won The 2nd Presidential Debate?

Who Won Tonight's Presidential Debate?
Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton
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Tonight was the second of three presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. This second debate covered topics from the economy, race relations, and trade deals as well as other controversial topics. Let us know who you thought won tonight's debate and do you think it will change some of the poll results?

Here are some of the recent poll results including some swing state polls...

The NBC/WSJ/Marist poll shows Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump by 3 points In Florida  but for the Reuters poll the candidates are tied at 39 percent.

According to the Des Moines Register Donald Trump is ahead of Hillary In Iowa, 43 to 39

In the general polls, The Economist/YouGov poll has Hillary Clinton up 48 to 43 while the LA Times/USC Tracking poll has Trump up 46 to 43.


Poll: Who Won Tonight's Vice Presidential Debate?

Respond to our poll below to let us know who you think won the first vice president debate.

Who Won Tonight's Vice Presidential Debate?
Mike Pence
Tim Kaine
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Governor of Indiana Mike Pence and Junior Senator from Virginia Tim Kaine faced off Tuesday night in the first Vice Presidential debate. CBS News correspondent and CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano moderated the 90-minute debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.

The debate was divided into 9 timed segments of about 10 minutes each touching on subjects from the economy to foreign policy.

Recent polls have Hillary Clinton getting a small bump after the first presidential debate. Was Tim Kaine's performance enough to help expand on the current lead for Clinton? Or did the debating of Mike Pence give Donald Trump a bump in the up and coming polls? Time will tell but you have a chance to give us your opinion by voting in our poll above. 

New York Orders Trump Foundation To Stop Fundraising

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman orders the Trump Foundation to stop fundraising in the state. Schneiderman says the Donald J. Trump foundation broke state law by soliciting more than 25 thousand dollars from the public without properly registering. New York requires charities to conduct annual audits.

The Trump Foundation released a statement questioning Schneiderman's motives as a Democrat and Hillary Clinton supporter. The Trump Foundation plans to fully cooperate with the investigation.