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Donald Trump forcefully defended his hair and attacked the New York Times for a front-page report on his adversarial relationship with Spanish-language media during a rally in South Carolina on Thursday.









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Years after candidate Barack Obama declared "America failed the people of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast" he returned to the city to hail the recovery.









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In 2005, Kanye West attacked President George W. Bush over the government's response to Hurricane Katrina.









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First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.









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The rally in Washington, D.C. is tentatively set for September 9.









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"America needs a President that can re-energize our nation and recapture our greatness - Jeb Bush is that man," said the former House Majority Leader.









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If you can't beat 'em, ask 'em to join you!









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President Obama visits residents of the Treme neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana, 10 years after the area was hit by Hurricane Katrina.









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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump covers a range of topics Thursday in Greenville, South Carolina.









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CNN will average national polls dating back to July 16, a time when Fiorina struggled to gain traction.









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Presidential candidate Donald Trump invites a woman in Greenville, S.C., up to the stage to confirm that he does not wear a hairpiece.









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Clinton has long attacked Republicans on women's issues, but her language Thursday is already coming under fire from Republicans.









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"These are serious and legitimate questions and Hillary Clinton and her lawyers will have to answer them," said Martin O'Malley.









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Hillary Clinton's remarks in Cleveland, Ohio, are interrupted by a group of people reported to be affiliated with the group Black Lives Matter.









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Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton criticizes a few of the Republican presidential candidates Thursday in Cleveland, Ohio.









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The 2016 presidential candidates want you - to see their ads everywhere.









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The term "anchor baby" has been used a lot by the GOP field recently, particularly Jeb Bush. NBC News' Carrie Dann breaks down the term and the numbers behind it.









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Asked if she wiped her personal server before handing it over to investigators, Clinton responded "Like, with a cloth or something?"









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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a campaign event in Greenville, S.C.









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Hillary Clinton appears in Cleveland for a campaign event.









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