Donald Trump stops in Chester Township, Pa., Thursday for a rally in the battleground state. Hillary Clinton maintains a lighter schedule heading into the first debate next week.
- Donald Trump faces his first questions over controversies involving his foundation and "birther" comments
- Mike Pence says there's "far too much talk" about racism and policing.
- Trump wants to expand stop-and-frisk policies despite concerns that the policies are racially discriminatory
- Meanwhile, Trump orders a cheese steak from a Philadelphia restaurant with controverisal past
- Hillary Clinton wonders, "Why aren't I 50 points ahead, you might ask?"
House Speaker Paul Ryan can't say whether he'd support Trump on stop-and-frisk
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