President Obama says Donald Trump has no evidence to back up his complaints about the election.
- Obama says Trump should set aside his complaints about a rigged election.
- Hillary Clinton's email problem emerges again in allegations of a State Department, FBI quid pro quo.
- Mike Pence calls firebombing in North Carolina 'political terrorism.'
- Melania Trump: "Yes, of course" the media and the Clintons worked together against her husband.
- Billy Bush is officially out at NBC after taped sex talk with Trump.
Donald Trump proposed congressional term limits Tuesday as part of an ethics package meant to highlight his accusations that Hillary Clinton is corrupt and beholden to special interests.
Trump did not specify the length of the limits during a speech here. But he promised that, if elected, he would advocate for a constitutional amendment to establish them.
“We have to break the cycle of corruption, and we have to give new voices to change,” Trump said.
Trump’s outsider status — and willingness to take on opponents in both political parties — remains his biggest selling point among many supporters.
"Washington, D.C., is a toilet that needs to be flushed," said Don Waite, a 70-year-old retired real estate from Cripple Creek, Colo., who attended Tuesday's rally.
"I don't see Hillary Clinton flushing that toilet. She's part of it."
Trump repeated his accusations that Clinton's corruption has been worse than Watergate.
“It is indeed time to drain the swamp in Washington,” he said at the rally.
The ethics package, largely unveiled Monday night, also includes new five-year bans on lobbying for former government officials, members of Congress and their staffs. It would also ban lobbyists from foreign governments from raising money in U.S. elections and expand the definition of lobbyists to include “consultants and advisors, when we all know that really what they are is lobbyists.”