Maine Gov. Paul LePage left a state representative a profanity-laced voicemail — and then told the press about it.
The presidential nominee says he would be willing to release more detailed reports if Hillary Clinton does the same.
The allegations surfaced hours after news broke that Trump campaign CEO Stephen K. Bannon had been previously charged for domestic violence.
Here's a question for moral philosophers: Is it more immoral to be a bigot or to pretend to be bigot?
The court ruled the laws weren't imposing an undue burden on voters.