During a Republican primary debate in 2015 at the Reagan library in Simi Valley, Trump said he was "totally in favor of vaccines," but said autism had become an epidemic. He claimed a 2-year-old child of one of his employees became autistic just after receiving an immunization. "I want smaller doses over a longer period of time," he said. 3:15 p.m.: This story was updated with comment from a Trump spokeswoman.
John Oliver Is Educating Trump on Major Issues With D.C. Ad Buy During Morning Cable News Shows
John Oliver Is Educating Trump on Major Issues With D.C. Ad Buy During Morning Cable News Shows. First spot, about the nuclear triad, aired Monday morning on all three cable news shows, between 8:30 am & 9 am. The spot is a send-up of Medical Direct Club’s "Catheter Cowboy" spot, which also runs on cable news. Oliver’s faux ad offers some information about the nuclear triad to Trump, who flubbed a question about the topic during a Republican primary debate in December 2015.
A bill before the Colorado General Assembly setting new criteria for election watchers is starting a fierce debate in the state. Senate Bill 17-138, which is being promoted by Republicans, changes t
Melania Trump, wife of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, stands on stage following the Republican presidential debate at St. Anselm College February 6, 2016 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Sponsored by ABC News and the Independent Journal Review, this is the final televised debate before voters go to the polls for the New Hampshire primary on February 9.