"She sold favors and access in exchange for cash."
The statistics for African-Americans under President Obama aren't good at all.
He made the comments during a broader speech at a American Renewal Project 'Pastors and Pews' event in Orlando.
The rule is being considered during a national meeting currently underway.
"Will we have to fight another revolutionary war to secure those rights to worship, think and speak?"
The scene in Philadelphia is much different than it's being portrayed by the major networks.
Will it slow Trump's sudden surge?
Questions about her likability, trustworthiness and honesty still hang over her bid to become America's first woman president.
Networks reporting Bernie Sanders may be involved in Tuesday's Roll Call of States.
The Democratic Party's deep divisions were on full display on a raucous first day of its convention.
The Democrats just gaveled in their national convention.
The Florida congresswoman spoke Monday to what she presumed was a receptive Sunshine State delegation.
The evangelist led a similar prayer prior to the start of last week's Republican National Convention.
His message to Black Lives Matter was particularly powerful.
By most accounts, that's exactly what he did.
Political strategist Julianne Shinto tells Steve Strang what's happening in Cleveland.
"We are spiritually empty, and we are more divided now than we've ever been before."
He says he didn't use a speechwriter for Wednesday night's moving testimonial.
He seems more focused on 2020 than 2016.
One last show of defiance may be planned for Thursday.
The retired military chaplain traveled to Cleveland to act as a surrogate to media at the GOP convention.