He said his 2003 interview with Trump "could have left you with a different impression."
"Cruelty never made anyone a winner," she said.
"We've got to address systemic racism in our criminal justice system," she said.
Carter Page called the accusations "complete garbage."
Obama said the museum could put recent police shootings in Charlotte and Tulsa in context.
"It feels like heaven," Kellyanne Conway tweeted.
Eighteen percent said the same of Hillary Clinton.
Obama has pledged to veto the bill, but Clinton's campaign said she would sign it.
Seven in 10 voters say health is "very important" for determining a good president.
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"Everything she touches turns bad," he said.
"In my view, it's not a hard question," she added.
"Both are proven liars," he says.
Trump also asked why Hillary Clinton hasn't achieved her promises in "her last 30 years."
Stein is not included in Monday night's contest.
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"Disappointment does not begin to describe," he wrote.
She said if Cruz were her man, he would be "sleeping on the damn couch."
Cruz's backing may come as early as Friday, Politico reported.
Gov. L. Douglas Wilder made U.S. history with his election in 1990.
Trump urged Holt not to copy Candy Crowley's moderating approach from 2012.
"There’s something going on that a lot of people are trying to figure out.”
“It’s a terrible thing we’re witnessing. Something’s going on that’s bad."
“She got tripped up quite a bit,” said campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.