When Donald Trump announced his presidential bid in June 2015, he promised to build a “great wall” to control Mexican immigration.
He was criticized for saying that Mexico sent the U.S. “criminals” and “rapists."
Trump made a reference to menstruation while criticizing Republican primary debate questions in August from Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.
There was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her — wherever.
A teenager filed his candidacy with the Federal Election Commission as “Deez Nuts” in August 2015.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton had a Kumbaya moment during the first Democratic primary debate in October 2015, when he said the “American people are sick and tired of hearing about [Clinton’s] damn emails.”
Rubio rebuked Trump’s small hands at a March rally, prompting Trump to tell a debate audience there was “no problem” in that area.
Then-Breitbart News reporter Michelle Fields accused Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski of pulling her by the arm after a press conference in March.
He was charged with battery but the charges were later dropped.
Clinton unveiled a coordinated attack on Trump during the first general election debate of 2016 when she referenced his treatment of Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe, who gained weight after she won the crown.
The release of 2005 Trump footage from a hot “Access Hollywood” microphone stirred up the race in October, as it captured Trump talking about groping women without consent and chasing married women.
Soon after the Trump tapes, WikiLeaks started releasing a steady trickle of private emails from top Clinton aide John Podesta.
America fell in love with debate questioner Ken Bone, his red sweater and his thin mustache.