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Clinton Hits Trump Over 'Brexit' in New Ad
The Clinton campaign has launched a national ad buy.

Hillary Clinton is slamming Donald Trump's response to the so-called Brexit in a new nationwide ad .  

Last week British citizens voted to leave the European Union , resulting in a worldwide shock that rocked financial markets. Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State, is highlighting the likely GOP nominee's response to the vote.  

Grassley: Senate Can Be a Check on Trump's Judges
Senate Judiciary chairman says he's not concerned who would be nominated

Iowa Republican Sen. Charles E. Grassley discussed Trump's comments. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Donald Trump's comments that a federal judge could not be impartial because of his ethnicity shouldn't raise concerns about who Trump would nominate to the federal bench, Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles E. Grassley said.  

Trump said last week that U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel should recuse himself from lawsuits related to Trump University. Trump said he plans to build a wall to prevent undocumented Mexican immigrants from entering the United States and that Curiel had a conflict of interest because he is of Mexican descent.   

Reid: McConnell 'Poster Boy' for GOP 'Spinelessness' Over Trump
The Democratic leader called out his GOP counterpart on the Senate floor

Harry Reid, right, criticized McConnell, left. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is the "poster boy" for Republican "spinelessness" toward Donald Trump, McConnell's Democratic counterpart, Harry Reid, said on Monday.  

Reid's combativeness on the Senate floor amplified Democratic efforts to lash Trump to establishment Republicans squeamish about the businessman's turbulent rise to GOP presidential nomination.  

GOP Senators Criticize Trump's Comments on Judge
Collins, Rubio, Cruz, Ayotte & Sasse condemn Trump's statements

Maine Sen. Susan Collins called Donald Trump's comments on Judge Gonzalo Curiel "absolutely unacceptable." (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Updated: 5:15 p.m.  

Four GOP senators joined a growing list of Republicans calling out Donald Trump for his recent remarks that a judge involved in one of his lawsuits could not be impartial because of his ethnicity.  

Quiz: Can You Tell Whom Trump Is Insulting?
Match the insult to the target

Donald Trump has been generous with his insults lobbed at politicians and the press alike. (Bill Clark/Roll Call file photo)

Being insulted by presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is hardly news anymore.  

Unless, of course, you missed his rhetorical broadsides — leveled against pols, the press or anyone else that’s dared rub him the wrong way — the first time around.  

McConnell Talks Trump on Media Tour
Senate majority leader usually declines to discuss the presidential race

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is touting his new memoir. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is doing something he rarely does: discussing the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, Donald Trump.  

At the Capitol, the Kentucky Republican rarely comments on the race for the White House. But in recent days he has been making the rounds in the media touting his memoir , "The Long Game ," and delving into questions about Trump, his party's bombastic standard-bearer.  

RNC Platform Chairman Predicts Unity at Convention
Sen. John Barrasso was named platform chairman

Wyoming Republican John Barrasso was named the RNC Platform Committee Chairman. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The senator in charge of defining the Republican Party's platform summed it up Tuesday with a new spin on the message of the presumptive nominee: "Make America grow again."  

Sen. John Barrasso is predicting his party will unite, despite the divisive  presumed nominee, business mogul Donald Trump.  

Trump trashes U.S.-U.K. relationship
Trump on British TV: 'It looks like we're not going to have a very good relationship'

In another sign that things might be different under a Donald Trump administration, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has picked a fight with the British prime minister and the mayor of London.  

Yeah, sure — Great Britain has always been one of the United States' closest allies. But that was before David Cameron and Sadiq Khan insulted The Donald.