NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Donald Trump says he's going to make a decision once and for all about whether he'll mount a third party bid if he loses the Republican nomination for president.
Trump told reporters following a speech in Nashville Saturday that he's going to make a decision "very soon."
He says he thinks the decision will make a lot of people "very happy."
Trump has so far refused to pledge to support the eventual Republican nominee. He says it gives him leverage.
But his hands are largely tied: He'll have to sign a pledge to do so if he wants to appear on the ballot in South Carolina and potentially several other states.
Trump was courting tea party voters at a conference hosted by the National Federation of Republican Assemblies.
Bannon was a key adviser to President Donald Trump's general election campaign and has been a forceful but contentious presence in a divided White House.
A Dubuque restaurant closed its doors suddenly this week, signaling the end after more than 20 years.
Police haven't said if they know where the money came from or who passed it.
This year's Iowa State Fair set an attendance record, with more than 1.13 million people visiting the 11-day event in Des Moines.
I literally dropped and hit the ground. That's how one Vietnam veteran described his 4th of July, to the Cedar falls City Council last night.
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