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Praise from Vladamir Putin has gotten Donald Trump in hot water
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Praise from Vladamir Putin has gotten Donald Trump in hot water

One might think Donald Trump has done all possible to possibly drum up the most attention to Donald Trump's brand as of this point, but never fear, there's always room for what some may see as impossible. Earlier this week,  Trump reportedly received a number of "comments" from none other than Vladamir Putin praising Trump's candidacy for U.S President. The comments, perhaps, have since sparked backlash considering Putin's human rights record is about as legitimate as China's  justice system. In an interview on MSNBC's Morning Joe,  Trump, defended Putin and accepted the compliments and told the morning show that "Even America does its own killing" seemingly defending Putin's heinous record as a human rights offender; murderer of those in which oppose his reign over Russia, and vario...
Bernie Sander’s row with DNC is dramatic
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Bernie Sander’s row with DNC is dramatic

To say the least. Earlier this week, it emerged that Bernie Sander's campaign may have been meddling in an internal Democratic voters base that they shouldn't of been meddling in. According to Fox News,   such access was revoked, but quickly restored -- after the campaign itself threatened to reportedly sue the DNC all together because of the  revoking of their access. Bernie's campaign was first accused earlier this week, after, the database in which held some of Hillary Clinton's voter information was accessed wrongly -- by a number of Sander's campaign staffers. It is unknown what may have actually been done with the information itself. "Clearly, in this case, they are trying to help the Clinton campaign," said Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver. “We have invested enormous campa...
Donald Trump claims nobody really knows anything about Russia
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Donald Trump claims nobody really knows anything about Russia

WARSAW, POLAND -- U.S leader Donald Trump is in Poland, but, not without some interesting fetes of his own. In a press conference with various dignitaries,   Trump, claimed that there was no way anybody could know anything about Russia's meddling in the U.S elections. During the press conference, which was attended by a massive crowd and Poland's own president, Trump touched on a number of different topics.  Including: the fake news media;  Hillary Clinton,  the 2016 Elections, and of course, the Democrats. "I think it was Russia, and it could have been other people in other countries," he said. "Nobody really knows,"  he said during the press conference. Chime in below: Do you think people know that Russia meddled in the U.S election?
Hillary Clinton may have broke the federal false statements act 
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Hillary Clinton may have broke the federal false statements act 

At least according to documents obtained by the Daily News. Sources within the FBI close to Clinton's newly developed email investigation have come forth revealing that she is also being investigated for another issue: breaking disclosure laws while Secretary of State.  Documents show that, for example, in November 2011 Clinton failed to disclose an extra $400,000 in private gifts and jets to her husband from Ericckson. The same company reportedly paid an additional $500,000+ to get the former President to speak at their conference in Hong Kong that month. Now, this is where it gets interesting.  The Federal False Statements Act is a pretty serious law that states as a top diplomat and government official Clinton was lawfully required to disclose any top gifts or financially pr...
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Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails resurface

And this time it could spell doom in several forms for the potential first woman president. According to reports, the some 33,000 emails that were first allegedly deleted from the server weren't actually deleted in the first place -- but only not deleted because of a major flaw in Clinton 's private email server.  In a May interview with the FBI, one of he chief server specialists overseeing the server Paul Combetta reportedly told officials that there was a flaw in how the emails weren't actually deleted. While Bleachbit software was reportedly used to wipe the emails from a Clinton Corporation servers, the same can't be said for any of the live email accounts that were used during the email transfers that secretly took place before the email scandal first broke earlier this year.&n...
The most outrageous lies Hillary Clinton told at last night’s debate
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The most outrageous lies Hillary Clinton told at last night’s debate

Last night in the wonderful and often headache inducing world of the American elections, the third and final presidential debate took place. Facing off for the last time, Donald and Hillary, spent their time squaring off over nasty remarks and plenty of interruptions. But, instead of fact checking Trump this time -- we've take s the liberty of rolling out the black carpet for a Clinton herself. 1. The much discussed Heller case In 2008, Mr. Heller was an elderly police officer that was allowed to bringing his guns into federal buildings and the like in an effort to protect police officers and the like. Although, he wasn't allowed to have them at home.. Lets begin with her thoughts on this case and why she brought it up during the debate. Her answer suggests that she does not ac...
Trump invites Obama’s half brother to Presidential debate
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Trump invites Obama’s half brother to Presidential debate

In what may be one of the shakiest moves of the election yet, Donald Trump, apparently has a surprise guest in store for tonight's debate watchers. According to the Trump campaign, Malik (Obama's half brother) whom is a known Trump supporter is "excited to be at the debate. He'll make America great again". Many are wondering what could possibly come of having flow Malik in from Kenya, whereas, he reportedly spend some much of his time, Several outlets have begun to determine what to watch in the debate a,omg the top picks: Whether or not the candidates will shake hands, the final blows, and what Trump really has up his sleeve with tonight's almost surprising invitation.
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Two women say Donald Trump inappropriately touched them: New York Times

Apparently there's much more to the Donald's sexual harassment saga that the world hadn't quite discovered yet. According to damning details from The New York Times, a woman dating back to the 1980's has come forth revealing that during s first class cabin flight to NYC -- "Donald Trump innapropriately groped me after he lifted my arm rest". The woman, identified as Mrs Leeds, claims that during a 1980's flight to New York City that Trump had reportedly lifted up her arm rest and then proceeded to grope her. The revelations come after Leeds, er, "wanted to punch her television" . The News has once again rattled much debate about Trump's state of mental health and his treatment of women. Clinton has since pounced on the news citing that Trump is further unfit for President and must be...
Donald Trump wants to eliminate most of the federal regulations in America
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Donald Trump wants to eliminate most of the federal regulations in America

Donald Trump is a Presidential candidate of allot of mouth, but little action. In a town-hall meeting in New Hampshire, the Republican Presidential nominee reportedly had tough stuff to say to crowds interested in hearing his take and plan-of-action on federal regulations put into place by the Obama administration. Trump told crowds that he intended to erase at least 70% of the federal regulations currently in place in the United States, which of those 70% he would erase from life in America was one may know it, nobody is quite sure at this time. "We are cutting the regulation at a tremendous clip. I would say 70% of regulations can go," Trump said. "It's just stopping businesses from growing." he continued during his town hall meeting. Trump's advisors denied when asked by The Da...
Trump has a Tweeting problem
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Trump has a Tweeting problem

Donald Trump is apparently a late night tweeter, so much so, that the world has taken notice to some particular tweets that.come out at no later than 3am. First, Trump's Twitter tweets made news after they drew comparisons to Hillary Clinton 's 2008 campaign ad that criticized the thought of a candidate receiving a phone call at 3am. The Washington Post seems to agree. The editorial board took to the web to discuss their own thoughts on Trump and came to the conclusion that he just wasn't and isn't physcologically prepared in any manner to be commander in chief. "His invitation for Americans to go look at a 'sex tape' is beyond bizarre and may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back of his campaign," writes Rubin. "This is plainly a man unhinged, unable to accept his defeat in the ...
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It has been discovered that Hillary Clinton lied about donor access durin 2009 confirmation hearin

Hillary Clinton apparently has more secrets within those e-mails of hers, than, she  actually let on. Accordin to newly released documents unleashed by Judicial Watch,  Clinton apparently lied durin her 2009 confirmation hearin before she was officially named Secretary of State.  Durin the hearin, Clinton had claimed that she wouldn't promise special access to her foundation donors to her persons as Secretary of State -- but e-mails from Huma Abedin proved she did. These new emails confirm that Hillary Clinton abused her office by selling favors to Clinton Foundation donors," Judicial Watch's president Tom Fitton said in a statement. "There needs to be a serious, independent investigation to determine whether Clinton and others broke the law." The crusade per Clinton, comes durin ...
The “Abedin E-mails” trump Clinton ‘s own e-mail scandal
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The “Abedin E-mails” trump Clinton ‘s own e-mail scandal

A new batch of e-mails in Clinton 's e-mail scandal are out, but, they don't actually implicate Clinton herself: rather, Huma Abedin.   In a mass e-mail leak by Judicial Watch, some 725 documents and e-mails directly implicate Huma Abedin in one of the worst scandals to arise out of the e-mail scandal yet. The documents show and confirm that Clinton donors had "special access" to Clinton herself durin her tenure as America's top diplomat. The donors didn't always receive what they wanted, but,  usually did meet with Clinton and her inner circle of  D.C heavy-hitters. The emails show that ... the donors did not always get what they wanted, particularly when they sought anything more than a meeting." But they "illustrate the way the Clintons' international network of friends and donors...
Federal judge orders Clinton to answer more email questions
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Federal judge orders Clinton to answer more email questions

Looks like Hillary Clinton hasn't quite escaped her email scandal just yet. According to newly filed documents by a federal judge, Clinton must once again answer questions largely in regards to her use of a private email server while Secretary of State. The ruling comes largely in part as an official response to a much larger lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch who had hoped to force Clinton to answer questions in person and under oath. Clinton must now in writing respond to their questions by 14 October and has approximately 30 days to do so. Judicial Watch is slightly concerned that the days allotted will allow Clinton the means she needs to push out answering the questions until after the general election.
Trump’s view on deportation “To be determined”
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Trump’s view on deportation “To be determined”

Looks like Donald Trump is turnin a whole bunch around. Accodin to reports, his camp head Kellyann Conway apparently has announced that Donald Trump "will determine" his exact view on deportation before the election headin into the November. The comments from Conway apparently come after Trump had met with leadin hispanic officials that noted that he had inhumane ideas in reference to  transports from other countries like Mexico and beyond. "What he supports is to make sure we enforce the law, that we are respectful of those Americans who are looking for jobs, and that we are fair and humane to those who live among us." In other news, Conway, has since switched positions in reference to the anticipated release of Trump's tax returns. "I've learned since being on the inside that...
Unlike Trump, Mike Pence will release his tax returns
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Unlike Trump, Mike Pence will release his tax returns

In what may be the biggest presidential twist yet, Mike Pence has announced that he will apparently release his tax returns. According to reports, Pence, will release his returns in coming days for a "quick read" "When my forms are filed and when my tax returns are released it’s going to be a quick read," Pence told WABC Radio on Saturday. "The Pences have not become more wealthy as a result of sixteen years in public service. There's been a lot of sacrifices, we're a middle class family, and it’s been a tremendous honor to serve as I am as governor of Indiana, and my years in the Congress, and we'll look forward to making all that information available
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