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Daily Archives: May 14, 2016

WaPo: Trump Hung up When Asked About Spokesman

The Washington Post reported on Friday that Donald Trump hung up the phone during an interview after the newspaper asked him about a mysterious alter ego that Trump used to act as his own spokesperson in the past. The Hill reports: Post … Read More

Judge Finds Sheriff Arpaio in Contempt in Racial Profiling Case

Racist Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his top aids were held in contempt of court on Friday after they disobeyed court orders in his racial profiling case. The Hill reports: Arpaio, who is known for his hardline stance against … Read More

House Panel to Hold Impeachment Hearings for IRS Head

The House Judiciary Committee is now considering impeaching IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in upcoming hearings. The Hill reports: The committee will look at Koskinen’s alleged misconduct relating to Congress’s investigation into the IRS’s targeting of political groups. “Despite repeated congressional efforts … Read More

Facebook Scrambles to Contain Fallout

Facebook is struggling to contain the fallout of a Gizmodo report suggested that the company was suppressing conservative news. “To serve our diverse community, we are committed to building a platform for all ideas,” Zuckerberg said in post addressing the issue … Read More

Ivanka Trump: My Father Has ‘Elevated’ Political Dialogue

Ivanka Trump said on Friday that her father had worked to “elevate” politics. “He’s honest,” she said at a Forbes magazine event, according to The Telegraph. “With him, what you see is what you get. Even if you don’t like … Read More

Nader: Clinton winning by ‘dictatorship’

Ralph Nader said Hillary Clinton is “going to win by dictatorship” when it comes to securing the Democratic nomination. “Twenty-five percent of superdelegates are cronies, mostly. They weren’t elected,” Nader, an activist and former Green Party presidential candidate, told U.S. … Read More