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Daily Archives: October 14, 2016

Report: Trump Called Deaf Actress Marlee Matlin ‘Retarded’

Three anonymous Trump staffers have reported that, on several occasions, Donald Trump referred to award-winning actress Marlee Matlin as “retarded.” The Hill reports: Donald Trump repeatedly called a deaf actress “retarded” and mocked her because of her disability, The Daily Beast … Read More

Assange Grudge Against Clinton Shapes US Election

Detractors of Wikileaks fear that Julian Assange’s personal political views regarding a Trump versus a Clinton Presidency is affecting his journalistic integrity. The Hill reports: Between now and Election Day on Nov. 8, WikiLeaks is expected to release more than … Read More

Dem PAC Poll-Tested Attacks on Obama over Father’s Muslim Heritage

The Podesta email archive on Wikileaks has unveiled that, in 2008, a Democratic super PAC was strategizing political attacks against Barack Obama based on his father and childhood. The Hill reports: A Democratic super PAC poll tested several personal attacks … Read More

Trump Told 14-Year-Old Girl He’d Be Dating Her Soon

More scandals about Donald Trump’s alleged sexual misconduct against women are arising, this time with two incidents, each involving a woman who was just a girl at the time. Trump denies the allegations. The Hill reports: A day after scandal erupted over a … Read More

Clinton Submits Answers Under Penalty of Perjury in Email Lawsuit

Hillary Clinton has signed, under oath, that she does not recall creating an email server for any purpose other than one of convenience. The Hill reports: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Thursday submitted written answers under penalty of perjury in a … Read More

Obama Lifts Restrictions on Cuban Rum, Cigars

Americans returning from Cuba can now bring an unlimited amount of Cuban rum and cigars back with them to the States. The Hill reports: The Obama administration on Friday further lifted restrictions on Cuba, announcing that U.S. travelers can now … Read More

Trump Blocked His Campaign from Researching Him: Report

The reason why the allegations are so damaging against Trump is that he allegedly did not allow his campaign staff to vet him beforehand. Had they known, they would have been better prepared to handle the increasing amount of scandals … Read More

Washington Post Endorses Clinton

The Washington Post has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton for President. The Hill reports: The Washington Post’s editorial board endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Thursday morning, arguing that the Democratic nominee is much more than just the “lesser of two … Read More

Judge: Misconduct Complaint Against Christie Can Proceed

Governor Chris Christie may have to go to court over Bridgegate, as a judge has allowed the case to move forward to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. The Hill reports: A judge ruled Thursday that an official misconduct complaint against … Read More

Clinton ‘in Awe’ of First Lady’s Speech

Hillary Clinton praised Michelle Obama for her speech on Thursday, especially for Obama’s comments on the recent Trump allegations. The Hill reports: Hillary Clinton on Thursday praised Michelle Obama after the first lady delivered an emotional speech rebuking Republican presidential … Read More