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Gingrich: ‘I can think of 20 other people’ better suited for secretary of state than Romney

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich expressed skepticism Tuesday at reports that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was the frontrunner to be President-elect Donald Trump’s secretary of state.  “I can think of 20 other people who would be more naturally compatible with the Trump vision of foreign policy,” Gingrich told Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Gingrich

Carl Icahn: I’m still with Trump; ‘salacious’ talk happens everywhere

Amid an exodus of other high-profile supporters, Donald Trump is keeping one key ally in his corner. Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said Monday he is holding ranks with the Republican presidential nominee, despite revelations in recent days that Trump made more disparaging comments about women in the past. “Over my years I’ve listened to a

DC Leaks Website crashes after publishing Clinton associate files

Rudy Takala, The secret-leaking website DCLeaks went down on Wednesday evening, shortly after posting documents it says were obtained by hacking a key aide to Hillary Clinton at the State Department. The files included emails from Capricia Penavic Marshall, whose 2009-13 tenure as chief of protocol at the department overlapped with Clinton’s time as secretary

Kaine makes Clinton campaign debut amid backlash from the left

Hillary Clinton and running mate Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine kicked off their first official campaign appearance together Saturday by pitching themselves as the polar opposite of Republican nominee Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence. Wasting no time targeting Trump, Kaine asked the Miami crowd, “Do you want a ‘you’re fired’ president or a