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Clinton attack on Trump featuring Miss Universe was months in the making

The Clinton campaign’s recent attacks on Donald Trump for his comments about a beauty queen’s weight problems were months in the making, according to an opposition research report uncovered in emails released by WikiLeaks on Sunday. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton invoked those comments during the first presidential debate on Sept. 26. Near the end

Former Miss Teen Slams Media Against Trump: He Was “An Absolute Gentleman”

Paul Joseph Watson, “I’m sure that none of my interview will make the news” Former Miss Nebraska Teen contest winner Natasha Rickley has slammed the media witch hunt against Donald Trump, revealing that ABC News contacted her trying to get dirt on Trump but that she told them he was “an absolute gentleman”. “I was

Trump’s Debate Silver Bullet

Bryan Crabtree, Donald Trump first has to realize he’s dealing with a weak opponent. He’s not competing with a rich businessman in Manhattan for a prime piece of real estate. He’s competing with Hillary Clinton and the liberal ‘basket-cases’ that run her campaign.  They are arrogant and conceited. In the last debate Clinton baited Trump

Sunday’s Presidential Town hall Debate will test candidates’ stagecraft

President George H.W. Bush conspicuously checked his watch. Al Gore got too close for comfort. Mitt Romney strode across stage to confront President Barack Obama face to face. For presidential candidates, a town hall debate is a test of stagecraft as much as substance. When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet Sunday night in St.

How Donald Trump Became the Issue

Ben Shapiro, On Tuesday night, by consensus, Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence wiped the floor with Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine. Kaine appeared nervous, flustered and confused; Pence appeared comfortable and in control. Pence’s attacks on Hillary Clinton’s corruption and policy evils were well-calibrated and hard-hitting. There was only one problem: Kaine spent

Media Lies: Why the media’s ‘bombshell’ may not explode

Howard Kurtz, Donald Trump is a genius. That’s the line that such top surrogates as Rudy Guiliani and Chris Christie have been peddling in the wake of the New York Times publishing a 20-year-old tax return showing that Trump wrote off a loss of $916 million. What’s ingenious is the brazen spin, and I say that

Colorado’s Hispanic Committeewoman Rallies ‘The Deplorables’ for Donald Trump

Matthew Boyle, PUEBLO, Colorado — Colorado’s GOP national committeewoman Vera Ortegon, a Hispanic woman, gave a rousing address to the crowd of thousands here in support of Donald J. Trump for president on Monday afternoon. “Many of you know me as Vera Ortegon,” she said as she opened up her speech, about an hour before

Trump stops in swing state Pennsylvania

Donald Trump is on the campaign trail Saturday with a stop in eastern Pennsylvania, a swing state critical in his path toward trying to win the White House and another opportunity for the Republican presidential nominee to steady his campaign after a solid debate performance was undone by final-minute accusations about demeaning women. Democratic rival

Unscripted Trump’s Economic Message in Michigan #Election2016

Thousands of Michigan voters roared with approval as Donald Trump lashed out at an economic system he said was rigged against everyday Americans. They cheered louder when he declared that Hillary Clinton was to blame. “I am going to fight so hard for all of you,” the Republican presidential nominee boomed as he read from

Trump vs. Miss Universe — I can’t get to victim when I think of Alicia Machado

Penny Young Nance,   At Monday’s presidential debate Hillary Clinton’s asserted that Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe, was victimized about her weight by Donald Trump. Her remarks have, perhaps rightfully, given some women pause.  So let’s reflect a moment and add some context to this allegation.  Here’s where I’ve come down. Like many young

Donald Trump says Republican race all but over if he wins Indiana

Front-runner Donald Trump said on Sunday that he will have essentially sealed the Republican U.S. presidential nomination if he wins Tuesday’s contest in Indiana, where he now holds a big lead over chief rival Ted Cruz. A new NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist opinion poll showed Trump with a wide lead in Indiana, 49 percent to 34