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Trump cruises to Electoral College victory despite protests

There were many protesters but few faithless electors as Donald Trump won the Electoral College vote Monday — ensuring that the billionaire will become America’s 45th president. An effort by anti-Trump forces to persuade Republican electors to abandon the president-elect came to practically nothing and the process unfolded largely according to its traditions. Trump’s polarizing

Ohio Senate Passes “Heartbeat” Abortion Ban

Fiona Miller & Kit Daniels | Infowars, Bill yet to be signed by Gov. Kasich. The Ohio Senate has passed a bill banning abortions if a heartbeat can be detected, which is usually around six weeks. The bill would make it a fifth-degree felony for an Ohio doctor to perform an abortion if a heartbeat is

Anti-Trumpers trying to sow chaos in Electoral College

Amid a rowdy recount push in battleground states, anti-Donald Trump forces are escalating efforts to invalidate his election on another front: the Electoral College. The people who technically choose the next president will gather on Dec. 19 to, presumably, make the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election official. Trump won 306 electoral votes in

Alienated from voters, anti-Trump GOP holdouts risk long-term fallout

Brendan Kirby, NeverTrumpers Talking to Themselves. Whether Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was serious or not when he hinted the party might take action against NeverTrumpers wishing to make future presidential bids, it will be the voters the anti-Trump GOP holdouts have most to fear. Priebus hinted on “Face the Nation” that Republicans with presidential

Candidates who don’t back Trump may not be allowed to run again, RNC chairman says

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday suggested he could say “never mind” to the “Never Trump” candidates should they try to make another run for the presidency. Priebus said the former primary challengers who’ve refused to support Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump could face consequences if they fail to back Trump in the

Tumult at GOP convention over effort to stop Trump

Republicans cast Donald Trump as the right man for turbulent times as they opened their presidential convention Monday against a backdrop of unsettling summer violence and deep discontent within their own party. Tumult broke out on the convention floor after party officials adopted rules by a shouted voice vote, a move aimed at blunting anti-Trump

Trump Forces Didn’t Just Beat the Establishment, They Overran It

Donald Trump didn’t just outlast a long list of Republican challengers to be the last man standing for the presidential nomination. He won by remaking the Republican Primary electorate itself. About 25.7 million people have voted in the 2016 Republican primaries and caucuses so far. That’s about seven million more votes than were cast in

Clinton’s top five vice presidential picks

Picking the right vice presidential candidate will be a key decision for Clinton as she looks to strengthen her campaign for the fall. Here are the candidates getting the most buzz in Clintonworld. The former governor turned senator has become a favorite among Clinton insiders. They see the centrist as a rising star in the

Republican Voters Align with Trump on Trade, Immigration

Alex Swoyer, Breitbart  Supporters of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump are backed by most Republican-leaning voters on four of five key issues, according to an analysis of a recent Pew report. Eighty-four percent of Trump supporters say they support building a wall along the southern border with Mexico, as do 67 percent of all GOP and

What time do polls open, close in West Virginia, Nebraska primaries (05/10/16)?

West Virginia voters go to the polls Tuesday for a presidential primary where the Republican race is down to one candidate and the Democratic contest has two. The results for Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton mean different things.  After winning the Indiana GOP primary a week ago, businessman Trump saw his last two challengers, Texas

Ken Langone: ˜All in’ for Trump, He Can Beat Hillary Clinton, ˜He’ll do a Hell of a Good Job’

Alex Swoyer, Breitbart GOP Mega donor Ken Langone, co-founder of Home Depot, says he’s now “all in” for presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump. “I’m all in,” Langone stated, referencing a Trump ticket. “And you want to know something? I think he’ll do a hell of a good job.”  He previously backed Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Langone predicts

Trump campaign defends move to fundraise, says ‘plenty of time’ to unite GOP

Donald Trump strategist Paul Manafort argued Sunday that Trump hasn’t misled supporters by saying during the Republican primaries that he was a self-funded candidate who “couldn’t be bought” and now trying to raise money for the general election.  Manafort told “Fox News Sunday” that Trump made the announcement to fundraise last week after becoming the