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Democrats hound Trump over closure of foundation

Democrats are hounding President-elect Donald Trump over his decision to dissolve his charitable foundation, blasting the group as a “slush fund” and demanding he take additional steps to avoid conflicts of interest. The incoming president announced Saturday that he’s directed his counsel to complete the closure. Trump said in a statement: “I am very proud

Trump University-related lawsuits settled

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Friday agreed to settle three fraud lawsuits linked to Trump University for $25 million, confirmed. The settlement ends a dispute that has followed Trump throughout his presidential campaign and raised questions about how he would handle it after being sworn in as president in January. Students at the now-defunct


For every argument the media make against Trump, Hillary’s worse. (1) Eleven years ago, Trump said on a secretly recorded tape that celebrities can do anything — even grab a woman’s p*ssy. Hillary, born-again Victorian virgin, campaigns with Beyonce, who performs a duet with the words “curvalicious, p*ssy served delicious.” Hillary is thrilled to have

Perfect System of Government: Trump V. Clinton’s Pay-To-Play

Bryan Crabtree, Comparing the two is like comparing a mild case of heartburn to a full cardiac arrest. Desperate to distract from the pay to play access of Hillary Clinton’s State Department using her de facto bank account (at the Clinton Foundation), a morsel of Trump-truth is being conflated into a mountain of projected crimes.

Racist VP Pick: HUD Secretary leading contender for Hillary choice

While everyone was freaking out about plagiarism in a couple of phrases of Melania Trump speech, no one noticed the quiet announcement of an ethics investigation that found HUD Secretary Julian Castro, touted as a leading contender for Hillary’s Vice President, had violated the Hatch Act. His violation? Using his office and official position to

Paul Ryan: Hillary Clinton’s Strongest Supporter on Capitol Hill

Jeff Crouere,  After Donald Trump clinched the GOP presidential nomination, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan was not satisfied. He spent weeks withholding his official endorsement, while preaching the need for “unity.” After meeting with Trump a number of times, Ryan gave a very lukewarm endorsement of the businessman turned politician in his hometown newspaper.

How the media are portraying Trump’s campaign: Apocalypse now

Howard Kurtz, As the controversies mount and the poll numbers slide, the media are depicting Donald Trump’s campaign as a train wreck. It’s been a rough patch, no question about it. But perhaps journalists are forgetting how many times they wrote this guy off during the primaries. Maybe we’ll look back and say this is

Time for the Left to Stop Excusing Violence Against Trump Supporters

Real Clear Politics “My nose is broken. I have bruises and scratches all over. I got knocked in the head a lot,” San Jose’s Juan Hernandez, 38, told me. He suffered a mild concussion. That’s the price Hernandez paid for attending the infamous Donald Trump rally in San Jose last week at which protesters were

Trump Is Right to be Suspicious of Judge, Sorry, lefties: œLa Raza means œMaster Race

Matthew Vadum, Donald Trump has every right to question the impartiality of a “pro-Mexican” judge presiding over the Trump University lawsuit and doing so does not make him a racist or a bigot of any kind. The stampede of weak-kneed Republican office-holders tripping over each other in a frenzied rush to denounce the presumptive GOP

Trump University Judge ˜Should Recuse Himself’

Monday on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” host Bill O’Reilly weighed in on the controversy brewing around presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s comments about U.S. Federal Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, the judge presiding over the lawsuits involving Trump University. Although Trump has faced considerable backlash for his remarks suggesting a bias from Curiel

Trump Says ‘No Reason’ to Raise $1 Billion for Campaign

In his first interview after the final day of Republican nomination contests, he also said his running-mate search was focused on four or five politicians. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump distanced himself from his own fundraising estimate of $1 billion, refusing to commit to collecting even half that amount, and saying his campaign didn’t need much