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Trump lashes out at Muslim parents of dead U.S. soldier

Republican Donald Trump lashed out Saturday at two Muslim-American parents who lost their son while he served in the U.S. military in Iraq and who appeared at the Democratic convention last week, stirring outrage among critics who said the episode proves that Trump lacks the compassion and temperament to …

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Koch: politicians are offering ‘frightening’ answers

Billionaire industrialist Charles Koch on Saturday chastised the political class, saying that those seeking public office were offering "frightening" answers and largely failing to promote a society that provides opportunity for all. “Our goal is to unite people from all walks of life to work for what we call a …

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Clinton stumps for working-class votes

On the second day of their bus tour through Pennsylvania and Ohio, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.), moved deep into potential Donald Trump country. The pair toured an advanced manufacturing plant in the rural, white countryside of central-western Pennsylvania and were holding …

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In final 100 days, Clinton and Trump to chart different paths

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Sunday enter the final 100 days of an extraordinary presidential campaign, with the former on a methodical march to energize the Obama coalition and appeal to the broad mainstream and the latter charting an unconventional path driven by a message of wholesale change. With …

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Khizr Khan ➡️ Trump: ‘Typical of a person without a soul’

Two days after delivering one of the most memorable speeches of the 2016 campaign season — a moment one commentator described as the ‘fulcrum’ of the election — Khizr Khan was checking into a D.C. hotel, preparing for television appearances Sunday morning and still trying to come to grips with the …

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On 3⃣-day bus tour, Clinton hopes to woo blue-collar voters

HATFIELD, Pa. — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton began what she called a 100-day march to the election Friday with an effort to bridge the Democratic Party’s widening gulf with small-town and working-class voters in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Ohio. “We know that if we’re smart …

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Trump attacks retired general

DENVER — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Friday called retired Marine Gen. John Allen a “failed general” after the highly respected military veteran delivered a forceful endorsement of his opponent, Hillary Clinton, earlier this week. “They had a general named John Allen, and he — I never met him," Trump said …

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Trump revives primary election controversies

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump aired out a full year’s worth of controversies during a campaign event here Friday, insisting that the media have misled voters about incident after incident to attack him personally. And he bemoaned that his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, is using those …

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Trump tears into Clinton, Democratic convention

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump went on a tear Friday morning via Twitter, blasting media coverage of the Democratic National Convention and mocking his rival, Hillary Clinton. Trump not only took issue with the content of Clinton’s convention speech Thursday night, in which she directly called on voters to …

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Clinton offers an optimistic vision for the future

PHILADELPHIA — Hillary Clinton sought to transcend doubts about her character by presenting an uplifting vision for the nation’s future, delivering the biggest speech of her enduring public life here Thursday as she formally accepted the Democratic presidential nomination. Declaring that the United States is at “a moment of reckoning …

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Here’s what we know about Donald Trump and his ties to Russia

On Wednesday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump asked the Russians to release emails from his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, if they have hacked them. He later said he was being sarcastic, but his invitation to a foreign power to meddle in the U.S. election sparked concern among foreign policy …

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Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic presidential nomination

PHILADELPHIA —Hillary Clinton formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president Thursday night, delivering a speech in which she said that the nation is in a “moment of reckoning” and aggressively cast Republican nominee Donald Trump as a divisive figure stoking fear across the country. “He wants to divide …

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Michelle Obama's Speech🎙📹https://goo.gl/29EfMF

👔President Barack Obama praised👏 his wife Michelle for her terrific speech🎙 at the Democratic National Convention on social media💻. Obama tweeted💬, "Incredible speech by an incredible woman. Couldn't be more proud & our country has been blessed to her as FLOTUS. I love you, Michelle."

The President's heartfelt message has been …

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