The Republican National Committee wants to know why Bill Clinton’s former adviser purchased the house in California that Bill Clinton’s black sheep brother Roger lives in.
A new poll of likely voters in Florida shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a virtual tie with Election day less than two months away.
The major donors who supported the GOP establishment’s favored candidates during the primaries are now standing on the sidelines or have switched sides to support Hillary Clinton, says a survey by the Los Angeles Times.
Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” host Sean Hannity offered a compilation that detailed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s “own troubling history with women” in connected to her husband former president Bill Clinton’s “transgressions.” Partial transcript as follows: SEAN HANNITY, HOST: And welcome to “Hannity.” And tonight, the general election is only 40 days away, and Donald Trump is campaigning harder than ever. Now, Newt Gingrich — he’ll join us in just a minute. But first tonight, while the GOP nominee tries to explain to voters how he will make their lives better — well, the Clinton campaign is sinking to a new low. They’re trying to falsely paint Donald Trump as a sexist. They’re dragging out 20-year-old claims which have been proven to be misleading from former Miss Universe winner Alicia Machado. Now, Clinton also failed to mention Ms. Machado’s connection to a 1990s attempted murder and threats of violence that she made against a judge in her home country of Venezuela. Now, while Hillary Clinton rolls out stories from questionable victims like Ms. Machado, The Washington Post is raising red flags about Hillary Clinton’s own troubling history with women connected to her husband’s transgressions. Now, it’s a huge story
During his campaign rally in Michigan on Friday, Donald Trump demanded that President Obama not pardon Hillary Clinton.
Former Gawker editor AJ Daulerio expressed desire to post the entire Hulk Hogan sex tape, which he is still in possession of, after Gawker was ordered by the courts to pay $140 million in damages to Hogan for posting a clip from the tape in 2012.
Friday at a rally for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Coral Springs, FL, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was “ugly” on the inside. Wasserman Schultz said, “I have a few thoughts about Donald Trump’s appearance but I’m going to keep those thoughts to myself, for two reasons. First of all you could put all the fashion experts and stylist in the world to work for Donald Trump and he still couldn’t win a beauty contest. Wait, wait —I want you to understand what I mean, not in this universe. Because you can’t fix ugly when it is on the inside. Am I right? Am I right? You can’t fix ugly when it is on the inside.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
MLB Hall of Famer and former Chicago White Sox first baseman Frank Thomas weighed in on Tim Tebow’s baseball career, and “The Big Hurt” thinks Tebow, a Heisman winner at the University of Florida, is an even better baseball player than he was a football player. “I think Tim Tebow was a better baseball player than he was a football player. I think Urban Meyer kept Tim Tebow from playing baseball at the University of Florida. He was a heck of a high school baseball player,” Thomas said. “Urban loves him and would not let him play college baseball. I think Tim Tebow’s a better baseball player than he was football player.” Thomas added later in the interview that he believes Tebow will be able to make it to the big leagues one day. Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
Friday on MSNBC, former Gov. Howard Dean (D-VT), also the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, offered his thoughts on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump so-called late-night “tweetstorm” about former Miss Universe Alicia Machado. During the conversation, host Stephanie Ruhle asked Dean about his tweet suggesting Trump was a cocaine user during the first presidential debate. Notice Trump sniffing all the time. Coke user? — Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) September 27, 2016 Dean did not back down and said that we don’t know he is a coke user, referring to the timing of the tweets. Partial transcript as follows: HOWARD DEAN: First of all, Donald Trump was up in the wee hours of the morning … Tweeting at three or four o’clock in the morning about a sex tape. This is a guy who is running for president of the U.S. STEPHANIE RUHLE: We’re going to talk about Donald. And Donald gives you low-hanging fruit to go after every day — just like why is he tweeting at 3:00 am. But you’re a member of the Democratic Party. Michelle Obama had the line: When they go low, we go high. To suggest that Donald Trump was maybe coked up? Come on, he has
Megan Cassella reports in Politico on the dread among the global trade elites of the possibility of that Republican nominee Donald Trump could be president.