A Silicon Valley billionaire, who two weeks ago announced a $1.25 million donation to the campaign of GOP presidential nominee Donald J. Trump, told reporters Monday that he supports Trump because of his stands on the large issues facing the country.
Monday on his radio show, while discussing the FBI reopening the investigation into Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, conservative host Glenn Beck said FBI director James Comey contacting Congress is “one of the most irresponsible things to ever happen.” Beck said, “For him to go for the subpoena and announce it and open this thing up when he says he doesn’t know if there’s even anything in those emails, that’s not too big of a risk for him, that is too big of a risk of anyone’s career, and not his, hers.” He added, “You change the course of the country. You change the course of this person’s life. This is one of the most irresponsible things to ever happen, if it is indeed true that he doesn’t have any evidence. Can you imagine if this were to happen to Donald Trump? Can you imagine what we would be saying? If this would have happened to any Republican president—Mitt Romney—and they said, ‘We have no evidence’?” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Behold, the Revenge of The Weiner. Only in the world of the Clintons could a lecherous serial oversharer like Anthony Weiner become such a star.
On the Tuesday edition of Breitbart News Daily, broadcast live on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM Eastern, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will continue our discussion of the issues animating the 2016 election in the final week of campaigning. He’ll be joined by Breitbart’s Charlie Spiering and Joel Pollak on the campaign trail with both candidates. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton will discuss the Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit his government watchdog group has filed to obtain the latest FBI records pertaining to the “investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a non-government email server during her tenure.” He’ll also discuss Judicial Watch’s release of “323 pages of new Department of State documents, including previously unreleased email exchanges in which Clinton and top aide Huma Abedin sent classified information over Clinton’s clintonemail.com unsecure email system.” Ed Klein, the former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine, contributing editor to Vanity Fair, and bestselling author of the new book on Hillary Clinton titled Guilty as Sin, will discuss the latest revelations about Hillary Clinton following the FBI’s decision to reopen the investigation of her mishandling of government emails. Veteran pollster Pat Caddell will break down the latest polls
Turkey has been anxiously following the Iraqi government’s efforts to liberate the city of Mosul from extremist factions and re-establish its authority there, an Arab intelligence official said.
A Michigan mother is furious that now-DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile sent Hillary Clinton advance notice of her question at a Democratic presidential debate in Flint, Michigan this March. At the time, LeeAnne Walters said Clinton’s response (even with t…
WARREN, Michigan — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump vowed before a packed audience of roughly 2,000 in a high school gymnasium on Monday afternoon: “In eight days, we are going to win the state of Michigan.” The boisterous crowd was the second Trump had addressed in the state, having earlier spoken to a large rally in Grand Rapids. They waited for two hours until he arrived, and there was a large overflow crowd outside the venue, impressing members of the traveling press pool. In front of large hand-painted “VOTE TRUMP and “AMERICA FIRST” signs, Trump vowed to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, which he noted had led to double-digit premium increases in health insurance premiums in the state. As he does at every rally, Trump ripped the media. He challenged the journalists in the room to ask Hillary Clinton why she did not speak up when CNN contributor (and later Democratic National Committee chair) Donna Brazile passed her debate questions from the network on multiple occasions. “We do want the answer to that question, media. Ask her!” He noted that CNN had fired Brazile, and asked: “If they fired Donna Brazile, why aren’t they firing Hillary Clinton?” Trump was briefly interrupted
Every state but a handful have now asked the Department of Homeland Security to help them monitor their electronic voting systems to prevent cyberattacks, the government has reported.