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The Backlash Against Trump Hotels

Trump International HotelA small crowd of protesters gathered outside the Trump International Hotel on Monday morning, chanting “No Trump! No KKK! No racist USA!” A banner read: “Immigrants and Muslims are welcome here. Trump Hotel is NOT!” The luxury hotel isn’t slated to have its grand opening until October, but Monday’s soft opening showed it’s already become a target for protest against Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Both the timing of the hotel’s debut and its address seem fitting. The property is situated in between the White House and the U.S. Capitol on Pennsylvania Avenue. Its location ensures Trump will have a highly visible presence in the nation’s capital no matter what happens in November. But win or lose, the election could have unintended consequences for Trump’s business ventures, including his new hotel.


Donald Trump Calls for No Debate Moderators as Pressure Mounts to Fact-Check Him

Trump calls for no moderatorsSince NBC’s Matt Lauer received widespread criticism for failing to fact-check Donald Trump at Wednesday night’s presidential forum, members of the public and press have been urging moderators for the upcoming debates to do better.

If the GOP nominee lies about being a vocal opponent of the Iraq War, as he did Wednesday and throughout the 2016 campaign, for instance, he should be called out.


Pence refuses to call David Duke 'deplorable'

David DukeIndiana Gov. Mike Pence refused on Monday to say David Duke, the former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, is a “deplorable” supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer pushed Pence, Trump’s running mate, to respond to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton saying on Friday that half of her rival’s supporters fit into a “basket of deplorables.”


Giuliani defends Trump idea to take Middle East oil: 'Anything is legal' in war

Guiliani says anything goes in warThe former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani has argued that “anything is legal” in war, defending Donald Trump’s call to “take the oil” of Iraq, one of the Republican nominee’s proposals that appears to violate international law.

Giuliani has become one of Trump’s closest advisers and steadiest allies in a campaign shaken by controversy, turnover and the nominee’s own unpredictability. In an interview broadcast on Sunday he tried to explain how Trump’s call to “take the oil” of Iraq fit with the nominee’s past demands to “declare victory and leave” and reduce American intervention abroad.


Trump Lied About Post-9/11 Funds

Trump lied about post 9/11 fundsDonald Trump’s tale about why he took $150,000 in 9/11 money is as tall as the Downtown skyscraper he says he used in recovery efforts, according to government records.

Though the billionaire presidential candidate has repeatedly suggested he got that money for helping others out after the attacks, documents obtained by the Daily News show that Trump’s account was just a huge lie.


CIA director rebuts Trump's claim on intelligence briefing

John Brennan

CIA Director John Brennan pushed back against Donald Trump's claim that he could read disapproval of President Barack Obama's policies in the body language of the intelligence officers who gave him a confidential national security briefing.

"I'm pretty good with body language," Trump said during NBC's "Commander-in-Chief Forum" last week. "I could tell they were not happy."


Doctor: Clinton has pneumonia, recovering after 9/11 event

clinton has pneumoniaAn ill Hillary Clinton abruptly left a 9/11 anniversary ceremony Sunday and needed to be held up by three people before she appeared to stumble off a curb and was helped into a van. Several hours later, her campaign revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and advised to rest.

Less than two months from Election Day, it was an unwanted visual for Clinton as she tries to project the strength and vigor needed for one of the world's most demanding jobs. Republican rival Donald Trump has spent months questioning Clinton's health, saying she lacks the stamina to be president.


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