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UN rights chief blasts 'demagogues' Trump and Wilders

UN calls Trump dangerousThe UN human rights chief has accused US presidential candidate Donald Trump and Dutch nationalist Geert Wilders, among others, of spreading "humiliating racial and religious prejudice".

Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said on Monday that "populist, demagogues and political fantasists" like Wilders and Trump, as well as Nigel Farage in Britain and Marine Le Pen in France, were using "fear" tactics similar to those of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS and Daesh).


Trump refuses to say whether Obama born in U.S.

Trump refuses to say whether Obama was born in USDonald Trump declined to say on Monday whether he believes President Obama was born in the United States.

"I don't talk about it," the GOP presidential nominee told reporters, according to NBC News.

Trump, once the leader of the so-called 'Birther' movement, has shied away from discussing Obama's birth certificate this presidential cycle, saying he doesn't want to give the media material to use against him.


Trump made millions from Saudi government: report

Trump made millions from SaudisRepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump reportedly made millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia, The New York Daily News reported.

A Daily News investigation found that in June 2001, the GOP nominee sold the 45th floor of Trump World Tower to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for $4.5 million.  The apartments became part of the Saudi Mission to the United Nations in 2008, according to the report.


Big questions about Melania Trump’s immigration status linger

Melania immigrant staus questionsIn early August, Trump pledged that his wife, Melania, a native of Slovenia, would hold a news conference explaining how she managed to navigate the onerous process of getting a green card. He made the pledge after a number of outlets raised questions about the timeline of her entry into the country.

Remember when the New York Post ran a front-page story showing nude photos of Melania Trump? (Yes, you do.) Politico realized that the date of that shoot, 1995, put her in the United States before 1996, the year she has said she arrived on a visa. After that story came out, Melania Trump tweeted a broad defense of her arrival.


Trump surrogate admits to falsifying biographical claims

Mark BurnsA Donald Trump surrogate who spoke at the Republican National Convention admitted he "overstated several details" of his biography after a CNN segment fact-checked claims made by the pastor.

In a pre-recorded interview with Victor Blackwell on "New Day Weekend," Pastor Mark Burns was asked about his online bio, which included claims that he graduated from North Greenville University, that he served in the Army Reserves, and was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi, a historically African-American fraternity.


Trump and Atlantic City: the lessons behind the demise of his casino empire

Taj Mahal CasinoThe night of 2 April 1990 is one Tina Condos will never forget. It was the opening night of Donald Trump’s new $1.1bn Atlantic City casino, and Condos was working as a cocktail waitress serving drinks to Michael Jackson, Elle Macpherson and the other stars and socialites who had flown in for the big night.

Lit by $16m worth of chandeliers, Trump described the casino, then the most expensive ever built, as the “eighth wonder of the world”. The property tycoon now turned presidential candidate also promised it would transform the fortunes of the New Jersey coastal city.


Clinton camp rips Trump over his foundation's IRS troubles

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Under attack from Republicans over pay-for-play allegations, Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Friday took the opportunity to punch back, ripping Donald Trump over his own foundation's run-in with the Internal Revenue Service.

Trump's foundation — which the Clinton campaign refers to as the one “that has been caught in an actual pay-to-play scandal” — was forced to pay the IRS a $2,500 penalty this year following the revelation that the Trump Foundation improperly donated $25,000 to a political committee supporting Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi in 2013. The foundation failed to document the payment in its IRS filings. The fine was first revealed Thursday by the Washington Post.


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