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NYT: How Donald Trump Behaved with Women in Private

Donald Trump and womenDonald Trump and women: The words evoke a familiar cascade of casual insults, hurled from the safe distance of a Twitter account, a radio show or a campaign podium. This is the public treatment of some women by Mr. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president: degrading, impersonal, performed.

“That must be a pretty picture, you dropping to your knees,” he told a female contestant on “The Celebrity Apprentice.” Rosie O’Donnell, he said, had a “fat, ugly face.” A lawyer who needed to pump milk for a newborn? “Disgusting,” he said.

But the 1990 episode at Mar-a-Lago that Ms. Brewer Lane described was different: a debasing face-to-face encounter between Mr. Trump and a young woman he hardly knew. This is the private treatment of some women by Mr. Trump, the up-close and more intimate encounters.

The New York Times interviewed dozens of women who had worked with or for Mr. Trump over the past four decades, in the worlds of real estate, modeling and pageants; women who had dated him or interacted with him socially; and women and men who had closely observed his conduct since his adolescence. In all, more than 50 interviews were conducted over the course of six weeks.

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Trump says his tax rate is 'None of your business'

Trump says tax rate is non of your businessU.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pushed back on Friday against renewed calls for him to release his tax returns before the election, saying the rate that he pays is "none of your business."

Trump, who has all but locked up the Republican Party's nomination for the Nov. 8 presidential election, has said the Internal Revenue Service is auditing his returns and he wants to wait until the review is over before making them public.

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Trump and the Artifice of the Deal

Trump and the artifice of the dealThe Grand Hyatt represented Donald’s entry into Manhattan, and to pull it off, Donald relied not only on his father’s cash, but his connections—and this is not a Trumpian exaggeration—to some of the most powerful politicians, lawyers and bankers in New York.

A decade later, when Donald’s boardwalk empire was underwater and the Grand Hyatt was looking un-Grand, Donald again needed Fred’s resources to bail him out.

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What's in Trump's returns? A look at how he plays tax game

Trump tax returnDonald Trump told The Associated Press this week "there's nothing to learn" from all those income tax returns he won't release until an ongoing audit wraps up.

Really?

Tax experts say the feet-high stack of returns that he's posed with for photos could provide significant insights about the presumptive GOP nominee - new details on his income and wealth, how much he gives to charity, the health of his businesses and, overall, how Trump plays the tax game.

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The rise of militias: Patriot candidates are now getting elected in Oregon

Bundy supportersJoseph Rice’s manner is a long way from militia stereotypes. The Patriot Movement leader does not present as a crazed gun nut, nor as a blowhard white supremacist. He’s genial, folksy, and matter-of-fact in laying out his views. But talk to him for long enough, and time and again the Patriot Movement leader returns to what really drives him: land.

Rice is running for Josephine county commissioner in south-west Oregon, and believes that the federal government’s current role in land management is illegitimate and even tyrannical.

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London's new mayor dismisses Donald Trump's Muslim ban 'exception'

Sadiq KhanSadiq Khan has rejected US presidential hopeful Donald Trump's offer to make the new London mayor an "exception" to a ban on Muslims travelling to the US.

"This isn't just about me. It's about my friends, my family and everyone who comes from a background similar to mine, anywhere in the world," he said.  Mr Khan also warned that Mr Trump's "ignorant" views of Islam "could make both our countries less safe".

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Donald Trump breaks the GOP

Trump splits GOPIt was as shocking as it was predictable after a year of slow-motion buildup — the dramatic splitting apart of the Grand Old Party in the 72 hours after Donald Trump became its presumptive nominee.

Asked on Friday whether the organization he now leads is officially Trump’s party, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus responded with pithy double-speak befitting this dystopian moment in our politics.

“It’s the party’s party,” Priebus said.

Whatever party Priebus was speaking of is currently in tatters.

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