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Donald Trump Goes Nuts On ‘Morning Joe’ Hosts

Trump goes after Joe ScarboroughDonald Trump lashed out at MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” by calling hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough “clowns” and suggesting that they’re dating.

The feud between Trump and the MSNBC hosts is long running. Brzezinski and Scarborough have repeatedly criticized the Republican nominee over his various controversial comments and policies. Earlier on Monday, the show mocked a speech he made over the weekend as sounding “like he’s had a lot to drink.”

But the show has also taken shots at Trump’s Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, over the private email server she used while in office, as well as her family foundation’s acceptance of donations from foreign countries with poor human rights records.


Report: Trump's Companies $650M In Debt

Trump debtOn the campaign trail, Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, has sold himself as a businessman who has made billions of dollars and is beholden to no one.

But an investigation by The New York Times into the financial maze of Mr. Trump’s real estate holdings in the United States reveals that companies he owns have at least $650 million in debt — twice the amount than can be gleaned from public filings he has made as part of his bid for the White House. The Times’s inquiry also found that Mr. Trump’s fortunes depend deeply on a wide array of financial backers, including one he has cited in attacks during his campaign.


Hillary Clinton won't have to testify about emails for group's lawsuit, judge rules

HillaryFormer U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will not have to provide a deposition as part of a lawsuit brought by a conservative judicial group that seeks information about her use of a private email account, a federal judge ruled Friday.

The group, Judicial Watch, was hoping the judge would order Clinton's testimony after filing a request for its Freedom of Information Act suit last month.


Looks Like Ivanka Trump Doesn’t Pay Her Interns

Ivank Trump doesn't pay internesIvanka Trump, who markets herself as a champion of working women and learned about business by walking her father’s construction sites, apparently does not pay interns at her namesake fashion and jewelry company in New York City, according to a blog post on that also appeared on her official Twitter page on Thursday.

Yes, that actually says #nomoneynoproblems, and comes from the Twitter account of the daughter of self-proclaimed billionaire and Republican nominee for president Donald Trump.


Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort resigns

Manafort resignsDonald Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort resigned on Friday in the wake of campaign shake-up and revelations about his work in Ukraine.

In a statement issued as he arrived in Louisiana to tour the flood-ravaged state, Trump said Manafort offered his resignation Friday morning. The billionaire called Manafort "a true professional."

"I am very appreciative for his great work in helping to get us where we are today, and in particular his work guiding us through the delegate and convention process," Trump said.


Hillary Clinton meets with NYPD's Bill Bratton, other cities' top cops to discuss police-community relations

Hillary Clinton meets with police officialsPolice Commissioner Bill Bratton has a message for cops about Hillary Clinton: She’s got your back.

“There is a great deal of concern about the fear permeating the country right now," Bratton said Thursday after a two-hour Manhattan meeting with Clinton and other top cops.

"In terms of law enforcement, she has a lot of experience in that area and a lot of great ideas."

Bratton, who is stepping down next month for a private-sector gig, dismissed Republican candidate Donald Trump’s assertion that Clinton is anti-police.


Appeals court rejects bid to end straight-ticket voting in Michigan

Straight ticket voting upheld in MichiganProcedures allowing Michigan voters to easily cast straight-ticket ballots look likely to remain in place for this fall's election after a federal appeals court refused to restore a law that would have ended the practice.

A three-judge panel of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion Wednesday declining the state's request to overturn a judge's order finding that the straight-ticket voting option was heavily relied on by African-Americans and that the state's attempt to ban it appears to violate both the U.S. Constitution and the Voting Rights Act.


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