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Donald Trump settles fraud lawsuits relating to Trump University for $25m

Trump U case settledDonald Trump has settled fraud lawsuits relating to Trump University for $25m, removing a legal headache despite having pledged to fight the cases to the bitter end.

Lawyers for the president-elect settled the three lawsuits on Friday, averting the prospect of him testifying in a courtroom showdown which threatened to reveal more troubling details about the now defunct real estate course.


Trump picks Flynn, Sessions, Pompeo for top posts

Trump to pickDonald Trump has selected retired Army lieutenant general Michael Flynn as national security adviser and Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, the Trump transition team announced, granting the first appointments of his upcoming presidency to two men who were unfailingly loyal to him during the divisive election cycle.

The president-elect also announced Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., as his pick to lead the Central Intelligence Agency.


Hoax news writer says he helped elect Donald Trump because Republican’s supporters ‘never fact-check anything’

Hoax writer helped elect TrumpStill trying to figure out how Donald Trump won the election? Blame the man who makes $10,000 each month writing 100% bogus news.

Paul Horner, who owns several fake websites that publish phony stories under the guise of legitimate news brands, said he made up stories about Trump in hopes of making the Republican look bad — but the move backfired.

“I think Trump is in the White House because of me,” he told the Washington Post. “Looking back, instead of hurting the campaign, I think I helped it. And that feels (bad).”


Michael Flynn Said to Be Trump’s Top Choice for National Security Adviser

Michael FlynnLieutenant General Michael Flynn has emerged as Donald Trump’s leading candidate for national security adviser, according to people familiar with the president-elect’s transition planning.

Flynn, who ran the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) from 2012 to 2014 and served as a top intelligence adviser to General Stanley McChrystal in Iraq, advised Trump on foreign policy throughout the course of the presidential campaign. He was at one time rumored to be on Trump’s vice-presidential shortlist, and remains one of the only high-ranking national-security officials to have publicly aligned himself with Trump.


Clinton’s lead in the popular vote passes 1 million

Hillary populat vote passes one millionHillary Clinton’s lead in the popular vote over President-elect Donald Trump has surpassed 1 million, according to Dave Wasserman of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report.

As the final vote counts continue to trickle in a week after Election Day, Wasserman’s tally found that Clinton had 61,963,234 votes to Trump’s 60,961,185 as of Tuesday afternoon.


Donald Trump’s Transition Team, Or Lack Thereof, Is Causing Real Panic

Chaos in transitionDonald Trump’s transition team is nearing a state of stasis, causing concern among both Democrats and Republicans in Washington that his White House will be woefully ill-prepared once he is inaugurated.

The primary cause, according to multiple sources, is the revamped leadership structure at Trump’s transition offices ― the demotion of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie from the top post and his replacement with Vice President-elect Mike Pence.


Ivanka Trump's Company Scrambles Over '60 Minutes' Bracelet Criticism

Ivanka Trump uses WH to sell jewelryIvanka Trump's company came under heavy criticism this week when it began promoting sales of a $10,000 bracelet that she wore on "60 Minutes." And now, the future first daughter's company is seemingly backtracking after being accused of conflating her father's presidential interview with her own personal business.

A "fashion alert" was initially sent to journalists on Monday by Monica Marder, vice president of sales for Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry. It promoted Ivanka Trump as wearing "her favorite bangle from the Metropolis Collection" on the CBS News show. The bracelet costs $8,800 to $10,800. "Please share this with your clients…" the email said.

As a result, the company was accused of trying to make money off the election results through the interview.


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