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Bernie Sanders: 'Any objective observer' sees Clinton is better than Trump

Bernie supports HillaryVermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was greeted by his more than 1,800 delegates at the Democratic National Convention by a minutes-long standing ovation before delivering a strong endorsement of his former opponent Hillary Clinton.

Sanders supporters have been vocal since arriving in Philadelphia at their displeasure with Sanders' treatment by the Democratic National Committee. Emails hacked and released from the DNC showed staffers with a clear bias toward Clinton and against Sanders, a charge he levels throughout the campaign.

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DNC Chief Debbie Wasserman Schultz Stepping Aside After Convention

Debbie Wasserman SchultzDebbie Wasserman Schultz has been ousted as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee on the eve of the party's convention, following a chairmanship marked by controversy that was pushed to bring by revelations from leaked internal emails.

"Going forward, the best way for me to accomplish those goals is to step down as Party Chair at the end of this convention," Wasserman Schultz said in a lengthy statement Sunday announcing her resignation. "I will open and close the Convention and I will address our delegates about the stakes involved in this election not only for Democrats, but for all Americans."

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Trump ally Michael Flynn sorry for retweet of antisemitic message

Mike Flynn sorryAssociations of antisemitism returned to shadow Donald Trump’s presidential campaign on Sunday, after the Republican and his allies, including a three-star general who was a vice-presidential hopeful, were forced again to answer questions about supporters with explicitly bigoted views.

The retired army lieutenant general Michael Flynn retweeted an explicitly antisemitic message regarding the leak of thousands of emails from the Democratic National Committee.

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CNN Pundit Ignites Fury After Criticizing Tim Kaine’s Use Of Spanish

Dumbass CNN Pundit on use of Spanish“I didn’t have to get a translator for anything that was going on at the [Republican National Convention] this week,” she continued.

“I’m hoping I’m not going to have to start brushing up on my ‘Dora the Explorer’ to understand some of the speeches given this week,” she added, referencing the children’s cartoon that stars a child who can speak English and Spanish.

Hughes’ comments were not only ignorant but also wrong, on several levels.

TVNL Comment:  How much dumber can CNN hires be?  Just asking...

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Trump Threatens To Pull The U.S. Out Of The World Trade Organization

Trum threatens to leave WTORepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Sunday that he would consider pulling the United States out of the World Trade Organization should he end up winning the election.

The comments, made to NBC’s “Meet the Press,” are the latest in a series of Trump threats to pull the U.S. away from international institutions and compacts. Trump’s disgust for trade deals is well-known. And in the midst of his convention in Cleveland, he reiterated to The New York Times that he would not come to the aid of NATO allies if they hadn’t fully paid their dues to the organization.

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Democrats to bind two-thirds of superdelegates to state results

2/3 of Dem. superdelegates pledged to state resultsThe Democratic Rules Committee voted to limit the role of superdelegates, binding two-thirds of them to state primary and caucus results. It also wants to establish a "unity commission" to make recommendations on the reforms.

The remainder of superdelegates will be unpledged and can support their candidate of choice, the Washington Post reported.

The changes won't affect the 2016 presidential election.

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Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos'

Hillary and TimTim Kaine took the stage alongside Hillary Clinton in Miami Saturday and offered his first greeting to voters as a vice presidential nominee -- in Spanish.

"Bienvenidos a todos," the Virginia senator said, a phrase that translates to "welcome to everyone."

Clinton and Kaine's first joint appearance as running mates at a campaign rally here marked the official unveiling of the Democratic ticket. The duo will face off against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

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