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Now that Donald Trump has made his intentions regarding accepting election results clear, the fact that Paul Ryan isn't holding a press conference right now to denounce him just shows the GOP is beyond bankrupt. Democratic Leader Nancy...Show More Summary
It’s hard to believe, but Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s decades-long reign of terror might finally come to an end next month. According to a new poll from the Behavior Research Institute, conducted on behalf of several local Arizona...Show More Summary
Trump cracks a joke about undermining our democracy and his adoring fans lap it up. Source: The Hill Donald Trump opened up a Thursday campaign rally by saying he'll accept the results of the presidential election as long as he wins. "I...Show More Summary
The Clinton campaign and Mrs. Obama's staff are reluctant to discuss motives for the obvious omission. [...] Mrs. Obama's rhetoric shows her trying to balance her position as first lady — a figure long viewed as out of the politicalShow More Summary
MSNBC finds world's saddest undecided voters. Still.
Zimbabwean opposition leader Tendai Biti knows a thing or two about rigged elections. Biti was arrested for treason and detained for a month after daring to suggest his party had defeated President Robert Mugabe in a vote in 2008. “They denied me food. They beat me up. They put me in leg irons. They beat [...]
A funny thing has happened on the way to the election—the lies Republicans have been getting away with for years are finally being exposed. Donald Trump's extreme, outrageous, and conspiracy-tainted lies are all just longstanding Republican...Show More Summary
The social media platform says the top tweeted moment was Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's discussion about treatment of women. Google Trends says the top issues researched were both candidates' stances on abortion, immigration and guns.
Just how bigly Did Donald Trump win? If you're Kellyanne Conway, the bigliest!
The newest accuser says Donald Trump groped her 18 years ago during the U.S. Open in New York. Karena Virginia?—?a self-described yoga instructor and life coach who lives in the New York City region?—?said at a press conference on Thursday morning that Trump approached her in 1998 while she was waiting for her car service [...]
They also decided it’s a rigged election. Daily Stormer Posts Pictures Of Hitler Next To Guns And Writes: “If We Don’t Win This, It’s Going To Be Open Race War.” In a post about Trump warning about election fraud, editor Andrew Anglin wrote:
Donald Trump just reiterated that he will not concede the election if he loses.
The founder and CEO of BuzzFeed claimed in a tweet Wednesday that when he was present, Ivanka Trump once told a gathering of friends and acquaintances she had never seen "a mulatto ---." Jonah Peretti made the allegation and wrote, "Surprised Ivanka would be shocked by lewd language. Show More Summary
Donald Trump, just now in a rally in Delaware, Ohio vowed that he'll accept the results of this "great and historic" election. On one condition. We are going to do something that has never been done before in this country. Believe me. Show More Summary
Last night Donald Trump said he hasn't decided if he'll accept the election results from Nov. 8th, so the Trump campaign surrogates are spinning like mad this morning. Is the correct analogy that their boss stuck his foot in his mouth,...Show More Summary
#earlyvoting is well under way in #kinston, #flooding seems to be minor and not stopping people from getting out #ncpol pic.twitter.com/tOedQRopUB — Melissa Boughton (@mel_bough) October 20, 2016
DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) — Donald Trump says he will 'totally accept' the results of the presidential election 'if I win'
Donald Trump's feud with Paul Ryan has had an effect: Trump's backers no longer like like or trust the far-right Speaker of the House.
In recent days, Donald Trump has blasted the election as "rigged" against him, raising questions of whether he would concede the race if he loses. Moderator Chris Wallace put that question to him at Wednesday's debate in Las Vegas. "I...Show More Summary