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Trump in Politics
Source: Washington Post
September 23, 2016
By: Janell Ross

Look closely at the three passages below. One is 48 years old, delivered at the August 1968 Republican National Convention. The other was expressed this week, in Pittsburgh, Pa. One passage consists of the words of Richard Nixon. The other is Donald Trump.

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Friday, September 23, 2016, 02:04 PM
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Source: Washington Post
September 23 at 3:23 PM
By: Katie Zezima

Sen. Ted Cruz is endorsing Donald Trump's presidential campaign, the latest chapter in a rocky relationship between the two men that has ricocheted from fawning expressions of support to searing personal insults to, now, a kind of detente.

In a Facebook message posted Friday, Cruz said he has had "areas of significant disagreement" with Trump but cannot allow Hillary Clinton to become president.

"After many months of careful consideration, of prayer and searching my own conscience, I have decided that on Election Day, I will vote for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump," Cruz said, noting he is honoring a commitment he made to endorse the Republican nominee - something he stepped back from earlier this year.

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Friday, September 23, 2016, 12:48 PM
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Source: CBC News
By Éric Grenier
Sep 21, 2016

Not since a surge in the polls at the end of the Republican National Convention two months ago has Donald Trump been this close to winning the White House. But Trump has less margin for error than his Democratic rival, as his lead over Hillary Clinton in a number of swing states is slim.

According to the CBC's Presidential Poll Tracker, Clinton is currently averaging 44.7 per cent support among decided voters, compared with 42.8 per cent for Trump. The edge Clinton continues to hold over Trump has diminished rapidly - standing at well over six points in August and a little more than three points two weeks ago. That lead now sits at just 1.9 points.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016, 03:42 AM
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Source: WILX..com / Associated Press

Donald Trump says recent attacks in three states should be "a wake-up call for every American."
The Republican presidential contender made the comment in a statement released Monday. He warned that terrorists are rooting for Hillary Clinton to win the presidency so "they can continue their savagery and murder."

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by ervin.kosch@gmail.com
Tuesday, September 20, 2016, 07:54 AM
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Source: New York Times

The campaign of Donald J. Trump, whose grass-roots organizing in Florida is far behind that of conventional presidential nominees, promised $1.9 million for a ground game in the state but has yet to come through with the money, less than five weeks before early voting begins.

Warning that there is “no time to waste,” Susan Wiles, Mr. Trump’s Florida state director, wrote in an internal email on Sunday that the campaign’s New York leaders gave a “green light” to begin spending a seven-figure sum for a field program to get out the vote. On Monday, Ms. Wiles said the money was being delayed.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016, 07:40 AM
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Source: Fox News
September 19, 2016

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed sharply Monday in the wake of weekend attacks across three states that rocketed national security back to the forefront of the campaign, with the Democratic nominee accusing her opponent of giving “aid and comfort” to the enemy – and Trump saying terrorists are “praying” Clinton gets elected.

The Republican nominee, at a rally Monday afternoon in Florida, went on to say the attacks in New York City, New Jersey and Minnesota “were made possible because of our extremely open immigration system” – and accused Clinton of pushing “the most open-borders policy” of any presidential candidate in history.

“Immigration security is national security,” Trump said.

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Monday, September 19, 2016, 06:57 PM
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Source: The New York Times
By PETER EAVIS
SEPT. 19, 2016

Donald J. Trump boycotted a televised debate in January, instead holding a high-profile charity event for veterans in Iowa that helped raise millions of dollars from donors around the country.

But Mr. Trump’s charitable foundation, the organization through which many of the donations were made, did not take a basic legal step that nonprofit experts say is required of charities when they hold fund-raisers that may draw donors from many states.

Some 40 states require registration by charities raising money within their borders. But the Donald J. Trump Foundation does not show up in the charity registers of 38 of those states. The foundation has long been registered in New York, its home state.

The New York Times
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Monday, September 19, 2016, 02:01 PM
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By Jason Easley on Sun, Sep 18th, 2016 at 5:56 pm

Even Fox News's new poll revealed that an overwhelming majority of Americans don't think that the Republican nominee is qualified to be president.


Even Fox News’s new poll revealed that an overwhelming majority of Americans don’t think that the Republican nominee is qualified to be president.

Overall, the poll shows Clinton with a one-point lead (41%-40%) among likely voters and a four-point lead (41%-37%) among registered voters. Clinton’s lead with registered voters has doubled since the previous Fox News poll.

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PoliticusUSA.com
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Sunday, September 18, 2016, 05:36 PM
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Source: CNN International

President Barack Obama is expected to deliver a "call to action" Saturday at a Congressional Black Caucus awards dinner, a senior administration official tells CNN, and he will implore black voters to help stop Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Obama also is expected to respond directly to Trump's "birther" admission Friday -- he publicly acknowledged for the first time that Obama was born in the US -- but will likely do so in a "lighthearted" way, the official said.

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Saturday, September 17, 2016, 06:35 PM
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Source: L.A. Progressive

The latest LA Times/USC Nationwide Tracking poll has Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton by six points! Maybe that poll is an outlier, a blip, mistaken in some way. And yet it’s not terribly out of step with other general election polls that have Trump ahead, even, or just a little behind.

Sure, polls go up and down during a race, and maybe Trump’s lead will evaporate now that Clinton is back on the campaign trail, demonstrating that her collapse at the 9-11 event was not as serious as it seemed.

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Saturday, September 17, 2016, 05:36 PM
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