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NRA Endorses Donald Trump at National Convention

Friday May 20, 2016 – LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The National Rifle Association endorsed Donald Trump at its national convention here on Friday, a late show of support from the nation’s biggest pro-gun-rights group for the presumptive GOP nominee. The endorsement comes despite persistent skepticism from conservatives over Trump’s sincerity on the Second Amendment, after the candidate shifted from backing an ...

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Megyn Kelly rips critics of her interview with Donald Trump

Thursday May 19, 2016 – Fox News host Megyn Kelly on Wednesday defended her interview with Donald Trump from critics who accused her of being soft on the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. During her show Wednesday, Kelly said “these critics failed to disclose their own bias against Trump, against Fox News, against the GOP.” The Fox News host specifically accused ...

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Fox News poll: Donald Trump grabs lead from Hillary Clinton

Thursday May 19, 2016 –Donald Trump holds a slight lead over Hillary Clinton — 45% to 42% — among registered voters, according to a new national Fox News poll. The lead is within the poll’s 3-point margin of error, but could reflect growing support for the presumptive Republican nominee as the likely Democratic nominee, Clinton, remains mired in a contentious ...

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Trump unveils his potential Supreme Court nominees

Wednesday may 18, 2016 –Donald Trump on Wednesday unveiled a list of 11 judges he would consider nominating to fill the seat of late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, an unusual move for a presidential candidate that underscores his efforts to appeal to conservatives. The list includes: Steven Colloton of Iowa, Allison Eid of Colorado, Raymond Gruender of ...

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A Defiant Sanders Threatens Democratic Unity

Wednesday May 18, 2016 – Remember when it was the Republicans who had a unity problem? Well, consider the events and actions of the last four days on the Democratic side. On Saturday, Bernie Sanders’ supporters revolted at the Nevada state Democratic convention — all over a caucus process Hillary Clinton originally won in February, 53%-47%. Afterwards, the state party ...

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Bud Pierce, Dennis Richardson attempt to end GOP drought in Oregon elections

Wednesday may 18, 2016 – Oregon Gov. Kate Brown replaced one doctor in February 2015, taking office after the resignation of then-Gov. John Kitzhaber. She’ll face another this fall in her first gubernatorial campaign, after Salem oncologist Bud Pierce had a surprisingly easy time Tuesday securing the Republican nomination. Pierce, who now has the daunting task of trying to end Democrats’ ...

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Sanders revolt could upend Democratic convention

Tuesday May 17, 2016 -Sen. Barbara Boxer, a veteran of Democratic politics, says she never saw anything quite like this before. Loud cursing, shouting, obscene gestures and vile insults, including crude comments about the female anatomy. It was all on display over the weekend as supporters of Bernie Sanders turned the Nevada State Democratic Convention into chaos. “I was not ...

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