Why Trump will win in November

Hillary Clinton had a bad week. Hey, let’s face it, she’s pretty much had a bad month, and it doesn’t look like the future bodes much better for her. The scathing report recently released by the inspector general at the State Department put her directly under a spotlight, and everyone could see clearly how she … Read more

U.S. going ape over whole gorilla megillah

A 450-pound gorilla named Harambe was killed after a 3-year-old child fell into the enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo on May 28 Since a 3-year-old little boy fell into an enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo Saturday and zoo personnel killed Harambe, a 17-year-old, 450-pound gorilla seen hovering over the child, public reaction to the slaying has exploded on the … Read more

Trump picks up support from North Korea

(TORONTO SUN) — North Korea is apparently backing Donald Trump’s bid for the U.S. presidency. An editorial Tuesday in the state-run DPRK Today praised the Repulbican standard-bearer as a “wise politician” and a “far-sighted presidential candidate.” Likely Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton was described as “dull.” Source link

Jeff Sessions to GOP: Adapt to Trump or die

(POLITICO) — Sen. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, Donald Trump’s friendly but fierce Alabama ally, has a message for Republicans still queasy about their party’s nominee: Tide’s about to roll over you. Sessions, a 69-year-old former state attorney general who famously donned the “Make America Great Again” trucker’s cap at a massive rally in Mobile last … Read more

12 conspiracy theories Trump embraces

(Think Progress) — You can find conspiracy theorists on street corners, call-in radio shows and social media. Soon, you might be able to find one in the Oval Office. Generally, presidential candidates tend to shy away from conspiracy theories. They involve a mixture of paranoia and gullibility that seems ill-suited for someone seeking access to … Read more

Stephen Hawking can't explain Trump's popularity

(INDEPENDENT) — Stephen Hawking has said the popularity of “demagogue” Donald Trump is beyond even his understanding. The world-famous theoretical physicist has made no secret of his disdain for the likely Republican Party presidential nominee – previously joking about his intelligence. Asked if his knowledge of the universe meant he could explain the popular appeal … Read more

Trump is a 'shape-shifting lizard' on road sign

(STAR-TELEGRAM) — DALLAS — Those highway sign pranksters are at it again — to the dismay of the Texas Department of Transportation — and this time they are taking playful aim at presidential candidate Donald Trump. Early Tuesday, someone broke into three portable, electronic highway signs along Interstate 30 in Dallas County and changed the … Read more

Libertarian Gary Johnson a wild card in wild race

(ROLLCALL) — Two days into his official campaign, newly nominated Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson is already presenting a potential upset in what has been a hugely unpredictable election year. Johnson, a former governor of New Mexico, said during a CNN interview Tuesday that his campaign would offer “the best of both worlds” between two … Read more

Trump rips 'sleazy' media over vet donations

(FOX NEWS) Donald Trump fired back Tuesday at reports questioning his fundraising haul from a high-profile veterans event in January, releasing an extensive list of charities he said received the donations — and slamming the media for questioning him. During a press conference at Trump Tower, the presumptive Republican nominee said he’s raised $5.6 million … Read more

Stephen Hawking stumped by Trump’s standing in polls

Stephen Hawking Even a brainiac like theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has his intellectual limits, it seems. In an interview from London, the University of Cambridge professor admitted he was stumped by Donald Trump’s popularity – that he couldn’t, for the life of him, understand why the billionaire businessman’s message was resonating so well with voters. … Read more

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