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Clinton leads Trump in Nevada

Fifty-seven percent of likely Nevada voters also thought that Clinton had won Monday's first presidential debate-reiterating responses from a range of analysts, pundits and polls following their one-on-one debate. The telephone poll included 600 likely voters and was conducted September 27-28 it has a margin of error of 4 points. Clinton's lead in MI brings is similar to margins she had in August coming out of the Democratic National Convention, but polling in September showed she was lead ...

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Trump campaign: Mike Pence had a 'spectacular' debate performance

Ms. Conway said Mr. Trump was trying to answer questions as they were asked in the first debate, while Mrs. Clinton was "trying to get out those five or six zingers that she had rehearsed". Fair-minded voters will come away from the debate concluding that either Kaine or Pence could step in and serve as president, Palazzolo said. Pence frequently avoided taking the bait - a shrewd move for a conservative darling who could have eyes on the Oval Office himself if Trump loses in November.

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Can Donald Trump Show He's Sorry?

But almost as many (25%) say they'd be less likely to support a candidate who abandoned their party's nominee. Obviously the latest controversy over his boasts about groping women is sure to be raised, and Trump would be wise to do something he's rarely done: Offer an unqualified apology, one that doesn't include attacks against Bill Clinton's past indiscretions or that dismisses his graphic language in 2005 as "locker room banter", as he did in his initial statement after the video was ...

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1 killed, 8 wounded in gunfire at party in Michigan

Terry Dixon. Officers were notified of the shooting while en route to the facility. The shooting is reported to have occurred at a strip mall on 28th Street near Kalamazoo Avenue. Police are processing the evidence at the scene. Some of the victims have been treated and released while others remain hospitalized. Police say the shootings occurred about 3:45 a.m.

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Ted Cruz officially endorses Donald Trump in Facebook post

Mr Cruz said that he made the decision to keep a promise that he would support the Republican nominee and blasted Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton as " wholly unacceptable ". The Cruz decision is expected to help bolster Trump's campaign by rallying conservative Republican voters. He faces a possible Senate primary challenge from Texas Representative Michael McCaul, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee.

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Baylor Title IX leader resigns amid dispute over her role

Garland said in a statement. Charges that she was the victim of retaliation are included in those complaints. "The more I asked and the more I tried, I was being retaliated against for fighting against discrimination-continuing to lose authority, being disconnected to meetings and conversations, the university making decisions that only a Title IX coordinator should make based on more protection for the brand rather than protecting our students".