FakeNewsScam

President Trump on Saturday called the ongoing controversy about his White House campaign linked to Russia a “total scam.”  Congress and the FBI are conducting investigations about whether a direct connection existed between campaign officials and Kremlin operatives, amid Trump’s insistence about no such contact.

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Spy Rice

Obama’s National Security Advisor Susan Rice admitted that she used the intelligence community to spy on members of the Trump team, but this type of behavior isn’t anything new.  In fact, it appears the Obama White House had been spying on its political opponents and leaking classified information about them long before Donald Trump won the presidential election last November.

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Electoral College

  Letters to the Editor at NYT The Electoral College Does Its Federalist Job We should be very wary of tinkering with this elegant constitutional establishment. Regarding your editorial “The ‘Excellent’ Electoral College” (Nov. 15): The Electoral College is one of the many imaginative ideas that the founders instituted that has helped preserve the stability of our system of national […]

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Unhealthy Hillary

Unhealthy Hillary Clinton had a “medical episode” that required her to leave a 9/11 commemoration ceremony early on Sunday, a law enforcement source who witnessed the event told Fox News. The Democratic presidential nominee appeared to faint on her way into her van and had to be helped by her security, the source said. She was “clearly having some type […]

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Polls tighten close race 2 point race

Pollster Zogby: ‘Back to a close race polls tighten,’ Clinton 38%, Trump 36%  It’s just a 2-point race, Clinton 38%, Trump 36% Washington Examiner.  The convention polling bumps for Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are over, and they are practically even, according to a new poll of likely voters. A Zogby Analytics survey provided to Secrets Tuesday […]

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Trump hammered on RIGGED election

RIGGED election?  There was a time not that long ago when if you asked some people why they chose not to vote in Presidential elections, an answer you would frequently hear was, “My vote doesn’t count anyway, so why bother?” For the “most part,” if you heard that answer, you knew it was coming from an utterly clueless American with […]

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