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There can be no doubt that the series of electronic thefts of information from Democrats, released with the obvious purpose of damaging Clinton’s campaign, represented major crimes. The serious nature of those offenses is aggravated by their purpose, striking at the heart of the republic.
As Trump adviser and former CIA director James Woolsey describes his avoidance tactics in this droll CNN interview, we can expect the president-elect to keep “weaving around and attracting everybody’s attention” on Russian hacking.
When Donald Trump turns into Truth Trump at a Wisconsin rally: “You’ve been hearing me say it’s a rigged system. But now I don’t say that any more, because I won. Now, I don’t care. I don’t care!”
“Recent reports of Russian interference in our election should alarm every American,” said Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham in a public statement. “This cannot become a partisan issue. The stakes are too high for our country.”
Offering an overview of the Republican “voter fraud” myth, Samantha Bee includes a great 1970s clip of the late far-right guru Paul Weyrich, explaining exactly why Republicans always want fewer Americans to participate in elections. And she highlights current video of Reince Priebus, soon to be White House chief of staff, refining his capacity to lie on camera.
Stein plans to announce “the next step” in the presidential recount effort on Monday during a previously scheduled news conference at Trump Tower in New York City.
What kind of phone conversations would occur between Obama and Trump, these two very different public figures? Until this moment we could only imagine.
Meyers offers hope, simply because Trump has “held every position on every issue.” And he even has a last-ditch plan for the president-elect to avert a disastrous presidency.
For the moment, I assured the children that Donald Trump, in his victory speech, promised to unite the country and be fair to everyone — to be nicer, in the vernacular of elementary school.
“Markets are reacting as though the four horsemen of the apocalypse just rode out of Trump Tower,” said Sean Callow, a foreign exchange analyst in Sydney.
Polls in the Eastern time zones of Indiana and Kentucky were the first to close, with vital battleground states such as Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio scheduled to close soon after.
Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx erected a board next to Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s gravestone where people could place “I voted” stickers.
Carrying the satire of medical advertising and millennial angst to an inevitable conclusion, this upbeat message warns starkly of the potential side effects of a “protest vote.”
His reasoning and explanation are classic Louis, which means painfully candid, profane, and funny. He tells Conan the most important qualification that Trump lacks, too.
The mysterious Internet document dump immediately stoked fresh consternation about FBI director James Comey’s clumsy intervention in the presidential race.
The filmmaker explains to Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly why the Trump ploy is so laughable — and why he produced “a sort of a humorous love poem” to Hillary Clinton.
The Republican challenger has already benefitted from foreign hacking, persuasively attributed to Russia, of the private, and often embarrassing, emails of the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s staff.
Some national polls had the race tightening though others had Clinton maintaining her solid lead. But the Reuters/Ipsos project illustrates that the broader picture remains bleak for Trump with 17 days to go.