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Michelle Fields has moved on.

Breitbart? Not so much.

Fields was the Breitbart reporter whose arm was grabbed by Donald Trump's top aide, Corey Lewandowski, back in March. She left the news outlet, citing a lack of support from the organization in the uproar that followed. But now she's back on her feet, CNN reported Sunday, accepting a job at The Huffington Post to report on ... Trump.

Her decision was mocked by Breitbart reporter Patrick Howley who seemed to delight in the fact that he was still employed at the conservative website and argued that Fields' prominence, along with her fiance, Jamie Weinstein, in the "Republican establishment" had wavered.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Before deciding if she'll vote for Donald Trump, Martha McSally says she'll spend time "determining what kind of man he is." Mia Love says some comments by the presumptive Republican presidential candidate need "some sort of explanation," while Renee Ellmers backs him because he's "a problem solver."

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In a sign of Democratic unification, the Democratic National Committee has announced that in a break with past practice both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will appoint some representatives to the party's 15-member platform committee.

The platform is considered a symbolic document, but after a tumultuous primary, Sanders and Clinton both getting to appoint their own representatives sends a signal to their supporters that both candidates' views will be represented within the party ahead of the general election. The Washington Post called the new arrangement "highly unusual." Typically, the chairman of the DNC would get to appoint the entirety of the committee.

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Mary Lou Bruner has suggested that President Obama was a prostitute and that humans roamed the earth with dinosaurs, all without hurting her status as the frontrunner for an open seat on the Texas Board of Education.

Comments she made recently to a group of superintendents referencing questionable statistics and non-existent meetings with school officials have provided the only glimmer of hope for her opponents that she could be defeated in the runoff election Tuesday.

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