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Do Donald Trump's "gaffes" really hurt him? A super PAC supporting Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) is betting on it.

In a newly released web ad titled "Trump's Greatest Hits," the New Day for America super PAC strings together some of Trump's most over-the-top Trumpisms since he jumped into the Republican primary, including the one where he tells The View's hosts that "if Ivanka weren't my daughter perhaps I'd be dating her."

The mashup also highlights Trump's disdain for Fox News host and debate moderator Megyn Kelly as it asks "Presidential?, Commander in Chief?","Leader of the Free World?"

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Ben Carson told reporters on Monday that he has seen the news coverage of New Jersey residents cheering after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, a debunked rumor resurfaced by Donald Trump over the weekend.

He told reporters in Nevada that he "saw the film" of New Jersey residents cheering, later clarifying that he saw the "newsreels" of the cheering, according to ABC News.

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CNN host Carol Costello on Monday asked Karen Majewski, the mayor of Hamtramck, Michigan, if she was concerned about the growing population of Muslims in her city.

After discussing New York City's monitoring of Muslims following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Costello noted that Hamtramck is a "majority-Muslim-American city" and asked Majewski, "Are you afraid?"

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WILTON, Iowa (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson likens his learning foreign policy to his ability to absorb changing complex medical practices. But Carson is standing by his support for monitoring groups he describes as "anti-American" and keeping Syrian refugees out of the United States.

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Washington, D.C., Police Chief Cathy Lanier told the public in an interview aired on Sunday that those involved in an active shooting should either run, hide, or fight, adding that if someone is able to take the gunman out, then that's the best way to save lives.

"Your options are run, hide, or fight," Lanier told Anderson Cooper on CBS' "60 Minutes."

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