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Caitlin MacNeal

Caitlin MacNeal is a News Writer based in Washington, D.C. Before joining TPM, Caitlin interned and wrote for the Huffington Post, the Sunlight Foundation and Slate. She is a graduate of Georgetown University.

Articles by Caitlin

The Hillary Clinton campaign on Monday announced that it will boost its coordinated efforts in Arizona, an historically red state, with more than $2 million for ads, as well as mail and digital ads.

Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said on a call with reporters that the state would still be an "uphill climb" for the campaign, but that Donald Trump's recent rhetoric has put the state in play.

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Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who has been very involved in the Republican nominee's campaign, met with an investor about possibly launching a Trump television network, the Financial Times reported Monday morning.

Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump, met with Aryeh Bourkoff, the founder and CEO of the investment bank LionTree, some time within the past couple of months, the Financial Times reported, citing three unnamed sources.

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During a campaign event for Hillary Clinton in Denver, Colorado, on Sunday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tore into Donald Trump, ridiculing him for attacking the physical appearance of the women who have recently accused him of sexual misconduct.

"I never in my life thought that we would see a nominee for president of the United States who calls women fat pigs and bimbos. I never thought we would see a nominee for president who would brag about sexually assaulting women. I never thought I would see a nominee who would attack his victims who came forward, saying they were too ugly to have been the objects of his assault," Warren said.

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As Donald Trump goes after the physical appearance of the woman who have accused him of sexual misconduct, his running mate Mike Pence on Sunday would not join Trump in attacking the women.

During a Sunday interview on NBC's "Meet the Press," Pence dismissed the 2005 tape revealing Trump's vulgar comments about women as "just talk." NBC's Chuck Todd noted that Trump has now attacked the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct and asked Pence if he really believes Trump's 2005 tape was "just talk."

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As Donald Trump's poll numbers suffer in the aftermath of vulgar comments surfaced in a 2005 tape and several accusations of sexual misconduct, the Republican nominee on Sunday lashed out at House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) and warned of a "rigged election."

Trump started going after Ryan when the Speaker distanced himself from the GOP nominee after the 2005 tape in which Trump brags about groping women, and Trump has not relented on the Speaker. And he continued to complain about a lack of support from Ryan on Sunday.

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Donald Trump's Friday afternoon rally in Greensboro, North Carolina reportedly turned violent when a protester interrupted the GOP nominee, prompting a Trump supporter in the crowd to shove the protester and put the protester in a headlock.

Several reporters who captured the incident on video said that a Trump supporter attacked a protester after the protester interrupted Trump's speech, and the Republican nominee asked for the protester to leave. The videos appear to show the Trump supporter chasing after the protester, putting him in a headlock, and shoving the protester's head.

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Mike Pence on Friday morning promised that the Donald Trump campaign will present evidence by the end of the day to challenge accusations about Trump's sexual misconduct.

"Before the day is out there will be more evidence publicly that shows and calls into question these latest allegations," Pence said on CBS' "This Morning."

When asked what information would be coming out, Pence told the CBS hosts to "stay tuned."

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In a 2013 radio interview on the "The Opie and Anthony Show" surfaced by Buzzfeed News on Thursday, Donald Trump Jr. complains about women making charges of sexual harassment in the workplace, suggesting that women who have a trouble with men making certain comments should go teach kindergarten.

The comments came as Trump Jr. and the hosts were discussing whether women should be allowed at male-only golf courses.

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