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The Clinton campaign released a web video Monday morning targeting Donald Trump over a New York Times report that he declared nearly $1 billion in business losses on his 1995 tax return, likely allowing him to avoid income taxes for the next 18 years.
Responding to Donald Trump’s relentless targeting of former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) mocked Trump on Friday for focusing more on womens’ bodies than actual policy questions.
Hillary Clinton on Friday needled Donald Trump for his apparent obsession with Alicia Machado, saying it was easier for Trump to insult the former Miss Universe than to demand payment for his border wall from the Mexican president.
Donald Trump tweeted Friday afternoon that he shouldn't be criticized for tweeting about former Miss Universe Alicia Machado's purported "sex tape" in the wee hours of the morning because "at least you know I will be there, awake, to answer the call!"
The chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy Moore, on Friday was suspended for the remainder of his term for ordering judges not to grant marriage licenses to gay couples, local TV station WBMA reported.
Howard Dean was largely unapologetic Friday morning when he returned to MSNBC, where he is a paid contributor, to defend his allegations that Donald Trump may have been high on cocaine during the first presidential debate.
Over the course of a tense few minutes Thursday afternoon, MSNBC's Chuck Todd tried to pin down a Donald Trump spokesman on a simple point: From bogus online polls to “rigged” Google results to Sputnik News articles, why does the Trump campaign insist on “creating a reality that doesn't exist?”