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New York Times

Hillary Clinton to Paint Ominous Portrait of Donald Trump's Links to 'Alt-Right'
New York Times
Hillary Clinton plans to deliver a major address on Thursday denouncing Donald J. Trump's embrace of the “alt-right” political philosophy, presenting his choice as an especially ominous turn in a presidential election full of them. The speech, at a ...
Clinton on foundation attacks: 'I know there's a lot of smoke, and there's no fire'CNN
Hillary Clinton takes aim at Donald Trump's ties to 'alt-right' world of radical conservativesLos Angeles Times
Clinton leads Trump by 10 in national pollPolitico
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USA TODAY

GOP changes in store after Election Day — win or lose, Trump or no Trump
USA TODAY
When a political party loses a presidential election, it usually has to change — the bigger the loss, the bigger the change. But Republicans could face greater upheaval if Donald Trump wins in November than if he loses. A Trump victory would redefine ...
Poll finds rejection of many of Trump's views on immigrationWashington Post
In Stunning Reversal, Trump Suggests He'd 'Work With' Immigrants In US IllegallyNPR
HUFFPOLLSTER: Donald Trump Might Be Gaining Support Among Republican VotersHuffington Post
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NBCNews.com

First Read: Trump's Stunning Flip-Flop on Immigration
NBCNews.com
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter. Trump's stunning flip-flop on immigration. Earlier this week, we wrote that Trump was weighing the ...

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FiveThirtyEight

Can Kellyanne Conway Get Donald Trump To Stop Alienating Women?
FiveThirtyEight
In national polls, Trump is down by about 6 percentage points, and Hillary Clinton is beating him among women voters 58 to 35 percent, according to a recent ABC News-Washington Post poll. Even among Republican women, Trump's prospects have tanked; ...
Fact check: Trump on Clinton's emailsUSA TODAY
Donald Trump's new campaign manager: "Perhaps" Trump should release his medical recordsCBS News
Rachel Maddow's fascinating duel with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, annotatedWashington Post
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CNN

Trump makes Minnesota ballot at last minute
CNN
Former Minnesota Republican operative Michael Brodkorb spotted the omission late Wednesday and detailed the problems in a series of tweets. "Again: Process for Trump to be on MN ballot. #MNGOP didn't officially elect alternate electors - trouble ahead?
Trump temporarily missing from Minnesota ballotPolitico

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Washington Post

How many votes will Trump give up by not running a professional campaign? A lot.
Washington Post
Stories about the ramshackle nature of the Trump campaign are abundant. A recent article called Donald Trump's organization “more concert tour than presidential campaign.” A 12-year-old appears to be running Trump's field office in a populous Colorado ...
Trump Is Making More States Competitive. Red States.FiveThirtyEight
Trump's Lawyers Had a Very Good SummerMother Jones

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WIRED

Area Filmmaker Not So Thrilled Trump Used His Footage in an Ad
WIRED
So imagine Penhaul's surprise when last week, Trump released his latest ad, titled “Two Americas: Immigration,” featuring some of Penhaul's own footage. “It's bizarre, isn't it?” Penhaul, who learned about the ad thanks to super sleuths on Twitter, says.


TIME

What Donald Trump Knew About Undocumented Workers at His Signature Tower
TIME
In the summer of 1980, Donald Trump faced a big problem. For six months, undocumented Polish laborers had been clearing the future site of Trump Tower, his signature real estate project on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, where he now lives, maintains his ...

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New York Times

The Downwardly Mobile for Trump
New York Times
Among these working-class individuals, one might think that Mr. Trump would do best with people with lower incomes and more tenuous connections to the job market. In accepting his party's nomination, he claimed to be the voice of “laid-off factory ...


BBC News

Donald Trump can beat polls, UKIP's Nigel Farage tells rally
BBC News
Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage has urged Republicans to "get your walking boots on" and drum up support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. He appeared before 15,000 activists in Jackson, Mississippi, being introduced by and sharing ...
Trump Calls Clinton a Bigot as British 'Brexit' Leader Stumps for HimNew York Times
Nigel Farage Joins Donald Trump To Assail Hillary ClintonHuffington Post
Nigel Farage's appearance at a Donald Trump rally puzzled many peopleMashable
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