Tired of hearing about Hillary Clinton’s damned emails? Bad news: The periodic releases of Clinton’s emails are expected to continue through Election Day and well beyond – whether Clinton is elected president or not.
A series of lawsuits is for the first time allowing voters to learn the magnitude of the potentially damaging emails Hillary Clinton failed to hand over to the State Department despite repeated assurances that she had done so. Conservative groups now are strategically releasing never-seen-before emails to hurt her presidential campaign.
This week, a new batch of emails appears to show that Clinton family foundation officials tried to secure special treatment at the State Department for one donor and one associate.
If she had her druthers, none of them would be out. She didn’t want to have people see her emails.
Tom Fitton, the president of the conservative group Judicial Watch, which released the latest batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails.
You made it through another week in the campaign. Just 89 days until we start counting votes.
Here’s your daily news roundup
First, I’d get out of Iraq right now.
Donald Trump, speaking of the Iraq withdrawal he fervently supported in a 2008 interview with British GQ. He now says that because of the withdrawal and the power vacuum it created, Obama “
▪ Donald Trump, in an interview, says he might push for American terror suspects to face trial at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
▪ Trump has boasted about his on-site child-care services for employees. Problem is: They’re not for employees.
▪ Cut him off: Don’t give Trump any money, dozens of Republicans tell the RNC.
▪ It’s possible that Donald Trump doesn’t pay any taxes.
▪ Amid uproar, Trump adds eight women to his all-male economic adviser team.
Here’s your weekend reads
▪ In a 2007 disposition, Trump was caught in 30 falsehoods.
▪ 250 and counting: A running list of the people, places and things Donald Trump has insulted on Twitter.
▪ How the China shock, deep and swift, spurred the rise of Trump.
▪ From the Borowitz Report: Trump blasts media for reporting the stuff he says.
▪ And, it’s the weekend. Download your own Presidential Dinner Party.
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