“The races that could flip the Senate”


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'Inside Politics' forecast: Outsiders' effect on 2016
‘Inside Politics’ forecast: Outsiders’ effect on 2016

CNN BREAKING NEWS


A CNN/ORC instant poll found that 52% of debate watchers viewed Hillary Clinton as the winner of the final presidential debate, compared to 39% who felt the same about Donald Trump.

Some Republicans were quick to condemn Trump’s refusal to say he would accept the outcome of the presidential election.

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, who has been a strong critic of his party’s nominee, tweeted, “.@realDonaldTrump saying that he might not accept election results is beyond the pale.”

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2nd PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE TONIGHT – CNN – 9pm


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CNN BREAKING NEWS . . .


Bernie Sanders empathized with his disappointed supporters but told them firmly that Hillary Clinton must win in November.

“Any objective observer will conclude that — based on her ideas and her leadership — Hillary Clinton must become the next president of the United States,” Sanders told Democratic National Convention delegates, some of them in tears during his speech.

The senator from Vermont sought to unite Democrats on the opening night of their convention, even as primary season divides were exacerbated by a leak of emails showing party leaders sided against his campaign. At various moments, shouts of “Bernie! Bernie!” rang out during speeches.

There was an orchestrated effort by some of the party’s most popular figures to heal the divides and bring Sanders supporters to Clinton’s side.

First lady Michelle Obama delivered an emphatic endorsement of Clinton, declaring “I’m with her” and taking a sharp swipe at Republican nominee Donald Trump, sparking a euphoric reception.

Liberal heroine Sen. Elizabeth Warren slammed Trump as a man who skipped on his debts and cheated other people, while saying Clinton was one of the “smartest, toughest, most tenacious people on this planet.”

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“Daily Caller’s Matt Lewis: Paul Ryan “Abdicated” The Role Of “Conscience Of Conservatism” By Supporting Trump”


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“CNN’s Dana Bash Defends Media From Trump’s Attacks For Questioning Him On Fundraising For Veterans’ Groups”


MEDIA MATTERS

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“MSNBC, CNN. and Fox News Ignore Hillary Clinton Speech To Show Trump’s Empty Podium”


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MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN are so in the bag for Donald Trump that they ignored Hillary Clinton's campaign speech in Las Vegas in favor of showing an empty podium before a Trump speech.
MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN are so in the bag for Donald Trump that they ignored Hillary Clinton’s campaign speech in Las Vegas in favor of showing an empty podium before a Trump speech.

“WATCH: Wolf Blitzer slams Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson over revival of Vince Foster conspiracy theories”


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“Watch Tamron Hall School White Right-Wing Radio Host For Opposing Transgender Equality”


MEDIA MATTERS

Hall: “Keep In Mind When Rosa Parks And Dr. King Were Fighting For Civil Rights, There Was Probably Some Radio Guy Also Saying Come On, That It Wasn't A Civil Rights Issue”
Hall: “Keep In Mind When Rosa Parks And Dr. King Were Fighting For Civil Rights, There Was Probably Some Radio Guy Also Saying Come On, That It Wasn’t A Civil Rights Issue”

“On CNN’s Reliable Sources, Arianna Huffington Explains How The Media Are Mainstreaming Trump’s Extremism”


MEDIA MATTERS

Huffington: "By Not Challenging These Statements," Media "Are Allowing Them To Become Part Of The Conversation, To Become Part Of The Mainstream"
Huffington: “By Not Challenging These Statements,” Media “Are Allowing Them To Become Part Of The Conversation, To Become Part Of The Mainstream”