Monday, November 7, 2016

Donald Trump Promises FBI Agents Will Keep After Hillary Clinton Even If James Comey Won't - Huffington Post

Donald Trump Promises FBI Agents Will Keep After Hillary Clinton Even If James Comey Won't - Huffington Post



The Political Mr. Comey - Wall Street Journal

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The Political Mr. Comey
Wall Street Journal
It looks like our contributor, former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, was right last week. FBI Director James Comey's review of newly discovered Hillary Clinton-related emails was never going to change his legal judgment because the FBI and Justice ...
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James Comey Writes Again - The New Yorker

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James Comey Writes Again
The New Yorker
On Sunday afternoon, with a day and a half left before the Presidential election, James Comey, the director of the F.B.I., sent a letter to congressional leaders to “supplement” a message he had sent them on October 28th. The earlier letter, as he put ...
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Donald Trump Promises FBI Agents Will Keep After Hillary Clinton Even If James Comey Won't - Huffington Post

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Donald Trump Promises FBI Agents Will Keep After Hillary Clinton Even If James Comey Won't
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Donald Trump on Sunday promised supporters that “rank-and-file” FBI agents would continue their investigation of his Democratic opponent, even as the agency's chief announced the case was closed. FBI Director James Comey shook up the presidential ...
Trump rejects FBI's email conclusionPolitico
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Trump's campaign manager labels Clinton email investigation a 'hot mess' - and denies that The Donald's not allowed ... - Daily Mail

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Trump's campaign manager labels Clinton email investigation a 'hot mess' - and denies that The Donald's not allowed ...
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With just one day to go before Election Day, Donald Trump's Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway said there were still 'very troubling open questions' about the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. Such as, 'Why reopen the investigation if ...
Kellyanne Conway on FBI News: Comey 'Mishandled the Investigation from the Beginning'Mediaite
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Trump Blasts FBI for Clinton Email Conclusion: 'You Can't Review 650000 New Emails in Eight Days' - PEOPLE.com

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Trump Blasts FBI for Clinton Email Conclusion: 'You Can't Review 650000 New Emails in Eight Days'
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Trump also repeated his argument that the system is rigged: “Right now, she is being protected by a rigged system. It's a totally rigged system.” (Earlier this month, just after the FBIannounced its renewed investigationTrump told a crowd in New ...
FBI will not change decision regarding Hillary Clinton's emailsDaily Mail
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Donald Trump's Big Bet on Less Educated Whites - New York Times

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Donald Trump's Big Bet on Less Educated Whites
New York Times
Donald Trump's Big Bet on Less Educated Whites. By FORD FESSENDEN NOV. 7, 2016. A potential victory for Donald J. Trump may hinge on one important (and large) group of Americans: whites who did not attend college. Polls have shown a deep division ...

Russia: Saber-Rattling or the Real Deal? - CBN News

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Russia: Saber-Rattling or the Real Deal?
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MOSCOW – The growing war of words between Russia and the West is spurring rumors of a new cold war. That fear led to recent emergency drills in which millions prepared for the possibility of nuclear war. In Moscow and across Russia, 40 million people ...
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M.N.: Appoint Trump an Ambassador to Russia! They love him. He will be out of sight, out of mind, too.

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Confident Clinton looks ahead to post-election bridge-building
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Russia Is Preparing a Syria Dilemma for the Next US President - World Politics Review

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Russia Is Preparing a Syria Dilemma for the Next US President
World Politics Review
Russia is planning to confront the next U.S. president with the dilemma of how to manage a bloody defeat in Syria on his or her first day in office: As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hurtle around America looking for last-minute votes, Moscow has ...

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Kidnapped US Marine vet is freed in Yemen after more than a year - Fox News

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Kidnapped US Marine vet is freed in Yemen after more than a year
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An American citizen detained by Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen for more than a year and a half has been released, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday. In a statement, Kerry welcomed reports of the release of Wallead Yusuf Pitts Luqman, ...
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Islamic State's 'dark universe': cyberwar, killer drones and poison clouds - UPI.com

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Islamic State's 'dark universe': cyberwar, killer drones and poison clouds
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In another tactical innovation in its asymmetric strategy against an enemy that outnumbers it by at least 10 to 1, IS intensified its cyberwar operations to unprecedented levels, greatly extending the Internet campaign of psychological warfare it ...

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Clinton aide said in email that FBI chief was 'bad choice' - WTOP

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Clinton aide said in email that FBI chief was 'bad choice'
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior aide to Hillary Clinton privately dismissed FBI Director James Comey as “a bad choice” in October 2015, according to hacked emails published Thursday. The blunt assessment foreshadowed the dramatic ... The U.S. government ...
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Russia Received No Intel From US on Any Terrorist Organization in Syria - MoD - Sputnik International

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Russia Received No Intel From US on Any Terrorist Organization in Syria - MoD
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The head of the German opposition Alternative for Germany (AfD) party apparatus in an interview to Sputnik made several predictions on future US-German relations in case Donald Trump is elected as new American president. 2322. Emergency Ministry's ...

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Russia Aims to Disrupt Other Western Elections, US Officials Say - Wall Street Journal

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Russia Aims to Disrupt Other Western ElectionsUS Officials Say
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WASHINGTON—A Russian-backed hacking effort that has rocked the presidential campaign may peak on Election Day, but is likely to continue next year and into 2018 as Moscow seeks to influence U.S. politics and key elections in Europe, Obama ... 
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Trolling for Trump: How Russia Is Trying to Destroy Our Democracy - War on the Rocks

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Trolling for Trump: How Russia Is Trying to Destroy Our Democracy
War on the Rocks
Those were the days. Now, instead of pranking petitions, Russian influence networks online are interfering with the 2016 U.S. election. Many people, especially Hillary Clinton supporters, believe that Russia is actively trying to put Donald Trump in ...

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U.S. To Launch Cyberattacks If Russia Interferes In The Elections - Ubergizmo

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U.S. To Launch Cyberattacks If Russia Interferes In The Elections
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If you've been following all of the developments related to the upcoming presidential elections in the United States, then you might have heard some people say that Russia is trying to hack the United States to try and influence the elections in some way.

Russia-U.S. Ties Have Changed, No Matter Who Wins The Election

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WASHINGTON -- In January 2013, just before she left her position as secretary of state in U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration, Hillary Clinton offered some parting advice for her boss about ties with Russia.
“In stark terms, I advised the president that difficult days lay ahead and that our relationship with Moscow would likely get worse before it got better,” Clinton recounted in her memoir Hard Choices, published the following year.
She was right: Russia-U.S. ties got worse fast -- and it’s unclear when they might get better.
Clinton may end up in the White House in January, if the majority of polls hold true.
But even if her Republican rival, Donald Trump, pulls off a victory, this much will also be true after November 8: U.S. relations with Russia have fundamentally changed. Now, as it was during the Cold War, Moscow is again at or near the top of the United States’ foreign policy agenda.
“We’re at a much lower plateau in relations than we have been in a long, long time,” said Thomas Graham, a former top Russia expert on the National Security Council during the George W. Bush administration in the 2000s.
Obama’s first-term bid to “reset” relations with Russia got off to a shaky start when the label on the big red button that Clinton pressed to symbolize the initiative was mistranslated as “overload.”
The gesture came seven months after Russia invaded Georgia and occupied a chunk of its territory. Other controversies, including a Russian law criminalizing gay “propaganda” and a U.S. law imposing sanctions on Russians accused of human rights abuses, also strained ties.
But the big rupture came in 2014, when Russia responded to the downfall of a Moscow-friendly president in Ukraine by seizing the Crimean Peninsula and backing separatists whose war against Kyiv continues despite cease-fire deals. And Moscow has thrown deadly firepower behind Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in that country’s civil war, seeking to prevent his ouster, challenge U.S. clout, and improve Russia’s sway in the Middle East.
“There’s a bipartisan consensus that we’ve got a significant problem with Russia, and if anything the position is we have to be even harder than we were in the past,” Graham said, adding that he does not “see anyone in a new administration coming in and saying ‘well, we need to do a reset, we need to put relations with Russia on a constructive track.”
Trump, the New York real-estate developer, has repeatedly displayed admiration for Vladimir Putin. In September, he said the Russian president has “great control over his country” and has been a leader far more than our president has been.”
He has also lamented what he calls a lack of cooperation between Washington and Moscow on common threats, such as Islamic State (IS) militants and terrorism.
"I would have a very, very good relationship with Putin, and I think I would have a very, very good relationship with Russia,” he said during a televised forum in September.
Those remarks have been welcomed in Moscow. Putin praised Trump at a business forum this year, calling him a “colorful, talented person, without any doubt,” and pro-Kremlin Russian media have talked up Trump while denigrating Clinton.
Trump’s ties to Russia, meanwhile, have come under close scrutiny. His former campaign chairman Paul Manafort used to represent Viktor Yanukovych, the Russian-allied ex-president of Ukraine. Another adviser, Carter Page, reportedly met with top Kremlin officials including those under U.S. sanctions. Page said last month he had left the campaign.
The red button that Hillary Clinton (right) used to symbolically declare a "reset" of U.S. relations with Moscow to her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov (left) in Geneva n 2009.
The red button that Hillary Clinton (right) used to symbolically declare a "reset" of U.S. relations with Moscow to her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov (left) in Geneva n 2009.
For her part, Clinton has made clear that she plans a more assertive approach to Russia. Many of her advisers on Russia and European affairs have spoken publicly about the need to push back against Moscow’s actions in Europe, Ukraine, Syria, and elsewhere.
Among those heading her Russian advisory team are Michael McFaul, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia; Phil Gordon, a former White House and State Department official; and Julie Smith, a former Pentagon official and deputy national security advisor to Vice President Joe Biden.
Also advising Clinton is James Stavridis, a retired U.S. admiral who was NATO’s commander between 2009 and 2013 and was short-listed to be Clinton’s running mate. He has regularly called for a tougher response to Russia, in Ukraine and, more recently, on the alleged hacking of U.S. election-related institutions.
Bipartisan Consensus
Even before the allegations of hacking and meddling in the U.S. elections, Clinton made clear that U.S. policy toward Russia would be much more assertive if she were elected.
"We can't dance around it anymore. We all wish it would go away," she said in a speech in 2015. "We all wish Putin would choose to modernize his country and move toward the West instead of sinking himself into historical roots of tsar-like behavior, and intimidation along national borders and projecting Russian power in places like Syria and elsewhere,” she said.
Add to this the fact that there is growing bipartisan consensus in Congress that a harder approach to Russia is merited.
From Moscow’s perspective, there’s little to indicate that Putin’s aggressive moves -- in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region, in Syria, and in the Baltic and Black seas -- will stop anytime soon.
“They’re going to continue to run military exercises. They’re going to continue to demonstrate their capabilities,” Graham said. “I don’t think they want the conflict in [the] Donbas to get out of hand, but they also don’t want to lose the ability to use the conflict as a bargaining chip.”
As secretary of state, Clinton was responsible for implementing the Russia “reset” Obama initiated in 2009, when Dmitry Medvedev was keeping Putin’s seat warm as president.
But Putin’s relationship with Clinton became strained even before he returned to the Kremlin in 2012 for his current six-year term. He accused her of inciting the antigovernment protests that broke out in Moscow after 2011 parliamentary elections that were marred by evidence of widespread fraud in favor of his ruling party.
‘Cyclical Pattern’
With opinion polls pointing to a Clinton victory, some Russian officials have been expressing hopes that the tough U.S. talk is a fixture of the election campaign and that criticism of Moscow would abate after the vote, giving way to a more pragmatic approach.
“We just have to wait until the end of the election campaign,” Sergei Ivanov, a close Putin ally who until August was his chief of staff, told the London-based Financial Times newspaper in an interview published on October 24. “We have to wait a couple more weeks; we just have to be patient.”
The U.S. election “really cannot come too soon,” Fyodor Lukyanov, a Russian foreign policy analyst with close government ties and editor of the journal Russia In Global Affairs, wrote in a commentaryon October 7. “Whoever wins, there will at least be some breathing space.”
But ahead of the vote, Russia put boulders in Clinton’s path toward engagement. The Kremlin pulled out of two symbolic but significant nuclear agreements in October. And Moscow continues to flout American efforts in Syria by backing the Syrian military’s assault on rebel-held eastern Aleppo.
The fiery spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, has accused the Obama administration of conducting a “scorched earth” policy toward Russia -- though U.S. officials believe that sounds more like what Moscow has been doing in the weeks before the election.
Lukyanov said the downturn in relations was part of a cyclical pattern between the two countries and pinned a substantial portion of blame for the tension on Obama, who he said had not built a personal relationship with Putin.
“The cyclical, step-by-step deterioration of the situation has now brought things to a really dangerous brink,” Lukyanov wrote. “The question now is how the transition will go -- and to what.”
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Reset To Overload: Russia-US Ties Have Changed, No Matter Who Wins The Election - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

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Reset To Overload: Russia-US Ties Have Changed, No Matter Who Wins The Election
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Although U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump (left) has been much more upbeat about Russian President Vladimir Putin (center) than his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton (right), Moscow is still likely to figure prominently in U.S. foreign policy ...
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Russia is escalating tensions ahead of the US elections, officials say - Alaska Dispatch News

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Russia is escalating tensions ahead of the US elections, officials say
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Just ahead of the U.S. presidential electionsRussian President Vladimir Putin appears to be pushing his conflict with the West to new heights. He has declared an end to a plutonium-disposal agreement with the United States. Two weeks ago, he ...

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Russia Is Escalating Tensions Ahead Of The US Elections, Officials Say - NDTV

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Russia Is Escalating Tensions Ahead Of The US Elections, Officials Say
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Just ahead of the U.S. presidential electionsRussian President Vladimir Putin appears to be pushing his conflict with the West to new heights. He has declared an end to a plutonium-disposal agreement with the United States. Two weeks ago, he ... 
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The only way Trump can win - Washington Post

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The only way Trump can win
Washington Post
This appeal seems to be having some success, as Mr. Trump pulls even with his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, in some national polls and surpasses her in likely voters' judgment on who is more trustworthy. Ultimately .... With the powers of the ...
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Worldview: Trump must not be elected president - Philly.com

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Worldview: Trump must not be elected president
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Many Trump supporters believe he would have "brilliant" advisers who would compensate for his lack of experience. But seasoned Republican security experts have shunned Trump because - as 50 former GOP national security officials wrote in a public ...

Trump would be huge threat to our security - The Seattle Times

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Trump would be huge threat to our security
The Seattle Times
But seasoned Republican security experts have shunned Trump because — as 50 former GOP national security officials wrote in a public statement — he “lacks the character, values and experience to be president.” Trump's only experienced security ...

Russian Intel Bots Are Boosting Infowars Alt-Right Twitter Accounts For Trump - Heat Street

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Russian Intel Bots Are Boosting Infowars Alt-Right Twitter Accounts For Trump
Heat Street
In my last article, I demonstrated how both pure robot twitter accounts, and curated robot twitter accounts, run from and by Russia, work to boost Donald Trump online. Further to that story, I have worked with a patriotic data scientist to model how ...

Trump and Russia: All the Moguls Men - Daily Beast

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Trump and Russia: All the Moguls Men
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Over the next several weeks, major outlets began to question seriously the Trump campaign's ties to Russia, if not indeed the Kremlin, and some of the most obvious links were right in the resumés of many senior members of his campaign team, some of ...

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Donald Trump's bromance with Vladimir Putin won't pay off: There is absolutely nothing to admire about Russia's ... - Salon

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Donald Trump's bromance with Vladimir Putin won't pay off: There is absolutely nothing to admire about Russia's ...
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Time and again over the years Trump has showered praise on Putin, claiming that the Russianleader has been good for his country and its image on the world stage – even after Russia's Cold War-like annexation of the Crimean Peninsula in 2014, its proxy ...
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Janet Reno, former US attorney general, dies at 78 - Washington Post

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Janet Reno, former US attorney general, dies at 78
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Janet Reno, the strong-minded Florida prosecutor tapped by Bill Clinton to become the country's first female U.S. attorney general, and who shaped the U.S. government's responses to the largest legal crises of the 1990s, died early Monday. She was 78.
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Georgia police officer killed, another wounded in shooting - Fox News

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Georgia police officer killed, another wounded in shooting
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A Georgia police officer was shot and killed and another was wounded on Sunday, authorities said. Peach County Coroner Kerry Rooks said Peach County Officer Patrick Sondron was pronounced dead at 6:40 p.m. at Peach County Medical Center. 

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Final Day's Polls Give Hillary Clinton a Narrow Lead - TIME

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Final Day's Polls Give Hillary Clinton a Narrow Lead
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The Political Mr. Comey - Wall Street Journal

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The Political Mr. Comey
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It looks like our contributor, former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, was right last week. FBI Director James Comey's review of newly discovered Hillary Clinton-related emails was never going to change his legal judgment because the FBI and Justice ...
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FBI's Comey upended the election, and pretty much everyone on Twitter is upset - USA TODAY

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FBI's Comey upended the election, and pretty much everyone on Twitter is upset
USA TODAY
FBI Director James Comey stepped into the 2016 spotlight again on Sunday with an announcement: The agency won't recommend charges against Hillary Clinton after all. Comey'sstatement came nine days after he announced a new review of the recently ...
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James Comey Writes Again - The New Yorker

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James Comey Writes Again
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On Sunday afternoon, with a day and a half left before the Presidential election, James Comey, the director of the F.B.I., sent a letter to congressional leaders to “supplement” a message he had sent them on October 28th. The earlier letter, as he put ...
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FBI declares it is finally done investigating Hillary Clinton's email - USA TODAY

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FBI declares it is finally done investigating Hillary Clinton's email
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WASHINGTON — In a stunning last-minute announcement, FBI director James Comey said Sunday the agency is still not recommending charges against Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton after reviewing newly discovered emails. In a letter to ...

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FBI Absolves Clinton Again, Two Days Ahead of U.S. Election - Bloomberg

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FBI Absolves Clinton Again, Two Days Ahead of U.S. Election
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The FBI's decision to stick by its finding that Hillary Clinton didn't commit a crime in her handling of e-mails as secretary of state again roiled the U.S. presidential race and markets, two days before the election. Rival Donald Trump implored his ... 
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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Scramble to Make Their Final Pleas - New York Times

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Scramble to Make Their Final Pleas
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Mrs. Clinton began her day in Philadelphia, speaking at the Mount Airy Church of God in Christ with Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey, a fellow Democrat. In a city where high black turnout could seal her grip on the presidency, Mrs. Clinton framed the ... 
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How much damage has FBI done to the Clinton campaign? - CNN

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How much damage has FBI done to the Clinton campaign?
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Sam Wang: There is no denying that Clinton took a hit of several percentage points after the Comey announcement. That's despite the fact that it was entirely possible that there were nothing more than copies of already-known emails sitting on a laptop ...

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Clinton looks poised to lock it up - Politico

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Clinton looks poised to lock it up
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Pressing to lock in her electoral advantage in the final hours of the 2016 campaign, Hillary Clinton will summon the collective firepower of the last two Democratic presidents on Monday while Donald Trump scrambles furiously across state lines in a ... 
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Stocks surge as FBI clears Clinton; Dow futures jump more than 200 - USA TODAY

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Stocks surge as FBI clears Clinton; Dow futures jump more than 200
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On the eve of the U.S. presidential election, global stocks jumped Monday and U.S. shares were set to snap their longest losing streak in 36 years after FBI director James Comey said the agency is not recommending criminal charges against Democratic ...
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What does the FBI's latest turnabout mean for election polls? Hint: We know even less than we did before - Salon

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What does the FBI's latest turnabout mean for election polls? Hint: We know even less than we did before
Salon
What does the FBI's latest turnabout mean for election polls? Hint: We know even EnlargeIn this Monday, Oct. 3, 2016 photo, miniatures of U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are wrapped in plastic bags in a "caganer" factory ...
Election Update: National Polls Show Clinton's Lead Stabilizing — State Polls, Not So MuchFiveThirtyEight

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Donald Trump's staff reportedly banning him from using Twitter - Chicago Tribune

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Donald Trump's staff reportedly banning him from using Twitter
Chicago Tribune
Of all the loose cannons to roll across political Twitter's decks, Donald Trump may have been the most volatile. The GOP nominee blasted his messages into the feeds of 13 million followers and accrued retweets by the thousands. For every hit scored ...
Obama laughs at Trump for losing his Twitter privilegesCNET
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In the final days of the campaign, Trump's aides have taken away his Twitter privilegesThe Verge
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Donald Trump's Instagram Following Is Full Of Bots And Russians - Forbes

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Donald Trump's Instagram Following Is Full Of Bots And Russians
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But Trump is big with bots elsewhere too. Over on Facebook-owned Instagram, Trump's been acquiring a good deal of followers, but significant tranches of them are bots and Russians, researchers from Italy told FORBES today. And, of course, there are ...

US preparing for possible cyber-attacks on Election Day - WISH-TV

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US preparing for possible cyber-attacks on Election Day
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Clinton vs. Trump: Who Has Russia's Support? - ValueWalk

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Clinton vs. Trump: Who Has Russia's Support?
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According to WIN/Gallup International's recent polling, a whopping 33% of Russians think Trumpwould save America's relations with Russia. And only 4% of Russians would be happy about Clinton's triumph. Some say Clinton's presidency is the worst option ...

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Clinton grips tight to 4-point lead in two new national polls

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Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump nationally by 4 percentage points, according to a pair of polls released on the last day before the presidential election.
ABC News/Washington Post and CBS News surveys out Monday morning show Clinton heading into Election Day with a moderate lead over Trump in a four-person race among likely voters that includes Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
In the ABC/News Washington tracking poll, Clinton garners 47 percent support, followed by Trump at 43 percent, Johnson at 4 percent and Stein at 2 percent.
Clinton's lead is by the same margin in the CBS News poll, in which she tops Trump, 45 percent to 41 percent. Johnson registers at 5 percent, and Stein sits at 2 percent.
The ABC News/Washington Post poll of 1,937 likely voters was conducted Nov. 2-5 via landlines and cellphones. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points. The CBS News survey of 1,426 likely voters was conducted Nov. 2-6 via landlines and cellphones. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
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Comey's letter may be too little too late

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FBI Director James Comey provided Hillary Clinton a reprieve less than 48 hours before Election Day -- but the damage he inflicted on her campaign may already be done.
    


FBI will not change decision regarding Hillary Clinton's emails

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Donald Trump blasted the FBI's director on Sunday night, telling a crowd of 8,000 people in Michigan that he rejects the bureau's latest move to exonerate Hillary Clinton.
FBI chief James Comey told leaders in Congress hours earlier that a review of 650,000 emails discovered on a laptop belonging to Anthony Weiner had reinforced his July 5 decision to let her off the hook.
'The investigations into her crimes will go on for a long, long time,' Trump said in the Detroit suburb of Sterling Heights.
'The rank-and-file special agents in the FBI won't let her get away with her terrible crimes – including the deletion of 33,000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena.'
'Right now she's being protected by a rigged system!' he exclaimed.
'You can't review 650,000 new emails in eight days! You can't do it, folks!'
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While campaigning in Sterling Heights, Michigan on Sunday evening, Donald Trump (above) addressed the FBI's announcement about closing the investigation into Clinton's email server
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While campaigning in Sterling Heights, Michigan on Sunday evening, Donald Trump (above) addressed the FBI's announcement about closing the investigation into Clinton's email server
The Republican presidential candidate insisted that it would have been impossible for the FBI to review what has been reported to be as many as 650,000 emails in so short a time 
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The Republican presidential candidate insisted that it would have been impossible for the FBI to review what has been reported to be as many as 650,000 emails in so short a time 
Trump (above) said: 'The rank-and-file special agents in the FBI won't let her get away with her terrible crimes – including the deletion of 33,000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena.
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Trump (above) said: 'Right now she's being protected by a rigged system!'
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Trump (above) said: 'The rank-and-file special agents in the FBI won't let her get away with her terrible crimes – including the deletion of 33,000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena. Right now she's being protected by a rigged system!'
Clinton protected by 'rigged system': Trump at a Michigan rally
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Comey’s decision means the Democratic presidential nominee will not be charged with a crime related to her mishandling of thousands of classified documents on a homebrew email server she used while she was secretary of state.
Congressman Jason Chaffetz fist tweeted out the bombshell news Sunday afternoon before FBI Director James Comey released a letter that said the investigation was closed.
'FBI Dir just informed us 'Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Sec Clinton',' Chaffetz wrote.
Speaking to reporters with Clinton in Cleveland, Ohio, campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri said: 'We have seen Director Comey's latest letter to the [Capitol] Hill. We are glad to see that he has found, as we were confident that he would, that he has confirmed the conclusion that he reached in July, and we're glad that this matter is resolved.'
The investigation was reopened on October 28 – sparked by a <a href="http://DailyMail.com" rel="nofollow">DailyMail.com</a> story that revealed Weiner was sending sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old girl. The emails in question were found on Weiner's laptop.
Hillary Clinton (pictured on Sunday morning) was all smiles after being again cleared by the FBI after the investigation into her emails was reopened
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Hillary Clinton (pictured on Sunday morning) was all smiles after being again cleared by the FBI after the investigation into her emails was reopened
At the rally in Michigan on Sunday, Trump (above) declared, 'Hillary Clinton is guilty. She knows it, the FBI knows it, the people know it.'
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