Barack Obama Donald Trump

The NY Post shines a spotlight on America’s media collusion to bury Donald Trump and help Hillary Clinton win the election in November.

There is no better example of the media’s partisanship than the coverage of Trump’s visit to flood-stricken Louisiana while Obama played golf on Martha’s Vineyard last week.

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Shakur Stevenson

An American boxer made headlines at the Rio Olympics on Saturday, but not for his fighting skills.

19-year-old Shakur Stevenson broke down in tears after losing the bantamweight gold medal to┬áCuba’s Robeisy Ramirez in a split decision.

Seasoned boxing journos were stunned as Stevenson screamed and wailed inconsolably after the match.

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Lebron James with wife Savannah James

NBA superstar LeBron James visited the set of Good Morning America in NYC’s Times Square on Thursday. On Wednesday, he and his voluptuous wife Savannah James boarded a helicopter for a birds eye view of Manhattan. The couple recently returned from a vacation in Italy.

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Donald Trump

Residents of Greenwell Springs, Louisiana cheered Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during his visit on Friday.

Trump kept his promise to tour the flood-ravaged areas of Louisiana where 13 people died and more than 85,000 people are homeless.

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Donald Trump Barack Obama

American President Barack Obama has no intentions of leaving the golf course in Martha’s Vineyard, MA. to fly to flood-ravaged Louisiana.

Meanwhile Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his running mate, Mike Spence, arrived in Greenwell Springs, Louisiana to tour the flood-stricken area.

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Ryan Lochte

Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte issued a half hearted apology to the citizens of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

In his half hearted apology on Instagram.com, Lochte, 32, apologized “for not being more careful and candid” when he lied about being robbed early Saturday morning.

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