Hillary Clinton Donald Trump

Most political analysts and polls agree Donald Trump was the clear winner in the first head-to-head presidential debate against Hillary Clinton on Monday night.

The first ominous sign that things wouldn't go well for Clinton was her name misspelled on the debate tickets. Instead of Hillary Clinton, a Trump supporter misspelled her name "Hilary" Clinton.

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Hillary Clinton

Vice President Joe Biden averted a near disaster when he caught Hillary Clinton before she fell onstage at a rally on Monday in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Clinton, 69, had just introduced Biden to the audience when she stepped backwards and slipped. Biden caught her elbow and steadied Clinton as she laughed nervously.

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Melania Trump Michelle Obama

Donald Trump's wife, Melania stole the evening at the Republican National Convention's opening night in Cleveland on Monday.

The leggy, 46-year-old Slovenian talked about the values instilled in her as a child by her immigrant parents. She also discussed how hard work pays off for whatever you want in life.

First lady Michelle Obama discussed some of the same things during her 2008 Democratic National Convention speech.

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NY Mayor Bill de Blasio defended a skit he participated in with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the New York's Inner Circle dinner on Saturday.

Mayor de Blasio thought the skit mocking black people would be funny since he's married to a black woman. But it didn't go over well with his black constituents.

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Donald Trump and Marco Rubio

Donald Trump's win/loss column in last night's "Super Tuesday" Primaries made the upcoming Republican National Convention a little more contentious.

Trump, 69, easily won Florida, scooping up all of the state's delegates while ousting Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in one fell swoop. But he lost Ohio's delegates to Ohio Governor John Kasich.

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Donald Trump and TI

Donald Trump is poised to clinch the Republican nomination if he wins Florida and Ohio's delegates in tonight's "Super Tuesday" elections.

Trump holds a 2-1 advantage over his closest competitor Marco Rubio at 43%, followed by Ted Cruz at 21%. He also holds a 90-delegate advantage going into Tuesday.

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Hillary Clinton

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered another coughing fit on the campaign trail.

The 68-year-old Democratic frontrunner was seized with coughing fits while speaking in Harlem, NY on Tuesday.

Clinton struggled to speak in between gulps of water. As she gasped for air, the crowd clapped and chanted "Hillary! Hillary! Hillary!"

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Manny Pacquaio

Eight-time world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao is in hot water for comparing the gays to animals.

The 37-year-old Filipino boxing champ is preparing for life outside of the boxing ring by running for public office as a bible-thumping politician.

In a rare television appearance that aired this week, Pacquiao called the gays "worse than animals."

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Hillary Clinton Karen Civil

Karen Civil, a popular blogger-turned motivational speaker is in hot water for tweeting homophobic and anti semitic slurs.

The former record company intern and gossip blogger rebranded her image on social media using her surname as a marketing tool.

With the help of rapper Li'l Wayne and her Instagram model looks, Civil toured the country holding seminars under the slogan "Keeping it Civil."

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DeRay McKesson

Black Lives Matter agitator DeRay McKesson is running for mayor of Baltimore, Maryland.

McKesson and American President Barack Obama have a few things in common; neither one had political experience or jobs before they ran for public office.

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Hillary Clinton

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suffered a prolonged coughing fit during her campaign stop in Iowa. The 68-year-old Democratic frontrunner was speaking in West Des Moines, Iowa, when she was suddenly seized with fits of coughing.

The coughing persisted even after Clinton took a sip of water and a cough lozenge. Afterwards, Mrs. Clinton struggled to speak with a raspy, weak voice as she gasped for breath.

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The national news media bashed presidential frontrunner Donald Trump after a man called President Obama a "Muslim" during Trump's campaign stop in New Hampshire on Thursday.

Trump took the 1st question from a supporter who said, "We have a big problem in this country, and it's called Muslims. We know our current president is one."

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The Obama campaign emailed these pics of President Obama campaigning in Florida 2 days ago, when he stopped by Daughter of Zion Jr. Academy in Delray Beach. The pic above is significant for one reason: the little boy in the top row who was caught up in the moment and couldn't resist kissing the girl next to him.

"You know, kids have good instincts," Obama said during an interview with Rolling Stone in the Oval office of the White House. "They look at the other guy and say, 'Well, that’s a bullshitter, I can tell.'"

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  • The Mitt Romney campaign continues to support Richard Mourdock's run for the US Senate despite controversial statements he made during Tuesday's final Senate debate.

    Mourdock's statement that pregnancy resulting from rape is [still] a gift from God, rankled women's groups and bolstered anti-abortionists.

    The Romney campaign told CNN reporter Jim Acosta that they would not pull an ad Romney made this week asking voters to “join me in supporting Richard Mourdock for U.S. Senate.”

    “[w]e disagree on the policy regarding exceptions for rape and incest but still support him,” said a spokesman in statement released today.

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    It feels like 2008 all over again.

    Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
    From: devontez_morrison@apple.com
    To: sandra@sandrarose.com
    Subject: It's Over

    Not sure of your reason for trying to sway voters....Maybe you work for the ROMNEY campaign. But clearly if a respected site like CNN states OBAMA CLEARLY WON, why are you saying otherwise?? Nevertheless, sites like yours and many others, are in need of removal. I am pushing and praying that your site be destroyed with the rest of the demons. Thank you.



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  • It began with one post on Oprah Winfrey's popular website Oprah.com. A of Hillary Clinton's supporter blowing off steam following Barack Obama's upset victory over Hillary in the Iowa Caucuses, criticized Oprah for backing Obama over Clinton.

    "I cannot believe that women all over this country are not up in arms over Oprah’s backing of Obama," Hillary's campaign supporter wrote. "For the first time in history we actually have a shot at putting a woman in the White House and Oprah backs the black MAN. She’s choosing her race over her gender." That post prompted hundreds of abusive comments from angry white women who consider Oprah a traitor for turning against another white woman.

    Well, welcome to the club ladies. For the first time in Oprah's history she puts her own race over YOU and the black community is rejoicing! We will never forget the scenes from Forsyth County, Georgia 18 years ago of Oprah hugging and kissing racist whites who had earlier hurled racial epithets and stones at our black men.

    Oprah's popularity took a hit in the black community but she continued to focus on issues that were relevant to her white female audience. Her predominantly white female audience made Oprah a billionaire - and she returned the favor many times over. Instead of filling her audience with needy minority families when she gave away millions of dollars worth of her favorite things, the recipients were mostly affluent white women who afford their own favorite things.

    Oprah is widely credited with helping Obama in Iowa. But Oprah, dubbed the Queen of All Media, has not campaigned for him since. While Obama's aides suggest Oprah may return to the campaign trail, her critics believe she is running scared. Isn't it ironic that the same women who put Oprah in power are now denying her right to support the candidate she believes in?