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New York Times

I Muted Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton During the Debate. I Still Knew the Score.
New York Times
The idea was simple: to test the theory that what presidential candidates — in this instance, Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump — say during debates is less important than what they look like while they're saying it. There is plenty of anecdotal ...
Trump campaign: Hillary Clinton's health 'absolutely' an issueWashington Times
Trump Threatens to Skip Remaining Debates If Hillary Is Theresnopes.com
At Florida rally, Trump resumes attacking 'Crooked Hillary Clinton'Washington Post
CNN -New Republic
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WLS-TV

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton to attend fundraisers in Chicago
WLS-TV
The road to the White House winds through Chicago over the next few days. It started with Donald Trump's meeting with the Polish American Congress Wednesday morning. (WLS). WLS. Laura Podesta. Wednesday, September 28, 2016 11:53AM. CHICAGO ...

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USA TODAY

Colin Kaepernick: 'Embarrassing' that Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton are candidates
USA TODAY
Colin Kaepernick watched "a little bit" of Monday's presidential debate, and he didn't come away impressed with either candidate. The San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback, who has been kneeling during the national anthem as a form of protest since ...
Colin Kaepernick: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton are 'proven liars'Yahoo Sports
Colin Kaepernick Comments on Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Presidential DebateBleacher Report
Seahawks' Michael Bennett thinks Colin Kaepernick gives the 49ers the best chance to winThe Seattle Times

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The Denver Post

'Miss Universe' tearfully thanks Clinton for defense against Trump's 'Miss Piggy' remarks
CNN
We had a real problem," Trump said. "Not only that, her attitude, and we had a real problem with her, so Hillary went back into the years and she found this girl -- this was many years ago. And found the girl and talked about her like she was Mother ...
A Miss Universe insulted by Donald Trump steps up for Hillary ClintonThe Denver Post
Hillary Clinton Zings Donald Trump for Saying Debate Microphone "Didn't Work"Hollywood Reporter
Donald Trump: I was 'holding back' against Hillary Clinton at first debateToday.com
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New York Times

Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Aleppo: Your Tuesday Briefing
New York Times
Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump repeatedly clashed as they promoted two very different visions of the country Monday night. Mr. Trump delivered a pointed attack on Mrs. Clinton over her support for free trade agreements, while she pressed him on ...


Columbus Dispatch

Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump battle for Ohio votes with campaign stops, commercials
Columbus Dispatch
“Mr. Trump's message is resonating in Ohio because he is showing up and connecting personally with Ohioans, and no amount of Hillary's surrogates or vacationing Hollywood celebrity friends can make up for her snub of Toledo and prolonged absence in ...

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WIRED

Clinton and Trump Get Most of Their Campaign Funds from These 250 Neighborhoods
WIRED
“I also noticed the very nasty commercials that you do on me in so many different ways,” he said to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, “which I don't do on you. Maybe I'm trying to save the money.” Maybe so. Clinton is, in fact, outspending Trump on ...


PolitiFact

Donald Trump: My Trans-Pacific Partnership opposition made Hillary Clinton change her stance
PolitiFact
Speaking to a Cuban American audience in Miami, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said he was the winner in virtually all post-debate polls. That's despite many GOP leaders and voter surveys suggesting that Hillary Clinton came out on top.

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Raw Story

WATCH: Trump surrogate left stammering after her attack on Hillary for Bill's affairs backfires
Raw Story
Is the Trump campaign really going to start hitting Hillary Clinton for ignoring her husband's assorted affairs? If Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Ruteledge's latest interview with MSNBC's Craig Melvin is any indication, the answer is “yes.” During ...

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Washington Post (blog)

Still hate Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton after the first debate? Here's Evan McMullin!
Washington Post (blog)
That's a stamp of approval that should gain more currency for other conservatives after Donald Trump's disaster of a debate against Hillary Clinton on Monday. In the ninth episode of “Cape Up,” McMullin made a case for himself as a suitable alternative ...

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