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Donald Trump: Tim Kaine ‘constant interruptions’ ‘should not have been allowed’

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday said running mate Mike Pence “won big” in Tuesday’s vice presidential debate, saying Sen. Tim Kaine’s “constant interruptions” “should not have been allowed.” “The constant interruptions last night by Tim Kaine should not have been allowed. Mike Pence won big!” Mr. Trump tweeted. …

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Clinton campaign: Mike Pence appeared to be looking more at 2020 than 2016 in debate

Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman on Wednesday said Indiana Gov. Mike Pence looked like he was eyeing 2020 more so than 2016 with his performance at Tuesday’s vice presidential debate, saying Mr. Pence repeatedly took a pass when pressed to defend running mate Donald Trump. “Governor Pence was smooth — he …

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Mike Pence’s ‘that Mexican thing’ comment gets online attention

FARMVILLE, Va. (AP) — Some Mexican-Americans are taking issue with Republican Mike Pence brushing off GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s comments on Mexican immigrants as “that Mexican thing.” Pence chided Democrat Tim Kaine’s repeated mention of Trump’s comments on immigrants during Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate, telling him at one …

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Trump campaign on VP debate: ‘Amazing night’ for Mike Pence, ‘great night’ for Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s campaign manager said that Tuesday was a “great night” for the GOP nominee, saying Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s performance at the first and only 2016 vice presidential debate demonstrated Mr. Trump’s leadership and judgment in tapping Mr. Pence to be on the Republican ticket. “An amazing night for …

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Medicare’s lack of federal control feeds opioid crisis, senators say

Medicare spending on opioids is skyrocketing, but the agency’s investigations into misuse have plummeted in the last couple of years, congressional investigators revealed Monday, suggesting that a lack of federal controls could inadvertently be feeding the prescription drug abuse epidemic. Sens. Rob Portman, Ohio Republican, and Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, …

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A Ballot “Blank-Out” Is Not a Strategy for Black Power

The audience at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 46th Annual Legislative Conference Phoenix Awards Dinner listens to remarks by President Obama and Hillary Clinton (September 17, 2016). (Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images) In a recent essay in Time, “The Black Vote: History Demands a Strategy for Change,” Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. and …

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On National Security, Trump and Clinton Found Plenty To Agree On

(Getty Images) Much has been made about the differencees between the two candidates during last night’s debate: Donald Trump’s wild-eyed raving vs. Hillary Clinton’s calm poise; his waffling vs. her firm command of facts and figures. When it came to the issue of national security, however, the candidates often seemed …

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