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mcconnell won’t use federal funds to investigate voter fraud claims


senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said on sunday he won’t spend federal funds to investigate voter fraud despite president trump’s claim millions of illegal votes were cast in the presidential election.“election fraud does occur,” mcconnell said on cnn’s “state of the union,” adding that “there’s no evidence that occurred in such a significant number that it would have changed the presidential election.”the kentucky republican said any examination of voter fraud would be better left up to the states.“i don’t think we ought to spend any federal money investigating that. i think the states can take a look at this issue. many of them have tried to tighten their voter rolls, tried to purge people who are dead,” he said.trump has said between 3 to 5 million people voted for his democratic






was president donald trump in scotland the day before brexit?


the media: press conference.who said it: donald trump.title: president of the united states.party: republican.the comment: "i happened to be in scotland at turnberry, cutting a ribbon when brexit happened, and we had a vast amount of press there. and i said 'brexit' — this was the day before, you probably remember — i said 'brexit is going to happen,' and i was scorned in the press for making that prediction. i was scorned."the forum: a joint news conference at the white house with british prime minister theresa may on jan. 27.what we're looking at: whether trump was in scotland at his turnberry golf course the day before the "brexit" vote and if, at that event, he predicted "leave" would win.analysis: at the joint news conference with may on friday, trump claimed he had predicted the unit






clinton trolls trump on court case, conway swipes back


hillary clinton resurfaced again thursday night to troll president trump over losing the latest court battle on his travel ban -- though top trump aide kellyanne conway was quick with a twitter retort. clinton tweeted, “3-0,” after a federal appeals court ruled unanimously against reinstating trump’s order on immigration and refugees. the three-judge panel of the u.s. court of appeals for the ninth circuit in san francisco all sided against the order.conway responded to clinton's tweet, “pa, wi, mi” -- an obvious dig at clinton for losing the must-win states during the election. the democratic presidential nominee also had tweeted earlier in the week to support m achusetts sen. elizabeth warren after she was reprimanded for her criticism on the senate floor about now-attorney general jeff






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (p o: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal electi






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (p o: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal electi






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






tom arnold: clinton begged me to release tape of trump’s racist rant


comedian tom arnold is claiming hillary clinton begged him to release footage of president trump using racial slurs just days before the november election.the 57-year-old alleged last year he had video of trump repeatedly saying the “n—–” and “every bad thing ever, every offensive, racist thing ever,” but is now saying clinton called him just two days before americans went to the polls pleading for its release, the telegraph reported.“i had all the outtakes from trump saying the n-word on the apprentice,” arnold, who was just voted off of australia’s “i’m a celebrity… get me out of here!” says.“[clinton] called me two days before the election and said ‘please release that.” arnold claims, alleging the democratic nominee said “the weight of the free world is on your shoulders.”“i’d love to






hillary clinton is writing a book and everyone has ideas for a title


former secretary of state hillary clinton waves as she arrives with her husband, former president bill clinton, to the inauguration of donald trump as the 45th president of the united states. (rick wilking/reuters)in between hikes, hillary clinton is writing a collection of essays and compiling inspirational quotations to be published this fall, publisher simon & schuster announced wednesday.“these are the words i live by,” clinton said in a statement. “these quotes have helped me celebrate the good times, laugh at the absurd times, persevere during the hard times and deepen my appreciation of all life has to offer.”the tome doesn’t yet have a name — but, fortunately, people have ideas. many suggestions on twitter were unprintable. “lies i live by,” suggested one critic. “i, loser,” wa






your partisanship, visualized - the washington post


marquette university’s charles franklin had an interesting way of visualizing partisan poll differences in a tweet earlier this week. he took data from a reuters-ipsos poll on president trump’s immigration ban — one of several showing varying results — and imagined rooms full of people from three groups of people who’d given responses.a room full of americans in general would look like the square at left. a room full of democrats, though, would look like the square in the middle — a lot more homogeneous. likewise for the square at the right.the question of trump’s executive order is by no means the only example of a stark partisan split. on friday, cbs news released a poll that showed partisan splits on a number of issues. following franklin’s lead, we made this interactive g hic to show w






trump insistent about voter fraud; says people say 'i am right'


president trump is sticking with his argument that millions of illegal immigrants voted in the 2016 presidential election, amid calls for him to provide proof and questions about whether he’ll indeed have an official probe into the issue.“many people have come out and said i am right,” trump said in an interview with fox news’ bill o’reilly to be aired sunday before the nfl super bowl.watch the o'reilly super bowl li interview with trump at 4 pm et sunday on fox sports. tune in for more of the interview on "the o'reilly factor" monday and tuesday at 8 pm et on fox news channel. trump didn’t directly answer a question about whether he, in fact, has evidence -- but suggested that he has seen voter-registration records that suggest widespread voter fraud.“we can be babies, but you take a look






chelsea clinton, unplugged - the washington post


hillary clinton, along with her daughter, chelsea clinton, participate in a roundtable at haverford community recreation and environmental center in haverford, pa., on oct. 4, 2016. (melina mara/the washington post)chelsea clinton has been in the national public eye for a quarter-century now. and as the only child of both a two-term president and a two-time presidential candidate, the question has long been not whether she would get involved in the family business, but when and where.yet clinton, 36, has never shown a real appetite for the day-to-day food fights involved in politics — never really seemed, well, like a politician. she's been a public figure, yes, but she has rarely weighed in on the heated debates of the day in anything close to a proactive way. she was a presence on her mo






hillary trolls trump after appeals court refuses to reinstate travel ban


how do you spell schadenfreude? hillary clinton trolled donald trump on thursday, february 9, shortly after a federal appeals court refused to reinstate his travel ban.alec baldwin pokes fun at ivanka trump nordstrom drama: watchrosie o'donnell morphs into steve bannon: see the picchelsea handler trolls trump, poses with nordstrom bags“3-0,” the former secretary of state, 69, tweeted in reference to the three-judge panel in the ninth circuit court of appeals’ unanimous decision to oppose trump’s appeal. (the president, 70, previously sought to overturn a temporary restraining order that blocked his controversial january 29 immigration ban.)“we hold that the government has not shown a likelihood of success on the merits of its appeal, nor has it shown that failure to enter a stay would caus






chelsea clinton finally finds her political voice — and it’s edgy


hillary clinton, along with her daughter, chelsea clinton, participate in a roundtable at haverford community recreation and environmental center in haverford, pa., on oct. 4, 2016. (melina mara/the washington post)chelsea clinton has been in the national public eye for a quarter-century now. and as the only child of both a two-term president and a two-time presidential candidate, the question has long been not whether she would get involved in the family business, but when and where.yet clinton, 36, has never shown a real appetite for the day-to-day food fights involved in politics — never really seemed, well, like a politician. she's been a public figure, yes, but she has rarely weighed in on the heated debates of the day in anything close to a proactive way. she was a presence on her mo






hillary trolls trump after appeals court refuses to reinstate travel ban


how do you spell schadenfreude? hillary clinton trolled donald trump on thursday, february 9, shortly after a federal appeals court refused to reinstate his travel ban.shia labeouf's anti-trump installation shut down over safety concernsalec baldwin pokes fun at ivanka trump nordstrom drama: watchrosie o'donnell morphs into steve bannon: see the pic“3-0,” the former secretary of state, 69, tweeted in reference to the three-judge panel in the ninth circuit court of appeals’ unanimous decision to oppose trump’s appeal. (the president, 70, previously sought to overturn a temporary restraining order that blocked his controversial january 29 immigration ban.)“we hold that the government has not shown a likelihood of success on the merits of its appeal, nor has it shown that failure to enter a s






see it: clinton takes dig at trump, urges women to 'speak out'


hillary clinton, in her first public statement since president trump's inauguration, declared "the future is female." the 2016 democratic presidential nominee, in a promotional video for the makers conference in california, praised the organizers behind the women's march on washington, which attracted some 500,000 people to the capital on jan. 21 for an all-day protest against trump. "despite all the challenges we face, i remain convinced that yes, the future is female," clinton said in the roughly one-minute video. "just look at the amazing energy last month as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world."hillary clinton to publish book of essays the ex-secretary of state didn't mention trump by name, but appeared to take a slight






see it: clinton takes dig at trump, urges women to 'speak out'


hillary clinton, in her first public statement since president trump's inauguration, declared that "the future is female." the 2016 democratic presidential nominee, in a promotional video for the makers conference in california, praised the organizers behind the women's march on washington, which attracted some 500,000 people to the capital on jan. 21 for an all-day protest against trump. "despite all the challenges we face, i remain convinced that yes, the future is female," clinton said in the roughly one-minute long video. "just look at the amazing energy last month as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world."hillary clinton to publish book of essays the ex-secretary of state didn't mention trump by name, but appeared to take






hillary clinton applauds women's marches in first video statement since trump's


hillary clinton has declared that "the future is female" and applauded last month's women's marches in the first video statement she's made since donald trump's inauguration.the former secretary of state spoke of the need for "strong women to step up and speak out" and applauded those who did so over the inauguration weekend. "just look at the amazing energy we saw last month as women organised a march that galvanised millions of people all over our country and across the world," clinton said in the video, which was created for the 2017 makers conference.the makers is a storytelling platform that promotes and celebrates women. this year, its conference has the theme "be bold," and includes speakers such as patricia arquette, sophia bush, gloria steinem and sheryl sandberg among other excel






conway hits back at clinton over travel ban tweet


conway hits back at clinton over travel ban tweetkellyanne conway isn’t happy with hillary clinton’s tweet regarding the latest in president trump’s travel ban saga. veuer's josh king (@abridgetoland) has more.






hillary trolls trump after appeals court refuses to reinstate travel ban


how do you spell schadenfreude? hillary clinton trolled donald trump on thursday, february 9, shortly after a federal appeals court refused to reinstate his travel ban.chris evans lets loose in twitter war with former kkk leader david dukeshia labeouf's anti-trump installation shut down over safety concernsalec baldwin pokes fun at ivanka trump nordstrom drama: watch“3-0,” the former secretary of state, 69, tweeted in reference to the three-judge panel in the ninth circuit court of appeals’ unanimous decision to oppose trump’s appeal. (the president, 70, previously sought to overturn a temporary restraining order that blocked his controversial january 29 immigration ban.)“we hold that the government has not shown a likelihood of success on the merits of its appeal, nor has it shown that fa






once again, trump claims that just enough fraud cost him an electoral victory


then-candidate donald trump appears at a paign roundtable event in manchester, n.h., on oct. 28, 2016. (carlo allegri/reuters)it’s always just enough, isn’t it? there is always just enough fraud in whatever contest president trump happens to be talking about to have made the difference in the election.on thursday, it was new hampshire, a state that trump lost by just less than 3,000 votes. trump apparently raised that loss during a conver ion with a number of senators that was intended to be focused on his nominee for the supreme court.“the president claimed that he and [former senator kelly] ayotte both would have been victorious in the granite state if not for the ‘thousands’ of people who were ‘brought in on buses’ from neighboring m achusetts to ‘illegally’ vote in new hampshire,” poli






us elections official asks donald trump for evidence of voter fraud


by: reuters | washington | updated: february 11, 2017 11:23 am democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton narrowly won new hampshire’s four electoral votes by nearly 3,000 votes, while ayotte, a republican like trump, lost by only 743 votes. (file p o)a member of the federal election commission on friday called on president donald trump to share any evidence he has to support a statement that voter fraud caused him and former senator kelly ayotte to lose in new hampshire in the 2016 us election. “the scheme the president of the united states alleges would constitute thousands of felony criminal offenses under new hampshire law,” fec commissioner ellen weintraub said in a statement. (http://bit.ly/2lank7t) trump blamed voter fraud for his and ayotte’s losses in new hampshire in novemb






us elections official asks donald trump for evidence of voter fraud


by: reuters | washington | published:february 11, 2017 8:42 am democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton narrowly won new hampshire’s four electoral votes by nearly 3,000 votes, while ayotte, a republican like trump, lost by only 743 votes. (file p o)a member of the federal election commission on friday called on president donald trump to share any evidence he has to support a statement that voter fraud caused him and former senator kelly ayotte to lose in new hampshire in the 2016 us election. “the scheme the president of the united states alleges would constitute thousands of felony criminal offenses under new hampshire law,” fec commissioner ellen weintraub said in a statement. (http://bit.ly/2lank7t) trump blamed voter fraud for his and ayotte’s losses in new hampshire in novemb






conway blames ‘haters’ for ‘bowling green m acre’ backlash


washington – top trump adviser kellyanne conway on sunday said ‘haters” are to blame for blowing up her comments about the “bowling green m acre” when she simply “misspoke.”“it was a plot. well, they’re masterminds. i had said that before, they’re masterminds. i should’ve just said plot, or i should’ve just called them terrorists,” conway said on fox news’ “media buzz.”conway said she made a mistake when she cited the “bowling green m acre” to defend trump’s needs for an immigration travel ban on msnbc on thursday. there was never a m acre in bowling green, ky.“i misspoke one word,” continued conway, who also called the dust-up “m acre nonsense.” she walked back the comment on friday.“the corrections in the newspapers who are attacking me are three parag hs long every day. corrections, lik






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






hillary clinton says 'future is female' in post-inauguration video


hillary clinton is supporting the 2017 makers conference in her first video statement since donald trump's presidential inauguration.the former secretary of state, 69, spoke about women's rights and the women's march on washington in the clip, which was published by the ociated press on monday, february 5."despite all the challenges we face, i remain convinced that yes, the future is female," she said. "just look at the amazing energy we saw last month as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world."she added: "and remember, you are the heroes and history-makers, the gl ceiling breakers of the future. as i’ve said before, i’ll say again — never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






someone tell benson to get over it


cartoon for feb. 1, 2017.(p o: steve benson/the republic)i understand that 50 percent of the republic readers are democrats, but the rest of us are weary of mr. benson’s liberal views.the day after the election he showed president trump leaping like a spoiled brat shouting, “i won!” while mrs. clinton standing beside him smiled and said, “yes, you did ... unless you count the popular vote.”he portrayed president obama sitting in a lincolnesque memorial with a beaming smile with the caption, “obama cared.”he drew president trump disrespectfully with mrs. clinton nearby, looking prim and proper, with her caption, “alternative.”i like healthy robust debate and when given facts, not opinions, i can change my mind. so, republic editors, could you please hire a cartoonist to represent us, the ot






why democrats can’t just obstruct their way back into power


courtesy: stephen wolfdemocrats are preparing to try and stop president trump's agenda at all costs. senate democrats have voted more and more in unison against trump's cabinet nominees, and now there is even talk of an unprecedented filibuster of a supreme court nominee. it's what the party's base is demanding is right now.but there is a difference between doing what feels good and what is strategically sound. chicago mayor rahm emanuel said it well this week: "you've got to pick which ones you're going to fight about; not every pitch has to be swung at."to which some democrats quickly respond: what about republicans?republicans, they point out, stood firmly against most anything president obama did for much of his presidency, and while they didn't unseat him in 2012, they won back the ho






woman claims marriage ended over husband's trump vote


one woman says president trump made her single again. a retiree in washington state told reuters she called it quits with her husband of 22 years because he voted for trump — something she saw as a “deal breaker.” “it totally undid me that he could vote for trump,” said gayle mccormick, 73, a retired california prison guard who called herself a “democrat leaning toward socialist.” “it opened up areas between us i had not faced before,” she said.couple of 22 years divorcing over trump vote “i realized how far i had gone in my life to accept things i would have never accepted when i was younger.”gayle mccormick.(tim exton/reuters) mccormick, who now lives in bellingham, said she knew her husband leaned right politically. but she felt “betrayed” last year after he casually mentioned during l






tom arnold says hillary clinton begged for donald trump tape


actor-comedian tom arnold may have been the first eliminated but he certainly wasn't going to leave quietly after making explosive allegations about hillary clinton and the donald trump tapes on i'm a celebrity .. get me out of here! tom arnold reaffirms he has damning donald trump tapes but he has never released them. photo: ten"i had all the trump ... him saying the n-word stuff. i had all the outtakes on the apprentice," the american told australian comedian nazeem hussain."hillary clinton called me two days before the election and said 'please release that. the weight of the free world is on your shoulders'," arnold alleged. "i said i'd think about it. i'd love to be a hero, but i can't hurt these families."he continued on to say that he didn't believe releasing the tape, even without






woman claims marriage ended over husband's trump vote


one woman says president trump made her single again. a retiree in washington state told reuters on tuesday she called it quits with her husband of 22 years because he voted for trump — something she saw as a “deal breaker.” “it totally undid me that he could vote for trump,” said gayle mccormick, 73, a retired california prison guard who called herself a “democrat leaning toward socialist.” “it opened up areas between us i had not faced before,” she said.couple of 22 years divorcing over trump vote “i realized how far i had gone in my life to accept things i would have never accepted when i was younger.”gayle mccormick.(tim exton/reuters) mccormick, who now lives in bellingham, said she knew her husband leaned right politically. but she felt “betrayed” last year after he casually mention






once again, trump claims that just enough fraud cost him an electoral victory


then-candidate donald trump appears at a paign roundtable event in manchester, n.h., on oct. 28, 2016. (carlo allegri/reuters)it’s always just enough, isn’t it? there is always just enough fraud in whatever contest president trump happens to be talking about to have made the difference in the election.on thursday, it was new hampshire, a state that trump lost by just less than 3,000 votes. trump apparently raised that loss during a conver ion with a number of senators that was intended to be focused on his nominee for the supreme court.“the president claimed that he and [former senator kelly] ayotte both would have been victorious in the granite state if not for the ‘thousands’ of people who were ‘brought in on buses’ from neighboring m achusetts to ‘illegally’ vote in new hampshire,” poli






why democrats can’t just obstruct their way back into power


(courtesy of stephen wolf)democrats are preparing to try to stop president trump's agenda at all costs. senate democrats have voted more and more in unison against trump's cabinet nominees, and now there is even talk of an unprecedented filibuster of a supreme court nominee. it's what the party's base is demanding right now.but there is a difference between doing what feels good and what is strategically sound. chicago mayor rahm emanuel (d) said it well this week: “you've got to pick which ones you're going to fight about; not every pitch has to be swung at.”to which some democrats quickly respond: what about republicans?republicans, they point out, stood firmly against most anything barack obama did for much of his presidency, and while they didn't unseat him in 2012, they won back the h