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Heavyweight breaks ranks with GOP, endorsing Clinton

Richard Armitage would vote for HillaryRichard Armitage, who held top national security positions in the administrations of former Presidents George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan, said he would vote for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton over her likely Republican rival, Donald Trump.

"If Donald Trump is the nominee, I would vote for Hillary Clinton," Armitage, who served as a deputy secretary of State under Bush and as an assistant secretary of Defense under Reagan, told Politico on Thursday.

"He doesn't appear to be a Republican. He doesn't appear to want to learn about the issues. So I'm going to vote for Mrs. Clinton."

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Md. Gov. Larry Hogan says he doesn’t plan to vote for Donald Trump

Larry HoganGov. Larry Hogan (R) said emphatically Wednesday that he does not plan to vote for Donald Trump, his party’s presumptive — and divisive — presidential nominee.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says he does not plan to vote for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump this November.

Hogan made the decisive statement in Prince George’s County Wednesday, while visiting the future site of MGM Resorts International in Oxon Hill.

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New Evidence Donald Trump Didn’t Pay Taxes

Trump did not pay taxes: new evidenceNew questions about the integrity of Donald Trump’s income tax returns, and new indications that he does not pay income taxes, arise from rulings in two tax appeals that Trump filed in the 1990s. Trump lost both cases.

Trump’s 1984 federal income tax return included a Schedule C, the form used by sole proprietors, the decision in the first case shows.

Trump listed no income on that form, yet he deducted $626,264 as expenses. His New York City tax return also showed no income, but listed slightly less in expenses: $619,227.

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Russians steal research on Trump in hack of U.S. Democratic Party

Russians hack DNCRussian government hackers penetrated the computer network of the Democratic National Committee and gained access to all opposition research on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, the committee and security researchers said on Tuesday.

Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, confirmed the breach to Reuters, first reported by the Washington Post.

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Obama laces into Trump for whipping up terrorism fears

Obama laces ionto TrumpPresident Barack Obama ripped into Donald Trump on Tuesday for criticizing him for not using the phrase "radical Islam" and for renewing his proposed Muslim ban, warning about the danger that the presumptive Republican nominee would pose as president.

Should the United States “fall into the trap of painting all Muslims with a broad brush” and “imply that we are at war with an entire religion,” Obama said after a meeting with his National Security Council at the Treasury Department, “then we are doing the terrorists’ work for them.”

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Trump was accused of destroying email evidence in lawsuit 10 years ago

Trump accused of erasing emailsIn 2006, when a judge ordered Donald Trump's casino operation to hand over several years' worth of emails, the answer surprised him: The Trump Organization routinely erased emails and had no records from 1996 to 2001. The defendants in a case that Trump brought said this amounted to destruction of evidence, a charge never resolved.

At that time, a Trump IT director testified that until 2001, executives in Trump Tower relied on personal email accounts using dial-up Internet services, despite the fact that Trump had launched a high-speed Internet provider in 1998 and announced he would wire his whole building with it. Another said Trump had no routine process for preserving emails before 2005.

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Washington Post ban is latest battle in Trump's war with the press

Trump pulls WP credentialsThe Washington Post was the latest target of Donald Trump’s ire Monday afternoon, but the publication is just one of more than a dozen news organizations the candidate has blocked from doing its job.

In a Facebook post, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee announced that his campaign would no longer issue press credentials to The Post’s reporters because of the publication’s “incredibly inaccurate coverage and reporting” of his campaign.

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