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USA TODAY survey shows that a quarter of elected top Republicans won't endorse Trump

USA survey of GOP governorsTwenty-six percent of Republican governors and members of Congress are refusing to endorse GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, according to a survey by the USA TODAY Network.

Of the 31 Republican governors, 54 GOP senators and the 246 Republican members of the House (331 total), the survey identified 88 who are not endorsing Trump's candidacy as of late Tuesday.


Unshackled Trump declares war on GOP

Trump goes to war with GOPBacked by some of his fiercest allies and with little left to lose politically, Donald Trump on Tuesday stepped up his attacks on House Speaker Paul Ryan and the GOP establishment that has suddenly and decisively turned its back on him.

“It is so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to,” Trump wrote on Twitter Tuesday morning, an indication that his already bruising presidential campaign would be shedding whatever gloves remained in the election’s final months.


Florida Federal Court Extends Voter Registration Deadline After Matthew

Florida voter registration extendedFlorida residents will get more time to register to vote.

On Monday afternoon, a judge ordered the voter registration deadline to be extended from Tuesday, October 11th to Wednesday, October 12th.

Voter registrations will be accepted until 5p.m. that day.


Warren Buffett to Trump: 'I have paid federal income tax every year since 1944'

Buffet ClintonWarren Buffett schooled Donald Trump on Monday about the taxes of a billionaire.

"Mr. Trump says he knows more about taxes than any other human. He has not seen my income tax returns. But I am happy to give him the facts," Buffett said in a statement.

Buffett was responding to an exchange in Sunday's debate in which Clinton called on Trump to release his tax returns. Clinton has blasted Trump for using the tax code aggressively to avoid paying federal income tax.


Poll: After Trump Tape Revelation, Clinton's Lead Up to Double Digits

Hillary ClintonAs Donald Trump's campaign reels over tapes of the presidential candidate's sexually aggressive comments about women in 2005, the Republican nominee now trails Hillary Clinton by double digits among likely voters, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

The poll, conducted on Saturday and Sunday but before the second presidential debate, shows Clinton with 46 percent support among likely voters in a four-way matchup, compared to 35 percent for Trump.


Paul Ryan abandons Trump campaign

Ryan abandons TrumpSpeaker Paul Ryan told House Republicans on a conference call Monday morning that he’s done defending Donald Trump and will focus on maintaining his party’s increasingly imperiled House majority, according to sources on the call.

The message amounted to a concession by the highest-ranking elected Republican that his nominee for president can’t win — and lawmakers should act accordingly to save themselves and preserve a Republican Congress to act as a check on Hillary Clinton.


Trump, companies accused of mistreating women in at least 20 lawsuits

Trump lawsuitsOne woman sued Donald Trump’s Miami resort saying she lost her job because she got pregnant.

Two others claimed they were fired after complaining that co-workers sexually harassed them.

And a number of women testified in a lawsuit that Trump himself repeatedly instructed managers to hire younger, prettier workers at his Los Angeles golf club.


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