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Trump campaign manager will not be prosecuted, sources say

Trump campaign manager will not be prosecutedA Florida prosecutor has decided not to prosecute Donald Trump’s campaign manager for battery after a March run-in with former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields, sources with knowledge of the situation told POLITICO.

The decision not to press charges against Corey Lewandowski is scheduled to be announced on Thursday afternoon by Palm Beach County State Attorney David Aronberg.

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Top Trump Aide Led the ‘Torturers’ Lobby’

Trump connection to torture lobbyOver the course of a long lobbying career in D.C., top Trump aide Paul Manafort and his firm made a fortune fronting for a group of clients once referred to as the “torturers’ lobby.”

So when Manafort accused opponent Ted Cruz of using “gestapo tactics” to court Republican delegates on Meet the Press this past Sunday—it’s something he may have quite a bit of experience with firsthand.

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Billionaires fund anti-Trump delegate push

TrumpFirst they spent tens of millions trying to boost their favorite presidential candidates, then they poured cash into ads attacking Donald Trump, and now some of the biggest donors on the right are turning their attention to the delegate fight.

Anti-Trump billionaires are funding ground operations in an increasing number of states to try to ensure the selection of national convention delegates who oppose Trump. The strategy is being executed by the anti-Trump Our Principles PAC, which has a stated goal of blocking the bombastic billionaire from clinching the GOP presidential nomination before the party’s convention in July.

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Trump’s Charitable Donations Mostly Free Rounds of Golf, Other People’s Money

TrumpSince the beginning of his presidential campaign, Donald Trump has prided himself in the more than $102 million he's reportedly given to charity in the past five years. "It's one of the things I most like doing and one of the great reasons to have made a lot of money," he told the Associated Press back in August.

But even in that August interview, something seemed off — the AP noted that "the Trump campaign did not respond to a request that it identify donations that Trump himself gave." Now, it appears the campaign had a very good reason to keep mum. According to a Washington Post investigation into an exhaustive list of Trump's charitable donations — 4,844 contributions filling 93 pages — not a single donation was of Trump's own money.

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How Joseph McCarthy henchman Roy Cohn became Donald Trump’s mentor.

Trump  and Roy CohnThe reporter from the Washington Post didn’t ask Donald Trump about nuclear weapons, but he wanted to talk about them anyway. “Some people have an ability to negotiate,” Trump said, of facing the Soviet Union. “You either have it or you don’t.”

He wasn’t daunted by the complexity of the topic: “It would take an hour and a half to learn everything there is to learn about missiles,” he said.

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Trump's Get Rich Seminar Partnered With Couple Prosecuted for Fraud

Trump U get righ schemeDonald Trump needed some help in 2006. He was setting up Trump Institute, a series of seminars teaching the “way to wealth,” and was looking for expertise on how the conference business worked.

He turned to a pair with a troublesome legal history to give him a hand.

Mike and Irene Milin were known to law enforcement officials in a number of states for a host of get-rich-quick schemes and alleged real estate scams. They were prosecuted by the Texas attorney general for deceptive trade practices, and sued by the makers of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, to name just two of the Milins’ many legal entanglements. But Michael Sexton—then president of Trump University, which he said at the time included the Trump Institute seminars, as well as online courses—partnered with the Milins nonetheless, according to a report from The Sacramento Bee.

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The Religious Right’s Favorite Medical Association Is a Hate Group

right wing med groupThe American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) has a perfect name. It sounds weighty and significant. It connotes expertise. It looks good in print.

But in reality, the name functions as a facade of respectability for a small association of pediatricians that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has labeled “an anti-LGBT hate group.”

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