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White House rejects Donald Trump's offer to build $100 million ballroom

WH rejects 100 m ballroom for WHThe White House confirmed Monday that Donald Trump had offered to spend $100 million on a new White House ballroom, but said the offer was quickly rejected.

"I'm (not) sure it would be appropriate to have a shiny gold 'Trump' sign on any part of the White House," Press Secretary Josh Earnest said. "That's what most of the buildings that he offers to build include, so I'm unclear if something like that would have been required with this offer as well."

"I can tell you that this was not something that was at all seriously considered," Earnest said. He said he could not provide details because "I was not the one who was consulted."

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Gallup poll: Donald Trump is most unliked candidate in 25 years

Donald Trump least liked candidateA new Gallup poll finds billionaire Donald Trump the most un-liked candidate in 25 years. Or in the parlance of poll takers, he has the highest unfavorable ratings since Gallup began taking the poll.

Three out of five Americans -- or 60 percent -- have an unfavorable view of Trump in the latest two-week average of all of the candidates running in the 2016 presidential race. The percentage is easily the highest of all the candidates and the highest since Gallup began asking the question in 1992.

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Donald Trump Wanted Vets Kicked Off Fifth Avenue

Trump wanted vets kicked off Fifth AvenueNow that he has balked at facing Megyn Kelly at the Republican debate, Donald Trump will be embracing heroes.

“[Trump] will instead host an event in Iowa to raise money for the Veterans and Wounded Warriors, who have been treated so horribly by our all talk, no action politicians,” the Trump campaign announced.

Never mind that for more than a decade Trump sought to deprive veterans in need of their meager livelihood because he found them unsightly nuisances who should not be allowed anywhere near his gleaming headquarters on Fifth Avenue.

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Carly Fiorina benefited from company using aborted fetal stem cells

Fiorina profited from fetal stem cell researchRepublican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, a staunch opponent of abortion, made at least $83,000 serving on the board of directors of Merck & Co. at a time when the pharmaceutical company was producing vaccines using fetal stem cell lines derived from aborted fetuses, according to corporate documents reviewed by Al Jazeera America.

The program “Inside Story” with Ray Suarez also obtained documents indicating that during Fiorina’s tenure on the board, anti-abortion groups had asked Merck to stop producing such vaccines, and that the company had refused.

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Noam Chomsky: GOP Is 'Literally A Serious Danger To Human Survival’

Naom Chomsky on GOP danger to human survivalNoam Chomsky, the noted radical and MIT professor emeritus, said the Republican Party has become so extreme in its rhetoric and policies that it poses a “serious danger to human survival.”

“Today, the Republican Party has drifted off the rails,” Chomsky, a frequent critic of both parties, said in an interview Monday with The Huffington Post. “It’s become what the respected conservative political analysts Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein call ‘a radical insurgency’ that has pretty much abandoned parliamentary politics.”

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In coastal New Jersey, a flood of criticism for Christie follows storm

Christie severely criticized over stormResidents of New Jersey's southern shorefront towns on Monday cleaned up homes and businesses flooded by a storm surge during the weekend's massive blizzard and rued what they described as Governor Chris Christie's dismissive treatment of the damage.

The storm that walloped Washington and New York with about 2 feet (60 cm) of snow hit coastal Cape May County in New Jersey with tides higher than those measured during 2012's Superstorm Sandy, sending salt water into properties and forcing hundreds of people to evacuate.

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National Review aims to take down Trump

National Review aims to take down TrumpFor months, Republican leaders have worried about how to stop 2016 frontrunner Donald Trump. Now, one of the conservative movement’s most influential publications is taking matters into its own hands.

National Review is dedicating a special issue of its magazine, one week before the Iowa caucuses, to stopping Trump. “Against Trump,” blares the magazine cover. Inside, a blistering editorial questions Trump's commitment to conservatism, warning voters that backing him is tantamount to allowing the conservative movement to have “fallen in behind a huckster.”

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