New York Times

New Debate Strategy for Donald Trump: Practice, Practice, Practice
New York Times
Campaign advisers to Donald J. Trump, concerned that his focus and objectives had dissolved during the first presidential debate on Monday, plan to more rigorously prepare him for his next face-off with Hillary Clinton by drilling the Republican ...
The real Donald Trump showed up at Hofstra. Republicans must live with it.Washington Post
Cramer's wake-up call for Donald Trump on NAFTACNBC
Was Donald Trump Against the Iraq War from the Beginning?snopes.com
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Forbes

Donald Trump's Fortune Falls $800 Million To $3.7 Billion
Forbes
Despite decades of precedent among presidential candidates, Donald Trump has been steadfast in his refusal to release his tax returns. “You don't learn that much from tax returns,” he said at the first presidential debate on Monday, where he claimed ...

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NBCNews.com

What Does Donald Trump Really Think About Using Nuclear Weapons?
NBCNews.com
Donald Trump's confusing comments about nuclear weapons in Monday night's debate are not the first time during this presidential campaign that his statements have left nuclear experts wondering just what he might do if he gains access to the nuclear ...

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Washington Post

Donald Trump is making conservative newspapers do things they never thought they would do
Washington Post
The Arizona Republic, formerly the Arizona Republican, had never endorsed a Democrat for president in its 126-year history. Then Donald Trump came along. The newspaper's conservative editorial board on Tuesday threw its support behind Hillary Clinton, ...

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CNN

Miss Universe strikes back
CNN
She continued: "Donald, she has a name. Her name is Alicia Machado. And she has become a US citizen and you can bet she is going to vote this November." READ: 'Miss Universe' tearfully thanks Clinton for defense against Trump's 'Miss Piggy' remarks.
Shamed and Angry: Alicia Machado, a Miss Universe Mocked by Donald TrumpNew York Times
Donald Trump's Been A Proud Fat-Shamer For DecadesHuffington Post
Who Is Alicia Machado? She Says Donald Trump Called Her 'Miss Piggy'TIME
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CNN

Donald Trump's trouble with women -- an incomplete list
CNN
(CNN) As Hillary Clinton on Monday night reeled off a litany of insults he had leveled against women through the years, including some nasty nicknames for a former Miss Universe, Donald Trump leaned into his microphone and asked repeatedly, "Where did ...
That time Donald Trump admitted he hasn't paid any taxesDaily Kos

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CBS News

Donald Trump has turned over tax returns for lawsuits and loans
CBS News
WASHINGTON -- While Donald Trump won't publicly release his income tax returns, the New York businessman has turned them over when it suited his needs - if he stood to make a profit, needed a loan or when a judge forced him. Pennsylvania gaming ...
Donald Trump's Tax Returns May Be Hiding This Bombshell from the 1990sFortune

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New York Times

What Donald Trump Got Wrong on Stop-and-Frisk
New York Times
In the same period, stops were down by about 97 percent, said J. Peter Donald, a spokesman for the department. During the debate, Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, alluded to a few of these numbers. Mr. Trump, her Republican opponent, started ...
Checking Donald Trump's "stop and frisk" claims during first debateCBS News
Stop-and-Frisk Data | New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) - American Civil Liberties Union of New York StateNew York Civil Liberties Union

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TIME

Donald Trump Struggles to Deal With Debate Loss
TIME
After a widely panned performance in Monday's inaugural presidential debate, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump gave several contradictory answers. At a rally with nearly 10,000 people in a hangar on the Florida Space Coast on Tuesday night ...

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Huffington Post

Donald Trump Endorsed Gun Control And Everyone Is Confused
Huffington Post
WASHINGTON ― Donald Trump (R) and Hillary Clinton (D) don't agree on much, but in Monday night's presidential debate, there was one surprising area of consensus: gun control. Trump, whose candidacy is backed by the National Rifle Association, said ...

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