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Wikileaks Releases Barack Obama’s ‘Binders of Women,’ Minorities

Wikileaks released a new batch of emails on Thursday that were sent by then-Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) to Leon Podesta when he was preparing for his transition to the presidency. One email, from senior Citigroup executive Michael Froman, included lists of candidates for presidential appointment, evidently prepared at Obama’s request, focusing on women and minorities.

Patricia Smith (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

Patricia Smith: Debate ‘Stunk,’ No Mention of Benghazi

Patricia Smith, one of the bereaved mothers who lost a son in the Benghazi terror attack of Sep. 11, 2012, told Breitbart News that the third presidential debate on Wednesday “stunk.” “They didn’t even mention Benghazi,” she said with evident disgust.

Richard L. Campbell (Screenshot / Facebook)

Attorney for ‘Bird-Dogging’ Victim: Assault Charges a ‘Hoax’

An attorney for Richard L. Campbell, the man accused of punching a protester outside a Donald Trump rally in Asheville, North Carolina, last month tells Breitbart News that a new video produced by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas showing a Democratic consultant claiming responsibility for the incident should exonerate her client.

DNC Protest Sign (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

How the Election Is ‘Rigged’ — And How it is Not

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has aroused new controversy by declaring that the 2016 presidential election is “rigged.” On the one hand, that is both an irresponsible statement, and also a potentially self-destructive one. On the other hand, it may be true.

ST LOUIS, MO - OCTOBER 09:  (R-L) Former U.S. President Bill Clinton, daughter Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky sit before the town hall debate at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri.

Clinton, in California, Slams Trump for ‘Sexually Predatory’ Behavior

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton slammed Republican rival Donald Trump for what she called “sexually predatory” behavior during a fundraising trip to California, which included events in Los Angeles and San Francisco on Thursday, as well as a surprise visit to a San Francisco campaign office, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.