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People walk into the debate hall at Hofstra University hours before the official programming begins on September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York.

The Clinton Campaign Elbows for an Advantage

Clinton campaign head Robbie Mook tells reporters that NBC’s Lester Holt, the debate moderator, must fact check Donald Trump, as Mrs. Clinton might not have the stamina to both present her own vision of an America moving forward into the future by being stronger together AND respond to Trump’s challenges to her.

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Glenn Beck Sours on Cruz: I Should Have Backed Rubio

In a long and often rambling discussion following a contentious interview on Monday with Senator Ted Cruz, radio host Glenn Beck criticized the Texas Senator’s justifications for finally endorsing Republican nominee Donald Trump. The radio talker even declared at one point that he should have backed Senator Marco Rubio for president, instead of throwing his full support to Cruz in the GOP primary.

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One Judge Could Upend The Music Marketplace

Judge Lewis Stanton, of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, ruled the consent decree that BMI, a major American music publisher, operates under, does not prohibit fractional licensing.

Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during the Congressional Hispanic Caucus InstituteÕs 39th Annual Gala Dinner on September 15, 2016 in Washington, DC.

Answering Hillary Clinton’s Big Question

Hillary Clinton’s response is typical in that she does not give reasons why she’s trailing Donald Trump, but rather attacks his supporters, asking her union supporters to “stage an intervention… talk some sense into them,” and get them to change their minds before Election Day.

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Analysis: Donald Trump Would Win Election Today Based on Current Polling

As the first presidential debate looms later Monday evening just an hour from here on Long Island at Hofstra University, a Breitbart News analysis of current polling in the presidential election shows that Donald J. Trump—the Republican nominee for president—would win the election if it were held Monday and the polls are correct.