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Hillary Clinton Campaign Forwarded Plan to White House to Promote Iran Treaty Using Catholic Prelates’ Influence

An email from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta reveals White House chief of staff Denis McDonough responding favorably to an email forwarded to him by Podesta from a leftwing “Catholic” organization that said it was arranging meetings with Catholic prelates to urge them to press U.S. senators to vote for the Iran Treaty.

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‘Rigged’ Message Gains Steam, Donald Trump Catching Up to Hillary Clinton in Latest Reuters Poll

Reuters is reporting that Republican nominee Donald Trump is gaining on Hillary Clinton. According to the report, voters have been receptive to Trump’s message that the political system is “rigged” against his campaign and against the interests of the American people. Reuters found that an astonishing seven in ten Republicans believe that a Clinton victory would be the result of a rigged process.

A customer walks out of a Check Masters payday lending store Monday, Dec. 28, 2009, in Seattle. A new law regulating payday lenders that takes effect Jan. 1, 2010, will limit the size and numbers of loans people can make in Washington state.

CFPB Asks For Advice; Prepares to Ignore It

The CFPB hid the results – it took a Freedom of Information Act request from the Community Financial Services Association of America to dislodge them – because they wanted to promulgate a far tougher regulation than the industry’s customers would want.