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Donald Trump: My Campaign Rallies ‘De-Energize’ Democrats

“I think the Democrats give up when I turn out,” he said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. “If you want to know the truth, I don’t think it energizes them. I think it de-energizes them. I think they give up when I turn out.”

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro offers a press conference at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas on August 22, 2017. Chile said Tuesday it has granted diplomatic asylum to five Venezuelans who took refuge in its embassy in Caracas, amid political turmoil as Maduro moves to consolidate power. The five were …

Odebrecht Exec: We Paid Maduro $35 Million in Bribes to Secure Contracts

Venezuela’s exiled former top prosecutor published a video Thursday that she alleges shows the head of Odebrecht, the Brazilian construction company embroiled in one of the largest corruption schemes in Latin American history, admitting to bribing dictator Nicolás Maduro by donating $35 million to his 2013 presidential campaign.

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Israeli Web Company Fights Back Against Hezbollah in Social Media Wars

TEL AVIV – After Lebanon-based terror group Hezbollah took to social media to threaten Israel with another war using a series of intimidating memes, a boutique Israeli web design company fought back on the same platform cynically advising the Islamist group on what to expect should it go through with its threat.

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Ted Cruz in Iowa: ‘I’m Here Campaigning for Donald Trump, for Mike Pence’

Senator Ted Cruz campaigned for the Trump-Pence ticket at an Iowa farm rally on Thursday alongside Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence, Sen. Chuck Grassley, and Rep. Steve King. Pence and Cruz held a small press conference before boarding the campaign plane for a rally in Portage, Michigan.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton November 1, 2016 in Ft Lauderdale, Florida.

On Defense: Hillary Clinton Scrambles Back to Campaign in Detroit

The Clinton campaign also plans to return to Detroit, Michigan, typically a safe state for Democrats in a presidential election. The last time Michigan went for a Republican was in 1988, choosing George H. W. Bush over Michael Dukakis.