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Debate: Wall of Taco Trucks to Besiege Trump Tower

A wall of taco trucks is set to lay siege to the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas on Wednesday as a protest against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump before the third and final presidential debate.

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Donald Trump’s Burn It Down Strategy To Take Center Stage In Las Vegas

Aides tells Breitbart News they think Trump’s success in the second debate came from in-depth preparation on policy issues along with detailed facts about Clinton’s various scandals. Aides to Trump tell Breitbart News to expect a performance similar to the St. Louis debate—albeit perhaps even more aggressive—with even more of a focus on the core questions about Clinton.

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Mike Pence Draws Overflow Crowd To North Carolina Rally

Mike Pence was introduced in Fletcher by Congressman Mark Meadows who enthusiastically promoted the Indiana governor on the Trump-Pence ticket, to those gathered. Meadows said Pence, a former congressman, would not change when he returns to Washington.

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Wikileaks: John Harwood Boasted of Goading Trump at Debate

John Harwood of CNBC and The New York Times, who moderated one of the early Republican presidential primary debates, was not only supportive of Hillary Clinton, but boasted to Clinton campaign chair John Podesta about goading Donald Trump at the debate, according to new emails released Tuesday by Wikileaks.

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Wikileaks: Debate Moderator John Harwood Emailed Podesta — Often

John Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, who moderated one of the Republican presidential primary debates last year, corresponded often with Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, even congratulating her on primary wins, according to emails released by Wikileaks.

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Pence: Grateful That Trump Has ‘Expressed Remorse and Apologized to the American People’

Republican vice-presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence said Saturday that he does not condone the lewd remarks made 11 years ago by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump but is grateful his running mate apologized and expressed remorse, and looks forward to Trump showing “what is in his heart” during Sunday night’s presidential debate.

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Clinton Wrong: Supreme Court Says ‘Stop-and-Frisk’ Is Constitutional

Although Hillary Clinton condemned New York City’s stop-and-frisk policy during Monday’s debate (aided by Lester Holt, the debate moderator), the truth is that stop-and-frisk is perfectly constitutional under the Bill of Rights’ Fourth Amendment. Mayor Rudy Giuliani implemented stop-and-frisk during

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How Donald Trump Won the Debate

Frank Luntz utilizes an unusual apparatus to definitively evaluate who won a political debate: He takes a small sample of voters, hooks them up to an electronic device, turns on a TV, and carefully tabulates all the moments when they click “like” and “not like” while a politician speaks.

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Michael Moore: Trump ‘Won’ the First Presidential Debate

While live-tweeting during Monday night’s highly-charged first presidential debate, outspoken liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore contended that Republican Donald Trump “won” the contest over his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.

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EXCLUSIVE–‘Unbelievable’ and a ‘Real Disservice’ Lester Holt Didn’t Ask About Clinton Foundation

“That was unbelievable you have a scandal of this magnitude that directly impacts national security and it was unbelievable that that wasn’t asked,” Spicer told Breitbart News in the spin room after Monday night’s debate. “There were so many aspects of both national security [and] pay-for-play. The idea that that didn’t get discussed or come up was sort of a real disservice.”

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during the Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York.

Celebrities Melt Down on Twitter During First Presidential Debate

Like millions of Americans watching at home across the country, Hollywood celebrities were glued to their Twitter accounts Monday night during the first presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump — and emotions ran high during the showdown.

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