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George Soros Pledges $10 Million to Combat Hate Crimes

Billionaire Democratic donor George Soros has pledged to donate $10 million from his personal foundation to combat a rise in hate crimes linked to what he calls President-elect Donald Trump’s “incendiary rhetoric,” the Hill reports.

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 17: Soros Fund Management Chairman George Soros attends a meeting with finance and development ministers, international partners and the presidents of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea about the ongoing efforts to recover from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa during the World Bank- International Monetary Fund …

Clinton Foundation Donor Sues U.S.; Denied Entry over Alleged Terror Link

Major Clinton Foundation donor and Nigerian-Lebanese billionaire Gilbert Chagoury is suing seven United States federal agencies over being denied a visa to enter the U.S., and is claiming reputational damage after a story leaked about the reason — namely, reports that he aided in funneling money to Islamic terror group Hezbollah.

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Rose Bowl Skywriter Plans More Assaults Against ‘Bully’ Donald Trump

Establishment donor Stan Pate — the Marco Rubio contributor, Democrat donor and friend of Jeb Bush responsible for anti-Trump skywriting over Pasadena’s Rose Parade and three New Years Day Bowl games — says his assaults on 2016 Presidential candidate Trump aren’t nearly over.

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Apple I Sells for $200k; Donor Sought

If a woman who dropped off boxes of electronics at a South Bay recycling firm returns to the store, she will collect a $100,000 check. In early April, the unknown woman, who said her husband had just died, deposited a number of boxes at Clean Bay Area. One box contained a vintage Apple I, which Clean Bay Area found two weeks later and sold for $200,000 to a private collection. The woman did not obtain a receipt or tell the store her name.

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Cindy McCain Joins Funding Plea Amidst John McCain Challenge Fears

U.S. Senator John McCain’s wife Cindy has joined in an intensifying fundraising effort in a Saturday hard sell for donations that comes as the incumbent, some call weakened, appears to be feeling the heat from dissatisfied constituents and impending primary challengers heading into 2016.

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