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John Bolton: Republican Candidates ‘Who Backed Away from Trump’ Lost

On Thursday’s Breitbart News Daily, former U.N. Ambassador and AEI senior fellow John Bolton, who is also the head of a political action committee, told SiriusXM host Alex Marlow that “the opportunities are enormous going forward” from Donald Trump’s presidential victory.

UNITED STATES - NOVEMBER 5: From left, Jacky Rosen, Democratic candidate for Nevadas 3rd Congressional district, Catherine Cortez Masto, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Nevada, and Ruben Kihuen, Democratic candidate for Nevadas 4th Congressional district, hold hands in the air after speaking to campaign volunteers at a campaign office …

Joe Heck Loses Nevada Senate Race

The Associated Press has declared Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto the winner of the Nevada Senate race. Cortez Masto beat Congressman Joe Heck to claim the Senate seat vacated by retiring Senate Minority leader Harry Reid.

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Harry Reid: Donald Trump ‘Lost the Millions He Inherited,’ ‘Raped’ Atlantic City

Outgoing Senate Minority leader Harry Reid is drawing headlines for a new round of attacks against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Reid has taken aim at everything from the accuracy of Real Clear Politics to how Trump recently pronounced Nevada at a recent campaign stop. Using nearly identical tactics as he did against Mitt Romney during the 2012 presidential election, Reid made unsubstantiated claims about Trump’s tax returns and even invoked the Koch Brothers.

Hillary Clinton (L) and Donald Trump each landed support from 40 percent of registered voters in the New York Times/CBS News poll

UNLV Presidential Poll: Statistical Tie in Nevada

The latest survey from Democratic pollster Peter Hart for the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) has Hillary Clinton with a narrow three-point lead over Donald Trump, 44% to 41%.

OFA Rallies to Thank Ryan, Others for Immigration Reform Support

OFA Rallies to Thank Ryan, Others for Immigration Reform Support

President Obama’s campaign-turned-nonprofit, Organizing For Action, has stepped beyond party lines in its attempt to back the president’s preferred immigration reform plan. On Monday, OFA began sending members to districts held by Congressional Republicans wavering on the Senate’s amnesty-first immigration