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Partner, father and liberal Democrat. I am a native Michigander living in San Francisco who is a citizen of the world.

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Giuliani Says Affair Proves Clinton Is ‘Too Stupid"

Rudy Giuliani said that Hillary Clinton’s decision to stand by her husband after news of his extramarital affair broke in 1998 proves that the former secretary of state is “too stupid to be president,” Politico reports.

Said Giuliani: “The president of the United States, her husband, disgraced this country with what he did in the Oval Office and she didn’t just stand by him, she attacked Monica Lewinsky. And after being married to Bill Clinton for 20 years, if you didn’t know the moment Monica Lewinsky said that Bill Clinton violated her that she was telling the truth, then you’re too stupid to be president.”


Pence charter pilot fired, facing assault charges

A pilot who ferried GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, his family, staff, secret service contingent and traveling press has been fired following revelations that he faces criminal charges for intentionally hitting a man with his car.

The pilot, Vincent Caldara, is a former police officer and chairman of Trump's Florida Law Enforcement Coalition. The news of Caldara’s criminal charges was first reported by The Guardian in an article on potential criminal activities of some of those in law enforcement supporting Trump.

“I’m a very strong Trump supporter, I’m a retired law enforcement officer, and I’m currently on Governor Mike Pence’s flight operations team as one of his pilots during the campaign,” Caldara told a crowd at the opening of a Trump campaign office in Brevard County in early September. “Donald Trump and Governor Mike Pence are the law and order candidates.”

Pence’s camp distanced itself from Caldara: “All of our pilots are assigned by the airline,” Pence spokesman Marc Lotter told POLITICO.



Which candidate was huffing, puffing, sweating and shifting, and which as cool as ice? Trump and I are both tall men who can stand to lose a few pounds. How did a 70-plus year old man in his condition get suckered into standing in one spot for 90 minutes? I'll give it to Dick Cheney. He was always smart enough to make sure he was always seated for debates.

Chuck Todd criticized Hillary for being "over-prepared"

.@chucktodd: #debatenight exposed Trump's lack of preparation, but Clinton seemed over-prepared at times.


What was your first presidential debate?

I vaguely recall watching one of the 1984 debates, but I fully remember 1988? How about you?

PPP: Hillary helped herself with younger voters tonight.

47/10 young voters say they're more likely to vote Clinton after tonight. 23/39 say less likely to vote for Trump:


Mrs. Greenspan looks subdued tonight

Not happy about tonight's outing?

Here we go. CNN's chasing the birther accusation.

Right on queue. I knew they would find a way to turn the debate against Hillary.

I was wrong about Lester Holt.

I expected him to put him thumb on the scale for Trump, but he didn't. He was tough fair and actually held Don the Con accountable.

Early Voting Launches This Week In Illinois

DeKalb County residents can start casting their ballots Thursday at the Legislative Center at 200 N. Main St in Sycamore.

Early voting will also open at other locations in late October.

Doug Johnson, DeKalb County’s Clerk and Recorder, expects a big turnout this year.

"Knowing that it’s a presidential election -- if waiting until Election Day, you might have some lines to stand in. But if you early vote, you will have an opportunity to miss that," Johnson said.

Johnson says early voting options give people more flexibility.

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