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September 29, 2016 - 11:00am
Notice that Wednesday night O'Reilly never said one word about the leaked Fox News memo telling everyone to stop using the worthless online polls. He also never said a word about Trump using the polls, or the dishonest people at Fox using them. So much for O'Reilly being an honest non-partisan journalist.
O'Reilly and all the other Fox News Hosts are citing the worthless polls anyway. Proving they are all in the tank for Trump, and that they can not be trusted to report the news in an unbiased way.
The Fox News vice president for public-opinion research sent an internal memo out reminding television producers and the politics team that unscientific online polls "do not meet our editorial standards."
After the September 26 presidential debate, Fox News hosts and contributors repeatedly cited online polls, which largely favored Republican nominee Donald Trump, to defend Trump's widely panned performance.
Fox & Friends continued to hype online polls on September 28, the day after the internal Fox memo was sent, with co-host Brian Kilmeade stating that "the online polls show Trump winning an overwhelming margin."
In fact, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton dominated in the actual scientific polls.
The September 27 memo, sent by Dana Blanton, Fox News vice president of public-opinion research, noted that "quick vote items posted on the web are nonsense, not true measures of public opinion."
Blanton wrote that "the sample obviously can't be representative of the electorate because they only reflect the views of those Internet users who have chosen to participate."
From the September 28 Business Insider article:
A Fox News executive sent a memo Tuesday afternoon reminding television producers and the politics team that unscientific online polls "do not meet our editorial standards."
Dana Blanton, the vice president of public-opinion research at Fox News, explained in the memo obtained by Business Insider that "online 'polls' like the one on Drudge, Time, etc. where people can opt-in or self-select, are really just for fun."
"As most of the publications themselves clearly state, the sample obviously can't be representative of the electorate because they only reflect the views of those Internet users who have chosen to participate," Blanton wrote.
As the Fox News executive pointed out, users who participate in such polls must have internet access, be online at the time of the poll, be fans of the website in question, and self-select to participate.
"Another problem -- we know some campaigns/groups of supporters encourage people to vote in online polls and flood the voting page," she wrote.
"These quickie click items do not meet our editorial standards."
At least three Fox News hosts cited unscientific online polls in the hours following Monday's presidential debate to suggest Donald Trump emerged as the winner of the political showdown.
While Trump did, in fact, come out ahead in a slew of online polls, the polls were all unscientific, meaning the sample of participants did not accurately reflect the sample of viewers who watched the debate. Such polls are always discounted by professional pollsters and analysts.
The only scientific survey conducted in the immediate aftermath was the CNN/ORC instant poll, which showed viewers thought Hillary Clinton handily defeated Trump.
And the Republican pollster Frank Luntz had a focus group that voted 17 to 3 for Clinton as the winner, so it was not just the CNN poll that had Clinton easily winning, which was 18 to 2 for Clinton, almost matching the Luntz focus group vote exactly.
Respondents to a Morning Consult poll released Wednesday also said, by a 49% to 26% margin, that Clinton bested Trump in the debate.
"News networks and other organizations go to great effort and rigor to conduct scientific polls -- for good reason," Blanton wrote in the memo. "They know quick vote items posted on the web are nonsense, not true measures of public opinion."
O'Reilly did it too, saying this Tuesday night on his show:
O'REILLY: "Finally, Bret Baier had a wise comment today. He said that if the polls continue to build for Trump after the debate, the Clinton campaign will be in serious trouble. Many online surveys are boosting Trump's debate performance, but both candidates can do much better. And to win the White House they will have to."
There were no polls that continued to build for Trump, they were all rigged and worthless online polls that nobody goes by.
And btw folks, I have known for 20 years that these online polls are a joke, I used to run polls on my website and every one came out 80/20 against O'Reilly, because the site is oreilly-sucks.com, so most of my visitors hate O'Reilly, and all my polls were rigged by my visitors, so I stopped doing them a long time ago.
That means O'Reilly and the people at Fox have also known for many years that those online polls are worthless, and yet they all cited them as valid polls anyway, just to try to make Trump look good somehow, proving they are all biased for Trump, and can not be trusted.
O'Reilly even tried to get Charles Krauthammer to promote the online polls, but it backfired, because Krauthammer slammed them, saying this:
KRAUTHAMMER: "Snap polls are totally meaningless, and they tell you nothing. I guarantee you that if you had a poll on who had the better hair, Trump would get the same 80%.
The Valid & Scientific Polls On The Debate Are In & Clinton Won
September 29, 2016 - 10:00am
Hillary Clinton scored a decisive debate victory over Donald Trump, coming off as more presidential and better prepared, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll.
Donald Trump was viewed as ill-prepared.
By a 27-point margin, 49 percent to 22 percent, Americans who had heard at least something about Monday's presidential debate said that Clinton did a better job than Trump.
Those results are mostly in line with other scientific post-debate polls, which also found a sizable advantage for Clinton.
Seventy-seven percent of those polled, including a majority in both parties, said that Clinton prepared well enough for the debate, compared to just 27 percent who said the same for Trump.
Even 43 percent of Republicans said that Trump should have done more preparation.
A majority, 56 percent, said that Clinton displayed a presidential temperament during the debate. Just 34 percent said the same of Trump, who claimed during the debate that his temperament was his strongest asset.
Clinton led on laying out her positions, with 50 percent of those polled saying she did a better job of explaining her policies, 28 percent naming Trump, and 22 percent unsure.
Two-thirds of Americans polled said they had watched at least part of the debate, while 10 percent had watched only clips or highlights, and 11 percent had only read or watched news stories about it.
The opinions of those in the latter groups matter because, as research has found, coverage of a debate can have just as much impact as the debate itself, and because even those who didn't tune in may still turn out to vote.
And there's generally a perception that coverage was friendlier toward Clinton. Sixty-six percent said that Clinton received more positive news coverage after the debate, while just 6 percent believed that Trump had.
Clinton got more positive news coverage because she did very well, and Trump did terrible, so that is what the reporting is going to report on.
Those who watched at least part of the debate said by a 30-point margin, 53 percent to 23 percent, that Clinton won, while those who watched highlights or read news stories said so by a narrower 17-point margin, 35 percent to 18 percent.
While Democrats who paid attention to the debate saw it as a win for Clinton, Republicans were less enthusiastic about Trump's performance. Eighty-two percent of Democrats polled said that Clinton won, and similar percentages gave her high marks for preparation, temperament, truthfulness and policy chops.
In contrast, just 43 percent of Republicans polled said that Trump did better, with 17 percent believing that Clinton outperformed him, and 35 percent that neither candidate won the debate. A fifth said that the debate worsened their opinion of the Republican nominee.
Independents who were polled also favored Clinton, saying by a 14-point margin, 39 percent to 25 percent, that she won the debate over Trump. Forty-four percent felt she displayed a presidential temperament, while just 35 percent said the same of Trump.
The Biased Trump Supporter O'Reilly Admitted Clinton Won The Debate
September 29, 2016 - 9:00am
O'Reilly: "She Used Three Effective Grenades. Trump's Tax Returns, The Birther Issue, And Support For The Iraq War"
Quote from O'Reilly Tuesday night:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Technically, Hillary Clinton won the debate on points because she was able to keep Trump on the defensive. She used three effective grenades. His tax returns, the birther issue, and support for the Iraq War.
Even Krauthammer Admits The Online Polls Showing Trump Won Are Meaningless
September 29, 2016 - 8:00am
Here is a partial transcript from the O'Reilly Factor Tuesday night:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Now, before we get to the specifics of the debate with you. Were you surprised that the Time magazine snap poll and WCBSTV snap poll, which is a CBS flag ship here in New York, had Trump winning fairly substantially?
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Of course not. Because they are totally meaningless. These are online polls. These are not random samples. The only thing that means anything and even the randomly sampled polls have their problems.
But the idea that you win because your supporters come out and click on the computer more than others tells you nothing. I guarantee you that if you had a poll on who had the better hair, Trump would get the same 80 percent.
Take Note: O'Reilly knows the online polls were rigged by right-wingers at online forums and message boards posting links to the polls and telling all their members to flood and rig the vote, and yet he reports their results as if they are valid, and points out that Trump won them, when he knows they are unscientific and worthless.
Trump Lied On O'Reilly That He Won The Google Poll
September 29, 2016 - 7:00am
On the Wednesday night O'Reilly Factor show, Donald Trump said he did well in the debate and that he won a bunch of polls, and even the google poll. Even though most of the polls he was talking about were the worthless online polls even O'Reilly now admits are garbage.
It was the 1st segment on the show and Trump said he won the Google poll by 2 or 3 points, which is just a flat out 100% lie, and O'Reilly said nothing.
Not once did O'Reilly fact check Trump and tell him he was wrong, he just let him lie.
I am looking at the Google debate poll right now and it says this:
Exclusive IJR-Google Poll Shows the Victory in Last Night's Presidential Debate Goes to...Hillary Clinton
In a poll conducted for Independent Journal Review by Google Consumer Surveys, respondents were asked the following questions.
Who won the debate? Hillary, by four points, 52 to 48.
So Trump lied, he lost by four points, in the very same Google poll he claims to have won by 2 or 3 points. And you know he was lying because he could not even cite one number, was it by 2 points, or 3 points? If he really won and he was not lying he would have had an exact number, instead of saying he won by 2 or 3 points.
And one last thing, in the O'Reilly transcript of the segment on his very own website he edited out the part where Trump said he won the Google poll by 2 or 3 points, it is not in the transcript, but when you watch the video you can clearly hear Trump say he won the Google poll by 2 or 3 points. You can bet it was edited out because O'Reilly knows it is a lie.
O'Reilly Lied For Trump That He Opposed The Iraq War
September 28, 2016 - 9:00am
O'Reilly lied that Trump opposed the Iraq war, and then said nobody cares if he opposed it or not. So he lied for Trump, then claimed it is ok to lie about it because he says nobody cares. But when Hillary Clinton lied about something nobody cared about O'Reilly did not have the same opinion, in her case it was important, but when Trump does it he says it is not important.
O'Reilly and almost everyone at Fox News Has Tried Defending Trump's Iraq War Lie, Despite All Evidence To The Contrary. They just ignore the actual audio tape of Trump on the Howard Stern show (from before the Iraq War) where he says he supports the war, O'Reilly and Fox refuse to play it, while spinning for Trump that he opposed the war.
Here is a partial transcript of O'Reilly lying and spinning for Trump:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Is it possible that no one cares about whether Donald Trump thought the Iraq War, the run-up -- I don't care. I mean, I don't know why anybody would care at this juncture in history. So what?
FRANK LUNTZ: You're correct. And that's because we want to know what they're going to do in the future. Not what they have done in the past and not what they thought in the past.
O'REILLY: Look, I can then report this. I know Trump. Trump didn't like that war. He didn't like it. So I can tell you, that's firsthand experience.
Do Not Trust Online Polls Because They Can Be Rigged
September 28, 2016 - 8:00am
I have seen this done myself, online groups of Republicans post links to online polls then have everyone on their list and in their group to flood the polls. They do it all the time at the right-wing www.freerepublic.com, and even brag about how good they rigged the polls.
They vote multiple times using tricks and scripts, and sometimes even run programs that do multiple votes.
Those online polls that Trump keeps tweeting as proof of his victory at the presidential debate were rigged by rings of Trump supporters who manipulated the polling.
According to The Daily Dot, the reason why Trump won the online polling but lost every other poll was that a large ring of Trump supporters rigged the vote:
In this latest incarnation, multiple Reddit users enlisted the Trump-supporting masses on r/The_Donald, which has over 200,000 subscribers, by posting dozens of online polls that are vulnerable to vote brigading, bots, and other forms of manipulation that make these non-scientific surveys notoriously unreliable.
The goal, according to comments surrounding the poll-manipulation threads, is to twist the mainstream media narrative that crowned Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton the victor. The effort spread to Twitter, where #TrumpWon became the number one trending topic in the United States Tuesday morning.
Trump supporters were flooding the online polls in a coordinated effort to make the press and voters think that they really didn't see Donald J. Trump fall flat on his face while attempting to debate Hillary Clinton. The fix was in, which is why no credible news outlet reports on, or trusts online polls.
Fox News has been pushing Trump's victory in the rigged online polls, which says more about Fox than it does the organizations who choose to place unscientific polls on their websites.
Any poll that is open to the public can be easily manipulated, and should not be trusted as a valid source of information.
Even the rigging of the online polls can't hide the fact that Donald Trump lost the first presidential debate.
And btw, Trump and all his people know those online polls were rigged, and yet he cited tham anyway, which is a very dishonest thing to do. The online polls are unscientific and basically worthless, because the only people who vote in them choose to visit that website and the results can easily be rigged.
Trump Flies Personal Jet For Campaign And You Are Paying Millions For It
September 28, 2016 - 7:00am
Taxpayers are now picking up most of Donald Trump's air travel costs, unnecessarily spending millions of dollars because he insists on flying aboard his luxury 757 instead of a more practical plane.
And because the GOP presidential nominee owns both the company that owns the jetliner and the one that operates it, some percentage of that taxpayer money is winding up as profit in Trump's personal bank account.
Because it seats so few passengers, Trump's Secret Service agents make up more than half of the plane's flight manifests. And that means taxpayers are now legally required to pick up the majority of its staggering running costs.
Over the first three months of this year, after Trump asked for and received Secret Service protection, the agency's payments to his campaign accounted for 48 percent of the $1.7 million that it paid Tag Air Inc., the candidate's company that operates the private jet.
Over June, July and August, as Trump became the GOP nominee and his security detail grew, the agency's payments to the campaign made up 78 percent of the $1.3 million that it paid to Tag Air, according to The Huffington Post's review of Federal Election Commission filings.
Politico, which first reported these payments, put the total the Secret Service paid to the Trump campaign at $1.6 million. But a closer look at campaign finance filings shows that the U.S. Secret Service covered more than $2.3 million of the $3.8 million Trump’s campaign has paid Tag Air in 2016.
That figure is on pace to top $3 million by Election Day on Nov. 8 -- a total that would be nearly double what taxpayers spent to fly Secret Service agents around with 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney.
The difference: Romney did what every other non-incumbent presidential candidate has done in recent history and chartered an airliner on which staff, Secret Service and the traveling press corps all flew together, thereby driving down the cost for everyone.
"It's eye-opening," said Bob Biersack, who spent three decades at the FEC before joining the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.
Biersack said the payments do not appear to be illegal and that the former reality TV show host was not likely to care about appearances. He pointed to the many tax breaks Trump's businesses have aggressively sought over the years. "This is not the first time he's used government assets to his own advantage, right?" he added.
Both the Secret Service and the FEC said election regulations do not allow any leeway for how the agency is to reimburse campaigns for travel. Trump's campaign did not respond to queries from HuffPost about the matter.
The last Republican candidate did the same thing in the final months of 2012. Romney's chartered McDonnell-Douglas MD-83 was only seven feet shorter than Trump's Boeing 757, but was configured essentially like a standard airliner and could carry some 150 passengers, even with a more spacious first-class section for Romney and his top staff.
In contrast, Trump's 757, which he purchased from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2011, boasts a lounge with a 57-inch television and home theater sound, a master bedroom appointed with silk wall coverings and a guest room with a mohair couch that converts to a bed. It can, however, only seat 43 people and it appears not to carry even that many on the campaign trail, based on the number aboard recent flights.
FEC rules require that Secret Service agents pay a "pro-rata share of the travel" to the campaign. So if agents on any given leg make up three quarters of the passengers, the U.S. Government is required to pay three quarters of the cost to fly Trump's luxury jet.
What that figure is precisely for a given amount of time is known by the Trump campaign, but cannot be determined through the few public documents on file that describe Tag Air.
And as pricey as his plane is to fly, he makes his travel even more expensive by insisting on returning to New York City at the end of each day so he can sleep in his own bed in Trump Tower's penthouse. Flying home, rather than overnighting in the next city on the campaign schedule, typically adds three to four hours of flying time per day, translating to $27,000 to $36,000 per day in higher flight costs.
Trump paid Tag Air $2.1 million to fly his plane around to campaign events in 2015. The money came from the checks he was writing to fund his campaign, as well as from the sale of "Make America Great Again" hats and other campaign souvenirs. Not a dime came from taxpayers.
This year has been a completely different story, first with the availability of Secret Service payments to defray his travel costs, and then with a flood of donor money following his signing of a joint fundraising deal with the Republican National Committee in May.
The Secret Service payments to fly on Trump's glitzy but inefficient plane hit taxpayers, potentially creating problems for him if public anger translates into a drop in support, the Center for Responsive Politics Biersack said.
"The issue is that he's chosen that particular plane," Biersack said, adding that FEC commissioners likely never contemplated that a candidate would choose such an extravagant mode of transportation. Nor did anyone guess that taxpayers could wind up on the hook if it did happen, Biersack added.
"It was never anticipated that the proportion of campaign travelers would be so heavily tilted toward federal officials."
In other words, Trump keeps the passenger list down so that taxpayers are paying most of the bill, which should be illegal, and he should have to pay it himself, or use a different plane.
James Carville Says Trump Debate Performance Was Terrible
September 27, 2016 - 11:00am
Carville: "Trump's Debate Performance Was So Bad, Roger Ailes Will Have To Disavow Involvement"
Carville: "I Just Bet You That The Word Comes Out From Roger, 'I Didn't Have Anything To Do With This, Don't Pin This On Me'"
BRIAN WILLIAMS: While we're having a moment, James Carville would like in. James, critique the job you just heard Kellyanne Conway doing, up against withering questioning from Chris Matthews.
JAMES CARVILLE: Well, look, I thought I was back watching Crossfire when I was on that. I mean look, she talked a lot and she has a difficult job. One point I wanted to make is so much of the Trump persona and so much of what he talks about is winning, and how he's a winner, and everybody's a loser.
And I think a lot of his supporters like -- take pride in the fact that he's such a winner, and he was anything but that tonight. And I wonder what the effect of this is going to be on the enthusiasm of his supporters, that he actually -- and he got beat by Hillary Clinton who to a lot of his people is evil incarnate, or is a weak person or something like that.
So, I -- this is kind of a unique thing where somebody whose whole branding is built around being a winner and he can win for the country really did -- lost so bad tonight. It's going to be curious to see how he carries that through.
And Nicole, I bet you tomorrow that Roger Ailes gets out that he didn't have very much to do with preparation. I just bet you that the word comes out from Roger, "I didn't have anything to do with this, don't pin this on me."
But the crazy far-right fool Sean Hannity loved it, and even said Trump had a good night, which is just laughable. Losing all the polls and focus groups 18 to 2 and 17 to 3 is not having a good night, except is Hannityland, where Trump always has a good night, even when he does terrible and shows what a dummy he is.
SEAN HANNITY: Hey welcome to this two hour edition of Hannity. We're live from Hofstra University. We're in Hempstead, New York. The first presidential debate is now in the books. A very good night for Donald Trump.
Tonight, we'll speak with the man himself, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Rudy Giuliani, Reince Priebus, Newt Gingrich, Laura Ingraham, Sherriff David Clarke, and so many more but first, right after the debate after he stepped off the stage I had the very first interview with the Republican nominee.
Trump Lies That Lester Holt Is A Democrat
September 27, 2016 - 10:00am
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump sees Democrats everywhere. Even when they're not.
Take his friendly chat Monday night with Fox's Bill O'Reilly, who asked Trump about the scheduled moderators of his debates with Hillary Clinton. If you missed it, here's a portion of the transcript courtesy of The Washington Post when they talked about the journalists who will be asking the questions, including Lester Holt of NBC:
TRUMP: And by the way, Lester is a Democrat.
O'REILLY: I didn't know that.
TRUMP: Look, it's a phony system. Lester is a Democrat. I mean, they are all Democrats. Okay? It's a very unfair system.
In fact, Holt has been a registered Republican since 2003.
Fox News On Suicide Watch After Clinton Crushed Trump At Debate
September 27, 2016 - 9:00am
Fox News is nearly suicidal after Donald Trump was routed by Hillary Clinton in the first presidential debate.
Brit Hume immediately criticized Trump for his facial expressions saying that Trump looked annoyed. Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly, and Juan Williams moaned and groaned that Trump only briefly talked about Clinton's emails.
Kelly said, "There was a lot of time that he was given to exploit the issue, which was a major issue in the campaign, and it went unused."
The Fox coverage then cut to Sean Hannity backstage with Trump for some post-debate propaganda.
After Trump and Hannity had cuddled for a bit, the coverage went back to Baier and Kelly. Megyn Kelly pointed out that Clinton sliced and diced Trump. Even Fox News noticed that Clinton was on the offensive during the debate while Trump played defense.
The mood of the coverage at Fox News is completely glum and dire, which is the biggest sign yet that Republicans know that Donald Trump did poorly in the first presidential debate.
Debate Moderator Asks Trump To Justify Not Releasing His Tax Returns
September 27, 2016 - 8:00am
LESTER HOLT (MODERATOR): Mr. Trump, we're talking about the burden that Americans have to pay, yet you have not released your tax returns. And the reason nominees have released their returns for decades is so that voters will know if their potential president owes money to, who he owes it to, and any business conflicts.
Don't Americans have a right to know if there are any conflicts of interest?
DONALD TRUMP: I don't mind releasing. I'm under a routine audit, and it will be released, and as soon as the audit is finished, it will be released.
HOLT: The IRS says an audit of your taxes -- you're perfectly free to release your taxes during an audit. And so the question, does the public's right to know outweigh your personal --
TRUMP: Well, I told you, I will release them as soon as the audit. Look, I've been under audit almost for 15 years.
CNN's Post-Debate Poll Shows An Overwhelming Victory For Hillary Clinton
September 27, 2016 - 7:00am
CNN Post-Debate Poll Shows 62 Percent Of Audience Thought Clinton Won, Just 27 Percent Thought Trump Won.
WOLF BLITZER (CO-HOST): You've got the results of our poll that was taken in the aftermath of this debate.
DAVID CHALIAN: I do, it is a poll of debate watchers, and so in our sample, this is a more Clinton-friendly audience.
We now will reveal to you who won the debate according to this audience. Overwhelmingly Hillary Clinton. Sixty-two percent of Americans, of those that watched the debate tonight in this audience said Hillary Clinton won compared to 27 percent who said Trump won.
Again, this is of debate watchers and our sample definitely is more Democratic than a normal poll. But that is an overwhelming victory among these debate watchers we polled for Hillary Clinton.
Yes CNN had it 18 to 2 for Clinton, but the right-leaning Frank Luntz focus group also has Clinton killing Trump, 17 to 3, so it was not just Clinton leaning watchers who thought she crushed Trump in the debate.
Frank Luntz tweeted this:
So far, 17 people in my group say Hillary is winning; 3 say Trump. Tax question weakened him, birther question destroyed him.
Fact checkers also counted 16 lies from Trump, and 0 for Clinton. Let's see O'Reilly and Fox spin that, you know they will, just how much?
Donald Trump Was Sued Many Times For Disability Law Violations
September 26, 2016 - 8:00am
Here is the real Donald Trump, it shows he does not care about disabled people, even disabled veterans. All he cares about is making money.
At least eight times over the last 19 years, Donald Trump's properties have been subject to lawsuits for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act, court records show. Additionally, a federal inspection found current ADA violations at one of his properties.
Only once did Trump come close to winning, in a suit that was dismissed at the request of both sides. Five of the cases were settled, while two ended in consent decrees requiring building modifications and one met its end in a Trump property bankruptcy.
When a disabled Purple Heart veteran filed a lawsuit in 2004 alleging that the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York lacked proper handicapped-accessible emergency exits, guest rooms and restrooms, Trump dragged the case out for three years.
He tried to get the lawsuit dismissed and counter-sued his own architects to try and shift liability to them, but a judge dismissed that attempt. Trump eventually settled and agreed to make changes to the hotel.
"What was so striking and frankly appalling was the way he tried to fight the violations," said Helena Berger, the president and CEO of the nonprofit American Association of People with Disabilities. "That, I think, is really telling."
After Trump mocked a New York Times reporter with arthrogryposis last November, the reality TV star defended himself by pointing out how much money he had spent on accessibility in his hotels. "I spend millions a year, or millions of dollars on ramps," he said in July, "and get rid of the stairs and different kinds of elevators all over and I'm gonna mock? I would never do that."
He did it, it is on video, Trump mocked a disabled reporter and made fun of his disability, he just refuses to admit it. Just like O'Reilly does when he says something crazy, he refuses to admit it and slams the person who simply reported what he said.
Yeah Trump spends the money, but only when he has to, and after years of legal battles over it, which he never tells you about, or O'Reilly for that matter. O'Reilly never reports any of this stuff, he ignores it all, but if Clinton even stubs her toe O'Reilly is all over that story.
Spending that money is a legal requirement: The Americans with Disabilities Act, which became law in 1990, requires that buildings and spaces used by the public meet specific disability access standards.
The cases show that Trump has been less than enthusiastic about spending money to bring his buildings into compliance with federal law.
For example, in 2001, two wheelchair users said that the wheelchair lift at Trump International was kept locked, and the employee who eventually unlocked it couldn't operate it. In court records, one of the plaintiffs, Robert Levine, said the experience made him feel like a second class citizen. The other plaintiff, Frieda Zames, said it was like being a grade school child asking permission to go to the restroom.
As in the 2004 lawsuit, after a judge denied Trump's motion to dismiss the case, Trump counter-sued his architect to try to shift liability. Trump amicably settled the 2001 case in 2009, when both he and the plaintiffs agreed to dismiss the complaint.
Emily Munson, a disability rights lawyer, told HuffPost that she understands the building owner's perspective in ADA cases. The requirements are exhaustive and violations can be very technical, compared to more substantive problems, Munson said. On the other hand, she added, businesses have had over a quarter century to come into compliance with the ADA.
Trump, she said, "clearly sees people with disabilities as sick or in need of charity and pity, rather than people with rights who deserve to be out and about and accessing the community."
Trump's Atlantic City Plaza Hotel has also come under fire for its basic and serious deficiencies in accessibility. In a 1997 suit, James Conlon, who is paraplegic, said that even though he stayed in a designated handicapped-accessible room at the hotel, the toilets and showers were unusable for someone in a wheelchair, and the public restrooms were so inaccessible that he had to ask strangers to help him use them.
Trump settled the case a year later, agreeing to pay Conlon's legal fees and renovate the hotels rooms and public restrooms to comply with federal law. But a year after that, Conlon told the judge in the case that the renovations Trump had agreed to hadn't been done.
Two additional complaints were brought against the Plaza Hotel in 2007 and 2008. The plaintiffs in the former agreed to dismiss the case, and the latter case was terminated by Trump's company's 2009 bankruptcy.
Conlon also brought a case in 2003 alleging that the bus between New York and the Atlantic City, New Jersey, casino wasn't accessible and that wheelchair access could only be provided with one week's notice. Trump tried counter-suing the bus provider, but eventually settled Conlon's case.
Another Trump hotel in Atlantic City, the Trump Taj Mahal, settled with the Department of Justice in 2011 after an inspection by the U.S. Attorney's Office showed numerous violations, including not posting signs on some disabled parking spots.
But the cases aren't limited to Trump's tri-state area properties. In 2011, a guest at the Trump International Miami -- which the reality star doesn't own but licenses his name to -- alleged that his designated accessible room had accessibility problems. The case was confidentially settled.
And in response to a lawsuit in 2014, the Trump National Doral Miami golf course said making its pool accessible to disabled users would impose an undue burden. Trump and the plaintiff agreed to enter into a consent decree four months after the suit was filed.
Study Finds 20 Million Americans Would Lose Healthcare Under Trump
September 26, 2016 - 7:00am
A non-partisan study revealed devastating news for the Republican Party and Donald Trump. The Trump healthcare plan would make health care more expensive and cost 19.7 million mostly poor, and ill Americans their health insurance.
The non-partisan study from the Rand Corporation funded by The Commonwealth Fund of Trump's health insurance plan found, "Repealing the ACA would result in 19.7 million fewer people with health insurance in 2018. This estimate assumes that individuals who newly enrolled in Medicaid under the ACA, but who were eligible under prior law, would remain enrolled even if the law were repealed."
"Repealing the ACA and adding a tax deduction for health insurance would result in 15.6 million fewer people with health insurance. The Medicaid block-grant program results in 25.1 million fewer people with health insurance, including approximately 5.5 million people who were eligible for Medicaid under pre-ACA rules who lose coverage because states may lack the funds to sustain enrollment among this population. Allowing insurers to sell across states lines reduces coverage by 17.5 million people."
In contrast, the same analysis of Hillary Clinton's plan would provide access to health insurance to additional 9.6 million people, and reduce the cost of health care by 39%.
Donald Trump's health care plan would make health care less accessible, more expensive, and would jeopardize the lives of tens of millions of sick and poor Americans.
The choice for voters regarding policy is simple. A vote for Donald Trump is a vote for going back to the old system of more expensive health insurance and denial of coverage. Trump is a step backward that would literally cost people their lives and at minimum reduce the quality of life of tens of millions of Americans.
If voters can through the media chatter and noise, and look at what Trump is proposing to do as president, the decision in this election will get more obvious.
Trump doesn't want attention focused on his policies, which is why the last thing he needed three days before the first presidential debate was to have his fraudulent health care plan exposed to the world.
Clinton Hits Key 50-Percent Mark Leads By 6 Points In New Poll
September 24, 2016 - 9:00am
Hillary Clinton has a healthy lead over Donald Trump with just days until the first presidential debate, according to a new poll released Thursday by Associated Press/Gfk.
In a head-to-head matchup against Trump, the Democratic nominee hits the critical 50-percent mark and beats Trump by six points among likely voters. In a hypothetical contest that includes third-party candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, Clinton maintains her six-point edge over Trump and beats him by a margin of 45 percent to 39 percent.
The survey is the latest sign that public opinion is beginning to shift back in Clinton's favor during a critical moment in the campaign.
With more and more national data, including another poll out Tuesday showing Clinton up five, it's clear that the momentum is in her favor.
State polling data also had good news for Clinton on Thursday, with the Democratic nominee ahead in polls from Wisconsin, Virginia, and Colorado. In states like Florida and North Carolina, must-wins for Trump, the two major candidates are locked in tight battles.
Fortunately for the Democratic nominee, state polling tends to lag behind national surveys, meaning her clear improvement nationally is likely to show up in swing-state polls in the near future. Her slight Electoral College lead could become more comfortable in the coming weeks.
As we inch closer to the first presidential debate and the key month of October, Clinton is likely feeling good about the current trajectory of the race.
Clinton Drops Bomb On Trump Releasing 19 Pages Of Fact Checked Lies
September 24, 2016 - 8:00am
The Clinton campaign held a special press call to call on the debate moderators, media, and voters to fact check Donald Trump. In order to help the press, debate moderators, and voters fact check Trump, the Clinton campaign has released 19 pages of Trump lies.
HFA Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri said, "Donald Trump has shown a clear pattern of repeating provably false lies hoping that nobody will correct him. As we head into this debate, we want voters and viewers to be on alert that they should keep track. Any candidate that tells this many lies, clearly can’t win the debate on the merits."
The release of so many pages of fact checked lies was a brilliantly clever move from the Clinton campaign.
Palmieri repeated the Clinton belief that the moderator should be fact checking Trump at the debate, but since it has been made clear that this isn't going to happen, Clinton is giving voters and the press all of the materials that they need to fact check Trump in real time at the debate.
Throughout his entire campaign, Trump has been allowed to lie without consequence, but that is about to change at the first presidential debate.
The Clinton campaign is ready, and they are mobilizing an army of fact checkers to take down Trump.
Trump Campaign Chair Resigns After Racist Anti-Obama Comment
September 23, 2016 - 10:00am
A Trump campaign coordinator, Kathy Miller, was forced to resign on Thursday after The Guardian published an interview in which she said racism was nonexistent "until Obama got elected."
It's the latest evidence that Donald Trump's phony minority outreach effort is failing miserably. Miller, chair of the Trump campaign in Ohio's Mahoning County, said this:
"I don't think there was any racism until Obama got elected. We never had problems like this. Now, with the people with the guns, and shooting up neighborhoods and not being responsible citizens, that's a big change, and I think that's the philosophy that Obama has perpetuated on America. And if you're black and you haven't been successful in the last 50 years, it's your own fault. When do they take responsibility for how they live?"
Her comments aren't just offensive - though pretty unsurprising given how many Trump supporters subscribe to this bigotry - but they are also firmly rooted in a version of reality that exists only in the minds of those who support the Republican nominee.
It's an alternate reality where the African-American community is, as Trump now says repeatedly, riddled with uneducated, violent, and impoverished people. It's a dystopian fantasy meant to appeal to people's worst instincts.
It's obvious that racism existed not just before Obama's presidency, but before he was even born. And it's certainly true that bigotry has often reared its ugly head during his two terms.
What this disgraced Trump official doesn't seem to understand, at least not publicly, is why bigotry and prejudice have surfaced under Obama. It's not because he has done anything blatantly racist. It's certainly not because he has incited racism or made offensive comments directed at white people.
Obama's attitude or governing style hasn't been motivated by a bias toward one race or another. Instead, it is the reaction by many, including Trump himself, to this president's existence that has made race such a relevant issue.
Questioning Obama's legitimacy, his patriotism, his birthplace, his religion - these racially motivated attacks are things that have, indeed, happened under this president. But is it people like Donald Trump and Kathy Miller who have perpetuated them.
And btw, Obama is not to blame for racism, the racists are to blame. Obama is just a black man who became the President, he has not made racism worse, and the people who say he has are just idiots. How is it the fault of Obama that he is black, and there are racist white people who hate him just because of his skin color.
It's crazy to say because a black man was elected President he has made racism worse, it's insane. The people to blame are the racists, not Obama.
Biased Bill O'Reilly Slams Washington Post For Criticizing Trump
September 23, 2016 - 9:00am
Here is a partial transcript from the Wednesday O'Reilly Factor:
BILL O'REILLY: The left in America dazed and confused by how tight the presidential race is just a few days before the first debate. The liberal media, in particular, in panic mode, so they're breaking out the evil card, Adolf Hitler.
Writing in the The Washington Post this week crazy-left columnist Richard Cohen banter's Trump "Hitlerian disregard for the truth." Basically, Cohen putting forth that Trump is like Hitler in his thinking because, quote, he thinks the truth is what he says it is, unquote. Interesting.
The Washington Post is interesting because hard news wise they do a pretty good job. But this guy, Fred Hiatt, who runs the editorial section and op-eds and all of that, this guy is so crazy because when you write a column, there has to be some kind of -- and you’re a columnist -- you have to have some kind of measure, you know?
You can't just be saying Donald Trump is Hitler when Hitler killed 55 million people because of his actions. You can't be doing that.
Trump Campaign Paid Trump's Companies Over $500,000 In August
September 23, 2016 - 8:00am
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign paid more than $500,000 in August to companies the businessman owns, according to campaign finance reports released late Tuesday.
The chief beneficiaries were Trump's aviation company and his office headquarters in Manhattan: TAG Air was paid nearly $320,000 for operating the campaign jet and Trump Tower collected nearly $170,000 in rent for the month of August.
Another $23,000 went to smaller Trump properties and businesses.
The biggest single recipient of Trump's campaign largesse last month was the digital marketing firm Giles-Parscale, which collected more than $11 million in fees from the Republican nominee. Brad Parscale, the company's president, has no formal political experience, but he's been a key member of Trump's resort marketing team for nearly a decade.
And who wants to bet me Trump is getting a kickback of some of that money for doing it? Anyone?
Trump also increased the amount of money his campaign shells out for private security, by nearly 10 times. The expense went from $20,000 in July to more than $180,000 in August.
As the presidential nominee of a major party, Trump already receives Secret Service protection. The Secret Service typically refunds political campaigns part of the cost of flying around with the candidate.
In June, police in Las Vegas arrested a 20-year-old Englishman who tried to grab an officer's gun, and who later said he intended to shoot Trump. A spokeswoman for the Trump campaign did not immediately respond to questions Wednesday about the former reality TV star's beefed-up security costs.
Luckily for Trump, his record-setting campaign expenditures were offset by a strong wave of small donations which totaled more than $12 million, many of which were made online. The strong fundraising followed a month during which Trump had replaced his core campaign team and worked hard to look more like a disciplined, mainstream presidential candidate.
Still, hundreds of thousands of dollars flow each month from the bank accounts of small dollar Trump donors and into the bank account of the self-proclaimed billionaire and "King of Debt."
The issue of how the presidential candidate spends the money donated to his Donald J. Trump Foundation has come to the fore this week, amid new allegations that he and his charity may have run afoul of basic tax laws.
Which of course O'Reilly has totally ignored.
The Washington Post revealed on Tuesday how Trump used money from his nonprofit foundation to settle a lawsuit against one of his private businesses. Rather than respond to the actual story, Trump and his campaign attacked the reporter, as did O'Reilly. He ignores the facts and slams the reporter who simply reported them.
He's like Trump's paid attack dog, he goes after anyone who reports bad news about Trump.
Crazy O'Reilly Says Voter ID Disenfranchisement Is A Total Myth
September 22, 2016 - 9:00am
Even though courts have shown it is true, with actual evidence, that O'Reilly ignores and never reports on, then acts like there is no evidence.
Here is a partial transcript from the Wednesday O'Reilly Factor, at least he had one guest on to call BS on his nonsense.
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Okay. Let's go to the voter registration thing which is a total myth. Eboni. You have a situation that a little ID card which will be sent, delivered, handed to you with a bag of M&Ms is now saying that's oppressive, you can't ask for that when voting. How insane is this.
EBONI WILLIAMS: Well Bill, the Fourth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court, many of those members would disagree with you that's a myth. In fact, they think, with surgical precision, they said it targets disproportionately targets black people.
Trump Used $258,000 From His Charity To Settle Legal Problems
September 22, 2016 - 8:00am
Which is illegal, but O'Reilly never reported on it, and does not understand why anyone is investigating the Trump foundation. In O'Reillyworld Trump never does anything wrong or illegal, and he calls it bias if anyone in the media reports on it, while he ignores the truth and covers for Trump.
Donald Trump spent more than a quarter-million dollars from his charitable foundation to settle lawsuits that involved the billionaire's for-profit businesses, according to interviews and a review of legal documents.
Those cases, which together used $258,000 from Trump's charity, were among four newly documented expenditures in which Trump may have violated laws against self-dealing -- which prohibit nonprofit leaders from using charity money to benefit themselves or their businesses.
In one case, from 2007, Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club faced $120,000 in unpaid fines from the town of Palm Beach, Fla., resulting from a dispute over the size of a flagpole.
In a settlement, Palm Beach agreed to waive those fines -- if Trump's club made a $100,000 donation to a specific charity for veterans. Instead, Trump sent a check from the Donald J. Trump Foundation, a charity funded almost entirely by other people's money, according to tax records.
Sean Hannity In Trouble After Fox Finds Out He Did A Trump Campaign Ad
September 22, 2016 - 7:00am
And of course Bill O'Reilly never said a word about it, now imagine what he would say if an anchor at MSNBC or CNN did a campaign ad for Hillary Clinton, all hell would break loose and O'Reilly would lose his mind for a week calling for them to be fired, but when Hannity does it he says nothing.
Fox News Sean Hannity, a vocal supporter of Donald Trump on his radio show and his 10 p.m. program on the top-rated, right-leaning cable network is in hot water Tuesday after his bosses were alerted to his participation in a Trump campaign video.
Hannity, who regularly features Trump on his shows in softball interviews and town halls, and recently sent a private jet for Newt Gingrich to confer with the Republican presidential nominee, appears along with Ted Nugent, Donald Trump Jr., Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke, Jr., and other Trump supporters to praise the candidate's devotion to gun rights among other virtues.
"One of the reasons I'm supporting Donald Trump this year is No. 1, he's gonna put originalists on the Supreme Court who believe in fidelity to the Constitution, separation of powers, co-equal branches of government. He's a guy who vet refugees to keep Americans safe."
Apparently, Hannity didn't see fit to obtain permission for starring in the political ad, an act that would be considered a serious breach of ethics at the overwhelming majority of news outlets (but Fox is not a news outlet, so he will be ok) and the sort of behavior that is definitely not condoned at a post-Roger Ailes Fox News.
"We were not aware of Sean Hannity participating in a promotional video," said a Fox News spokesperson, after The Daily Beast informed the network of Hannity's appearance, "and he will not be doing anything along these lines for the remainder of the election season."
It was not clear if Fox News co-presidents Bill Shine or Jack Abernethy gave Hannity a talking-to or whether he will face any disciplinary action.
Please, give me a break. They will not do anything to him, and you can bet on that.
Networks Refuse To Air Trump's Hotel Press Tour After Reporters Barred
September 21, 2016 - 8:00am
The major television networks refused Friday to use or distribute footage of Donald Trump's press tour of his new Washington, D.C., hotel because the Republican nominee didn't allow reporters to attend.
Trump had just finished playing the cable networks, luring them into carrying 20 minutes of praise from veterans before finally admitting that President Barack Obama was born in the United States.
That very brief admission came after he had fueled the lie of birtherism for the past five years. Trump then left the stage without taking questions that journalists surely had about that long-running crusade and his repeated false claim that Hillary Clinton had started the racist birther movement.
The Republican nominee next led a tour of his new hotel without his press pool, the small group of journalists designated to follow the candidate at an event and provide details for the larger press corps.
The campaign allowed visuals of the hotel tour by permitting a photographer and a cameraperson to come along. But they didn't allow the designated print reporter or ABC News Candace Smith, who was physically prevented from fulfilling her role as the TV pool reporter.
The Trump campaign's refusal to allow a reporter to attend what had essentially become a photo-op violated the understanding it has with the networks that are handling such events. As a result, the network bureau chiefs convened Friday and decided not to use or distribute the footage, according to a source familiar with the decision.
Fox News Washington bureau chief Bryan Boughton, who currently serves as chair on behalf of the television pool, explained in a statement why the networks balked at the arrangement.
"The Television pool members chose not to participate in a tour of the Trump Hotel in Washington D.C. today because our editorial team member was barred from going on the tour with a videographer," Boughton said. "The TV Pool traditionally doesn't participate in events that our reporters or producers are not allowed to attend."
The day before, Trump mocked reporters who arrived late to his rally in Laconia, New Hampshire. Trump is the only candidate who doesn't fly with his traveling press corps, which (as is the practice) relies on the campaign to arrange a charter plane to get them to events on time. But he refused to wait a half hour for the press to get there.
On Friday, Trump himself was an hour late to his hotel event, thereby ensuring maximum media hype.
The networks pushback on Friday was a rare display of collective action amid the Trump campaign's bullying and blacklisting of the press throughout the 2016 presidential race.
Several journalists applauded the bureau chiefs decision, with New York Times reporter Ashley Parker tweeting that "NOTHING will change until TV cameras stop covering Trump blindly and take a stand in solidarity."
Some CNN Anchors Have Finally Had It With Trump's Lies
September 21, 2016 - 7:00am
Donald Trump has benefitted from plenty of free and favorable media, particularly from CNN. But he may have finally pushed his luck too far.
Trump had promised that his appearance at the new Trump hotel in Washington, D.C., on Friday would include a major statement about President Barack Obama's birth status.
The real estate mogul teased the appearance that morning, fueling speculation that he might finally admit he had been wrong to question the president's U.S. citizenship. There was even talk that Trump might apologize.
It didn't happen. After speaking for a few minutes about his new hotel and letting a series of veterans praise his candidacy, Trump said, "Hillary Clinton and her campaign of 2008 started the birther controversy. I finished it. I finished it. You know what I mean. President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Period. Now we all want to get back to making America strong and great again."
The statement, which lasted about 30 seconds, contained two separate lies.
Clinton didn't start the birther controversy. Trump, who as recently as this week has refused to say he believed Obama was born in the U.S., didn't end it. And CNN's panelists made sure their viewers knew it.
This was John Berman: "Hillary Clinton and her campaign never pushed it." And this was his co-anchor, Kate Bolduan: "It's false. Donald Trump in 2011, he made this his signature issue. No one has gone as far as Donald Trump on the birther issue."
Jake Tapper , who, to his credit, has been among the most aggressive about calling out Trump's lies was blunt: "Those are two factually false statements. She and her campaign never, never started the birther issue. Second, Donald Trump did not end the birther issue."
Tapper also noted that the birther issue had a racial element, because it was an effort to delegitimize the nation's first African-American president.
John King, who remembered interviewing Trump on the day Obama released his birth certificate, was nearly speechless.
"After four or five years of leading a fraudulent and reckless campaign against the legitimacy of the United States president, you got, what, about six or seven words from Donald Trump?" he said.
"And none of those words," Berman noted, "were 'I'm sorry, I apologize.' Or explaining why he ever questioned the birth status of the United States president."
On social media, other media figures reacted with a similar mix of incredulity and condemnation.
This response may have partly reflected a realization that Trump had manipulated the media once again, by getting the networks to break away from normal coverage in order to show some pretty routine campaign speeches, and promote his new hotel along the way. After promising a big reveal, Trump began his appearance by bragging about his new hotel. He then let a parade of veterans sing his political praises, turning the event into a free advertisement.
"We got played," CNN panelists admitted on air.
Whatever the reason, the reaction to Trump's birther statement recalled the harsh commentary following Trump's attacks on federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel (the Mexican-Ameircan judge presiding over a lawsuit against Trump University) and the Kahn family (the Muslim parents of a Marine killed in Iraq).
Trump's statements in those cases so clearly betrayed racial bias that they fueled lengthy political controversy, and ended up hurting his campaign. Friday's statement on the birther controversy was so egregiously dishonest that it may have a similar effect.
Seth Meyers: Trump Built His Career On A Racist Lie Because He's A Racist
September 20, 2016 - 10:00am
Meyers: "You Don't Get To Peddle Racist Rhetoric For Five Years And Decide When It's Over"
Even A Conservative Tax Foundation Says Trump Plan Is A Lie
September 20, 2016 - 9:00am
Trump Tax Plan Revealed To Be A Fraud That Would Cost Trillions And Benefit The Top 1% The Most.
The conservative-leaning Tax Foundation has evaluated Donald Trump's tax plan and found that the plan would cost the US trillions of dollars and grow the incomes of the top one percent by 10%-16%.
The conservative-leaning Tax Foundation has evaluated Donald Trump's tax plan and found that the plan would cost the US trillions of dollars and grow the incomes of the top one percent by 10%-16%.
Trump claimed last week that his tax plan benefits the middle and working class, "In addition, because we have strongly capped deductions for the wealthy and closed special interest loopholes, the tax relief will be concentrated on the working and middle class taxpayer. They will receive the biggest benefit - it won't even be close. This is a working and middle class tax relief proposal."
According to analysis from the Tax Foundation,, this was a lie, "On a static basis, the plan would lead to at least 0.8 percent higher after-tax income for all taxpayer quintiles. The plan would lead to at least 10.2 percent higher incomes for the top 1 percent of taxpayers or as much as 16.0 percent higher, depending on the nature of a key business policy provision."
Donald Trump's tax plan is designed to boost the incomes of people like Donald Trump. The wealthiest Americans will see their incomes go up by 10%-16%, while all other taxpayers will see a virtually non-existent gain of 0.8%. In other words, the Trump tax plan is designed to give nothing to 99% of Americans who aren't at the top of the economic pyramid.
Trump also promised that his tax plan would be deficit neutral, "It will be deficit neutral. If we reach 4% growth, it will reduce the deficit."
This is going to be next to impossible as the Trump plan will cost $4.4 to $5.9 trillion. To make the plan deficit-neutral, Trump would need to drastically slash domestic spending. Since Trump has already promised to increase military spending, it will be virtually impossible for Trump's tax plan to be deficit neutral.
Donald Trump's tax plan is more of the same failed Republican attempt to redistribute wealth to the top in the hope that it will trickle down to the rest of us.
Trump is making promises that his tax plan can't and won't deliver.
A vote for Donald Trump is a vote for a tax cut for the top one percent.
O'Reilly Caught Lying About Trump Beating Clinton On Terrorism
September 20, 2016 - 8:00am
Here is more proof O'Reilly is biased in favor of Trump and against Clinton. He said this Monday night.
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): On the terror issue, Trump has the advantage as most Americans are pretty much fed up with the jihad and want to see a more aggressive policy to defeat it. Trump also has emotion on his side, as the president and Mrs. Clinton continue to downplay the Muslim angle, even though just about all the terrorism in the world is generated by Islamic fanatics.Wrong, here are the facts. From politico.com on 9-20-16:
Who has the upper hand on terrorism, Clinton or Trump?
Voters trust Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump by a narrow margin on terrorism.
Donald Trump took full advantage of the opportunity Monday to return to blasting Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for failing to keep the country safe in the wake of this weekend's bomb attacks in New York City.
And Clinton jumped on the news to prosecute her own case against Trump: that he is a dangerous demagogue whose inflammatory rhetoric puts the nation at further risk.
The polls offer a more nuanced picture. Voters trust Clinton over Trump by a narrow margin when it comes to terrorism and national security -- a reversal from past elections when Republicans were seen as the party stronger on national defense.
Robert Gates Says Trump Is Not Qualified To Be Commander-In-Chief
September 19, 2016 - 10:00am
Former Defense Secretary Bob Gates is not a big fan of Donald Trump, and he thinks Trump is beyond repair.
In a scathing op-ed published in the Wall Street Journal, Gates (who served under both Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama) takes Trump to task for his ideas about dealing with potentially hostile relations in China, Russia, the Middle East, and beyond.
Gates says Trump is in a league of his own when it comes to credibility issues. He brings up Trump's support of autocrats like Vladimir Putin and dictators like Saddam Hussein, Trump's calls for torture and the killing of terrorist's families, and Trump's willingness to allow Japan and South Korea to develop their own nuclear weapons.
"At least on national security, I believe Mr. Trump is beyond repair," Gates concludes. "He is stubbornly uninformed about the world and how to lead our country and government, and temperamentally unsuited to lead our men and women in uniform. He is unqualified and unfit to be commander-in-chief."
Trump, unsurprisingly, was unhappy with Gates op-ed, taking to Twitter to voice his disapproval of the former Secretary of Defense's tenure.
In response to Trump's tweet, NPR Morning Edition reporter Steve Inskeep implored Trump to come on his show and do an interview about foreign policy. According to Inskeep, Trump's staff agreed to such an interview almost 250 days ago.
As of today, the Trump campaign had not responded to the inquiry as to whether Trump has any plans to go on NPR Morning Edition.
P.S. Trump will never do it, because they want him to answer policy questions all by himself, with no help from anyone on his staff, and he does not do that, he only goes on Fox shows where he knows they will let him get away with not answering the questions.
One Man At Fox Slammed Trump's Past And Present Birther Lies
September 19, 2016 - 9:00am
And it was sure not Bill O'Reilly, he ignores it because he is a friend of Trump and totally in the tank for him.
From the September 16 edition of Fox News Shepard Smith Reporting:
SHEPARD SMITH (HOST): Remember the TV show Punk'd? Remember it? Ashton Kutcher would set up elaborate pranks of celebrities as the cameras rolled, it was pretty funny, really.
Today Donald Trump punked the media and we learned it's not as fun when you're the victim. Here's what happened. Donald Trump's campaign announced that he would be holding a news conference, his first news conference on any matter in two months. This one on his past statements about the president not being born in America, statements that were never true.
He made them for years, but instead of the promised news conference, he did an eight minute live commercial on all channels for his new hotel in Washington, then brought out American heroes to extol his greatness, then said the first black President of the United States really is an America citizen, gave no explanation for his previous statements to the contrary, or the reason for the change in position, then said Hillary Clinton started it, which she did not.
Again, he blamed Hillary Clinton for creating the birther conspiracy theory. She did not. The comments came from that new hotel of his, just blocks away from the White House.
Not only did Trump admit that President Obama was born in the U.S. -- thanks for that -- he also took credit for resolving the issue that never was. Apparently forcing President Obama to release his birth certificate back in 2011, stating that he was obviously born in Hawaii.
SMITH: There is no evidence to support the claim that Hillary Clinton or her team started the theory that President Obama wasn't born in America. Zero, it never happened. Yet this is not the first time Donald Trump has accused the Clinton camp of exactly this, even though fact-checkers have debunked the claim, including the Washington Post, Politifact, and Factcheck.org.
SMITH: Obviously Clinton's team came out to set the record straight. She did not start the birther rumor, in fact Hillary Clinton has attempted to point out that Donald Trump's refusal to admit that President Obama was born in United States is a sign that the Republican nominee is not connected with black voters, which he isn't.
Of course, that's because the birther issue, illegitimate by any issue as a definition, questioned the legitimacy of our nation's first black president and gives fuels to the "He's not one of us" lies.
Reporters on hand presume this was Trump's attempt to put the birther issue behind him. So far, that has not happened.
Sunday News Shows Ignore Trump Foundation Investigation
September 19, 2016 - 8:00am
The Sunday morning political news programs ignored two major news stories that raise ethical questions about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's family charity and his business interests, including reports that Trump's charitable foundation is under investigation by the New York Attorney General and the conflicts of interest the Trump Organization would raise in a Trump presidency.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said in a September 13 CNN interview that his office is investigating Trump's charitable foundation over concerns that it engaged in some impropriety as related to New York charity laws.
The investigation launched amid reports from The Washington Post that Trump spent money from his charity on items meant to benefit himself, such as a $20,000 oil painting of himself and a $12,000 autographed football helmet, and also recycled others contributions to make them appear to have come from him although he hasn't given to the foundation since 2008.
In Newsweek's September 23 cover story, Kurt Eichenwald reported that Trump's business interests will constantly jeopardize the security of the United States if Trump wins the presidency and does not sever all connections to the Trump Organization.
The Trump Organization, Eichenwald reported, has been largely ignored by the media, yet would cause serious conflicts of interest and ethical quagmires in nearly all foreign policy decisions a president Trump would make. Eichenwald's report explains that the Trump Organization's enterprise includes deep ties to global financiers, foreign politicians and even criminals, and reveals a web of contractual entanglements that could not be just canceled which could conflict with major national security decisions and negotiations required by the presidential elect.
Yet none of the Sunday morning political news shows had any coverage of either report on September 18th.
NBC's Meet The Press briefly alluded to reports that the Trump Organization could pose conflicts of interest without mentioning the Newsweek report directly. Host Chuck Todd asked Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway whether Trump would offer an explanation of how he will wall off his business so that there are not even illusions or any sort of cloud that would hang over foreign policy decisions and his international business dealings.
But ABC's This Week, CNN's State of the Union, Fox Broadcasting's Fox News Sunday, and CBS Face the Nation all completely ignored the stories about Trump's foundation and business empire, even though each featured interviews with Trump surrogates who could have been asked about them. Meet the Press did not reference Trump's foundation at all.
Journalists have been criticized for the double standard in the ways they cover Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Earlier this month, cable news programs devoted 13 times more coverage to Clinton's pneumonia diagnosis as The Washington Post's reporting about the Trump Foundation.
This week, both the Trump Foundation and Trump Organization stories were mostly ignored by the broadcast news programs in favor of coverage of Donald Trump's Dr. Oz stunt.
Trump Jr. Reveals The Real Reason His Father Won't Release His Tax Returns
September 17, 2016 - 9:00am
For months, the official talking point of the Trump campaign has been that Donald Trump would be happy to release his tax returns but cannot because they are under audit.
This explanation is a lie for a couple of different reasons. First, being subject to an audit does not prevent Trump from releasing his tax returns. (From a legal perspective, it makes it less risky.) Second, most of Trump's tax returns are not under audit. We know this because the Trump campaign released a letter confirming that all of his tax returns from 2008 and earlier are not under audit.
Still, this is the official explanation. His running mate Mike Pence said it. His campaign manager said it. Trump himself has said it repeatedly. In January, Trump described his tax returns as "all approved and very beautiful" and pledged to release them soon without even mentioning the audit.
But in an interview with the Pittsburgh-Tribune Review published on Wednesday night, Donald Trump Jr. revealed a completely different, and more accurate explanation.
Trump Jr. didn't mention the audit but said that his father would not release his tax returns during the election because it would create a distraction and people would have a lot of questions.
When asked why his father has not released his tax returns as presidential candidates have traditionally done, Trump Jr. said, "Because he's got a 12,000-page tax return that would create financial auditors out of every person in the country asking questions that would detract from his main message."
The fact that Trump's tax returns would be a subject of discussion is precisely why they should be released. Among other things, his tax returns would provide a clearer picture of the many conflicts between a Trump administration and his business interests.
Every major presidential candidate for the last 40 years, except Trump, has released their tax returns.
Arguably, Trump's returns are the most consequential. Most candidates have long careers in government, making their tax returns quite simple since government service largely precludes complex financial entanglements. Trump, however, has a been involved in intricate financial dealings for decades.
His returns would shed light on the true extent of his charitable giving, whether he took aggressive measures to avoid paying taxes and provide a more accurate picture of his real income.
These are questions, according to Donald Trump Jr., that he doesn't want answered during the campaign.
Mark Cuban Offers $10 Million To Charity If Trump Can Explain His Own Policies
September 17, 2016 - 8:00am
Many people are saying Donald Trump's proposed policies are light on specifics and better suited to 140-character tweets. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is one of those people.
On Friday, Cuban challenged Trump to a four-hour interview concerning the candidate's policies and their substance, offering to donate $10 million to a charity of Trump's choosing if he accepted.
The summons comes after the GOP presidential nominee threw a tantrum on Fox Business Friday morning. When host Maria Bartiromo asked Trump about Cuban's prediction that the markets would tank should he win the presidency, Trump fell back on his classic rebuttal: He called Cuban stupid.
"Well, I know Mark and you know, the problem with Mark, he is not smart enough to understand what we are doing," Trump said. "He's really not smart enough, in my opinion, to really understand what's going on."
Earth to Donald Trump, Mark Cuban actually earned his billions with his brain, he is a tech expert and very smart, oh and did I forget one of the sharks on the tv show shark tank. They do not put idiots on the show, they only have smart people on. And unlike Trump, he actually earned his money, he did not have his daddy give it to him.
And btw Trump, if Cuban is an idiot and you are the smart guy, then you will do the interview and take the $10 million, and show him who the real smart guy is, right?
Trump added that Cuban used to send him so many different tweets, but they've since tapered off.
"I'm just, I'll have to send you all of the Mark Cuban tweets and conversations," he added. "But Mark is not (I really believe) not smart enough to understand what's going on."
In response, Cuban hopped on Twitter and invited Trump to a four-hour interview, offering the candidate a chance to substantiate his policies:
@realDonaldTrump $10mm to the charity of YOUR choice if you let ME interview you for 4 hrs on YOUR policies and their substance.
-- Mark Cuban (@mcuban) September 16, 2016
Of course, there are some ground rules: "you cant mention the Clintons or discuss anything other than the details and facts of your plans," said Cuban, "and no one else is in the room to help. Just me, you and a broadcast crew."
Cuban even said that Trump could keep the money.
"If you need it," Cuban tweeted, "I'll write you the check and you can keep the money rather than give it to charity."
And you can bet Trump will never do it, and O'Reilly will never say a word about any of it. Because Trump is a racist clown who has no clue what his policies are, because someone else wrote them and is in charge of telling him what they are.
Fox Business Lies About Economic Data While Saying Obama Is Lying
September 17, 2016 - 7:00am
The Panelists Ignored The Entire Bush Administration And The Great Recession, all caused by Bush, not Obama.
A Fox Business panel put their spin on the latest round of positive economic indicators. The host and guests misleadingly framed median income data to omit the economic calamities of the Bush administration while accusing President Obama of "cherry-picking the time frame and playing with the numbers" related to other examples of economic improvement.
On the September 14 edition of Fox Business Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney and guests Elizabeth MacDonald and Tammy Bruce slammed President Obama for defending his economic legacy during a campaign stop in Pennsylvania.
The segment began with Varney and MacDonald lamenting that new median household income data released yesterday by the Census Bureau is still below the peak back in 1999, with MacDonald mockingly adding, "You're nearly as rich as you were 17 years ago."
Varney complained that Obama was cherry-picking data to claim his administration has created nearly 15 million net new jobs, and MacDonald added, "He's not factoring in 2009, so he's playing with the numbers."
MacDonald further claimed that a majority of net new jobs during the Obama administration have been in low-paying fast-food or health sector industries. Bruce concluded the segment by lamenting the administration's so-called spin and theater while citing evidence from outside sources that she claimed contradicts the significant increase in median household income from 2014 to 2015.
The complaint that Obama is not factoring in 2009 is particularly telling, given that the segment began with Varney and MacDonald ignoring all of the reasons that median incomes remained lower in 2015 than at their 1999 peak.
The reason Obama did not count 2009 is because all those job losses were caused by Bush, the Obama economic policies did not kick in until almost February of 2010, after a long hard fight with the Republicans in Congress to get them passed. Funny how the biased right-wing panel failed to mention any of that.
What happened between 1999 and 2015 to cause this income stagnation? The answer is simple: two recessions, both of which occurred during the Bush administrations and neither of which was Obama's fault.
Contrary to Varney's biased and dishonest claim, President Obama was not cherry-picking data to prop up his economic legacy. He simply counted it from the time his economic policies were put in place, and once they were the economy got much better and jobs started coming back.
Even Fox's complaint about shifting the time frame on net job creation carries little weight. CNNMoney explained last January that the president is basing his calculation on net jobs created since the low point of his presidency. He does not include 2009, because the economy the president inherited that year was rocked by the Bush recession and it took time for the Obama administration's policies to take effect.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Obama administration has overseen the creation of 15.1 million private sector jobs since that indicator bottomed out in February 2010 and 10.9 million private sector jobs overall since he took office in January 2009.
The Census report showed major improvements in the poverty rate and the health care insurance rate and revealed broadly shared income gains across all racial and ethnic groups and by workers at every level of income.
The gender wage gap narrowed slightly, with women earning roughly 80 percent as much as men in 2015, up from 79 percent the year before. The Census deemed that increase not to be statistically significant, and more work remains to be done to achieve equal pay, but the latest data still reveal the narrowest pay gap in history.
Meanwhile, the year-to-year median income increase of 5.2 percent represented the largest single-year increase since record-keeping began in 1967, according to The New York Times.
Fox News and Fox Business have a long history of cherry-picking data to frame the Obama administration and progressive economic policies in the worst possible light.
They also ignore the fact that the economy and jobs always do better under Democratic Presidents than it does under Republican Presidents.
The economy continues to improve as I type this despite their dishonest and biased protests.
Crowley Claims Trump Is A Young 70 & Clinton Is An Old 68
September 16, 2016 - 10:00am
Now this is classic conservative nonsense, the crazy right-wing nut Monica Crowley claimed Trump is a young 70, but Clinton is old at 68. Yes, she really said that, and they keep putting her on the air, because of course that is what Fox News does.
MONICA CROWLEY: There's a difference between biological age and physiological age. Mrs. Clinton is going to be 69-years-old in a couple of weeks. Donald Trump just turned 70. But the overall perception is that Donald Trump is a young 70, and Mrs. Clinton is a relatively old 68, 69, in terms of physiology.
I think those questions are legitimiate, and the idea that perhaps Mrs. Clinton is not being entirely straightforward with voters on the true nature of her condition is a legitimate issue both for Donald Trump to raise, for the media to raise, and for voters to raise.
Trump Lies About Ford And The Right Wing Media Swears To It
September 16, 2016 - 9:00am
Trump lied about Ford and of course his friend Bill O'Reilly and the rest of the dishonest right-wing media repeated the lie.
Donald Trump told audience members at the Economic Club of New York that "Ford has announced just yesterday that they're moving their small car production facilities to Mexico."
Bill O'Reilly: Trump Plans To Threaten Ford "And The Others Who Are Moving Jobs Out."
O'Reilly also claimed that Trump's economic policy plans were supply side and included threatening "Ford and the others who are moving jobs out" of the United States:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): It's a supply-side plan like Reagan, right?CNN Trump Surrogate Scottie Nell Hughes: Ford Is Moving Jobs "Out Of Detroit To Mexico."
Fox Business Lou Dobbs: Trump "Tore Into Ford's Choice To Move Small Car Manufacturing To Mexico."
And now the facts:
Ford CEO Mark Fields: Zero Jobs Will Leave Michigan During Transition. Ford Motors CEO Mark Fields told CNN's Poppy Harlow that Trump's claim that Ford is sending jobs to Mexico is absolutely not true and that zero jobs will be outsourced from Michigan.
Fields said Ford would replace small car manufacturing in Michigan with two very exciting new products so not one job will be lost:
POPPY HARLOW: So it is not true that Ford will be, quote, "firing all of its employees in the United States?" Will Ford cut any U.S. jobs as a result of this move? One? Any single one?
MARK FIELDS: Absolutely not. Zero. And what we announced is that we'll be moving our focus out of Michigan so that we can compete more financially in that particular segment. But at the same time -- and that is an agreement we have with the UAW. And what we'll be doing is we'll be replacing those products with two very exciting new products so not one job will be lost. And most of our investment is here in the U.S. and that is the way it is going to continue to be.
New York Attorney General Opens Probe Of Trump Foundation
September 16, 2016 - 8:00am
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Tuesday he had opened an inquiry into the Donald J. Trump Foundation to ensure the Republican presidential nominee's charity was complying with state laws governing nonprofits.
Schneiderman sued the real estate mogul and his now defunct Trump University for fraud in 2013, seeking $40 million in restitution plus penalties and other costs.
In a CNN interview on Tuesday, Schneiderman said his office had now brought Trump's charitable foundation under scrutiny.
"My interest in this issue really is in my capacity as regulator of nonprofits in New York state. And we have been concerned that the Trump Foundation may have engaged in some impropriety from that point of view," he said.
O'Reilly Whitewashes Scandal About The Trump Foundation
September 16, 2016 - 7:00am
O'Reilly says the Trump foundation did nothing wrong, and he does not know why they are being looked at. Even though Trump's history of charity is especially bizarre. As with so much else about the self-proclaimed billionaire, Trump talks big about his generosity but can't or won't go into specifics.
Investigations by journalists into Trump's family charity, the Donald J Trump Foundation, have turned up little in the way of recent donations from the candidate's own pocket, and uncovered one case of an illegal gift to a politician who at the time was weighing whether or not to sue Trump University for fraud.
The Trump Foundation has allegedly engaged in what's called "self-dealing," or using a charity's money for personal gain, which is against IRS rules. For instance, the foundation spent $20,000 on a giant portrait of Trump himself, and $12,000 on Tim Tebow memorabilia.
But of course O'Reilly never mentioned any of that or reported on it.
And then there's the alleged bribe the Trump Foundation paid to Florida attorney general Pam Bondi. This was a $25,000 donation that the foundation made in 2013 to a Bondi-aligned PAC, which was problematic for a couple reasons. First, charities can't give to PACs-Trump's campaign said that the charity had given the money to the PAC by mistake, then screwed up again by telling the IRS the money had gone to a different group (whoops!).
When this came to light this year, Trump paid the IRS a $2,500 penalty and reimbursed the foundation for the $25,000 gift. Second, just days after that gift, Bondi reportedly decided not to join a lawsuit against Trump University filed by New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman.
Speaking of Schneiderman, in 2014, the Trump Foundation gave $100,000 to Citizens United, a conservative group that was then suing the New York AG over his efforts to get them to disclose their donor list.
Citizens United said the gift wasn't related to the lawsuit, but a Schneiderman spokesperson didn't agree, telling Yahoo News, "Funding a meritless lawsuit against this office would be nothing new for someone like Donald Trump, who has filed baseless ethics complaints, planted bogus stories, and tweeted a steady stream of incoherent insults just to make himself feel better for being exposed as the fraud he clearly is."
When BuzzFeed News looked into Trump's charitable giving in June, campaign spokesperson Hope Hicks told them, "He makes contributions personally, and there's no way for you to know or understand what those gifts are or when they are made."
Even though there is a way to know what those gifts are-Trump could just release his tax returns, which he has refused to do. (Trump claims he can't release them because he's under audit, though Richard Nixon showed his returns to the public while being audited. This week, VICE News filed a lawsuit with the IRS seeking to gain access to the audits of Trump's returns.)
And O'Reilly does not report any of this, or any of the details, all he does is use his biased right-wing show to claim Trump is innocent, and nobody should bother to look into what he is doing with his bogus foundation. O'Reilly is just a Trump stooge and he proves it every night, look at how he covered the story, it's laughable, and not even close to actual journalism, where both sides of the story and facts are reported and talked about.
The whole segment was two Republicans lying and spinning for Trump, with no Democratic guest, or anyone to give the counterpoint, or details, or things called facts.
BILL OREILLY (HOST): But Trump, he did accept money from other people who donated to him and he put it in his foundation. They knew it was going in the foundation. Same thing with Hillary and Bill Clinton. Same thing. You donated to the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Foundation doled the money out. So what's the difference here?
OREILLY: But I don't understand the controversy. Because if the Clinton Foundation gets money from a guy in Kazakhstan and then gives it to somebody in Haiti, the Haitian people don't know who the guy is in Kazakhstan is. Isn't it the same thing?
ERIC SHAWN: Yeah, I guess it is.
OREILLY: Ok alright? So I don't get the big scandal. This is not a partisan deal.
OREILLY: I have to tell you I have looked at this case and nothing is going to come of this, this Florida case. And the other one, you know, I think it's to be fair, should be very upfront about your foundations. All right? If you are given other people's money, you should tell people this isn't my personal money coming to you. This is a guy in Kazakhstan named Rudy, okay, who once knew Marco Polo and then he gave money to me.
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