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Thursday, September 1, 2016

CNN Politics

7 lines that defined Trump's immigration speech

Yesterday
Donald Trump vowed Wednesday "there will be no amnesty," -- making his case for a United States less hospitable to, and accessible for, undocumented immigrants.

The many versions of a Trump meeting

Yesterday
Donald Trump's meetings often end the same way -- with two very different takeaways.

Poll: Trump trails Clinton by two points

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton is clinging to just a two-point national lead over Donald Trump, according to a new poll, a far narrower margin than most other surveys show.

Conservative media heavyweights at war over Trump

Yesterday
Conservative media friendships and alliances are breaking apart as Donald Trump's run for president roils the Republican Party.

Donald Trump on Mexico: Then and Now

Yesterday
How Donald Trump discussed Mexico was strikingly different between his announcement speech last June and his recent trip to Mexico.

Kaine criticizes 'cozy bromance' between Trump, Putin

Yesterday
Sen. Tim Kaine again criticized Donald Trump Wednesday over his relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, continuing his attacks on the Republican nominee in recent days.

Supreme Court won't reinstate North Carolina voter ID law

Yesterday
The Supreme Court denied a request Wednesday from North Carolina to allow provisions of its controversial voting rights law to go back into effect.

What Trump has said about Mexico and vice versa

Yesterday
Donald Trump has mentioned Mexico frequently since his first day on the campaign trail. The GOP nominee's first controversial campaign remarks on the country came in his presidential announcement speech, when he called some Mexican immigrants "rapists" and criminals.

Clinton: Trump 'dropping in' on Mexico isn't what it takes to build alliances

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton on Wednesday urged veterans at an American Legion conference to reject Donald Trump's view of the world, arguing that the Republican nominee doesn't have what it takes to build and maintain alliances.

Polls: Clinton's lead narrows in Wisconsin

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in Wisconsin, but the race has clearly tightened in recent weeks, two new polls show.

First on CNN: Pro-Clinton super PAC reserves $6M in ads aimed at minorities

Yesterday
Priorities USA, Hillary Clinton's top super PAC, will begin airing $6 million worth of ads targeting Latino and African-American voters.

Clinton to pause campaign on September 11

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign will stop campaign operations and airing ads on September 11 in honor of the 15th anniversary of the 2001 attacks, according to an aide.

Marine Le Pen: 'Anything but Hillary Clinton'

Yesterday
Marine Le Pen, the leader of the right-wing French political party National Front, praised Donald Trump on Wednesday and said that "for France, anything is better than Hillary Clinton."

Former model: Trump agency skirted visa laws

Yesterday
A former Trump Model Management model told CNN's "New Day" Wednesday that the Republican presidential nominee's modeling agency skirted visa laws.

Veterans charity which gave less than 2% of revenue to veterans closes its doors for good

Yesterday
The National Vietnam Veterans Foundations, a zero-rated charity that was the object of a CNN report in mid-May, has closed its doors for good, according to one of the charity's executives.

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