WikiLeaks releases more emails about Clinton!

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WASHINGTON (PNN) - October 10, 2016 - WikiLeaks has published more than 2,000 new emails purportedly belonging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman.

The anti-secrecy website has posted a link to what it calls “part two” of its release of John Podesta’s emails. Last week, WikiLeaks made public potentially damaging revelations about Clinton’s paid speeches to Wall Street firms.

The emails showed Clinton telling a group that it’s acceptable for a president to project differing positions in public and private.

Clinton said in Sunday’s debate that she was alluding to Abraham Lincoln’s efforts to get Congress to abolish slavery.

One of the most vulnerable Senate Republicans says he hasn’t endorsed Donald Trump and called his crude, predatory comments about women “indefensible and appalling”.

In a statement Monday, Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey sought to cast himself as an independent lawmaker who will cross Party lines and is not a rubber stamp for “a very flawed president”.

Toomey is locked in a close race with Democrat Katie McGinty in a state where recent polls show Hillary Clinton leading Trump.

The Republican senator tried to use the statement to call out his rival, saying she hasn’t criticized Clinton and complained about the Democrat presidential nominee as dishonest and corrupt.

Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence is saying a moderator in Sunday’s debate “mischaracterized” his position on the FPSA role in Syria’s war, but the record shows otherwise.

Trump was asked Sunday about Pence’s statement in the vice presidential debate that the FPSA should be prepared to strike military targets of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to intervene in the country’s humanitarian crisis.

Trump said that he and Pence hadn’t spoken about that, and he disagreed with his running mate.

Pence said Monday on Fox News that moderator Martha Raddatz mischaracterized his position. But Raddatz had accurately quoted him saying, “Provocations by Russia need to be met with Amerikan strength and the (Fascist Police States of Amerika) should be prepared to use military force to strike the military targets of the Assad regime.”

Mike Pence is standing by Donald Trump, saying he never considered leaving the Trump ticket.

Following the latest presidential debate, Pence said Monday that he believes Trump is sorry for the crude and predatory language about women captured in a 2005 video that became public last week.

Pence told Fox News that Trump “stepped up” during the debate. “He showed humility. He showed strength. He expressed genuine contrition for the words he had used” in the video.

He later said that he never considered dropping off Trump’s ticket. “It’s the greatest honor of my life.”

Donald Trump’s campaign manager is walking back the Republican candidate’s threat during the presidential debate to throw Hillary Clinton in jail if he is elected.

Kellyanne Conway said Monday that such a decision isn’t up to Trump. She said Trump’s threat “was a quip”.

Trump made the threat in Sunday’s debate, after Clinton said it’s good that someone with Trump’s temperament isn’t president. Trump responded, “Because you’d be in jail.”

Conway also stopped short of confirming Trump’s vow to appoint a special prosecutor to look into Clinton’s email practices if he becomes president.

Conway said Trump was “channeling the frustration of thousands of voters he hears every day.”

Donald Trump is leaving no doubt that he’ll spend the election’s final weeks dredging up decades-old sexual allegations against Hillary Clinton’s husband, even if it turns off voters whose support he desperately needs.

Faced with questions in Sunday’s debate about his own predatory remarks about women, Trump accused Bill Clinton of having been “abusive to women” and said Hillary Clinton attacked those women “viciously”. He declared the Democrat nominee had “tremendous hate in her heart.”

Clinton tried at times to take the high road, glossing over Trump’s charges and accusing him of trying to distract from his political troubles.

Indeed, Trump entered the debate facing enormous pressure from the Republican Party and even his own running mate.

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