On Thursday the media told Trump former Grand Wizard David Duke had endorsed him. Trump disavowed the endorsement.
I asked Trump last Thursday in the spin room about Duke and White supremacist support. He "disavowed" it. He also "disavowed" Duke on Friday
— Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) February 28, 2016
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The rumor started with Des Moines Register reporter Jennifer Jacobs who reported–without verifying–on Twitter and then in a report for USA Today that a group of Black students were kicked out before the rally began on orders by Trump. Jacob’s false report was picked up by many outlets without verification.
60% of Americans have a negative view of Donald Trump. It’s why the Democrats are so thrilled for our country to nominate him.
Clay Higgins, the charismatic Sheriff’s captain who put St. Landry Parish Crime Stoppers on the international map with his viral videos, has resigned from the Sheriff’s Office.
In a 50-page ruling rejecting almost everything federal prosecutors had argued, Judge James Orenstein ruled that Apple could not be compelled to help get information off a locked iPhone used by methamphetamine dealer Jun Feng under the 1789 All Writs Act, the same law at issue in the California terrorism case.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is no longer feeling the Bern, after the Democratic presidential candidate declined his offer for endorsement.
After Prince William County Officer Ashley Guindon was tragically shot to death on her first day on the job days ago, the NFL hopeful, Canady—whose cousin is an officer in the same department—paid tribute to Guindon on his cleats at the NFL Combine, showing he understands what’s really important in life.
Agents proceeded to search everything she had with her before allowing her into Vancouver, going through her computer, cell phone, luggage, and, yep, even searching her damn dog for any marijuana residue.