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10:40 PM ET, June 29, 2016


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NY1 News:
McConnell Says Trump Is Not Yet A “Credible Candidate”  —  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he has reservations about the candidate at the top the 2016 Republican ticket: Donald Trump.  —  McConnell made headlines earlier this week for declining to say whether Trump is qualified for the presidency.
Jim Hoft / The Gateway Pundit:
Ugh* Mitch McConnell Says Trump Is Not Yet a “Credible Candidate” (VIDEO)  —  Donald Trump shattered the GOP primary record this year by more than a million votes.  —  He was running against 16 challengers - another record.  —  Despite this fact GOP elites continue to trash the Republican nominee.
Katherine Faulders / ABC News:
Meet the Man Who Will Make Sure Trump or Clinton Can Govern on Day 1
Discussion: Politico and Washington Post
Christopher Sign / KNXV:
Loretta Lynch, Bill Clinton meet privately in Phoenix  —  PHOENIX - Amid an ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of email and hours before the public release of the Benghazi report, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately with former President Bill Clinton.
Alex Griswold / Mediaite:   Loretta Lynch Privately Meets With Bill Clinton Aboard Personal Plane
Chuck Ross / The Daily Caller:
Why Did Bill Clinton And Loretta Lynch Meet On Her Airplane In Phoenix This Week? [VIDEO]
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Donovan Slack / USA Today:
Exclusive: NRA to run $2 million Benghazi-themed ad campaign for Trump  —  The National Rifle Association's political arm is launching its first ad campaign of the 2016 presidential race, with a survivor of the terror attack in Benghazi urging viewers to vote for Donald Trump.
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Watchdog Groups File FEC Complaint Over Trump Emails To Foreign Pols  —  Two watchdog groups, the Campaign Legal Center and Democracy 21, said they will file Wednesday a complaint with the Federal Election Commission, arguing that the Donald Trump campaign has broken federal law …
Rachel Stockman / LawNewz:
Trump Slapped With FEC Complaint For ‘Illegally’ Soliciting Foreign Money
Campaign Legal Center:
Donald Trump Is Illegally Soliciting Money from Foreign Nationals to Fund His Presidential Campaign
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and Raw Story
Rebecca Ballhaus / Wall Street Journal:
British Politicians Demand to Exit ... Donald Trump's Fundraising List
Discussion: Politicus USA, Scotsman and Raw Story
ABC News:
Nate Silver Predicts Clinton Wins General Election Against Trump … “We're at halftime of the election right now,” Silver said.  “She's taking a seven-point, maybe a ten-point lead into half time.  There's a lot of football left to be played.  She's ahead in almost every poll, every swing state, every national poll.”
Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Discussion: Politicus USA and Guardian
Kim Janssen / Chicago Tribune:
Ditka surprised to read that he'll be at GOP convention with Trump  —  Photos of the Hall of Fame Bears coach.  —  A report late Tuesday that Donald Trump is lining up Mike Ditka to make a star appearance at the Republican National Convention came as no surprise to anybody — except Da Coach himself.
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Ivanka Trump: “Athletes And Coaches” Will Be Speaking At The RNC
Keith Hennessey:
Response to Trump on steel  —  In Pennsylvania today Donald Trump said, “When subsidized foreign steel is dumped into our markets, threatening our factories, the politicians do nothing.”  —  This is false.  President Bush imposed tariffs on imported steel in 2002.
Discussion: Hit & Run and New York Times
Jim Ruth / Washington Post:
I hate Donald Trump. But he might get my vote.
Maeve McDermott / USA Today:
Exclusive: Miss Teen USA to eliminate swimsuit competition  —  4.2k Shares  —  One of America's highest-profile beauty pageants just traded bikinis for athleisure.  —  In recent years, competitions have increasingly modernized, featuring women that break the mold of the traditional pageant queen …
Emma Platoff /
Why police were called to a South Jersey third-grade class party  —  On June 16, police were called to an unlikely scene: an end-of-the-year class party at the William P. Tatem Elementary School in Collingswood.  —  A third grader had made a comment about the brownies being served to the class.
Jonathan Martin / New York Times:
Trump Institute Offered Get-Rich Schemes With Plagiarized Lessons  —  In 2005, as he was making a transition from developing real estate to capitalizing on his fame through ventures like a reality show and product-licensing deals, Donald J. Trump hit upon a two-pronged strategy for entering the field of for-profit education.
Ben Brody / Bloomberg:
Clinton's Private E-Mail Use Said to Frustrate Top Aide Huma Abedin  —  Both witnesses to Abedin's testimony described her as cooperative.  —  A top aide to Hillary Clinton said the former secretary of state's use of a private e-mail server to conduct government business on at least …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
CBS News:
Obama goes on “rant” about Donald Trump's populism  —  President Obama went off on his own rant Wednesday at a trilateral press conference in which he disputed the idea that Donald Trump is a populist and that the presumptive GOP nominee instead promotes “nativism” or “xenophobia.”
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Obama: Trump isn't a populist
Sara Jerde / Talking Points Memo:
Trump Says GOP Opponents Should Support Him Or Be Banned From Office  —  Donald Trump said Wednesday that he thought his Republican primary opponents who vowed to support the Party's nominee should follow through or be banned from running for public office.  —  Trump, speaking at a campaign rally …
John McWhorter / The Atlantic:
The World's Most Efficient Languages  —  Just as fish presumably don't know they're wet, many English speakers don't know that the way their language works is just one of endless ways it could have come out.  It's easy to think that what one's native language puts words to, and how, reflects the fundamentals of reality.
Devin Henry / The Hill:
Senate panel approves $500M for international climate fund  —  The Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday adopted a $500 million spending package for the Green Climate Fund, an international climate change adaptation program.  —  Members approved the funding, via an amendment from Sens. Jeff Merkley
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Christal Hayes / Orlando Sentinel:
FBI asks agencies who responded to Pulse to deny records requests  —  The FBI released more information from its investigation into the June 12 shooting at Pulse, an Orlando gay nightclub where 49 people were killed and 53 were injured.  Among the information released: a partial transcript …
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Associated Press:
Missouri GOP Candidate For Governor Selling ‘ISIS Hunting Permits’  —  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Republican gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens is selling so-called “ISIS hunting permits” to raise money.  —  Greitens' campaign distributed an email Wednesday promoting bumper stickers …
Paul Sonne / Wall Street Journal:
Muslim Recruit's Death Sparks a Broad Marine Investigation  —  More than a dozen drill instructors in Parris Island, S.C., battalion face probe over allegations of hazing and physical abuse at boot camp  —  The death of a young Muslim-American recruit at boot camp is at the heart …
Discussion: Washington Post
Irene / Judicial Watch:
Law Enforcement Sources: Gun Used in Paris Terrorist Attacks Came from Phoenix  —  One of the guns used in the November 13, 2015 Paris terrorist attacks came from Phoenix, Arizona where the Obama administration allowed criminals to buy thousands of weapons illegally in a deadly and futile …
Jim Hoft / The Gateway Pundit:
ISIS Announces It Has Covert Units in France and Turkey  —  ISIS celebrated its second anniversary this week.  —  The terror group released an infographic of centers of control and areas with covert units.  —  The Islamists claim they have covert groups in France, Turkey, Tunisia and Algeria...
Cortney O'Brien /
Obama Admin Faces Lawsuit Over Iran Deal Cover-up  —  Americans were rightly outraged when they found out the Obama White House had misled the public to make the Iran Deal seem like a golden opportunity.  In reality, they knew Iran was not the “moderate” regime they claimed.
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Cliff Schecter / The Daily Beast:
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Jeff Cox / CNBC:
GOP donor Paul Singer says Trump would cause a depression
Discussion: Raw Story and Politicus USA
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