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2:25 PM ET, October 17, 2016

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Steven Shepard / Politico:
Poll: 41 percent of voters say election could be ‘stolen’ from Trump  —  The American electorate has turned deeply skeptical about the integrity of the nation's election apparatus, with 41 percent of voters saying November's election could be “stolen” from Donald Trump due to widespread voter fraud.
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Monmouth University:
Monmouth University Polling Institute  —  Trump Hurt by Misconduct Claims as Clinton Lead Widens  —  Voters divided on whether most guys use same language  —  West Long Branch, NJ - Hillary Clinton is currently ahead of Donald Trump by 12 points among voters likely to cast ballots in November.
Associated Press:
The Latest: Trump Cites Biden as He Defends Himself  —  The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):  —  Donald Trump is calling Republican leaders “naive” for dismissing his claims of a rigged election and urging his supporters to “come together and win this election.”
Discussion: Politico
Carrie Dann / NBC News:
Poll: Clinton Maintains 50-Point Lead Among Latinos
Michael Falcone / ABC News:
The Note: Ruckus Over Rigging
Discussion: Washington Times, Politico and The Week
Louis Nelson / Politico:
Ohio's Republican secretary of state calls Trump's rigged election claims ‘irresponsible’
Discussion: The Atlantic and New York Magazine
Tampa Bay Times:
Trump fans boo, walk out on Amy Schumer show in Tampa  —  TAMPA - About 200 people walked out of Amy Schumer's comedy show at the Amalie Arena in Tampa Sunday when she mocked Donald Trump as, among other things, an “orange, sexual-assaulting, fake- college-starting monster.”  —  7 Months Ago 7 Months Ago 7 Months Ago
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Kristin Salaky / Talking Points Memo:   Trump Supporters Ditch Amy Schumer Show En Masse After She Mocks Him
Chris Massie / CNN:
John McCain: 'I don't know' if Trump will be better for Supreme Court than Clinton  —  (CNN)Republican Sen. John McCain said on Monday that he wasn't sure if Donald Trump would be a better president for appointing Supreme Court justices than Hillary Clinton.  —  Trump has released lists of 21 potential justices.
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Matt York / Talking Points Memo:
McCain: GOPers Will Unite To Block ‘Any’ Clinton SCOTUS Nominee  —  Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) suggested Monday that the Republican party's months-long refusal to fill a vacant seat on the Supreme Court would extend into the next administration if Hillary Clinton is elected president.
Discussion: alan.com
Anneta Konstantinides / Daily Mail:
But Wikileaks revealed this morning that Assange's internet link had been ‘intentionally severed by a state party’  —  At 6.30am this morning WikiLeaks tweeted: 'Julian Assange's internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party', with conspiracy theorists claiming that it is linked …
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BBC:
Wikileaks: Julian Assange's internet access ‘cut’
Discussion: Engadget
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Early voting reveals warning signs for Trump  —  Democrats appear to be outpacing their 2012 early vote performance in several critical swing states, giving Hillary Clinton a head start on Donald Trump in some of the most important presidential battlegrounds.
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Nolan D. McCaskill / Politico:
North Carolina GOP leader suffers email breach
Susan Ferrechio / Washington Examiner:
Down-ballot GOP safe from Trump
Casey Reynolds / The Midnight Sun:
MIDNIGHT SUN EXCLUSIVE: New Poll Shows Trump-Clinton Tied In Alaska  —  New polling numbers provided exclusively to The Midnight Sun by the Alaska Democratic Party show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a statistical tie in The Last Frontier.  —  The poll was conducted …
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Office of Media Relations:
New GW Battleground Poll: Clinton Begins to Pull Away from Trump, and Voters Think She'll Win
Dave Levinthal / Center for Public Integrity:
Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash  —  Far fewer making contributions to Donald Trump, analysis shows  —  Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to members of the media on her campaign plane in September 2016.  Andrew Harnik/AP  —  likes
Gabriel Debenedetti / Politico:
Clinton goes for the kill in Arizona  —  Hillary Clinton's campaign is making its long-rumored move into Arizona, projecting confidence as it hopes to steal a red state with a win that the campaign says would effectively end Donald Trump's chances of becoming president.
Discussion: ABC News
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John Wagner / Washington Post:
New Clinton ad places Trump in tradition of big-screen bullies like Biff from ‘Back to the Future’
John Wagner / Washington Post:
As Trump stumbles, Clinton weighs a striking choice: Expand the map or stick to the plan
Jamie Gregora / The Daily Signal:
This Is the Percentage of Millennials Who Believe George W. Bush Killed More People Than Stalin  —  The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation released its first “Annual Report on U.S. Attitudes Towards Socialism” Monday.  The survey showed a distinct generation gap regarding beliefs …
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Donald Trump Might Not Be Running for President  —  In June, Sarah Ellison reported, “according to several people briefed on the discussions,” Donald Trump was exploring “the possibility of launching a ‘mini-media conglomerate’” after the election.  Ellison reported that Trump had put …
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Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Report: Trump's son-in-law discussing post-election Trump TV network
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Hillary Clinton's email problems just came roaring back  —  For the past few months, Hillary Clinton's decision to exclusively use a private email server while at the State Department has receded as a campaign issue as Donald Trump's comments about women have come to dominate the daily chatter about the 2016 race.
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Jonathan Allen / Reuters:
State Department official ‘pressured’ FBI to declassify Clinton email: FBI documents
Discussion: The Week
Ryan Grim / The Huffington Post:
Is Shep Smith The Future Of Fox News?  —  “The long look of history is going to be necessary, and I don't think it will reflect well on this time,” Smith says, “or on the voters' ability to decipher what it is they're hearing and seeing.”  —  Washington bureau chief for The Huffington Post
Louise Mensch / Heat Street:
EXCLUSIVE: Evan McMullin Utah Poll: Independent Conservative Ties Trump  —  Update: Crosstabs here (initial paywall)  —  The poll of likely voters, conducted Saturday and Sunday by Rasmussen Reports shows a sensational result in Utah, where two points separates the top three candidates.
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Their Dark Fantasies  —  I'm a baby boomer, which means that I'm old enough to remember conservatives yelling “America — love it or leave it!” at people on the left who criticized racism and inequality.  But that was a long time ago.  These days, disdain for America — the America that actually exists …
Discussion: Daily Kos
 
 
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Harry Enten / FiveThirtyEight:
Men Are Treating 2016 As A ‘Normal’ Election; Women Aren't
Discussion: RedState
Abel Uribe / Chicago Tribune:
1,000 more people shot in Chicago compared with same time last year
David N. Wasserman / New York Times:
What Are the New Battleground States?  —  Can Hillary Clinton win …
Ariel Stulberg / Vox:
Cities spent millions on fast gigabit networks. No one is sure what they're good for.
Discussion: Mother Jones
 Earlier Items: 
Victor Davis Hanson / National Review:
The Case for Trump  —  Conservatives should vote for the Republican nominee.
Discussion: Althouse
Juan Williams / The Hill:
Women will doom Trump
Niall Stanage / The Hill:
Republicans fear for party's future
Edward-Isaac Dovere / Politico:
Obama, Holder to lead post-Trump redistricting campaign
 

 
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Ellise Shafer / Variety:
Hugh Grants says he settled with News Group to avoid up to £10M in costs and “Murdoch's settlement money has a stink and I refuse to let this be hush money”

Hadas Gold / CNN:
The News/Media Alliance asks the DOJ, the FTC, and California's AG for a probe into whether Google broke any laws when removing some links to CA news sites

Megan Specia / New York Times:
The US assures the UK that Julian Assange could seek US First Amendment protections and wouldn't face the death penalty or be persecuted for his nationality

 
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