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1:20 PM ET, October 22, 2016

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Mallory Shelbourne / The Hill:
Reuters projects Clinton to win with 326 electoral votes  —  is on pace for a big win over Donald Trump  —  on Election Day, according to the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation study released Saturday.  —  The study projects Clinton to win 326 electoral votes to Trump's 212 …
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Maurice Tamman / Reuters:
Clinton far ahead in Electoral College race: Reuters/ipsos poll  —  Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton maintained her commanding lead in the race to win the Electoral College and claim the U.S. presidency, according to the latest States of the Nation project results released on Saturday.
Discussion: AOL
Maurice Tamman / Reuters:
Half of Republicans would reject election result if Clinton wins: Reuters/Ipsos  —  Donald Trump has repeatedly called this year's presidential election rigged and has coyly said “I will keep you in suspense” on whether he would accept a Hillary Clinton victory, but many Republicans are less circumspect, according to a new poll.
Cailey Rizzo / Travel + Leisure:
Trump Hotels Ditching Name For New Hotels  —  Amidst reports that occupancy rates at Trump Hotels have slipped this election season, the company has announced that new brand hotels will no longer bear the Trump name.  —  The newest line of luxury hotels, geared towards millennials, will be called Scion, the company said.
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Tom Boggioni / Raw Story:
Damaged brand: New Trump hotels will no longer bear his name
Discussion: The Daily Beast
Bob Fredericks / New York Post:
Huma on Hillary's $12M Morocco fiasco: ‘She created this mess and she knows it’  —  More On:  —  Hillary Clinton solicited a $12 million donation from a government her State Department considered corrupt, then realized the “mess” it would cause to her presidential run, a newly leaked ­e-mail reveals.
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Brendan Kirby / LifeZette:
WikiLeaks: Clinton Foundation Paid Women Less Than Men
Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani / ThinkProgress:
Emmett Till memorial in Mississippi is now pierced by bullet holes  —  “I was very emotional.  I did not expect to see the site, the marker, with bullet holes in it.”  —  The memorial marking the place where 14-year-old Emmett Till's body was found is now covered in bullet holes.
David Atkins / Washington Monthly:
How Trump Could Still Mount a Comeback  —  Donald Trump's campaign for president is in freefall.  After a disastrous third debate and a cringe-worthy turn at the Al Smith charity dinner, Trump's prospects of winning the White House are worse than ever.  He currently trails Clinton …
Anna Giaritelli / Washington Examiner:
11th Trump accuser to come forward on Saturday  —  Another woman plans to accuse Donald Trump of inappropriate sexual conduct on Saturday, which would make her the eleventh allegation against the Republican nominee, according to a statement from her spokesperson late Friday.
Walter Russell Mead / The American Interest:
As Obama's Clock Winds Down, Revisionist Powers Pounce  —  The Philippine pivot to China is just the latest consequence of Obama's feckless foreign policy.  —  Hillary Clinton has swept her debate series with Donald Trump, and voters seem to like Trump less the harder they look at him.
Discussion: New York Times, CNN, Mediaite and Politico
Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
Trump on His Accusers: ‘All of These Liars Will Be Sued’ Once Election's Over  —  In the midst of another anti-media rant today, Donald Trump declared that he would be suing every single woman who's accused him of groping and sexual assault once the election's over.
Julia Hahn / Breitbart:
He's With Her: Inside Paul Ryan's Months-Long Campaign to Elect Hillary Clinton President  —  Donald Trump made headlines this week when he questioned whether Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan wanted him to prevail over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.  —  “Maybe not,” Trump told Good Morning America on Tuesday.
Reuters:
Trump to lay out what he would do in first 100 days if elected president  —  Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will lay out on Saturday what he would do in the first 100 days of his administration should he win the Nov. 8 election.  —  Trump's outline - which he will deliver …
Discussion: The Week
Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
Donald Trump is in a funk: Bitter, hoarse and pondering, ‘If I lose. . .’  —  FLETCHER, N.C. — As he took the stage here in this mountain town Friday afternoon, Donald Trump was as subdued as the modest crowd that turned out to see him.  He complained about the usual things …
Discussion: Daily Kos
Nicole Perlroth / New York Times:
Hackers Used New Weapons to Disrupt Major Websites Across U.S.  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Major websites were inaccessible to people across wide swaths of the United States on Friday after a company that manages crucial parts of the internet's infrastructure said it was under attack.
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William Turton / Gizmodo:
Today's Brutal DDoS Attack Is the Beginning of a Bleak Future
Michael Wines / New York Times:
How Charges of Voter Fraud Became a Political Strategy  —  In asserting that the presidential election has been rigged against him and casting accusations of widespread voter fraud, Donald J. Trump has tapped deep into an increasingly prevalent theme of Republican Party politics: that Democrats try to steal elections, not win them.
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Pippa Norris / Washington Post:
Trump's election-rigging claim will backfire. Here's the evidence.
Discussion: Hot Air
NBC News:
Biden Wishes He Could Take Trump ‘Behind the Gym’ … by DAKSHAYANI SHANKAR  —  LATEST POSTS FROM DECISION 2016  —  October 22, 2016  —  Suspicious Substance Sent to Clinton Campaign HQ Deemed ‘Non-Hazardous’  —  Offices of Hillary Clinton's campaign headquarters in New York were evacuated …
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Harper Neidig / The Hill:
Biden blasts Trump: I wish ‘I could take him behind the gym’
Sam Reisman / Mediaite:
Michael Moore Says Anyone Voting for Trump is a ‘Legal Terrorist’  —  Oscar-winning documentarian-provocateur Michael Moore said in an interview with Rolling Stone published Friday that anyone choosing to vote for Trump was effectively a “legal terrorist” because they were participating in an act that would “blow up the system.”
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Allegra Kirkland / Talking Points Memo:
Bridget Kelly: Christie Knew About GWB Lane Closures A Month Ahead Of Time  —  In bombshell testimony Friday, Bridget Anne Kelly said that she told New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) that access lanes to the George Washington Bridge would be closed for a traffic study a month before the plan actually was carried out in September 2013.
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Ryan Hutchins / Politico:
Tearful Bridgegate defendant says Christie knew about scheme, threw bottle at her
Discussion: The Atlantic
 
 
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Steven F. Hayward / Weekly Standard:
Crisis of the Conservative House Divided
Discussion: Power Line and American Greatness
New York Daily News:
Bury Trump in a Landslide
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Early voting shows upsurge of women
Discussion: Opinion Savvy
BostonGlobe.com:
Hillary Clinton looks to expand political map
 Earlier Items: 
Judd Legum / ThinkProgress:
Trump wants everything he's said during the campaign excluded from Trump University trial
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
Nancy Cook / Politico:
Clinton's transition team hits the gas pedal
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Deepa Seetharaman / Wall Street Journal:
Facebook Employees Pushed to Remove Trump's Posts as Hate Speech