News You Can Use for August 2, 2016

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, August 2, 2016.

The election is in 100 days – so, what do we know, right now?

The latest round of polling is out, and after a short-lived bump, it now appears that Donald Trump is well behind… again. Trumps is down 9 in the latest CNN Poll, he’s down 6 in the latest CBS poll, he’s down 5 in the latest PPP poll, 5 in the latest Reuters poll, and down 1 in the latest Rasmussen Reports Poll.

While the polling for president remains worrisome, the GOP continues to grow ever more confident that they will be able to hold both Houses of Congress.

The polling should be reinvigorating Democrats but instead they are still very worried about the upcoming election.

DePaul University has banned yet another conservative from speaking on their campus, citing worries of violence from the left.

Hillary Clinton is a BIG FAT HYPOCRITE when it comes to women’s rights.

Benghazi mother Pat Smith answers DNC star Khizr Khan on Presidential candidates. “I was treated like dirt” by Hillary Clinton! Smith is right, sadly, because of the way that candidate Trump responded to Mr. Khan, Hillary’s terrible treatment of the families of our fallen continues to go unnoticed. In fact, the VFW is now demanding that Mr. Trump issue an apology to the Khan family.

An FBI employee has been caught spying for China.

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