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News You Can Use for October 10, 2016

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Amid the fallout from the latest controversy, Donald Trump continues to remain defiant – promising that he will continue to fight for the American people.

For the first time in his life, Donald Trump is being held accountable for his conduct… will he be able to survive the maelstrom?

Now the question is, will there be a mass exodus of GOP politicians and leaders from the Trump campaign? Thus far more than 30 have raised their voices to stand against Mr. Trump, but most of these voices were either already in the #NeverTrump camp, or had previously been associated with it. How will longtime GOP supporters react, that is the question?

However, some GOP insiders aren’t ready to panic. Republican strategist and Trump insider Ed Rollins argues that Trump still has a path to the presidency before offering 6 ways the Trump team can turn things around.

Watching the Clinton campaign pretend to be shocked by Trump’s behavior is the height of ridiculousness. The Clinton’s have long been the sleaziest players on the block and have been caught saying and doing far worse than the recently released Trump tape showcases.

Knowing that the Trump campaign has nothing left to lose, Team Clinton is preparing for an all-out assault from Donald Trump.

Could the most recent scandal swirling about Mr. Trump mean that the House is now “in play” for the Democrats? Losing the House, would likely mean that the GOP has also lost the White House and the Senate…

It’s not just Trump who has been having a bad week, as more of Hillary Clinton’s emails continue to leak out, the Democrat presidential hopeful continues to make more and more voters angry.

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson believes that the GOP may be on the brink of death.

Our men and women in blue are now standing in a deadly political storm.

In one Pennsylvania town they may change the street names to help Spanish residents get around easier.

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