News You Can Use for October 18, 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, October 18, 2016.

Donald Trump is not out of this race… yet.

Hillary Clinton’s email scandal should still be front and center in this race.

I would argue that liberals have been destroying our nation for years… but their recent assault on our electoral process is destroying the average Americans confidence in our elections.

The latest CBS poll says that Hillary Clinton has widened her lead to 9-points.

It is hard to maintain a level head during this crazy election cycle, but there is reason to be confident that this won’t be the end of us.

As Election Day draws near some Republicans are terrified for the future of their party.

“It’s splitting right before your eyes. It’s happening now. There is a civil war in the party that is going on right now. The question is whether, after the election, the party will be able to repair itself; or cease to exist; or continue to exist in some diminished way.”

Yes, you can be offended by Donald Trump’s past behavior and comments and still be supporting his bid for the presidency.

The Washington Post is surprised that Trump supporters doubted his accusers even before their stories were debunked.

Meet the women who are Donald Trump’s fiercest supporters.

Hillary Clinton’s dangerous dream of “open borders.”

Where are the new battleground states? Clinton seems poised to win traditionally Republican states, while Trump seems ready to win traditionally Democrat strongholds.

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