News You Can Use for September 10, 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.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, September 10, 2016.

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Trending: Science is Settled

Liberals just can’t imagine any reason, other than sexism, for disliking Hillary Clinton.

Don’t look now, but the concerns about the “Trump Effect” on the down ballot races may have been overblown. While Hillary Clinton still leads in most presidential race polls, the GOP seems to be leading the most important races for the Senate and should still hold a big lead in the House after the election.

Pennsylvania: Pat Toomey (R) 46, Katie McGinty (D) 45

Florida: Marco Rubio (R) 50, Patrick Murphy (D) 43

North Carolina: Richard Burr (R) 49, Deborah Ross (D) 43

Ohio: Rob Portman (R) 51, Ted Strickland (D) 40

New Hampshire: Kelly Ayotte (R) 48, Maggie Hassan (D) 46

Donald Trump is finally starting to turn his numbers around in some of the most important swing states.

Unsurprisingly, the Republicans who seem to be doing the worst in their reelection bids… are all moderate-liberals who enjoy working with the Democrats against the GOP.

Bill Clinton says that white Southerners KNOW that “Make America Great Again” is totally racist.

The New York Times and the Denver Post both seem to think that Hillary Clinton’s private email server story is full of holes and starting to smell “fishy.”

The New York Post wonders why the FBI decided to “take it easy” on Mrs. Clinton.

One of the founders of Politico thinks it’s “scary” how “in the tank” for Hillary Clinton most of the main stream media seems to be. Particularly when covering the issue of Hillary’s email scandal, Jim Vandehei simply cannot believe how little today’s media seems to care about knowing the truth.

Oh by the way, the majority of Americans still think Obamacare is a train wreck!

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