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News You Can Use for September 29, 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 Thursday, September 29, 2016.

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Even liberal legal observers, like Jonathan Turley, are scratching their heads about the FBI’s ill-considered immunity deals with the Clinton team. Turley argues that the FBI appears to have undermined its own investigation with ill-considered witness agreements.

The honorable John Bolton (a former ambassador to the United Nations) says that Donald Trump may be on to something when it comes to NATO.

For the first time in his presidency, President Obama has had his veto overridden by Congress.

The most important takeaway from the first presidential debate was actually what the candidates “didn’t” say. Not a word was spoken about abortion, same-sex marriage, religious freedom, “family values,” or any other issue championed by the religious right over the past few decades.

The Clinton campaign has a BIG problem… the electoral math just doesn’t work for them if they can’t get millennials out to vote.

What (if anything) could the polls be missing about the election race?

Republicans are finally coming home to Donald Trump and the reunion could spell trouble for Hillary Clinton’s presidential hopes.

Why has “narrative building” become such a major obsession in the political (and media) world?

Recent days have proven, once again, that the mainstream American media LOVES Hillary Clinton… and that could be very bad news for her.

The media might think that Hillary Clinton won the night, but some observers think that Trump actually scored major points in the first debate.

America’s Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, says that Donald Trump is right about “Stop and Frisk” and Hillary is wrong.

“…According to candidate Hillary Clinton and moderator Lester Holt during Monday night’s presidential debate, stop and frisk is “unconstitutional.” They are wrong. In Mrs. Clinton’s case, it’s the usual misrepresenting she does when she does not know what she is talking about. As for Mr. Holt, if a moderator is going to interfere, he should do some homework and not pretend to know the law when he does not. Mr. Holt and NBC cannot overrule the U.S. Supreme Court.

Donald Trump was right. Hillary Clinton was wrong. Lester Holt should apologize for interfering and trying so hard to help Mrs. Clinton support her incorrect statement that stop and frisk is unconstitutional.”

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