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ABC George Stephan

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10/27/2016

ABC George Stephan

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Donald Trump went on the offensive against a military expert and former dean of the Army War College, Jeff McCausland, who said the Republican nominee’s comments this weekend about the battle to reclaim Mosul in Iraq show he doesn’t have a firm grasp of military strategy. “You can tell your military expert that I’ll sit down and I’ll teach him a couple of things,” Trump told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview. Trump doubled down on his assertion that the element of surprise is an important military strategy. “I’ve been hearing about Mosul now for three months. ‘We’re going to attack. We’re going to attack.’ Meaning Iraq’s going to attack but with us. OK? We’re going to attack. Why do they have to talk about it?” he asked Stephanopoulos. “Element of surprise. One of the reasons they wanted Mosul, they wanted to get ISIS leaders who they thought were, you know, in Mosul. Those people have all left. As soon as they heard they’re going to be attacked, they left,” Trump added. “The resistance is much greater now because they knew about the attack. Why can’t they win first and talk later?”

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Melania Trump

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10/27/2016

Melania Trump

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Melania Trump opened up about how the youngest Trump child — the couple's 10-year-old son, Barron — has been following the presidential race from the sidelines. He asks her about the polls "all the time,” Melania Trump said during an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos. Barron is "doing great" and asking a lot of questions about the campaign, Melania Trump said. "Of course, he misses his dad a lot these days. But he's doing great," she added. She also previewed one of the causes that she hopes to focus on if she becomes first lady. "I will focus on helping children and women, and also about social media. In this 21st century, what's going on, it's very hurtful to children. To some adults as well, but we need to take care of children," she said. Trump said children get hurt "by social media" and "we need to teach them how to use it, what is right to say, what is not right to say … because it's very bad out there." She said she gives her husband advice on tweets "all the time," and while Donald Trump has been known to verbally attack his opponents on Twitter, he acknowledges that his wife’s concern about the negative effect of social media is "true."

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CNN Dana Bash

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10/26/2016

CNN Dana Bash

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Donald Trump was insulted outside his Trump International Hotel in D.C. (One of the great' hotels of the world really). On Wednesday CNN Reporter Dana Bash accused the Donald of politicizing his Hotel Opening Ceremony. Trump told Dana Bash "I say the following, you have been covering me for the last... long time!" (65 weeks) "I did yesterday eight stops and three major speeches" (8 Interviews and 4 speeches in total) "for you to ask me that question is actually very insulting because Hillary Clinton does one stop and then she goes home and sleeps and yet you'll ask me that question" Trump is prepared to open up his wallet and donate considerably more to his campaign in the closing days of the race. "I will have over $100 million in the campaign, and I'm prepared to go much more than that," he told CNN's Dana Bash outside of his new hotel in Washington, D.C. Trump has long been under pressure from allies and top fundraisers to give more to Trump Victory. CNN is told that earlier this month, Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus asked him to put more of his own money into his campaign to better compete for advertising.

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Bloomberg Mark Halperin

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10/26/2016

Bloomberg Mark Halperin

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In celebrating the success of the Washington hotel project, Trump reached for a catchphrase he's repeated since his bestselling book, "The Art of the Deal." In an interview with Bloomberg Politics co-managing editor Mark Halperin, the Republican presidential nominee said. "Under budget and ahead of schedule," he said. "Our country has to do things under budget and ahead of schedule," adding "We can't build a highway, we can't build a bridge, we can't fix a tunnel, we're in such trouble so you know, I'm very happy with the way it's worked out." Trump refuted Clinton's criticism that the construction relied on undocumented workers, saying his company used the e-verify system to confirm the eligibility of each one. But he was less clear about Clinton's charge that foreign products were being used in the building. "That I don't know," Trump said. "I would like to make it so there weren't but unfortunately this country doesn't make things anymore. I mean if you look, our country doesn't make things anymore."

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10/25/2016

1290 Rush Limbaugh

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“They’re bad and very evil people.” Donald Trump telephoned radio host Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday and let everyone know what he really thinks of the national news media. “They are evil people, the press, the media. They are bad people, and nobody, nobody lies like they do,” Trump stressed. “These are bad people, Rush, and … I mean, you’ve dealt with them for a long time, but they’re bad.” Limbaugh noted that Trump has been a winner throughout his career, so the constant media attacks on the businessman seem curious. “I don’t think people understand the impact on a family, or even an individual, when the kitchen sink is thrown at them as has been thrown at you,” Limbaugh said. “Well, they’ve been vicious. The New York Times, they lie. They lie like I’ve never seen anything. They know they’re lying,” Trump responded. “Fortunately, I can defend myself. I have. What do people do that can’t defend themselves?”

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WGRI JACK HEATH

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10/25/2016

WGRI JACK HEATH

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Donald J Trump has publicly responded to an adult film performer who accused the celebrity billionaire of inappropriate sexual conduct. Mr Trump has denied all allegations while insisting some of the women weren’t attractive enough for him to want to pursue. “These are stories that are made up,” Mr Trump added. “This is total fiction. You’ll find out that, in the years to come, these women that stood up, it’s all fiction. They were made up. I don’t know these women. It’s not my thing to do what they say.” Mr Trump said in an interview with Jack Heath on WGIR’s New Hampshire Today. He has also vowed to sue every one of the women during his first 100 days in office, if elected. “Every one of these liars will be sued once the election is over,” Mr Trump said. “I look so forward to doing that.”

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WLW Scott Sloan

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10/25/2016

WLW Scott Sloan

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Donald Trump dialed Cincinnati on Tuesday. The Republican presidential candidate called into the Scott Sloan show on WLW radio to talk healthcare, emails from the Hillary Clinton campaign released by Wikileaks, illegal immigration, job losses overseas and his performance in the debates. "The problem with her is there are so many things to hit her on, you can go through a whole debate, it's like, too bad it's not even longer," he said. Trump talked about working in Cincinnati for two years as a young man, his love for the Big Red Machine and his appreciation of Johnny Bench's endorsement. "What a machine you had," he said. Trump spoke with Sloan for about 12 minutes. "He sounded normal," wrote Sloan in a post with the call audio on the WLW site. "More of this Trump and less of the TV show Trump could make America great again!"

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WPLG Andrew Perez

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10/25/2016

WPLG Andrew Perez

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Trump then spoke briefly to WPLG's very own Andrew Perez. During the interview Perez asked Trump if he thinks the media has been treating him unfairly. "The media has been ridiculous, and everybody knows that. They actually admit it. Without the media, Hillary Clinton would be nowhere. I mean, they have protected her. They saved her." When asked if the media help build his brand? "Well, I think it was built in a much different way. First of all, I built a great company. I built one of the great companies." When asked whether he would cut diplomatic ties with Cuba if elected? "I would make it rough on Cuba until such time as a really good deal can be made for the Cuban people and for the United States. And I would make sure that the deal is either made or I'd have nothing to do with them." Perez asked Trump if he loses, would you challenge it, legally? "Well, I'm not even going to talk about that. We're going to see what happens. Based on everything, it looks like we're winning."

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FOX Martha MacCallum

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10/25/2016

FOX Martha MacCallum

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Donald Trump expressed confidence this morning that he'll defeat Hillary Clinton on November 8.  In a phone interview with Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum, Trump said he believes he will win "big" in Florida, acknowledging that he likely cannot win the White House without Florida's 29 electoral votes. Trump said the polling places in Florida are "packed" with his supporters and the crowds for early voting are unprecedented. "They're all wearing Trump hats, buttons [and] shirts. So I think that's generally good news, but you never know." Trump agreed that he needs to focus on the issues and should stay away from discussing the recent allegations of sexual misconduct by numerous women. Trump likened the accusations to the allegedly coordinated effort by the Clinton campaign.

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CBN PAT ROBERTSON

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10/25/2016

CBN PAT ROBERTSON

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Donald Trump visited Regent University over the weekend, sitting down with CBN founder Pat Robertson for an exclusive interview. In their extensive, wide-ranging interview, Trump addressed that issue, speaking about his respect for women and how he has elevated many women to top positions in his business. Trump said that he will "without question" have women in his cabinet and in key positions in his administration.  He also spoke out against Hillary Clinton's support for partial-birth abortion and said that pastors and priests have called him to thank him for clearly explaining his position during the third and final debate between the two candidates.  "Well, according to the rules of Hillary you can take the baby at nine months and you can imagine what you have to do to that baby to get it out," he said to Robertson, "and you can take that baby at nine months and you can abort.  And a day prior to birth you can take that baby.  And I said that's unacceptable." Trump said he sees the pro-life movement becoming more politically popular.  "It's becoming more standard politically and I think that's a good thing,"

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