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FOX Carl Cameron

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10/17/2016

FOX Carl Cameron

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Before his rally, Trump described the actions by the State Department to Fox News' Carl Cameron as "a criminal act," while also hurling criticisms at fellow Republicans. "It's a crime, and I hear the Republicans are going to hold hearings after the election, why would you hold them after the election? We want to hold those hearings before the election," Trump said. "It's a criminal act and it's incredible that they can do this and get away with it." When asked if he was taking shots at Republicans again, Trump pushed back as to why hearings should be held sooner. "I mean, you'd think you'd hold these hearings frankly immediately, this is serious stuff," Trump told Fox News. "This is big stuff. This is Watergate." When asked further by Cameron about his recent public hostility with Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan, who represents Wisconsin, Trump said he was "trying to unite the party." Trump continued "I mean every once in a while Paul will stand up and say he disagrees with this or that," he told Fox News. "For instance when I talked about a rigged election, when I talk about the press taking people with no case whatsoever and putting them on the front pages."

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ABC Tom Llamas

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10/17/2016

ABC Tom Llamas

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Before Trump arrived at tonight's campaign event, there was a chant of "Paul Ryan sucks," Llamas noted, and then he asked Trump whether Ryan was helping or hurting Trump's campaign. "Well, I don't want to be knocking Paul Ryan. I think he could be more supportive to the Republican nominee," Trump said. "We are doing well. I think we are going to win the election." Donald Trump suggested tonight that House Speaker Paul Ryan does not want a President Trump because of his own political ambitions in 2020. When asked by ABC News' Tom Llamas before a campaign event tonight in Green Bay, Wisconsin, whether he believed Ryan wants him to win the race for the White House, Trump responded, "Well, maybe not, because maybe he wants to run in four years or maybe he doesn't know how to win." Trump said "Maybe just doesn't know how to win. I mean, who can really know? But I know I'm in his territory and they are all screaming for Trump," the NY Businessmsn said, referring to the fact that his campaign event was in Ryan's home state.

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WND Michael Savage

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10/17/2016

WND Michael Savage

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Donald Trump said that if he wins in November, he might meet with Russian leader Vladimir Putin prior to the inauguration in January. Trump noted relations with Russia are widely regarded as worse than at any time since the Cold War, with tensions over fighting ISIS in Syria, Eastern European independence, a rise in cyber breaches and accusations that Moscow is trying to influence the U.S. elections. “The problem is Putin has no respect for Obama at all,” said Trump, a frequent guest on “The Savage Nation.” Trump said. “You have potentially a really catastrophic situation here. I’ll be honest with you,” he continued. “If I win on Nov. 8, I could see myself meeting with Putin and meeting with Russia prior to the start of the administration.”

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NDTV, Sreenivasan Jain

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10/15/2016

NDTV, Sreenivasan Jain

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Donald Trump made an unusual stop - a meeting organised by a group calling itself the Hindu Republican Coalition in New Jersey. On the sidelines of the event, he gave an exclusive interview to NDTV. "I have great respect for Hindus. I have so many friends that are Hindu. They are great people, amazing entrepreneurs," Prodded why only Hindus, he said, "I'll be honest, I have great respect for India. I actually have (real estate) jobs going up in India. (It's) tremendously successful. It is an amazing country." The theme of the event was the fight against terrorism - one of Mr Trump's subjects. When asked about India and Pakistan, he said "There's a tremendous conflict between India and Pakistan. Just recently you had (the Uri attack), a lot of people killed. Hopefully everything is going to work out,"

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WGFL Alicia Tarancon

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10/12/2016

WGFL Alicia Tarancon

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WGFL had the chance to speak one on one with Trump on his campaign in Florida. Despite Hillary Clinton's slight lead, Trump told us he's convinced he'll win Florida, a key battle ground state. "I just don't see how she can win a place like Florida and it's my second home," Donald Trump wants Floridians to know once he's elected one of the first things he's going to do is get rid of Obamacare. "It's a disaster, the rates are going up 68% this year so we're repealing and replacing Obamacare," And even though Florida extended it's voter registration deadline, Trump says it won't change the outcome of the election. "It's a little bit of an extension and I think that's okay, your governor has done a very good job and I tell you what I deal with him, he's really out there working and I guess they gave it a little bit of an extension, I don't think it'll have any impact,"

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FOX Bill O'Reilly

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10/11/2016

FOX Bill O'Reilly

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Donald Trump said that he doesn't "want" or "care" about having House Speaker Paul Ryan's support in an interview in which he repeatedly trashed the House speaker, virtually unprompted. "I don't want his support," Trump told Fox News' Bill O'Reilly about Ryan. "I don't care about his support. What I want to do is I want to win for the people." Asked to elaborate, Trump told O'Reilly "the shackles are some of the establishment people who are weak and ineffective." Trump said. "They're not giving support -- they don't give the support that we really need -- but the fact is that I think we should get support and we don't get the support from guys like Paul Ryan," Trump said. "He had a conference call with congressman, with hundreds of them, and they practically rioted against him on the phone. One person stuck up for him." He Continued. "And I don't really want his support," Trump said of Ryan. Trump also fired off a list of grievances against Ryan, ranging from "open borders and amnesty" to "bad budgets." Trump told O'Reilly. "By the way, very, very bad budgets. Frankly, the only one that (President Barack) Obama negotiates well with is Paul Ryan with the budgets,"

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KSNV Jim Snyder

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10/05/2016

KSNV Jim Snyder

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Just before Trump took the stage at a packed rally in Henderson Wednesday afternoon, he spoke with News 3's Jim Snyder, spending a few minutes on local and national topics that impact voters selecting their next President of the United States. During a conversation about nuclear waste storage, Trump acknowledged his familiarity with Nevada's Yucca Mountain. Trump was pressed on the issue as it pertains to tourism in southern Nevada. "Number one is safety and it is a little too close to major population, so I will take a look at it and I will have an opinion," said Trump. International tourism is important to southern Nevada's infrastructure. In the past, Trump has suggested 'getting tough' with American trading partners. Trump supported his comments saying, "It will actually help, we're just talking about fairness, not like tough like we're not going to do business. Just tough so the US can make something." Trump said.

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WZZM Jennifer Pascua

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09/30/2016

WZZM13 Jennifer Pascua

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BY DETROIT FREE PRESS

Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani stopped by the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum and the WZZM 13 ArtPrize set during a campaign spin through Michigan on Friday. In a brief interview, Trump said, "We have a lot of respect for Gerald Ford, we always have... He was a very good person and a great human being... a very good leader, and very loyal to this area. He loved this location." In response to USA Today's claim that Trump is "unfit for the presidency," Trump responded by saying, "Well, I don't read USA Today. It's not much of a newspaper as far as I'm concerned... all I know is we're leading in the polls. We're doing well. We have the pulse of the nation."

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NH1 PAUL STEINHAUSER

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09/29/2016

NH1 PAUL STEINHAUSER

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Trump spoke with NH1 News minutes before headlining a large rally at the NH Sportsplex in Bedford. Asked by NH1 News if he took Clinton’s bait at the debate Monday night at Hofstra University in New York’s Long Island and whether he would be more disciplined in the second showdown, Trump said “I don’t think I took the bait. You know every on-line poll had me winning the debate. So every single one of them, many of them. So I found it to be an amazing experience actually. We had 88 million people, or something around that number (watching the debate) and I just found it to be an amazing experience.” Trump told NH1 News “she (Hillary Clinton) was very nasty to me. And I was going to do it and I saw Chelsea sitting out in the audience and I just didn’t want to go there. I thought it would be too disrespectful. I just didn’t want to do it. But she was very nasty. We’ll see what happens. But I just didn’t want to put it there. I just didn’t want to put it there. It’s a hard thing to say in front of somebody’s daughter

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FOX BILL O'Reilly

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09/28/2016

FOX BILL O'Reilly

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Alicia Machado, who won the Miss Universe crown in 1996, made international news Monday night after Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton called out Trump during the first presidential debate for labeling Machado "Miss Piggy." (LOL) "This is a person ... she did not do well," Trump told Fox News' Bill O'Reilly on "The O'Reilly Factor" Wednesday evening. "She had a lot of difficulties and, you know, they wanted to fire her ... The company itself wanted to fire her. I saved her job ... I said, 'Don't do that. Let her try and lose the weight.'" Trump said. "I saved her job, because I said [firing her was] going to be ruinous and I’ve done that with a number of the young ladies, where I save their job," Trump said. "And look what I get out of it. I get nothing." Trump said. "She gained a massive amount of weight," Trump said at the time. "It was a real problem. We had a real problem."

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