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No Profanity, No Alcohol, No Smoking: Judge Roy...
Conservative Judge Roy Moore, the GOP frontrunner ahead of Tuesday’s U.S. Senate primary runoff here in Alabama, spent Saturday night rallying with conservative evangelical Christians here in Washington County at a bluegrass music festival.

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Luther Strange Backed by Members of Big Pharma...
NEW YORK -- During a period he served as Alabama Attorney General, Luther Strange received more campaign contributions than any other U.S .attorney general from members of a controversial lobby group peddling the dangerous prescription pain medication business amid an ongoing opioid crisis in Alabama.

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NFL Commentators and Reporters Lash Out at...
As the NFL's Sunday games rolled on, sports announcers, commentators, and reporters began commenting on President Donald Trump's criticisms of the national anthem protests burning throughout the league.

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Terry Bradshaw: Not Sure Trump Understands...
On this week’s broadcast of “Fox NFL Sunday,” co-host and former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw discussed President Donald Trump’s criticism of NFL players for taking a knee during the national anthem at games. Bradshaw said, “It’s hard to believe I’m going to say something about the most powerful man in the greatest country in the world. I was somewhat surprised that the president came out attacking NFL players for them exercising the freedom of speech. While I don’t condone the protest during our national anthem, this is America. If our country stands for anything, folks, it’s freedom. People die for that freedom.” He continued, “I’m not sure if our president understands those rights, that every American has the right to speak out and also to protest.” Bradshaw added that Trump “should concentrate on serious issues like North Korea and health care.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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Donald Trump: Criticism of NFL Protests...
"This has nothing to do with race,” Trump said as reporters pressed him about his remarks.

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5 Stupid Arguments in Favor of the NFL Protests...
President Donald Trump called out former 49ers quarterback Colin Kapernick and other NFL players on Friday for protesting the national anthem, expressing what millions of football fans have already registered by tuning out.

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Alejandro Villanueva Defies Steelers’ Anthem...
All but one of the Pittsburg Steelers decided to protest by staying in their locker room during the playing of the national anthem at this afternoon's game in Chicago. The lone dissenter was former Army Ranger Alejandro Villanueva who bucked the team's decision and took the field, anyway, hand over his heart and helmet under his arm.

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Police Identify Antioch Church Shooter as... AP Photo
Police identify 25-year-old Emanuel Kidega Samson, as the church shooter who opened fire in Antioch, Tennessee.

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MILO Marches on Berkeley for Free Speech Week...
Despite Free Speech Week being canceled due to pressure from university administrators, former Breitbart Senior Editor MILO appeared on the UC Berkeley campus Sunday to address his many fans.

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Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon... Steve Bannon
Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will address a “Put Americans First” rally in St. Louis Sunday, where he will share his insights as a conservative thinker before the sold-out crowd after receiving an award for his contributions to the conservative movement.

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Roy Moore Looks to Dominate Among Rural Alabama...
MCINTOSH, Alabama – If the forgotten man and woman were who propelled Donald Trump to the White House last November, a similar dynamic could be playing out in this week’s special election between Roy Moore and Luther Strange. Last month’s GOP U.S. Senate primary showed that former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore was strong in more than just a single region or select counties. Instead, his popularity was high in a unique kind of place — the less densely populated areas. Saturday, with the sounds of folksy bluegrass music in the background, Moore addressed hundreds of people at the 15th annual Chestang gospel sing, while sporting a cowboy hat and an American flag tie. The setting for the gathering was in rural Washington County, AL, a socially conservative county that — with the exception of its county seat of Chatom — is a place where alcohol sales are not allowed. Washington County is not unlike many other rural Alabama areas–all of which were places where Moore performed exceedingly well in the primary. Out of Alabama’s 67 counties, Moore was the top vote-getter in 59 of the 62 least populated counties. Given that it was in a contest that had

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Emerson Poll: Judge Roy Moore Holds 10-Point... Luther Strange and Roy Moore
Judge Roy Moore holds a 10-point lead over Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) just days before Alabamians go to the polls in the Republican Senate primary race, according to a poll released Sunday.

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One Dead, Several Wounded in Tennessee Church...
One person is dead and at least six others are wounded after an attacker opened fire during a Sunday morning church service in Antioch, TN.

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Former Trump Supporter Rex Ryan on POTUS’...
Former Bills and Jets head coach Rex Ryan was a big fan of President Trump, he even introduced Trump when he came to Buffalo for a rally in early 2016. However, ESPN analyst Rex Ryan claims he's no fan of President trump after his critical comments of protesting NFL players in Alabama.

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Celebrities Join Anti-Trump National Anthem...
Celebrities and sports stars took to social media over the weekend to urge athletes from around the sporting world to "take a knee" during the National Anthem, after President Donald Trump said Friday that any players who protest in that manner should be fired by their team's owners.

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‘Unacceptable’ — Donald Trump Responds to...
Standing with locked arms is good, kneeling is not acceptable,” he wrote on Twitter. “Bad ratings!”

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NFL to Feature ‘Unity’ Ad to Stave Off...
The National Football League is set to feature an ad touting "unity" during Sunday Night Football this week, even as more and more players join to display the disunity against the country fostered by protests staged during the playing of the national anthem.

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LIVEWIRE: Germany Federal Elections 2017 Results
All polls leading into today's German national election favour a decisive win for present Chancellor Angela Merkel, huge gains for the anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany (AfD) and potentially one of the worst election results in history for the Social Democrats and Martin Schulz.

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Former Democrat Congresswoman Urges All NFL... NFL
Former Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) is urging all NFL players to kneel during the National Anthem Sunday to protest President Trump.

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Pittsburgh Steelers Stay in Locker Room During...
On Sunday, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that the entire team would refuse to take the field during the playing of the national anthem, but the plan seems to violate league rules.

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Fire or Suspend! — Donald Trump Doubles Down... kneel anthem nfl
President Donald Trump continued to stoke the controversy over NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem to protest law enforcement.

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Politics Over the Water’s Edge: Jags and...
If you wanted to get a little taste of just how lit the NFL is going to be on Sunday, you saw it during the playing of the national anthem in London.

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President Trump Slams Commish Goodell for...
President Donald Trump sharply criticized National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell for "justifying" the "disrespect" that NFL players show to the United States as a result of the now ubiquitous protests held during the playing of the national anthem.

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North Carolina Basketball Will Not Visit the...
College basketball's defending champions will not go to the White House, and be honored by President Trump. The team cited scheduling issues as the reason why they will not make the trip.

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Big League Politics-Gravis Poll: Judge Roy... judge roy moore
Judge Roy Moore has a solid eight-point lead over establishment-backed opponent Sen. Luther Strange just days before voters go to the polls in the Alabama Republican primary, according to a Big League-Gravis poll of the race released Sunday.

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WaPo: They Love Donald Trump in Alabama — But...
Jenna Johnson writes for the Washington Post about the number of Judge Roy Moore supporters in the Alabama Republican Senate runoff election who showed up for a rally President Donald Trump held Friday night to declare his endorsement for Moore's opponent, Luther Strange:

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Judge Dread: Lobbyist Luther’s Consultants... WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 09: Sen. Luther Strange (L) (R-AL) confers with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) (R-SC) as U.S. Central Command Commander Army Gen. Joseph Votel testfies before the Senate Armed Services Committee March 9, 2017 in Washington, DC. Votel updated the committee on current operations in Afghanistan and Syria during his testimony. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
With Tuesday's Alabama special GOP primary only days away, Luther Strange's campaign for a full term in the U.S. Senate is giving the media, especially conservative-leaning media, an increasingly cold shoulder and keeping their man under wraps.

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Roy Moore’s Campaign Chair Calls Out Luther... WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 09: Sen. Luther Strange (L) (R-AL) confers with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) (R-SC) as U.S. Central Command Commander Army Gen. Joseph Votel testfies before the Senate Armed Services Committee March 9, 2017 in Washington, DC. Votel updated the committee on current operations in Afghanistan and Syria during his testimony. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Roy Moore Campaign Chairman Bill Armistead attacked Luther Strange for his shapeshifting stance towards Obamacare repeal.

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Brooks: If Moore Wins in Alabama, ‘Then There... Screenshot
On Friday’s broadcast of “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks commented on the Alabama Senate race by saying that the tide of populism in the GOP isn’t subsiding, and if Roy Moore wins, there are signs that the Republican Party is getting more populist. Brooks said Trump’s approval ratings have increased because he worked with Democrats, “But, in Alabama, the revolution devours its own. He ran as the anti-Washington candidate –, Trump, Donald Trump did, got to Washington, and has to play a little by some Washington rules, which is supporting guys in the Senate who are supporting you. So, he’s supporting Strange. Roy Moore is a Trumpian…before Trump, and a guy who made his name on the Ten Commandments, on some gay marriage issues. It’s Alabama. And so he’s saying, ‘I’m actually the Trumpian.’ And so the what — I think what we see for the Republican Party is that this populist tide is not ebbing. If Moore wins, then there are some signs — Alabama is unique, Moore is unique, but there are some signs the party is still getting more populist.” Brooks stated the cause for this are that Senate Majority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) “is

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Soros-backed Organization Attacking Moore as...
As the race for Jeff Sessions' Senate seat heats up, Soros-backed group attacks conservative candidate Roy Moore.

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Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon... Steve Bannon
Steve Bannon, executive chairman of Breitbart News and President Donald Trump's former chief strategist, is headed to Alabama Monday night to campaign for Judge Roy Moore in a fierce runoff election.

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Mobile AL Talk Host: Luther Strange Campaign... luther strange
On the Friday broadcast of “Mobile Mornings” on Mobile, AL’s FM Talk 106.5, host Sean Sullivan criticized Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) for his apparent unwillingness to answer questions directly. Strange is competing against former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore for the GOP’s nod in a U.S. Senate special election on Tuesday. Sullivan pointed to the responses Strange gave in the Thursday Lincoln-Douglas-style debate held in Montgomery a day earlier and his responses to questions from AL.com’s Cameron Smith that Smith had prepared for a debate he was scheduled to moderate that was canceled. Strange showed a reluctance to answer the questions directly and his responses often included him deferring to his support of President Donald Trump. “Give me a break,” Sullivan declared. “I mean, you could be a Strange fan and explain to me how any of those answers are anything but hiding. What Luther Strange is doing right now has the fingerprints of consultants on every part of it from top to bottom. ‘Don’t say this. Only say this. Report this. Make yourself seem like this.’ “You know who else had a lot of consultants? Hillary Clinton,” he continued. “Whenever you get this kind of disingenuous feel to

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Chamber of Commerce: ‘Shut Down’ Roy Moore... trump bannon influential
U.S. Chamber of Commerce political strategist Scott Reed told the New York Times Saturday that it was important to defeat Judge Roy Moore in the Republican runoff for U.S. Senate in Alabama on Tuesday to rebuke former White House adviser and Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon.

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Trump Gives Tortured Endorsement of Luther... President Trump gestures while speaking during a rally for Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) at the Von Braun Civic Center in Huntsville, Ala. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)
Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) may have been disappointed with the somewhat tortured thumbs-up he received from President Trump Friday.

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Breitbart’s Matthew Boyle and Jeff Poor...
Breitbart News's Matthew Boyle gave a stark assessment of President Trump’s decision to back establishment favorite Sen. Luther Strange.

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Pelosi: Trump Has ‘Unclean Hands’ on Race...
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said President Donald Trump criticizing NFL players for taking a knee during the national anthem at games was a continuation of the president being “exploitative of certain divisions in our country when it comes to race.” Pelosi said, “I would like him to do what he said he would do when he ran and was inaugurated to bring people together. He should see this as an opportunity. Somebody Colin Kaepernick, doing what he did says ‘this flag enables me to do this, this national anthem enables me to do this.’ It is about freedom of expression. Instead of what he is doing now. I think he is ill-advised if advised at all. Sports have always been a great unifier. I have always said sports, and the arts bring America together. We put our differences aside. Let’s not have the president of the United States do anything but bring people together.” She added, “Well, you gave a list of the examples of how the president has been, shall we say, exploitative of certain divisions in our country when it comes to race. I would hope that he would transition

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EXCLUSIVE–John Bolton: Trump Should...
Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations and senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, John Bolton says he thinks President Donald Trump should decertify the Iran nuclear deal prior to the October 15 deadline.

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Cruz: Right Now Graham-Cassidy Does Not Have My... cruz
Sunday at the Texas Tribune Festival, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said he was not ready to support the Graham-Cassidy effort to repeal and replace Obamacare. Cruz said, “Mike Lee and I both sat down with Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy last week. We laid out a series of changes we want to see in the bill that is all about giving consumers more freedom, lifting the regulation from the federal government that is driving up premiums so that premiums can go down and more people can afford health insurance.” He continued, “So last week they took our edits, and we said if you take these edits, we’re a yes. They took our edits, and then a day later they removed our edits.” He added, “So look, right now they don’t have my vote, and I don’t think they have Mike Lee’s either. Now, I want to be a yes; I want to get there because I think Obamacare is a disaster.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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352-Event Earthquake Storm Hit Southern... David Moir / Reuters
The 352-event earthquake storm that hit Southern California last week failed to cause appropriate concern due to the magnitude 7.1-magnitude monster that killed 295 in Mexico City.

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Illegal Alien Accused of Kidnapping, Recording...
Frederick police arrested an illegal alien from El Salvador and another boy after they allegedly kidnapped, raped, and recorded the rape of a teenage girl in their Maryland class. The duo claimed the orders came from a female classmate.

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Bakery Stands by Gun-Free Policy After...
Baguette et Chocolat is standing by their gun ban one week after a concealed handgun carrier was escorted out by police.

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7 Things the Media Do Not Want You to Know...
Should Graham-Cassidy, the latest manifestation of the seven-year Republican promise to repeal and replace Obamacare, manage to pass the Senate next week, ironically enough, conservatives will owe a debt of thanks to Sen. John McCain.

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Trump: ‘McCain Never Had Any Intention of... Trump and McCain collage
Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday that he believes John McCain never intended to vote for the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill.

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Governors, State Officials Rally Around GOP... WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 19: U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) (2nd L) speaks as (L-R) Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY), Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Sen. John Thune (R-SD), and Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) listen during a news briefing after the weekly Senate Republican policy luncheon at the Capitol September 19, 2017 in Washington, DC. Senate Republican held a weekly policy luncheon to discuss GOP agenda. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Governors across the country are weighing in on the debate in Washington, DC, around the Graham-Cassidy healthcare legislation designed to start the dismantling of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.

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GOP Sen Collins: ‘Very Difficult’ to... Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, June 21, 2016, to unveil a new gun legislation proposal. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said it would be “very difficult” to envision a scenario where she would end up voting” for the Senate Republican’s latest attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare, the Graham-Cassidy bill. Collins said, “It’s very difficult for me to envision a scenario where I would end up voting for this bill. I have a number of serious reservations about it. I’m concerned about the impact on the Medicaid program, which has been on the books for more than 50 years and provides health care to our most vulnerable citizens, including disabled children and low-income seniors. I’m concerned about the impact on costs and coverage.” “We already have a problem under the Affordable Care Act, with the cost of premiums and deductibles,” she continued. “And finally, I’m very concerned about the erosion of protections for people with pre-existing conditions, like asthma, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, and what it would mean to them.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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Rand Paul: Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill ‘a... republicans
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal and replace Obamacare is a “bad idea.” Paul said, “I have always been a yes for repeal but the bill, the Graham-Cassidy bill, unfortunately, basically keeps most of the Obamacare spending, almost all of it and it just reshuffles it and block grants it to the states. I don’t think block granting Obamacare makes it go away. It just means you are keeping all the money you’re spending still in Obamacare and reshuffles it. It is taking it from Democrat states and giving it to Republican states. It sets up a perpetual food fight over the formula. What happens if Democrats win?” “They are going to try and take back that money and give it to Democrat states,” he continued. “This is a bad idea, not repealed. However all of that being said, if they narrow the focus to the things we all agree on, expanding health savings accounts, giving governors more freedom though wavers, slowing down the rate of growth of an outrageous entitlement spending, sure, I would be for that. But I’m just not for this block granting concept because it is

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Sen. Ted Cruz Opposes the Graham-Cassidy...
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) announced on Sunday that he too opposes the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill after Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said that he will not vote for the bill.

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Pelosi: Trump Agreed With Democrats on Pathway...
Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said President Donald Trump agreed with her and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) that there would be a pathway to citizenship for DACA recipients. Partial transcript as follows: PELOSI: What we agreed with the president on was that the basic bill would be the DREAM Act. This is a bill introduced — and has nearly 200 co-sponsors — by Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard. It is a bill that we will take forward, and it is the bill that we all support. What was to be determined is if and what there would be in terms of border security. But the essence of the bill is what the president committed to. That is what we trust him to honor. TODD: He committed to a pathway to citizenship for these DACA recipients? PELOSI: Now mind you the pathway to citizenship is an earned pathway that is way down the road. TODD:  Some people think there should be no path at all. You believe the president agreed to a pathway to citizenship with this DREAM Act? PELOSI: That is what is contained in the DREAM Act, yes. Follow Pam Key on Twitter

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Chuck Todd: McConnell Is Becoming as Toxic as... FILE - In this July 11, 2017 file photo, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky. listens as Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo. speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. It’s a long, hot summer in the nation’s capital, and that’s not even counting the weather. With the White House caught in the daily drip of scandal, and congressional Republicans ensnared by their own divisions, the GOP’s governing agenda has turned into a slow, painful slog. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
Friday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” while discussing a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, NBC’s “Meet The Press” moderator Chuck Todd said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was becoming as toxic as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was to supporters of President Donald Trump. Todd said, “Mitch McConnell is becoming as much of a political problem for Republican Senate candidates, potential, as Nancy Pelosi is. Here’s what’s happened over the last three months. Mitch McConnell never had very positive ratings, but for the most part, he’s been sort of under the radar. More than half the country hasn’t really known who he was. The president has, in his criticism over the last two months of Mitch McConnell, raised Mitch McConnell’s name I.D. and not in a good way.” He continued, “Now his negatives nearly match, for instance, Nancy Pelosi’s negatives. The difference is Nancy Pelosi’s negatives are all coming from the Republican side; Democratic are fairly pleased. In Mitch McConnell’s case, his rise in negative rating is coming from Trump supporters, Not necessarily Republican party supporters, but Trump supporters, let alone Democrats. But that is something where suddenly Mitch McConnell may become a liability in campaigns in

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