"Mrs. Clinton, like Nixon in 1972, may not get a honeymoon no matter how big her win. The debate we aren’t having in the campaign, we will continue not to have: how to foster a modern state that doesn’t metastasize corruption, cronyism, elites helping themselves. "
The daily dump continues. In the now traditional daily routine, one which forces the Clinton campaign to resort to ever more stark sexual scandals involving Trump to provide a media distraction, moments ago Wikileaks released yet another 1,894 emails in Part 11 of its ongoing Podesta Email dump, which brings the total number of released emails to 17,150.
With so much stacked against him, can Donald Trump pull off a miracle and actually win this election? Of course the Clintons have done far worse things than Trump has, and that is the case that Trump must make to the American people in the last 25 days of this election. But it certainly isn’t helping that Trump is receiving very little help from his own party.
The two most fascinating, and still unexplained, banker suicides have a common thread, one strecthing from Europe's oldest to Europe's biggest banks. Join us as we take a deep dive inside this most fascinating rabbit hole...
Can the craziest election in modern American history get even crazier? At this point we are just 28 days away from the election, and it appears that an all-out attempt is being made to sabotage Donald Trump’s campaign. But the big surprise is where the worst of this sabotage is coming from.
Just 18 days after she took the mantle of running the UK Independence Party, Diane James has stepped down - citing personal reasons for her decision - leaving Nigel Farage stepping back in as 'acting leader'. But, as SkyNews reports, MEP Farage ruled out re-applying on a permanent basis for what he called a "rotten job".
In what was a disappointment for anyone hoping for "devastating" disclosures, Julian Assange today held off releasing information about the US elections or Hillary Clinton, despite widespread expectation that he was poised to make a major release.
Wikileaks has abruptly canceled a much-anticipated announcement on Tuesday, according to NBC News. The announcement had been expected to be founder Julian Assange’s long-promised document dump on Hillary Clinton. NBC’s Jesse Rodriguez reported that the Tuesday announcement was canceled due to "security concerns."