“I think the Senate is tough, actually. The Senate is very tough,” Trump told donors.
Twitter users did a double-take at the Republican National Committee's post.
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VideoJoe Biden 'put Pennsylvania out of play, out of reach' with oil industry comments: Stephen Miller
Trump campaign adviser Stephen Miller discusses President Trump's busy travel schedule and the state of the 2020 presidential election.
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Kansas police are hunting for a man they say abducted his two young daughters from a home where two boys were found dead.Donny Jackson, 40, is believed to be driving a black Honda accord, according to an Amber Alert that was issued Saturday. Cops actually had him in their grasp. Around 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, police stopped his vehicle on Highway 169 near the Oklahoma border, while the girls were in the car, but let him drive on.The reason for the traffic stop wasn’t specified but it wasn’t related to the abduction. It wasn’t until 45 minutes later—when cops got a call from a home in Leavenworth—that they discovered the slain boys and learned that 7-year-old Nora and 3-year-old Aven were missing.The relationship between the boys and the girls is not known, but Jackson’s Facebook page contains photos of two brothers posing for first day of school photos.His account is also full of postings denying the usefulness of masks during the COVID-19 pandemic and mocking the Black Lives Matter movement, religious aphorisms, conspiracy theories, and cryptic comments.“When you have to lie to the mother’s body to carry your seed, do not expect the abomination to succeed,” one Sept. 10 comment read.“Why do they call it the bible belt?” he wrote on Aug. 31. “Disciplinary action requires a belt occasionally.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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Pelosi urges caution about 'any statements coming out about the election from the intelligence community'
Although Democrats have accepted the new revelation from the intelligence community that both Russia and Iran have obtained voter data in their efforts to interfere in the election, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday urged caution on statements coming from the intelligence community less than two weeks from Election Day. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe and FBI Director Christopher Wray held a surprise press conference Wednesday night to announce the foreign interference, including news of threatening emails purporting to be from the alt-right group the Proud Boys, who have denied any involvement. "I think we have to be very careful about any statements coming out about the election from the intelligence community at this time," Pelosi said.
“OK ... Was he doubled parked or something?” the host asked, wondering if that might explain Trump's rapid-fire monologue.