Wiretap: Trump University was an unscrupulous mess

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Wiretap: Trump University was an unscrupulous mess

Blunt testimony

The documents unsealed by the “Mexican” judge (born in Indiana) in the Trump University case are not exactly flattering to the GOP nominee. Or as The New York Times put it, the “blunt testimony” portrays Trump University “as an unscrupulous business that relied on high-pressure sales tactics, employed unqualified instructors, made deceptive claims and exploited vulnerable students …”

Teflon Trump

Matthew Yglesias argues in Vox that the concept of Teflon Trump is a myth. All you have to do is check out his negatives to realize it.

Hillary v. Hillary

It’s Hillary Clinton vs. Hillary Clinton and which one is which? Via New York Magazine.

Dumping Clinton

At The National Review, they still think the Democrats will dump Clinton over the emails and maybe replace her with a last-minute Biden-Warren ticket.

A blogger?

Bill Kristol has found his third-party candidate after all — a National Review blogger named David French. No, seriously. Via The Daily Beast. Amid fighting in Falluja, there is fear of a “catastrophe unfolding.” There are an estimated 50,000 civilians trapped in the city. Via The New York Times.

Mommy shaming

Harambe the gorilla and mommy shaming. Via The Atlantic.

 

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