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August 30, 2016 - 10:30am
David Duke has launched an automated phone campaign urging voters to vote for him as US Senator in Louisiana and Donald Trump for president.
Duke, a prominent white nationalist and former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, has become an outspoken supporter of the Republican nominee who, he says, "embraces most of the issues I've championed for years."
White supremacists groups have rallied behind Trump, who launched his campaign with a hardline stance against immigration from Mexico. This support has become a thorn in the side of the New York businessman amid sharp criticism from his rival, Hillary Clinton, who accused him of running a campaign of "paranoia and prejudice."
In the robocall, obtained by BuzzFeed News, he warned of the perils of massive immigration and the decline of the US.
"Unless massive immigration is stopped now, we'll be outnumbered and outvoted in our own nation. It's happening!"
"It's time to stand up and vote for Donald Trump for president and vote for me, David Duke for the US Senate." Duke said in the message.
The Numbers Show Trump Is Bankrupting The Republican Party
August 30, 2016 - 9:30am
Here is another story you will never see O'Reilly report on.
An analysis of RNC fundraising data has revealed that beyond losing, Donald Trump's drain of a campaign is literally bankrupting the Republican Party.
According to Open Secrets, RNC contributions are at their lowest point since before 2004:
Virtually every category of receipts shows a decline this year. Contributions from individuals where the amount given is less than $200 (the "unitemized" category) is less than half what it was in July of 2004, 2008 and 2012.
There is a similar decline in direct contributions of larger amounts where specific information about the donor is included in the report. These itemized contributions total much less than July 2004 and 2008 and are even smaller than July 2012 when joint fundraising became much more important.
These joint fundraising efforts where the presidential campaign works together with the national party and state parties around the country are increasingly important, and the RNC total from those efforts also lags in July compared with 2012 and 2008.
The Trump campaign has talked about huge joint fundraising successes, but neither the campaign nor the RNC has received all that much from this process so far comparatively.
People often look at cash balances and the end of the month to get a feel for how a committee is positioned for future spending. Here too, the RNC on July 31 was strikingly short of its own status on the same date in past campaigns. At a time when $80 to $100 million is the norm, the RNC finds itself with only $34.5 million in the bank.
The Trump campaign bragged about their big increase in fundraising, but a deeper look inside the numbers shows that the RNC only has $15 million in usable cash.
That is $15 million for every race, data operation, voter registration, and get out the vote effort in the entire country. Trump's refusal to build a campaign operation in all 50 states has resulted in the RNC having to spend their resources. And Trump doesn't have a data operation, so the RNC is using party resources for that too.
Donald Trump is basically bleeding the Republican Party dry. It is no surprise that a man who has built his career on bankruptcy and debt is mooching off of the Republican Party. What is shocking is how quickly Trump has pushed the RNC towards insolvency.
The money that the RNC isn't raising because of Trump matters because that means that there will be less money to go around for other candidates.
Republicans could lose close House and Senate elections because RNC Chair Reince Priebus threw precious party resources down the Trump sink hole.
Don't believe the Trump created hype. Trump may play a billionaire on reality television, but as a presidential nominee, he is a deadbeat eating all of the RNC's food while crashing on their couch.
Panel Laughs As Trump Spokesperson Tries To Defend Immigration Flip-Flop
August 30, 2016 - 8:30am
She actually said Trump did not change his position, he just used different words, and the entire panel (including the Republicans) broke out laughing at how stupid she is, and what a liar she is.
I do not know how Katrina Pierson has remained as one of Donald Trump's top spokespeople. I could understand if she were simply some random supporter who did interviews once in a while. But she's not just some random supporter -- she's one of his top surrogates. And she is easily one of the most recognizable individuals associated with his campaign.
If I were Trump I would have fired her a long time ago, he says he only hires the best, but she is terrible, and he keeps her on as a spokesperson. Which says a lot about Trump, that when he says he only hires the best, it's all hot air, just like the rest of what he says.
During many of her interviews you can tell the person questioning her is struggling to take her seriously. I've seen several instances where the interview was cut short due to the absurdity of the answers Pierson was giving.
Well, on Thursday, things got a little more embarrassing for Trump's top spokesperson during a CNN panel discussion about his immigration policy. The Democratic and Republican guests who appeared alongside Pierson each erupted into laughter as she insisted that her candidate's stance on immigration hasn't changed -- even though it most certainly has.
After being pressed by CNN's Erica Hill over Trump's comments he made during an interview with Sean Hannity where he said he was open to allowing illegal immigrants who've been here and are in good standing to stay (aka amnesty), signaling a massive shift from his earlier comments on mass deportations, Pierson insisted that nothing about his policy has changed.
"He hasn't changed his position. He has changed the words that he is saying," Pierson stated. "What he has always said from the beginning -- that he does not want to allow people to stay in this country illegally. He does want to build the wall, and that's exactly what he said from the beginning."
"Katrina, he has said get them out," Hill responded "He's been very clear about his position. This is a change, this is a shift, a flip-flop, it's an evolution, whatever words you want to use."
Ann (the man) Coulter has even admitted it is a change in position and a flip-flop and slammed Trump for it. But not Katrina, she is sticking to her ridiculous story that nobody on earth believes.
"No, Erica, it is how that's being discussed now," Pierson responded. "He said if they're here illegally, they'll have to go."
Except, that's not what Trump said during his interview with Hannity:
TRUMP: "So you have somebody who's been in the country for 20 years, has done a great job, and everything else. Do we take him and the family and her and him or whatever and send him out?"
While he didn't flat-out say it, that's Trump stating that he's open to the idea of amnesty, which is most definitely a different stance than he had earlier in his campaign.
Here are the facts, Trump said he would deport every single illegal, all 12 million of them, that is exactly what he said. He said he would put together a deportation force of some kind to deport them all, even though it would cost billions and every expert there is says it is impossible, and maybe even unconstitutional.
O'Reilly even admitted it will never happen.
Now Trump is saying he is open to letting some of them stay in the country, which is totally different from what he was saying 6 months ago. Katrina should just admit he changed his position, and then make excuses for that, instead she gives some insane answer that he did not change his position, he just used different words, it's laughable.
And if I were Trump, I would fire her asap. Because she is making herself and him look like fools.
Petition Demands Fox Fire Bill O'Reilly Over Harassment Claims
August 30, 2016 - 7:30am
An online petition demands that Fox News clean house by firing star host Bill O'Reilly due to claims that he harassed former anchor Andrea Tantaros.
The petition, started by feminist site UltraViolet, also wants the cable channel's parent company, 21st Century Fox, to fire Bill Shine, recently appointed network co-president. Shine enabled a hostile environment toward women during the reign of former Chairman Roger Ailes, according to Tantaros lawsuit against the network.
The petition says Fox's ouster of Ailes in July didn't go far enough, because Shine and O'Reilly remain employed.
"Clearly, Fox isn't done putting women in danger," the petition says.
Tantaros lawsuit, filed in August, says Ailes repeatedly commented about her body and made unwelcome advances. The suit targets other Fox News executives, including Shine, whom Tantaros claims told her to drop her complaints about Ailes.
O'Reilly is not a defendant in the lawsuit, but Tantaros accuses him of inappropriate behavior. He asked her to come to his very private place on Long Island and said he hoped to see her "as a wild girl," the lawsuit says.
"Having a harassment-free environment is a basic right," said Karin Roland, UltraViolet chief campaign officer. "Sexual harassment was clearly rampant." As of Monday, more than 36,000 people had signed the petition. The signatures will be sent to Fox News later this week, Roland said.
Fox News attorneys, meanwhile, on Monday sought to have Tantaros lawsuit decided by arbitration, Vanity Fair reported.
At least 20 women, including popular host Megyn Kelly, have reportedly described degrading conduct at Rupert Murdoch's cable news channel to company investigators. The revelations started after former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson sued Ailes for harassment in July.
The long-running O'Reilly Factor is one of the most widely watched cable news programs. The show brought in 2.9 million to 3.2 million viewers during each of four episodes that aired from Aug. 15 to Aug. 21, according to Nielsen ratings. In 2004, O'Reilly settled a lawsuit with an associate producer who accused him of harassment.
Tantaros had co-hosted Outnumbered, but stopped appearing on Fox News in April. The network claimed she violated her contract by not getting approval to work on a book.
The network "operates like a sex-fueled Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency, and misogyny," according to the Tantaros lawsuit.
Republican Stuart Stevens Says Breitbart News Is In The Hate Business
August 29, 2016 - 9:30am
Here is a partial transcript from CNN's Reliable Sources:
BRIAN STELTER (HOST): Let me ask you about debate prep, we were talking about the debates a minute ago. There's a report this weekend that Laura Ingraham, the conservative talk radio host and Fox News regular is participating in debate prep. She might play Hillary Rodham Clinton if Trump ever gets behind a podium and does that kind of practice.
We also know that Roger Ailes is there to do debate prep, the former Fox News chairman who had to step down last month. And of course Steve Bannon, the former head of Breitbart, now running Trump's campaign. Is this a conservative media takeover of the Trump campaign and of debate prep?
STUART STEVENS: Well, I think you have to separate Steve Bannon from Breitbart, from conservative media. I mean Breitbart is, they're in the hate business. They're a bunch of nuts.
STELTER: You say the hate business, that is very strong language.
STEVENS: Well, read Breitbart. That's what they are. There's this whole alt-right thing, which I think is just re-packaged racism trying to put a better name on it. And xenophobia...
STELTER: And to be clear, you are a Republican strategist, you ran Romney's campaign four years ago, and you're sitting here saying that one of the most popular web sites for Republican readers is a hate machine?
STEVENS: Yeah. I mean read it.
Clinton Ad Shows Trump's Make America Great Slogan Is A Big Lie
August 29, 2016 - 8:30am
In a new 30-second ad, Hillary Clinton goes after Donald Trump's outsourcing, weighing it against his claim to "Make America great again."
In a press release, Hillary for America says the ad, "entitled Hat, Spotlights the contradiction between Donald Trump's 'Make America Great Again' hat and Trump's career-long record of outsourcing jobs to manufacture Trump-branded products in at least 12 countries. 'Don't believe the hat,' the ad intones. 'You can't make America great again if you don't make things in America.'"
"He wears it like a crown -- Make America Great Again -- but Trump had his shirts made in Bangladesh, his ties in China and his suits in Mexico. In fact, the real Donald Trump outsourced his products and jobs to 12 different countries."
The Washington Post reported in March that the "Donald J. Trump Collection shirts -- as well as eye-glasses, perfume, cuff links and suits -- are made in Bangladesh, China, Honduras and other low-wage countries."
Ivanka Trump has items in her jewelry and clothing lines made in China as well.
It is interesting that while it has been pointed out that Trump "said that as president, he would impose a huge tax on Ford vehicles and parts manufactured in Mexico and shipped to the U.S.," he has so many of his own products made in other countries.
And not once has he explained why it is wrong to make car parts in Mexico, but not his products. Letterman even slammed him for it, and he had no answer, he just said oh well, and blew it off.
Trump has no problem enriching himself at the expense of American jobs. He just doesn't want anyone else to do it.
As Talking Points Memo reminds us, back in 2005, Trump told his now defunct university that "Outsourcing Creates Jobs in the Long Run."
TRUMP: "We hear terrible things about outsourcing jobs--how sending work outside of our companies is contributing to the demise of American businesses. But in this instance I have to take the unpopular stance that it is not always a terrible thing.
I understand that outsourcing means that employees lose jobs. Because work is often outsourced to other countries, it means Americans lose jobs. In other cases, nonunion employees get the work. Losing jobs is never a good thing, but we have to look at the bigger picture."
Which is not what he's saying now. He's as wishy-washy on outsourcing as he is on immigration.
Trump broke the hypocrisy meter long ago. What remains is to demonstrate to the American people that Donald Trump has no interest in making America great again. Or rather, as the map demonstrates, he will make great anyone who will fill his pockets. And that takes place anywhere but in the United States.
Anti-Trump Republicans To Launch Swing-State Ad Buy
August 29, 2016 - 7:30am
Notice that Bill O'Reilly never reports on any of this, ever, not once has he had any Republican on to talk about people in the Republican party buying ads against Trump asking him to drop out, which before this year was unheard of in politics, O'Reilly just ignores it because he is a Trump stooge.
Anti-Trump Republicans are preparing to launch a broadcast TV ad in a handful of swing-state suburbs urging Donald Trump to quit the presidential race so the party can replace him with a more electable nominee.
The ad, titled "Keep Your Word," features footage of Trump during the Republican primary in which he suggested he'd drop out if he saw his poll numbers decline.
"Number one, I'm not a masochist, and if I was dropping in the polls where I saw I wasn't going to win, why would I continue?" Trump said in an October NBC interview featured in the ad. A graphic displaying political handicappers' predictions of a landslide Trump loss accompanies his remarks.
The ad ends with a plea: "Resign the nomination. Let the RNC replace you so we can beat Hillary."
The 30-second spot is marked for a limited run on broadcast networks in suburban Florida, Virginia, Ohio and Michigan, according to Regina Thomson, a Colorado Republican activist and leader of Free the Delegates, the organization that failed to stop Trump's nomination at last month's national convention. All four states are central to Trump's path to the White House, though he's trailing in most polls of those states.
The ad is backed by a five-figure buy, according to Thomson, but the group is hopeful to eventually expand its run to Fox News Channel. It's initially set to air on broadcast news channels beginning on Tuesday. It's marked for the four states' suburban media markets, according to Free the Delegates, because they're areas that typically lean Republican but appear to be tilting in Hillary Clinton's favor this year.
The spot was produced by NOVA Digital Films, a Virginia-based firm that lists a slew of conservative candidates and organizations as clients, including the Republican Party of Virginia, Americans for Prosperity, the anti-abortion Susan B. Anthony List and former gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli.
Trump is facing significant headwinds on his way to November. Polls show him trailing in virtually every swing state -- sometimes by big margins to Clinton. He's also in close contests to win traditionally red states like Arizona and Georgia, that always go to Republicans.
Ex-Obama Campaign Manager Calls Donald Trump a Psychopath
August 28, 2016 - 11:30am
Which is like saying water is wet, we already know Trump is crazy, he shows it every time he opens his mouth.
President Barack Obama's first campaign manager, David Plouffe, said Sunday that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is a "psychopath," adding that he thinks Hillary Clinton will face an easy road to the White House in November.
"I mean, basically, we have a psychopath running for president. He meets the clinical definition, okay," Plouffe told Chuck Todd on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday.
Plouffe backed up his diagnosis by listing off psychotic behaviors that he said Trump has displayed: "The grandiose notion of self-worth, pathological lying, lack of empathy and remorse."
Plouffe, who helped lead Obama to victory in 2008, said he believes Trump's campaign strategies -- or seemingly lack there of -- are going to lose him the race.
"I think the assessment was that Donald Trump would try and do some things to appeal to the middle of the electorate, to appeal to suburban college-educated women," Plouffe said. "He's not."
"The race ends today; I think Hillary Clinton is guaranteed at least 269 electoral votes," Plouffe said. "I think it's likely going to be a landslide," he added later.
Plouffe is currently the senior vice president of policy and strategy at Uber, the taxi app, but remains very involved in opining on presidential politics on his Twitter page.
Here is a nice little fact that O'Reilly and Fox never report, in 2012 Romney got 59% of the white vote and only won 24 states, in the past Ronald Reagan got 56% of the white vote and won 44 states, think about that. It means you can not win with the white vote only, especially now, because minorities are having more kids than whites, and the Latinos are having more kids faster than anyone.
Don Cheadle Unleashes Twitter Storm On Donald Trump
August 28, 2016 - 10:30am
"Dwayne Wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in Chicago," Trump tweeted Saturday morning, misspelling the basketball player's first name.
"Just what I have been saying. African-Americans will VOTE TRUMP!" ....
Actor Don Cheadle and other Trump critics Saturday pounced on the tweet, saying he was seizing on Aldridge's death and Chicago's gun violence for political gain.
In a series of tweets (often employing pretty salty language) Cheadle blasted Trump as using the shooting to throw "red meat to his alt-right troglodytes."
"People of Drumpf's ilk are contributors to the conditions that lead to the 'Chicagos' of this country," Cheadle said in one tweet, referring to the surname of Trump's German ancestors.
The election, Cheadle added in another tweet, "is like a Shakespearean farce except it could end in a mushroom cloud."
Republican Senator Tells GOP Candidates To Distance Yourself From Trump
August 28, 2016 - 9:30am
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) is telling fellow Republicans to distance themselves from Donald Trump if they want a future in politics.
Asked how fellow Republicans could win election to statewide office, Flake on Friday told The New York Times: "Distance yourself from Donald Trump."
"That's difficult. But I think you've got to do it if we're concerned not just about this election but elections to come," he added.
Otherwise, Flake said, "this will last decades."
Flake, a frequent critic of the Republican presidential nominee, has refused to endorse Trump, saying he would hurt the party.
And of course Bill O'Reilly has not said a word about it, because he is a friend of Trump and he does not want to make him look bad.
Clinton Speech On Trump Racism Met With Silence From The GOP
August 28, 2016 - 8:30am
Thursday, Hillary Clinton delivered a blistering and unprecedented speech, labeling her opponent, Donald Trump, a lifelong racist. She did not mince words, arguing that his racial bias rendered him unfit to serve.
"A man with a long history of racial discrimination, who traffics in dark conspiracy theories drawn from the pages of supermarket tabloids and the far reaches of the internet, should never run our government or command our military. If he doesn't respect all Americans, how can he serve all Americans?"
Clinton cited a lot of examples to bolster her point, tracing Trump's history of racism from the suit the Justice Department brought against him years ago for discriminating against blacks and Latinos seeking to rent apartments, to his embrace of the birther conspiracy to his comments during the campaign about Muslims, Mexicans and others.
Still, Trump is the leader of the Republican Party. Branding him a racist is a fundamental threat to the viability of the party now and in the future.
You would expect the leaders and elected officials of the party to rally to his side, slam Clinton's speech as a smear and demand an apology. Instead, there has been silence.
Paul Ryan, the Republican Speaker of The House, has two Twitter accounts. Collectively the accounts have posted 31 times on Thursday. He's posted nothing about the speech.
Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, has three Twitter accounts. He's posted nothing about the speech.
Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican Party, has a very active Twitter account. He's posted nothing about the speech.
The official twitter account of the Republican Party, the organization supposedly devoted to electing Donald Trump the next President of The United States, has also been silent about the speech.
There is also nothing about the speech on the GOP.com website or blog.
But Trump's campaign press office has been busy attacking Hillary's speech, which a spokesman called a "desperation play."
The Trump campaign is having trouble finding prominent Republicans to defend him. Right now his site features statements criticizing Hillary's speech from unknowns such as Patricia Bober, Oz Sultan and Alfred Liz.
Some prominent Republicans might not be criticizing Hillary's speech because they agree with it. Paul Ryan, for example, called Trump's attack on Hispanic federal judge Gonzalo Curiel the "textbook definition of racism."
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse agreed.
Ben Sasse - @BenSasse
Saying someone can't do a specific job because of his or her race is the literal definition of "racism."
Sasse opposes Trump's candidacy while Ryan has sort of endorsed him. But today, the most striking thing is not what Republicans are saying. It's how many of them are staying silent.
Business Slams Trump: Warning His Presidency Could Cause Global Recession
August 27, 2016 - 9:30am
The business community is not impressed with Donald Trump, and seem to be desperately looking for the nearest exit. Today they worry that Donald Trump will cause a global recession. And this isn't a one-off, given that previous reports have also suggested dark economic outcomes from a Trump presidency.
"The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States could lead to chaos in markets and increased policy uncertainty that tip the world into recession, according to Citigroup Inc.," Bloomberg reported Thursday.
Explaining that William Buiter "has been warning of a global recession for nearly a year, though he previously saw a deceleration in Chinese growth as the proximate cause," Bloomberg quotes Buiter's current theory on Trump:
"A Trump victory in particular could prolong and perhaps exacerbate policy uncertainty and deliver a shock (though perhaps short-lived) to financial markets," writes a team led by Chief Economist Willem Buiter. "Tightening financial conditions and further rises in uncertainty could trigger a significant slowdown in U.S., but also global growth."
Reports showing that the economy would weaken significantly under Trump's policies aren't new. In June, a Moody's analysis warned that during Trump's first term we would reduce employment by 3.5 million jobs and a heavy recession would hit the nation.
The Wall Street Journal wrote up the Moody's analysis and reported additionally that the tax plan wouldn't help:
Trump's tax plan would lower tax rates across the board and limit some deductions. The Tax Policy Center, a project of the Urban Institute and Brookings Institution, said the plan would cut federal revenues by $9.5 trillion, while the Tax Foundation, a think tank that favors lower taxes, said the plan would cost $10 trillion over a decade, even after assuming higher economic growth.
In June, a Forbes opinion column tried desperately to make the case that while the reports on Trump's economic policies were bad, it didn't matter. Sure, the outcome is still bad, but not as bad as the reports claim, the author Tim Worstall posited, because presidents don't get everything their way with budgets.
"The outcome still is not good for the simple reason that parts of those economic plans are not good," Worstall wrote. "Shrug, that's what happens with bad economic policy. But those outcomes are nowhere near as bad as is being generally bandied about when people make the incorrect assumption that Trump would get what he asked for."
Still, this is not a great campaign slogan: "A Trump presidency will be bad, but don't worry, Congress will stop him from making it a total disaster!"
On August 17, Citigroup's William Lee suggested that the odds of a recession would be much higher under Trump. Speaking to CNBC's Power Lunch, Lee said, "All of his trade policies may not only cause the lowering of our imports but it could cause retaliation on the part of our exporters and so that could contract trade. We think that would be the source of a recession sooner than later under Trump."
The real point here is that Donald Trump's economic policies are just as bad as his border policy and his banning Muslims policies.
It's just that people are used to Republican tax plans doing the opposite of what they claim, so it's no shock that Trump's plan would cost trillions in lost revenues and even with alleged growth factored in, would cost $10 trillion over a decade. So much for trickle down.
That's a lot of money to spend to reduce employment by 3.5 million and cause a global recession. We already tried this version of Making America Great Again and it was a horrifying failure that put the full burden of the mistake on the backs of the middle class and poor.
Thanks, but no thanks to Trickle Down Trump policies that help nobody but the wealthy.
Crazy Michele Bachmann Is Advising Donald Trump On Foreign Policy
August 27, 2016 - 8:30am
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), who has claimed President Barack Obama's foreign policy would lead to the rapture, says she is advising Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on foreign policy.
Speaking to reporters outside a private fundraiser that Trump held in Minneapolis on Friday evening, the 2012 GOP presidential hopeful and tea party stalwart said she has known Trump for several years and supports his proposals to crack down on immigration and terrorism.
"He also recognizes there is a threat around the world, not just here in Minnesota, of radical Islam," she told Minnesota Public Radio. "I wish our President Obama also understood the threat of radical Islam and took it seriously."
Bachmann also serves on the real estate mogul's evangelical advisory board, working on outreach to conservative voters.
Last month, she warned that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would create certain destruction and catastrophic decline if elected president. She also celebrated Trump for his "1950s sensibilities and 1950s common sense," and argued that because he "gets and understands religious liberty," people of all faiths will be allowed to say "Merry Christmas" during a Trump presidency.
Like Trump, Bachmann is an avid conspiracy theorist. Last fall, when she visited Israel, she argued that there is violence and unrest in the country because Jesus is "coming soon." She warned Christians that they must convert as many people as possible, "even among the Jews."
In 2011, when Trump raised questions about whether Obama was born in the U.S., Bachmann was among the GOP lawmakers calling for the release of Obama's birth certificate.”
It was unclear why Trump was campaigning in Bachmann's home state; a GOP presidential nominee hasn't won there since 1972. While polling on Minnesota is limited, most results indicate that Clinton has a comfortable lead.
But during Friday's fundraiser, Trump claimed he has so many friends in the state and hopes to visit a lot, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Donald Trump is campaigning in a bunch of States he can not win, States the GOP has not won in 20 years, or longer, which makes no sense and is a total waste of campaign money.
Investigation Exposes Trump As A Foreign Bank Owned Fraud
August 27, 2016 - 7:30am
The evidence is mounting that Donald Trump isn't as rich as he claims as an investigation into his business holdings revealed twice as much debt as he reported on his federal disclosure forms.
The New York Times looked into Trump's business interests and found a mountain of debt:
An investigation by The New York Times into the financial maze of Donald Trump's real estate holdings in the United States reveals that companies he owns have at least $650 million in debt -- twice the amount he reported in public filings he made as part of his bid for the White House.
The Times's inquiry also found that Trump's fortunes depend deeply on a wide array of financial backers, including one he has cited in attacks during his campaign.
For example, an office building on Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan, of which Trump is part owner, carries a $950 million loan. Among the lenders: the Bank of China, one of the largest banks in a country that Trump has railed against as an economic foe of the United States, and Goldman Sachs, a financial institution he has said controls Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, after it paid her $675,000 in speaking fees.
The Trump campaign is definitely about an out of control ego who really believes his own self-created superhero status. The President Of The United States is the most famous person in the world, and Donald Trump craves that fame.
Donald Trump is also interested in making more money for himself, and if elected president, Trump would most likely use the powers of the office to enrich himself in ways that would make third world dictators envious.
Trump will never release his tax returns because they will confirm that the Trump empire is a house of cards built on debt, much of it to the same foreign countries that the Republican nominee promises to get tough on during his campaign speeches.
Trump is a fraud, and no matter how hard he tries to hide them, his secrets are leaking out as the presidential campaign moves forward. He will not release his taxes because it will show three things, that he is not as wealthy as he claims, that he pays almost no taxes, and that he gives very little of his own money to charity.
More Bad Poll News O'Reilly And Fox Have Ignored
August 26, 2016 - 9:30am
One of the most reliably Republican-leaning pollsters has released a new poll, and it shows Hillary Clinton beating Donald Trump.
The Rasmussen Reports weekly poll of the White House race has some bad news for Trump:
The latest weekly Rasmussen Reports White House Watch shows Trump losing ground: Clinton now holds a 42% to 38% lead among Likely U.S. Voters, up slightly from the 41% to 39% advantage she held a week ago.
In the latest survey, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson again captures nine percent (9%) of the vote, while Green Party candidate Jill Stein picks up two percent (2%) support. Three percent (3%) like some other candidate and seven percent (7%) are undecided.
Rasmussen is one of most Republican-leaning pollsters in 538's rankings. Rasmussen's polls lean (+2) for Republicans, so if they have Hillary Clinton with a four-point lead, her lead is probably at least six points, which also happens to be the margin that Clinton leads Trump by in the Real Clear Politics national polling average.
It is impossible for O'Reilly and the Republicans to claim that the polls are biased against Trump when even polls that are usually friendly to Republicans, but they do it anyway, even when right-leaning polls like Rasmussen show Trump losing.
The Trump campaign has adopted the belief that there are millions of Trump voters who are not being counted by the polls. The Trump logic isn't that the polls are biased, but that the polls aren't counting these huge groups of invisible Trump supporters.
Which is the same thing they said in 2012, when Obama crushed Romney, they were wrong then and they are wrong now. But they just keep spinning out their tired right-wing media and polls are all biased nonsense.
The truth is that there is no great hidden mass of Trump supporters. Donald Trump is losing this election badly. Even the Republican-leaning polls can't avoid the fact that Trump is getting beat.
The fact that Donald Trump is losing the Rasmussen Poll is proof that the Republican nominee is closer to getting blown out than winning the White House.
Jeb Bush Calls Donald Trump Abhorrent And Disturbing
August 26, 2016 - 8:30am
During the GOP primary campaign, Donald Trump spent a lot of time calling Jeb Bush low-energy, but the former Florida governor was fired up on Thursday when he slammed the Republican nominee's recent behavior, specifically on the subject of immigration.
In an exchange on Rita Cosby's Election Central radio program, Bush talked about Trump's verbal waffling on immigration - even though his actual policy remains unchanged - and said it's impossible to know what Trump's views really are.
Bush said this:
I can only say that whatever his views are this morning, they might change this afternoon, and they were different than they were last night, and they'll be different tomorrow. So I can't comment on his views because his views seem to be ever changing depending on what crowd he's in front of. Sounds like a typical politician, by the way, all the things Donald Trump railed against, he seems to be morphing into.
I don't know what to believe about a guy who doesn't believe in things. I mean he doesn't, this is all a game. He doesn't, his views will change based on the feedback he gets from a crowd, or, you know, what he thinks he has to do. Life is too complex. For me, I couldn't do that.
I have to believe what I believe, and if it's popular, great, if it's not, I try to get better at presenting my views. But shifting my views because, because it's political to do it? That's what politicians do in this country, that's what Trump is trying to do right now. I find it abhorrent.
What Donald Trump has been doing lately is try to have it both ways.
He ridiculed Jeb Bush during the primary campaign for his stance on immigration, but he's now trying to adopt Bush's so-called low-energy tone, all while sticking closely to the same policies that his anti-immigrant base will applaud.
Trump claims to be the only non-politician in the race, but his behavior certainly indicates that he is doing political backflips to avoid losing any more support than he already has against Hillary Clinton.
Trump knows he is losing, so he's trying to con his way back into the race. If Jeb Bush's statements are any indication, his waffling isn't doing a very good job of winning back disaffected, moderate Republicans.
Here Is Something You Will Never See O'Reilly Or Fox Report
August 26, 2016 - 7:30am
CharityWatch gives the Clinton Foundation an A grade, the highest grade you can get, says it is "An Excellent Charity, And People Could Die If It Shuts Down."
The President Daniel Borochoff also said it's "Metrics Show They Have Good Governance And Accountability, Great Financial Efficiency, And Valuable, Important Programs That Help A Lot Of People."
Funny how O'Reilly and Fox just never mention any of that. O'Reilly even cites CharityWatch as his go to source to check the grade of a Charity before he gives them money. Except when it involves the Clintons, then he ignores all that and slams them for no reason.
Here is a partial transcript from CNN:
ASHLEIGH BANFIELD (HOST): In the philanthropic world the Clinton Foundation ranks about as high as can you get for a charity. GuideStar gave it a platinum rating, and CharityWatch gave it an A. Daniel Borochoff is the president of CharityWatch and he joins me live now from Chicago. Daniel, thanks for being with us. So, tell me how the foundation ranks compared to other nonprofits and why they get an A.
DANIEL BOROCHOFF: The Clinton Foundation is an excellent charity. They are able to get 88 percent of their spending to bona fide program services and their fundraising efficiency is really low. It only costs them $2 to raise $100. They're up there with other A charities such as Doctors Without Borders, Salvation Army, the American Red Cross. On the other hand, CharityWatch of course has F rated charities such as Feed the Children that's only able to get about 42 percent of their cash spending to bona fide program services.
BANFIELD: So, across the board, people in your business of rating these charities, who are not politically motivated, say it is stellar. And then you get this opinion piece in USA Today that was written today, saying, yes the Clinton Foundation supports many good works, notably the fight against HIV/AIDS. No, it is not the most corrupt enterprise in political history as Donald Trump is calling it, nor is there enough evidence of potential criminality to warrant appointment of the special prosecutor Trump is seeking.
But the only way to eliminate the odor surrounding the foundation is to wind it down and put it in mothballs, starting today, and transfer its important charitable work to another large American charity such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The political casualties of what some have called a scorched earth campaign against the Clinton Foundation, who's going be hurt the most?
BOROCHOFF: Well, the people, the millions of people that get reduced cost, reduced medical pills for like AIDS, and there's all kind of programs that they do that help millions of people, and people are going to die unless people get the help. Hopefully another group would take it on. But what I want to do for a second is, if you pull the election politics out of the equation here, it's a really good charity.
So people need to look at it apart from their political views, and it is a good charity, like the Carter Center is a good charity as well, that another former president founded. So you got to look at it from the metrics of they have good governance and accountability. They have great financial efficiency. They have valuable, important programs that help a lot of people in the world. Pull the politics out. Regardless of what you think about Hillary, the Clinton Foundation is an excellent charity.
Trump Has Pocketed 8 Million Dollars Of Donor Money While Running For President
August 25, 2016 - 10:30am
Donald Trump is living large on other people's money, he is taking millions of dollars that are supposed to be used to build his presidential campaign and instead giving it to his own companies.
The Washington Post reported this:
Trump has made frequent use of his properties in his presidential bid. In July, the campaign doled out $773,000 to reimburse various Trump-owned companies for expenses. The bulk of that went to TAG Air, the company that owns Trump's private planes.
In all, nearly $7.7 million has been paid out to Trump companies or Trump family members to cover campaign expenditures, the public filings show.
The Washington Post report is in line with a Huffington Post story that found that Trump has tripled the rent on his campaign offices in Trump now that donors to his campaign are footing the bill.
Presidential campaigns for profit have become a cottage industry in the Republican Party. Newt Gingrich, Alan Keyes, Herman Cain are just a few of the names who ran for president to boost their finances. The difference between the recent Republican presidential candidates for personal profit and Donald Trump is that none of them won the party's nomination, except for Trump.
Trump is a master of money funneling and debt manipulation. One of the most frequent questions asked about the Trump campaign is that if they aren't spending money on television ads, staffing, get out the vote operations, and other essentials needed for a successful presidential campaign, where is the money going?
The answer is that a healthy sum of it is going into Trump's own companies. The Trump campaign still hasn't released proof that Trump converted the $52 million that he loaned his campaign to donations, so it is likely that donors won't know the true extent of Trump's potential grifting until after the presidential election ends.
Republicans who give their money to Donald Trump in good faith are getting ripped off, as millions of dollars are finding their way into the Republican nominee's pocket.
Trump's New Scam: Put 5 People In An RV And Call It A Field Office
August 25, 2016 - 9:30am
Donald Trump's latest scheme to save money while running a presidential campaign is to put a few people in an RV throw some bumper stickers and lawn signs on it, and call it a field office in Florida.
There are several problems with Trump's latest ploy. First, how will the RV know where to go to reach potential Trump voters in Florida when the Trump campaign has no data operation? One suspects the Trump RV is going to hang out in the mall parking lot and wait for supporters to show up.
Secondly, this isn't how field offices work. A field office exists so that supporters and staff can come to a base of operations to work, volunteer, and get more information about the campaign. Having a "field office" that constantly moving is self-defeating.
As of about a week ago, Florida political experts were reporting that Trump has zero ground game in the state. Three RV's sitting at Arby's aren't going to change that. Hillary Clinton has at least 14 field offices in the state of Florida to Trump's one headquarters and three RVs.
Every move the Trump campaign makes sends the clear message that money matters more than winning. Unless he can make a buck off of it, Trump appears to insist on doing everything on the cheap.
RVs aren't field offices, and Donald Trump isn't running a real presidential campaign.
Trump Claims His Golf Courses Are Worth Millions: Until He Gets The Tax bill
August 25, 2016 - 8:30am
When Donald Trump submitted financial disclosure forms to election regulators, he bragged that his portfolio included some of the "finest and most iconic properties in the world."
Among them was Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, which Trump valued at more than $50 million.
That came as a surprise to officials in Palm Beach County, where the golf course is located. A few months earlier, for the third straight year, Trump's attorney had gone to court to argue that, for the sake of calculating his tax bill, the property was worth "no more than $5 million."
A Washington Post review of local property records revealed the same pattern across most of Trump's U.S. golf courses. For eight of the 10 courses on which he pays taxes, Trump reported in his May filing to the Federal Election Commission that the courses were worth tens of millions of dollars even as his attorneys have pressed local tax officials to value the properties at a fraction of those amounts.
The contrasting figures add to the mystery surrounding Trump's personal finances, which have emerged as a campaign issue as he has refused to release his tax returns.
And they reflect what critics say is Trump's willingness to calibrate his wealth claims depending on the circumstances -- going high to impress voters and back up his claim that he is worth $10 billion, a figure questioned by many experts, and going lower to argue for smaller tax bills.
Thank god for the print media. The New York Times and the Washington Post are doing some good reporting on Trump. And as expected O'Reilly ignores it all, you never see this kind of news reported by O'Reilly, because he is a butt kissing Trump stooge, he just will not admit it because he is a dishonest fraud and a coward.
Trump Spent 4 Times More On Hats Than He Did On His Staff
August 25, 2016 - 7:30am
While Hillary Clinton and Democrats are actively organizing to get out voters in every state, Trump is spending more money on hats and merchandise than on staff and field organization.
Trump is spending more money on hats and merchandise than on staff and field organization.
Meanwhile, spending on the 84-person staff and field organizing barely increased from the previous month, to just $392,000 and $432,000, respectively. The campaign dropped much more -- $1.8 million -- on hats and other merchandise.
By comparison, the Clinton campaign in July spent $2.9 million on its 703-person payroll and $25.8 million on media.
It is easy to see why Trump is losing in nearly every battleground state and at risk of losing in traditional Republican strongholds. Donald Trump is not running a real presidential campaign. While Clinton is spending millions on staff, Trump is spending millions on hats and t-shirts.
Trump seems to believe that lots of hats and television appearances are all that it will take to win the White House.
Trump is losing because he is not building a campaign operation to get votes out to the polls. Unlike Democrats, it seems that Trump has no data operation to target voters who may support him. Trump's idea is that he holds rallies, goes on TV, sells some hats, and wins the White House.
Republicans are facing a potential blowout loss because Donald Trump is refusing to build a real presidential campaign.
Trump cares more about hats than getting out the vote, but at least if Republicans lose big in November, they can comfort themselves with a whole warehouse of Make America Great Again hats.
And if I was a Republican who made a donation to the Trump campaign I would be mad, because Trump is wasting that money on hats, instead of using it for smart reasons to win the campaign.
Voters: Remember How Bad Things Were Under George W. Bush
August 24, 2016 - 10:30am
Before you vote in November, think about this, Republicans are terrible at being President, and Trump would most likely be the worst of all of them.
People who complain now about how terrible President Obama has been, or that he's the "worst president in history," are insane and clearly have a distorted memory of the Bush presidency.
Has Obama been perfect? Not at all. Part of that is his fault, part of that is the unrealistic expectations many of us had for him when he was elected in 2008. But most of it is the fact that on his election in 2008, the GOP essentially crafted their strategy of opposing anything he supports.
A plan that was solidified when liberals allowed conservative voters to give Republicans control over the House of Representatives in 2010. That was precisely the weapon they needed to block anything and practically everything.
But while O'Reilly and his conservative friends like to claim that President Obama is the "worst president in history," I thought I'd remind them, and everyone else, of just how bad things were under George W. Bush.
Was his election not a foreshadowing of how terrible things would be in the next 4 years? For the first time since 1888 we elected a president who lost the popular vote. Could you imagine the conservative outrage if President Obama was elected president, yet lost the popular vote? That might have been the catalyst that finally triggered a second Civil War.
Then just a eight months later we saw the worst terrorist attack in United States history. A terrorist attack the Republicans now claim never happened under Bush.
We can't forget about the Iraq War and all of the weapons of mass destruction that we didn't find. It's okay though, right? Only 4,487 Americans died fighting a war that was based on lies. The most since the Vietnam War.
Then there's Afghanistan. You know, the war we started to get Osama bin Ladin - only Bush never got him. President Obama did. And Republicans still claim Bush got him.
Then don't forget about the scandals like Abu Ghraib, Hurricane Katrina, the outing of a CIA agent, veterans neglected at the Walter Reed hospital, Medicare Part D and a host of other scandals that plagued the Bush administration's eight years.
So let's go to 2008, just as Bush was leaving office. That summer, just before the entire economy officially collapsed, oil had hit its all-time high of $147 per barrel (right now it fluctuates between $95-105 on average throughout the year). While gas prices are cheap now, our country had never seen prices well over $4 per gallon like most of the country experienced that summer under Bush.
Then came September when the bottom officially started falling out. But it wasn't just that month. We lost jobs every single month in 2008 (2.6 million in total). The worst annual loss of jobs since 1945.
In his last three months in office, we lost a combined 1.7 million jobs. In January 2009, his last month in office, we lost 598k jobs.
And let's not forget he had just bailed out Wall Street, the American auto industry was on the verge of collapse, our deficits were out of control, our national debt was almost double what it was when he took office, the stock market was plummeting, millions of Americans were losing their homes and unemployment was skyrocketing out of control.
Then let's also not forget that we were still engulfed in two wars, and Bush's final approval rating was 22 percent.
That's what we had when George W. Bush left office in January 2009.
Where are we at today:
Unemployment is down to 6.2%.
We've seen the best year of job gains since 1999.
Stocks have hit record highs.
53 straight months of private sector job growth.
We've created 9.9 million jobs during that span.
We have not started any new wars.
The rate of uninsured Americans fell to its lowest level since Gallup starting tracking the number in 2008. Down almost 5 percent in just the last year alone.
Deficits have been cut in half.
And O'Reilly never talks about any of it. The Republican party also never mentions George W. Bush, because they want you to forget he was the President for eight years and almost destroyed the country.
So, when conservatives say that we're much worse off now than when President Obama took office, they're either blatantly altering history to suit their talking points, they are lying, or they have absolutely no damn idea what they are talking about.
Trump Scams Campaign Donors By Jacking Up Rent In His Own Building
August 24, 2016 - 10:00am
WASHINGTON -- After bragging for a year about how cheaply he was running his campaign, Donald Trump is spending more freely now that other people are contributing -- particularly when the beneficiary is himself.
Trump nearly quintupled the monthly rent his presidential campaign pays for its headquarters at Trump Tower to $169,758 in July, when he was raising funds from donors, compared with March, when he was self-funding his campaign, according to a Huffington Post review of Federal Election Commission filings.
The rent jumped even though he was paying fewer staff in July than he did in March.
The Trump campaign paid Trump Tower Commercial LLC $35,458 in March -- the same amount it had been paying since last summer -- and had 197 paid employees and consultants. In July, it paid 172 employees and consultants.
"If I was a donor, I'd want answers," said a prominent Republican National Committee member who supports Trump, asking for anonymity to speak freely. "If they don't have any more staff, and they're paying five times more? That's the kind of stuff I'd read and try to make an (attack) ad out of it."
In addition to the rent for Trump Tower space in Manhattan, Trump has paid his golf courses and restaurants more than $260,000 since his campaign and the RNC struck a joint fundraising deal in mid-May, after he essentially locked up the GOP nomination.
On May 18, the day the fundraising deal was announced, Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach was paid $29,715; Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, was paid $35,845; and Trump Restaurants LLC was paid $125,080, according to FEC records. Such large payments were much rarer when Trump was self-funding.
It's unclear from the campaign filings the purpose of the golf course and restaurant payments, although both of the Florida golf courses hosted Trump campaign news conferences in March.
The Trump campaign on Tuesday responded that it had expanded into larger quarters. "Also, Mr. Trump makes a personal contribution of $2 million per month to the campaign, obviously a much higher amount than rent," the statement said.
The FEC filings show that Trump began increasing the rent at Trump Tower starting with the May 31 payment of $72,800. The Trump campaign paid $110,684 in rent on June 9, and $169,758 on July 10.
So he raised the rent every month as more money came in, which should be illegal, especially when he owns the building. If you donated money to Trump you are a sucker who is being taken for a ride and all your money is just going to Trump and his company.
The campaign's number of paid employees and consultants went from 166 in May, to 139 in June, to 172 in July. How many of those actually worked in Trump Tower cannot be determined from the FEC filings, although typically only a small fraction of a presidential campaign's staff works in the headquarters building.
Last autumn, only about a dozen of the campaign's several dozen paid employees worked in Manhattan.
Trump continues to fly to campaign events on his personal Boeing 757 airliner, even though the aging jet burns some $10,000 in fuel every hour. That has made air travel one of the biggest expense categories for his campaign. In July alone, $495,000 went to Trump's company that owns the plane.
Prior to May, three-quarters of the $59 million spent by Trump's campaign had come out of his own pocket -- meaning that whatever Trump charged his campaign for rent was largely coming from Trump himself.
That situation is now entirely reversed. Trump's money makes up a tiny percentage of his campaign's spending. The bulk now comes from outside donors, both small-dollar givers and those writing maximum-limit checks of $2,700.
"Nobody cares when you're spending your own money, but when you're spending the donor's $27, that could cause problems," the RNC member said, adding that small donors especially may not be sympathetic to Trump's extravagance. "Most campaigns run on a much tighter budget."
For many months, Trump's campaign prided itself on its low-rent operation. It invited reporters in to tour its headquarters on the fifth floor of Trump Tower that had once been used as production offices for "The Apprentice" TV show, which starred Trump. Photos and video from those tours show work space with unfinished ceilings, makeshift drywall partitions, and only a few campaign workers.
Commercial real estate is available in the midtown Manhattan neighborhood in the range of $70 per square foot annually, although Trump has charged more than that. Trump Tower rented 9,000 feet of office space in December at $120 per square foot, but has been unable to rent a 15,000 square-foot office that includes six terraces overlooking Fifth Avenue, even at a discounted rent of $90 per square foot.
Democrat Hillary Clinton has been leasing two entire floors in a Brooklyn office building totaling 80,000 square feet since the start of her campaign. The rent for that space has been about $212,000 per month. Her campaign staff is also several times the size of Trump's, numbering more than 700 for the better part of a year.
Andrea Tantaros Files Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against People At Fox
August 24, 2016 - 9:00am
And she says Bill O'Reilly also sexually harassed her.
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros has moved forward in filing a lawsuit against Fox News and its ex-chief Roger Ailes for alleged sexual harassment. She didn't stop there. Also named as defendants in a complaint lodged in New York Supreme Court is Ailes replacement Bill Shine, vp legal affairs Dianne Brandi, vp corporate communications Irena Briganti and executive vp programming and development Suzanne Scott.
In a lawsuit that's dripping with salacious detail including allegations hurled at non-defendants like Bill O'Reilly, Tantaros is demanding tens of millions of dollars in damages over her experiences at a cable news network she asserts "operated like a sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency, and misogyny."
"However this Complaint is not just about Ailes," the complaint adds. "For Ailes did not act alone. He may have been the primary culprit, but his actions were condoned by his most senior lieutenants, who engaged in a concerted effort to silence Tantaros by threats, humiliation, and retaliation."
In reaction to the lawsuit, a Fox News spokesperson said the network couldn't comment on pending litigation.
According to the plaintiff, Ailes subjected Tantaros to repeated harassment beginning in the late summer of 2014, about three years after she signed a contract to serve as a co-host of the afternoon show, The Five. Even before that time, she claims that she was instructed to wear clothes that showed off her legs and was forced to strip down in front of the network's wardrobe personnel, but Tantaros asserts that Ailes later escalated his misbehavior. Ailes would demand she turn around so he could get a better look at her body, states the lawsuit, and would make comments like, "I bet you look good in a bikini."
Ailes also allegedly subjected Tantaros to inappropriate comments about other stars working at the network. The head of the network is said to have questioned whether Greg Gutfeld was gay, whether Kimberly Guilfoyle and Eric Bolling were sleeping together, and commented that Maria Bartiromo had gotten fat.
After she rebuffed advances like a request for a hug, Tantaros claims she was removed from The Five to the "daytime graveyard time of Noon," where she worked on the show Outnumbered. The plaintiff says the move was a "retaliatory demotion."
Tantaros says she suffered other indignities.
For example, although the lawsuit doesn't name Bill O'Reilly as a defendant, Tantaros complaint asserts in February 2016, he started sexually harassing her by "(a) asking her to come to stay with him on Long Island where it would be 'very private,' and (b) telling her on more than one occasion that he could 'see [her] as a wild girl,' and that he believed that she had a 'wild side.'"
After complaints and allegedly because of O'Reilly's "rumored prior sexual harassment issues," according to the lawsuit, Brandi told Tantaros' former attorney that she would no longer be appearing on The O'Reilly Factor.
Tantaros blames Briganti for failing to provide her media support, "repeatedly crafting and placing insulting stories" about her at various news sites, and "posting, or directing the posting of, numerous negative comments about Tantaros from 'sock puppet' social media accounts."
Briganti is known as being a powerful PR person; in the lawsuit, it's claimed that Fox News and Ailes "controlled" various websites not under Fox, including TVNewser and Headline and Global News. These news outlets supposedly ran unflattering stories engineered by Ailes through Briganti to tarnish Tantaros reputation as a serious journalist.
Then, there's Shine, who was promoted at Fox News after Ailes was forced to resign in the wake of Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit and a subsequent investigation. "Perhaps the most shocking encounter of all was a Spring 2015 meeting between Tantaros and Fox News Senior Executive, Defendant William Shine (“Shine”), during which Tantaros sought relief from Ailes’s sexual harassment and Briganti’s retaliatory media vendetta against her," states the lawsuit.
"In response, Shine told Tantaros that Ailes was a 'very powerful man' and that Tantaros 'needed to let this one go.' Shine’s inexplicable elevation sends the message that it will be 'business as usual' at Fox News when it comes to the treatment of women."
Tantaros, who continues to draw a salary from Fox News and is being represented by attorney Judd Burstein, makes clear in her lawsuit that she's less than impressed with the actions taken since she, Carlson and others came forward to complain about Ailes.
For instance, the lawsuit asserts that Rupert Murdoch and his sons "are plainly not disturbed by Ailes conduct," citing the fact that Ailes wasn't terminated for cause and has been allowed to walk away with a "$40 million going-away present."
As for the investigation being done by outside lawyers at Paul, Weiss, the lawsuit takes issue with published reports that the results will not be made public. It adds: "Worse still, according to a published report, Paul Weiss has ceased questioning Fox News female employees at the offices of Fox News out of fear that the interviews are being bugged."
Back in March, Brandi emailed Tantaros with a request for a copy of her soon-to-be-published book, Tied Up in Knots, and a dispute erupted over whether Tantaros had violated the cable news network's protocol on publishing. Tantaros insists that Brandi was informed she was writing a book and was provided an outline, that Outnumbered routinely mentioned it on-air and that it was published by Harper Collins, owned by Fox News's parent company.
Fox News is said to have invoked the "pay or play" provision of her contract and took her off-air, which Tantaros says was "intentionally designed to decimate the sales of Tantaros's book."
In May, in what Tantaros frames as an "effort to further silence" her, Fox commenced arbitration and allegedly offered her a settlement where she would be paid the money through her contract term and in exchange have to release claims against Brandi, Shine, O'Reilly and others.
"Over the ensuing months, as Tantaros was weighing her options, Fox News made it clear that unless she entered into the unfair settlement it had proposed, the drumbeat of attacks on her would increase," states the lawsuit.
"Thus, there was a constant stream of reporters calling for confirmation of wholly baseless and slanderous information leaked by unnamed Fox News sources. Each of these ridiculous leaks -- such as that Tantaros was removed from the air because she had been involved in physical altercations with two other women at Fox News -- originated, on information and belief, from Briganti."
Tantaros says she was left with no choice but to go public.
O'Reilly Slams The Media For Simply Reporting On Him
August 24, 2016 - 8:00am
Tuesday night O'Reilly went on another rant about the media and their bias, why you ask? Because they reported that O'Reilly sexually harassed Andrea Tantarous, so he went nuts and said the media is garbage for reporting it, while never saying a word about the story, or denying he did it.
And of course he had two Republican guests on to agree with him, and make sure nobody talked about the actual story, which is what he always does.
Here is a partial transcript:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): On the internet there are vicious people who go after, and we will probably be trolled tonight, individuals smearing them in the worst possible ways. And there is no regulation, they can't stop it.
My main point is this: that there is so much garbage on [the internet] and that garbage finds its way out into the legitimate media. And with the destruction of Gawker thanks to the heroism of Hulk Hogan, one is down, but there are 50 to take their place, Dr. Booth. And now we're having mainstream media quote this stuff. It's all, don't blame me, I saw it on social media. It's like nobody is safe. Who is safe, Dr. Booth, from this? Who? Who is safe?
Fox Host Admits They Didn't Cover Louisiana Floods Until It Was Political
August 24, 2016 - 7:00am
I just wonder how long it is until she gets fired, because people on Fox who admit the truth usually end up getting fired, or as they call it, their contract is not renewed.
Basically what Fox did was pretty much ignore the disaster in Louisana, until someone said hey Obama has not gone there, let's use it as a cheap political attack, even though the Governor of Louisana had told Obama to stay away for a week or two, except Fox never mentions that.
Here is a partial transcript from the Five, soon to be the four:
JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): Let me just talk about some facts for a second here. One, the president had talked about going to Louisiana much earlier and was asked not to go by Governor John Bel Edwards. Why? Because you don't want all the attention to the president in the midst of a crisis and that totally makes sense.
The second thing to say is $120 million in aid has been approved for Louisiana in the last two weeks. So this idea that, oh jee, nothing, the federal government is not doing -- no, no help. Wait a second. That's not true.
What happened with President Bush and Katrina 11 years ago, was the left -- this is what Greg was saying -- attacked him and they thought, oh. But, you know what, there was real failure by FEMA during that time. And I think people will acknowledge that. So that's not the point.
DANA PERINO (CO-HOST): Well the other thing is, we didn't cover this story about the floods until it became political either.
PERINO: And we should have done more.
O'Reilly Is So Biased It Is Pathetic
August 24, 2016 - 7:00am
The whole show Tuesday night was like a Trump campaign infomercial, it was nothing but Praise Trump and slam Clinton. O'Reilly should just go ahead and quit Fox and go work for the Trump campaign. It was basically an hour long Trump rally.
And some of the segments were just laughable. Now remember O'Reilly tells us to ignore the Hollywood pinheads and do not listen to their political opinions because they know nothing. Even though he has no idea what they know and how politically informed they are, for all he knows they are more informed than he is, but he slams them as know nothing Hollywood liberals anyway.
O'Reilly says he never speculates, then he speculated that all Hollywood liberals who support Clinton and hate Trump are clueless uninformed pinheads.
The segment was sold as a look at Hollywood and the election, and can their opinions sway votes. But that is not what it was, it was a biased one sided joke of a so-called news segment that did nothing but read quotes from Hollywood liberals, then the two Republicans (O'Reilly and Melissa Francis from the Fox Business Channel) sat there and made fun of what they said.
This was not journalism, it was not fair and balanced, and it was not even close to a no-spin zone. It was a ridiculous and biased partisan segment with two Republicans and no Democrats. They spent the whole segment doing nothing but trashing and making fun of some of the Hollywood liberals who support Clinton and hate Trump.
And btw, what is the point? What good did it do, the viewers for the Factor are already mostly voting for Trump, so what good did it do to spend 4 minutes making fun of Hollywood liberals because they support Clinton.
How is that news? How is that journalism?
O'Reilly ignored at least 5 hard news stories that were out from Monday and Tuesday, to do that garbage. And he claims to be some kind of election/political expert who is fair and balanced and equal to both sides. It's a joke, and O'Reilly is a biased hack. I dare anyone to watch that segment and tell me it was fair and balanced, and actual news, you cant.
O'Reilly Makes Another Stupid And Racist Statement
August 23, 2016 - 10:00am
And when he wrote it he probably thought it was not racist at all, even though everyone else thinks it was. O'Reilly said the best image from the Olympics was the blacks on the mens basketball team showing pride in their country by putting their hands over their hearts for the national anthem.
Which is just ridiculous, and a totally racist statement. Most Americans best images of the Olympics were the womens gymnastics team winning gold, Michael Phelps winning the record gold medals, Usain Bolt winning all the speed races, and on and on.
But not O'Reilly, his best image of the Olympics was blacks putting their hands on their hearts during the national anthem. O'Reilly acted like it showed they were finally real Americans who are proud of their country, which is just a racist point of view and Only a right-wing racist would see the Olympics that way.
I watched the Olympics with pride in American for winning all the medals and setting records. Not once did I think about what color their skin was or care if they held their hands over their hearts during the national anthem or not. Nobody cares about that kind of thing but right-wing racist idiots, and my God if a black man or woman does not do it God will strike them dead.
That's how O'Reilly and the right-wingers see things, they ignore all the great things from the Olympics to focus on some meaningless hand over the heart nonsense, and one lame scandal with a swimmer.
Earth to Bill O'Reilly, you are an idiot. The rest of America saw a great Olympics with a lot of Americans winning a lot of gold and silver medals, we did not care about their skin color, or care about where their hands were during the national anthem. And if someone does not put their hand over their heart during the national anthem, it does not mean they are not proud of their country.
And the left does not think we are a bigoted country that actively seeks to destroy young black men. That is a lie put out by you and the Republicans, some on the left simply belive their is still a lot of racism against blacks and we are opposed to it, and some on the left believe the cops unfairly target and kill too many unarmed blacks, they believe that because it's a fact.
And the economic system is rigged to help the wealthy, and the corporations, we all know that, you just refuse to admit it, even though it's a fact. The wealthy and the corporations own Congress and most elected officials, and they legally bribe them to give them tax cuts and loopholes to avoid taxes, only the wealthy and the corporations get away with it, and that is a fact.
No Americans I know hates their own country, that is another lie put out by the dishonest O'Reilly. Here is a reality check for O'Reilly, when people complain about injustice that is not hating your country, you jerk. They do not hate their country, they simply hate injustice and racism, so they protest, that is how you get change.
And here is the worst part, when Republicans protest what they see as an injustice in the country O'Reilly loves it, supports it, promotes it, spins for them, and calls them great Americans. When Democrats protest what they see as an injustice O'Reilly hates it, opposes it, slams them, spins it against them, and calls them bad Americans who hate their country.
And he does it in the so-called no-spin zone, which is just laughable.
Here is what the idiot O'Reilly said:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): The best image for me was the sight of the American basketball team carrying our flags after winning the gold medal. The team was all minority, players showing pride in their country. When the national anthem was played, the guys had their hands on their hearts, no cheap shots at the country that had afforded them the opportunities to succeed at the highest level. So, to me, the spirit of America is intact, despite the fact, despite the fact that zealots and loons on both political spectrums are trying to tear the U.S.A. down.
If you believe the far left, we are a bigoted country that actively seeks to destroy young black men. The crazy left also puts out that we want to persecute innocent immigrants, that our economic system is rigged to help the wealthy, that our social system intentionally punishes the poor.
All lies. But they are spread by politicians and dishonest media who actively despise their own country. Talking Points has expounded on Black Lives Matter. There is no need to do that again here, other than to say the leadership of that organization hates America.
Crazy Trump Campaign Manager Denies He Hurls Personal Insults
August 23, 2016 - 9:30am
And she said it even after she had personally slammed Trump for using personal insults, when she was a Ted Cruz supporter. Now she claims he does not use personal insults, which is just laughable.
Donald Trump's new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, claimed Sunday that the GOP presidential nominee does not personally insult people.
George Stephanopoulos, host of ABC News This Week, showed Conway a series of video clips of her attacking Trump while she was supporting Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) during the primary. (Conway ran a super PAC backing Cruz's candidacy.)
In one of the excerpts, Conway said she was not backing Trump because he "hurls personal insults."
Asked whether she stood by her remarks, Conway interpreted the question to be about whether she continues to be against personal insults as a matter of principle, not whether she maintains her criticism of Trump.
Conway went on to deny that Trump engages in that behavior despite her past assertions to the contrary. "Well, he doesn't hurl personal insults," she said, before changing the subject to Trump's pitch to African-Americans earlier this week.
It's so ridiculous it's laughable, Trump personally insults someone every day, in speeches or on Twitter, or both. He calls them stupid, braindead, etc. and gives them nicknames that are bad, which are all personal insults. There are even websites that list the Trump insults, rank the worst ones, and a simple Google search on "Donald Trump Insults" gets you 908,000 results.
Fox & The GOP Slam Obama For Not Visiting Louisiana
August 23, 2016 - 8:30am
This is just how dishonest the right-wing media is, and of course O'Reilly and his so-called media watchdog expert (Bernie Goldberg) never say a word about this bias. Even though O'Reilly does a weekly media bias segment on his show, he never mentioned this, and never will, neither one of them ever find or report on any bias at Fox, except to deny it when someone else mentions it.
Fox's Steve Doocy: "Obama Is On Vacation, And There Is No Word That He's Going To Leave The Island."
Breitbart News: "Trump Visits Louisiana Flood Victims As Hillary Rests And Obama Vacations."
Newt Gingrich: "Obama Is Golfing Because He Can't Really Be Troubled To Visit Louisiana."
Fox's Jeanine Pirro: "Obama Doesn't Feel Our Pain, He Doesn't Make Believe He Feels Our Pain."
Wash. Times: "Obama Refused To Cut Short His Golfing Vacation To Survey The Louisiana Flood."
But they ignore the fact that Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has publicly requested that Obama not visit due to fear it would drain state resources.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards told reporters "he's not concerned that President Barack Obama has not yet visited Louisiana and that that a visit from the president "would be a drain on resources as the state still works to respond to the flood." But the stooges at Fox and in the Republican party never report that, instead they try to make you think Obama does not care about all the people in the flood areas, which is just ridiculous, and if you believe that you are more than stupid.
Edwards added, "I would just as soon Obama wait a week or two." Edwards also said he is in "daily communication with the White House" and that the administration had "shown that the flooding is a priority for the federal government."
The Republican outrage over Obama not going to Baton Rouge sooner has been a common theme throughout the Obama presidency. When Obama travels to memorial services for mass shooting victims or disaster scenes, Republicans accuse him of playing politics with a national tragedy. If the President waits and allows local officials to do their work, Republicans criticize him for not showing up sooner.
In the eyes of Republicans, President Obama will always get criticized and never do the right thing. Gov. Bel Edwards was right. A presidential visit is exponentially more complicated than Donald Trump flying in on his private jet, signing a few autographs, and pretending to care.
The Republican outrage was the usual let's blame Obama for something because anything is better that letting the nation see that Donald Trump is our presidential nominee.
President Obama has given the suffering people in Baton Rouge more than a photo op. He has done his job by providing immediate federal resources and disaster relief. The situation in Baton Rouge highlights why the nation needs a competent president who can do the job instead of a baseball cap wearing reality television star occupying the Oval Office.
Crazy O'Reilly Says Trump Will Build The Wall Somehow
August 23, 2016 - 7:30am
Now this proves O'Reilly is a 100% Trump stooge, now he claims Trump will no doubt build the wall somehow, even though all the experts say you can not even build a wall everywhere on the border because of rivers, hills, cliffs, etc. And O'Reilly himself admitted Trump will never build the wall a few weeks ago.
O'Reilly is speculating that Trump will build the wall, and that's if he even gets elected, which he clearly will not. Not to mention, O'Reilly claims to have a no speculation zone where speculation is not allowed, then he speculates Trump will build the wall as if it was a fact.
And with 84% of Democrats opposed to the wall it will never happen. The wall is a stupid idea that will never happen, and O'Reilly knows it, he is just saying Trump will build the wall to make the whites think he will so they get out and vote.
In fact, just the other night O'Reilly let his plans slip out, he admitted if people think Trump has no chance and will lose for sure, it will suppress the vote with his supporters. So from now until the election O'Reilly is going to use propaganda to make people who watch his show think Trump can win.
Just as he did with John McCain when he ran, and Romney when he ran, and now Trump. O'Reilly is basically a propaganda machine for Trump and the Republican party.
It's just too bad it will not work, because 90% of his viewers are already going to vote for Trump, that's the problem with being on a biased right-wing news network, no matter what you do it does not get a candidate more votes, all you are doing is preaching to people who already believe your spin and lies.
Here is a partial transcript from the Monday night Factor show:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): There is no question that Donald Trump will put the wall up if he's elected. So we don't have to get into that anymore. He's going to do that.
KATIE PAVLICH: I think there is a question of that actually. So we'll see.
O'REILLY: I don't. I disagree 100 percent. Donald Trump will have to build that wall by executive order or any other means. He will have to do that.
Donald Trump Insults Joe Scarborough & Mika Brzezinski
August 22, 2016 - 9:30am
And he did it just one day after his crazy campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Trump does not do personal insults. And btw, this is the exact same thing O'Reilly does, he insults people pretty much every day, then after getting called out for it, he denies it and calls them liars, when all they did was report it and publish the transcript of O'Reilly saying it.
Trump insulted MSNBC hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, he called them clowns and suggesting that they're dating.
Donald J. Trump -- @realDonaldTrump
Tried watching low-rated @Morning_Joe this morning, unwatchable! @morningmika is off the wall, a neurotic and not very bright mess!
6:21AM - 22 AUG 2016
Donald J. Trump -- @realDonaldTrump
Some day, when things calm down, I'll tell the real story of @JoeNBC and his very insecure long-time girlfriend, @morningmika. Two clowns!
6:29AM - 22 AUG 2016
The feud between Trump and the MSNBC hosts is long running. Brzezinski and Scarborough have repeatedly criticized the Republican nominee over his various controversial comments and policies. Earlier on Monday, the show mocked a speech he made over the weekend as sounding "like he's had a lot to drink."
But the show has also taken shots at Trump's Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, over the private email server she used while in office, as well as her family foundation's acceptance of donations from foreign countries with poor human rights records.
Trump has called Morning Joe "sad and irrelevant," and said that it has bad ratings. (The show's ratings are actually pretty good, for an MSNBC show.) And if Scarborough was on Fox his ratings would be much higher, he is a conservative on a liberal news network, so his ratings are just ok, but not great, because of what network he does the show on.
Scarborough responded to Trump's diss by handing it right back to him.
Joe Scarborough -- @JoeNBC
Neurotic and not very bright?
Look in the mirror.
7:06AM - 22 AUG 2016
The spat directly contradicts claims made by Trump's campaign manager just hours earlier.
"I don't like when people hurl personal insults," Kellyanne Conway told ABC News This Week. "That will never be my style, I'm a mother of four small children, it would be a terrible example for me to feel otherwise. Trump doesn't hurl personal insults."
Dan Rather: Trump Hired Far-Right "Zealots" To Boost White Vote
August 22, 2016 - 8:30am
Dan Rather has been reporting on political campaigns for 50 years, so he knows what he is talking about. Here is a partial transcript from the Friday Night Rachel Maddow show:
RACHEL MADDOW (HOST): Do you think, Dan, that we are going to continue to see -- one of the things I've been highlighting is the way there's these references, and there's use of material from the very far right?
The reason I did that Center for Immigration Study segment at the top is because that ought to be a reference in presidential politics, at least in terms of racial extremism. And we've seen that a bunch of different times from the Trump campaign. If they really are trying to maximize the white vote, do you think we'll get some of this fringe, sort of racial stuff?
DAN RATHER: I think you may get a lot of it, rather subtly put, perhaps not as straightforward. But look, the campaign is being run, not entirely -- is being run by Donald Trump, but he's taking aboard candidate people, workers who are from the fringes.
There's zealots from the fringes of the party, who are now helping him run the campaign. And they're going to say the kinds of things that they previously were saying on right-wing radio, because they think if you say it often enough, they're convinced that will get Donald Trump the white votes he needs, the big white turn-out that he needs. I think you're going to see an awful lot of that.
He's turned himself over to a lot of zealots from the fringes of the party, and we'll see how that goes.
Stunning: Only 1 Percent Of Black Voters Support Donald Trump
August 22, 2016 - 7:30am
Rounding out one of the worst weeks in his presidential campaign, Donald Trump faces yet another sad reality. According to new NBC/Wall Street Journal polling released Thursday, only 1 percent of black voters nationally support the Republican nominee.
This is the lowest level of support ever recorded among the demographic (with the exception of Republican candidate Barry Goldwater in 1964, who stood in strong opposition to the Civil Rights Act), indicating that a sentiment already present among black voters in swing states is widespread.
Trump also suffers among Hispanic voters, garnering just 26 percent of their vote, according to an Economist/YouGov poll released earlier this week.
Generating support among voters of color -- whom Trump's rhetoric habitually alienates -- is key to winning the general election. People of color constitute nearly one-third of eligible voters, making the 2016 electorate the most diverse in U.S. history. This renders it essential for Trump to secure higher numbers of those votes in order to win.
President Barack Obama won 93 percent of the black vote and 71 percent of the Hispanic vote nationally in 2012; in 2008, he won over 95 and 67 percent, respectively.
The most recent Republican president, George W. Bush, won over 11 percent of African-Americans and 44 percent of Hispanics support in 2004; in 2000 he won 9 and 35 percent, respectively.
The NBC/WSJ poll also shows Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton with a significant advantage among women, all non-white voters, millennials and white voters with a college degree. Trump pulls ahead more narrowly among all white voters, seniors, independents and white voters without a college degree.
In the wake of the two major party conventions, results this week suggest that Clinton's polling bounce is more sustainable than Trump's. Not only did she receive a higher bounce in poll numbers, but viewers received Clinton's acceptance much more positively than they did Trump's.
Post-convention bounces also tend to be more stable when they unify the party, and in the wake of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) endorsement, polls indicate that the Democratic Party is more unified than ever before.
Clinton has now reached the level of support she enjoyed before public scrutiny into her use of a private email server. According to the HuffPost Pollster model, which aggregates publicly available polling data, Clinton enjoys an average 9 point lead with third-party candidate Gary Johnson in the race and a 7 point lead in a two-way race.
At the state level, new polling in traditional battlegrounds also shows Clinton with a significant lead, The Huffington Post reported earlier this week. Surveys released Thursday give her a 15-point lead in New Hampshire, a 9-point lead in Michigan, an 11-point lead in Pennsylvania and a 6-point lead in Florida.
Trump's disastrous polling week also shows the broader problems his campaign faces. This week alone, he sparked outrage by igniting a social media war against Khizr and Ghazala Khan, whose son, a U.S. Army captain, was killed in Iraq defending his unit in 2004 (a year that, despite what Trump might believe, was not during Obama's presidency).
He refused to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) or Rep. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) in their respective re-election bids, despite their endorsements of his campaign.
He defended Roger Ailes against sexual harassment charges and brushed aside sexual harassment as a serious issue. Trump was also eviscerated Friday morning by former CIA director Michael Morell, who went on to endorse Clinton.
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