Presidential Debates Admits Trump’s Mic Was Messed Up | The Daily Caller

The Commission on Presidential Debates reported on Friday that there were in fact issues with Donald Trump’s microphone at the Debate Monday evening at Hofstra university in New York. Following the debate, Trump told the press that they “gave me a defective mic. via Pocket
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Democrats object to Chick-fil-A voter registration drive | Tampa Bay Times

The Stonewall Democrats of Pinellas County are crying foul over Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark’s decision to hold voter registration drives at nine Chick-fil-A locations. Chick-fil-A, the fast-food chain known for putting faith ahead of profits, supports conservative causes. via Pocket
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Only On 2: O.C. Woman Says Airline Made Her Move Because 2 Pakistani Monks Can’t Sit Next To Female « CBS Los Angeles

COTO DE CAZA  (CBSLA.com)  — An Orange County woman said she is the victim of discrimination. Mary Campos says her pre-booked ticket was given away by United Airlines. The reason? She’s a woman, and two men didn’t want to sit next to a female. via Pocket
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Mexico Is Worried About Influx Of African Immigrants | The Daily Caller

Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is concerned about an influx of immigrants into the country from African and Asian countries, according to a report Thursday in El Universal. via Pocket
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Watch: Hillary Clinton Steadies Herself Before Going Down Stairs – Breitbart

After finishing a campaign speech in Fort Pierce, Florida, Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton grasped an arm to steady herself before going down the steps off the stage. After walking to the top of the stairs, she paused and pointed at someone. via Pocket
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Budapest (AFP) – Hungarians are poised to reject the EU’s troubled refugee quota plan in a referendum on Sunday, as fiercely anti-migrant Prime Minister Viktor Orban rides a populist wave across the bloc. via Pocket
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Obama implies he’ll be more vocal about issues after he leaves office | McClatchy DC

Many U.S. presidents, upon leaving office, try to fade from the national spotlight and live the rest of their lives as private citizens. President Barack Obama implied in a Vanity Fair interview that he might choose to go a different route. via Pocket
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