- 7:30 AM – Athens Police Chief Floyd Johnson
- 8:00 AM – AL.com’s Cameron Smith
- 9:30 AM – RNC speaker Jamiel Shaw
- Sometime this morning – RNC corespondent, Trump delegate, State Rep. Ed Henry
- Sometime this morning – RNC corespondent, alternate delegate, Andrew Sorrell
Alabama casts it’s votes…
For about 15 minutes, he laid out one indictment of Mrs. Clinton after another, asking the audience after each one, “Guilty or not guilty?” It was part red meat, part courtroom procedural, and with each query, “GUILTY!” rang through the hall, interrupted only by an occasional, “Lock her up!”
Even the New York Times finds all his statements to be true or as they put it “not necessarily false”.
Like many indictments, the facts presented to the Republican jury were sometimes selective: not necessarily false, but often ignoring exculpatory evidence.
Clinton responds by attacking Christie for an investigation where he did nothing wrong.
here’s a reason the two are similar, though – they have the same author.
Author and George Mason University law professor F. H. Buckley was the speechwriter for Trump Jr., he told Vox. The lines he used in Trump’s speech were his own and written for the American Conservative.
The clarification is likely welcome news for the Trump campaign which spent much of the day answering questions about Melania Trump’s use of words from Mrs. Obama’s earlier address.
The campaign denied Melania’s speech was plagiarized, issuing a statement saying “in writing her beautiful speech, Melania’s team of writers took notes on her life’s inspirations, and in some instances included fragments that reflected her own thinking. Melania’s immigrant experience and love for America shone through in her speech, which made it such a success.”
Who can’t get ID?
Gay commentator fears “radical Christians” more than radical Islam?
Can we get some Pokemon to Iraq and Syria?
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