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Donald Trump: We now have TWO opponents…

We’re not just fighting against Hillary Clinton…

We are running against the very dishonest and totally biased media!

It’s time to hold the media accountable for trying to rig this election against us.

All too often I’m asked about a “poll” put out by a liberal organization that says the American people disagree with our common-sense reforms to fix our country.

Since Day ONE, the media has written off this campaign. They said we were doomed.

But together, you and I proved the pundits wrong and ended up getting more votes than ANY Republican candidate in the history of our Party.

And you know what?

Every time I see one more biased report from the dishonest media, I’m reminded that we’re on the RIGHT side of this fight.

Hillary Clinton STILL can’t admit that she lied about sending classified top-secret emails and that she deleted 3O,OOO to cover her tracks.

Can you imagine if I set up a secret server, stored top secret information on it, jeopardized our national security, deleted 3O,OOO records, LIED about it, and then used the defense that my brain “short-circuited”?

The media would single-handedly destroy our campaign!

I’ve always known that the media was out to get Republicans.

But this campaign has opened my eyes to how truly biased and dishonest they are.

We cannot let the media get away with it. We MUST fight back.

3 arrested after a New Mexico officer dies in shooting at a traffic stop

A police officer is dead and three suspects are in custody after a shooting at a traffic stop in New Mexico, authorities say.

The shooting occurred when the unidentified officer pulled over a vehicle in Hatch on Friday, according to the Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Department.

“Another Hatch officer had just arrived at the traffic stop to assist the first officer when a passenger from the vehicle exited and fired shots,” the Sheriff’s Department said in a statement.

The suspects fled the scene and traveled southbound on Interstate 25, at times exceeding speeds of 100 mph, according to authorities. The responding officer tried to pursue them without success.

About 25 minutes after the initial traffic stop, the suspects excited at a rest stop, where one carjacked a red Chevrolet Cruze, authorities said.

The owner of the car was shot during the carjacking, and was transported to hospital, the Sheriff’s Department said.

Democrat Party worried another hacked email trove could surface before election

Democrat Party officials are bracing for the possibility that another batch of damaging or embarrassing internal emails, the kind that cost the party chairman her job on the eve of the Democrat National Convention could become public before the November presidential election.

That fear reportedly comes as officials with knowledge of a Russian cyber attack that targeted Democrat politicians and organizations told the media that the breach was bigger than first thought and exposed the private email accounts of party officials and groups including the personal email accounts of Hillary Clinton’s key campaign officials.

The apparent wider breach reportedly has prompted the FBI to broaden its investigation, and agents have begun notifying top Democrat officials that the Russians may have breached their personal accounts, the media reported.

An earlier release of emails just days before the party convention in Philadelphia cost Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz her job as party chairman, while party CEO Amy Dacey; chief finance officer Brad Marshall, and communications director Luis Miranda resigned last week.

Canada police kill suspect in an anti-terror operation

Police have shot dead a suspect in an anti-terror operation in the Canadian province of Ontario, media reports say.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) would only say “action had been taken” against a lone suspect.

Canadian media said police had raided a property in Strathroy, about 225km (140 miles) south-west of Toronto.

They named the suspect as Aaron Driver, 24, who was arrested last year for openly supporting so-called Islamic State on social media.

Arkansas deputy sheriff shot dead, suspect arrested

An Arkansas deputy sheriff was fatally shot Wednesday morning and a local police chief was injured while responding to a disturbance call.

Sebastian County Deputy Bill Cooper, who had been shot in the neck, was pronounced dead Wednesday afternoon at Sparks Hospital in Fort Smith.

A visibly emotional Sheriff Bill Hollenbeck described Cooper, a 15-year veteran and former U.S. Marine, as “dynamic.”

“He loved his job,” Hollenbeck told a news conference. “He could’ve retired years ago. He loved this community so much he stayed on.”

Deputy Bill Cooper was shot Wednesday morning.

Billy Monroe Jones, 34, was identified as the accused gunman and taken into custody shortly before noon, nearly five hours after the shooting at Jones’ home east of Hackett, near the Oklahoma border.

Parents of Two Benghazi Victims Sue Hillary Clinton

Parents of two of the four Americans who were killed in the Benghazi attack in 2012 filed have a lawsuit Monday against Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, alleging recklessly handling of classified information contributed to their deaths.

The case has been filed in the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia by Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch USA on behalf of Patricia Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, and Charles Woods, the father of Tyrone Woods, for allegedly wrongfully causing the death of their sons as well as for defamation and intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress.

The lawsuit suggests that Clinton’s use of a private email server contributed to the deaths of Smith and Woods, adding that terrorists were able to “obtain the whereabouts of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and thus the U.S. State Department and covert and other government operations in Benghazi, Libya and subsequently orchestrate, plan, and execute the now infamous September 11, 2012 attack.”

“Having used a secret private email server that we now know was used to communicate with Ambassador Christopher Stevens with confidential and classified government information, and which we also now know was likely hacked by hostile adversaries such as Iran, Russia, China and North Korea aligning with terrorist groups, it is clear that Hillary Clinton allegedly negligently and recklessly gave up the classified location of the plaintiffs’ sons, resulting in a deadly terrorist attack that took their lives,” Klayman said in a statement announcing the suit.

In addition to the wrongful death and negligence charges named in the suit, the parents also claim that Clinton defamed them in statements to the media, according to court documents.

“During her campaign for President, Defendant Clinton has negligently, recklessly, and/or maliciously defamed Plaintiffs by either directly calling them liars, or by strongly implying that they are liars, in order to protect and enhance her public image and intimidate and emotionally harm and silence them to not speak up about the Benghazi attack on at least four separate occasions,” Klayman wrote in his complaint.

Judge Says Amina Al-Jeffery Must Be Allowed To Return Home

Amina Al-Jeffery, the Swansea woman who claims her father has kept her locked up against her will in Saudi Arabia must be allowed to return to Britain, a judge has ruled.

Amina Al-Jeffery, 21, who was born and brought up in the UK, was taken to Jeddah in 2012 by her father, Mohammed, who said he did it to “save her life”.

Mohammed Al-Jeffery has denied the allegations at the High Court.

But Justice Holman said she had been “deprived of her liberty” and her father must facilitate her return.

Mohammed Al-Jeffery, who has dual nationality, says her father took the action against her will after she “kissed a guy”.

Delivering the court order, Justice Holman said Mohammed Al-Jeffery “must permit and facilitate the return of Amina if she so wishes to Wales or England and pay the airfare” by 11 September.

The judge said the fact that Amina Al-Jeffery was born and brought up in Britain until she was almost 17 was a “very significant factor”.

Her lawyer, Anne-Marie Hutchinson QC, said she has been unable to take instruction from Amina Al-Jeffery, who sent her emails in December 2015.

The case is being heard at the Family Division of the High Court in London

She said she had been “physically abused” and there were times when she had not been allowed to leave her room, meaning she had to use it as a toilet.

She described having her head smacked against the wall.

Mohammed Al-Jeffery denied his daughter wanted to return to England or Wales.

He said he put up a barrier partition to stop her running away because he was concerned for her welfare, which was taken down on the advice of the authorities.

He said he wanted to make sure Amina Al-Jeffery was safe and not being mistreated.

The court was told that in April he instigated legal proceedings against his daughter in Jeddah “seeking parental control over his child for the purposes of caring and supervision”.

However, legal documentation said the “two parties agree to a reconciliation”.

But Justice Holman said that meant if “she were to run away the police, far from offering her protection from her father, would put her in prison”.

Justice Holman said: “If Amina chooses to remain voluntarily in Saudi Arabia she must of course adhere to the law and culture of that society but the current constraint is denying to her the ability to be British and to live in Britain.

“It is true that she is currently present and habitually resident in Saudi Arabia, but that is due to her obedience to her father in 2012. She did not travel there of her own free will.”

He said Mohammed Al-Jeffery “voluntarily chose to live for many years in Wales, to education and bring his children up here… and to accept the constraints of the legal system of England and Wales”.

The court was told Mohammed Al-Jeffery’s wife, from whom he is not estranged, and several of his children continue to live in the UK.

Swansea West MP Geraint Davies has written to Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to demand immediate action over the case.

The former Swansea schoolgirl has been in touch with friends in the UK and asked them to contact the British Embassy to inform them of her situation, and has also sent a picture of what she claimed was the caged room her father had kept her in.

In a statement, the Foreign Office said: “We are providing assistance to a woman in Saudi Arabia.

“This has included visiting her and assisting her to speak to her lawyers in the UK as part of an ongoing legal process.”

Kate del Castillo Is Wanted By Mexican Authorities For Questioning About El Chapo Connections

Mexican authorities want to question actors Sean Penn and Kate del Castillo about Penn’s interview with drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, a senior Mexican law enforcement official stated.

Penn held a secret meeting with Guzman in October in a mountainous Mexican jungle, Rolling Stone reported. The interview took place three months after Guzman made a dramatic escape through a tunnel under his shower in a Mexican prison.

Kate del Castillo is now wanted by Mexican Authorities for questioning about El Chapo connections.

Matthew Trevithick Is Being Released By Iran

A fifth American, Matthew Trevithick, is being released by Iran, U.S. officials said today.

Senior U.S. administration officials described Trevithick as a student who was recently detained in Iran.

His release is not part of a prison swap that freed four U.S. prisoners in exchange for seven Iranians held by the United States on sanctions charges, the officials confirmed. The prisoner swap came after more than a year of secret negotiations, the officials said.

In addition, the agreement calls for Iranian officials to “continue cooperating with the United States to determine the whereabouts of Robert Levinson,” a U.S. official said on background. Levinson is the former FBI agent and CIA contractor who went missing in Iran in 2007.

Iran has denied holding him.