• Trump bashes 'rigged' election (and Saturday Night Live)

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    Donald Trump on Saturday challenged his rival Hillary Clinton to a drug test before their next debate, suggesting his Democratic rival was "pumped up" on performance-enhancing drugs in a stunning new twist to the brutal White House race. " Hillary Clinton should have been prosecuted and should be in jail", he added. While Hillary Clinton appears to have paths to the total needed for election without OH, the state's 20 votes are considered crucial for Trump.
  • Orban Suffers Setback in Hungarian Vote on EU Refugee Policy

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    With one day to go before a government-sponsored anti-migrant referendum in Hungary , Prime Minister Viktor Orban wrote a lengthy article appearing in Saturday's conservative daily Magyar Idok. Critics slammed the government for asking a leading question and whipping up xenophobia despite the lack of asylum-seekers in Hungary . Opposition parties and rights groups held a series of small protests in Budapest ahead of the vote.
  • Missiles from Yemen hit near United States destroyer

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    The type of missiles fired at the Mason is still being assessed but Davis characterized the missiles as "a shore-launched cruise missile". A couple of missiles landed close to the U.S. The attempted strike on the USS Mason came just a week after a United Arab Emirates vessel was attacked by Houthis and suggests growing risks to the USA military from Yemen's conflict.
  • Trump calls for drug testing Clinton before next debate

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    A FiveThirtyEight.com analysis of polling data shows Clinton up by 4 points in Florida , 7 points in Pennsylvania and 2 points in Ohio. At the time, The Washington Post had reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was looking into the security of the server and drive.
  • Paul Ryan Rejects Donald Trump's Claims of 'Rigged' Election System

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    Voting was to be encouraged and not "dismissed or undermined because a candidate is afraid he's going to lose", Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said. The Obamas both seized on Mr Trump's words, captured in a video released last week, bragging about kissing and groping women. His personal attacks on Clinton have increased lately, with he previously calling her "Crooked Hillary" and that he would send her to jail if he was elected president in the election on November 8.