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‘Machado Meltdown’: The internet has a field day with Trump’s ‘sex tape’ freakout

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Donald Trump speaks to Fox News (screen grab)

After a relative month of calm, Donald Trump has gone back to his old ways this week after he lost Monday night’s big debate with Hillary Clinton.

On Friday morning, he went even further down the rabbit hole by telling voters to “check out” a nonexistent “sex tape” featuring former Miss Universe Alicia Machado.

Hillary Clinton quickly pounced on this and mocked Trump on Twitter for obsessively talking about about Machado over the past several days.

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Clinton wasn’t the only person on Twitter who mocked Trump’s early-morning Machado tweet storm, of course — below, we’ve posted the best online reactions to Trump’s latest epic campaign blunder.

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Here’s how The Christian Post ‘sold its soul’ to Trump — according to its former politics editor

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Political analyst Napp Nazworth watched as The Christian Post (CP) made its "gradual descent" from being anti-Trump to pro-Trump, often questioning whether or not he should jump ship from the publication. But what happened on Dec. 23, 2019, made the decision painfully clear.

"I was told by Michelle Vu, my boss at The Christian Post, to publish a pro-Trump op-ed as an editorial, meaning it was to express the position of the media organization," Nazworth wrote at Arc Digital. "'It can’t be an editorial,' I explained, 'because I don’t agree with it and I’m an editor.' Vu said she would call me back."

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Republicans grow increasingly nervous over potential loss of Senate seat GOP has controlled for decades

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Rep. Roger Marshall (R-KS) wants to fill the state's open Senate seat that been in the hands of Republicans since 1932, and was once widely expected to do so, but thanks to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, the seat is more likely to be a toss-up, according to the Washington Post's Annie Gowen.

Marshall’s Democratic opponent, Barbara Bollier, 62, is a state senator who recently left the GOP, and has focused her platform on battling the pandemic and expanding health care. Gowen reports that she has racked up a "record third-quarter fundraising haul of $13.5 million, and has raised a total of $20 million. Marshall raised $2.7 million in the third quarter and has a total of $5 million."

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‘Beyond cringe’: Rudy Giuliani buried in ridicule after Borat catches him with hands down his pants

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Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, who has been peddling videos of Hunter Biden taking drugs to right-wing tabloids, is now dealing with his own bombshell video footage.

The Guardian reported on Wednesday that “the former New York mayor and current personal attorney to Donald Trump is seen reaching into his trousers and apparently touching his genitals while reclining on a bed in the presence of" 24-year-old actress Maria Bakalova after being caught in a sting operation for Sacha Baron Cohen's new "Borat" film.

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