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Asked about Trump's remarks, Hillary Clinton told reporters between rallies in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia that she was done responding to what her Republican opponent is saying as Election Day nears and would instead focus on helping elect other Democrats.
On Saturday, an adult film actress said the billionaire kissed her and two other women on the lips "without asking for permission" when they met him after a golf tournament in 2006.
The Republican nominee vowed to lift restrictions on domestic energy production, label China as a currency manipulator and renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, familiar themes to supporters who have flocked to his rallies this year.
Though mostly a recap of policies he's proposed before, Trump's speech included a few new elements, such as a freeze on hiring new federal workers and a two-year mandatory minimum sentence for immigrants who re-enter the U.
Those die-hard Trumpsters just can't help themselves, can they?
I have to give credit where credit is due, the Trump surrogates who get booked on the cable news talk shows really are good at filibustering and pivoting segments to what they want to talk about. So it goes with Peter Navarro, an economic professor at UC Irvine and apparently the muse behind Donald Trump's economic theories (along with Larry Kudlow and Stephen Moore), who made his MSNBC debut on "PM Joy".
Host Joy Reid started the segment by asking Navarro if he was frustrated by the fact that the economic plans he has helped craft for the very low energy Trump were overshadowed by his Airing of Grievances in Saturday's Gettysburg policy speech.