Trump Just Played NBC Hack Lester Holt at End of Debate… (VIDEO)

Donald Trump played NBC hack and debate host Lester Holt at the end of the presidential debate.

Lester Holt reached out to shake Trump’s hand and got dissed…

Holt openly shilled for Hillary during tonight’s debate….
Five Times Lester Holt Shilled for Hillary Clinton at First Debate

Trump did later come back and shake Holt’s hand.

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Lester Holt, Hillary overlook immigration

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An activist against illegal immigration pointed out after Monday night’s first presidential debate between GOP candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton that two of the three people on the stage overlooked the problem.

“While Donald Trump mentioned America’s serious problems with illegal alien gang members possession and using guns illegally, and the need to secure America’s borders, Hillary Clinton and the debate moderator (Lester Holt) remained silent,” said William Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC.

He pointed out that Trump already had speculated the issue would be suppressed.

“Large numbers of viewers were very disappointed that many important issues were excluded from this debate. The debate organizers and CNN know that if Donald Trump ever successfully contrasts his positions on illegal immigration with Hillary Clinton’s pledge to pass immigration reform amnesty for illegals, he would win the debate and the presidency,” said Gheen.

“The absence of discussion about our problems with illegal immigration, which won the primary for Trump, made this entire debate somewhat disingenuous,” he said.

Gheen described the debate as a “strike out” on the issue. The Clinton Foundation, Clinton’s email scandal and several other issues also were conspicuous by their absence.

Former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo writes in his “In Mortal Danger” how those in America illegally are demanding the rights granted to citizens.

Gheen said his group works for the full and adequate enforcement of America’s border and the immigration laws that are designed to protect American “jobs, elections, schools, hospitals, communities and lives from the negative impacts of illegal immigration.”

WND reported last week Gheen’s reaction when the U.S. government revealed it “mistakenly” had granted citizenship to 858 illegal immigrants from various countries that cause concern over national security.

“Don’t believe this is accidental,’ Gheen told WND Monday. “There’s no reason we should believe any of this is accidental. They are intentionally letting people in this country who are dangerous.”

The AP said the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general discovered the immigrants used “different names or birthhdates” to apply for citizenship with the federal Citizenship and Immigration Services.

The discrepancies simply weren’t caught because the applicants’ fingerprints were missing from databases.

Inspector General John Roth’s auditors told the agency the immigrants were from “special interest countries” that raise national security concerns in the United States or  from nearby countries with common immigration fraud.

Neither the individuals nor the countries involved were identified.

Roth’s report said “fingerprints are missing from federal databases for as many as 315,000 immigrants with final deportation orders or who are fugitive criminals. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has not reviewed about 148,000 of those immigrants’ files to add fingerprints to the digital record.”

It’s apparently because Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which is supposed to find and deport illegal aliens, didn’t add the fingerprint records in a timely way.

The report said two criminal cases were launched because of the mishandling of the information, but prosecutors would not even take another 26 cases.

But the report raised the specter that a number of the people “have acquired security clearances, jobs of public trust or other security credentials.”

AP said: “At least three of the immigrants-turned-citizens were able to acquire aviation or transportation worker credentials, granting them access to secure areas in airports or maritime facilities and vessels. Their credentials were revoked after they were identified as having been granted citizenship improperly, Roth said in his report.”

One of the individuals even has become a law enforcement officer.

“Obama has been providing almost direct access through illegal immigration,” Gheen said, “and Muslim refugee resettlement programs.”

The problem is that citizenship is a ticket to voting, along with the federal government’s determined war against any type of voter verification procedure.

“Our enemies are allowed to walk freely among us,” he said. “They can choose the time of their attack at leisure.”

Border Patrol agents have endorsed Trump, who has promised to build a wall on the border.

Former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo writes in his “In Mortal Danger” how those in America illegally are demanding the rights granted to citizens.

Politics – WND

Hillary Clinton And Mary J. Blige Just Released A Painfully Awkward Commercial

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Mary J. Blige may have just raised the awkwardness with their recent commercial which featured the singer serenading Secretary Clinton. You may remember singer/songwriter Blige from her guest appearance on season 4, episode 8, of the hit HBO series “Entourage.” The hit singer is a well known Clinton supporter, […]
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TRUMP: I Will Take the Admirals and Generals Any Day Over the POLITICAL HACKS

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Trump: …I do want to say that I was just endorsed and more are coming next week, it will be over 200 Admirals, many of them are here, Admirals and Generals endorsed me to lead this country.  That just happened and many more are coming and I’m very proud of it.  In addition I was just endorsed by ICE, they’ve never endorsed anybody before on immigration.  I was just endorsed by ICE.  I was just recently endorsed  by 16,000 border patrol agents, so when the Secretary Clinton talks about this, I’ll take the Admirals, and I’ll take the Generals any day over the political hacks that I see that have led our country so brilliantly over the last 10 years with their knowledge. OK.  Because look at the mess that we’re in.  Look at the mess that we’re in….

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BOOM! Neil Cavuto Just Busted MSM – Plays 2003 Interview with Trump Against Iraq War (VIDEO)

NBC hack and presidential debate moderator accused Donald Trump of supporting the Iraq War back in 2003.

Trump brought up his interview with Neil Cavuto in his defense.

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After the debate Neil Cavuto played his 2003 interview with Donald Trump from January 28th of 2003. Here is Trump –

Donald Trump: Well I’m starting to think that people are much more focused now on the economy. They’re getting a little bit tired of hearing we’re going in, we’re not going in.  You know, what happened to the days of Douglas MacArthur?  I mean he would go in and attack.  He wouldn’t talk.  I mean we have to, you know, it’s sort of like either do it or don’t do it….   Well, he’s [Bush] either got to do something or not do something perhaps.  Because perhaps he shouldn’t be doing it yet.  Perhaps we should be waiting for the United Nations.  You know, he’s under a lot of pressure.  He’s, you know I think he is doing a very good job but of course if you look at the polls a lot of people are getting a little tired.  I think the, the Iraqi situation is a problem and I think the economy is a much bigger problem.

Trump was right and Lester Holt lied.

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Lester Holt slammed as ‘3rd debater’

(HEATST) — At tonight’s debate, Donald Trump faced off not just against Hillary Clinton, but against moderator Lester Holt.

The game of two-on-one saw Holt ask no questions about:

  • Hillary’s emails
    Benghazi
    The Clinton Foundation

While ignoring these issues, Holt grilled Trump on stop-and-frisk, the birther story, his comments about women, his many bankruptcies, why he hasn’t released his tax returns — and a host of other issues the media sees as unfriendly to the Republican candidate.

Holt also repeatedly attempted to “fact check” on some of Trump’s positions, such as his claim to have opposed the Iraq War from the beginning. Holt interrupted Trump several times to interject, but rarely succeeded (and may have come across as weak and impotent).

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Hillary Clinton Just Said The Entire Country Suffers From Implicit Racial Bias

‘Lester, I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police’
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POST DEBATE POLL SHOCKER=> Hillary Takes 4th Place in ABC News Poll Behind Jill Stein, Gary Johnson

Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton in several post debate polls.

Trump leads Hillary Clinton 81% to 18% in The Drudge Report poll.
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Trump also led Hillary Clinton in the:
TIME Poll
Breitbart Poll
CNBC Poll

Voters clearly thought Trump held his ground tonight in the first presidential debate.

The ABC News poll is the real shocker…
Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton – and so do Jill Stein and Gary Johnson!
Hillary is in 4th place!
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.@newtgingrich just said “a historic victory for Trump.” NICE!

. just said “a historic victory for Trump.” NICE!

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Trump holds back on Clintons’ mistreatment of women

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Ever since he started campaigning for president last June, Donald Trump has not been one to hold back.

But near the end of Monday night’s first presidential debate, the Republican nominee strangely pulled his punches after Hillary Clinton attacked him for his past statements on women.

Clinton said of Trump, “This is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs, and someone who has said pregnancy is an inconvenience to employers, who has said women don’t deserve equal pay unless they do as good a job as men, and one of the worst things he said was about a woman in a beauty contest… He called this woman Miss Piggy, then he called her Miss Housekeeping because she was Latina. Donald, she has a name. Her name is Alicia Machado, and she has become a U.S. citizen and you can bet she’s going to vote this November.”

Given Trump’s history of hitting back hard, the audience may have expected a strong counterpunch.

However, after briefly commenting about Hillary’s negative ads and Rosie O’Donnell, Trump said, “I was going to say something extremely rough to Hillary, to her family, and I said to myself, ‘I can’t do it, I just can’t do it. It’s inappropriate, it’s not nice.’”

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“But she spent hundreds of millions of dollars in negative ads on me, many of which are absolutely untrue. They’re untrue and they’re misrepresentations, and I will tell you this, Lester: it’s not nice, and I don’t deserve that, but it’s certainly not a nice thing that she’s done.”

Trump’s mild response left Americans to wonder what “extremely rough” thing he was going to say about Hillary and her family – perhaps a comment about Bill Clinton’s past mistreatment of women and Hillary’s efforts to silence her husband’s victims.

But instead, the candidate known for getting down in the mud chose to take the high road at a moment when Clinton appeared to set him up to score some points.

Hillary for prosecution, not president! Join the sizzling campaign to put Mrs. Clinton where she really belongs

 

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FLASHBACK: Clinton’s ‘Super-Predator’ Comment Damages Her Credibility On Criminal Justice Reform

‘They are often the kinds of kids that are called ‘super-predators’ — no conscience, no empathy’
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Hofstra Debate=> Hillary Clinton Just Said ALL AMERICANS Are “Implicitly” Racist! (VIDEO)

WOW!
Hillary Clinton Just Said All Americans are “Implicitly” Racist

We’re all racists!

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Lester Holt: Do you believe police are implicitly biased against black people.

Hillary Clinton: Lester I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone not just police.

Good Lord!

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Former DNC Chair Howard Dean Calls Trump a Coke User During Debate (VIDEO)

Former Democratic Campaign Chairman Howard Dean called Republican nominee a coke user Monday during the first presidential debate.

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Howard Dean tweeted this out on Monday night:
Hat Tip Anne–
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It has been widely reported that Donald Trump does not drink or smoke.

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100% TRUE –> @realDonaldTrump is right – @HillaryClinton did call TPP ‘the gold standard’ #Debates2016 https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2016/live-updates/general-election/real-time-fact-checking-and-analysis-of-the-first-presidential-debate/fact-check-clinton-dod-call-tpp-the-gold-standard/?tid=ss_tw …

100% TRUE –> is right – did call TPP ‘the gold standard’ https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2016/live-updates/general-election/real-time-fact-checking-and-analysis-of-the-first-presidential-debate/fact-check-clinton-dod-call-tpp-the-gold-standard/?tid=ss_tw …

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Trump battles Hillary in ‘debate of the century’

By Chelsea Schilling and Garth Kant

In event that’s being hailed as “the debate of the century,” presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are facing off now in a “fight night” of epic proportions that could change the direction of the race for the White House.

The event, which is being held at Hofstra University just outside New York City, is expected to be the most watched presidential debate in all of history – with viewership predicted to reach more than 100 million. It began at 9 p.m. Eastern and runs commercial free for 90 minutes.

The themes of the debate, chosen by moderator Lester Holt of NBC News, are “America’s Direction,” “Achieving Prosperity” and “Securing America.”

Creating jobs

The debate opened with a question on American jobs and “income inequality”: “Why are you a better choice than your opponent to create the kinds of jobs that will put more money into the pockets of Americans?”

“First, we have to build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top,” Clinton said, promising jobs in infrastructure, advanced manufacturing, innovation, technology and small business. She also said the economy must be “fairer” with an increased minimum wage and equal pay.

“I want us to do more to support people who are struggling to balance family and work. … Let’s have paid family leave, earned sick days,” she said, promising free college and to “make the wealthy pay their fair share.”

Trump said: “Our jobs are fleeing the country. They’re going to Mexico. They’re going to many other countries.” He said jobs are going to China, which is devaluing its currency and “using our country as a piggy bank” to rebuild itself.

“As far as child care is concerned … I think Hillary and I agree on that. … But we have to stop our jobs from being stolen from us. We have to stop our companies from leaving the United States.”

Trump promised to reduce taxed from 35 to 15 percent for small companies.

“Companies will come, they will build, they’ll expand. New companies will start,” he said, adding that he would make smart, fair trade deals and implement a tax system that rewards work.

As far as creating tax incentives, Trump said, “Politicians like Clinton should have been doing this for years.”

As for how he would bring jobs back, Trump said, “The first thing to do is not let them leave. When they do, tax them when they try to sell goods in America.”

The U.S. economy has consistently ranked as the top issue for Americans this election. According to the Pew Research Center, 84 percent of registered voters have said the economy is “very important” to their vote in November. That’s likely because the economy is getting worse, with the country on track for a GDP growth of only one percent in 2016. According to the Wall Street Jounral, the anemic 1.2 percent growth rate in the second quarter of 2016 makes for an annual average rate of 2.1 percent growth since the end of the recession, making it the weakest recovery since the Great depression.

‘Could she be worried?’

The latest Bloomberg poll shows the lead Clinton held nationally in most polls through August has evaporated as concerns about her health, qualifications, scandals and temperament have caught up with her.

According to that national poll, Trump and Clinton are both favored by 46 percent of likely voters. When third-party candidates were included, Trump leads Clinton 43 to 41 percent. More than 70 percent of respondents questioned Clinton’s honesty, saying her “truthfulness” is “just fair” or “poor.” About 60 percent said the same of Trump.

A Quinnipiac poll during the same period had Clinton ahead 47 to 46 percent, but a Los Angeles Times/USC Tracking poll showed Trump with a four-point lead at 46 to 42 percent.

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Clinton’s Twitter feed Monday appeared “a bit manic and paranoid,” noted Michelle Malkin’s Twitchy website, which asked, “Could she be worried?” Clinton tweeted a quote from President Obama as a “reminder heading into tonight’s debate.” The quote stated, “You don’t grade the presidency on a curve.” She tweeted a New York Times quote: “Donald Trump is a man who dwells in bigotry, bluster and false promises.” She added, “Trump can’t win tonight’s debate by lying to the American people.” Clinton even held a last-minute mock debate on Monday, even though the real event was just hours away.

Clinton’s personal guests Monday night included billionaire Mark Cuban, who owns the Dallas Mavericks; Lauren Manning, a woman who was injured in the Sept. 11 terror attacks; Maxine Outerbridge, a single mom who survived domestic violence; Anastasia Somoza, a woman with cerebral palsy who attacked Trump at the Democratic National Convention; and Aleatha Williams, who reportedly was a pen pal with Clinton when Williams was only 8 years old.

At the first presidential debate, billionaire Mark Cuban exits a bus at Hofstra University alongside Jesse Jackson (Photo: Twitter/Jennifer Griffin)

At the first presidential debate, billionaire Mark Cuban exits a bus at Hofstra University alongside Jesse Jackson (Photo: Twitter/Jennifer Griffin)

Trump’s guests were Mark Geist, a survivor of the of the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya; Bruce LaVell, director of Trump’s National Diversity Coalition;  Karen Vaughn, Gold Star mother of fallen Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn; Gen. Mike Flynn, former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency; and Gen. Keith Kellogg, a Trump foreign-policy adviser.

Before the event, Clinton’s camp requested “special treatment for Clinton in the event that Trump tells lies from the debate stage,” the Washington Examiner reported. Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said, “All that we’re asking is that, if Donald Trump lies, that it’s pointed out. It’s unfair to ask for Hillary both to play traffic cop while with Trump, make sure that his lies are corrected, and also to present her vision for what she wants to do for the American people.”

When it comes to fact checking, an NBC staffer close to Holt told CNN, “Lester is not going to be a potted plant.”

The debate is likely to include discussion of subjects such as terrorism and national security, jobs, the economy, race relations and immigration.

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Terrorism and national security

Terrorism is a top issue this election season, and 80 percent of registered voters say it is “very important” to their vote in November. Monday’s big debate takes place only 21 miles from the scene of New York City and New Jersey bomb attacks by Muslim terror suspect and Afghan immigrant Ahmad Khan Rahami on Sept. 17 and 18.

The debate happens just three days after Muslim jihadi and Turkey immigrant Arcan Cetin entered a Washington mall and shot five people and only one week after Somali immigrant Dahir Adan allegedly stabbed 10 people at a Minnesota mall while shouting “Allah” and asking his victims whether they were Muslim.

The U.S. experienced 7,712 terrorist encounters in just one year – from July 20, 2015, to July 20, 2016 – according to a Breitbart report published Monday that cited leaked FBI data. Most of the “Known or Suspected Terrorist Encounters” reportedly occurred near the U.S.-Mexico border. States sharing a border with Mexico such as Texas, California and Arizona, saw the highest numbers of encounters.

Most of the encounters in Arizona involved Islamic known or suspected terrorists, both Sunni and Shiite, according to the report. Eighty-nine encounters were with Sunni Muslims, 56 with Shiite Muslims, 70 with “Other International Terrorist Groups or Affiliates,” and 52 were determined to be individuals linked to “domestic terrorism.”

Race relations 

The big debate takes place amid increasing racial tensions, as riots and protests have plagued Oklahoma and North Carolina in recent days after police shootings of black men. As WND reported, Tulsa, Oklahoma, police officer Betty Shelby, who is white, was charged with first-degree manslaughter after she was captured on video shooting Terence Crutcher, a black man who was unarmed. Shelby said she felt “threatened” by Crutcher and believed he was on the drug PCP and had a gun.

In a separate incident in Charlotte, North Carolina, this month, 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott, a black man, was shot and killed by a black police officer. Police say Scott had a gun and was ordered to drop it before he was shot. A photo taken by a witness appeared to show a gun on the ground near Scott’s body moments after the shooting. After Scott’s death, riots broke out in Charlotte for at least three nights, and a black protester was fatally shot by another black protester. Rioters also blocked traffic, set fires, looted a Walmart, chucked rocks and bottles at police officers, damaged police patrol cars and rampaged through downtown Charlotte.

Jobs and economy

Trump says his economic plan would create up to 25 million new jobs and a minimum of 3.5 percent growth over the next decade.

Trump says tax reform will stimulate the economy. He wants to “dramatically” reduce income taxes for everyone, simplify the tax code, give tax breaks for child care costs, end the estate tax, and cap business taxes at 15 percent. He wants to scale back regulations that hinder business growth, calling for a “temporary pause on new regulations and a review of previous regulations to see which need to be scrapped.” He wants to repeal the most burdensome regulations.

Trump wants to renegotiate trade deals he believes hurt the U.S. economy, such as NAFTA and the pending Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.

He wants to boost domestic energy production to stimulate the economy, and save the domestic coal industry. He also believes the repeal of Obamacare will help American businesses.

Clinton takes a less laissez-faire and more of a big-government approach to the economy. She wants to increase taxes by at least $ 1 trillion over the next 10 years.

She told the Daily News, “I would spend about $ 100 billion a year. And I think it’s affordable, and I think it’s a smart way to make investments … that will contribute to growing the economy.”

As for the energy industry, she is not exactly pro-growth. In March, she famously remarked, “We’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.”

On her campaign website, Clinton’s five-point plan promises:

“Hillary will fight to pass a plan in her first 100 days in office to invest in infrastructure, manufacturing, research and technology, clean energy, and small businesses.

“Make debt free college available to all Americans. Hillary will make college debt-free, and she’ll provide relief for Americans with existing debt by allowing them to refinance their student loans.

“Rewrite the rules so that more companies share profits with employees—and fewer ship profits and jobs overseas. Hillary will reward companies that share profits and invest in their workers, and she will raise the minimum wage to a living wage

“Make certain that corporations, the wealthy, and Wall Street pay their fair share. Hillary will pay for her economic priorities and avoid adding to the national debt by ensuring the wealthiest Americans and the biggest corporations pay their fair share.

“She will fight for equal pay and guarantee paid leave, two changes that are long overdue. And she will provide relief from the rising costs of necessities like child care and housing, while taking steps to provide Americans with greater retirement and health care security.”

Immigration

Trump’s staunch opposition to illegal immigration when he launched his campaign is the issue that vaulted him to the front of the pack in the GOP primaries. No one was more opposed to illegal immigration, and no policy proved more popular among Republican voters.

His plan has three basic components:

  • Build a wall along the border with Mexico.
  • End amnesty for illegal immigrants.
  • Enforce the existing laws on illegal immigration.

Early in his campaign, Trump did call for a “deportation force” to round up all illegal immigrants. He said, “they have to go,” but the “good ones” would be allowed to return. He has since modified that stance, saying that he now think it is best to figure out how to deal with all the illegal immigrants in the country, once the flow of border-crossers has been stemmed and the problem brought under control.

Trump has also called for a temporary suspension of visas to people coming from regions with a history of exporting terrorism and from areas where it isn’t possible to do adequate background checks.

“When I am elected, I will suspend immigration from areas of the world where there is a proven history of terrorism against the United States, Europe or our allies, until we fully understand how to end these threats,” said the candidate in a speech in June.

This is Trump’s immigration plan outlined plan in great length on his campaign website, along with some excerpts of some of the details.

Clinton’s positions on illegal immigration are, in nearly every respect, the exact opposite of Trump’s.

She is against amnesty and against enforcing the immigration laws on the books, as evidenced by her support of Obama’s executive orders suspending and overruling those laws.

Clinton also wants a 550 percent increase in the number of Syrian refugees admitted into the United States.

In June, she criticized Trump’s proposed pause on immigration from areas where there is a proven history of terrorism against the United States, saying, “What I won’t do, because I think it is dangerous for our efforts to defeat this threat, is to demonize and demagogue and declare war on an entire religion.”

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Kevin McCarthy Optimistic There Will Be No Gov’t Shutdown

‘What are you going to say no to in that?’
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Mark Cuban Admits He Lied – Never Had a Front Row Seat at Debate

On Friday media outlets reported the Clinton Campaign was giving Mark Cuban a front row seat to troll Donald Trump during the presidential debate.
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Mark Cuban tweeted about it on Friday.

Trump later responded saying he would put Gennifer Flowers in the front row to troll Hillary Clinton.

On Monday Mark Cuban admitted it was all a lie.
He was never given a front row seat at the debate.

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