"I wasn't really sure if Hillary was going to be here tonight because, I guess, you didn't send her invitation by email. Or maybe you did, and she just found out about it through the wonder of WikiLeaks," Trump said. "We've learned so much from WikiLeaks. For example, Hillary believes that it is vital to deceive the people by having one public policy and a totally different policy in private."Man, if Trump had a nickel for every time he showed class, he'd be ... bankrupt. Get it? See what we just did there?
When the audience booed at that line, Trump said, "That's OK, I don't know who they're angry at, Hillary, you or I. For example, here she is tonight, in public, pretending not to hate Catholics."
The jeers from the audience were unusual for the event.
Gov. Pat McCrory's communication office directed state health officials to use the controversial language telling well owners near coal ash pits that their wells met federal standards despite objections from a state scientist, according to a deposition released Thursday.Is there any doubt, at this point, that McCrory is the worst governor in America? Didn't think so.
In her sworn statement, DHHS Communication Director Kendra Gerlach says language on state Health Risk Evaluation forms came "from the Capitol building," a reference to the governor's office.
Deputies with the Durham County Sheriff's Office said Eric Ray, 33, of 3212 Fayetteville Street was fatally shot in the 3700 block of Angier Avenue. He was walking hom from work at the time of the shooting, authorities said.5) Turns out Trump WILL accept election results ... well, kind of.
Authorities said there was no known motive for the shooting.
"I would like to promise and pledge to all of my voters and supporters and to all of the people of the United States that I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election, if I win," Trump told supporters here in his first comments since the final debate.To be fair, after being a giant smart ass, he kind of said he'd accept it when—oops, if—he loses.
"Of course, I would accept a clear election result, but I would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result," Trump said. "And always, I will follow and abide by all of the rules and traditions of all of the many candidates who have come before me. Always."Probably should have said that when your audience was, you know, tens of millions. Just sayin'.