Clinton Leads Trump By 7-Points In New National McClatchy/Marist Poll

Many thought that after the 'deplorables' remark & after the collapse video, Hillary Clinton's poll numbers would take a major hit, but it doesn't appear that way. The latest AP-GFK  head-to-head poll has her leading by 6, she's leading by 7 in the NBC News/WSJ poll released Wednesday, and by 7 in this new Marist poll released this morning.

TPM reported:
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by seven points among likely voters in a head-to-head matchup, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll released Friday morning.

When third party candidates are added to the question, Clinton leads Trump by six points, 45-39, among likely voters, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 10 points and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at four points.

The last national McClatchy-Marist poll released in early August did not survey likely voters and instead polled a broader pool of registered voters. In that poll, Clinton led Trump among registered voters by 15 points, 48-33.

Disturbing Video Shows Toddler Trying To Revive Mom Who Overdosed on Heroin

Police in Massachusetts are looking to file child endangerment charges against a mother who apparently overdosed on heroin with her toddler beside her.

CNN has the video that was captured by someone inside the store--->

House Passes Bill Preventing Future Cash Payments To Iran


No doubt Obama will ignore this resolution also...

The House passed legislation Thursday night to prohibit the U.S. government from making any future cash payments to Iran, a response to the Obama administration’s recent transfer of funds to the country.

Lawmakers approved the measure largely along party lines, though 16 Democrats joined all Republicans in the 254-163 vote. Four of the defecting Democrats are in competitive races this year, including Senate candidate Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick and Reps. Brad Ashford , Pete Aguilar and Scott Peters.

House Republicans sought to use the vote to highlight a cash payment the Obama administration made as part of settling an arms deal made before the 1979 Iranian revolution. Under the bill, the U.S. government could not make cash payments to Iran until the president certifies Iran isn’t a state sponsor of terrorism.

“It is not in the interest of the United States to have the regime have cold, hard cash,” said House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.), the author of the measure.

Newt Gingrich: Hillary Clinton's Natural Instinct is Anti-Police

Newt: She's on the side of the protesters


O'Reilly: 'Unacceptable' Behavior in Charlotte

'You don't have a right to go on a rampage'

Bill O'Reilly in his "Talking Points Memo" Thursday night discussed the "deplorable" and "unacceptable" behavior from the Charlotte riots.

"What every responsible American should agree with is that you cannot break the law by looting, setting things on fire, harming people under any circumstances," O'Reilly said

Bizarre Video----> Hillary Clinton: 'Why Aren't I 50 Points Ahead?'

Hillary Clinton speaking during a video conference of the Laborers' International Union of North America, yells at the camera, saying, "Why aren’t I 50 points ahead" of Donald Trump


VIDEO-------> CNN Reporter Ed Lavandera Assaulted During Live Charlotte Coverage

CNN correspondent Ed Lavandera, reporting live from protests against police violence in Charlotte, North Carolina, was knocked over in mid-sentence Wednesday night.

Lavandera was describing the protests to host Anderson Cooper when a person plowed into him, knocking him to the ground. Lavandera quickly got up and told Cooper he was alright.

“We’re fine, Anderson,” Lavandera said. “Someone taking out their frustrations on me.”

VIDEO----> Audience LAUGHS At Charlie Crist When He Says He's Voting For Hillary Because of Her Honesty

Crist: 'The things I like most about her....'

A Florida audience offered Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist an uncomfortable reminder of what many Americans think of the Hillary Clinton — namely, that to call Democratic nominee for president “honest” is laughable.

Crist, who is challenging Republican David Jolly  for Florida’s 13th Congressional District seat, debated the incumbent Monday night. During the debate, Crist elicited laughter when he praised Clinton and specifically called her “honest.”

Trump Spokeswoman: Bush's Decision to Vote For Clinton is a 'Slap in the Face'

Katrina Pierson talks to Megyn Kelly about former President Bush 41 voting for Hillary Clinton at the 3:30 mark

A spokeswoman for Donald Trump slammed George H.W. Bush on Tuesday, following a report that the former president will vote for Hillary Clinton over the controversial GOP nominee.

"If it is true that some of the Bushes are going to be supporting Hillary Clinton, then I think it really offers vindication for a lot of the tea party goers who felt like Republicans were starting to govern as Democrats," Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson said on Fox News's "The Kelly File."

"The establishment is going to stick with the establishment," she continued.

Pierson remarked on a situation where "you have Republicans in a record number turn out for Donald Trump and you have former leaders of the party just essentially slap them in the face."

"Everyone is going to have to choose who best suits their values, and if Hillary Clinton represents George Bush's values then that's his prerogative," Pierson said.

North Carolina: Trump Trails Clinton in Early Voting

North Carolina, won by Romney in 2012, is a must-win for Trump to get to 270

bigstory.ap reported
WASHINGTON (AP) — Seven weeks before Election Day, the earliest numbers from advance voting for president show initial strength for Hillary Clinton in swing state North Carolina, good news for Donald Trump in battleground Iowa and a record number of requests for ballots in Ohio.

In North Carolina, a must-win state for Trump, more than 53,000 voters had requested ballots, and 2,939 had been returned, according to data compiled by The Associated Press. That's up from 47,313 ballots requested during a similar time frame in 2012.

Broken down by party, Democrats made up 40 percent of the ballots returned so far compared to 33 percent for Republicans. At this point in 2012, Republicans were running slightly ahead, 43 percent to 38 percent, in ballots submitted. Republican Mitt Romney narrowly won the state that year and it's difficult to see how Trump could accumulate the 270 electoral votes needed to capture the White House without winning North Carolina.

Clinton has sought to energize state Democrats by pointing to a voter ID law passed by a Republican-led legislature that was later struck down by a federal court as racially discriminatory. On Tuesday, the campaign also announced a new radio ad in North Carolina and other battlegrounds aimed at African-American young adults.