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2016 Presidential Election

"Don't be scared, you are not alone, I love you, New York loves you, and we will protect you." From Signs of Hope: Messages from Subway Therapy.

Clinton said she is "letting her guard down" in a new memoir titled What Happened.

The US president responded to Donald Trump’s allegations of voter fraud during a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. “You start whining before the game’s even over?”

"Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks!" the Republican presidential candidate posted on Twitter.

The companies involved with the unaired show didn’t immediately return requests from BuzzFeed News to see any outtakes, if any were shot. Demands for the release of The Apprentice outtakes have grown since Trump was caught on a hot mic discussing sexually assaulting women.

Florida Governor Rick Scott’s office will not appeal the decision.

"I mean, c'mon, people!" he said during a North Carolina rally.

“It's definitely not as funny as I thought it would be, actually rather scary,” Neethi Bangalore told BuzzFeed News.

The New Jersey governor said that he would not defend the Republican presidential nominee’s comments but would continue to support him in the election.

“I don’t even know what I am doing with this stupid account anymore…” —fake Trump Twitter account.

The actor and former governor of California has voted for Republican presidential candidates since he became a citizen in 1983.

Trump's running mate released a statement after a video of the businessman making vulgar comments about women surfaced.

"It matters more than any single thing you're going to do in the next two years," the Avengers director and Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator told BuzzFeed News. "It is a heroic and necessary act."

"The allegations that he is [racist] are absolutely contrary to every experience I've had with him over the past 14 years."

Donald Trump is "directly opposed to the freedoms of our employees in the United States and around the world," CEO Jonah Peretti wrote.

Signers of the open letter, which opposes Trump's candidacy, include famous writers like Stephen King, Amy Tan, Junot Díaz, Michael Chabon, and Dave Eggers.



God bless the internet.

"Warm kiss is the new moist."

Let's make Twitter great again.

Or running for president. Take your pick.

The former governor of Florida's controversial comments in his 1995 book sparked a hypothetical debate on Twitter.

He might be a conservative, but the prime minister's message and tactics could be better suited to the Democrats than the Republicans.

The governor is spending a lot of time in the early primary state these days.

The former governor and Ready For Hillary surrogate is in talks to co-chair the board of Priorities USA with Jim Messina. Podesta's replacement.

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