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Trump blitzes into California for major $15M fundraising push, irritating celebrities, activists

President Trump sent liberal California activists into a tizzy on Tuesday, as he executed a lunch-dinner-breakfast-lunch fundraising blitz expected to scoop up $15 million from wealthy Republicans in the state in the span of just two days.

A firestorm among Hollywood elites erupted last month over the Emmy-week visit, when “Will and Grace” star Debra Messing suggested that anyone attending the fundraising events should be named and shamed publicly — prompting Trump to call Messing a failed actress dabbling in racism and McCarthyism.

The president’s undeterred push westward came a day after he headlined a fiery rally in New Mexico, long a reliably liberal state that the Trump campaign has hoped to turn red in 2020. Trump has been looking to find the next Wisconsin or Michigan — states that Democrats generally have won in presidential elections but that could surprise under certain conditions, as they did in 2016. Also on the Trump team’s shortlist in the new strategy: Nevada, New Hampshire and Minnesota.

California is decidedly not on that list. Nevertheless, Republican strategists said, the state could still be useful, even if not for its electoral votes.

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“There’s not been a president in living history that is as unpopular in the state of California as Trump,” said Mike Madrid, a GOP political consultant and outspoken Trump critic. “But, our money spends the same as everyone else’s.”

With protesters not far away, Trump kicked off his moneymaking Tuesday with a $3 million Bay Area luncheon, to be followed by a $5 million Beverly Hills dinner at the home of real estate developer Geoffrey Palmer. He’s expected to bring in an additional $7 million on Wednesday with a breakfast in Los Angeles and luncheon in San Diego.

Trump reportedly told Bay Area supporters that California is “a beautiful state, but that the system was rigged — the elections were not done fairly — and that it made it very difficult” for him to win, RNC committeewoman Harmeet Dhillon said.

California legalized ballot harvesting in 2018. Previously, only a family member or someone living in the same household was permitted to drop off mail ballots for a voter, but the new allowed anyone – including political operatives – to collect and return them for a voter.

Despite holding substantial leads on Election Day, many Republican candidates in California saw their advantage shrink, and then disappear, as late-arriving Democratic votes were counted in the weeks following the election.

“We were only down 26 seats (nationally) the night of the election and three weeks later, we lost basically every California race,” then-outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., told the Washington Post last year. “Point being, when you have candidates that win the absentee ballot vote, win the day of the vote, and then lose three weeks later because of provisionals, that’s really bizarre.”

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President Donald Trump boarding Air Force One in Albuquerque on his way to California on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

About 100 protesters lined the road about a mile from Trump’s luncheon site in Portola Valley, with demonstrators inflating giant Baby Trump and Trump Chicken balloons.

Trump, for his part, tweeted a cheery message as he departed New Mexico on Tuesday to fly to the state: “Just departed New Mexico for California, where we are delivering results!” The tweet included statistics about the state’s unemployment rate and job creation.

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Talking to reporters aboard Air Force One, Trump got in some fresh digs about the state’s problem with homelessness, saying, “We can’t let Los Angeles, San Francisco and numerous other cities destroy themselves by allowing what’s happening.”

He added, “The people of San Francisco are fed up, and the people of Los Angeles are fed up, and we’re looking at it, and we’ll be doing something about it.”

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, a Democrat, said in a Facebook video post ahead of Trump’s arrival that he hoped the president would work with the city to end homelessness. He said he had not been invited to meet with the president.

The mayor was speaking at one of an eventual 26 housing facilities being built to transition people from life on the streets.

“President Trump: we have to press pause on politics, confront the homelessness crisis, and save lives now,” Garcetti said. “I wanted to talk to him a little bit as if he had come down here to South LA to understand and to hear the challenges we face and ways that Washington, D.C. — instead of demonizing us — might be able to actually come and help us.”

Garcetti also pushed back on a Trump assertion in a July interview that homelessness was a phenomenon that began two years ago: “I’d like to reassure the president it didn’t start two years ago when you became president. It didn’t even start six years ago when I became mayor, but it is our collective watch and our collective responsibility to solve this.”

Earlier in the day, Garcetti sounded a conciliatory tone. “I know I’m just supposed to punch the president back, but if he is real about it, I’ll believe it when I see it, but I’ll also trust that he wants to save some lives as well,” the mayor said. “Certainly I do. We could do that together.”

Trump, in response, vowed action.

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“We can’t let Los Angeles, San Francisco and numerous other cities destroy themselves by allowing what’s happening,” Trump said aboard Air Force One. He said police officers on the beat have been getting sick and that tenants wanted to move because of the homeless problem.

California was seen as an incubator for the modern conservative movement that swept the state’s former governor, Ronald Reagan, into the White House in 1980. But, demographic changes and an influx of new residents have helped rework the political contours of the country’s most populated state drastically, with the former GOP stronghold of Orange County having more registered Democrats than Republicans as of this summer.

For Republicans, who have been resigned to political irrelevance at the state level, a donation to Trump could amount to its own form of protest.

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Los Angeles City Hall behind a homeless tent encampment along a street in downtown Los Angeles this past July. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

“By showing up to a fundraiser deep in the belly of the beast, one is saying: ‘I don’t care what the liberal politicians are saying and I want to show my support for him publicly,'” Dhillon said.

She added: “I sold $100,000 worth of (tickets), and I could have sold another $100,000 more.”

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California has long been a key fundraising hotbed for politicians of both parties, which have relied on wealthy industry heads and Hollywood to help finance their political ambitions. But, under Trump, the run-of-the-mill fundraising trip has taken on a complicating dimension because of his harsh criticism of the state’s immigration laws and its forest management practices, which he blamed in part for deadly wildfires.

Earlier this month, Trump fired back at Messing after she tweeted that attendees of the Trump’s California fundraisers should be outed publicly, following a similar push from costar Eric McCormack.

Trump tweeted back: “I have not forgotten that when it was announced that I was going to do The Apprentice, and when it then became a big hit, helping NBC’s failed lineup greatly, @DebraMessing came up to me at an Upfront & profusely thanked me, even calling me ‘Sir.’ How times have changed!”

McCormack later said he never supported blacklists, to which Messing responded, “I couldn’t have said it better.”

Last month, Trump took aim at the state’s massive film industry, calling Hollywood “very dangerous for our country.”

He added, “Hollywood is really terrible. You talk about racist — Hollywood is racist.”

That’s contributed to heightened security concerns surrounding the president’s visit.

Overall, Trump has continued to rake in gobs of cash over a year out from the November 2020 contest, with his campaign and the Republican National Committee pulling in over $210 million since the start of 2019, Federal Election Commission records showed. That’s more than all the current Democrats seeking to replace him raised combined during that period.

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A homeless woman throwing a plastic chair in the air in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he hoped President Trump will work with the city to end homelessness. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

The visit this week marked Trump’s fourth visit to the state during his presidency. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is expected to follow Trump to California, one day behind the president, with visits to San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. A senior HUD official said Carson would speak on a range of issues, including increasing the supply of affordable housing and promoting investment in distressed communities.

Meanwhile, a Republican congressman in California said Tuesday he won’t run for re-election next year, making him the 18th GOP incumbent to bow out of the House of Representatives now that the party is in the minority.

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GOP Rep. Paul Cook announced he instead will run for a seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors in 2020.

California has 53 U.S. House seats, the most of any state. Its Republican congressional delegation was cut in half during the 2018 midterms, leaving the party with just seven of those seats.

Fox News’ Andrew O’Reilly and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Trump, on offensive, hosts New Mexico rally, aiming to turn the state red

Just hours after New York City prosecutors went on the offensive by subpoenaing his tax returns, President Trump is set to take the stage in Democratic-leaning New Mexico on Monday night for a campaign rally that demonstrates his own aggressive tack going into the 2020 presidential election.

Trump’s rally in suburban Albuquerque is the first stop on a three-day swing that will also take him to California for fundraisers expected to raise more than $15 million. The county where the rally is being held, Rio Rancho, went to Hillary Clintonin 2016, if only by just 1,800 votes.

Trump is looking to find the next Wisconsin or Michigan — states that Democrats generally win in presidential elections but that can surprise under certain conditions, as they did in 2016. Also on the Trump team’s shortlist: Nevada, New Hampshire and Minnesota.

New Mexico has not tilted toward a Republican in the presidential election since 2004. Trump captured just 40 percent of the state vote in 2016.

Hillary Clinton fell short of a majority victory, with 48 percent support in a state she did not visit.

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Recent indicators have not been favorable fo the GOP. Last year, Republicans lost a House seat and the governor’s mansion. Last week, a congressional candidate went viral by taunting the president by name in an ad.

Rep. Ben Ray Luján, who is running in an open Senate primary to replace retiring Democrat Tom Udall, greeted news of Trump’s rally in New Mexico at first with mocking disbelief, and then with a tweeted string of stern warnings.

“Rio Rancho is in my district, and anyone who undermines the safety, security, or way of life of our communities, isn’t welcome here,” he wrote.

Still, campaign officials say a Trump rally in nearby El Paso, Texas, last February was well attended by female and Hispanic voters and travelers from New Mexico, suggesting that New Mexico is in play.

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Hundreds of people showed up early Monday to claim a place in line ahead of the evening event in Rio Rancho. Protesters, for their part, vowed to step up acts of civil disobedience and demonstrations.

Trump’s first visit to New Mexico as president drew visitors from Colorado, California and all parts of New Mexico, according to local media reports.

“This is New Mexico. A lot of people in New Mexico really like Trump because he’s fighting for them,” an attendee told local station KRQE-13.

Some observers, however, have their doubts.

“Bush had much higher favorable opinions by Hispanics,” said Lonna Atkeson, a political science professor at the University of New Mexico, who noted Bush defeated Sen. John Kerry 15 years ago by winning over large rural swaths of the state. “He was from Texas, not New York, and so he had more regional ties. … Trump paints a very different portrait.”

Among those waiting for the president in New Mexico is former CIA operative Valerie Plame, the top contender in a crowded Democratic primary race for New Mexico’s northern congressional district, which Luján currently represents. Plame noted she has a “few scores to settle” with the president in a swaggering new video that shows her speeding across the desert in a muscle car — in reverse — before spinning forward in a swirl of dust. The campaign advertisement’s accuracy was questioned.

The Trump campaign said that the situation on the ground in the state has changed significantly since 2016. In August, Vice President Pence declared New Mexico was back “in play” politically in a visit to the Permian Basin, a booming petroleum production zone overlapping portions of southern New Mexico and western Texas.

“We have the opportunity because of our fundraising and infrastructure to not only defend the states we carried in 2016, but to extend the map in 2020,” said Rick Gorka, a spokesman for a fundraising committee for Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee.

Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh said he believes the president’s standing has improved since 2016. He credited the economy, including the fact that Latino unemployment is at an all-time low, as well as the president’s stance on immigration enforcement.

“The most valuable commodity that we have as a campaign is the president’s time. And he will not travel all the way to New Mexico for a head fake,” Murtaugh said.

Gorka said New Mexico is a big part of that strategy, as are Minnesota, New Hampshire and Nevada.

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President Trump boarding Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base for his trip to Albuquerque on Monday. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump’s efforts in New Mexico will provide a test of how well his often-harsh rhetoric about immigrants will play with Hispanic voters, who comprise nearly 40 percent of New Mexico’s electorate.

Trump is likely to cite his efforts to boost oil and gas production in his bid to win over voters. New Mexico is in the midst of an oil-production boom that has boosted employment and spurred a state government spending spree from first-year Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on public education, roadway projects and tax rebates for film productions.

Lujan Grisham took aim at Trump ahead of his visit, describing the president as being demeaning to Hispanics and immigrants since being elected. She also said Trump’s policies had resulted in increased taxes for some New Mexicans.

Specifically, she has pilloried Trump’s border wall while withdrawing most National Guard troops from the border and suing the U.S. Homeland Security Department to recoup spending by local governments to shelter and feed asylum-seeking migrants released into southern New Mexico towns such as Las Cruces and Deming.

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Trump will stay in Albuquerque on Monday night, then follow up his rally by flying to the San Francisco Bay area on Tuesday for a luncheon fundraiser. He’ll then attend a fundraising dinner that evening in Beverly Hills at the home of real estate developer Geoffrey Palmer. He has two more fundraisers planned in Los Angeles and San Diego on Wednesday.

The fundraisers will benefit Trump Victory, the joint entity that funds Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee.

Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Beto O’Rourke hits Pete Buttigieg with expletive-fueled swipe over gun-control comments

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Beto O’Rourke launched an expletive-fueled defense of his call Sunday to ban assault-style weapons and impose mandatory buybacks of AR-15s and AK-47s while also pushing back at critics — including fellow 2020 Democrat Pete Buttigieg.

During last Thursday’s presidential debate, the former Texas congressman said, “Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15, your AK-47, and we’re not going to allow it to be used against your fellow Americans anymore.” Three days later, O’Rourke appeared on NBC News’ “Meet the Press,” where host Chuck Todd pointed out that there was “a lot of hand-wringing” about the presidential contender’s full-throated call on national TV for confiscating such rifles.

As O’Rourke had put the issue of gun violence at the center of his campaign effort, some fellow Democrats chastised him and were concerned that his statements may have made things harder for gun control supporters as they negotiate with President Trump on legislation to respond to this summer’s mass shootings.

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After Todd pointed out that some Democrats were hesitant to support such bans, O’Rourke responded, “I think this just shows you how screwed up the priorities in Washington, D.C. are.”

He then brought up the 22 people were killed in a Walmart in his hometown of El Paso last month.

“Talking to those doctors and trauma room surgeons who treated those victims in El Paso, they said these are wounds of war—that high-impact, high-velocity round, when it hit their systems, just shredded everything inside of them,” O’Rourke said on Sunday. “I refuse to accept that, and I refuse to even acknowledge the politics, or the polling, or the fear of the NRA that has purchased the complicity and silence of members of Congress and this weak response to a real tragedy in America.”

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Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” and agreed with Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., saying the clip of the former O’Rourke’s statement about AR-15s and AK-47s “will be played for years at Second Amendment rallies with organizations that try to scare people by saying Democrats are coming for your guns.” 

Buttigieg said, “Look, right now we have an amazing moment on our hands. We have agreement among the American people not just for universal backgrounds checks, but we have a majority in favor of red-flag laws, high-capacity magazines, banning the new sale of assault weapons. This is a golden moment to finally do something.”

Buttigieg went on to say, “When even this president and even [Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell are at least are pretending to be open to reforms, we know that we have a moment on our hand. Let’s make the most of it and get these things done.”

O’Rourke pushed back in a tweet: “Leaving millions of weapons of war on the streets because Trump and McConnell are ‘at least pretending to be open to reforms’? That calculation and fear is what got us here in the first place. Let’s have the courage to say what we believe and fight for it.”

He later tweeted, “When candidates say, ‘At least Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell are pretending to be interested,’ sh–, that is not enough. Neither is poll-testing your message. Gun violence is a life or death issue—and we have to represent the bold ideas of people all over the country.”

As O’Rourke made his call to take back the rifles on Thursday night, Trump warned at a Republican retreat in Baltimore, “Democrats want to confiscate guns from law-abiding Americans, so they are totally defenseless when somebody walks into their house.”

Trump promised that his party “will forever uphold the fundamental right to keep and bear arms,” which received loud applause.

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Trump and White House aides have discussed several gun control measures with members of Congress, including steps to go after fraudulent buyers and boost mental health assistance. A formal announcement on Trump’s plan is expected as soon as this week.

Fox News’ Ben Florance and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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O’Rourke claims Trump has ‘blood… on his hands’ after El Paso mass shooting

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Beto O’Rourke, who has aimed to rebuild his struggling campaign on a platform of confiscating firearms, declared Sunday at a rally in Plano, Texas, that President Trump has the “blood” of the 22 El Paso mass shooting victims “on his hands.”

O’Rourke specifically referenced a May rally in Florida — although commentators have disputed that Trump, in fact, endorsed mass shootings during his speech.

“At a rally in Florida in May of this year, the president was ranting and railing,” O’Rourke said, referring to Trump’s comments about illegal immigration. “He says, ‘How do we stop these people from coming here?’ Someone yells out, ‘shoot them.'”

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O’Rourke continued: “The crowd roars their assent. The president smiles and he laughs his consent. What the president of the United States is doing cannot be more dangerous. He has the blood of those 22 people in El Paso on his hands. And, the answer to this has got to be beyond defeating Donald Trump, as important as it is. It has to go to the root of this problem.”

O’Rourke went on to name white supremacy as an “existential threat.”

Video of the Trump rally showed that Trump started discussing a migrant caravan making its way to the southern border: “Don’t forget, we don’t let them and we can’t let them use weapons. Other countries do. We can’t. I would never do that.”

After someone yelled, “shoot them,” Trump smiled, shook his head, and replied, “That’s only in the Panhandle you can get away with that statement.”

The National Review’s Rich Lowry wrote that the president, in context, clearly was joking.

“Clearly, this is not meant as an endorsement of the statement, but a good-natured way to acknowledge its outrageousness,” Lowry wrote. “The idea that this shouted interruption, in the midst of a long Trump riff about how we need to make lawful changes to address the border crisis, somehow constitutes presidential incitement to mass murder is manifestly absurd.”

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O’Rourke has flip-flopped on the issue of gun confiscation. When he was running for the Senate last year in Texas, he explicitly opposed the government taking AR-15 rifles. But, during last week’s presidential primary debate, O’Rourke said flatly, “hell yes,” when asked if the government should confiscate AR-15s.

The former Texas representative later clarified that he did not anticipate the need for government agents to go door-to-door, because people simply would comply with the law voluntarily.

Last Thursday, Briscoe Cain, a Republican in the Texas House of Representatives, posted an incendiary message on Twitter after O’Rourke promised to take away citizens’ guns.

“My AR is ready for you Robert Francis,” Cain responded, using O’Rourke’s birth name.

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“This is a death threat, Representative,” O’Rourke wrote back. “Clearly, you shouldn’t own an AR-15—and neither should anyone else.”

Cain replied: “You’re a child Robert Francis.”

Fox News’ Andrew Craft in Plano, Texas, contributed to this report.

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Dr. Robert Epstein: Study claims Google reflected ‘very dramatic bias’ in 2016 election search results

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Google allegedly offered search results during the 2016 election season that manipulated voters in Hillary Clinton’s favor, according to researcher Dr. Robert Epstein.

The study looked into “politically oriented searches” from a “diverse group of American voters,” Epstein said in an interview airing Sunday on “Life, Liberty & Levin.”

“In 2016, I set up the first-ever monitoring system that allowed me to look over the shoulders of a diverse group of American voters — there were 95 people in 24 states,” he said.

“I looked at politically oriented searches that these people were conducting on Google, Bing and Yahoo. I was able to preserve more than 13,000 searches and 98,000 web pages, and I found very dramatic bias in Google’s search results… favoring Hillary Clinton — whom I supported strongly.”

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Regarding the specific results of his study, Epstein claimed the findings showed what he called a sizable bias.

“That level of bias was sufficient, I calculated, to have shifted over time somewhere between 2.6 and 10.4 million votes to Hillary without anyone knowing that this had occurred,” he claimed.

In response, host Mark Levin asked how such bias could materialize.

Epstein said people searching Google for politically relevant or election-related information will see search suggestions pop up as they type, and also see a number of top searches on the first page of their results. He claimed the alleged bias manifested itself largely within those two areas.

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“We now know that those search suggestions have a very, very powerful effect on people and that they alone can shift opinions and votes dramatically and then search results appear below,” he said.

“The point is if there’s a bias in them — which means if a search result that’s high up on the list, if that takes you to a web page that makes one candidate look better than another — if you’re undecided and you’re trying to make up your mind, what we’ve learned is that information posted high in Google search results will shift opinions among undecided people dramatically because people trust Google.”

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However, last month Clinton — the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee — criticized President Trump for citing Epstein’s study, claiming it has been “debunked.”

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“The debunked study you’re referring to was based on 21 undecided voters,” she said.

“For context that’s about half the number of people associated with your campaign who have been indicted.”

Clinton’s response was spurred by a presidential tweet highlighting the fact Epstein supported the former secretary of state’s candidacy and claiming Google should be taken to court.

“Report just out! Google manipulated from the 2.6 million to 16 million votes for Hillary Clinton in 2016 election! This was put out by a Clinton supporter, not a Trump Supporter! Google should be sued. My victory was even bigger than thought!” the president’s full tweet read.

Tune in Sunday at 10 p.m. ET for the full interview on “Life, Liberty & Levin.”

Fox News’ Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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Sanders, Warren avoid direct attacks during dueling events in ‘must win’ New Hampshire

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They’re battling for second place behind former Vice President Joe Biden in the Democrats’ race for the presidential nomination, but Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts – at least publicly – aren’t taking aim at each other.

That’s been the case since the two quietly met last December – before they launched their White House bids – and agreed not to take jabs at each other on the campaign trail.

It remained the case on Monday, as both of the progressive and populist standard bearers in the party refrained from criticizing each other while they both campaigned in neighboring New Hampshire, the state holding the first primary in the presidential race.

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“Bernie and I have been friends for many, many years, long before I ever got into politics, and I don’t see any reason that that should change,” Warren told reporters after being asked if she was going to end the non-aggression pact with Sanders.

And, Warren repeated another line she often has used, saying that rather than jabbing at Sanders, she would continue to “get out every day and try to meet as many voters as I can and talk about why I’m in this race, to talk about what’s broken, to talk about my plans to fix it and to talk about how I’m building a grassroots movement to get it done. I think that’s what voters want to hear – what’s your positive message.”

Warren’s campaign said it drew roughly 800 people to an outdoor house party during a rainy afternoon in New Hampshire’s Seacoast region.

About 90 minutes west of Hampton Falls, Sanders was holding a town hall in Peterborough. His campaign highlighted that more than 800 were in attendance, according to the fire marshal.

Earlier, Sanders marched in the Milford Labor Day Parade, the largest annual Labor Day parade in New Hampshire. He was the only candidate marching in this year’s parade.

Asked by Fox News if he was disappointed that none of his rivals joined him, Sanders passed on the opportunity to take aim at any of his opponents. Instead, he said, “ask them.”

Sanders – who crushed eventual nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary in what was basically a two-candidate race – then touted that “we’re going to spend a lot of time in New Hampshire. We did well in New Hampshire last time, but we’re not taking anything for granted.”

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Sanders – as he has throughout his second White House bid – refrained from calling New Hampshire a “must win” state.

“This is obviously a very important state, as is Iowa, South Carolina. We’re working hard. We’re going to do many, many rallies around the state, and I’m feeling pretty good,” he explained.

But, a veteran Granite State-based political scientist said the first primary state’s crucial to both candidates and predicted the gloves may soon come off.

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“New Hampshire is a must-win-or-place state for Senators Sanders and Warren,” said Wayne Lesperance, the vice president of academic affairs and a political science professor at New England College. “For both candidates, there is no better home-field advantage in the early states than the Granite State.”

Pointing to the upcoming third round of presidential primary debates, he explained, “With the end of summer, I expect we will see the end of collegiality between the two leading progressive candidates. The September debate should feature fireworks as both begin to look ahead to fall and winter in New Hampshire.”

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Former CIA officer calls James Comey’s handling of Trump investigation ‘horrifying’

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Former CIA officer Bryan Dean Wright said Friday that James Comey needs to be taken to task for his handling of the President Trump investigation.

“We had an individual that the inspector general report has now said an FBI director [James Comey] leaked information to force a public action; that is, the appointment of a special counsel,” Wright, a Democrat, told “Fox & Friends.”

“Not because the facts demanded it,” Wright continued. “But because he and his own partisan drive desired it. Now that’s horrifying. Not only was that horrifying for Donald Trump (but for) any other president that could’ve been elected in 2016.”

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A scathing inspector general report released Thursday said that fired FBI Director Comey violated bureau policies by drafting, leaking and retaining memos documenting private discussions with President Trump.

The Justice Department’s official watchdog concluded that the memos Comey kept were, in fact, “official FBI records,” and said Comey set a “dangerous example” with his actions.

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“The profound concern that I have as an American, forget Democrat or Republican, but especially as an agency officer, we have 35,000 employees in the FBI, tens of thousands of CIA officers, who have access to some of the most profound powers and knowledge in this country,” Wright said.

While the findings of the probe were forwarded to the DOJ, the department has declined prosecution, as Fox News reported earlier this month.

Wright said that he “fears” for the U.S. because of the “precedent” that someone can break the law and face no consequences for it.

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“What’s the consequence for their behavior? There is none; they get a book deal,” Wright said.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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Guy Benson: Attacks on Elizabeth Warren for past Republican ties are ‘a lame hit’

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Will the Republican past of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., hurt her campaign?

According to the host of Fox News Radio’s “Guy Benson Show,” Warren has cemented herself as a progressive and criticism over her past political affiliations likely won’t hurt her.

“I feel like that is a lame hit on her. I am not an Elizabeth Warren supporter or fan in almost any way but I’m not sure that’s going to work, saying, ‘oh well, she used to be, what, 30 plus years ago, a Republican,'” Guy Benson said Monday on “The Story with Martha MacCallum.”

Last week, actress Susan Sarandon apparently took a dig at Warren’s past Republican affiliations while introducing Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., at a campaign event.

“[Sanders] is not someone who used to be Republican,” Sarandon said. “He is not someone who used to take money, or still takes money, from Wall Street. He is the real deal.”

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Warren was a Republican until 1996 when the senator was 47.

Benson said Warren didn’t need to worry about being perceived as a conservative Republican.

“I think most people on the left, most people in the Democratic Party, recognize that she is for better — and I think usually for worse — a hardcore, often abrasive progressive,” Benson said.

The radio host also weighed in on the latest Monmouth poll that had Warren and Sanders in the lead with 20 percent each, and the former frontrunner Joe Biden slipping to third with 19 percent.

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As to why Biden dropped so much, Benson speculated that may be due to former vice president’s recent gaffes.

“Maybe the gaffes, maybe this seeming brain cloud and the fuzziness, that might be spooking some people,” Benson said.

Fox News’ Martha MacCallum contributed to this report.

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Republican 2020 challenger Joe Walsh: ‘I don’t know’ if I could vote for Dem to stop Trump

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Former Rep. Joe Walsh would not commit when pressed on Monday as to whether he would be willing to vote for a Democrat in 2020 in order to defeat President Trump.

“If it doesn’t work out, will you vote for the Democrat?” MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace asked.

“I will never vote for Donald Trump again,” Walsh, who formally launched his presidential campaign last weekend, responded.

“Will you vote for the Democrat?” Wallace asked again.

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“I don’t know, it’s the best honest answer I could give you,” Walsh said.

Wallace then told the ex-congressman she would vote for any of the 2020 Democrats or even “their automobile” to remove Trump from the White House and that it was the “only intellectually honest thing to do.”

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Walsh went on to suggest that he could be swayed into voting for the Democrat — but wasn’t there yet.

“Look, I’m a Tea Party conservative,” Walsh explained. “The Democrats’ ideas — many of them scare me.”

“But, if you believe it’s an emergency, it’s not about policy,” Wallace argued. “I mean, pay more in taxes if it means get rid of the crazy — that seems to me like the more intellectually honest place to go if you believe what you say.”

“I’m almost there — I am,” he responded, “because that’s a fight and that’s a better fight. I’d rather sit down at a table with Elizabeth Warren and talk about free college tuition. This guy is destroying the country. I agree with you. I could be brought there.”

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Walsh was asked later if he could support Sen. Warren, D-Mass., or Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., if either of them became the nominee, but he doubled down.

“I’m almost there, I can’t support Trump. I know you want a better answer than that,” he said.

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Hannity: Biden a ‘nonstop human gaffe machine’ who got a tepid endorsement from wife

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Fox News’ Sean Hannity questioned former Vice President Joe Biden’s electoral viability, saying the Democrat’s wife offered only a tepid endorsement of her husband.

“He’s supposed to be the experienced, confident front-runner in a crowded field of candidates. In reality, he is a walking disaster,” Hannity said Tuesday.

The host said Dr. Jill Biden’s appeal to voters in regard to her husband’s ability to defeat President Trump was underwhelming at best.

“Biden also received another glowing endorsement from his own wife. She told voters to hold their nose, swallow a little and make the sensible choice,” he said.

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“With enthusiasm like that from his own wife, I’m sure Biden has this nomination locked right down,” Hannity added sarcastically.

In remarks aired on MSNBC, Dr. Biden said Americans should be mortified by the incumbent president’s demeanor.

“You know we have to include everybody, our party has to be more inclusive, which means we have to go to independents and say ‘join us,’ we have to go to Republicans and say ‘OK, you’re a Republican, but you can’t tell me that your children are proud of the president, you know, of the things he says and, you know, as a mother or as a father, I mean, how can you be proud of that president as a leader?”

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She continued, “So yes, you know, your candidate might be better on, I don’t know, healthcare than Joe is, but you’ve got to look at who’s going to win this election, and maybe you have to swallow a little bit and say, ‘OK, I personally like so and so better,’ but your bottom line has to be that we have to beat Trump.”

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On his show, Hannity said Biden was part of a presidential ticket that was a disaster for the country.

“By now we all know that the Obama-Biden record — that was a complete and utter failure,” he said.

With enthusiasm like that from your own wife, I’m sure Biden has this nomination locked right down

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He added Biden’s proclivity to commit public gaffes is hurting his image, pointing to one example at a recent debate where the former vice president appeared to invite supporters to “go to” a text-only phone number as if it were a website address.

“We also know that ‘Joe 3-0-3-3-0’ — which meant nothing — he’s a nonstop human gaffe machine,” Hannity said.

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