Chelsea Clinton and Kellyanne Conway just had a friendly Twitter moment. Seriously.

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Chelsea Clinton did possibly the most unlikely thing ever and came to the defense of Kellyanne Conway on Twitter on Friday.

It all happened after Conway was at the center of lewd remarks by Democratic Rep. Cedric Richmond of Louisiana. Richmond’s words drew outrage on Twitter and from politicians such as his own state’s governor, John Bel Edwards, who said “without question” Richmond should apologize. 

The controversial, some would say sexually suggestive language came during a fundraiser dinner with the Washington Press Club Foundation, during which Richmond attempted some sort of joke. Read more…

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This old Mike Pence tweet on Hillary Clinton emails is coming back to haunt him

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It’s been revealed that, while serving as governor of Indiana, Vice President Mike Pence used his personal AOL email account for official business. 

As The Indianapolis Star reports, the emails discussed sensitive matters and homeland security issues. It also reported that the account was hacked last summer. 

Many people accused Pence, who heavily criticised Hillary Clinton during the presidential campaign for her use of a private email server while she was U.S. secretary of state, of double standards and hypocrisy: Read more…

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Multiple agencies investigating if Russia paid hackers to undermine Clinton

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Six national law enforcement and intelligence agencies have for months investigated whether Russian government officials provided money to hackers in the United States, who then hacked Democratic Party officials in order to undermine the credibility of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, according to a McClatchy report published Wednesday.

The six agencies — which include the CIA, NSA, FBI, DOJ, the financial crimes enforcement division of the Treasury Department and officials who work under the director of national intelligence — have been reportedly digging since “last spring.” Read more…

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