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The Washington Post has spent the past few months searching for evidence of that kind of personal donation, without much success. The Post has called 326 charities with connections to Trump, asking if they had received a gift of the nominee’s own money. http://benjaminmorganwire.denaliinstitute.org/2016/09/13/trouble-free-plans-of-interview-attire/Between 2008 and this May, that search turned up just one gift, from 2009. It was worth less than $10,000. DAVID DUKE HOGS LIMELIGHT ON DEPLORABLES FIGHT Donald Trumps campaign is capitalizing on Hillary Clintons gaffe from Friday when she labeled half of Trumps supporters a basket of deplorables, but continuing this line of attack also opens the door for the question: Who is deplorable? Well, that was a question that Gov. Mike Pence faced on Monday when asked on Special Report with Bret Baier if supporters like David Duke were deplorable. Although Pence has denounced Duke in the past, the Indiana governor said he would not engage in name calling. I dont play that game, he said. This set off a firestorm of criticism from Clintons camp. Former KKK leader Duke, however, was thrilled. The white nationalist leader thanked Pence in an interview for not participating in the absolute controlled media. Pence repeated his answer for not calling out Duke in a press conference on Capitol Hill today saying that he had repeatedly denounced Duke in the past and did not want his support or that of people who think like him, but he also did not want to start labeling people.
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12, 2016 Updated 5:15 p.m. 1 of 7 Melissa Miller, Los Al Unified director of Safety and Student Services, left to right, Carrie Logue, LAEF executive director, and German Guevara with Boeing, help unload the school supplies donated by the company. LOS ALAMITOS EDUCATION FOUNDATION 1 of 7 Children’s Hospital of Orange County has named Ryan Hansen as its new director of its heart institute. 1 of 7 Allen Boerner, president and chief executive of Granite Investment Group has joined the board of directors at the Boy Scouts of America, Orange County Council. 1 of 7 Bob Olson, the founder of R.D. Olson Development has joined the board of the Boy Scouts of America, Orange County Council COURTESY OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICAN, ORANGE COUNTY COUNCIL 1 of 7 Hayes Drumwright, CEO of Irvine-based POPin, has published his first book with Apress, Management vs. Employees: How Leaders Can Bridge the Power Gaps That Hurt Corporate Performance. 1 of 7 Rob Friedman, chairman and co-founder of Auction.com, has joined the board of directors with the Boy Scouts of America Orange County Council 1 of 7 Jeffrey Bucher has joined Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group as managing director and head of Transaction Banking Sales for the regional bank. Bucher, based in the bank’s Irvine office, is responsible for developing the transaction banking business, which covers retail banking, wealth markets, business banking, commercial banking, real estate industries, and more. WALLIS PHOTO LLC , WALLIS PHOTO LLC
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