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Why Clinton's Fundraising Beats Trump's – Even in Republican-Dominated Industries

Clinton's fundraising far outpaces Trump's with industries that typically back Republican candidates, like finance and energy.

It turns out there are several reasons behind the odd disparity...

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Why Trump's Fundraising Lag Gives Him Unprecedented Edge Over Clinton (Yes, It's Counterintuitive)  

Donald Trump's fundraising lag behind Hillary Clinton, as opposed to the media's narrative, is actually a good thing.

In a bizarre turn of events, there's evidence that it's helping his image.

Here's what we mean...

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The Top 5 Corporate Donors of "Hard Money" for Election 2016

The top five corporate donors are giving major bucks to Republicans and Democrats this election cycle…

They're giving what's called "hard money" in support of the candidates.

Here's what hard money is and the top five corporations giving the most of it...

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The Top 5 Individual Donors for Election 2016

Wealthy donors for election 2016 have been very active promoting their candidates or causes.

So far in this election cycle, over $300 million has been spent by super PACs, political welfare organizations, and the candidates' campaigns.

Here's how much the top 5 donors have given so far...

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Mitt Romney: Pawn of the Anti-Trump GOP 

Boy, Mitt Romney is everywhere these days.

And he's on a mission to take down Donald Trump.

Here's a look at the former Massachusetts governor's efforts so far.

And how he's power-brokering his way to the RNC at the behest of presidential hopeful John Kasich...

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Was There a Secret Meeting on Jekyll Island to Stop Donald Trump?

Jekyll Island has played host to powerful men changing the course of American history.

After seven men met on the roughly seven-mile island in 1910, the Federal Reserve Act was passed in 1913.

At the beginning of March, a group of powerful politicians and tech titans from Silicon Valley met on this same island. And it appears Donald Trump was the subject of their conversations...

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[VIDEO] Hillary Clinton-Goldman Sachs Ties Summed Up Here Perfectly

The Hillary Clinton-Goldman Sachs relationship is closer than it should be, according to many voters…

The former Secretary of State has accepted Wall Street’s campaign donations and fees for speeches – according to CNN Money on Oct. 13, 2015, Clinton made $3.15 million in 2013 alone from speaking to Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, UBS, Goldman Sachs, and other firms. Meanwhile, U.S. investors want a president who can put an end to Wall Street’s constant market-rigging – not accept its support.

One little gem of a line delivered by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and directed at Clinton’s Wall Street ties made waves in the Democratic debate on Jan. 17. His apt way of describing this relationship has reverberated across the Internet since Sunday, in this viral clip...

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The Establishment Enlists George Soros to Take Down Trump, Cruz

Using George Soros as a mouthpiece, the Democratic establishment has pulled out all the stops to decelerate Trump and Cruz's increasing popularity.

The billionaire activist investor wrote an op-ed for The Guardian that ran yesterday, pleading for the public not to listen to the two leading GOP candidates.

But there are two hidden agendas at play - one benefits the Democratic establishment, and the other, Soros himself...

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Who Is Sheldon Adelson? He's the Man Who Could Decide Our Next President

Who is Sheldon Adelson? Today, all eyes are on the Republican Jewish Coalition's mega-donor who once dropped $5 million on a Newt Gingrich super PAC.

You see, Adelson's sway goes a long, long way.

Here's what you need to know about the octogenarian billionaire and why his support (and not just his money) are so important to the GOP candidates' success...

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The Hillary Clinton/Wall Street Relationship Has Never Been More Obvious

Hillary Clinton/Wall Street ties became an unintended highlight of Saturday night's Democratic debate.

It all began when rival presidential hopeful Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders took an opportunity to criticize the former secretary of state about her campaign contribution affiliations.

He might as well have handed Clinton her own shovel at that point and told her start digging...