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Richard Burr has his hands full. For the first time since he went to Washington 22 years ago, he faces a double whammy: a strong opponent and a bad year for Republicans. You can see his problem in the first

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If Donald Trump loses, he and Roger Ailes may well start Trump TV. They’ll outFox Fox. As James Carville said on Morning Joe, you can’t win an election with 40 percent, but you can make a bazillion dollars on TV

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Thank God for Trump. If the Republicans had nominated John Kasich or Marco Rubio, Hillary Clinton and the Democrats would be in trouble. Every week there’s another damaging story about emails, speaking fees or the Clinton Foundation. Another 14,900 emails

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Donald Trump was right. Somebody is trying to rig the election. It’s his party. In North Carolina. Dallas Woodhouse’s email is the smoking gun. He directed Republican election board members in all 100 counties to make “party line” changes that

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Every few days somebody asks, “How’s Governor Hunt doing?” Here’s your answer. Bill Kirby Jr. wrote in the Fayetteville Observer this week about Hunt’s appearance at a Tim Kaine rally: “You would have thought, from the audience reaction, that Jim

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Polls suggest that up to 30 percent of Republicans don’t want to vote for Donald Trump. They’re torn about what to do. Swallow hard and vote for Trump? Swallow harder and vote for Hillary Clinton? Vote for Gary Johnson, half

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On Sunday, Ned Barnett wrote in The N&O that the governor’s race is virtually tied. Monday, I blogged that Roy Cooper is significantly ahead. Question: Who should you trust? Answer: Neither. We don’t know what we’re talking about. Ned based

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A reader chided me for not writing lately about the NC Senate and Governor’s races. My excuse was that all the oxygen is taken up with “Trump said what today?” Then the Marist/Wall Street Journal poll last week showed Clinton,

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Another day, another idiotic outburst by Donald Trump, then another lame excuse that he was just kidding. But the Donald has raised an important question: Which American President is to blame for ISIS? It’s George W. Bush. True, Trump is

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Donald Trump is not some weird, one-time, election-year anomaly. He’s the logical product of a Fox News/Facebook society. Senator Susan Collins, a Maine Republican, put her finger on it. She said Trump is “unworthy of being our president” because of

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