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Friday from Cleveland: A special Washington Week EXTRA town hall

July 14, 2016
Just days before the Republican Party meets in Cleveland to officially nominate Donald Trump as its presidential nominee, Washington Week is in the Buckeye State to take questions from voters about the issues they care about. Washington Week EXTRA: Cleveland Edition airs Friday at 8:30 PM on many PBS stations and will be available on our website. Check your local listings.
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Donald Trump to Name VP Pick on Friday

July 14, 2016
Reid Epstein, Janet Hook | Wall Street Journal
Announcement of his Republican running mate to be made on Friday in New York, campaign manager says
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This is the last stand for the ‘Never Trump’ movement. Here’s what might happen.

July 14, 2016
Ed O'Keefe | The Washington Post
This is the last stand for the "Never Trump" movement.
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Hillary Clinton still has an email problem — and denial won't make it go away

July 14, 2016
Doyle McManus | Los Angeles Times
Donald Trump isn’t the only presidential candidate with credibility problems. The State Department’s inspector general delivered his report on Hillary Clinton’s emails on Wednesday -- and it wasn’t good news for the presumptive Democratic candidate.
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Sanders, Warren, Michelle Obama likely to speak on Democratic convention’s opening night

July 14, 2016
Abby Phillip, Dan Balz | The Washington Post
The Democratic National Convention is likely to open with a showcase of some of the party's biggest stars, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and first lady Michelle Obama, according to a source with knowledge of the convention planning.
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Top Republicans criticize Ruth Bader Ginsburg but don't back Trump's call for her to resign

July 14, 2016
Manu Raju, Theodore Schleifer | CNN
Donald Trump called on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to resign early Wednesday morning, joining an outpouring of criticism that is giving a divided Republican Party a fresh common target.
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