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Saturday December 21st, 2019 morning edition

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"Traditionally it's always been Republicans suppressing votes in places," Justin Clark, a senior political adviser and senior counsel to Trump's re-election campaign, said at the event.

It's going to be a much bigger program, a much more aggressive program, a much better-funded program.".

Asked about the remarks by AP, Clark said he was referring to false accusations that the GOP engages in voter suppression.

"As should be clear from the context of my remarks, my point was that Republicans historically have been falsely accused of voter suppression and that it is time we stood up to defend our own voters," Clark said.

Attendees included the state Senate's top Republican, Scott Fitzgerald, along with the executive director of the Wisconsin Republican Party.

Mike Browne, deputy director of One Wisconsin Now, said Clark's comments suggest the Trump campaign plans to engage in "underhanded tactics" to win the election.

"It's clear there's no law Donald Trump and his right-wing machine won't bend, break or ignore to try to win the presidency. »

Entertainment Weekly watched 'The Witcher' till episode 2 and then skipped ahead to episode 5, where they stopped and spat out a review where they gave the show a 0... And critics wonder why we are skeptical about them.

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Study finds liberals are more accepting of scientific facts — and nonfactual statements

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The study, published in Psychological Reports, found that more liberal college students tend to be more accepting of both types of statements compared to their conservative counterparts.

In the study, 270 college students were asked to rate their agreement with a series of scientific facts and nonfactual statements.

The researchers found that participants who were more politically liberal tended to agree more with the scientific statements, compared to participants who were more conservative. »