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Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks in Youngstown, Ohio, Monday, Aug. 15, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Trump issues his third public opinion poll: the ‘Stop Hillary Survey’

- The Washington Times

Honoring his vow to bypass the mainstream media and outwit the pollsters, GOP nominee Donald Trump has issued his third public poll on Friday, this one simply titled “The Stop Hillary Survey.” Like the two polls issued earlier in the week, this one offers 30 questions for the respondents and was organized by Team Trump, a joint organization composed of Donald J. Trump for President and the Republican National Committee.

Melania Trump (Lucien Capehart/Special to The Washington Times)

Democrats demand immigration records for Melania Trump

- The Washington Times

Democrats demanded Thursday that the government release Melania Trump’s immigration file after news reports and at least one prominent immigration lawyer raised questions about whether the wife of the Republican presidential nominee followed the law in entering and working in the U.S.

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Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology John Holdren. **FILE**

Next president shouldn't be a mad scientist

The next president should take a dramatic step to show that science is truly important to policy-making and good governance. The best way to do that? Abolish the White House Office of Science and Technology.

Voters this election cycle don't seem to be making their decisions based on a candidate's honesty and trustworthiness, surveys and exit polling data show, and many seem willing to back Hillary Clinton even though they harbor deep doubts about her character. (Associated Press).

Honesty issues aside, voters still back Hillary Clinton, poll show

- The Washington Times

Hillary Clinton's honesty problem may end up not being much of a problem at all. Voters this election cycle don't seem to be making their decisions based on a candidate's honesty and trustworthiness, surveys and exit polling data show, and many seem willing to back Mrs. Clinton even though they harbor deep doubts about her character.

Rep. David Jolly, R-Fla., answers questions from reporters, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, June 14, 2016, after members of the House of Representatives received a closed intelligence briefing from FBI Director James Comey and Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson on the mass shooting at an LGBT club in Orlando. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

David Jolly, Florida Republican, to forego Senate run: report

- The Washington Times

Rep. David Jolly announced Friday that he will forgo a bid for the U.S. Senate, and instead seek re-election to his House seat in Florida -- a decision that will increase speculation that Sen. Marco Rubio has had a change of heart and plans to seek re-election to a seat that could decide whether Senate Republicans retain their majority.

FILE - This Sept. 19, 2013 file photo shows actor and former NFL player Terry Crews in New York. Mr. Crews could star in anti-Trump TV ads written by Etan Cohen and Mike Judge, reprising his 2006 "Idiocracy" role as President Camacho. (Photo by Dan Hallman/Invision/AP, File)

Creators of 'Idiocracy' write anti-Trump ads to star Terry Crews

- The Washington Times

BuzzFeed reported Friday that Etan Cohen and Mike Judge, the creators of "Idiocracy," have written a series of anti-Trump TV ads to star Terry Crews who played a wrestler-turned-U.S. president in the 2006 satirical movie about a dumbed-down America some 500 years into the future.