What We’re Reading July 28, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Thursday, July 28, 2016:

Trending: What’s Wrong with Liberals?

A “refugee” from Eritrea raped a 79-year-old woman while she was at a cemetery, visiting her sister’s grave.

Knife control? “Knives Have Replaced Guns and Explosives in Most Recent European Terror Attacks

National security Democrats concerned the convention hasn’t touched on the subject of terrorism yet. Apparently, most of the convention so far has been music performances and other kinds of entertainment.

Trump takes a 7-point lead over Hillary.

Muslim man angry over delayed flight beats up two cops in Frankfurt, Germany.

Turkey coup drama:  “Turkey has dismissed nearly 1,700 military personnel and closed more than 130 media outlets, official sources said on Wednesday, amid a deepening crackdown that has stirred alarm among Ankara’s NATO allies following this month’s failed coup.”

Juanita Broaddrick says she was raped twice by Bill Clinton.

The media hounds Trump’s daughter about how her dad treats women, but they wouldn’t dare ask the same questions of Chelsea about her dad.

John Hinckley, Jr. released 35 years after attempting to assassinate President Reagan.

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