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Donald Trump picks up first endorsement from Mass. state representative

Donald Trump picks up first endorsement from Mass. state representative

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Tuesday picked up his first endorsement from a sitting elected official in Massachusetts, just a week ahead of the state presidential primary.

The billionaire picked up his first endorsement in the state from Geoff Diehl (R-Whitman), who is the first Massachusetts House or Senate member to endorse Trump publicly. Previously, the Republican state representative attended a rally for Mr. Trump at the home of car-dealer tycoon Ernie Boch Jr.

Massachusetts’ political scenario remains extremely unpredictable

Massachusetts’ political scenario remains extremely unpredictable

Massachusetts primary is less than a week away, but the state’s political scenario remains extremely unpredictable as both the Democratic and Republican races are still very much in play ahead of the contest.

The list of most notable contestants includes Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. Clinton has been endorsed by much of Massachusetts’ Democratic political establishment but high-profile Democrat U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has declined to endorse her. Warren hasn’t endorsed Sanders either.

Donald Trump Urges Americans to Boycott Apple

Donald Trump Urges Americans to Boycott Apple

Presidential Candidate Donald Trump has urged Americans to boycott Apple after the company opposed FBI order to unlock encrypted iPhone used by Syed Farook in San Bernardino shooting case. While Trump asked Americans to boycott Apple in a tweet posted by him, he himself used Twitter app for iPhone.

After Trump’s tweet, he was criticized in some media reports about breaking his own boycott of Apple. Trump later clarified on Twitter that he uses both and iPhone and a Samsung smartphone. Trump’s next tweet claimed that he will not use iPhone till the time Apple gives information to the FBI.

Forbes Claims Donald Trump Net Worth at Half of His Own Estimations

Forbes Claims Donald Trump Net Worth at Half of His Own Estimations

Donald Trump has once again taken on the popular business magazine Forbes for allegedly projecting his net worth at half the amount he claims to be possessing.

The magazine reported his net worth at $4.5 billion while the Republican candidate claimed that it originally turns out to be $10 billion.

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