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Trump attacks former Miss Universe on Twitter

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>> All the negative reports about Donald Trump are literally keeping him up at night. More than three days after the first presidential debate, the Republican nominee still hasn't gotten over criticism he received for his treatment of an ex-Miss Universe he reportedly called Miss Piggy. Just after 5 AM Friday morning, tweeting that rival Hillary Clinton was duped by Alicia Machado, calling the former beauty queen disgusting and urging followers to check out her sex tape.
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Even earlier in the morning at 3 AM, he tweeted, anytime you see a story about me or my campaign saying "sources said," DO NOT believe it. There are no sources, they are just made up lies! Exactly which report he was referring to this time is unclear. The New York Times ,on Thursday, citing a confidant who said Trump was given a set of talking points by Fox News host, Sean Hannity, for the message he should deliver after the Orlando night club attack in June.
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Or a report from the Washington Post that his charitable Trump Foundation had not obtained the required certifications to solicit donations from the public, and that it could be ordered to return all the funds it raised. That report coming after New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman earlier this month confirmed his office had opened a probe into the foundation, but would not comment on the focus of the investigation or whether it was looking into its lack of registration.
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Trump has been accused of diverting donated funds to settle lawsuits against his now shuttered Trump University and to pay for a six foot tall portrait of himself. Accusations, he has said, are politically motivated.