In other news, leaked documents show lead paint producers donated $750,000 to the Wisconsin GOP, possibly in exchange for passing legislation to shield lead paint producers. These documents are from the "John Doe" investigation which a state court shut down before it could be completed.
Meanwhile, a pastor in Flint, Michigan interrupted Trump this afternoon and told him to stop attacking Hillary Clinton.
"Mr. Trump, I invited you here to thank us for what we've done for Flint, not give a political speech," Timmons said.
"Okay. That's good. And I'm going to go back onto Flint," Trump replied.
Trump was reportedly booed as he left the church.
Finally, we now know what happened to Trump's charity-funded, 6-foot tall painting of himself. He had it shipped to one of his golf clubs.