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President claims without evidence that polling institutions 'suppress the numbers' against him
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Mega Millions Ticket Sold In Morgan Hill Matches 5 Of 6 Numbers; Winner To Collect Nearly $3.5 Million
One person in Morgan Hill purchased a California Mega Millions lottery ticket that matched five of the six numbers on Friday night's $1 billion jackpot drawing, a ticket that will collect nearly $3.5 mullion, according to lottery officials. The drawing was held at 7:45 p.m. Friday. The winning numbers were 15, 23, 53, 65, 70 with a Mega number of 7. The ticket that matched five of six numbers without a matching Mega number was sold at an AM/PM gas station at 18605 Monterey Road in Morgan Hill. The payout for the ticket is $3,404,526. Tuesday's Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be $1.6 billion. Copyright (C) 2018 by Bay City News, Inc.
In all nine tickets across the county matched five numbers but not the Mega Ball
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Primaries are sometimes driven by intra-party competition, but new numbers at least provide a rudimentary measure of how engaged voters are.
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Donald Trump Jr. is a proud son. When he heard the news of the economy surging to 4.1 percent GDP growth, he immediately took to Twitter to tout his father's achievements. "Incredible numbers," he wrote. "I remember when 'the experts' laughed about breaking 3 percent. Just because Obama never broke 2 percent doesn't mean that someone with great policies can't." Incredible numbers. I remember when "the experts" laughed about breaking 3%. Just because Obama never broke 2% doesn't mean that someone with great policies can't. Let's keep this going. https://t.co/05LyLBw22j -- Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) July 27, 2018 There's just one problem with Jr.'s claim: Former President Barack Obama did, in fact, break 2 percent growth on multiple occasions. There were 15 quarters during Obama's presidency when the economy experienced 2 percent growth or higher, data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis shows. Additionally, Trump Jr. is boasting that today's rate is the fastest since 2014's 4.9 percent growth -- which he may recall was a year when a certain other president was in office. While Trump Jr. crowed with delight over the 4.1 percent growth rate, economists have said that the high rate is likely not sustainable because it was aided by trade activity spurred by the current global exchange of tariffs. The growth is likely temporary, experts say, and will probably cool down to around 3 percent throughout the rest of 2018. The president's son might be less excited about that number when he recalls that 2015's annual growth was 2.9 percent. Summer Meza