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It’s Not Just Hillary Clinton​

Remember when House Speaker Paul Ryan – who still hasn’t shown the courage to pull his support from Trump – said that Trump’s attack against Judge Curiel was the “textbook definition” of racism? We do: WATCH Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse said that Trump’s comments about constitute “the literal definition of ‘racism.’” South Carolina Senator Tim Scott labeled Trump’s comments as “racially toxic.” South Carolina…

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Trump In His Own Words on Immigration

On CNN yesterday, Donald Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson said, “[Trump] hasn’t changed his position on immigration, he has changed the words that he is saying.” WATCH All one has to do is look at his record to know that his position on immigration hasn’t changed. Trump has doubled down on his divisive rhetoric and dangerous policy ideas and reinforced that he…

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DNC Reaction to Maine Governor’s Use of Anti-Gay Slur

“Yesterday, Hillary Clinton made a poignant call for Americans of all political stripes to denounce hatred and for Donald Trump to distance his campaign from hate groups. The same day, a Republican governor was shouting anti-gay slurs into a political opponent’s voicemail. The Republican Party has a lot of house cleaning to do if it wants to expand its appeal…

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Trump’s Phony “Outreach” Meeting

Donald Trump has built his campaign on divisive rhetoric, so it’s no surprise that his so-called “outreach” to AfricanAmericans and Latinos has largely consisted of playing to inaccurate and offensive stereotypes about communities of color in front of largely white audiences. Trump today met with African-American and Latino “fellows from the Republican Leadership Initiative, a Republican National Committee-run program” that…

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Shot/Chaser: China Edition

Shot: Today at a rally in Tampa, Florida, Trump said, “I’ve made a lot of money with China.” WATCH Chaser: A recent New York Times report found that Trump’s business partnerships have $2 billion of debt — some of which is borrowed from China.

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New DNC Video Hits Trump on His Divisive, Anti-Immigrant Comments

Donald Trump has made demonizing immigrants the centerpiece of his campaign from day one. After 15 months, Trump can’t just pivot away from his campaign’s xenophobic and anti-immigrant message – a sentiment he must have realized when he cancelled his major immigration speech in Colorado this week. Hillary Clinton and Democrats will work to fix our broken immigration system and…

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Trump’s Phony Outreach Campaign To African Americans Called Out

Donald Trump has recently been engaged in what his campaign considers outreach to the African-American community. However, many note these efforts are falling flat, citing Trump’s past record of stoking divisions. These moves include his birtherism claims about President Obama, cozying up to white nationalists and accusations about rigged elections. Here’s what people are saying: Trump’s History Undermines New Outreach…

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GOP Ex-IRS Commissioner: Trump Can and Should Release His Tax Returns

Unlike every other major party nominee for president in the last 40 years, Donald Trump is still refusing to release his tax returns. Trump has claimed he faces a pending audit as an excuse for not releasing his returns and once told an interviewer that his tax rate is “none of your business.” Fred Goldberg, former IRS Commissioner under President George…

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WATCH: New DNC Video: Breitbart Headlines

Donald Trump’s hiring of Breitbart executive Steve Bannon has brought his campaign to a new low. Breitbart is known for trafficking in conspiracy theories, hate, and right-wing propaganda. A new report by the Associated Press shows that Trump’s campaign staffers have expressed racially charged and hostile views on their social media accounts—complementing Trump’s divisive rhetoric on the campaign trail. By…

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