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McConnell on Clinton: Intelligent and Capable; McConnell on Trump: Not Serious or Credible

On Sunday Mitch McConnell couldn’t say if Donald Trump was qualified for the presidency, but on Tuesday in an interview to promote his own book he described Hillary Clinton as “an intelligent and capable person, no question about it” and said that his working relationship with her in the Senate had been “fine.” About that Republican running for President? Turns…

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ICYMI: GOP Sen. Mike Lee Tears Into Trump on Conservative Talk Show

Just days after Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell couldn’t say if Donald Trump is qualified for the presidency, and less than two weeks after Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan struggled to defend his endorsement, Senator Mike Lee of Utah tore into a conservative talk show host who pressed him on why he hasn’t endorsed the GOP’s standard bearer. Senator…

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GOP Still Divided Over Trump

The divisions in the Republican Party over Donald Trump’s dangerous candidacy for the White House remain strong, with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unable to attest to the GOP standard bearer’s qualifications just a week after House Speaker Paul Ryan struggled to defend his endorsement and seemingly offering a wink and nod to those seeking a conscience clause to derail…

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Mitch McConnell Defers to 64% of Americans Who Question Trump’s Qualifications

Struggling to defend his support and endorsement of Donald Trump’s dangerous and divisive campaign, Mitch McConnell couldn’t answer directly on ABC’s This Week this morning about his candidate’s qualifications. When asked whether his party’s standard-bearer is qualified to be president, seek the presidency, McConnell refused, saying “That will be up I’ll leave that to the American people to decide.” WATCH…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

This was a big news week with some major shifts in the political landscape, but one thing never changes – Donald Trump is still only looking out for number one and no one else. Between his campaign staff shakeup and a trip to Scotland to promote his luxury golf course, we almost forgot about his dangerous plans for the American…

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Trump Once Again Focuses on Trump

With uncertainty in the world economy following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, Donald Trump saw yet another opportunity to focus on – and enrich – himself at the expense of others. In his press conference this morning, Trump didn’t talk about how this uncertainty could affect the retirement accounts of hard-working Americans or affect jobs here at home….

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Trump Failures: Scotland Edition

This week, Donald Trump will make his first trip abroad since becoming the presumptive Republican nominee, not to meet with foreign leaders or discuss his ideas on foreign affairs, but to promote his failing golf course in Scotland. This is not the first time that Trump has promoted his products or properties, including steaks, water, wine and hotels, during his run for the…

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Trump Still in it for Himself

Every day it becomes clearer that Donald Trump will find a way to enrich himself at the expense of others. Today, it became clear that Trump is using his own campaign to pad his wallet. According to the Associated Press, his campaign has spent $6.2 million on Trump products and services, roughly 10 percent of his total expenditures. For example, his…

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ICYMI: New RNC Hispanic Media Director Still Struggling to Support Trump

The struggle is real for new RNC Hispanic Media Director Helen Aguirre Ferré. Why? Well, in an interview with NBC-Telemundo’s José Díaz-Balart yesterday, she once again had trouble saying whether she supports Donald Trump, who has alienated Latinos by launching his campaign calling Mexican immigrants “rapists” and “drug-dealers” and recently saying a federal judge born in Indiana couldn’t carry out…

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Trump is the Problem, Not his Staff

DNC National Press Secretary Mark Paustenbach issued the following statement on news that Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, has been fired: “Corey Lewandowski is not the problem, it’s Donald Trump. It wasn’t Corey Lewandowski who called for a ban on Muslims entering the United States, it was Donald Trump. It wasn’t Corey Lewandowski who disparaged a federal judge born…

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