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More Evidence that Donald Trump is too Dangerous and Divisive to be President

Yesterday, the Washington Post reported that white nationalists and so-called “racialists” are embracing Donald Trump’s campaign and celebrating his divisive and dangerous rhetoric that Trump is using to try to pit us against one another. Here’s a list of reasons why Trump’s campaign resonates with white nationalists: Trump hired Breitbart executive Steve Bannon, a man who has long trafficked in conspiracy theories, hate, and right-wing propaganda,…

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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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NEW DNC VIDEO: President Obama vs. Cruz and Trump on immigration

Today, as the Supreme Court hears United States v Texas, the Democratic National Committee is releasing a new video highlighting the differences between how President Obama talks about the contributions immigrant families make, versus Republicans Ted Cruz and Donald Trump whose rhetoric and policies are designed to promote fear of immigrants and tear families apart, hurting America’s national and economic…

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Trump at Home in Ryan’s Republican Party

As much as he tries to elevate himself above the chaos of Donald Trump’s campaign with pleas for political harmony, House Speaker Paul Ryan should know that the rise of Trump in the Republican Party is no accident. In fact, on issue after issue, Ryan and Trump are virtually indistinguishable, and that’s because their policies are the same divisive, dangerous,…

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DNC Statement on the House Republicans’ DACA Amicus Brief

“While Republicans in the Senate engage in unprecedented obstruction of a Supreme Court nominee, House Republicans are engaging in an unprecedented attack on DREAMers and their families. Never before has the House voted on filing an amicus brief with the Supreme Court, but it seems Republican leaders’ willingness to demonize hard-working immigrants who contribute to our economy knows no bounds. This…

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Did Trump Just Threaten War with Mexico Over His “Wall”?

This morning, the GOP’s frontrunner and standard-bearer Donald Trump was asked if he would be willing to go to war with Mexico, our country’s third-largest trading partner, to force them to pay for his wall along the southern border. You won’t believe his threat. Watch it for yourself here. BOB WOODWARD: If they say no, would you be willing to…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

 Overview  Last night’s debate didn’t fundamentally change anything in the GOP primary, but it did make one thing crystal clear: the Republican autopsy revealed that the patient is definitely dead, and the Republican presidential candidates buried it. The GOP candidates insulted each other on stage,  used hateful, divisive rhetoric, and proposed outdated, out of touch policies that would drag our nation…

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Save the Date – Day One Deportations from Republican Presidential Candidates

ImThe first day of the next presidency is just 331 days away, and from what the Republican candidates are saying on the campaign trail, it’ll be defined by the beginning of mass deportations – including of DREAMers who were brought to the United States through no fault of their own and have grown up here. Last night, feeling the heat…

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Trump may not be at the debate, but his ideas will be front-and-center

Tonight, the Republicans will gather for their next debate with one-catch: no Donald Trump. The reality show star who has lifted GOP debate ratings to new highs while sinking the national dialogue to new lows announced that he’s skipping tonight’s Republican food fight. But if you think that a debate without Trump means a more civil conversation, with real ideas about…

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