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This Week on the Campaign Trail

This week in Detroit, Donald Trump once again attempted to reset his campaign with promises by his allies that he would “pivot” away from regular displays of erratic behavior and making divisive comments that demonstrate he is unfit to be president of the United States. But no matter how many times Trump’s allies promise that we’ll see a new Donald,…

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This Week On The Campaign Trail

 Yesterday, the July jobs report showed that 15 million private sector jobs have been created since early 2010, with 255,000 jobs created in the last month alone – more proof that Democratic leadership in the White House is the right choice to keep our economy growing.Happy Birthday, President Obama! The strong jobs report wasn’t the only milestone Democrats celebrated this…

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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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SCATHING REPORT: Snyder deserves blame for Flint crisis

Yesterday, the independent investigatory panel tasked with determining who failed the residents of Flint, Michigan, released its report, and the headlines speak for themselves. The bipartisan panel – whose members were handpicked by Rick Snyder, the state’s Republican Governor and consists of two pediatricians, a water expert, an environmental expert, and a former member of the legislature – did not…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview Last night, the GOP debate had a new tone, but the same out-of-touch policies. Without all of the yelling and name calling, the candidates actually told the voters what they would do in office, and it was terrifying. It’s likely that it’s too little too late for the GOP to stop Trump’s steamroll to the nomination. Take a lesson…

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Here’s what people are saying about last night’s #DemDebate

Unlike what we saw last week when the Republican candidates embarrassed themselves at their Detroit debate, last night both our Democratic candidates held a serious and substantive discussion in Flint about the issues that matter most to people across the country. Our candidates demonstrated they understand that economic challenges and public health crises like the one in Flint require national…

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What they’re saying about tonight’s #DemDebate

No name calling. No screaming over each other. And zero talk about hand sizes or other body parts. Unlike what we saw just three nights ago when the Republican candidates embarrassed themselves at their Detroit debate, tonight both our Democratic candidates held a serious and substantive discussion in Flint about the issues that matter most to people across the country…

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WATCH: “I think it sucked” – Michiganders react to GOP debate response to Flint

Last night, the Republicans held their presidential debate in Detroit, and it was a far cry of anything that exemplified leadership. The candidates spent more time on stage insulting each other than they did discussing the Flint water crisis or the children suffering from lead poisoning in the state. Republicans simply ignored the topic for the overwhelming majority of the debate…

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“Embarrassing.” “Disgraceful.” “Sad.” “Just so bleak.”

Backyard wrestling rings have hosted classier fights than tonight’s GOP debate in Detroit. This was an ugly night for Republicans and an ugly night for American democracy. Donald Trump has all but secured his party’s nomination, and he’s doing it with the support of every Republican on stage tonight, who committed to supporting him when he becomes their nominee. When…

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Rubio: Let Detroit Go Bankrupt 2.0

As Rubio stops in Michigan today after an abysmal Super Tuesday, he will channel his inner Mitt Romney, and wants to let Detroit go bankrupt – again. The Michigan press welcomed him to the Great Lakes State him with this brutal headline today: How Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio may de-fund Detroit MLive.com It’s become a conservative rallying cry to…

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