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Trumpworld Congratulates Paul Ryan on his Election as Speaker

The President-Elect and his right hand Steve Bannon send their regards: Trump on Ryan: “A Very weak and ineffective leader.” Trump on Ryan: “A man who doesn’t know how to win (Including failed run four years ago).” Trump in May 2016: “I Am Not Ready To Support Speaker Ryan’s Agenda.” Trump on Ryan’s Medicare plan: “One Of The Dumbest Things I’ve…

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Republicans: You Own This

MEMO: Republicans: You Own This From: DNC Communications Director Adam Hodge To: Interested Parties Donald Trump’s shockingly offensive comments about women, which he made when he was nearly 60 years old, are the latest addition to a resumé filled with disparaging taunts against communities of color, insults directed at women, and appeals to the right-wing fringe. What’s almost as shocking…

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Denouncing isn’t enough.

Donald Trump’s disgusting comments about women that were revealed today demonstrate exactly who Donald Trump is—a candidate unfit for the White House. But denouncing Trump’s obviously disgusting comments is not enough. The remaining question is whether Republicans will continue to support his candidacy and call him a role model. Trump’s abhorrent comments are not a one-off. From calling women “fat pigs”…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

This week we celebrated the anniversary of Women’s Equality Day, the day when the 19th Amendment was certified, affirming women’s right to vote. The anniversary is a reminder of the progress our country has made when it comes to the treatment of women, and an opportunity to rededicate ourselves to the unfinished work of fighting for full equality. This also marked…

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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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No End in Sight for Trump-Led Chaos

Donald Trump’s woes are only worsening. His disrespectful comments about a Gold Star family and other repeated missteps are leading many in the GOP to question his fitness for office. He is losing support amongst political allies that are critical to sustaining an effective campaign. Buzzfeed: Trump Isn’t Going To Change And Republicans Know That. “There will be no pivot. Interventions will fail….

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This Morning: Trump and Congressional Republicans

This morning Donald Trump will again try to rally Republicans in Congress around his divisive campaign for President. Trump still faces strong criticism from members of his own party who have denounced his reckless rhetoric that only divides our country and makes us less safe. They know he lacks the judgment or the temperament to occupy the Oval Office. Trump…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

As Americans across the country prepare to celebrate our independence this holiday weekend, we also celebrate the 52nd anniversary of the Civil Rights Act – landmark legislation that carried our nation one step closer to fully realizing the profound promise in our Declaration of Independence that we are all created equal. The law expanded voting rights, made discrimination based on…

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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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