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The three most important lines from The Times story on Russia’s election hacking

“The Trump campaign knew in advance about WikiLeaks’ plans.” “Every major publication, including The Times, published multiple stories citing the D.N.C. and Podesta emails posted by WikiLeaks, becoming a de facto instrument of Russian intelligence.” “Ms. Brazile even reached out to Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, urging him twice in private conversations and in a letter to join…

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DNC Response to Continued Push for Muslim Registry

For Immediate Release November 20, 2016 Contact: DNC Press – 202-863-8148 DNC Response to Continued Push for Muslim Registry  Today on NBC’s Meet the Press, Chuck Todd asked Donald Trump’s incoming Chief of Staff and current RNC Chair Reince Priebus about the Trump team’s proposed Muslim registry. Priebus responded, “I’m not going to rule out anything.” In response, DNC Communications Director Adam…

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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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OK, Chairman Priebus – we’ll accept your challenge

Yesterday on NBC’s Meet the Press, RNC Chair Reince Priebus said the following: “I think that you have to look at people’s actions. . . You look at Donald Trump and you look at his actions.” WATCH We decided to take Reince Priebus up on this. So here is a list of some of the actions Donald Trump and his…

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RNC Members “Terrorized” by Trump, but RNC Party Brass is “Absolutely” Okay with Trump as Nominee

Shot: Politico: Exclusive: RNC member urges party to rally against Trump “We’re almost terrorized …. ‘Shut up. Toe the line,”’ committeeman tells Republican colleagues in a closed-door meeting. Chaser: CBS Video: RNC: We’re OK with Donald Trump as nominee Reporter: “The Republican Party is comfortable if Donald Trump becomes the nominee?” RNC Spokesman: “Absolutely” Here it is in vine form:…

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Rubio and Republican Incoherence on Immigration

Fresh off delivering the Republican Party’s response to the State of the Union, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley slammed Marco Rubio’s position on immigration saying that he “believes in amnesty, which I don’t.” This is just the latest example of Republican incoherence on immigration and a setback for Rubio, who has a long history of distorting his record on immigration…

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What people on Twitter said tonight about the #GOPdebate

Tonight’s GOP debate was yet another disaster for the Republican Party—making it clear that not one of the GOPers has what it takes to lead our nation. The candidates stumbled from question to question, proving that their offensive rhetoric and backwards policy ideas have blinded them from having a substantive conversation about national security. Read what people are saying about…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview What a week it’s been for the Republican Party. In short, their frontrunner, Donald Trump, announced that he wants to ban all Muslims from entering the United States. That’s unconscionable, but just as unconscionable has been the RNC’s response. Instead of doing the right thing and strongly condemning Trump’s plan, all Chairman Reince Priebus had to say was “I…

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DNC Chair: GOP’s “mealy-mouthed” response to Trump is “outrageous”

DNC Chair: GOP’s “mealy-mouthed” response to Trump is “outrageous” Today on CNN, DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz called out the Republican Party’s “mealy-mouthed” response to Donald Trump’s plan to ban Muslims from entering from the United States. Click here for the video. Wasserman Schultz: “Our responsibility as Americans, my responsibility as the leader of one of the two major…

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The RNC’s cowardly response to Trump

At long last, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus mustered the courage to stand up to Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump over his unconscionable position that Muslims should be banned from the U.S. For six months, the Republican Party was willing to embrace Donald Trump’s racist, xenophobic, and extreme rhetoric, caving to his debate demands, tapping him for fundraisers, instructing…

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