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Who Is the Real Donald Trump?

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It certainly behooves US voters to know the real Donald Trump. Tony Schwartz, ghost writer for Trump’s best-selling “Art of the Deal” has just come forward after 30 years with a ‘tell all’ … 628 more words


"Already Waist-Deep In Stench": The Most Corrupt Candidate Ever Is Donald Trump

Before his message was overshadowed by a scandal about his use of a white-supremacist image — a mistake that could happen to any candidate, really, so long as that candidate had inspired a massive following among neo-Nazis — Donald Trump was trying to make a point about Hillary Clinton’s corruption. 911 more words

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Trump Must Hate the Little Guy

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The Republican Party may rue the day they didn’t vet their presumptive candidate for President. The vetting can no longer just be about his overt and premeditated racism, or even his xenophobic wall building. 624 more words

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"Why Is Trump Upset?": It’s Because Cruz Is Schooling Him In The Art Of The Deal

Donald Trump prides himself on being able to bend arcane and unfair systems to his will.

Well, every system except one.

For years, Trump has been dogged by questions about his companies’ several bankruptcies, which are potential blemishes upon his business career. 750 more words

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Puerto Rico’s financial woes couldn’t be occurring at a worse time. While the citizenry is looking to the U.S. congress for real solutions, the legislators, experts, special interest agents and others are sitting around looking for the perfect non-existent solution. 1,314 more words


"Is Trump The New Boss Tweed?": Tweed’s Downfall Demonstrates Just How Fragile Trump’s Popularity May Be

George Wallace. Henry Ford. Hitler.

No, it’s not the start of a bad joke. These are just a few of the historical figures to whom critics are comparing Donald Trump. 860 more words

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The Bankruptcy Law and the US Constitution

The federal government enacted the Bankruptcy Law, as provided for in the US Constitution,  to protect and aid persons and businesses who find themselves trapped in a financial situation in which they can not survive without help. 35 more words

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