The fun way to write about Wednesday night’s presidential debate would be to focus on the ridiculous number of hashtags and memes that were produced by caustic exchanges between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. 872 more words
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The American voter finally has confirmation of what we were thinking all along: Donald Trump doesn’t really want to be president.
All the evidence is there: He’s run a Dumpster fire of a campaign, and even though he managed to blow through 16 mealymouthed Republicans in the primaries while completely taking command of the Republican base, the moment he was catching up to Hillary Clinton last August, he self-destructed by going after a former Miss Universe, Gold Star families and his fellow Republicans. 1,061 more words
Donald Trump is in serious trouble with his own party heading into the crucial town hall debate against Hillary Clinton on Sunday night. Not because he denies climate change, threatens to nuke half the world, won’t share his finances, most likely didn’t pay taxes for 20 years, stiffed hundreds of employees, offers a safe haven to the Ku Klux Klan or worships a dictator like Vladimir Putin—or because of the numerous instances of sexism, racism and crude behavior. 959 more words
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The 2016 election’s first manufactured “October surprise” is a full-length investigative story from the New York Times about Donald Trump’s taxes. More specifically, the fact that after running up almost a billion dollars in losses and debts in 1995, Trump has likely not paid any taxes in almost 20 years. 812 more words
It went by pretty quickly, but we witnessed a watershed political moment during Monday night’s presidential debate.
When Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton called out Republica nominee Donald Trump for perpetuating a “ 858 more words