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Convention missteps renew concerns about Trump and governing

CLEVELAND (AP) — Donald Trump followed the script in his big speech to the Republican National Convention. Less than 12 hours later, he was free-form again, Trump being Trump, resurrecting a conspiracy theory linking the father of his chief rival from the primaries to John F. 788 more words


Trump convention speech draws 32.2 million TV viewers

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Nielsen company says an estimated 32.2 million people watched Donald Trump deliver his GOP nomination acceptance speech.

Thursday’s audience topped the 30.3 million who watched nominee Mitt Romney’s 2012 speech but fell well short of John McCain’s audience of 38.9 million at the 2008 Republican convention. 86 more words


Pennsylvania RNC delegates see Trump aiming for swing voters

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Seventy-one Pennsylvania delegates, plus alternates, spent the week in Cleveland, Ohio, for the Republican National Convention. The following is their take on Donald Trump, his nomination acceptance speech and other events of the week: 596 more words


Trump is the Republican Frankenstein come to life

I’m sure Trump’s Republican National Convention speech was a smash hit with the Hitler Youth.

For the longest, I’ve shied away from the comparison that others have been making for quite some time now, namely that the Trump persona bears an eerily frightening resemblance to Adolph Hitler. 922 more words

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Did Urban League Vendors Lose Money At The RNC?

As a member of the Urban League of Greater Cleveland, Ohio, small business owner Cheryl Weems jumped at the opportunity to sell her tasty walnut treats over four days at the Republican National Convention that wrapped up Thursday after… 545 more words

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Does Donald Trump Have Any Real Policy Plans?

For the past four days, Roland Martin has been asking Black Republicans about the specifics of Donald Trump’s plan when it comes to African-Americans.

If you’ve been watching… 461 more words

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Obama Offers Support For Germany In Wake Of Shooting

Friday, President Barack Obama pledged to provide “all the support” that Germany may need in the wake of the Munich shooting spree.

During a live address to the public, Obama said he was briefed on the shooting and that it was unclear what had happened. 114 more words

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