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Trump campaign withdraws support for white supremacist delegate

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Donald Trump’s campaign withdrew its support for a white supremacist as one of its California delegates.

William Johnson, the leader of the American Freedom Party, signed a pledge May 9 to support the presidential candidate as a delegate to the Republican National Convention in July. 251 more words

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White Supremacist Trump Delegate

Was his resignation as a Trump delegate for the Republican National Convention really with the intent of “doing what’s good for the Trump Campaign”? This man, William Daniel Johnson wants everyone, other than whites, immediately deported from the United States. 80 more words

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Trump Campaign: White Supremacist Delegate Was 'Database Error'

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — The Donald Trump campaign insists a white supremacist was included as one of its California delegates by mistake, and has been replaced. 273 more words

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Donald Trump's delegate ineptitude stumbles into white nationalism

What this delegate is a stumble then what the candidate did was a pie in the face. When Trump denied knowing who David Duke or what white supremacist are or the Ku Klux Klan he made his feelings regarding those disgusting subjects quite clear. 138 more words

As GOP Reconsiders Trump as Standard-Bearer, Candidate Retweets White Supremacist

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On the night that he swept the New York Republican presidential primary, showman Donald Trump retweeted good wishes sent his way from a white supremacist. 1,192 more words

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Commentary on recent events in Horrorville? Pt. 1

White Supremacist on the Bram Stoker Award Jury – #RileyGate2016

The last few weeks have rocked the horror fiction community.  David A. Riley, posted on his blog that he was a  juror for the anthologies category of the… 972 more words

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But do you mean it?

This past year I had the great honor of joining the HWA (Horror Writer’s Association). For a writer at my level, becoming part of an organization like this seemed like a great idea. 618 more words