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Daily Archives: July 17, 2016

Trump Blames Obama, Clinton for France Attack, Turkey Coup Attempt

Donald Trump blasted Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama on Saturday when he blamed them for the recent attacks in France and the coup in Turkey. Donald Trump on the France terror attack: "We've witnessed horror beyond belief" https://t.co/6OZtrfIwim https://t.co/wlZDaaeJ5m … Read More

Clinton Calls for Constitutional Amendment to Overturn Citizens United

Hillary Clinton said on Saturday that she will overturn Citizen’s United in the first 30 days of her presidency. “Today I’m announcing that in my first 30 days as president, I will propose a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United … Read More

Trump Campaign Solicits Illegal Foreign Donations Despite Warnings

Donald Trump’s campaign has decided to solicit illegal foreign donations despite multiple warnings from watchdog groups. The Hill reports: Foreign members of parliament from the United Kingdom and Australia confirmed to The Hill that they received fundraising solicitations from the … Read More

Actor Viggo Mortensen Backs Green Party Candidate Jill Stein

Actor Viggo Mortensen, a vocal supporter of Bernie Sanders, threw his support behind the Green Party’s Jill Stein on Saturday. Mortensen said he trusts Clinton “as much as I trust Donald Trump.” “I think she’s dishonest, and I don’t think … Read More

Trump-Pence Campaign Unveils New Logo

Donald Trump axed his new Trump-Pence logo after it received intense scrutiny earlier in the weekend. New logo + Pence now at DonaldJTrump dot com pic.twitter.com/uGQNYKGlok — Joshua Chavers (@JoshuaChavers) July 16, 2016 Trump email this morning. Did they kill … Read More

Warren Slams Trump and Pence as ‘Two Small, Insecure, Weak Men’

Elizabeth Warren criticized Donald Trump and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Saturday when she called them “two small, insecure, weak men.” She said Pence “is famous for trying to control women’s bodies,” and that the two Republicans’ “sexism” is “in … Read More