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Daily Archives: September 17, 2016

Trump: CNN Panelists ‘Mostly Losers in Life’

Donald Trump responded to accusations by CNN panelists that he “played” them during Friday’s rally, calling them “losers.” The Hill reports: Donald Trump on Saturday breathed new life into his long-running attacks on CNN, calling the network’s panelists “losers in life.” “[email protected] just doesn’t … Read More

Trump: Accusations of Racism the ‘Oldest Play in the Democratic Playbook’

Donald Trump believes that when someone accuses him of being a racist, it is because they are being instructed to by the Democrats. The Hill reports: Donald Trump on Friday attacked Democrats for leveling accusations of racism against him, calling … Read More

Trump Walks on Stage to Song From ‘Les Miserables’

Donald Trump started a rally Friday by playing music from Les Mis, in relation to an Internet meme regarding his campaign. The Hill reports: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump walked onto the stage at his Friday evening rally in Miami to a … Read More

Jane Goodall Compares Trump Debate Style to Chimpanzees

Jane Goodall has compared Donald Trump’s behavior with dominance-seeking traits she observed in wild chimpanzees. The Hill reports: Famed anthropologist Jane Goodall says Donald Trump’s approach to political debates is similar to chimpanzees performing dominance rituals. “In many ways the … Read More

Dem Senator to Trump: ‘Blood Will Be on Your Hands’ If Clinton Killed

Prominent democrats have issued public statements to Donald Trump, warning him that his “reckless” suggestion for Hillary to unarm her bodyguards could put her in a lot of danger. The Hill reports: Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) is accusing Donald Trump … Read More

Sanders: Back Third-Party Down Ballot, Not for President

Bernie Sanders wants American voters to support third-party candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein and to not simply see them as wasted votes. The Hill reports: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Friday encouraged voters in New York to back third-party … Read More