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Daily Archives: December 31, 2016

Study: Sanders ‘America’ Ad Made Viewers Happiest

A Bernie Sanders’ ad has been rated the best campaign ad out of 1000 total ads, in a recent Vanderbilt University study. The Hill reports: Bernie Sanders’s “America” TV ad was the highest-rated campaign ad for making viewers feel happy … Read More

Trump-Owned Resort Sold Tickets to New Year’s Party With Trump

Critics of Donald Trump are saying that allowing Trump to sell tickets to a New Year’s event where he will be in attendance is a conflict of interest. The Hill reports: The private Florida resort owned by President-elect Donald Trump … Read More

Dershowitz: I’ll Leave Democratic Party If Ellison Becomes DNC Chair

Prominent Democrat Alan Dershowitz does not want Congressman Keith Ellison to become the head of the DNC. The Hill reports: Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz said Friday he’ll leave the Democratic Party if Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) is appointed the … Read More

McMullin: Trump ‘Siding With America’s Greatest Adversary’

Evan McMullin took issue with Donald Trump’s recent tweet, where Trump praised Vladimir Putin’s response to President Obama’s sanctions. The Hill reports: Former conservative independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin on Friday slammed President-elect Donald Trump for praising Russian President Vladimir … Read More

Trump Tweets: Happy New Year to My Enemies Who ‘Lost So Badly’

The Twitterverse is responding to Donald Trump’s recent tweet, where he wished a Happy New Year to everyone, including his adversaries. The Hill reports: President-elect Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted out a taunting New Year’s greeting to those who opposed … Read More

Trump praises ‘very smart’ Putin on sanctions response

Although allegations exist that Russia hacked the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump praised Vladimir Putin on Twitter. The Hill reports: President-elect Donald Trump on Friday lauded Russian President Vladimir Putin as “very smart” for not retaliating against the U.S. for … Read More