“Trump’s history of flippant misogyny”


WASHING POST

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About Lies, lies, lies . . .Donald Trump


“Pimps, Prostitutes, Drug Dealers and the GOP’s Colorblind America”


THE NATION

Stage hands prepare for the South Carolina Republican presidential candidates debate in Myrtle Beach January 16, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) - RTR2WE58

Stage hands prepare for the South Carolina Republican presidential candidates debate in Myrtle Beach January 16, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES – Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) – RTR2WE58

“Donald Trump Booed During GOP Debate For Refusing To Promise That He Won’t Run Third Party”


POLITICUS USA

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“Donald Trump’s 9 craziest comments”


POLITICO

August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (M. Scott Mahaskey/Politico)

August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. (M. Scott Mahaskey/Politico)

“Megyn Kelly grills Donald Trump about sexism”


MSNBC

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“GOP debaters attack Planned Parenthood” [America’s most popular organization]


MSNBC

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“Republican presidential debate: 8 takeaways”


CNN

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“Fox News rigs debate to hide close call, RNC allows it”


MSNBC

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“Trump Has Commandeered The GOP Crazy Train And Republicans Are Going Off The Rails With Him”


POLITICUS USA

Donald Trump’s momentum is a source of great consternation to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Preibus and to billionaire donors like the Koch Brothers. Republican leaders seem utterly perplexed that after years of hailing the virtues of the super wealthy as job creators who deserve almost limitless tax breaks, the party’s base has embraced a bombastic billionaire for president. Who could have seen that coming? Likewise, party leaders seem flummoxed that after decades of demonizing Washington insiders and government in general, Republican voters are turning their affections to an outsider rather than a distinguished GOP Governor or U.S. Senator. Imagine that.

Donald Trump’s momentum is a source of great consternation to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Preibus and to billionaire donors like the Koch Brothers. Republican leaders seem utterly perplexed that after years of hailing the virtues of the super wealthy as job creators who deserve almost limitless tax breaks, the party’s base has embraced a bombastic billionaire for president. Who could have seen that coming?
Likewise, party leaders seem flummoxed that after decades of demonizing Washington insiders and government in general, Republican voters are turning their affections to an outsider rather than a distinguished GOP Governor or U.S. Senator. Imagine that.