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Donald Trump’s Description of Black America Is Offending Those Living in It

nytimes.com — AUSTIN, Tex. - Campaigning over the past week, Donald J. Trump has painted a bleak and dire picture of black America. African-Americans live in neighborhoods that resemble "war zones" more than cities, he has said. They struggle to get by on food stamps. Fewer and fewer of them own their own homes.

Libertarian nominee denounces Trump as authoritarian

post-gazette.com — Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, denounced Donald Trump on Tuesday as an authoritarian figure with little regard for the Constitution, intensifying his attacks on Mr. Trump as he seeks to challenge him on the right.

Gary Johnson, Libertarian Nominee, Denounces Donald Trump as Authoritarian

nytimes.com — Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, denounced Donald J. Trump on Tuesday as an authoritarian figure with little regard for the Constitution, intensifying his attacks on Mr. Trump as he seeks to challenge him on the right. Mr. Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, said in an interview that he agreed with previous statements from his running mate, William F.

Gary Johnson, Libertarian Nominee, Denounces Donald Trump as Authoritarian

nytimes.com — Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, denounced Donald J. Trump on Tuesday as an authoritarian figure with little regard for the Constitution, intensifying his attacks on Mr. Trump as he seeks to challenge him on the right. Mr. Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, said in an interview that he agreed with previous statements from his running mate, William F.

Obama to Tour Flood-Ravaged Louisiana, and Trump Takes Credit

nytimes.com — President Obama will visit flood-ravaged Louisiana on Tuesday, a trip that comes four days after Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, made a visit of his own. Mr. Obama's tour of the Baton Rouge area comes amid criticism from local officials that the president declined to interrupt his vacation on Martha's Vineyard.

Trump Said to Begin Preparation for First Debate Against Clinton

nytimes.com — Donald J. Trump prides himself on his debate performances in the Republican primaries, and he has often boasted about his lack of serious preparation for them. But Mr. Trump began preparing on Sunday for his first general election debate against Hillary Clinton, with a meeting at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., according to a person briefed on the preparations, who was not authorized to speak publicly.

Donald Trump, a ‘Rigged’ Election and the Politics of Race

nytimes.com — Mr. Trump last week hired as his campaign chief Stephen K. Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart, a conservative news website that has frequently given voice to Mr. Trump's claims of a manipulated process, holding forth on perceived voter fraud and "propaganda polls" showing Mrs. Clinton ahead.

Donald Trump, a ‘Rigged’ Election and the Politics of Race

nytimes.com — Mr. Trump last week hired as his campaign chief Stephen K. Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart, a conservative news website that has frequently given voice to Mr. Trump's claims of a manipulated process, holding forth on perceived voter fraud and "propaganda polls" showing Mrs. Clinton ahead.

Manafort quits Trump’s campaign after tumultuous run - The Santa Fe New Mexican: News

santafenewmexican.com — Paul Manafort, installed to run Donald Trump's operation after the firing of his original campaign manager, handed in his resignation Friday, signifying the latest tumult to engulf the candidate, whose standing in the polls has steadily dropped since the Republican Party's convention in July.

Donald Trump Enters Ad Wars Trailing Hillary Clinton in Spending

nytimes.com — A transport filled with refugees. Grainy images of undocumented immigrants being escorted to a waiting patrol car by a police officer. A handcuffed suspect who came into the United States from somewhere else. The shadowy images soak the screen in Donald J. Trump's first television ad in his general election fight against Hillary Clinton.
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Aug 25, 2016

RT @JTSantucci: Trump campaign says the nominee is planning to "directly respond to Hillary Clinton's outrageous claims" referring to recent attacks

Aug 25, 2016

Trump appearing with Anderson Cooper tonight, a night after Clinton's phoner and hours after her alt-right speech

Aug 25, 2016

RT @DafnaLinzer: Bush's commerce secretary Carlos Gutierrez on Trump's new immigration rhetoric: "doesn't matter what he says now, damage is done"


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