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15 октября, 00:00

Kanye, Trump Are Testing Dems' Hold on Black Voters

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Michael Goodwin, NY PostIn the beginning, it was safe to ignore Kanye West and his growing bromance with President Trump. But recent events demand attention.

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Trump's Callous Use of Kanye West

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Charles Blow, New York TimesTrump never cared about criminal justice reform.

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Why I'm a Republican for the First Time in My Life

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Joy Villa, USA TodayI’m a public figure and new Republican. I'm going to take my energy where it counts: the polls. You should, too, whether you share my views or not.

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Who and What Threaten the Constitution?

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Victor Davis Hanson, American GreatnessDonald Trump on occasion can talk recklessly. He is certainly trying to “fundamentally transform” the United States in exactly the opposite direction from which Barack Obama promised to do the same sort of massive recalibration.

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Trump, the Great Destroyer

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Juan Williams, The HillPresident Trump could hardly do any more damage to the United States even if Vladimir Putin wanted him to do so.

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Trump Policies Creating Factory Jobs 10X Faster Than Obama

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Chuck DeVore, IBDOn June 1, 2016 at a town hall meeting sponsored by PBS, Eric Cottonham, a steel workers' union member from Indiana, asked President Barack Obama about manufacturing jobs creation, saying, "All of our jobs have left, or are in the process of leaving."

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Why O'Rourke Matters to Dems Even If He Loses in TX

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Francis Wilkinson, BloombergCynics can’t wait for the golden boy with the Midas touch to go down to defeat. But his defiant optimism is bigger than Texas.

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Long Shot John James Rises Against Stabenow in Mich.

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Tom Rogan, DC ExaminerIn the Michigan Senate race, Republican nominee John James remains a long shot against Democratic incumbent Sen. Debbie Stabenow. But he's an especially attractive candidate, and the most recent poll shows him just 9 points behind his overwhelmingly favored opponent.