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Latest Rally

Manchester, New Hampshire

08/25/2016

Manchester, New Hampshire

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BY WGME

Trump took aim at Hillary Clinton at a campaign stop in New Hampshire Thursday. Donald Trump did not call Hillary Clinton a bigot Thursday, but he did say she had done nothing for African Americans and Hispanics in this country. "She has brought nothing but pain and heartache and broken promises to your inner cities," Trump said. "Every policy Hillary Clinton supports is a policy that has failed and betrayed communities of color in this country,” Trump said. “But she doesn't care." Trump also says Hillary Clinton will paint him as a racist. "If you want to have strong borders so that people come into our country, but they come in legally through a legal process, that doesn't make you a racist,"

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Jackson, Mississippi

08/24/2016

Jackson, Mississippi

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BY WCMH

Donald Trump is declaring that Hillary Clinton “is a bigot” in his latest outreach to minority voters. The Republican presidential nominee drew loud cheers from a crowd in Jackson, Mississippi, on Wednesday when he declared that Democrats have taken minorities’ support for granted. He said of his Democratic opponent, “Hillary Clinton is a bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future.” Trump also gave a vague preview of his new immigration policy, which is slated to be unveiled next week. He said any immigration policy he supports must pass three tests: It should improve the wages, safety and quality of life for U.S. citizens. He invited Nigel Farage, an architect of Britain’s successful “Brexit” campaign, to join him on stage at a rally Wednesday night in Jackson, Mississippi.

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Latest Interview

CNN ANDERSON COOPER

08/25/2016

CNN ANDERSON COOPER

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BY CNN

In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper to clarify whether he would still forcibly deport the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US after he suggested this week he was "softening" on the idea. "There's no path to legalization unless they leave the country," Trump said after an event in Manchester, New Hampshire. "When they come back in, then they can start paying taxes, but there is no path to legalization unless they leave the country and then come back." Trump said that on his first day in office, he would authorize law enforcement to actively deport "bad dudes," such as those who have committed crimes, which he said numbered "probably millions." But he declined to flatly say whether he would round up other undocumented immigrants, stressing that once the initial deportations occur, "then we can talk." Trump said. "There is a very good chance the answer could be yes," Trump said when asked if he wouldn't deport those who have lived here peacefully but without papers.

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WMTW Paul Merrill

08/25/2016

WMTW Paul Merrill

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BY WMTW

WMTW's Paul Merrill spoke with the Republican presidential nominee one-on-one. Merrill asked Trump about Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage's comments from a town hall Wednesday night, where the LePage said nearly all of the drug dealers arrested in Maine are either "black (or?) Hispanic." Merril asked Trump "Well, I know your governor, and I know he's very popular up there, and he's doing a very good job. People like him very much, and I like him very much. I don't know the comment he made, but I like him very much," Trump was also non-committal when asked about Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins' decision not to endorse him. "I know nothing about her. I know that I will be really good for Maine. I'll stop drugs from pouring in, and she has not been able to do that," Trump said.

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Latest Conference

Hispanic leaders

08/20/2016

Hispanic leaders

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BY FOX

Donald Trump met Saturday with his newly formed Hispanic advisory board, part of a new effort by the Republican presidential nominee and his new-look campaign team to win at least some support from minority voters as the White House race enters its final stages. Trump has also made efforts to try to appeal more to black voters, whom he argues should support his campaign after years of reliably supporting Democrats. However, Democratic politicians have had the black vote for decades, and this year’s election appears to be no different. Clinton overwhelmingly won the black vote in South Carolina early in the Democratic primary season and continued to win it in other Southern states.

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Louisiana Flood

08/19/2016

Louisiana Flood

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BY BREITBART

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Friday morning to tour the flood damaged state where at least 13 have been killed and 30,000 have been forced to leave their homes. Mainstream media outlets, which were harshly critical of President George W. Bush’s handling of the 2005 Katrina flooding of New Orleans, have refused to criticize President Obama’s failure to leave his Martha’s Vineyard vacation to visit Louisiana. On Thursday, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson explained that President Obama was not going to interrupt his Martha’s Vineyard vacation to visit Louisiana because “he has a very busy schedule.” That schedule on Thursday included a round of golf with television star Larry David and Bain Capital co-managing director Jonathan Lavine. Hillary Clinton has offered no public comment on the Louisiana flooding.

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AMERICA FIRST

extreme vetting of immigrants

08/15/2016

Youngstown, Ohio

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump called Monday for “extreme vetting” of immigrants seeking admission to the United States, vowing to block those who sympathize with extremist groups or don’t embrace American values. He said the policy would first require a temporary halt in immigration from dangerous regions of the world. “Any country that shares this goal will be our allies,” Trump said. “We can never choose our friends, but we can never fail to recognize our enemies.” Trump spent much of the speech building a case that Obama and Clinton are to blame for the creation of the terror group that has roiled the Middle East and carried out attacks in the West. He specifically highlighted the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq in late 2011, arguing the move created a vacuum for terror groups to thrive.

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Latest News

Syrian Refugees Bring Lawsuit for Not Getting the School They 'Deserved'

08/25/2016

Refugees Given Solace in America Bring Lawsuit for Not Getting the School They 'Deserved'

BY IJR

Over the last several years, refugees have fled Syria and other middle eastern nations in the hopes of building lives. Many hope to eventually make it to the United States. Since the crisis began, over 1,000 refugees have settled in the small community around Lancaster, Pennsylvania. But some refugees are taking issue with the way they have been accepted into the community -- particularly with the school at which some have been placed. Fellow Refugee, Khadidja Issa says "The class moves too fast and I don't learn anything." The district maintains that age and education level are the primary criteria for determining which school students will attend -- noting that Issa is older than most traditional high school students, but has only a 6th-grade education.

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