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Republican Nomination 2016

KING: Donald Trump to preside over the Bigoted States of America

This election has confirmed the United States is deeply racist at its core. | Trump won the Republican nomination because he was driven by a philosophy of white supremacy, racism, bigotry and xenophobia.

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Steve Bannon Vows 'Economic Nationalist Movement'' From White House -- 'As Exciting As The 1930's, Greater Than The Reagan Revolution'

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Shirley Chisholm paved the way for Hillary Clinton to become the first woman to win a major party nomination!

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Okay, I stumbled upon this one. Seriously, Obama and no scandals? Oh, let me just a name a few off the top of my head; it's too early in the AM. Fast & Furious, Going into Libya toppling Gaddafi w/o Congressional approval leaving a vacuum for the next scandal, Benghazi, Extortion 17, The IRS Targeting both sides, Target of Reporters, The VA...I could continue, but, hello, people are seriously ignoring these? All other Presidents have been called out for their scandals, but not, Obama…

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If you: -think the United States needs a strong military -want to control our border and stop terrorists -want a smaller federal government that protects the citizens and stays out of our personal lives and doesn't spy on us. -want to stop sending billions to nations which are hostile to us -believe this is still the land of opportunity, where people are limited only by their imaginations and the effort they want to put forth. -then vote Republican straight ticket on November 4.

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Donald Trump, president and chief executive of Trump Organization Inc. and 2016 Republican presidential candidate, center, speaks as his sons Donald Trump Jr., left, and Eric Trump, right, listen during a caucus night rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016. Trump's dominating victory in the Nevada caucuses pushes him further out ahead of his nearest competitors for the Republican presidential nomination, giving his unorthodox candidacy a major boost heading into Super…

Trump standing behind a wooden, inverted-pyramid-shaped lectern with black paneling. He is speaking into a microphone, with an American flag hanging on a pole behind him. He is accepting the Republican nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention in July 2016.