Monthly Archives: November 2015

Donald Trump up with first campaign ads

Donald Trump on Thursday unveiled his first campaign ads since announcing his run for president in June. The first two spots, radio ads set to air in the early primary states, tout Trump’s business experience, slam politicians as “all talk … Continue reading

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Trump blasts expletive-laden Hispanic advocacy video

Donald Trump on Friday tore into the video from a Hispanic advocacy group featuring children swearing at him for his stance on immigration, calling it “terrible” and a “disgrace.” “F–k you, racist f–k,” a child identified as Ricardo tells Trump … Continue reading

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DONALD TRUMP REJECTS JOINT LETTER, WILL DEAL DIRECTLY WITH NETWORKS ON DEBATES

The Washington Post reports – and ABC News has since confirmed – Donald Trump “will reject a joint letter to television network hosts regarding upcoming primary debates drafted Sunday at a private gathering of operatives from at least 11 presidential campaigns” … Continue reading

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Donald Trump Lists His Debate Demands: Cash, Two Hours

Donald Trump is again demanding cash to participate in GOP debates, which he says he’ll turn over to charities that help wounded military personnel and veterans. He detailed his demands to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos the morning after announcing he … Continue reading

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Seven things in Donald Trump’s new book you probably won’t hear at a rally

Reading Donald Trump’s new book, “Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again,” is not much different than listening to him speak at a rally. In the book, which went on sale Tuesday, Trump complains at length about “journalist cronies” and their “gotcha, … Continue reading

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Trump shrugs off Obama’s debate critique: ‘He can’t handle the country’

Donald Trump dismissed Tuesday President Barack Obama’s mocking of the the GOP presidential candidates’ criticism of the CNBC moderators in the last debate. Trump, whose campaign decided to continue dealing directly with the TV networks rather than forming a united … Continue reading

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