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Trump escalates baseless attacks on election with 46-minute video rant

Philip Rucker | The Washington Post
December 3, 2020
Escalating his attack on democracy from within the White House, President Trump on Wednesday distributed an astonishing 46-minute video rant filled with baseless allegations of voter fraud and outright falsehoods in which he declared the nation’s election system “under coordinated assault and siege” and argued that it was “statistically impossible” for him to have lost to President-elect Joe Biden.

Trump raises more than $170 million appealing on false election claims

Josh Dawsey, Michelle Ye Hee Lee | The Washington Post
December 2, 2020
President Trump’s political operation has raised more than $170 million since Election Day, using a blizzard of misleading appeals about the election to shatter fundraising records set during the campaign, according to people with knowledge of the contributions.

Schumer: Democrats Could Block ‘Out of the Mainstream’ Supreme Court Nominees

Kristina Peterson | The Wall Street Journal
January 5, 2017
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Democrats would oppose any of President-elect Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominees who were “out of the mainstream.”

Inside Trump’s strategy to remodel the Supreme Court

Shane Goldmacher, | POLITICO
January 3, 2017
The president-elect is narrowing his short list for a Supreme Court justice while his advisers look beyond the current opening.

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April 27, 2016
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David, Texas

Trump plans a series of policy speeches

, Robert Costa | The Washington Post
April 6, 2016
GOP front-runner Donald Trump, facing a likely setback in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary, plans to shift gears in the coming weeks, and give a series of policy speeches in settings more formal than the freewheeling rallies that have become his political signature.


April 1, 2016
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On Jan 1, 2016 Social Security issued a zero increase. We need to change the formula and it must address Cost$ of Food and Healthcare. Also we needs some kind of action to Stop any party from not "Giving Advice & Consent" on Presidential appts.
Samuel W. Velsor iv, Arizona


February 22, 2016
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Fairness in education, health care, work, finances. Take from the rich and give to the poor. Be concerned more for others than yourself. Go into this to SERVE, not to make money and show off. There is too much greed no true Christianity Stop hating
Rachel, Pennsylvania