Even more neocons, globalists, and warmongers representing the establishment wing of the Republican Party attacked GOP presidential contender Donald Trump in an open letter this week, suggesting he would be “dangerous.” But Trump quickly turned the tables, thanking the neocon bureaucrats for exposing themselves publicly, and blaming them for turning America and the world into the dangerous mess that they have become.
Liberal Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine wrote an op-ed piece for the Washington Post explaining why she will not support Donald Trump for president.
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In a joint interview with his son, Scott, for Esquire magazine on August 3, veteran actor Clint Eastwood said that “everybody’s getting tired of political correctness” and that “We’re really in a p***y generation.”
Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz may have resigned her post as national chairman of the Democratic National Committee, but she is still in Congress, where she can be expected to continue voting against limitations on government power and for more government spending.
House Speaker Paul Ryan appears to be running scared in his reelection campaign, avoiding public debates and public appearances where concerned citizens might ask him hard questions.
Khizr Khan, the Pakistani-born lawyer (and “gold star father”) who received national attention following his speech at this year’s Democratic National Convention, during which he attacked Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump by name, has a history of defending Sharia — the Islamic legal system — going back as far as 1983.
While the mainstream media focuses on the latest Trump comment, the actions of the Clintons go largely unreported.