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Best Answer C E Clark says
Well said..He made desition counseled by Hannity & others with large majority of white vote that conforms tea party plus evangelicals plus white voters that never vote if he can get them out he can win.that is his only hope,hence the racist rhet
Romney got 27% of Hispanic vote in 2012 and lost cuz it wan't enough. Can't win without at least 40% Hispanic vote and Trump will likely get zero with his insults to that community.
he will probably get about 15 % of the Hispanic vote and 4 % black vote .If percent of white uneducated doubles from previous elections is only way he can win.
If playing dumb really was dumb on his part then isn't he just plain stupid?
He's not dumb.It's his strategy to mobilize the base of the GOP , aka the tea party ,aka the Hannity,Limbaugh audience,in the hope that millions of uneducated white that usually don't vote to vote for him
ptosis, the thing Trump supporters are fondest of, his lack of political savvy, is killing him. And he's too bull headed to take advice from the people he's paying thousands of $ to give him. He just keeps putting his foot in it as a result.
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Robert Carbery says
The Southern Democrats from Civil War era. What is today the Republican Party.Check your history. Lincoln's Republican Party wasn't the same one as today. The KKK organization hasn't contributed to any Democrat.
Senator Byrd repented and Came to Jesus.The Washington times wasn't able to provide any evidence of that unsubstantiated claim.The KKK never endorsed her. A KKK member trying to help trump said that and was debunked.check your conspiracy theories
Hillary should still be made to respond the accusation of a KKK contribution to her campaign. Her silence on the subject speaks volumes. Trump has been required to respond to accusations. Lets be fair here.
USNews: Will Quig is not credible and there is no hard evidence he has made any contribution to the Clinton campaign. http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-03-14/ku-...
C E Clark you need to read your US News article a little closer. NO hard evidence the contribution didn't happen. Just an opinion from a person from an organization. Why hasn't Clinton or one of the people in her campaign dismissed this?
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