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from the Guardian

Life after Trump: Republicans brace for betrayal and civil war after 2016

Will the Republican party survive Donald Trump? Trump is trailing Hillary Clinton badly in national polls, sometimes by double digits. Jubilant Democrats are eyeing so-called “red states” such as Georgia and Utah and expanding their ambitions to take both the Senate and House. The Trump campaign has yanked advertising and staff out of Virginia, and major donors are pulling the plug. The writing seems to be on the wall of polling firms, campaign offices and newsrooms across the country.

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Islamic State claim responsibility for Donald Trump -- Following yet another ridiculous outburst of thinly veiled xenophobia and cultural racism, so called Islamic State have publicly claimed responsibility for Donald Trump. It follows a hate fueled speech made by the Republican presidential nominee in Ohio, in which he outlined his plans for... -- #DumbDonald, #ISIS, #Trump -- http://wp.me/p7GOKB-Vd

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from Mail Online

Obama ridicules GOP and says 'democracy itself' is on the ballot

President Barack Obama speaks at a campaign event for the Ohio Democratic Party and for th...

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“Before Obama came along, we didn’t have any successful radical Islamic terrorist attack inside the United States,” Giuliani said at an event for Donald Trump in Ohio. Therefore Rudy Giuliani is either delusional or a liar. So which one is it Republicans?

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Barbara Hauser, of Texas, looks on as she waits to enter a Rock the Night kick off party on the sidelines of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

from the Guardian

Trump blames Democratic opponents for fueling violent clashes at rallies

Republican frontrunner renews verbal assaults on party rivals and tells captive audience in Cleveland, Ohio, to let ejected demonstrators ‘rot’

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from Mail Online

'Islam hates us': Donald Trump continues his anti-Muslim campaign during TV interview

Opponents within the Republican Party have funded $1million worth of anti-Trump attack ads in Ohio

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from the Guardian

First Thiel, now the Trumps: how billionaires threaten free speech

RNC in Cleveland 2016epaselect epa05431370 Donald Trump (L) escorts his wife Melania (R) after her speech during the second session on the first day of the 2016 Republican National Convention at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 18 July 2016. The four-day convention is expected to end with Donald Trump formally accepting the nomination of the Republican Party as their presidential candidate in the 2016 election. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

from Slate Magazine

I Am a Swing-State #NeverTrumper Who Couldn’t Vote for Hillary. I Am Not Sorry.

Donald Trump is our president, and I’m horrified. As an Ohio Republican who couldn’t bring myself to vote for my party’s nominee or Hillary Clinton, I ...