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Trump tells supporters to vote twice to fight voter fraud

, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told supporters on Sunday night to vote twice should they think their first ballot is not counted correctly.

Racism- They Did It 86 Times To All The  Other Presidents Combined. 82 Times To Obama Alone. Now tell me again it's not about race.....

They did it 86 times to every other president combined. 82 times to Obama alone.

In the history of the United States, 168 presidential nominees have been filibustered. 82 have been blocked under President Obama. 86 have been blocked under all the other presidents. It's time to fix this unprecedented obstruction.

Headline: A Trump Debate Response Sparks A New Hashtag #MuslimsReportStuff Caption: Presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump listen to a question during the town hall debate at Washington University on Oct. 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri. URL: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/trump-debate-response-sparks-popular-hashtag-muslimsreportstuff/story?id=42700608

Pence Blames Policy Disagreement With Trump on Debate Moderator

For the national political media, Donald Trump trumps all the other prospective Republican presidential nominees. His candidacy could keep talking heads ...

Donald Trump’s coalition of bullies, bimbos, birthers and the brainless

For the national political media, Donald Trump trumps all the other prospective Republican presidential nominees. His candidacy could keep talking heads .

4 Key Times Presidential Nominees Failed to Gain Senate Confirmation

Four Key Times Presidential Nominees Failed To Gain Senate Confirmation

4 Key Times Presidential Nominees Failed to Gain Senate Confirmation

A guide to the thousands of political unknowns who will pick our presidential nominees

Confused About Primary Delegates? We Got You Covered.

A guide to the thousands of political unknowns who will pick our presidential nominees.

Headline: Donald Trump Promises to Continue Attacks on Clintons 'If They Release More Tapes'  Caption: The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump came at the end of a tumultuous and unprecedented week on the campaign trail, and the battle reflected every bit of that drama. The Republican and Democratic presidential nominees faced off in the town-hall-style debate, which... URL…

Trump Promises to Continue Attacks on Clintons 'if They Release More Tapes'

Headline: Donald Trump Promises to Continue Attacks on Clintons 'If They Release More Tapes' Caption: The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump came at the end of a tumultuous and unprecedented week on the campaign trail, and the battle reflected every bit of that drama. The Republican and Democratic presidential nominees faced off in the town-hall-style debate, which... URL…

Top 10 Most Extreme Presidential Nominees (Who Failed to Win) - Our political system seems to be at a crossroads with insurgents, particularly from the right, making compromise an afterthought.  As a result, Congress has been largely ineffective and currently holds a nine percent approval rating from the public. With the two parties’ nomination process ... - http://toptenz.net

Top 10 Most Extreme Presidential Nominees (Who Failed to Win)

Our political system seems to be at a crossroads with insurgents, particularly from the right, making compromise an afterthought. As a result, Congress ha

Headline: 2nd Presidential Debate: 11 Moments That Mattered  Caption: The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump came at the end of a tumultuous and unprecedented week on the campaign trail, and the battle reflected every bit of that drama. The Republican and Democratic presidential nominees faced off in the town-hall-style debate, which... URL: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/presidential-debate-11-moments-mattered/story?id=42687340

11 Moments That Mattered in 2nd Presidential Debate

If there was anything as headline-grabbing in 2016 as the sparring between then-Presidential nominees Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton it was the role Melania Trump played as the potential First Lady. Not one to say very much Trump mostly let her style do the talking  and throughout the campaign trail editors deciphered her every fashion move assigning subliminal messages to colors and silhouettes and comparing her outfits to those of the First Ladies before her. But come Inauguration Day…

If there was anything as headline-grabbing in 2016 as the sparring between then-Presidential nominees Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton it was the role Melania Trump played as the potential First Lady. Not one to say very much Trump mostly let her style do the talking and throughout the campaign trail editors deciphered her every fashion move assigning subliminal messages to colors and silhouettes and comparing her outfits to those of the First Ladies before her. But come Inauguration Day…

The Republican and Democratic presidential nominees will take the stage with distinct challenges. For Trump, the debate presents a grasping opportunity to stabilize his damaged campaign and to refute claims that he is unfit for office. Clinton, on the other hand, will seek to provide a positive vision of governance amid a deeply unpleasant election season that has often been consumed by Trump’s controversial rhetoric.

At third debate, Trump won’t commit to accepting election results if he loses

A collection of funny memes and viral images skewering Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.: Where's the Tax Returns?

Funny Donald Trump Memes

Funny Donald Trump Memes and Viral Images. 85 is hilarious and 86 should have dull points.

Half of Americans Think the Presidential Nominating System Is ‘Rigged’:  And more than two-thirds of U.S. voters want to change the process by which the political parties choose their presidential nominees, a poll by Reuters/Ipsos finds.  - 2016/04/27

"Half of Americans Think the Presidential Nominating System is "Rigged"--And more than two-thirds of U. voters want to change the process by which the political parties choose their presidential nominees, a poll by Reuters/Ipsos finds.

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