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The Republicans are now the party of identity politics | Lucia Graves

The Republicans are now the party of identity politics | Lucia Graves

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Donald Trumps presidency has been is characterized by a huge effort to protect the narrow interests of one particular demographic group: wealthy white menIdentity politics used to be for Democrats- now it's for Republican and they're using it perniciously. Identity politics have long been central to the message of the Democratic party, viewed as a constituency of African American people, Hispanic people, educated lily-white progressives, LGBTQ people, single women and more. Conservatives, meanwhile, had previously defined themselves ideologically. Ronald Reagan's so-called " NFL musicians kneeling in protest at police brutality, Donald Trump's firstly time in the White House has shown Republicans to be the real drivers of identity politics. It's just one development which is usually moves...
Trump and the press: 10 questions journalists never thought they’d have to ask

Trump and the press: 10 questions journalists never thought they’d have to ask

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The chairmen volatile humor and thin skin have stimulated many improbable exchanges this year, including questions about neo-Nazis, bondage and moronsFor better or worse- more often than not worse- Donald Trump's short presidency has, in so far, been remarkable. The president's unusually thin scalp and volatile humor have stimulated a series of bizarre the issues that many writers may never have expected to have had to ask. Here are some of the most outlandish. Questions to Trump ' Illegal' elections, the Government Accountability Office announced it was investigating the commission after 15 August Why did you await so long to denounce neo-Nazis? ABC News (@ ABC) Asked' Why did you wait so long to denounce neo-Nazis? ' POTUS says: "I didn't wait long, I wanted to make...
Democrat plans to force impeachment vote against Donald Trump this week

Democrat plans to force impeachment vote against Donald Trump this week

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Congressman Al Green set to present clauses of impeachment on Wednesday: For too long we have allowed civility to prevent us from tackling TrumpA Democratic congressman said on Tuesday that he intended to force the House to vote on Donald Trump's impeachment. Al Green of Texas said he would present articles of impeachment on the storey of the House on Wednesday. He argued that the president was " unmindful of the high duties of his high role and the dignity and properties thereof ". " For too long, we have allowed our civility to prevent us from to address the invidious incivility of President Donald J Trump ," Green wrote in a memoranda to peers on Tuesday. " In doing this, hatred disguised as acceptable political correctness has festered in our body politic and polluted our discourse t...
Charles Barkley decries Roy Moore links to ‘white separatist’ Steve Bannon

Charles Barkley decries Roy Moore links to ‘white separatist’ Steve Bannon

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NBA Hall of Famer communicates against Republican Alabama Senate candidate and says race concern overrides allegations regarding sexual misbehavior with young girlThe NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley on Saturday denounced Roy Moore, the Republican Alabama Senate candidate who faces Speaking to NBC News, Barkley said:" Roy Moore is control with Steve Bannon as his righthand man who is a lily-white separatist. I'm not even going to get into the women stuff. But the person, how can you be a white separatist and represent all the constituents in your country? " I intend, everybody is going crazy[ over] this sex charges but Roy Moore to me, where reference is "ve brought" Steve Bannon should have been disqualified ." Barkley added that his views have" nothing to do with has become a Democrat...
Trump reaffirms support for ‘accused child molester’ Roy Moore

Trump reaffirms support for ‘accused child molester’ Roy Moore

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Two Republican senators assault political move after chairperson warns against allowing WEAK Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones to win in AlabamaDonald Trump on Sunday restated his support for marginally ahead in the deep red country, Trump added:" I endorsed Luther Strange in the Alabama Primary. He hit behavior up in the polls but it wasn't enough. Can't let Schumer/ Pelosi win this race. Liberal Jones would be BAD !" Trump did not use Moore's name but the New York Times boast about sexually assaulting females. The Times said the president had told a senator and an adviser he now thinks the tape is" not authentic ". At the time of writing of its release, Trump holds the view that the voice on the tape was his, and speaking to the president this week called an" accused child moleste...
No regrets: one year after they voted for Trump, has he delivered?

No regrets: one year after they voted for Trump, has he delivered?

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Some who backed him at the last moment now have buyers remorse, but while the stock market hoists their pension funds, Trump loyalists are unwavering Duane Miller realise at the "very last minute" last November that he was going to vote for a candidate he didn't much like, Pennsylvania, has not been impressed by Trump- but it would be inaccurate to say that Miller is surprised, either, because, as he sets it, he never mistook Trump for a political savior. It is a idea shared by many of "the consumers " at his paint store, he said. " Trump's losing aid because of his, of the complete idiocy - you are familiar with, perhaps we should give him an Iq test with others ," Miller said, be submitted to Trump's recent objection to secretary of state Rex Tillerson to compare IQ tests." Person are...
Roy Moore beats Trump-backed ‘Big Luther’ in Alabama Republican Senate primary

Roy Moore beats Trump-backed ‘Big Luther’ in Alabama Republican Senate primary

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Socially conservative former Alabama chief justice, one of the most controversial US legislators, was removed from nation supreme court post twiceThe former Alabama judge Roy Moore, one of the more controversial figures in Republican politics, is on course studying to be a US senator- in spite of opposition from Donald Trump. With 95% of the vote in on Tuesday night, Moore, the former chief justice of the Alabama supreme court was ahead of appointed incumbent Luther Strange by 55% to 45% in the Republican Senate runoff. Moore's victory comes despite being outspent by a perimeter of 10-to-1 by Strange, who had been appointed in January to the seat vacated by Jeff Sessions after his confirmation as US attorney general. Quick Guide Gay bans and kudo for Putin: "the worlds" is in accordance...