Donald Trump’s one big advantage is Hillary Clinton, says former Reagan aide

But Thursday night, Trump’s OH campaign manager, Bob Paduchik – who was helping run the candidate’s convention floor operation – said Buckeye State Republicans are coalescing around their party’s nominee.

Trump brought up the Oswald story on the final day of the IN primary race IN May, when he and Cruz were still duking it out for the nomination. During the campaign, Trump attacked his wife and suggested his father might have been involved in the JFK assassination.

“When I was a kid, the great debate was about how to defeat the Soviet Union”, said Thiel, the co-founder of PayPal and a Trump delegate. “Tonight, they heard how he’ll do that”. “But Hillary Clinton’s legacy does not have to be America’s legacy”.

And after Trump’s immigrant fear mongering and mostly false and divisive acceptance speech, I was even prouder of Cruz.

“You’ve had in other campaigns with other candidates, individual nominees, stake out specific positions that other Republicans may not have”, Walker said.

Podesta said “America is better than Donald Trump“.

He softened his rhetoric on issues like his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the country. To which I say, hogwash. They believe America is not as great as it once was.

“I have visited the laid-off factory workers, and the communities crushed by our disgusting and unfair trade deals”. Many Republicans are asking where their party went.

Michelson expects Trump to get a boost in the polls, but not as big a boost as he could have gotten if his speech hadn’t followed a convention devoid of the orderliness he’s promising to deliver to the country.

Ian Bremmer, a political analyst, told Al Jazeera before the speech that there were many Americans who believed that the United States got “very little out of American allies”, and Trump’s statement appealed to them. “But as the campaign went on, he just emerged better and better”.

“He’s going to talk some about [Clinton], and that’s fine”, said Portman.

Podesta said Trump is “temperamentally unfit and totally unqualified to be president” adding that the Republican nominee isn’t offering any “real solutions” but rather “more prejudice and paranoia”. “I think he’s a lovely guy, a lovely guy”.

I woke up Thursday with a confused look on my face. It may mean losing this election, but if they want a principled, rational agenda that reflects American values and promotes liberty, prosperity and security, there is no other choice: Writing in or staying home puts Republican control of the Senate at risk, and a libertarian protest vote could toss the election to Trump.

To protect the U.S. from terrorism, he proposed a three pronged strategy.

‘Throw a dart, ‘ I thought. “As president, my father will change the labor laws that were put in place at a time when women weren’t a significant portion of the workplace, and he will focus on making quality childcare affordable and accessible for all”, she said.

Donald Trump and Mike Pence shake hands. Sanford said he was leaving Cleveland with the same reservations about Trump he had when he arrived.

“I have joined the political arena so that the powerful can no longer beat up on people that cannot defend themselves”, Mr Trump said.

“It brought a lot of Americans together”, said Derek Kreifels, a delegate from Shawnee, Kansas. Trump’s vision of America, Sykes said, was much darker. “I have a message for all of you”, the text read. “In Donald Trump’s America, the federal government solves every problem, and it’s solved by the decisions of the ‘Maximum Leader'”.

He did not say how he would end violence or crime.

“Trump’s challenge is to keep his hard-core base that is alienated from many things happening in American society energized — without driving away the swing voters that he needs to get over the top”, said Ron Brownstein, a CNN political analyst who is Atlantic Media’s editorial director for strategic partnerships. He didn’t sound happy about it.

I was standing next to the delegations from NY and Florida, both of which were Trump strongholds during the Republican primaries.

There was a time just a few months ago when Van Mobley may have been the only elected official in Wisconsin to openly support Donald Trump.

“I don’t see him winning any way, frankly”. I am your voice, ‘ ” he said.

At one point in the speech, there were chants of “build a wall” from the audience.

“The irresponsible rhetoric of our president, who has used the pulpit of the presidency to divide us by race and color, has made America a more risky environment for everyone”, Trump said. Charlie Sykes for example. At the heart of that report was the need to find a way to be for immigration reform or run the risk of the party becoming too dependent on a shrinking pool of voters to win.

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