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June 10, 2016

June 10, 2016

On Friday’s Mark Levin show, Donald Trump is trying to recover from his latest comments but he is a man of many missteps. He may have gotten away with this in the Republican primary, but he won’t in the general election. The Republican primary turned out to be a disaster and Trump is limping to the nomination. None of the issues important to conservatives are front and center; there’s no discussion about liberty, Constitution, national security, cutting government or deficit spending. If Trump loses it won’t be because of conservatives or Ted Cruz, it will be because of Trump and his surrogates. Also, why doesn’t Trump reach out to conservatives instead of reaching out to Bernie Sanders supporters because they agree on trade. If he and Sanders people agree on trade does that means Trump is against capitalism? Finally, Kansas voters favor Hillary over Trump and 21% are undecided. If Republicans can’t win in Kansas, where can they win?


Warren, Biden endorse Clinton, call Trump ‘racist’

New Yorker
Republican Senator Susan Collins Says She Might Support Hillary Clinton

McConnell: Donald Trump ‘Doesn’t Know a Lot About the Issues’

The Hill
Biden blasts Trump’s ‘racist’ attack on federal judge

Real Clear Politics
Elizabeth Warren Fireworks: Trump a “Loud, Nasty, Thin-Skinned Fraud,” a “Wannabe Tyrant”

Right Scoop
WATCH: ABC News just released a BOMBSHELL report on Hillary Clinton

ABC News
How Clinton Donor Got on Sensitive Intelligence Board

You Tube
State Dept. Defends Clinton Donor’s Appointment With Zero Experience To Intel Board

You Tube
Hillary Clinton in 2006 says US need to secure borders, and illegals should be deported

Lawrence Journal World
Poll shows Clinton leading in Kansas; broad dissatisfaction with Legislature

Washington Times
Obama’s strategy to thwart China in South China Sea showdown ‘almost entirely meaningless’

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