Democrats need a presidential candidate who can rattle Trump and force himself into pointless fights to soften him up for the eventual winner.
Overpaid CNN anchor Jake Tapper thinks it's "radical" to say that the 1 percent has way too much money.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper called New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's suggestion that there "is plenty of money in the world" but "it's just in the wrong hands" "radical" on this Sunday's State of the Union.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio blasted Rupert Murdoch for dividing the country and giving us Donald Trump, despite Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter's attempts to play the false equivalency game between what de Blasio was saying here and Trump's attacks on the press.
ABC, This Week, Jan. 23, 2016. Read more... http://playfreeslots.info/2016/01/deblasio-blasts-trump-his-callous-attitude
Fox News, Cavuto on Business, Nov. 28, 2015.
Mr. Tough Guy had plenty to say about President Obama and his handling of the Syrian refugee crisis, but not so much when asked about the refugees currently living in his state.
There is a political and policy movement bubbling up that historians may well someday look back on and call the most important development of 2015. A revitalized progressive movement is forging a new economic agenda that is energizing and mobilizing activists all over the country.
Marco Rubio along with the rest of the GOP.
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