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New York Times

Donald Trump, Wavering on Immigration, Finds Anger in All Corners
New York Times
For 15 months, even as Donald J. Trump vacillated on many other issues, he stuck to a simple, hard-line position on immigration: If elected president, he would form a “deportation force,” round up people who are in the United States illegally and send ...
GOP insiders: Moderating on immigration helps TrumpPolitico
Donald Trump's Mixed Signals on Immigration Roil CampaignWall Street Journal
Trump's immigration pivot: Will he be the latest Republican to alienate the base?Los Angeles Times
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USA TODAY

For the Record: For Trump, everything's going to be alt-right
USA TODAY
On Thursday, the term “alt-right” entered the 2016 spotlight like never before. First, Hillary Clinton put out an ad tying Donald Trump to the alt-right. Then Trump denied he was alt-right. Then Clinton, that afternoon, called Trump alt-right for an ...
Hillary Clinton Says 'Radical Fringe' Is Taking Over GOP Under Donald TrumpNew York Times
Clinton aims to reframe 2016 debateCNN
Yet again, Trump tries to clarify immigration positionCBS News
NBCNews.com -Washington Post -WIRED -Judicial Watch
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The Atlantic

The Many Scandals of Donald Trump: A Cheat Sheet
The Atlantic
Sales of Donald Trump's latest book, Crippled America, were decent, if not great—they easily beat out every other Republican candidate except for Ben Carson, according to Nielsen. But the Trump campaign found one way to boost sales: buying the books ...

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New York Times

Clinton and Trump Campaigns Are Buzzing About the Race … for the Cabinet
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump have yet to face off in their first debate, but both candidates have already moved teams into a plush marble-and-glass office building a block from the White House, where they are vetting résumés, ...

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Politico

Trump's mob-linked ex-associate gives $5400 to campaign
Politico
A Russian-born, mafia-linked businessman whose ties to both Donald Trump and loyalists of Russian President Vladimir Putin have sparked scrutiny, visited Trump Tower last month for undisclosed business, he told POLITICO. The businessman, Felix Sater, ...

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Washington Post

Donald Trump suddenly sounds a lot like Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio on immigration
Washington Post
For more than a year, Donald Trump took the hardest line on immigration — vowing to deport 11 million illegal immigrants en masse and pillorying his GOP primary rivals as favoring “amnesty.” But 11 weeks before the election, Trump is suddenly sounding ...
Jeb Bush rips 'morphing,' 'abhorrent' Trump on immigrationPolitico
Limbaugh: 'Who Knew' Trump Would 'Convert the GOP Base to Supporting Amnesty?'TheBlaze.com

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New York Times

No, Donald Trump, America Isn't a Hellhole
New York Times
Donald Trump has taken a strange turn lately. O.K., he has taken a lot of strange turns — that's what happens when you nominate a short-attention-span candidate who knows nothing about policy and refuses to sit still for more than three minutes. But ...


New York Times

In Books on Donald Trump, Consistent Portraits of a High-Decibel Narcissist
New York Times
To read a stack of new and reissued books about Mr. Trump, as well as a bunch of his own works, is to be plunged into a kind of Bizarro World version of Dante's “Inferno,” where arrogance, acquisitiveness and the sowing of discord are not sins, but ...

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Business Insider

Sarah Palin predicts 'a huge erosion of support' if Trump backs down from 1 key part of his immigration pitch
Business Insider
Palin went on to say that she hoped Trump focused on policies that would make non-US citizens think twice about entering the country illegally or influence them to consider taking the legal route. The former running mate to 2008 Republican presidential ...
Palin on Trump's wall: 'Thank God he's still preaching that'Politico
Palin: 'Thank God' Trump sticking by building wallThe Hill (blog)

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CBS News

How one Republican is navigating the Trump hurricane
CBS News
For down-ballot Republicans cautiously orbiting their presidential nominee Donald Trump, the summer of 2016 has been akin to a dinghy navigating the Atlantic in a hurricane. The hero of this sizzling summer for Republicans is an unlikely one: Ohio Sen.

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