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U.S. President Donald Trump is flanked by Vice President Mike Pence Views
Trump's Anti-Chinese Racist Campaign Strategy Mobilizes Right-Wing Extremists
The move is part of a broader Trump campaign strategy in the run-up to the November presidential elections.
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Slamming GOP Attempts at Election-Meddling, Gillum Rescinds Concession Speech as Florida Heads for Recount
"We don't just get the opportunity to stop counting votes because we don't like the direction in which the vote tally is heading."
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'Just Count the Votes': Where Voter Suppression Not Quite Enough, GOP Now Trying to Stop Ballot-Counting in Multiple States
"Counting votes isn't partisan—it's democracy."
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'Say No to Red Tide Rick': Florida Governor Forced to Flee Event After Angry Protesters Shame Him Over Anti-Environment Record
"Scott can't run from his record of eviscerating Florida's environmental protections," says the state's Democratic Party
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Implications for 2020 and Beyond as Judge Strikes Down Florida's "Nonsensical" Felony Voter Law
"Partisan officials have extraordinary authority to grant or withhold the right to vote from hundreds of thousands of people without any constraints, guidelines, or standards. The question now is whether such a system passes constitutional muster. It does not."
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As Florida Gets Drilling Exemption, Former WH Ethics Chief Accuses Trump of Creating 'Banana Republic'
"If it looks to you like the administration is using federal policymaking as a campaign tool, you're not alone."
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Parts of the Caribbean island of St. Martin were left flooded Wednesday after Hurricane Irma hit. News
Caribbean Islands Pleaded for Climate Action. Hurricane Irma Shows Why.
President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement on climate change was met with dismay among Caribbean leaders
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As Matthew Threatens, Florida Governor Slammed for Climate Denialism
Refusing to acknowledge the threat of global warming "would be irresponsible anywhere, but in a state like Florida, with so many people living by the coast, it borders on criminal negligence."
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