News You Can Use for July 23, 2016

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, July 23, 2016.

As the 2016 Republican National Convention comes to a close, there are some GOP faithful wondering if the time has come to walk away from the “Grand Ol’ Party”?

One thing is certain following the 2016 RNC – Donald Trump has plenty of followers, but our nation (and our party) is sorely lacking in leaders.

Donald Trump Jr. is the real winner in the aftermath of the convention.

What seems to really be irking the GOP establishment is that [score]Ted Cruz[/score] was able to expose the lie at the heart of the 2016 convention. Does anyone else find it odd that Cruz kicked off such a firestorm after doing exactly what he said he would and then telling voters to “vote their conscience”? Shouldn’t we all be voting our conscience?

Ted Cruz may have just made the same mistake that Ted Kennedy made following his presidential loss in 1980.

CNBC’s Larry Kudlow argues that Ted Cruz’s presidential aspirations are finished and that this is Donald Trump and Mike Pence’s moment.

The closing of the American mind.

Liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore seems awfully sure that Donald Trump is going to win the upcoming election. “I’m sorry to be the buzzkill here. But I think Trump is going to win. I’m sorry.”

Donald Trump’s message for America: “I am your voice.”

“I say these words to you tonight. I’m with you. I will fight for you. And I will win for you.”


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