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Ouch. Condoleezza Rice has a message for Donald Trump and the GOP:
Enough! Donald Trump should not be President. He should withdraw.
As a Republican, I hope to support someone who has the dignity and stature to run for the highest office in the greatest democracy on earth.
Is Donald Trump’s campaign for the White House over?
Yikes: Democrats are starting the final campaign stretch with a 5-to-1 advantage in paid staff members!
The National Review argues that the ghost of Donald Trump will haunt the GOP for many years to come. The UK’s the Telegraph seems to agree with the National Review, as conservative pundit Tim Stanley argues that Trump’s collapse could destroy the entire conservative movement.
At the very least, Donald Trump has lost the support of Mormons in the West.
However, GOP insiders are not as worried about Mr. Trump’s latest faux pas. His comments are a problem, but it’s not a “knockout punch.”
[score]Paul Ryan[/score] (R-WI) was heckled by supporters of Donald Trump at a recent campaign rally in Wisconsin.
Young women are experience higher rates of mental illness than ever before.
A study released at the end of September found that 30 percent of women aged 16 to 24 in the U.K. suffered from mental illness. This is similar to the rate at which women in America reportedly suffer from mental illness.
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