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Chicago Tribune
Donald Trump's strategy for beating Hillary Clinton among female voters: Humiliationaround. But it's also unclear whether Trump is capable of thinking rationally o
Donald Trump's strategy for beating Hillary Clinton among female voters: Humiliation
Chicago Tribune / Posted 18 hours ago
around. But it's also unclear whether Trump is capable of thinking rationally on this particular topic. Washington Post Greg Sargent writes The Plum Line blog, a reported opinion blog with a liberal slant — what you might call “opinionated... Read more
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Slate
Polls Say Bernie Is More Electable Than Hillary. Don’t Believe Them.than is Hillary Clinton.” In recent days, several writers—Sahil Kapur in Bloom
Polls Say Bernie Is More Electable Than Hillary. Don’t Believe Them.
Slate / Posted 3 days ago
than is Hillary Clinton.” In recent days, several writers—Sahil Kapur in Bloomberg Politics, David Corn in Mother Jones, Greg Sargent in the Washington Post, Ed Kilgore in New York, and others—have sketched this argument. But is it true? Polls... Read more
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New York Magazine
National Political Parties Don’t Really Control Their Presidential Nominating ProcessesSchultz and Priebus. Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images; Alex Wong/Getty Images
National Political Parties Don’t Really Control Their Presidential Nominating Processes
New York Magazine / Posted 16 days ago
Schultz and Priebus. Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images; Alex Wong/Getty Images Earlier this week, the Washington Post's Greg Sargent wrote a stimulating post on the possibility of Bernie Sanders using his leverage over Hillary Clinton and the... Read more
17d
New York Magazine
Can Republicans Recover From Convention Chaos? Democrats Did in 1968Republicans out this year just because they could convene in total chaos. Phot
Can Republicans Recover From Convention Chaos? Democrats Did in 1968
New York Magazine / Posted 17 days ago
Republicans out this year just because they could convene in total chaos. Photo: MPI We learn from the Washington Post's Greg Sargent today that the pro–Hillary Clinton super-pac Priorities USA is already developing ad copy mocking the likely... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Sanders takes the wrong swipe at Clintonand voters to decide. But with the exception of the Iraq vote, this isn't best
Sanders takes the wrong swipe at Clinton
Calgary Sun / Posted 21 days ago
and voters to decide. But with the exception of the Iraq vote, this isn't best read as a personal attack on Clinton. As Greg Sargent at The Washington Post put it, Sanders is making "an indictment of our entire political system," including... Read more
23d
The Huffington Post
Did Bernie Sanders Botch An Interview With The Daily News? It's Not That Simple.than democratic socialists. Clinton does not get the same question, though it a
Did Bernie Sanders Botch An Interview With The Daily News? It's Not That Simple.
The Huffington Post / Posted 23 days ago
than democratic socialists. Clinton does not get the same question, though it applies equally to her more moderate agenda. (Greg Sargent notes that he has raised concerns about this with regard to Clinton.) The answer that Sanders gives -- and gave... Read more
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Salon.com
“Good luck with that”: Donald Trump’s new immigration proposal is impractical and repugnantwon’t mean that everyone will stop sending it – they’ll just find other, less l
“Good luck with that”: Donald Trump’s new immigration proposal is impractical and repugnant
Salon.com / Posted 24 days ago
won’t mean that everyone will stop sending it – they’ll just find other, less legal ways to do it. The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent talked to some immigration experts who pointed out the many loopholes, legal and illegal, that people will... Read more
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New York Magazine
There Are New Signs That Trump Is Indeed Energizing Democratsof an extremist presidency occupied by either a white-identity politician or a
There Are New Signs That Trump Is Indeed Energizing Democrats
New York Magazine / Posted 28 days ago
of an extremist presidency occupied by either a white-identity politician or a throwback to Barry Goldwater. Now via Greg Sargent comes some data from Stan Greenberg on engagement in the election indicating the Trump Factor could indeed be... Read more
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Canberra Times
Beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybeHouse likely will not deliver – even a narrow majority of non-college white vot
Beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybe
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
House likely will not deliver – even a narrow majority of non-college white voters views Trump unfavourably. The Post's Greg Sargent writes: "Trump is viewed unfavourably by at least 80 per cent of some of the groups Republican strategists had... Read more
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29d
Chicago Tribune
Nobody likes Donald Trump. Not even white men.change. And some Democrats are urging a tougher approach to Trump right now, to
Nobody likes Donald Trump. Not even white men.
Chicago Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
change. And some Democrats are urging a tougher approach to Trump right now, to make sure they don't. Washington Post Greg Sargent writes The Plum Line blog for The Washington Post, a reported opinion blog with a liberal slant -- what you... Read more
29d
WA Today
Beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybeHouse likely will not deliver – even a narrow majority of non-college white vot
Beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybe
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
House likely will not deliver – even a narrow majority of non-college white voters views Trump unfavourably. The Post's Greg Sargent writes: "Trump is viewed unfavourably by at least 80 per cent of some of the groups Republican strategists had... Read more
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29d
Sydney Morning Herald
Beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybeof non-college white voters views Trump unfavourably. A Trump supporter in Wis
Beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybe
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
of non-college white voters views Trump unfavourably. A Trump supporter in Wisconsin on Wednesday. Photo: AP The Post's Greg Sargent writes: "Trump is viewed unfavourably by at least 80 per cent of some of the groups Republican strategists had... Read more
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29d
Brisbane Times
The beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybeHouse likely will not deliver – even a narrow majority of non-college white vot
The beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybe
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 days ago
House likely will not deliver – even a narrow majority of non-college white voters views Trump unfavourably. The Post's Greg Sargent writes: "Trump is viewed unfavourably by at least 80 per cent of some of the groups Republican strategists had... Read more
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29d
The Age
The beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybeof non-college white voters views Trump unfavourably. A Trump supporter in Wis
The beginning of the end of Donald Trump's bid for the White House ... maybe
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
of non-college white voters views Trump unfavourably. A Trump supporter in Wisconsin on Wednesday. Photo: AP The Post's Greg Sargent writes: "Trump is viewed unfavourably by at least 80 per cent of some of the groups Republican strategists had... Read more
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29d
Breitbart
Washington Post Writer: Nobody Likes Donald TrumpThe Washington Post opinion writer Greg Sargent calls GOP frontrunner Donald Tr
Washington Post Writer: Nobody Likes Donald Trump
Breitbart / Posted 29 days ago
The Washington Post opinion writer Greg Sargent calls GOP frontrunner Donald Trump a “nightmare nominee,” arguing that “not even white men” like Trump. “Donald Trump would be ‘the least popular major party nominee in modern times,’ today’s Post... Read more

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