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New Lincoln Project ad offers hopeful message about sending ‘weak’ Trump packing

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The Lincoln Project on Wednesday released a new ad that offered Americans hope that the country can be put back together after President Donald Trump is defeated in November.

The ad starts by talking about all the times that the United States has overcome “the forces of hatred, fear, and oppression,” and suggests that yet another victory over those forces is just around the corner.

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“We are strong, he is weak,” the ad states. “We are many, he is failing.”

The ad then shows Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris and says, “We will defeat Trump… we will begin anew, as America always does. We will heal, recover and rebuild.”

Watch the video below.


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MSNBC’s Morning Joe demands producers take down White House whitewash of Jared Kushner’s ‘racist’ remarks

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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough didn't want to hear the White House attempt to clean up Jared Kushner's "racist" comments.

President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior White House adviser told Fox News on Monday the administration's policies could help Black Americans who wanted success, and Scarborough and his "Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski were appalled.

"Wow," Brzezinski said. "So the White House responded in a statement that read in part, quote, 'It is disgusting to see internet trolls taking senior adviser Jared Kushner --"

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Here’s why the 2020 election has been so painful

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Donald Trump is not the central problem in American politics, and neither is the 2020 presidential election, as dire and urgent as those things seem at the moment. Our real problem is that our democracy is not a democracy, and that many Americans — most of them, I would argue — feel powerless, disenfranchised and despairing, confronted with a dysfunctional system that thrives on massive inequality and serves the interests only of the richest and most powerful. Those systemic problems made Trump's presidency possible in the first place, and created the circumstances that make this election seem like a last-ditch struggle against autocracy.
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‘We’re watching an incumbent self-destruct’: Expert who predicted Trump’s 2016 victory has bad news for the president

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With Election Day just one week away, polls signal that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will take the Oval Office. President Donald Trump's supporters are pointing to the outcome of the 2016 election in hopes that the president will defy the odds. Democratic voters are also on edge because they, too, vividly remember the upsetting outcome of that election.

Now, the polling guru who predicted Trump's 2016 win is admitting that he, too, is betting on a Biden win. During a recent interview, Dave Wasserman, a polling expert who analyzes Congressional races polls via the non-partisan Cook Political Report, has revealed just how difficult it will be for Trump to win the upcoming election.

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