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ADL Asks Trump to Dump ‘America First’ Slogan Reminiscent of WWII Anti-Semitism

ADL asks Trump to dump America First sloganThe Anti-Defamation League called on Donald Trump to abjure the term “America First,” noting its unsavory World War II-era association with anti-Semitism.

“The undercurrents of anti-Semitism and bigotry that characterized the America First movement – including the assumption that Jews who opposed the movement had their own agenda and were not acting in America’s best interest – is fortunately not a major concern today,” the ADL said in an April 28 statement.

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Obama roasts the media, RNC and, of course, Trump at annual dinner

Obama at Correspondence DinnerIt was President Barack Obama’s final White House Correspondents’ Dinner as president – and he hopes the country will be around to see another one.

“It’s an honor to be at my last, and perhaps the last correspondents’ dinner. You all look great; the end of the Republic has never looked better,” he said, kicking off his remarks Saturday night at the 102nd annual event that brings together journalists, politicians and celebrities for a dinner and celebration at the Washington Hilton.

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Violence follows California Trump rally, about 20 arrested

Violence at CA Trump rallyRaucous protesters and supporters of Donald Trump violently confronted each other in California leading to some 20 arrests as the Republican presidential contender brought his campaign to conservative Orange County.

Dozens of protesters were mostly peaceful Thursday during the speech. Late in the evening, however, the demonstration grew rowdy and spilled into the streets.

Approximately 20 people were arrested by Costa Mesa police, according to a tweet from the Orange County Sheriff's Department. One Trump supporter had his face bloodied in a scuffle as he tried to drive out of the arena. One man jumped on a police car, leaving its front and rear windows smashed and the top dented in and other protests sprayed graffiti on a police car and the Pacific Amphitheatre's marquee.

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Donald Trump: The Cry-Bully

The Cry BullyOn May 4, 2009, @realDonaldTrump toddled out into our world. Back then, Twitter was still seen as a buggy curiosity making grandiose promises that no one took seriously. So too was Donald Trump. When the two met, there were no sparks, at least none right away. @realDonaldTrump emitted two polite toot-toots of self-promotion, and then rested for four days.

“Be sure to tune in and watch Donald Trump on Late Night with David Letterman as he presents the Top Ten List tonight!”

“Donald Trump will be appearing on The View tomorrow morning to discuss Celebrity Apprentice and his new book Think Like a Champion!”

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Trump fails to impress foreign-policy experts

Trump foreign policy speechIn his address to an elite, invitation-only Washington foreign policy audience Wednesday, Donald Trump promised that, as president, he would restore a "coherent" vision to America's role in the world.

But across the ideological spectrum, and even among natural allies, Trump's speech received a failing grade for coherence and drew snickering and scorn from foreign policy insiders who remain unconvinced that Trump is up to the job.

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Trump routs rivals in Northeast; Clinton carries 3 states

Trump and Hillary win northeastIn a front-runner's rout, Republican Donald Trump roared to victory Tuesday in five contests across the Northeast, keeping the billionaire firmly on his narrow path to the GOP nomination. Hillary Clinton was dominant in a trio of Democratic races, ceding only Rhode Island to rival Bernie Sanders, with Connecticut too close to call.

Trump's and Clinton's wins propelled them ever closer to a general election showdown. Still, Sanders, as well as Republicans Ted Cruz and John Kasich, have vowed to keep running, even as opportunities to topple the leaders dwindle.

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Federal Judge Upholds Voter ID Law In North Carolina

NC voter ID law upheldA federal judge upheld a North Carolina law on Monday that requires voters to show certain forms of photo identification at the polls, in a key victory for Republicans in a presidential election year who say the law is needed to prevent fraud.

The case tested a central piece of broad voting restrictions passed after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2013 that North Carolina and other states with a history of discrimination no longer needed federal approval for voting law changes affecting minorities.

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