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Trump and Syrian Refugees

September 21, 2016 // As-Safir - Lebanon - Arabic

Trump will not be the first (in the event he reaches the White House and he delivers on his campaign promises) president to enact racist laws that place restrictions on immigrants of specific ethnic groups during his reign.

The Daisy, the Mushroom Cloud and Trump

September 13, 2016 // Le Journal de Montréal - Canada - French

The Republican presidential candidate is a burden to his party in 2016 ... his opponent's advertisements will continue to target the best source of material for attacking Donald Trump: Donald Trump.

Mudslinging Among US Presidential Rivals

January 25, 2016 // Al Hayat - Pan Arab - Arabic

After U.S. presidential candidates have spent months trading accusations, insults, and one-ups, the elections have entered the countdown stage. In less than a month, the primaries will begin, when party delegates from each state choose their nominee for president. Next month, February, will give a clear indication [Read more]

In the US, the Jackpot of Campaign Ads

October 16, 2015 // Le Monde - France - French

A tea party member musing that a Democratic challenger uses taxpayer money to “give Viagra to pedophiles and rapists”; a Democratic presidential contender accused of obtaining Vietnam War decorations on the basis of lies; a candidate for governor who wanted to create “gas chambers” for the “mass euthanasia” [Read more]