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    06-26-2016, 11:27 PM
    From reading that article, to me it doesn't seem clear that there will be no mass deportations. He just said he won't call it mass deportation. But it does sound like there's a possibility that he won't deport everyone that's here illegally because he only mentioned getting rid of bad dudes. I think we need some clarification from Trump these comments from this article.
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    06-07-2016, 12:04 PM
    From what I see on CNN and from my liberal friends, it appears they don't want Trump. To me this would be evidence that they'd vote for clinton and not the libertarian party. But this is just my observation. I think it may depend on Bernie supporters. Will they back clinton or someone else?
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    06-06-2016, 03:56 PM
    I didn't see them fighting each other. They were fighting a guy in a white shirt who was out of the scene when they started chanting Bernie. The two Hispanic guys chanting Bernie weren't fighting each other.
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    06-06-2016, 03:47 PM
    Where did Trump say he wants to add exceptions to abortion and was it recent? But wouldn't a conservative judge like the one GW appointed still be better than any liberal judge Hillary could appoint? Renee is one example, but are there other examples of rinos being led to Congress or other parts of govt by Trump and his supporters?
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    06-06-2016, 03:44 PM
    How do you figure that the left would vote for the libertarian party more so than the right based on the issues? I don't know if the left would vote for libertarians than Clinton because it seems that the left do not want Trump at all, and if that is the case why would they vote for libertarians and risk getting Trump into the white house than voting for clinton and have a better chance at defeating Trump. If the Bernie supporters do not want to vote for clinton, then I could see a chance of them voting libertarian or another 3rd party.
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    06-06-2016, 03:37 PM
    Do you have any evidence of this being the case?
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    06-06-2016, 12:26 PM
    If we don't vote for Trump or vote 3rd party, do you think it's a vote for Hillary? For those that say no to my original questions and to this question, what reasons or proof do you have to support your belief?
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    06-06-2016, 11:49 AM
    Could it be possible that Trump has truly changed his views from his Democratic past? If so, could he help the anti-abortion cause since he's said he's against abortion and even said he'd want planned parenthood defunded? The issue with Clinton getting elected is her pro abortion stance and getting liberal judges into supreme Court positions. Don't you think these reasons would justify Trump being the better candidate and the one we should vote for to help stop or prevent the above by Clinton?
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    06-06-2016, 10:12 AM
    Is Trump better than Hillary? Would it be better to vote for Trump in the general election than Hillary due to Trump being against abortion, appointment of conservative judges, and possibly helping the Republicans and conservatives (at least some like Rand Paul) to keep and grow their influence in politics?
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