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The End Of Trump's Impunity

He started his campaign by describing Mexicans who come to America as rapists. He has not apologized. He publicly questioned the birthplace and citizenship of the country's first African-American president for five years. Even after the provision of a birth certificate. He has not apologized. He insulted the mother of an American soldier who died serving his country. He did not apologize.
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