Oct 15, 2015

Trump has a new target: Bernie Sanders - SFGate

Speaking in front of about 5,000 people at a rally at the Richmond International Raceway in Virginia Wednesday evening, Trump went after the independent senator from Vermont, who, like Trump, has defied political convention with his strong grassroots support and massive crowds. The appearance marked Trump's first campaign appearance in the state, which has an especially high bar for candidates...

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