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Is Trump’s Hatred Toward Hillary Clinton Endangering Americans, Mainly 9/11 First Responders?

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Is Trump’s Hatred Toward Hillary Clinton Endangering Americans, Mainly 9/11 First Responders?Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling “Hatred is the coward’s revenge for being intimidated.” -George Bernard Shaw Donald Trump may be out of time and out of targets as his election campaign stalls, but it does not mean he is out of hatred for Hillary Clinton. During his last campaign stop in Nevada, the president said he can now get more “vicious” since the Democrats are trying to “rig” the election, and then led his supporters in a chant to “lock her (Clinton) up” during a rant on how his political adversaries should be imprisoned. Critics consequently warn his hatred of all things associated with the former Democratic presidential nominee might be putting thousands of Americans...
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