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Trump update 4/14/2016..Delegate rules were made to be broken

Thursday, April 14, 2016 18:18
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Donald Trump at the 2016 New York State Republican Gala (4-14-16)

New poll: Trump extends lead, Clinton-Sanders tightening
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Tulane University fraternity causes uproar on campus after erecting ‘Trump wall’ that reads ‘Make America Great Again’

The wall has since been torn down by unidentified individuals alleged to be Tulane football players.

In a video posted to YouTube, individuals can be seen grabbing the sandbags and tossing them into the street while fraternity members look on, one saying ‘this is private property.’

‘These connotations most directly mocked the experiences of Latino immigrants and workers throughout our nation,’ a post on student Ana De Santiago’s Facebook read.

‘By writing Trump in large, red letters across the “wall,” KA changed what was a tradition of building a wall into a tradition of constructing a border, symbolizing separation and xenophobia.

‘This issue not only affects Latinos but all other marginalized immigrant groups in this country.

‘In Trump’s own words, “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best…they’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime. They’re rapists” – taken from Trump’s speech announcing his presidential candidacy, June 2015.

The Kappa Alpha Order fraternity chapter at Tulane University caused an uproar this week after building a wall made of sandbags with the message 'Make America Great Again and 'Trump' plastered across it (pictured)

No Charges Against Donald Trump Campaign Manager

Trump Accuser and Fox News Host Spar over Trump

Former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields accused Greta Van Susteren of being a “shill” for Donald Trump’s campaign late Wednesday evening, after the Fox News anchor urged Fields not to bring a civil defamation lawsuit against either Trump or campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who last month was charged with misdemeanor battery for a run-in following a campaign event in Florida last month.

Earlier Wednesday, POLITICO reported that a Florida prosecutor has decided not to prosecute Lewandowski and will announce the decision later Thursday afternoon.

By Wednesday evening, TheBlaze reported that Fields said she was looking to sue both the candidate and his campaign manager for defaming her character throughout the episode. Lewandowski tweeted that Fields was “delusional” with her account of events, while Trump himself questioned whether the bruises on Fields’ arm came from the alleged grabbing incident at his golf club.

“Anyone encouraging Michelle Fields to bring a civil law suit is not doing her a favor,” Van Susteren wrote in a post on her website. “She does not want to take the stand in a civil case, subject to rigorous cross examination, that is likely to be on television to discuss a case that the DA won’t prosecute because he does not believe the evidence shows assault. Yes, the burden of proof is less in a civil case, but she is just not going to win and it will be expensive and a heartache.”

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