Republicans Meltdown As Donald Trump Calls Jeb Bush’s Wife An “Illegal Mexican”

The Republican Party tried to take precautions to keep the crazy out of their 2016 primary, but instead they got themselves a crazy racist who has a big pile of money.

Donald Trump speaking at CPAC 2011 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Gage Skidmore)

Donald Trump continues to wreck the Republican Party. His most recent move was to post a tweet claiming that because of his wife, Jeb Bush likes “illegal Mexicans.” The Wrap captured Trump’s tweet where he quoted another user who said Bush likes illegal Mexicans because of his wife: Trump deleted the tweet, but as almost everyone already knows,

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You’re Fired: NBC Cuts Ties With Donald Trump Over Mexican Remarks

“NBC is weak and, like everybody else, is trying to be politically correct. That is why our country is in serious trouble.”

US television network NBCUniversal has ended its relationship with real estate developer Donald Trump and his Miss USA and Miss Universe shows after controversial remarks he made in announcing his 2016 presidential bid. The pageants, which were part of a joint venture between NBC and Trump, would no longer air on NBC "due to the recent derogatory

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Univision Drops Miss USA Pageant Following “Insulting Remarks About Mexican Immigrants” By Donald Trump

In an interview scheduled to air Sunday on Telemundo’s “Enfoque con José Díaz-Balart,” Trump said that “many bad people are coming in” from Mexico and elsewhere.

Donald Trump, left, and Miss Connecticut USA Erin Brady pose onstage after Brady won the 2013 Miss USA pageant in Las Vegas, Nev

NEW YORK — Donald Trump's fledgling GOP presidential bid quickly led to business fallout for him, with Univision saying it will drop the Miss USA pageant from its UniMas network and cut all ties with Trump over comments on Mexican immigrants. The company said Thursday it was canceling its Spanish-language coverage of the pageant July 12. It also

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Ex-Gang Member, Author Rejects “Austerity Approach” In Bid For Calif. Governor

Forty years ago, Luis Rodriguez was running with gangs, spending time in jail and using heroin, but now he’s running as a third-party candidate in the California gubernatorial elections.

SYLMAR, Calif. -- Luis J. Rodriguez's life has always been full of contradictions. His parents — one of them “an emotionally-charged, border woman,” the other a “stoic, unmoved, unfeeling intellectual” — were a “dichotomous couple” whose “two sides created a life-long conflict in my breast,” Rodriguez wrote in “Always Running,” his best-selling

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