Rather than excluding, Democrats are looking to bring as many into the party as they can: Democracy's many voices rather than an oligarch's one.
"His neo-fascistic tendencies make him the most divisive and scary of any serious presidential candidate in American history."
"I was there, I didn't see any discord. I just saw a bunch of white people having a good time, that's all I saw. "
"The Democrats are in a total meltdown but the biased media will say how great they are doing! E-mails say the rigged system is alive & well!"
"We cannot salute the Republican nominee or pretend that we might endorse him this fall. A Trump presidency would be dangerous for the nation and the world"
"It was a terrifying speech, a dark vision of...a mythical America that does not really exist"
"I have a message for all of you: the crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end. Beginning on January 20th 2017, safety will be restored"
To turn one of the GOP's favorite misogynist tropes around on them, what did Trump think was going to happen?
The GOP convention has introduced the banana republican idea that political opponents should not be merely denigrated, but arrested.
Republicans inadvertently draw extra attention to Donald Trump's flaming racism with a sign that suggests (surely incorrectly) they are segregating people.
In a letter dated July 12, for a convention that starts days away on July 18, the RNC sent a letter to billionaire Sheldon Adelson begging for 6 million dollars.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump announced that he has filled the speaking slots at the Republican convention. He also claimed that there was a "long waiting list."