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Friday, June 17, 2016

Clinton campaign: One year of Trump is enough

The Hill
By Jesse Byrnes
June 16, 2016

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign says one year of Donald Trump's White House campaign was enough.

The campaign on Thursday released a video highlighting controversial comments from Trump in each of the 12 months since he launched his presidential bid exactly one year ago.

The video starts with Trump describing Mexican immigrants as rapists and other criminals in his remarks launching his campaign and shows him questioning Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) status as a war hero, calling for a "deportation force" for illegal immigrants and outlining his proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from the U.S., among others.

The last incendiary remark referenced is Trump accusing President Obama of putting the nation's enemies ahead of its allies in combatting terrorism following a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando.

"Twelve months of Donald is enough. We can't afford four years," the video concludes.

Trump earlier Thursday released a lengthy Facebook post reminiscing about his White House campaign a year after launching it, noting that he defeated more than a dozen "experienced and talented candidates" running in the GOP primary.

"My campaign has been one of honesty and substance," Trump stated. "We have created much-needed dialogue around the important issues facing our country.

"You’ve seen my leadership in setting the agenda this whole political season, on both sides of the aisle," the presumptive Republican nominee continued, taking credit for a focus on illegal immigration, drug trafficking, the effects of trade deals and other topics.

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