Donald Trump has doomed his candidacy by promoting a "speech of hate and divisiveness," irrevocably alienating himself from the vast majority of Hispanic voters, according to one of America's top Hispanic news executives.
The Supreme Court will announce its ruling on a controversial Texas abortion law Monday morning as it closes out a term that may be remembered for how justices struggled with a divided court after the death of Antonin Scalia in February.
If immigration wasn't already the most important wedge issue in the 2016 election, the Supreme Court's 4-4 ruling on President Obama's Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) executive order just solidified immigration's status as the nation's most divisive issue. The one-sentence "decision" will turn this election into a fierce war of identity politics with Hillary Clinton's Latino base pitched against Donald Trump's white male supporters.
Washington PostTrump campaign's claim that State Department gave $55.2 million to Laureate Education after hiring Bill ClintonWashington Post“As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton laundered money to Bill Clinton through Laureate Education, while Bill Clinton was an honorary chairman of the group. Clinton's State Department provided $55.2 million in grants to Laureate Education from 2010-2012.