On Monday, Donald Trump proposed blocking all Muslims from entering the U.S. for an indefinite period of time.
This proposal was almost universally criticized or condemned by every imaginable figure spanning the entire U.S. political spectrum from Bernie Sanders to Hillary Clinton to Paul Ryan to Dick Cheney. The White House said Trump’s statement “disqualifies” him from being President. Representatives from all over the world also weighed in to chastise the leading Republican Presidential candidate for what many view as dangerous and provocative rhetoric.
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Russian aggression in Ukraine has provided yet another theater for political mudslinging in Washington D.C. As per usual, more energy has been spent pinning
the blame across the aisle than offering up concrete solutions. Some Republicans fault Obama for being too soft while a handful of Democrats regard the problem as a general weariness in foreign policy caused by the recently concluded Iraq War. Both have (to a degree)...
Despite recent unflattering-approval ratings in state polls, for the first time in over a year, President Obama will return to Minnesota next week.
The Star Tribune has the full report:
The President will visit the Twin Cities on Wednesday, Feb. 26 to discuss the economy -- he is expected to speak in St. Paul.
Obama has toured the country in recent weeks, pitching the economic plans he unveiled in his State of the Union address. Among his stops...