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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Donald Trump did not enjoy the Democratic National Convention

Posted By on Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 8:27 AM

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He truly can't help himself. 

UPDATE: Booker responds with a whole lotta love. Via Politico: 
“Let me tell you right now: I love Donald Trump,” Booker said. “I don't want to answer his hate with hate. I’m going to answer it with love. I’m not going to answer his darkness with darkness. I love him. I know his kids, I know his family. They're good, the children especially, good people.”

“I love you, Donald. I pray for you. I hope that you find some kindness in your heart, that you’re not going to be somebody that spews out insults to your political opposition, that you’re going to start finding some ways to love,” Booker said. “I’m going to elevate him. I love you, I just don't want you to be my president. I don't want to you have the White House to be spewing that kind of mean-spirited hate that doesn’t even belong on a playground sandbox.”

“The reality is, I’m sorry, I’m just going to keep loving on him,” he continued. “I’m going to tell the truth about him, but I’m going to keep loving on him, praying for the best for him and his family. That kind of vitriol, that kind of meanness, has no place in the presidency. Bring it on, Donald. Show your truth. I’m going to show mine. Love you, brother.”
Sanders' two-word response, meanwhile: 

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