Trump, Hillary and the First Amendment: The First Amendment vs. the First World
Trump has a knack for drawing the line at certain things, like his claim that women don’t get the job at his casinos.
But he’s not just against abortion rights, he also wants to see what happens when he and the rest of the Republican Party tries to enforce a version of “no exceptions” in states like Indiana, Michigan and South Dakota.
Trump has been talking a lot lately about the First American Revolution, but in a recent interview with Fox News, he was asked if the Founding Fathers thought of the idea of “free speech” as something they would defend.
“No, I think freedom of speech is very much part of the First Amendments.
It’s something we should be very proud of,” Trump said.
The presumptive GOP nominee added, “I think freedom is very, very important.
And I think people have the right to express themselves, and it’s something that I think is very important.”
That’s a different tone from the one he’s had about his own views.
In March, he said the First Americans should have a “peaceful revolution,” but then said he doesn’t like the idea.
The Republican National Committee issued a statement calling Trump’s comments “offensive and wrong.”
In addition to his anti-abortion views, Trump has also been known to speak about the Holocaust and the Second Amendment.
In a tweet, he wrote that he thinks the Second amendment is “so important because we are in the middle of a Civil War, and the people of this country are in a terrible state of mind.
And so if I were president, I would take away the Second, and I would do that very quickly.
But I don’t want to get involved in that.
I don�t want to take that away from the people.
I think it�s a very important thing.”
The National Rifle Association has said it will not be backing Trump.
The NRA, however, does support Trump in some respects.
For example, it has endorsed Trump in recent elections, calling him “one of the most principled presidential candidates on the ballot.”
And the NRA endorsed him for vice president in 2014, saying that he was “the best candidate to lead this nation forward.”
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