Will this presidential election be the most important in American history?
Originally posted at Conservative Review
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) greeted Donald Trump as the presumptive Republican nominee for president with a barrage of blistering comments posted on social media forecasting a major theme of the Democrat’s attack as well as her possible selection as Hillary Clinton’s choice for vice president.
On her Facebook and Twitter accounts, following Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) suspending his campaign after Trump’s decisive victory in the Indiana primary, Warren said, “Trump has built his campaign on racism, sexism, and xenophobia. There’s more enthusiasm for him among leaders of the KKK than leaders of the political party he now controls.”
Central to Warren’s effort is to keep negative feelings about Trump high with key demographic groups in order to attract and drive voters to the polls. The latter point is especially important since turnout in the Democrat primaries is far lower than the Republican primary turnout.
Warren’s claims that Trump is a racist carries the most potential damage for the presumptive GOP nominee since it brings high emotion while covering many ethnic groups including blacks and Latinos.
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