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By Angelo Lopez on July 30, 2016

Here are more Republican critics of Donald Trump

A youtube video of Mitt Romney suggesting that Donald Trump's election could legitimize racism and misogyny, ushering in a change in the moral fabric of American society.

A youtube video of Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) joins MTP to discuss the shooting in an Orlando night club and Donald Trump's controversial candidacy for president.

A youtube video of John McCain talking about Donald Trump's comments on waterboarding.

A youtube video of Republican columnist David Brooks explaining why he doesn't support Donald Trump.

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By Angelo Lopez on July 30, 2016

Today I attended a forum in De Anza College for Filipino Americans to learn more about the new Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. Sponsored by National Alliance For Filipino Concerns Northern California, the Brotherhood for Duterte USA Chapter, the Digong Duterte Supporters NorCal and the Migrante Northern California, the De Anza forum talked about details of President Duterte’s agenda: programs that seek to help Filipino workers, farmers and overseas workers; describe his agrarian reform proposals; strengthen overseas consulates so it can better protect overseas Filipino workers from exploitaiton; and shift the balance of power from 200 families that control most of the Philippines’ economic and political power to the vast majority of people with little power.

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By Angelo Lopez on July 29, 2016

I got a chance to watch bits and pieces of both the Democratic and the Republican Conventions these past two weeks. The Democratic Convention was better run, with better speeches and the speakers were a greater representation of the diverse population of this country. The Republican Convention, though, had more drama, as many of the Republican Party have great antipathy towards their Republican nominee for President, Donald Trump. The most dramatic part of the Republican Convention was when Ted Cruz spoke and wouldn't endorse Donald Trump for President. Watching Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Mitch McConnell and many other leaders endorse Trump, in spite of their criticisms of his unsuitability for the office of the Presidency, I'm glad there was a speaker in the Convention who had the courage to take a stand against Trump. I just wish it wasn't Ted Cruz. I have to give grudging respect to Cruz, though, for being willing to take the criticism and hold firm in his beliefs.

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