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And I’d like to say to women out there everywhere: Don’t allow these right-wing talking heads, these dishonourable people, to intimidate you or scare you. In her original speech, stalwart politician Ms Waters – a US House Representative since 1991 who became a California House representative in 1977 – was explaining why Trump supporters are not patriotic.The 78-year-old said: “When we fight against this president, and when we point out how dangerous he is for this society, and for this country, we are fighting for the democracy. “We are saying to those who say they are patriotic, [who] turn a blind eye to the destruction that he is about to cause this country, ‘you are not nearly as patriotic as we are’.” Mr O’Reilly was appearing on The TV personality has since apologised and said in a statement: “As I have said many times, I respect congresswoman Maxine Waters for being sincere in her beliefs.• Inappropriate and/or derogatory remarks about someone's performance.• Abuse of authority or power by those in positions of seniority, or • Deliberately excluding someone from meetings or communications without good reason.In an emailed response, Stone said the lawsuit is without merit.He said his organization is not coordinating with the Trump campaign or any official GOP organizations.
Speaking at a National Rifle Association conference earlier this year, Trump assured gun owners they had "a true friend and champion in the White House.""No longer will federal agencies be coming after law-abiding gun owners," Trump said, according to CNN.
The state party said that absent court intervention, voters would be subjected to “intimidation, threats, and perhaps even force at the hands of vigilante ‘poll watchers’ and ‘ballot integrity’ volunteers on Election Day.”Ohio Republican Party spokeswoman Brittany Warner called the lawsuit “a publicity stunt” and said the party is not involved in such voter intimidation.
Pennsylvania Republicans called the lawsuit “a desperate effort by the Democrats in the face of eroding support for Hillary Clinton.”Messages left Monday with Trump’s national and Ohio campaigns were not immediately returned.
In a federal lawsuit filed in Cleveland, the Ohio Democratic Party accused Trump and Republicans of conspiring to threaten, intimidate and prevent minority voters from casting ballots in the perennial battleground state.
The complaint cited comments Trump has made at rallies in Ohio and elsewhere.“In the months leading up to the 2016 election, Trump has made an escalating series of statements, often racially tinged, suggesting that his supporters should go to particular precincts on Election Day and intimidate voters,” the Ohio lawsuit alleged.