Tag: Gov. Martin O’Malley

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O’Malley: ‘We Are Far Better Than Trump’s Fascist Rhetoric’

Monday on  CNN’s Democratic presidential town hall, Democratic presidential candidate former Gov. Martin O’Malley described Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s rhetoric as “fascist.” O’Malley said, “I would say that time and time again in the history of the state of Iowa, Iowa has

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O’Malley: Trump ‘Charlatan,’ ‘Unscrupulous’ in Scapegoating Immigrants

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The Rundown With José Díaz-Balart,” Democratic presidential candidate former Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-MD) said Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is using the frustration and anger of the America public to “speak in such hate-filled language” about all Mexican American immigrants

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Martin O’Malley Signs Petition to Have Jon Stewart Moderate 2016 Debate

An online petition to have former Daily Show host Jon Stewart moderate a 2016 debate has been endorsed by nearly 200,000 people, including at least one Democratic presidential candidate. The petition, posted to Change.org, requests that Stewart be allowed to moderate

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Black Lives Matter Activist Who Stormed Netroots Nation Stage Is Convicted Felon

Tia Oso—the Black Lives Matter radical activist who made headlines when she hoisted herself onstage this past weekend to disrupt the Netroots Nation event featuring erstwhile Democrat presidential candidate Martin O’Malley—is a convicted felon who stole over $11,000 from a small non-profit she worked for years ago.

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Run Warren Run Group Closing Up Shop, Throws Support behind O’Malley or Sanders

A group aimed at drafting Sen. Elizabeth Warren into the presidential race is closing up shop, indicating there is no chance the Massachusetts Democrat will throw her hat in the ring for 2016. Instead, it will fall to underdogs Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley to attempt to reduce Hillary Clinton’s lead as the Democratic Party’s potential nominee.