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[See NewsBusters for more.] MSNBC on Friday used the unfolding shooting spree in Munich to bash the Republican Party and connect the GOP convention to it.



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[See NewsBusters for more.] After a week of trashing Republicans as racist and “mutinous,” a giddy Chris Matthews ended MSNBC’s GOP convention on a high note, eagerly anticipating the way more “fun” Democratic convention next week. Late Thursday night, Matthews enthused, “Philly’s going to be fun. I think it’s going to be a lot of fun.



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On the July 22, 2016 edition of CBS This Morning, the crew depicted Donald Trump's acceptance speech as "dark" and "focused more on threats than hope."

 





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Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka delivered her highly anticipated speech Thursday night before the Republican National Convention. She used her speech to briefly push the gender pay gap myth and later that night CNN commentator, and Black Lives Matter supporter, Bakari Sellers tried to wield it against her father. “What she did do was, she gave a speech that was Hillary Clinton's speech,” he stated, “Donald Trump on his campaign pays his female staffers a third less than his men.



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[See NewsBusters for more.] In the same episode that Bill Maher attacked Republicans as mentally retarded and compared them to Nazis, he insisted that this election will be a “referendum on decency.” In a live, post-Republican National Convention edition of HBO’s Real Time, Maher on Thursday lamented, “This whole election to me is a referendum on decency. Just fundamental decency.



Thursday marked the final day of the Republican National Convention and Donald Trump himself was the grand finale. Trump’s speech was well received by the crowd but CNN commentator Van Jones wasn’t having any of it. “I've never felt this way in my life,” Jones stated, “You're either inspired by this or you're terrified by it. I’m terrified by it.” It was all a part of a rant he delivered on CNN’ America’s Choice 2016 programming.



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