Trump can be defeated, says retreat hosted by CPUSA

 
BY:Chauncey K. Robinson| May 20, 2016
Trump can be defeated, says retreat hosted by CPUSA

How likely is a Trump win? What would a Trump presidency look like? What’s at stake for working people across America if an extreme right-winger like him is allowed to take the highest office in the land? These questions and more were discussed in a meeting of Florida activists at a retreat hosted by the Communist Party USA from May 13 through May 15. Click here to read to the article at Peoplesworld.org.

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    Chauncey K. Robinson believes that writing, in any capacity, should help to reflect the world around us, and be one of the tools to help bring about progressive change. Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, she has a strong belief in people power and working class strength. As a social media content creator and writer for People's World she seeks to make sure that topics that affect working class people, peoples of color, and women are constantly in the spotlight and part of the discussion.

Comments (2)

John Merrick | May 20, 2016 at 4:56 PM

If you are a worker’s party, why deride the strongest voice for workers (Trump) and the *only one* talking about bringing jobs back to the United States? What is your logic here?

    Joe Sims | June 01, 2016 at 5:28 PM

    Trump, the anti-union bigot a voice for workers? You’ve got to be joking.

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