News From: Donald Trump

by Press and Media | on Jun 09, 2016

Trump the deadbeat builder

A USA TODAY NETWORK investigation has found hundreds of cases in which Donald Trump and his businesses are accused of failing to pay people for their work.Donald Trump casts himself as a protector of...

by Alexis Barrau | on May 25, 2016

Who should African Americans vote for

Election season is here and the world has been shaken up by candidates on both sides. If you have paid attention to any news outlet, you would know how powerful the Trump following has become. He isn...

by Brian Young | on Apr 15, 2016

Trump secrecy forces reporter to quit

On April 12th, the New York Observer made the “bold” decision to endorse Donald Trump, the father-in-law of owner Jared Kushner.  The fallout from the endorsement was swift as within...

by Brian Young | on Apr 13, 2016

Preventing violence

Across the country, Donald Trump rallies have been marred by violence and protests.  Rallies have been canceled, protestors have been hurt, and police have been in the middle of it.  At...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 07, 2016

They live among us

On April 6th Donald Trump brought his circus to Long Island, New York. UCOMM  sent reporters Brian Young and Ryan Birch to the event to talk to attendees who are supporting Trump and ask if...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 05, 2016

12,000 racist on Long Island

Usually when we here at UCOMM send out our 5 pm workweek text we hone in on one specific issue. Today, although not a light news day, a few events are of some importance to working people and the...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 04, 2016

National Border Patrol Council wants RTW

On March 30th, the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) made an unprecedented endorsement.  For the first time in the unions history they chose to make an endorsement in the Presidential...

by Press and Media | on Mar 28, 2016

Not Chicago 1968, but Berlin 1932

This article first appeared in The Atlantic by Robert J. S. RossThe cautionary tale now engaging progressive, Democratic forces in the face of a probable Donald Trump presidential nomination has been...

by Brian Young | on Mar 16, 2016

Public Enemy No. 1

During a political campaign, candidates are often MIA from their day jobs.  When you are the sitting Governor of a state these stories usually get amplified.  You have to make tough choices...

by AFL-CIO | on Mar 10, 2016

AFL-CIO takes on Trump

While campaigning in South Carolina, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was asked about “right to work.” His response? “I like right to work. My position on right to...

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