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Senate panel that Bannon tried to use the company to suppress the black vote in key states. [Bruce] Carter’s story shows for the first time how an employee at Bannon’s former news site worked as an off-the-books political operative in the service of a similar goal. “Carter’s recollections and correspondence, which he shared after a falling-out with his fellow Trump supporters, provide a rare look inside the no-holds-barred nature of the Republican’s campaign and how it explored new ways to achieve an age-old political aim: getting the right voters to the polls—and keeping the wrong ones away. ‘If you can’t stomach Trump, just don’t vote for the other people and don’t vote at all,’ Carter, 47, recalls telling black voters. It’s the message he says the Trump campaign wanted him to deliver. ‘That’s what they wanted, that’s what they got.’ ... “The Trump campaign and the White House didn’t respond to repeated requests for comment. Bannon dismissed allegations that he sought to suppress the black vote, blaming their lower turnout on Clinton. ‘When you ask them why they didn’t vote for her or why they didn’t turn up, it’s because they didn’t like her policies,’ he told Bloomberg in an interview last week. Bannon didn’t respond to separate requests to explain his involvement with Carter.” https://bloom.bg/2xmb849 ****** A message from PhRMA: For more than 10 years, Medicare has provided prescription drug coverage for seniors. Competition continues to keep premiums low, but seniors are facing higher out-of-pocket spending.
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