These are grumblers, malcontents, following their own sinful desires; they are loud-mouthed boasters, showing favoritism to gain advantage.The previous paragraph is:
Donald Trump’s rally here began with the candidate asking all attendees to raise their hands and take an oath to vote for him, while extended barriers cordoned off the press and plainclothes private intelligence officers scoured the crowd for protesters.
These new tactics, which the Trump campaign has introduced over the past week, represent refinements by Trump and his staff in their quest to control the atmosphere and message of his often unruly rallies. They come in the wake of an altercation between a photographer and a Secret Service agent at a Trump event, and at a time when the emboldened candidate has escalated confrontations with protesters, leaving his podium to stare them down at his two most recent rallies and repeatedly lamenting that his supporters cannot retaliate against them.
If Mr. Clinton’s line of attack was familiar – that Mr. Sanders dismisses all critics as being part of “the establishment” – the former president added some sharp language at a small rally here at Elon University law school. He argued that Mr. Sanders was ducking arguments over his health care plan and other domestic proposals, then kicked his speech up a notch as he accused Mr. Sanders of resorting to name-calling with his tirades against the “establishment.”
“That’s killing America, that kind of politics,” Mr. Clinton said after describing Mr. Sanders’s rejection of skeptical reports by liberal economists on his Medicare-for-all plan. “That’s what the Republicans do all the time –
they just call each other names. Let’s have a conversation.”
Price was echoing a Hillary Clinton attack on Sanders from Sunday night's debate in Michigan, and Sanders is hitting back against it.
U.S. Rep. David Price, speaking before Clinton, joined in the criticism of Sanders. He said Hillary Clinton had a strong performance in Sunday night’s debate in Michigan.
“Sen. Clinton’s opponent was left having to explain why, on the basis on his political ideology, he was willing to let the American auto industry go down – not his best moment,” Price said.
Imagine... actually being in the same room with Ted Cruz. Any of us would just swoon ourselves to death.
The event is scheduled for noon at the Calvary Baptist Church and School in Raleigh, according to his campaign website.
This will be Cruz's first stop in the state during the 2016 campaign. Fellow GOP candidate Donald Trump has made two North Carolina stops so far—including one on Monday in Concord—and is scheduled to make a third Wednesday night in Fayetteville.