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April 21: Don­ald Trump to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

“We’ve been do­ing well. I’ve done well my whole life. I’ve had vic­to­ries my whole life. So we’re go­ing to have an­other vic­tory.”

May 6: Demo­cratic Na­tional Com­mit­tee, in a public state­ment fol­low­ing news that Mr. Trump was the pre­sump­tive Repub­li­can nom­i­nee.

“Yikes.” May 16: John Har­ris, cul­ture writer for the Guardian, af­ter five days in In­di­ana fol­low­ing the Trump cam­paign:

“Al­most none of the Trumpites I met seemed to be the gun­tot­ing zealots of lib­eral de­monology.”

June 3: Ly­dia Saad, Gallup poll an­a­lyst;

“If the race for pres­i­dent comes down to Don­ald Trump and Hil­lary Clin­ton, Trump could ben­e­fit from an edge in public con­fi­dence on the is­sue Amer­i­cans are pri­or­i­tiz­ing most this elec­tion. Econ­omy, jobs, ter­ror­ism, na­tional se­cu­rity, taxes, the fed­eral gov­ern­ment, gun pol­icy and im­mi­gra­tion.”

June 30: James Dob­son, founder of Fo­cus on the Fam­ily:

“Don­ald Trump ap­pears to be ten­der to things of the Spirit. All I can tell you is that we have only two choices. Hil­lary or Don­ald. Hil­lary scares me to death. If Chris­tians stay home be­cause he isn’t a bet­ter can­di­date, Hil­lary will run the world for per­haps eight years. The very thought haunts my nights and days.”

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