The material notes that Saul Alinsky’s book called Rules for Radicals is a handbook for American liberals, including Obama.
Think about that.” Russian clerics and tabloid websites picked up Carson’s statement and later it appeared on Georgian propaganda platform
She gave birth to son Eric "Luke" Trump in September.
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This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to take (Tax) the wealthy with the support of the poor." Newsweek notes that the fact-checking site Snopes has debunked this and similar viral lists attributed to Alinsky: "This list is simply a modern variant of the decades-old, apocryphal Communist Rules for Revolution piece that was originally passed along without attribution until Alinsky’s name became attached to it (presumably because someone out there thought it sounded like something Alinsky might have written)." During the 2016 presidential campaign, Ben Carson said that Alinsky was one of Clinton's heroes and that she had written her senior college thesis on him. He vowed to ‘rub raw the sores of discontent’ and compel action through agitation.
The New York Times reported that Clinton did write her undergraduate Wellesley College thesis on Alinsky but noted she was not a complete disciple: "Ms. Alinsky’s central critique of government antipoverty programs — that they tended to be too top-down and removed from the wishes of individuals. This, she believed, ran counter to the notion of change within the system." Lara Trump, a former producer for "Inside Edition" who is married to the president's youngest son, Eric, previously ran into criticism when she launched a "real news" show on President Trump's Facebook page, which relayed positive stories related to the administration and omitted any less-than-stellar developments.