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Donald Trump has made us laugh, cry and cringe since announcing his presidency in June 2015.
Sykes published an op-ed in the New York Times called “Where the Right Went Wrong.” Sykes wrote that he was giving up his talk-radio show in Wisconsin after nearly 25 years: “My reasons are personal,” he said, but the rise of Donald Trump “has made my decision easier.” Not that the presidential campaign had lacked a certain personal angle for Sykes, a sharp Trump critic.
But in an apparent jab at her appearance, he added, "Take a look, you take a look.
Look at her, look at her words, you tell me what you think.
"They're going to build a plant and illegals are going drive those cars right over the border ...
And they'll probably end up stealing the cars," Trump said in October. Trump sparked a wave of controversy during his presidential announcement speech when he said that undocumented immigrants from Mexico are rapists who are bringing drugs and crime into the United States. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us.