Examples of illegitimacy in a Sentence
she had learned of her illegitimacy while rummaging through old family records in the attic
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They weren’t only aligned on Obama’s illegitimacy, Arpaio said.
This story excites right-wing media because if Rich—and not the Russians—were responsible for the leaks that damaged Hillary Clinton’s campaign, then the cloud of suspicion and illegitimacy would be removed from Trump’s presidency.
Every reminder that a stench of illegitimacy hovers over Trump’s administration has the capacity to unglue him.
Megan Desrochers, a 21-year-old student from Lansing, Michigan, says her sense of Trump’s illegitimacy is more about why he was elected.
A sense of illegitimacyMichael D’Antonio, an author-journalist who was part of a Pulitzer Prize team at Newsday, is a longtime Trump watcher and a Trump biographer.
A sense of illegitimacy Michael D’Antonio, an author-journalist who was part of a Pulitzer Prize team at Newsday, is a longtime Trump watcher and a Trump biographer.
The charge of illegitimacy made last week by John Lewis was part of a broader turn among Democratic representatives toward a politics of unified opposition, with an emphasis on the defense of working people.
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