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NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 04: A student holds a sign at a New York City public school that reads ‘no hate’ during a protest outside a Donald Trump rally in New York, New York.

(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – The Trump campaign has been making its case for his presidential candidacy since the start of the year, even if its been more subtle than in the past.

But it has yet to make the argument that Trump would be an effective president.

That’s a problem that the Trump campaign hopes to rectify.

The campaign is spending tens of millions of dollars on a media blitz across the country in hopes of pushing the narrative that the president is a racist and sexist, and that Hillary Clinton is a supporter of mass incarceration and a proponent of mass deportations.

The campaign is even planning a trip to the states for events and rallies that will be held before the November election.

The goal is to paint Trump as a racist, sexist, xenophobic, misogynist and anti-Semitic.

That is an argument that is already making its way through the political mainstream.

And that narrative has made it into the mainstream, particularly in the form of the book “The People vs. The Hillary Clinton Crime Machine,” written by the right-wing website Breitbart News.

The book is based on interviews with former Hillary Clinton campaign staffers, as well as a former White House official, who are all willing to speak on the record for the book.

In an excerpt, the official says that Clinton was a champion of mass incarcerations and mass deportions, while Trump wants to deport as many as 10 million immigrants.

The Breitbart News excerpt is based largely on an email exchange between a former aide to Trump and a Republican consultant, in which the former aide says that Trump was going to try to get Clinton to support mass deportation.

In that email, the former adviser asks the adviser to explain the difference between the positions of the Trump administration and Clinton’s.

The aide replies, “The difference between Clinton and Trump is that they were the ones who were going to do it.

The difference between Trump and Trump, is that Trump said that he was going in the direction of mass deportation.

That’s the one position that they would go in.”

The adviser responds, “Yeah, it is, because if you’re going to say you are going to deport 10 million people and you are not going to let any other country have them, then you are doing something illegal.

That does not make sense.”

In an email to CBS News, a senior Trump campaign official said the Trump and Clinton campaigns were “working together to address the growing problem of anti-Semitism in our nation.”

“We will continue to work with allies across the aisle to make sure this message reaches the American people,” the official added.

The Trump official also said that the campaign would be spending “a lot of time with Jewish voters” in their states, but declined to provide further details about how.

The senior Trump official added that the new book would be released by the end of the month.

But some of the statements made in the Breitbart News article, which have since been deleted, have raised eyebrows.

In one email, former adviser to Trump, Steve Bannon, says, “I will make sure you are on the front page of the New York Times and in the Washington Post and on the radio and TV.”

In another email, Bannon says, “[Hillary] Clinton’s been out there talking about mass deportments and mass incarceration, and she’s been saying this for a long time.

We’re going back to mass incarceration.”

In a statement, Breitbart News wrote, “Donald Trump is a vile racist, and he is not interested in taking on the people who voted for him.”

“This is the new reality in American politics.

Hillary Clinton’s record is one of mass murder and mass imprisonment, and it is precisely those policies that Donald Trump has advocated for for decades,” the statement continued.

“He was once one of the most enthusiastic supporters of mass immigration.

But after the Clinton crime wave, he abandoned his previous support of mass migration and has now taken on the role of mass mass deportator.”

This story has been updated to include comments from the Trump official.