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The DNC Is Thrilled to Welcome Donald Trump to the 2016 Presidential Race

The Democratic National Committee trolls Donald Trump as he enters the 2016 presidential race.

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The already robust 2016 GOP presidential field got a bit more crowded Tuesday with Donald Trump’s announcement that he has decided to enter the fray. In his typically understated manner, the real estate tycoon and reality show kingmaker promised to bring an outsider's perspective to a race filled with long-time politicians. The Democratic National Committee, for its part, is welcoming him into the race with open arms.

The already robust 2016 GOP presidential field got a bit more crowded Tuesday with Donald Trump’s announcement that he has decided to enter the fray. In his typically understated manner, the real estate tycoon and reality show kingmaker promised to bring an outsider’s perspective to a race filled with long-time politicians. The Democratic National Committee, for its part, is welcoming him into the race with open arms.

Check out their statement, released on Twitter, below.

https://twitter.com/HollyShulman/status/610834338498916352/photo/1

Photo credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images

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