Donald Trump In New Hampshire Today – Presser and Town Hall (Videos)…

The presser before the town hall:

The Town Hall Meeting:

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78 Responses to Donald Trump In New Hampshire Today – Presser and Town Hall (Videos)…

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    I watched both of them on MSNBC. He did great. He seemed to genuinely enjoy connecting with the audience.

    Liked by 6 people

  2. AllOrNothing! says:

    A true leader!

    Liked by 5 people

  3. Ellie says:

    He loves his country. I consider him a patriot.

    Liked by 13 people

    • revbacon says:

      That’s the proof that he has a big heart. He’s not doing this because he needs a job, or even an empire to run. Despite what everyone in the MSM will claim, running is, for Trump, an act of love. And it will probably cost him a billion dollars or so, counting all the Bravo Sierra with his lost revenue (Macy’s, Univision, etc.).


    • Before Trump got in, I said that I don’t think it’s too much to ask to have a candidate that LOVES his country and that I would know it when I saw it. 🙂

      Liked by 2 people

    • smiley says:

      and he is not an enabler or cohort of the anti American commie agenda.
      they destroyed McCarthy, years ago.
      they are vile.
      they are legion.
      Trump represents what they absolutely loathe.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Artist says:

    I saw these in bits and pieces on MSNBC,, CNN and Fox…..he was incredibly good, charming, friendly, patient and seemed wonderfully comfortable and the audience seemed to love him. It was terrific and it was hilarious watching the talking heads on all 3 stations try to disqualify him as a “Summer Fling”. I am just loving this.

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  5. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Being Trump while at the same time taking on a more presidential bearing. I like it.

    Pretty good on the CNN interview as well, considering he was asked stuff like “What would you say to the Pope if he lectured you on the evils of capitalism?”.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Justice_099 says:

    So it appears the new strategy is for the candidates to start adopting the popular positions of Trump in a last ditch desperate effort to split votes away from him. What did Ghandi say?

    Liked by 3 people

  7. He is so awesome, he has got to be our nominee and President. What a man! What an American! Oh my God!

    Liked by 7 people

  8. pdxlady says:

    This is so encouraging! I just have a huge smile across my face.

    Thank you for putting these up so quickly, Sundance! I really don’t miss cable at all 🙂

    Liked by 4 people

  9. dizzymissl says:

    Here is the CNN interview:


  10. JeremyR says:

    Any word yet from either of the people who attended Jeb”s side show?


  11. hocuspocus13 says:

    TRUMP…commands the room 🇺🇸


  12. Ivehadit says:

    LOVED the Town Hall tonight. Donald was terrific! Very relaxed and having a great time.And VERY presidential!


  13. clash108 says:

    When a politician says they are going to do this that and the other, I put on my skeptical hat. When Donald Trump (who is not a politician) says he is going to get something done, with his genuine exuberance, I believe him.


  14. justfactsplz says:

    Trump is a great speaker and he speaks from the head and heart, not a teleprompter or prewritten speech.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. keebler AC says:

    No scripted questions from the Townhall audience, nor DNC plants pretending to be a suffering mother without a job for 2 years, followed by Obama promising to buy a house for her. Not stilted and awkward answers. The contrast shows how fake Obama and Hillary Clinton are, with her bikes as audience and camera crew as coffeehouse patrons as she sits at a table appearing to converse about middle-class issues with DNC planted staff.

    Very refreshing. Thank you, Donald Trump!

    Liked by 4 people

  16. jackphatz says:

    As we all know, Trump was a supporter of Obama in 2007/2008. A lot of people bought into what Obama was saying and believed him to be true, we all make mistakes.

    I would love to hear Trump explain when that support for Obama ended and why. What occurred that changed his mind. I’m sure it was not a single issue so if people could here Trump, pointing out the destructive nature of the Democrats/Socialist/Marxists running this country today, they would have a far more accurate view of how bad it is and why. I think a lot of people lost respect for Obama but felt they could not speak out against him for the obvious reasons. People also need a reason to turn their back on what they deem comfortable.

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  17. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Just in case you were confused about your identity, another zoologist tries to describe “Homo Trumpien”:

    Who’s Tooting Trump’s Horn? Meet the ‘Disaffecteds’
    Proceeding in reverse order, the basic profile of a Trump supporter is now fairly well-known: skewing male, spanning ideological self-identification, independent, less schooled, and probably less likely to vote in a Republican primary.


  18. jackphatz says:

    He isn’t out to be a Republican. He isn’t out to be a Democrat. He states the obvious of what is wrong and what is missing in America. He has seen what needs to be done and has the right ideas to fix this country. He is a businessman first and understands the art of a successful business. He is confident in his abilities without being arrogant and condescending. He will put forth his best efforts and expect the same from others. He doesn’t need to be labeled a Conservative to do what is right for America, he just wants to do it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • lorac says:

      I agree. Party labels became an easy way for people to know whom to support. They ended up being nothing more than vehicles for people to get into and stay in office who are more interested in their own political careers than in the country. A party label at this point means nothing, IMO. What is important is what someone stands for, and as the past predicts the future, electing someone who has a record of getting things done that a person wants to see done. No one is going to reflect “you” exactly unless “you” are the one running – so we have to see who agrees with the things we feel are a priority.

      We’ve had a narcissist as president for 7 years now. The difference is, O self-promotes based on lies. Trump self-promotes from a record of accomplishment and success.

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  19. I am loving this guy, and I absolutely thought I would not.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. yakmaster2 says:

    Watching the ever snarky Jake Tapper interview Trump, I realized the Press who sit down to interview Trump now are being much more careful to hide their derision. It’s dawning on them that he’s a very quick study and that he actually has answers to their questions. I loved that Trump turned the tables on Tapper when Tapper expressed dubious surprise that Trump learns strategies for fighting ISIS from watching TV. In response,Trump said he was sure CNN, along with Fox and others, were interviewing the smartest, most capable Generals and strategists they could find, right Jake? Right? It’s quicker, he said than interviewing 400 military men.

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    • judyw says:

      And he is equally at ease when a child asked as they were getting ready for a helicopter ride in IA, “Are you batman?” and he answers unequivocally while pulling on his lapels, “Yes, I am batman”! So love his playful attitude that is so contageous…. 🙂

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  21. tappin52 says:

    I just know that there are a lot of late night comedians studying his physical movements and speaking style. They’re going to need those skills for the next eight years, it looks like. And I mean that in the very best way 😀.


  22. hocuspocus13 says:

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  23. Colt Lending says:

    I’ve never seen a candidate just put himself out there like Trump is doing.

    He’s doing media appearances and politcal events like the Ramones did concerts.

    With the way the elites have fixed the game, Trump is the only chance we have of breaking the grip the elites have on the electoral process.

    Trump is evolving. I hope he’s the real deal because without the quick appearance if a lot of statesmen in our government, we are in big trouble.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. DocPill says:

    Huge political junkie, first time post – this site has been amazing in getting to the truth. I want my taxes to fund this site. Edward R Murrow would be proud. I’ll be honest, I had no favorite candidate this election cycle (maybe Ted Cruz) – but once Trump came in and made his statements on various issues, my passion was reignited. On Immigration alone, he will be elected – Demography is destiny & what he says about we either have a country or we don’t – absolute truth. Enforcing the laws, mandating E-verify & the rest of his plan will help with economy, healthcare, schools, infrastructure, environment, etc. – He is the only one who speaks authentically, none of the rest do really, it’s all political speak (even Cruz most times).

    Regardless, someone mentioned he’s a quick study, well I allude to an Ali G interview (who duped practically everyone) he did and was quick to recognize this was all BS & even if it wasn’t he exited gracefully. That’s the type of person we’ve been waiting for, not Obama who is a narcissist in the truest sense. It would be priceless to see Obama have to hand off the keys to the White House to Donald Trump. Would love to be a fly on that wall – Anyway, keep up the great and indispensable work – you all are the best, and the founding fathers would be proud.

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  25. wondering999 says:

    On one of the other Trump threads, someone commented that you can’t hear the questions. I like to listen to a variety of public speakers when I get the chance, and I’ve noticed that audience questions are OFTEN inaudible or muffled.

    Practiced speakers will often briefly repeat/rephrase questions before answering them. That way everyone gets the satisfaction of hearing the question.

    Additionally, the original question may have been unclear, or somehow ambiguous. Rephrasing/repeating before response makes clear for the record what specific question is being answered, which can prevent later confusion. (It’s also great for providing clear, written transcriptions later!)


  26. joshua says:

    TRUMP has ALREADY started fixing issues at the border as all of a a result of TRUMP pushing his agenda on border control….as he says, Mexico has SMARTER LEADERS than the USA……MEXICO is demanding passports and a toll for Americans to enter Mexico….so THEY can control AMERICAN CRIMINALS from entering into MEXICO.

    SO all that has to happen NOW, is to do the SAME in return to MEXICANS trying to enter…..

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    • wondering999 says:

      They also need to make some hay from the situation of a Mexican Green Party politician in Chiapas called “The Mexican Trump” because he suggested that Guatemalans need to stay on their side of the border. Why? Mexicans don’t like being ripped off by criminal non-citizens any more than Norteamericanos do. This happened back in July:

      “Las declaraciones del candidato mexicano, Mario Guillén Guillén, aspirante del Partido Verde Ecologista de México (PVEM) a la presidencia municipal de Comitán, Chiapas, han causado enorme polémica, luego de que el político dijera en un acto proselitista que “los delincuentes deberían irse a Guatemala”…Según rescata la cadena CNN en español, las declaraciones del candidato han generado molestia e indignación entre los ciudadanos guatemaltecos quienes lo han llamado el “Trump mexicano”…


      • auscitizenmom says:

        Well, that is very interesting for those of us who speak Spanish. Unfortunately my Spanish consists of agua fria, agua caliente, dos Cerveza por favor, Margarita por favor, si, no, and de nada. Oh, forgot buenos dias and buenos tardes.


        • wondering999 says:

          My Spanish is relatively lousy, but Guillen suggested that the “delinquents (criminals) ought to take themselves back to Guatemala”. Google translations aren’t always on the mark, and neither are my translations… I’d welcome it if someone with excellent Spanish would translate the article for the benefit of the group, because this story deserves broader publication.

          The other person who weighed in on the influence of Mexican criminals in Argentina was the current Pope. This link is in English:

          “The pope sent a letter to Argentine lawmaker Gustavo Vera telling him he was concerned with the increase in violence and drug trafficking in the South American country and expressed hopes that the government was doing something to “avoid the Mexicanization” of Argentina…..The head of the Catholic Church also told Vera he had been in touch with Mexican bishops, who told him the situation in Mexico was terrible.”

          So if newspeople ask Trump what he’d say to the Pope, he can say that he agrees with him about “Mexicanization” of neighboring states by organized crime…


  27. doodahdaze says:

    Take another hit. Of fresh air. The first in many years.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Serpentor says:

    Watched both. I like this townhall format, it’s as though he’s now truly giving voice to the people of America.

    Two observations in case someone from his camp is reading comments (as they should). The question about hubris went unanswered though Trump spoke for over 5 minutes in response. I think there’s a small percentage of people that worry about this. His answer could be simple, “Hubris has afflicted man for thousands of years which is why you’ve read about it in many Greek myths. In accumulating a fortune, hubris would have worked against me, and though I am very confident in my abilities, I’m not over confident. If I was, my failure rate would have been significantly higher. My track record is excellent, nearly a thousand businesses and less than a handful of failures. I’d say I’m doing pretty well.”
    My answer is off the cuff and not perfect, but I’d expect a similar question to arise at some point again.
    Second observation is that because he does expand and talk so much, it takes away from the number of questions. I’m not sure this is bad, just an observation.


    • Doc says:

      One thing I would have said about hubris is this: President Obama has hubris because he is trying to cover up his failures and inexperience. The worst thing you can do when you don’t know something is to act like you’re the expert on it because you can initially fool the people but as soon as you open your mouth it’s obvious that you are a liar. My hubris (DT’s) is the opposite and that comes from years of negotiation and making businesses run. It’s from learning business and media and then rising to the top. My hubris is really success. What you call hubris from me is success. People like success. A community organizer who has never done anything in his life, propped up by a media who has created this great facade is hubris because he actually believes that it was himself who got there.

      Of course Trump could take those 20 sentences and distill them down to like 3 words and make it work. Or better yet… It’s not bragging if you can do it.

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  29. TwoLaine says:

    Now the poor little snowflakes, including Shrillary, don’t like the use of the term anchor babies, but killing babies is OK.

    TRUMP shut them down! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sharon says:

      And Jeb stumbles all over himself trying to use it:

      Trump isn’t the only GOP candidate willing to use the term. Also on Wednesday, Jeb Bush said on Bill Bennett’s radio program “Morning in America” that as president he would work for “better enforcement so that you don’t have these, you know, ‘anchor babies,’ as they’re described, coming into the country.”

      Jeb – here’s a hint for you: Anchor babies don’t “come into the country” – they are born here as a tool for their parents and other relatives.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Yeah, Jeb! proved it again, he’s a dunce. Or, was it happy turtle. I forget.

        Your T must not be working. 🙂


      • TwoLaine says:

        Actually, I just heard Jeb!s full quote. It wasn’t as bad as they made it to be. They did a hatchet job on what he said before the piece of the statement they included.

        They don’t think we know they pull this crap, or that the anger is against DC And The Media. They are all co-conspirators in this me$$. They profit from this tremendously!

        Their heads are so far in the air, they think they are above the fray. It’s been more than two TRUMP MONTHS now and they STILL Don’t Get It!

        I think the next time TRUMP gets asked about dithering over what party he’s in, he should just say, “Tell you what? How about we just have one party from now on, since that’s where we are anyway. However, I propose a new name. Let’s call it TRUMP Party.”

        That’ll shut ’em up! Who wouldn’t wanna’ join that Party? 🙂

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  30. Meyer says:

    Instead of ‘God Bless America’, I have been finding myself saying/thinking/praying, “God Save America.” That’s a sad commentary on where we are as a country.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Serpentor says:

      We elected a man that loved being showered with phrases such as “Not God Bless America, No, God Damn America!”

      Not too surprising that we’re now begging to be saved, and sadly enough, he has two more years to screw us over.


    • TwoLaine says:

      I remember praying that as a child too, when MLK was murdered, the Cold War, Viet Nam, Korea, so many times before. But NEVER, EVER like it is now. We Have Gone So Far Backward. Look around, and see if you see any countries who are friends. We have abandoned all of them, and embraced others, like Iran and Cuba. All of the decades of progress, GONE. 😦


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