Roger Stone Discussing Donald Trump During Fox Broadcast With Murdoch’s Princess…

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  1. ZurichMike says:

    Megyn quickly backed out of that interview. Didn’t go as she planned, I surmise.

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  2. gary23902003 says:

    How does Megyn hold her head up? Flat lining in the polls? She’s dishonest, or dumb, or both.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      Indeed, one line of Czervik’s, in which he’s dissing Bushwood to Judge Smails, seems a remarkably apt metaphor for Trump’s evident view of the Republican Party as presently constituted: “This whole place sucks. That’s right, sucks. Only reason I’m here is maybe I’ll buy it.”

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    • tnwahm says:

      It’s Ted Baxter! haha. Ted Baxter is Rush’s pet name for O’Reilly. That is just too funny.

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  3. Guest says:

    Roger Stone: I think there are a lot of voters who believe career politicians and elite media are in bed together.

    MK: I do deny ever being in bed with Politico, the NY Times, or CNN.

    Nice try Megan. I noticed how you didn’t deny being in bed with career politicians.

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  4. mjalbaine says:

    She ABSOLUTELY IS Murdoch’s little princess. Megyn is just a lousy hypocrite and she absolutely IS in bed with the GOPe/Elite Media. That’s not hard for her to lie about – especially considering she does NOT practice good journalism. Tch, she cites the stupid Fox News poll of so-called “republican voters.”

    Didn’t see her bother citing the post-debate polls on The Right Scoop, Drudge, Newsmax, and others! Trump was basically 50% or more in all those polls for winning the debate! Who here is relying on FOX NEWS for represent true conservatives? What Megyn Kelly is doing to voters and citizens like us is disgraceful. When she or anyone else attacks Trump they are basically belittling us, the Silent Majority.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      The high results in the internet polls probably indicate that Trump has a lot more upside potential than is being credited.

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      • Doodahdaze says:

        RCP is in on the game Just look at the Bloomberg poll. They are only including 4 recent push polls. Excluding more accurate poll that show Trump over 30%.

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        • Cameraman says:

          As long as RCP are consistent with the pollsters they feature I don’t mind. The RCP average will jump back up when the Bloomberg poll gets knocked out of the last four polls group It’s odd to note that Bloomberg also had Trump at 21% in their late July poll so I think their methodology is different – or their polling group is.

          Looking at the RCP pollsters longer term, over the last 20 polls Trump’s average is 25.15%. For the oldest 10 polls the average is 22.8% and for the most recent 10 polls the average is 27.5%. I’m not a statistician but that looks like progress to me.

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        • cmsfl says:

          I notice on RCP the way they were going back in August. It became very clear with not including poll results they included before the debate on CNN.

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    • Betty says:

      “What Megyn Kelly is doing to voters and citizens like us is disgraceful.” Yes, she is presented as a person we viewers of FN can trust and she is colluding with a coherent and powerful group who are determined to control our choices of who may govern us, but even worse – she is colluding with forces who turn America into a LOW WAGE SOCIETY.

      She is a traitor to us and her very own children.

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      • Betty says:

        Corrections: – she is colluding with forces who ARE DETERMINED TO turn America into a LOW WAGE SOCIETY.

        And “we viewers of FN” should be “the viewers of FN” since I am no longer a viewer of Fox News.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Despite her apparent celebrity and multi-million dollar salary, Megyn Kelly is still an expendable employee of Fox News. She may be at the top of the heap but, as far as Fox management is concern, as far as the business is concerned, she’s just “talent”. There’s a sizable production staff calling the shots and Kelly is expected to present the views as developed by the producers.

      This is the paradox of “on-air personalities”. they’re presented to the public as celebrities while simultaneously they’re expected to stick to a format determined by management. If they’re very, very good at this—and Kelly certainly is—then they get paid a lot of money. But, like Brian Williams, they can be gone in an instant. Kelly handles this duality very well and is well paid for it. But she’s still just “talent” and nothing more. She doesn’t have management responsibilities. Maybe she actually believes what she says. But then, maybe not. Witness Alisyn Camerota’s political “transformation” when she moved to CNN. Within the ‘biz that’s not a big deal: she just knows who she works for.

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        Another comment about “talent”. Fox sells itself as “fair and balanced”. When it hires talent for a particular show, one person is supposed to be “liberal” and the other is supposed to be “conservative”. If you pay attention enough you’ll often see people, for various reasons this tends to be the person playing the role of “liberal” on a show, almost chanting their talking points. This is a telltale that they’ve been heavily coached by the show’s producer to present a particular point-of-view. If they want to get paid, they play the role they were hired to play. Fox News is a lot more like wrestling than a new outlet based on legitimate discussion.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

          Ah yes…..”talent” (meaning no talent at all possessed by the flunkies)….

          Isn’t “talent” what they call the employees of that Nevada Chicken Ranch?

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  5. ZurichMike says:

    True enough. Take out Bush and the Scheme Dream of the GOPe vanishes into thin air.

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  6. chris says:

    Fox News cries Donald Trump didn’t defend Obama about being a Muslim. While just at the end of the Roger Stone interview, Fox news broadcasts a picture of Obama in complete Muslim garb. Oh the irony. If only they had a reporter on staff who could connect the dots between the Muslim claim and the picture shown, but it’s just so hard!

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  7. boutis says:

    Megyn Kelly’s voice is like fingernails on a chalkboard. She will not let anyone finish a sentence even a short one. Stone paid her back with exaggerated faces of forbearance and talking simply to her interrupting and refusing to be baited. Old guy talking to a crazy chick.

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  8. I don’t know how anyone – much less Marco Rubio – can attack Donald Trump on his foreign policy credentials.

    In 2003 Donald Trump was one of the very few on the right speaking out LOUDLY against the invasion of Iraq. He predicted it would be a disaster and history has proven Trump to be right when just about everyone else – on the right (including Krauthammer who was a big cheerleader for the Iraq invasion) have been proven wrong.

    When asked about the Iraq invasion by FOXs’ Chris Wallace earlier this year Rubio had this to say:

    “I don’t believe it was” a mistake to go to war in Iraq, because “the world is a better place because Saddam Hussein doesn’t run Iraq”

    Thousands of American soldiers killed many more terribly maimed and wounded. Up to a Million dead innocent Iraqi’s and two trillion dollars wasted and Rubio as of early this year still thought the invasion of Iraq was a good idea!

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    • The fact is, Bush’s neocon entourage turned what should have been an ouster into an extended crony contractor scam, and used the bug-hunt for WMD’s as their foot in the door. Right Uniparty lies every bit as well as Left Uniparty.

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      • Betty says:

        That’s exactly it = “an extended crony contractor scam. Right Uniparty lies every bit as well as Left Uniparty.”
        Just think in the year 2000 America had paid off the debt and had a cash surplus – thanks to Ronald Reagan. The Bush Machine took all the surplus for themselves and put us back into debt.

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        • John Dowd says:

          Betty said “Just think in the year 2000 America had paid off the debt …” . No we didn’t. Your confusing the Federal budget with the National Debt. We have not paid a penny on the National Debt since … forever. Credit for the 2000 surplus (such as it was) belongs to “President Gingrich” who imposed spending cuts on a chastened President Clinton in 1995.
          Let’s keep History honest.

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          • wondering999 says:

            Was unaware of the distinction — thanks. And yes, it’s about time that history becomes honest, instead of a foundation for propaganda. Just read a Democrat high school teacher’s description of her class watching the Republican debates — we paid for this, and we’ll keep paying

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        • cohibadad says:

          Just a correction. America never paid off the debt. It is financially impossible to ever do so without eliminating the debt based money system. There was a deficit surplus at that time. But unless you have money coming in from somewhere else, someone else’s debt or some other source of money, a debt based money system must mathematically always devolve into a logarithmic rise in debt followed by system failure.

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    • I remember serving in the Navy in the Persian Gulf during Operation Earnest Will in the 80’s. Reagan was still President and he knew we had to limit our involvement in the Middle East (especially after Lebanon) to just keeping the tankers moving. Reagan knew the importance of a strong Navy and Trump does too. What is the use of being knowledgeable of the situation in the Middle East when you have no Navy there to give you options. Even when we got out of Lebanon after the bombing of our barracks, no one messed with us because we had the USS New Jersey off shore shelling with 16 inch shells at will.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        Your post reminds me, when Trump spoke from the deck of the Iowa, he said something about retrofitting… which is what some Admirals have suggested. He didn’t pursue it, because it didn’t seem like the audience picked up on it.

        I enjoy watching Trump in action, because sometimes, he floats his own trial balloons, to see how they”ll fly. Does his own surveys, direct.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      “the world is a better place because Saddam Hussein doesn’t run Iraq”

      Saddam was confined to Iraq. I would not call Iraq “The World”. That leaves us with is Iraq a better place with Saddam gone. At this point, I think it is hard to make that claim as well.

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      • El Torito says:

        Perfectly stated. I guess Rubio thinks ISIS running Iraq and beyond is a wonderful thing.

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      • stella says:

        Let’s also remember that it was Saddam who invaded Kuwait, had murdered the Kurds, rewarded Palestinian suicide bombers, fired upon U.S. planes during U.N. ordered surveillance, refused U.N. inspections, and shot missiles (bad ones, but missiles nevertheless) at Israel. Confined? Nope.

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        • mcfyre2012 says:

          Indeed. After Desert Storm, I deployed to the MIddle East six times (before Iraqi Freedom) because of his shenanigans.

          And don’t forget that the Israelis performed an airstrike on Hussein’s nuclear power plant at Osirak before it could come on line back in 1981.

          But the problems in the Middle East now are mostly because of the UN fore-runner, the “League of Nations” after WWI, and the way they divied up the Middle East.

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          • wondering999 says:

            That point doesn’t get examined closely enough. Three major empires were divvied up after World War I. The Sudetenland went to the new Czech Republic, including many towns that were majority German/German-speaking. This ended up causing a lot of trouble within a short period of time. The former Austria-Hungary was divvied up into multiple small countries set against each other; and the Ottoman Empire was divvied up into little warring factions also. Divide and Conquer.

            Ho Chi Minh was a young man, working in a restaurant in Paris at the time of the WWI peace negotiations, and was very excited at the idea of national self-determination. Naive, he didn’t realize that “self-determination” was only propaganda verbiage to cover the task of breaking up former enemies of the Allies. Not saying that the Allies were evil — just that the “history”, as taught in schools, is very seldom truthful — so even the educated elites are horribly confused by the garbled mess that they covered in order to acquire their diplomas

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    • stella says:

      I don’t think it was the war in Iraq itself, so much as it was leaving Iraq abruptly with no protection against bad actors from neighboring countries. It left a vacuum, and the Iraqis weren’t able (or even willing) to keep them out.

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      • Agreed. Ironic that the Powell doctrine of get in, achieve objective, get out, would have prevented Obama, and his ability to destroy Bush’s shaky recovery of stability on America’s political terms.

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      • mcfyre2012 says:

        The Iraqi Ba’ath Party governed Iraq from 1968 to 2003. Politicians, engineers, doctors, lawyers, teachers, military officers, etc., were all members. Essentially, if you wanted to be successful in Iraq, being a member of the Ba’ath Party was required. During the Bush years (2003-2007), people who had been members of the party were not allowed to hold their former positions, nor hold position in the new gov’t/military….These were all the educated people who could run the new Iraq.

        Obama took over with one objective…to have us out by the December 2012 deadline. Our military was planning on a slow, gradual pullout, leaving a sustaining force in place because in 2012, it was obvious Iraq could not stand on its own. I was there in September 2012, when the military was caught flat-footed and told to have everyone out by December. Before Thanksgiving, it was already obvious what the outcome in Iraq would be…the more forces we pulled out, the more the insurgent attacks occurred. By the end of December, Iraq was doomed because of the vacuum we left behind.

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        • monty1994 says:

          well there’s the problem of what the Baath did, it disenfranchised the Shia and the Kurd majority, from their institutions, (many filled the ranks of the Communists and Da’wa,)
          it stole their oil, in Kurdistan and the South, in many ways it followed the model of the Golden Square, which took power in ’41, as a Hitler proxy,

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          • mcfyre2012 says:

            The point is, in Iraq while Hussein was President, if you wanted to have a successful professional career/life, you would be a registered member of the Ba’ath Party….or else.

            Saddam Hussein came to power in the party through the ruthless murders and intimidation of anyone who opposed him. But that does not mean every member was evil like Hussein.

            There were no veteran military leaders to lead the new Iraqi army because of the rule against using Ba’athists. And the civilian gov’t? Lots of candidates, but all were unknown, regular “Joe on the street” types of guys. There were no popular figures that a majority of Iraqis could agree to that could lead the country. We left a huge vacuum in Iraq.

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            • The similarity to the Khmer Rouge imprisonment and murder of all educated people, almost makes me thing the Bush dynasty Fabians were hoping to do the same thing – “fundamental transformation” – without concentration camps. Whoops – they got Obama and ISIS instead. Maybe it’s time we assumed that our brand of commies is just as dumb as all the others.

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    • Sentient says:

      The David Stockman article http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/clueless-carly-crony-capitalist-war-monger-with-flash-cards/ that an astute Treeper linked to yesterday brilliantly takes down Fiorina for her flash card foreign policy (name dropping to seem knowledgeable). The same could be said for Rubio. These neocons can’t see the forest for the trees. Hugh Hewitt is the worst.

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      • boutis says:

        I read in some comments on a business blog this week they were calling her Power Point Princess. It is MBA speak and government advisory board blather put together. Also that her “expertise” is an inch deep and a mile wide. They think she wants a positions type job because she had been labeled a loser with Lucent, HP, and her idiotic run for the CA senate seat.

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  9. waltherppk says:

    The media hatefest of Trump bashing for sport is going to end up badly for the clever “sports” who are playing that stupid game.

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  10. thesouthwasrght says:

    Even my 81 year old dad has quit watching FN entirely. As have I.

    They are a bigger sham than MSNBC, because at least with Mr Maddow and co. you know what you’re getting.

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  11. TwoLaine says:

    Sundance, Thanks for queuing that up to the relevant sound byte. I don’t like having to watch MK’s shrill PERSONA any more than I have to. Stone owned Ms. “the majority of Republicans believe”. That crap is why I never believed Faux were the good guys in the 1st place. They are always telling us what “we believe” and we KNOW it is a LIE. We DON’T believe what they say we believe! The Empress MK has been exposed and found to be wearing no clothes and having no brain. She’s a sock puppet.

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    • IntoTheFray says:

      “The Empress MK has been … found to be wearing no clothes”

      Hot damn! You got a link to that?!?
      (Just kidding, even if you do, not interested. Lol!)

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      • Lulu says:

        Tip: Body reconstruction leaves nasty scars.

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      • IntoTheFray says:

        Humor aside, your point: “They are always telling us what “we believe”, is right on target! It is an obvious tactic at manipulation. What Fox in general and MK in specific don’t seem to realize is that this tactic has been way overused by the left, to the point where, for anyone with more than two functional brain cells, it is obvious, making the attempted manipulation obvious and in this case, the user look like a traitor to their professed cause of Fair and Balanced. It also says much about what Fox and MK think of their viewers, that they think they are stupid and can be so easily manipulated.
        If MK and Fox don’t change their ways, and very soon, they will be relegated to the cesspool that is the MSM. They are circling the drain now.
        Game, Set and Match to Trump!
        Trump2016!

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  12. SharonKinDC says:

    I note with interest MeeAgain is STILL using the flawed CNN poll, which has a ton of D’s in the sample mix, so she can bitterly cling to the 8 points down and presumably, the thought of Carly clutching Trump’s…you know whats. Vile woman.

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  13. lovely says:

    I really like Roger Stone. He is Donald minus the theatrics. Starting at the 7:30 mark;

    Megyn “What about the accusation you heard tonight from Rubio that he is too thin skinned, he goes after anybody who offers a critique of him, valid or invalid?”

    Stone “He’s very tough there is no question about it. But I think it is time for a tough president it is time to put aside political correctness.”

    Megyn ”No that’s not what he was saying, he was saying he’s thin skinned, huh huh… “

    This is really masterful redirection of the narrative by Stone and Megyn is just lost, she knows she has lost a point you can tell from the look on her face (and her incredulous mouth hanging open which just makes her look like a mouth breather) and her trying but failing to make her point.

    The other masterful part IMO is Stone talking about Trump running for the position of Chief Executive. Define the words, control the conversation and the narrative, that is exactly what Stone did. Not sure what the disagreement was between Stone and Trump but I would love to see Stone as Trump’s Press Secretary.

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    • catmom says:

      I have nothing but speculation to offer, but I have thought that the disagreement was somewhat contrived to get Stone on the outside, where he is obviously quite effective. He never missed a beat in his support for Trump. Regardless, I am glad he is on Trump’s team.

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      • boutis says:

        Stone is an old dirty trickster. Also something of a free agent if you will. By not being associated directly with the campaign he is free to wander, do unauthorized appearances like the Princess Megyn show (boycott or not), gather intel, spread misinformation, misdirect and not answer questions, float trial balloons or memes (I LIKE IKE!), and flirt (that old dog!). Stone is having fun.

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      • I have to agree with your speculation. I think that Trump was pretty sure that Fox would be lined up with Jeb! and the talking heads would do their best to trash him. He also may have well known that at some point he would have to stop consorting with them. That puts Stone in the position of being Trump’s mouth piece while Trump cannot be there. Brilliant!

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    • Sentient says:

      Trump is thin skinned. He’s used the “media is unfair” narrative effectively so far (because it’s true), but he needs to be careful. Our former governor, Jesse Ventura, was, IMO, forced to abandon reelection because his being so thin skinned made him look petty.

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      • smiley says:

        thin skinned ?
        I don’t see it that way.
        he’s giving it right back to them, as he should.
        and : THEY are looking petty.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Contrast Mr. Trump with Bill O’Relliy, especially his remarks in the “Letters” segment at the end. Are the two much different? O’Reilly is still rated #1 in cable news shows.

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      • boutis says:

        That is what nasty, insulting, ass****** always say after insulting your honor, intelligence, etc. Call them on being a bully and they say “hey, don’t be thin skinned”. It is a fake defense for being inappropriate and they shouldn’t get away with it. Critique with substance or keep your mouth shut with Trump or it will come flying back at you. I like it. Voters are getting a vicarious thrill because he is saying what we so often cannot. Call his voters ignorant racists and he will call you a POS and he will be correct.

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        • IntoTheFray says:

          I agree, the “thin skinned” meme is a tactic being used by the GOPe, very similar to the raacccist claim used by the liberals to try to shutdown a behavior you don’t like in your opponent. The problem is that while the GOPe may have learned the tactic, their application of it is poor and it makes them look juvenile. Additionally, the left has way overused it to the point where everyone recognizes what’s going on.

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      • rodney says:

        He is not thin skinned, he simply throws s**t back at the people who flung it at him in the first place. The reason the MSM is trying to label him, because he won’t hesitate to criticize them when he catches them playing dirty.

        The MSM deserves this treatment, for decades they demonized anybody to the right of Hillary. As for the politician he goes after, they deserve it, most of them are lepers and cretins.

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      • ediegrey says:

        I don’t see Trump as thin skinned. He is fighting a monolithic evil political-media conglomerate that will stop at nothing to get rid of him and his fight for the American people. The media gets away with so much cause politicians are scared to call them on whatever they are saying. Not Trump – he lets everyone know what Is really going on – and he does it right away.

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    • Lulu says:

      The spinmeisters are playing buzzword “thinskinned” for all they’re worth. Problem is that when everyone uses the same old word (and aren’t we all sensitive to personal attacks?), there is more than a hint that talking points have been circulated. Makes everything else they say become suspect for the same reason.

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    • Serpentor says:

      I’ve come to a conclusion about this “thinned skinned” accusation. First, maybe it’s true, maybe it isn’t, but the next guy in the White House IF HE’S TO DO HIS ACTUAL JOB will have to get congressional members to do their job – mind you, they basically have not done their job for at least a decade now.

      How do you get someone to do their job?

      Well, how does one get Obama to finally release a (fake) birth certificate? How does one get Fox News to back down? How does one totally wipe out an aspiring politician? How do you get Boehner to step down? (while Trump may not have done that himself, I do believe Trump is fueling the resistance fire which led to it)

      Donald Trump is showing us all that he’s capable of calling people out by name, calling them names if needed. I believe as some call it sophomoric, it’s actually effective. Imagine Trump calling Pelosi out for what she is using ridicule (which is traditionally a left tactic) and she has to acquiesce or risk the shame of her constituents.

      In this sense, thinned skinned or not, Trump is showing us what it will take to get these clowns to do their jobs.

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  14. Remnant says:

    I am glad that Roger Stone is still championing Trump even after their split. Obviously, Trump has an ability to separate ways while keeping relationships amicable, I don’t know how it works, but I sure hope MK doesn’t get ratings boosts based on clicks to these video links. It’s nice to be able to see what’s being said on FN without having to watch the network. This interview can be put on the plus side for Trump, but regardless, I’m guessing that most of his supporters are seeing through the phoniness of the media by now.

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  15. JAS says:

    I would love for SNL to start doing skits on her. Lots of material there :).

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  16. smiley says:

    Kelley, Rove, G Wills & Lowry all need to be fired.

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  17. beaujest says:

    I liked Kelly better on the Howard Stern show ,talking about her “killer b’s” ‘

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  18. Tydurd65 says:

    It seems like Kelly starts every interview with one agenda, to belittle and ridicule Trump as much as possible even if it means outright lying.

    Does she even call herself a journalist?

    Glad I don’t watch that show, I get outraged enough just seeing the clips online.

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  19. manickernel says:

    Megyn talking about what she has seen in her bed really improved my opinion of her.

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  20. JRD says:

    Trump understands the importance of repeating something to the voting public and making it fact. The media does this 24/7 every day of the week to brainwash the great unwashed.

    In the CNN interview yesterday Trump kept repeating “Rubio is a kid.” “Rubio is a kid.””Rubio is a kid.”

    Rubio is no foreign policy expert just because he sits on 2 committees and repeats what he reads in reports. BFD and Trumps knows this.

    Rubio is bankrolled by 4 neocons,( that’s it) and the rube will get us involved in another unnecessary war wasting millions and killing and maiming many. He doesn’t know what the hell he is doing, and he is a legend in his own mind.

    He is 0bama from the Bush Mafia side of the aisle, a freshman senator, wet behind the ears, that believes he deserves the corner office just for showing up when he feels like it.

    Trump is correct to keep repeating “Rubio is a kid.”

    Let’s face it, Rubio looks like a kid who is an Apprentice seeking a job from Trump. No matter what Rubio does or says that is never going to change.

    Perception is reality.

    “Rubio is a kid.” “Rubio is a kid.” “Rubio is a kid.” Just keep repeating it and the corrupt opportunist will disappear.

    Try it. I was in several meetings this morning and was asked my opinion of Rubio. I just kept repeating “Rubio is a kid.” Yep, is was accepted by everyone, “Rubio is a kid.” He appears as an Apprentice seeking a job from Trump.

    And Rubio is a dead man walking.

    Knock him out now before he transfers his delegates to The Dauphin Jeb.

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  21. olderglory says:

    Pre-debates, I was a daily viewer of Fox News. I have not turned on the channel since Kelley’s horrible debate performance. That video confirms that neither Fox nor Kelley are the least bit contrite about their hit job on Trump.

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  22. Athena the Warrior says:

    A couple of months ago, Megyn was the cover story in Variety. She praised Hillary in all of her accomplishments. Just recently, she signed with one of the top Hollywood agencies CAA and is looking to branch out.

    She is riding the Trump notoriety for all its worth:

    http://variety.com/2015/tv/news/megyn-kelly-fox-news-star-anchor-republicans-hillary-clinton-1201524340/

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  23. Athena the Warrior says:

    The princess signing with CAA. Looks like she has an upcoming project with Kevin Spacey:

    http://deadline.com/2015/09/megyn-kelly-donald-trump-caa-fox-news-channel-gop-debate-1201532307/

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  24. El Torito says:

    Still can’t let go of the one CNN poll. No other poll reflects anything close. I’ve voted in the Newsmax poll last night and Trump was slaughtering everyone. He was at 51% and the closest to him was Carson at 3%. That was early in the poll. Not sure what it ended up like.

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  25. bogeytct says:

    Boehner is resigning!

    He must be getting out before he is tossed out. Figures it’s the best way to stay in control is to pass the heat off to a new guy.

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  26. olderglory says:

    OT: Boehner retiring. End of October.

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  27. El Torito says:

    Here’s what the latest Newsmax poll has right now, it’s not released yet. Trump is killing everyone at 51%, Carson in 2nd at 7%. Fiorina lower than ever at 1%, Rubio a laugh at 2%. Hope they release this news before the weekend. Trump is not sliding – in fact he’s running away with it.

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  28. azcatsclaw says:

    On Rubio’s premise that we need the person with the most foreign policy experience then Hillary’s your man or woman or whatever is PC these days. By the way Charles, oh sorry Dr. Krauthammer, studying for a dozen years Rubio hasn’t been a back row Senator that long.

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  29. jeans2nd says:

    Krauthammer is on before Mr. Stone. Your common sense tells you every sentence of the psychiatrist’s well-chosen words are refutable. Mr. Stone talks common sense, I think. It seems Kelly had to agree with Mr. Stone at times. It also appears Fox gave in first. “Always forgive one’s enemies, but not before they are hanged.” Heinrich Heine

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Oh! I’m gonna remember that! Thanks!

      RE: “Always forgive one’s enemies, but not before they are hanged.” Heinrich Heine

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  30. NVA Patriot says:

    Given the type of Pics “Princess Fox” has taken in the past as a ‘serious, lawyerly journalist’ and her Stern comments and her guests discussing x-rated genital mutilation, I think the correct title is “Wanna-be Porn Princess Kelly”

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  31. Doodahdaze says:

    One down. Now to get rid of the Turtle Head. The main thing is get rid of the committee chairmen too. His Lt’s. No more RINO/Crat coalition building. They are afraid. Very afraid. The voters are coming and they better watch out.

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  32. RINOKiller says:

    “No Balls” Boehner is HISTORY!

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  33. UpsideDownFlag says:

    Wow, John Boehner announced that he will resign.

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  34. haha says:

    Roger DESTROYED her! Love it!

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  35. NYGuy54 says:

    Megyn Kelly is a bit of a jerk.

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  36. Dora says:

    OMG!! What could they have had on Boehner to make him do this? He sold us out! He should have to face a firing squad for this!

    ..

    According to Cruz . The Speaker, before he resigns, has cut a deal with Nancy Pelosi to fund the Obama administration for the rest of its tenure, to fund Obamacare, to fund executive amnesty, to fund Planned Parenthood, to fund implementation of this Iran deal ­ and then, presumably, to land in a cushy K Street job after joining with the Democrats to implement all of President Obama’s priorities, that is not the behavior one would expect of a Republican Speaker of the House.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/article/2572819

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  37. Cameraman says:

    Boehner: Jumped or pushed?

    A sacrificial lamb on the altar of Lord Bush?

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  38. facebkwallflower says:

    Just saw this posted on facebook; “Trump campaign asks for a to use # before his name so they can track his social media… ‪#‎Trump‬ ‪#‎Donald‬! Please pass along and add to recent posts.”

    #Trump 2016 Go! #Donald

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  39. Stephen Mac says:

    And don’t forget Eisenhower deported 12 million illegals in 1954 in operation ‘wet-back’. He did it with 890 border security personel. I agree with Stone. Trump leadership is like Ike’s, get the right leaders in there and win the freaking war. That is what this is. Constitution vs Communism! Half the country supporting communism or too stupid to know the difference.

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  40. Psalmon says:

    Not even pretending to be fair at this point.

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