Donald Trump CNN Morning Interview: “I’m Not Going Anywhere – I’m Going To Win”…

Chris Cuomo @18:30 plays the “when are you getting out” game.

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99 Responses to Donald Trump CNN Morning Interview: “I’m Not Going Anywhere – I’m Going To Win”…

  1. Sentient says:

    Boy this Cuomo is a piece of…work. Glad I don’t have cable.

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  2. PerryC says:

    I see that CNN already has the Dem. Debate countdown clock going. It will be interesting to see the types of questions Hillary and Bernie get vs. the questions at the Republican debates. I’m sure it will be a lot of “Mrs. Clinton, Donald Trump has said that, if he’s elected, he will…….. What is your response to that?” type of question.
    If you’re playing a debate drinking game with the criteria that you drink each time a candidate gets asked a truly challenging or incisive question, you’ll have no need for a designated driver at the end of the night.

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  3. crossrib says:

    Love how Trump dominates these interviews and doesn’t even let the interviewer speak. Trump gets HIS message out over their airtime, and all the while the interviewer scrambles to get in his next ‘gotcha’ question. Did the same with Don Lemon

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    • PerryC says:

      LOL, watching the Trump interview, he’s basically challenging the premise of the questions being asked about Syria, and the big pull quote they put on the screen is “Trump – No one more militaristic than me”. Yes, he said that, but within a very specific context, although someone just tuning in would think he wanted to conquer the world.

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    • revbacon says:

      One might normally call that bad manners, but this Chris Cuomo was so antagonistic and so clingy with his talking points and his agenda, that Trump had no choice but to talk over the guy. What a hateful person he is!

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      • tappin52 says:

        I heard Cuomo interviewed by Mark Simone on his radio show afterward and he (Cuomo) was almost indignant with Trump’s agitation with the line of questioning. He was almost acting like “I dindunuffin to Trump”.

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    • kallibella says:

      Exactly right! Trump knows, as he also asserted, the liberal media and some “experts” in FNC distort the facts and spin spin spin to give the impression that reality is not real and that what they say is real. What a joke! They think that the savvy news consumer doesn’t see through that. Trump dominates. He corrects their misinformation, lack of information and just plain lies. I think that he knows very well these media people are so dishonest and are in essence in the propaganda business. I haven’t heard any of these jokers asking Hillary when she is gonna get out, because let’s face it her numbers are pathetic and the trend continues to be pathetic for her.

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  4. yohio says:

    Cuomo now acting like and idiot, they never get trump trying to tell others to get out of the race with there low poll numbers or just still pushing their deliberate narrative. Probably both.

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  5. Bluto says:

    Coordinated Media Narrative & Questioning:

    Q: To Donald Trump, Candidate, Polling in the 30% :
    “When are you going to drop out of the race????”

    Q: To All other Candidates, Polling in Single Digits or Zero%:
    “When is Trump going to drop out of the race????”

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  6. Christine says:

    Cuomo is a shill. He’s awful. Thanks for putting up these interviews! Trump is brilliant regarding Syria. Common sense combined with brilliance can’t beat it. Please God may he succeed and be our president.

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  7. stringy theory says:

    Every time this subject comes up, Trump should say you need to be asking jebito and the rest of the “zeroes” when they’re leaving and whose paying them to say in the race and why.

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  8. I’ve been noticing that the ‘smart set’ is now attacking Trump because he might get endorsements from labor unions. How absurd. Case in point:

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  9. trump continues to poll well in a fragmented field … This is not a football game where just the highest score wins. He needs close to the majority of votes to eventually come on top. There are a few questions , 1) He has by far the biggest recognition factor of all. How many people in the 65-75% that are not supporting him will be swayed to his side? 2) People brag about his polling in the 25% range among special groups. That would get him massacred in the general election, especially since he has less than 35% solid support among “republican voters”. 3) How many trump supporters are truly in favor of him and how many are just anti-GOPe?
    EVERY candidate has his/her own problems yet ot seems trump supporters ignore his even while attacking Cruz on a few votes (trump has ZERO record to rely on, which is a positive for him), attacking Cruz for “not being eligible” which is probably ridiculous. Attacking Carson for statements that he has made and then modified after consideration of details and people refusing to accept Carson’s leadership of many organiztion NOT “just being a doctor”. Rand Paul is the favorite whipping boy who is, IMO, the antithesis of trump and is polling so low that t0 seems insane trump would take the time to attack him UNLESS he was afraid of the concepts Paul represents?
    Christie will never overcome “the hug”, Rubio has “the gang of eight” fiasco and FioRINO has a checkered past in business et al. Jeb hass the perceived negative of the Bush name and being the GOPe candidate.
    I really cannot seem the suporters of the other candidates migrate to trump if their candidate bows out.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Some of the polls ask for “second candidate of choice” and Trump comes out on top in that question, too. So there is broad support — and eventually the donors are going to have to have difficult conversations with their failing (single digit polling) candidates.

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      • realitycheck6 says:

        The last poll Sundance listed had the following as the SECOND choice. :
        1) Carson 19%
        2) Fiorino 14%
        3) Undecided 13%
        4) Rubio 12%
        5) Cruz 9%
        6) Trump 8%

        If you combine first and second choice trump would lead because of his lead as number 1, but I think that is misleading. If your first choice drops out who would people vote for puts trump at 8% in 6th place which would leads me to believe there is not a lot of “crossover” support initially.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          Thanks for that. Hmmm. But even if 19% of Jindal’s handful of possible delegates would not add up to a lot for Carson. And note that Bush is not even in the top 6 of that list. This is getting very (mathematically) confusing — at least to me! It’s probably due to a lack of bacon in my diet this week.

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        • gulfbreeze says:

          IMO, no matter what people may say in these type of polls, registered GOP voters will support whoever the GOP candidate is in the general election. In addition, the “I’ll just stay home and not vote” contingent discovered in the last 2 elections that is the worst thing you can do. Staying home and not voting for Trump will get you Shrillary, Kommissar Bernie or Groping Joe, i.e. 4 more years of Obama-style progressive government. I didn’t like McCain or Romney, but I held my nose and voted for them, knowing I certainly didn’t want Obama (and I’m a long-term Constitutional Libertarian, registered Independent.)

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Those “few votes ” are anti-American workers. Trump always puts the American people FIRST.

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    • prescient11 says:

      Um, winning 25% of the black vote is LANDSLIDE numbers for a Republican. fyi

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      • You assume he carries the the majority of the vote with an over 50% disapproval rating … sorry but you can carry 70% of the AA vote and you get massacred with that information… (the 25% number is an outlier in the polls)

        Biden beats him in many polls and that is without Warren running as VP.

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        • lorac says:

          I personally don’t think “likeability” is important. I remember everyone saying they wanted to have a beer with Bush II (but that has nothing to do with governing ability). I don’t think it was polled, though, just something reporters were finding.

          With Obama this “likeability” stuff came up big time, and was not only polled, it was always presented next to his less favorable regular polling numbers. I think it was done to manipulate. I can’t remember those dual types of polls being around before. And I think those latter poll numbers were inflated, because people wanted to show they weren’t racist (Oh, but I like him!), even if they weren’t going to vote for him in the privacy of the election booth.

          Basically, I think they these two types of polls are measuring two different, not necessarily related, things. You can have an unfavorable impression of someone (wishing he weren’t so brash, etc), but still know that he is the only one who can save the country.

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    • I know, right? Trump is probably done. I mean, primary candidates attacking one another? Unprecedented.
      /sarc

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  10. dizzymissl says:

    This is a nice little interview with a “tour” of Trump’s office

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/news/watch-donald-trump-gives-us-a-tour-of-his-office/vi-AAfacRj

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  11. Serpentor says:

    You don’t need to arm the daylights out of the schools, or even advocate for arming the schools.

    All you have to do is ALLOW conceal carry by law abiding legal citizens. Stop disallowing it. It’s that simple. Let the whackos gamble. Right now it’s fish in a barrel.

    Right now, I’m fairly confident it’s a felony to show up at any school in the country with a loaded weapon. That’s fine with me if they want to turn the area into a militarized zone where everyone goes in through metal detectors and the entrances and exits are covered with armed personnel. Think of how crazy that sounds, and how expensive it would be… which is why I’m not really in favor of it, but would prefer that the constitutional right to “bear” (carry) arms not be suspended.

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    • joshua says:

      many many schools today have magnetometers at the entry areas, require full picture ID of visitors and limited access to teaching areas, and have armed “resource officers” and area visual closed circuit video surveillance of all areas.

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      • Serpentor says:

        Sounds like a prison. If those places want to ban law abiding adults from carrying, so be it, but I’m confident those prison-like schools are a fairly low percentage.

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        • joshua says:

          not at all….the reason is KIDS having weapons as well, and people showing up to take a kid out of school that are either NOT related, or are some illegal relative that may or may not be registered with the office records as having a right to take the kids out of school…These are not prisons…but they are forced by laws and circumstances to act this way in today’s world. Not necessarily in rural majority non-illegal immigrant and low-income non urban areas. Kids cannot have a weapon or anything like a weapon even in their car in the parking lot. Weapon of choice is a carton cutter, for your information.

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      • lorac says:

        require full picture ID of visitors

        …..until that school turns into a polling station, then no IDs are required 😦

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    • rashamon says:

      I haven’t watched “The View” since a client went on to promote a book over fifteen years ago, but made an exception because my daughter called saying Carson was scheduled and would addressing the latest massacre in Washington. He came out in favor of arming and fully training teachers and others (I’m assuming he meant other staff). Oddly, on every topic the ladies addressed, he had an answer — quietly — that shut them up. I’ve never seen such a silent group of harpies.

      He may not be the best person for president, but I really hope Trump finds a place for his demeanor and intelligence.

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      • Serpentor says:

        Carson does a lot of good getting out there on a topic like that. Now, I’m not in favor of arming and training teachers, they have enough on their plates to teach kids, and it’s debatable how good they are at that (I happen to think generally they’re pretty good). Most teachers are die-hard libbies, so advocating that they carry or be forced to wouldn’t go over very well. What I’m suggesting is that teachers not be barred from carrying, nor should any other school personnel if they so choose.

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        • MfM says:

          Don’t count out the janitors, kitchen and office staff. I know many retired military that are doing that after leaving the military.

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          Some teachers would be at high risk of being disarmed in their classrooms by a student, unfortunately.

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          • lorac says:

            Yes. Another way of making schools safer is going back to kicking those bad kids out. Teachers shouldn’t have to teach in classrooms where students physically attack them (so many youtubes of that). Kick them out, and make them have to go to an alternative school. If they get kicked out of that, too bad, they can figure out how to get a GED. Or not. We have to stop dumbing down our schools (lowest common denominator) and allowing dangerous environments for the kids who want to learn. Trump wants to make us great again, and that means letting average and gifted students fly, even if someone wants to scream “disparate impact”!

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            • SharonKinDC says:

              It’s gotten worse due to BO admin ‘disparate impact’ on punishment in schools. Hence a white/Asian kid will be suspended more readily than a Hispanic kid who is suspended more readily than a black kid. All about equal outcome. I await a grading curve where all get A’s.

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      • joshua says:

        the teachers, being MOSTLY liberals…do NOT want to carry guns…they want PROTECTION for themselves, but the do NOT want to be aggressors…they have been mentally trained to that position in academia especially…..

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        • rashamon says:

          Perhaps the argument is not IF teachers should be armed, but WHY the school at all levels has become a war zone?

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        • lorac says:

          Well, if the powers that be would get a clue and realize that diversity is not skin color, but really varying viewpoints, the environment would be such that teachers of different ideas could feel comfortable being teachers, IMO.

          I’m a dem who went indy in 2008. It didn’t take long before I realized that campuses (and most tv) are not diverse. Color, yes, diverse, no. I had never noticed because I just assumed they were teaching what was “right”. The shock of the 2008 primaries opened my eyes that it’s not as simple as I had learned, that all left is good, and all right is bad. And that allowed me to see how non-diverse our country has become – in academia, the media, the public discourse, and of course all the p.c.

          Trump should campaign on restoring diversity – REAL diversity, America as a marketplace of ideas – not indoctrination.

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  12. mickie says:

    Trump’s honesty is so refreshing! He doesn’t hesitate before he answers, unlike the others. That’s because he answers honestly. LOVE ME SOME TRUMP!!!!!!!!!

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  13. Voltaire's Crack says:

    http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2015/PPP_Release_NationalGOP_100615.pdf
    Trump Holding Steady Nationally; Rubio Biggest Gainer
    Raleigh, N.C. – PPP’s newest national Republican poll actually finds the top of the field
    in a pretty similar place to where it was in late August. Donald Trump leads the field with
    27%, similar to the 29% he had on our last survey. Ben Carson is in second place with
    17%, also similar to the 15% he had last time around. Marco Rubio at 13%, Jeb Bush at
    10%, Ted Cruz at 7%, Carly Fiorina at 6%, and Mike Huckabee and John Kasich each at
    4% round out the list of candidates with decent levels of support. Chris Christie, Rand
    Paul, and Rick Santorum are all at 2%, Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, and George
    Pataki each get 1%, and in last place with less than 1% is Jim Gilmore.

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    • joshua says:

      rubio is getting recognition ONLY because his handlers have told him to take on TRUMP who is the big media attention getter….that is the only way RUBIO gets any attention, and if Trump would marginalize him, it would not work….but Trump sometimes putts like he drives….400 yards….

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  14. videoviewer says:

    Many conservatives liked Walker because he was a fighter. Many conservatives liked Christie because he was a fighter. Many conservatives liked Cruz because he was a fighter. Same with Rubio. The later two were elected to fight. All have lost favor to some extent or the other because they stopped fighting on important issues and have made nice at some point. (and other issues, such as was Walker really ready for prime time and had he thought out his stance on issues past the state level?)
    Many conservatives like Fiorina because she is perceived as an articulate, stay on point, fearless fighter (she got brownie points for going attacking, clearly and concisely, PP and other issues). Carson is seen as a fighter, standing firm on issues, even if not a fighter in temperament. He was unafraid to say exactly what he thought and then to Stand by It! Even on hot button issues. People will find out that where they stand on issues and that Florina is not the outsider she claims to be and while they like the fighter aspect they will loose interest to an extent …. ???
    Is it outsider status per se or is it willingness to fight on issues of importance v. laying down and being steamrolled that is attracting people to these candidates? When Rubio and Cruz were elected did they stay with the people that elected them or did they lay down on crucial issues? Can we count on them to do what they say they will do?
    Trump is a fighter. He is clear on that. Even if one does not agree with him on all of the issues, one can count on him to fight for what he believes in, to do what he says he will do and not get elected and then lay down on the job. He is standing up to the MSM narrative and doing a fantastic job. He won’t cave. He won’t be steamrolled. He won’t be tricked into a crucial vote. He won’t blow hot air and then not take action that matters. We see him fighting and checking the MSM on reality every step of the way and calling them out.
    Do we want someone who is nasty and ugly? Is that what I mean by a fighter? No, but someone who can beat them at their own game and give better than he is getting thrown at him. Someone who can stand up to the bullies.
    Give ’em hell, Trump! Look forward to the headlines “Trump looses” being held up by Trump on the morning he wins, ala Truman ’48.

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  15. I like the statement, ” I’m not going anywhere, I’m going to WIN!! ”

    Go Trump!!

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  16. Suzy Kiprien says:

    What to say? Cuomo is a ‘twit’.

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  17. Dora says:

    Don’t forget that he will be on Special Report with Bret Baier tonight. And Bret went to The Donald’s office to do the interview! 🙂

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  18. NotaNYer says:

    Chris Cuomo….. following the footsteps of a long line of Cuomo @ssholes.

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  20. mpmp2015 says:

    Trump’s best interviews are the ones he does when he “calls it in” and not appear in person. He’s much more animated and combative than his in person interviews. Which makes it great for Trump fans to really enjoy. The phone interviews with Cuomo are among my favorites. The expressions Cuomo makes is priceless. This latest one, he was more measured in his facial expressions, because a lot of people poked fun of his facial expressions when he last interviewed Trump. In the end, Cuomo was exasperated and dejected and can’t wait to get him off the phone to end his nightmare on live TV. This latest one is a gem. Loved every minute of it. Only Trump can insult fellow billionaire Norman Braman as a mere “car dealer” in relation to his connection with Rubio. Only Trump can pull it off! Go Trump!!!

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  21. The Boss says:

    My, how nobody seems to be paying attention to Snarly all of a sudden. I think Nikki Haley “trumped” Snarly with her presence during SC’s epic rainfall and floods over the past several days.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      I think the issue of Snarly standing by the video as actual undercover footage, when it seems to be a case of the womans testimony in the original undercover videos brought to life hurt her. Also, her UTTERLY INSANE FP position ‘I won’t talk to Putin’ and ‘Send the 6th fleet’ (then what) didn’t ding her immediately, but when Putin went into Syria, I’m sure some remembered her words and realized the folly of Ms WWIII’s candidacy.

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  22. nyetneetot says:

    I get a kick out of how he just talks over them to give his answers regardless of them trying to create a got you moment.

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  23. citizen817 says:

    Trump is knocking it out of the park on Brett Baier! Go Trump Go.

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  24. I love Trump’s stance on Syria. He is the only sane person asking the question that everyone should have been long ago – “who are these rebels we are backing”. The answer of course is many are as bad as ISIS and are even working with ISIS. There is no such thing as a “moderate” rebel. They are all radical Sunni Islamists who want to wipe out Assad and wipe out the minorities he protects which include up to 2 million Christians!

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  25. Ellie says:

    The limp wristed chattering class hate an alpha male….Go Trump!

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  26. Jett Black says:

    Cuomo is insufferable. Can’t stand to listen to him, even to hear Trump’s bon mots. Here’s the response to any lefty whining about “doing something” to stop murderers: Howzabout we go with a 100% proven solution? What has historically stopped every one of these shootings? A good person with their own gun. Just look at the Ft. Hood jihad or Jeanne Assam the security guard who stopped a mass murderer at the New Life Church in Colorado Springs in 2007. Anyone notice that most of these wacko murderers who don’t get shot by someone else, off themselves or allow police to help them suicide as soon as anyone with their own firearm, whether police or not, shows up? Who has consistently been the victim of these shootings? People without and in many cases unconstitutionally denied the means to defend themselves. While the progs can go and contemplate their navels in mom’s basement to try to find a way to allow people the freedom that is their inalienable right, but still predict and interdict every person who might commit a crime, let’s go with what works. Arm up; allow those who are willing to take the responsibility to carry and be empowered to guard the sheeple; provide armed security, either through existing staff or hired armed security at sensitive locations, like schools. Not just in this day and time, but throughout all history, any school with a principal, headmaster, or other chief who wasn’t or isn’t capable of actually defending an attack on the school is not worthy of the position and should be held personally responsible for any failure to fulfill his/her moral duty to those in his/her charge.

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  27. Jett Black says:

    One more point–there was a long period of time in this nation when seeing a man with a gun didn’t alarm anyone–it was the norm. That was the long period of time when crime was minimal and prosperity was maximal. Facts. Not BS, not fantasy, not cowards’ feelings. Facts.

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    • Dora says:

      Back in the 50s high schools used to have shooting ranges. Often the young men would be seen on the subway carrying their rifles with them on their way to school. It doesn’t seem that long ago. 😦

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      • IrishMutt says:

        In my high school physics classroom, every year our teacher performed a pretty convincing demonstration that all objects fall at the same rate.

        He suspended a 22 rifle from the ceiling in the back of the room and a short block of 2×4 length-wise from the ceiling in the front of the room. A crudely fashioned electromagnet held the block in place, and a wire feeding the magnet ran back to a circuit breaker opened by the pull of the rifle’s trigger.

        He climbed up on a ladder, pulled the trigger: the rifle fired, and the wood block loudly and harmlessly bounced off the front wall — a wall which was the back wall of school’s in session chemistry class and laboratory!

        Nobody was alarmed or fearful, and we all found it awesomely convincing.

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    • IrishMutt says:

      My friends and I used to carry our 22’s through town, no problem. But that was a town where nobody locked their cars or even their home windows or doors.

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  28. kpm58 says:

    Cuomo is the Black Knight from Monty Python.

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  29. tooskinneejs says:

    Should I hold my breath until CNN asks Hillary when she is going to drop out of the race?

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  30. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Trump goes from 25% to 35% and Carly goes from 5% to 10% and Trump is asked when he is dropping out because Carly is gaining on him? So next time Trump is 45% and Carly is 15% and then the next time trump is 55% and Carly 25% and the last one is Trump is 65% and Carly is 35% so who won? And that wold be considered a landslide victory BTW.

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    • IrishMutt says:

      You can mislead the innumerate with numbers as easily as with words. With your paragraph, you switch over to discussing ratios:

      “Trump was leading Carly 5 to 1 early on, but his advantage suddenly plummeted to only 3 and 1/2 to 1. When he stubbornly refused to drop out in the face of such declining support, his remaining advantage dropped to 3 to 1. Then, to barely over 2 to 1; finally ending up well under 2 to 1. While some might consider that a landslide victory, the trend clearly shows Carly simply ran out of time on the clock.”

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  31. Dee says:

    At marker 24:35 towards the end of the interview, did you all happen to catch that snarky closing statement & microexpression of a smile? What a putz! Here’s what he said, “…I am actually in the ‘unique position’ to tell you you have to go…” blah blah blah. Oh he thinks he’s so slick and sly. I’m sure that was a snide remark in reference to Trump getting out of the campaign. Insufferable Jerk!

    Go Trump!!

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    • keebler AC says:

      Liberals are a passive aggressive sort. Obama is the perfect example. When they can’t get their way, they resort to childish inane retorts. I hate to say it here, but they are nothing but little pric*s.

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  32. Sandra says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if Trump won the election, and when he gives his first press conference he disallows certain media personalities from attending? That’s what I would do.

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  33. Lou says:

    it’s all Bush’s fault. well as long as Donald says it, it’s true. it’s true no matter what though. the war in Iraq was not worth it. the WMD excuse was lame. too many injured soldiers, high gas prices, and money down the drain. Cindy Sheehan was right, as is Donald Trump. I think many Conservatives are afraid to admit it. We need true Conservatives, not GOP. The GOP isn’t an alternative to the Democratic Party. Both Parties stink.

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  34. keebler AC says:

    Cuomo got p’owned by what he referred on air compared to green ears as the older man. Trump threw all the punches and Cuomo could barely duck and recover! LOL.

    As for Rubio, this twerp reminds me of those young carefully groomed recruits working in a retail store trying to sell you some gimmick – it’s very off-putting because you’d think being young is cool but these kids are not. They talk like old men trying to sell you a car. Rubio is all about the $$$. He’ll take back room deal money and sell grease if he has too. Compared to the dignified presence of Donald Trump, he’s a young grease monkey.

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  35. sheridan says:

    Someone Mr Trump preferably needs to save the liberals and there media from themselves. They are increasingly cringe worthy and really childish and frankly dumb.
    They are teenagers in suits seeing who lie and diss each other the most
    Trump is a Father wandering if the liberal kids will ever grow up or if liberals have drifted off to there home planet for ever.
    Every time trump talks to liberals he looks like he wants to say put down the pot your smoking and at least pretend to grown up for 5 min.

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