Candidate Donald Trump “No Labels” Rally, Speech With Q & A (Video)…

In an appearance at the No Labels Problem Solver Convention in New Hampshire, Donald Trump talks about campaign finance reform, immigration reform, the debt, and climate change. He also takes questions on health care, debt, ISIS and jobs.

The “No Labels” Group is a leftist front group started by Jon Huntsman (GOPe candidate in 2012)  *Note* Abby Huntsman (Daughter) recently hired by Fox News

Lauren Batchelder  (pictured behind Donald Trump)

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  1. Listening right now he sounds great. The Wollman Rink, New York’s outdoor ice skating facility which Trump worked on, shows his good work skills , how he works with many different people to get projects done he is a doer has incredible insight works well with others. Great over all speech.

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    • coldsnap says:

      Over and over… no teleprompters, no disconnected faux persona, no give-the-run-around answers. SO REAL… so people-friendly, so smart, so accomplished. Can-do-it-attitude!

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      • The question and answer portion at the end is great, he addressed student loans, of course he got booed about defunding PP, but then many young kids in the audience, but he stands strong I like it, no one will ever agree with one candidate fully.

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        • wondering999 says:

          About defunding PP, the problem bigger than defunding PP.

          Posting a link below, it is a 20-year-old, 1995 video about conditions in China, where a forcible “one-child” policy was instituted for population control at the urging of international policy groups. As a result, millions of baby girls were either aborted, killed at birth, or abandoned to orphanages where they were neglected (or used for medical purposes?)

          In this Youtube, if you watch to about the middle, you’ll come across a description of an orphanage that is appealing and fit for human habitation, a Chinese orphanage where couples come in to take charge of the children as their own and live with them. That should be explored in more detail.

          It’s fine to oppose PP, but there are consequences to millions more infants needing care. Start thinking ahead. In the United States and Europe, once contraceptives became legally available, the population rates dropped like a rock, and without forcible government intervention in any direction — people were no longer forced into childbearing (the way it had been when contraceptives were outlawed), or forced into abortions (like in China). What is an appropriate role for government in this issue? I don’t want either extreme.

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          • smiley says:

            well here’s one suggestion, old-fashioned and simplistic as it might be…

            if you’re not married and can’t afford and don’t want children, stop breeding.
            exercise self-control and responsibility over your life including your sex-life, and the atrocities and heart-break shown in this sad video will stop.
            period.

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            • joshua says:

              gosh, my mother and father explained that clearly to me, as did all the other parents in 1955 to their kids going into high school.

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            • wondering999 says:

              Thanks Smiley. Your simple suggestion works well for a lot of situations in the U.S.

              Beyond our borders, though, there are millions trying to emigrate, trying to break out of poverty and living situations where their lives are cheap. They are desperate to to break into Western countries where living conditions and opportunities are better. The simple advice that you gave won’t help them, because the parents in those situations are generally married and chastity (of women especially) is enforced by threat of death to the mother and/or the baby.

              The PP website claims that “….Half of the world’s population is now under 25…” Do you believe that isn’t true? It isn’t true in the U.S. and Europe, but it does seem to be true in most of the rest of the world: Africa, Middle East and Asia.
              https://www.plannedparenthood.org/about-us/planned-parenthood-global

              In many cases women (and child brides) don’t have control over their fertility or their poverty. Europe (and the U.S.) is being invaded now by desperate people, with more on the way.

              A lot of people hate Planned Parenthood with a passion. OK, but the problem is bigger than Planned Parenthood. Our political, ethical and border invasion problems won’t end if Planned Parenthood is defunded in the United States and overseas. How exactly is the world’s burgeoning population going to be fed, employed, and cleaned up after in the coming decades?

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              • wanthetruth says:

                Can we not take care of our own country’s morality, mortality, and issues without being the world’s conscience, policeman and caretaker for once?

                We cannot help others until we are back on solid ground in this country. This isn’t a time for “We are the world.” If we aren’t healed ourselves there will be no “us” to be of help to others.

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                • auscitizenmom says:

                  And, that isn’t even taking into account the culture of those other nations, which in many cases is exactly what has held them back from true progress.

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              • smiley says:

                yes…a bigger problem, indeed.
                and way beyond the scope of whatever opinions I might have, and of this thread.
                except to say that “our political, ethical and border invasion” is the result of this cabal in control who encourages abortion, and only serves to worsen conditions here for American orphans who happen to survive against the odds.
                in the here and now.
                as for coming decades ?
                way too far in the future to try to deal with, realistically.

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              • The world’s poor is not our problem.

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          • Jaxvillekid says:

            I’m sick and tired of this idea of forced into child bearing as though pregnancy isn’t totally avoidable. Last time I checked pregnancy isn’t a disease that you catch through no fault of your own. It requires a certain action that we all know except in cases of rape. Otherwise to think some actions should have no consequences is ridiculous. Another thing is population rates in America and Europe dropping amoung the native peoples is not necessarily a good thing.

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            • Jett Black says:

              Yeah! The young woman who petulantly stood with her fists on her hips asking if she could do what she wants with her body–simple answer–Sure, as long as you take responsibility for the consequences of your choices. Trump needs to be ready for these, ’cause they are going to be sent in droves.

              Also, be ready to address key issues related to PP by showing what the true numbers are regarding the percentage of their “business” that is directly related to abortions versus other health care and that they give nowhere near the actual healthcare that other organizations do, which do not receive any or far less federal funding. 92 percent of pregnant women going to Planned Parenthood get abortions while very few get prenatal or adoption services. There are agencies (e.g., Generation Healthcare, GetYourCare.org (showing 20-1 availability for alternatives to PP, etc.), far more than there are PP facilities, that offer real healthcare, not just abortions (remember, almost no PP facilities actually provide breast exams or any other real medical/diagnostic procedure–they refer women for those. So any healthcare provider can do a referral or one might be able to go direct to the actual provider with a little research or word-of-mouth info).

              Another significant issue–why should any healthcare facility receive any federal funding? Aren’t we all insured through <0-don’tcare now? Everyone is insured, so everyone can pay their own way.

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              • smiley says:

                woman + fetus = two bodies.
                that woman with the fetus = a mother.
                if she finds the fetus inconvenient and wants to kill it, she’s not fit to be a mother.
                abortion should be considered a crime, and punishable as a such.
                and it has absolutely nothing to do with any bogus right to choose what a woman wants to do with “her body”.
                if she is so careless with her own body, she has no “right” to then become a murderer of her unborn child.
                that fetus has a soul.
                and feels each slash and puncture and suction device.
                that little body.
                those silent screams.
                abortion has nothing to do with a woman’s right to anything.
                its about infanticide….reducing the population.
                under the hideous guise of “rights”.

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                • Sharon says:

                  woman + fetus = two bodies.

                  Yes.

                  If there were a capacity and willingness to think it could be pointed out that while they have the right to do what they want with their own bodies they don’t have the right to do what they want, as in kill or injure, the body of another.

                  The acceptance of points of view dependent on deception has made it almost impossible to make rational points and connect obvious dots.

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                • wanthetruth says:

                  Here is a video showing what those fetuses ripped from their mother’s wombs “are” and what they feel!

                  Every one of those students fighting for “women’s rights” should be made to sit down and watch this so they get an idea input in their small minds of what they advocate for.

                  http://www.westernjournalism.com/watch-startling-footage-of-16-week-old-unborn-baby-catches-doctors-completely-off-guard/

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                  • auscitizenmom says:

                    I was about 4 mo. pregnant when we went to a Christmas party. They were playing mostly rock n roll and when a country song came on my baby started keeping time to it. I have witnesses. About 6 people felt him kicking or whatever he was doing. He loves all kinds of music, but was partial to Country when he was little.

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                • Sandra says:

                  I was a former brainwashed liberal. I remember thinking that the fetus was similar to a parasite. I would make those same stupid statements about wanting control of my body, I didn’t think at all about the actual abortion procedure, I never had an abortion but even if I’d had one I doubt I would have given it much thought at the time. Someone had given me Our Bodies Ourselves and in it was a gruesome photo of a woman who had been a victim of a botched back-alley abortion. Even though I was adamant about not getting pregnant it didn’t occur to be that back-alley abortion victim might have avoided her predicament if she’d just employed abstinence or some other low-tech contraception. If women truly want control of their bodies then they need to stop being lazy and make sure they don’t get pregnant if they don’t want to produce a baby

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                  • auscitizenmom says:

                    I share your experience when I was younger. But, I will say, a dear friend of mine had a “foam” baby, and then a couple years later, a “pill” baby. She was just incredibly fertile. Sometimes even contraception doesn’t work.

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              • wanthetruth says:

                PP claims only 3% of their services are regarding abortion.

                Rachel’s Vineyard put out a video of how they offer help to post-abortive women and in that video they delineated just how creative PP gets in arriving at that 3%.

                The House Judiciary Committee hearing needs to make PP demonstrate their creativity in arriving at that figure. It would leave them without a need for “women’s health” funding as so little of their effort is put toward that end.

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              • JillyW says:

                Per a post I saw at the Daily Mail article the girl asking the question about “her body” shows up on Linkedin as a Jeb intern.

                http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3269718/Trump-gives-young-feminist-brush-equal-pay-abortion-going-make-good-job-happen-pro-life.html?ito=social-twitter_dailymailus

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            • knotpeesea says:

              Exactly. I always said that until you prove that a baby is a disease than abortion isn’t healthcare- its just murdering a baby. lib chicks hate that one

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          • First off we have birth control options now that we never had when Roe VS wade was approved by the SC. We have nearly two dozen brands of pills that can be used for emergency conception, 2 work up to 5 days after the event. So if someone is raped , contraception fails, they did not use any they can go to a pharmacy and obtain a pill to stop anything from happening. Morals is part of the problem, some get pregnant and want to show the baby bump then maybe after they find out baby’s daddy won’t be in for the long haul or they meet someone new they then decide they want a abortion. I do not want to pay for anyone’s abortion the end.

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          • spacette55 says:

            IMO, the best answer to defunding PP is to direct legislators and others to all the negative YELP reviews. Google your local PP and check it out. Regardless of whether it’s providing abortion or any other service, their customer service record in billing, scheduling, wait time and staff rudeness is abysmal. The recent videos showed the level of caring of PP staff and the YELP reviews reinforce that view. The poor illiterate girls who seek abortions at PP would never sign those consent releases if they bothered to actually read what they were consenting.

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          • sandraopines says:

            Hi all, First time poster long time lurker. LOVE this site

            We are huge supporters of adoption. I am adopted, 4 children all different types of adoption including step-parent, international and domestic. There are MANY people who will adopt babies. International adoption has been greatly reduced with Hague Convention etc… So many people want to adopt and so many babies are aborted.

            Adoption is VERY difficult. We had to prove our income, pass a million tests including marriage counseling to ensure our family was stable. The Fire Marshall had to to inspect our home and we were quizzed on our emergency plans. Every part of our lives was scrutinized. You have no idea unless you have lived it!

            I have had to come to terms with abortion… I am pro-life but gave up the fight, too many battles these days so I just leave that be. That being said, the US shouldn’t pay for someone to take the life of a child in or out of womb.

            These women need to start using preventatives. There are plenty of ways to get preventative things free of charge at our local Health Department. You get a brown bag special full of goodies. Why is this opportunity ignored? Why have the Health Dept if the Federal Gov is funding PP??

            There are many other options than just the Gov paying for PP to zap the life of a baby.

            Sorry my first post was a rant.

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          • ediegrey says:

            Mistakenly “liked” this – because of contraception Europe is inviting millions of Muslims in so their countries don’t disappear. Contraception is against the natural law, not a good thing. The sexual revolution has been a disaster – when you turn against God, do not expect good results.

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              I have to disagree on the subject of contraception. I remember reading a diary of a young woman back in the 1800’s who was a pioneer crossing the country with her husband. She married very young, maybe 15, and had at least 8 pregnancies, most ending in miscarriage and a couple live births and the children died. She died at the ripe old age of 22. I never could make the numbers match, but that poor woman. I don’t think that was uncommon before contraception.

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            • Sandra says:

              Hey, the sexual revolution produced a couple of good things. 1) Women were finally allowed to enjoy sex, and 2) women were finally allowed to prevent pregnancy if they didn’t want to become pregnant. Now both of these are cases of women controlling their own bodies, unlike abortion which is nothing short of murder. Contraception isn’t just the pill, which I would say has been a bit of a disaster because it caused many women to become promiscuous. Contraception includes abstinence, avoiding intercourse during the most fertile part of the cycle (“rhythm”), and physical barriers like condoms and diaphragms. All of these methods give women appropriate toughtful and intelligent control of their bodies and totally avoid the gray area of whether or not stopping implantation of a fertilized egg, or causing shedding of the uterus after fertilization, is technically abortion. I got a little off topic here but I’m pretty passionate about this subject. You see, I never wanted children, and there is no way that I would allow anyone to tell me that I cannot not employ the methods I mentioned above.

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        • cohibadad says:

          Yeah. The feminist who once again falsely claimed that women get paid less than men, then asked about abortions, and then stood there with her hands on her hips with that ultra-cocky stance. He gave her the quick answer. Get paid the same for doing the job as well and Trump is pro-life. Save your feminism for someone else’s airtime.

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        • coldsnap says:

          Agreed! Can’t please all the people thing. But, there’s A LOT to like! One reason he gets so much done, is because he stands strong. Gotta believe in yourself… no doubt he does!! ha

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          These are young people, many of whom think they know it all. Babies! They don’t know anything yet.

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        • One thing obvious about the left, they can’t listen. I wasn’t prepared to accept Trump, until listening and weighing it out. Did you notice how a liberal asks a question, then go off to talk to other to prove how intelligent and don’t wait to listen to a response. These are college kids, are they taught not to listen to anything but a specific dogma? They don’t have to agree with the answer but they should have the curtesy to wait and weigh the response.

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  2. Josie says:

    Isn’t “No Labels” the official name of the political party to which the Uni-Party Congresscritters in Washington DC belong?

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  3. wondering999 says:

    Very good details, pouring the concrete in four days instead of tiny sections over 8 years… consulting with the hockey rink in Montreal and deciding to use salt water instead of expensive freon that leaks. Very good. Glad Trump talked about all this.

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    • wondering999 says:

      Just relistened to it, the concrete was poured in 24 hours, not 4 days. Had misheard when interrupted. (and yes, the volume is turned low. That needs to get fixed!)

      Anyway the rink is a great story of getting things done! I want to see this happen in other areas too.

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  4. prescient11 says:

    This is what a man does with a semi-hostile crowd. Given its persuasion, he did a wonderful job on the stump.

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    • Truthfilter says:

      ^^This is exactly my first impression! Only a real man would place himself in a question and answer session with confrontational college students. I loved his answer to the girl who asked if she would make the same money as a man and if she should have control over her own body: “You’ll make the same money if you do the same quality of work. And I’m pro-life.” I’m sending this video to my mellenial daughters.

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    • Sentient says:

      This was one of Trump’s best appearances. He understood that it was different than 31,000 fans in Alabama. There was less bombast, yet still humor. Less ego – even self-deprecating jokes about his ego. When he came to issues where he flat out disagreed with the questioner (South Korea or the pro-choice “plant”) he just stated his position and didn’t equivocate. For those of us who watch and listen to everything he says , there was very little repetition . Very impressive performance. Very impressive.

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  5. TheTorch says:

    HD version of New Hampshire No Label events by Fox 10:

    Also includes the mini news presser before.

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    • Meyer says:

      Petty me – – – but what about the crown on that girl’s head? I’m embarrassed for her.

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    • thanks for posting the entire video with the presser. now i see it’s not about racial labels, but about dem vs repub labels and working across the isle. ok. good. Trump did an excellent job!

      OMG! LOL! They’re playing Steven Tyler’s song even after the cease and desist letter? I wonder what’s going on with that?

      Lieberman sounds like he really likes Donald Trump. He’s one of those type of democrats that Trump can pull in I think.

      i’ve already spoken to the disgraceful female student’s in my other post so won’t go through that again.

      Trump is courageous, strong, confident and a true leader. I am sure he was thanking God for his blessings to have such wonderful, smart, and respectful children.

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  6. sunspots7 says:

    He is getting better with his delivery. Practice makes perfect. He has the excellent skill of sounding genuine not canned when giving the same message over and over in difference speeches. Just image how good he will be before the primaries several months from now..

    I love the way he handled the Q about “will I have control of my body”. His answer – “I am pro-life”. BOOM. No apologies. No sniveling, slippery, pandering, philosophical answer. Just “I am pro-life”. Like it or lump it. Move on.

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  7. amjean says:

    Oh my Lord! Those students in the back look like dimwitted zombies!
    The ones in the audience looked like a bunch of losers also. Anyone
    notice the vacant look in their eyes? I don’t have time to watch the
    whole video right now; I am just assuming that these people are not
    Trump supporters.

    BTW, I saw my first “Bernie” bumper sticker on a Subaru; middle aged
    white man who looked the type to vote for Sanders if you know what I mean!
    He had that pinched look that is so recognizable.

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  8. Ivehadit says:

    i have been finding that YouTube is dulling the sound down. Anyone else experiencing this? Strange but over the weekend several of Donald’s most excellent appearances (especially the Georgia event) that were on YouTube are very low volume…curious. (And yes, my speakers are on maximum volume as is the youtube speaker).

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  9. His answer to the woman who asked “Will I be able to earn as much as a man, and will I be able to choose what I do with my body?”

    Trump answers: “You will make the same amount of money as a man if you do as good of a job. I happen to be Pro-Life.”

    Good answers. Equal pay for equal work and an equal opportunity for life for the children that are conceived as a result of your own decisions.

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    • Jaxvillekid says:

      Amen!

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    • shiloh1973 says:

      As a woman born in the 50’s, served in the Air Force in the 70’s, I am so sick of these 20 something twits expecting the government to fix all their problems! You want to earn the same as a man? Then work twice as hard like I had to do. You want control of your own body? Get birth control and stop blaming men for all your stinking problems. Suck it up buttercup and deal with it!

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    • El Torito says:

      Yes – equal pay for equal results. Of course, one thing people always seem to forget is that the interview is part of the negotiation. You accept a sub par pay offer, that’s your problem.

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  10. Garrison Hall says:

    Like a lion entering a den of Daniels, I expected Trump to get off a couple of good roars before the libtard audience began to preach him to death. In actually, he did a good job before a decidedly cool audience, once again showing that he is, in fact, a pretty cool character himself. I’m sure he knew full well just who he was talking to just as I’m sure they thought they were going to catch him in an embarrassing statement. Didn’t work. This was not an audience you win over and it looks like Trump knew this going in.

    The “No Labels” folks are progressives. Trump was in the lair of the uniparty. The test was for him to hold his own in an unfriendly crowd. In this he acquitted himself quite well. Once again, this guy demonstrates to us that he knows exactly what he’s doing and exactly who he’s taking to.

    I especially liked his comments about the continuous 26 hour (think about that!!) concrete pour for the skating rink under his direct supervision. I also liked his comments about hiring women to supervise in the construction trades. This little factoid went completely over the heads of his audience, most of who would have trouble starting their own lawnmowers. In truth 2 or 3 decades ago, women were not visible in the construction trades and almost never in supervisory positions where one mistake can cost millions to correct. With Trump they were doing those kinds of jobs and being both well regarded and well rewarded in the process. GO TRUMP!!

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    • The “No Labels” folks are progressives.

      I was wondering about that label. As you have already observed, the audience appeared to be somewhat antagonistic, as was evidenced in a couple of the questions posed to The Donald. But, he handled them (and himself) well.

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        No Labels = a single party state = fascism. They’d never admit to this, of course, but the core of fascist ideology (which the progressive movement praised before WWII) was based on a uniparty state which would do away with traditional political parties. The state would be all. I find the whole “No Labels” concept to be so much hogwash.

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    • that fact completely went over the head of the low-information voter who asked the question.
      i realize one thing today: if these are “progressives,” then i don’t like progressives. and truthfully they seem more like they are going backwards that progressing forward. ancient rome already tried where they are going AND IT DIDN’T WORK. so how is what the liberals want as being considered “progressive??” seems recessive to me. they’re lost in the dark ages of ROME.

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    • annieoakley says:

      Men in construction can make those ‘million dollars to correct’ mistakes just as easily as a woman.

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  11. joanfoster says:

    Could someone please slap the smirk off that little twit with her hands on her hips a la Hillary who asked the question about equal pay and having control over her body. I can tell her in no uncertain terms how to control her body, but it wouldn’t be nice in mixed company. With her attitude, she may never make the same money as a man in a comparable job.Loved the way Trump put the kabosh on her little hissy fit.

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    • liberty2828 says:

      Perfect display of bad attitude on her part. Aggressive, dismissive, disrespectful and confrontational!
      Worst type of “probable” Sanders supporter!

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      I had to laugh at her feigned indignation (after so many years in the classroom it’s kinda hard to feel any different about indignant 20 year olds). I’m sure she and her buds just knew they were gonna nail ‘ole Trump this time . . . His blow-off was classic. Try again, kid.

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      • TheTorch says:

        Yes it was funny her attitude was real bad, right little madam!

        Have to say she is a perfect example of what the modern day democratic party has done to young women. Bad attitude, only things they seem to care about is one social issue, and equality. You can guarantee she does not even know that the very administration she supports which included Hillary Clinton – paid men more than women for doing the same job! Ignorant and therefore clueless.

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        • she is like those girls that we see LIFETIME MOVIES about, the kind that get together and murder their friends and foes and parents. criminals in the making! PLEASE ALLOW ME TO SAY: WHITE TRASH!

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        • MfM says:

          I wonder what her major is? If it’s something like Women’s Studies she’s in for a surprise when she goes looking for a job. She can’t expect the same pay as a engineering student.

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    • Yeah, I took note of her body language, too. She certainly seemed intent on making this “all about her (issues)” but I guess that’s the nature of just about everyone who comes with just such a pre-prepared question and definite agenda.

      Too bad Trump couldn’t just ask her if “control of her own body” included being able to keep her knees together? For me, that’s the saddest part of the whole conflation of “Women’s Health”, “Women’s Lib” and “Freedom of Choice”. If you choose to be promiscuous, that’s fine with me. That’s your choice. But if you get prego, well, now it’s time for you (and the Dad) to “pony up” by making the sacrifices necessary to raise a child.

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    • sunspots7 says:

      I love his response, but I wish he had included that the Federal government has no power (now or ever) to control what private business pay their employees. With our schools not teaching real civics, too many conclude that the President rules all.

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      • joanfoster says:

        The libs don’t understand that salaries cannot be legislated, but they do understand that with the current SCOTUS, it could possibly be legislated from the bench considering that SCOTUS has lost sight of their mandate under the Constitution.

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    • lovely says:

      I like that he told the little indoctrinated twerp if she does the job as well as man she will get the same pay and that simply said he is pro life.

      What an indignant petulant brat she was.

      I used to wish for more in depth answers to this type of agenda driven dullard but it would not have mattered if Trump said, “Are you telling me if you had an abortion and PP sold your babies limbs to a research center that you would be ok with that?” If Trump took this approach it would have fallen on deaf ears so he just dismissed her with the simple truth.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Well, I can tell her what to do with her body. Cross her legs and tell the guy “no” in no uncertain terms until after marriage. Ergo, no need for abortion. Problem solved. (Things my mother taught me)

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    • shiloh1973 says:

      Oh please, can I be the one who slaps her six was from Sunday? As a woman I would really like to have a very long chat with this little witch. Spell it a way you like.

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    • coldsnap says:

      She is nauseating!! (Showing my age: where’s Emily Post, where’s Miss Manners, how ’bout Abby?)

      I could be mistaken, because I don’t know how to work on audio, but I think if you listen at about 23:36… that is her talking (too loudly to be polite… fits the mali-tude!) about not being picked to ask a question.

      The guy says, “… probably not going to choose us… .”
      She says, “… I don’t take no for an answer… .”

      What do you guys think?

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    • i’d like to talk to her mother!

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  12. Buck Weaver says:

    Well, that answers my question if Joe Lieberman is still alive.

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  13. regedit says:

    This No Label crap is co-chaired by Lieberman and Huntsman thats all we need to know.
    Bunch of pro-choice progressives

    Dont even know why Donald is doing those.
    Democrats plus RINOS of worst kind (You know the ones that want to work together to screw the rest of us)

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    • TheTorch says:

      It shows he is fearless, and faced off a load of progressives. It makes perfect sense to do it, not only does it show he is in it to win it! But it is also good prep for future debates, nothing like a hostile crowd to step you up a gear and prepare for what is coming.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Well, it’s good he talked to them. He may have won some over. He really doesn’t need to talk to us anymore because we’re already on board.

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  14. lecombatblog says:

    After watching that – youth is wasted on the young. Trump was marvelous handling these kids (pouting young woman with her hands on their hips.) Go Trump go!!!

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    • Lulu says:

      You beat me! Katie Glueck has already shown she’s no friend of DT.

      Some of the Comments after the article are very good.

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      • Lulu says:

        This one captures No Labels:

        No Labels is a manufactured establishment RINO and Democrat wanker group formed to keep the sad state of affairs in D.C. operating. The D.C. boys and girls are saying: ” We have it made, we are gonna get fat offa this hawg, and no outsiders are going to change us or take our power away. — TRUMP, the outsider who doesn’t need them.

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      • ediegrey says:

        Here is one comment liked:

        As someone who was actually AT THE EVENT, I saw a completely different reaction to Trump – mostly positive. Even many Dems were cheering Trump. This fact possibly upset Katie, the author of this obviously anti-Trump article.”

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    • Trump has already warned us about POLITICO. they’re nothing but liars.

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  15. Jett Black says:

    Didn’t hear the ISIS part. Michael Totten, an author at World Affairs who I usually very much respect took some pot shots at Trump in a recent article, so Trump would do well to sharpen his game in regards to GME policy or refuse to say anything about it until he’s briefed by all relevant DOS, DOD, and any other relevant alphabets, after he’s sworn in as POTUS. The one thing everyone agrees on over there (and I do recommend the site and the author for the great facts and insight provided, despite this unusual political diversion) is that Obama/Kerry/Clinton has done a horrible job.

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  16. labrat says:

    You should get a hold of the media reports on this – they did yet another hatchet job on Trump with the editing.

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  17. Lulu says:

    Who are the robots in the poison green t-shirts?

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  18. Ivehadit says:

    Oh my goodness, he is brilliant!! And I thought he was fantastic!! He is just getting more and more in charge of his destiny, imho. He was extremely compelling today, and really all weekend. A mastermind at work, imho.

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  19. with all due respect, frankly i am quite shocked to see such disrespect and overt spoiled entitlement attitudes in the younger people in this audience. especially the FEMALES. the young woman with her hands on her hips like a member of a Jerry Springer audience, clamoring and bobbing her head and body sassing like she’s in a bar room completely discounting the fact that she is talking to a presidential candidate in that manner? “are you gonna tell me i can’t do what i want with my body?” mammamia! correct me if i’m wrong here, but us women have every single bit of control of our own bodies and if we get pregnant it was done with our own control of our own bodies (with the exception of rape and incest).

    then the student who asked about South Korea, while Trump is answering his question, the camera pans over to the guy and he is now turned around jaw-jacking to someone else and not even listening to the answer, which Trump continues on to answer. every single female student was somewhat hostile, with that Snarly Fiorina fishwife voice, snotty and lack of grace and much ugliness. such naivety. the only thing important to them is if they can have the right to use abortion as birth control, rather than any concern for the fact that if this country is not restored, hundreds of thousands and even millions of 6th century mentality male woman-haters will show them what it really means not to have control of their own bodies, aka rape.

    Trump did good by not engaging her illogical argument, simply responding to her as “I am pro life,” and then went on to the next question.

    WHAT THE HECK HAS HAPPENED TO YOUNG AMERICAN WOMEN? or are these just liberals? is this just New Hampshire liberals? i have not seen this kind of disrespect to this extent, i admit, i have been out of USA for a long time, so perhaps it happened while i was away? or? i am in Arizona and the young people do not act like that, at least i have not seen that.

    the “NO LABEL THEME,” i’m assuming was supposed to be about race? if so, i did not see that addressed. what a hot bed Trump was in there. still, i am glad he did the rally because some folks he will win over. i don’t think taking open questions from an audience is a good idea.

    obviously these young women are the products of TeLIEvision PROGRAMMING, radio programming, diets high in sugar and mineral depleted soil and GMO food, they are empty-headed, selfish, spoiled, and have a sense of entitlement that can only come from BAD BREEDING and poor parenting. what i consider TRASHY folks. they wouldn’t last a day in Arizona, a very down to earth state. in fact, could get a person jumped with that attitude.

    i will read the other Treeper’s comments to get answers. this is just my knee jerk reaction.

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    • ok, now that i viewed the presser and others comments 1)liberal audience 2)no labels is about political parties working together, not a race issue. 3)my comments on these female students still stand

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      These women are a product of parents who give them everything they want but no boundaries, a crappy school system, and institutions of higher learning that push selfish, Socialistic agendas…………….along with everything you listed.

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    • Sandra says:

      I’m going to blame a lot of problems on the internet. I think most parents don’t know how to implement any controls, so their children are basically running amok on the ‘net without any adult supervision. They develop very very bad habits, including severe disrespect. Just my opinion.

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  20. Lulu says:

    Trump is so far outside the box, they don’t know what to with or about him. Bumfuzzled. We have desperately needed someone with that kind of courage and strength.

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  21. I always thought No-labels had to do with Michael Jordan and underwear.

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  22. The angry young lady – Lauren Batcheldor was a GOPe plant It appears she works for the Jeb campaign

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  23. tychesd says:

    Maybe all the questioners were plants because they were totally clueless and were just asking gotcha questions. I think Trump was getting a little frustrated. But his stores about the ice skating rink and the golf course were excellent examples of getting things done on behalf of a community.

    Trump is a major American patriot, and these kids simply don’t get it. A lot of people don’t. Let’s hope they start to wake up.

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    • yheitman says:

      So Jeb Bush had to send a plant (Lauren Batchelder) to a Trump speech to try to take him down. If you go to Twitter and put her name in the search function she comes up one of her posts says “I love you Jeb. I’m sorry you have to be next to Trump.” How pathetic of Jeb and his handlers.

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  25. Now that we know that she was a plant the next question is how did she get to be one of only a small handful of people to ask a question? Were the organizers of this event in on the setup?

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  26. Sentient says:

    Laure. Batchelder’s twitter (@imanthebatman__) has ben deleted.

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  27. nimrodman says:

    Referred to as “Akimbo Bimbo” in this post
    https://8ch.net/pol/res/3599306.html#3600297

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  28. nimrodman says:

    there’s an entire hashtag and page for her, here:
    https://mobile.twitter.com/hashtag/JebsInternPlant

    and a great photo on that page:
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CRLA41yWsAAq_by.png:large

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  29. Cameraman says:

    I cannot wait for the MSM to track this woman down and ask her if team Jeb! put her up to this and confront her with her pro Jeb! stance.

    No, seriously. It’s totally going to happen.

    Any day now.

    Just you watch. There’s no way it won’t happen.

    Is there?

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    • MTeresa says:

      Bam………It just happened. But whether the MSM will actually report on it is another story. The “intern” works for Ms Kelly Ayotte (who BTW is supposedly pro-life). A GOPe (Bush) plant.

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  31. Wesley Mouch says:

    Busted ! CNN Uses Jeb Bush Staffer Planted In Audience To Frame Donald Trump Narrative/Hit Job….During an appearance at a Jon Huntsman “No Labels” event, a female audience member named Lauren Batchelder played the role of a female antagonist toward candidate Donald Trump. However, Ms. Batchelder is not just an average audience member. She’s a paid political operative of the GOP and a paid staff member of Team Jeb Bush:

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  33. Bobb says:

    The article incorrectly refers to Huntsman as a “leftist”. He’s pro-life, pro-Second Amendment and a proven fiscal conservative. He was an effective Governor with his state recognized as Best for Business. He is also one of the most insightful figures on foreign policy this country has. Ideology aside, Huntsman is at least as accomplished as any 2016 candidate in either party.

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