Donald Trump Appears On Fox News Sunday – The Customary Pundit Heads Explode…

When Donald Trump appears on any Fox broadcast two predictable things happen now. First, he’s questioned to paint him into a corner on various issues – they’re looking for headlines. Second, the Fox pundit class lose their collective minds because Marco Rubio and Jebbie are being defeated by this vulgarian.

First the interview:

Then comes the predictable ‘splodey heads (led by George Will):

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231 Responses to Donald Trump Appears On Fox News Sunday – The Customary Pundit Heads Explode…

  1. regedit says:

    George Will is just pissed that Donald never seeked his advice
    Than God ,he didnt -he would end up losing like all the others

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  2. TheLastDemocrat says:

    “How did you know there was a lot of discontent? he asks Trump –
    how could you not know?!

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  3. justfactsplz says:

    I watched this earlier today. George Will just seethes hatred for Trump. He is so senile he should retire. I can’t stand Wallace but watched to see Trump. Wallace, of course, had to drag out the clip of his father interviewing a much younger Trump. Wallace is such a smart elec and tries to trip Trump up. Trump outsmarts him every time.

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  4. I watched the Trump interview which showed how great Trump is. I refuse to watch these asshole pundits on Fox..they are old and tired and scared. If Fox wants to keep up with the rest of the world they need to get rid of these old, tired.. angry, resentful, bitter.. men who say nothing of relevance.Brit Hume sounds like he has a constant nasal problem and just as others have said George Will must dream about saying something nasty about Trump every night..He is going to die a miserable, jealous old man.

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  5. R-C says:

    Second, the Fox pundit class lose their collective minds because Marco Rubio and Jebbie are being defeated by this vulgarian.

    Minor editing point: “…being “handily” or “easily” defeated by this vulgarian.” 🙂

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  6. mpmp2015 says:

    George Will is a moron talking about it doesn’t matter where things are manufactured. Ah, there’s a thing called jobs….no manufacturing in the US, means no manufacturing jobs. Also, the so-called US company manufacturing TVs in the US has been proven to be false as posted by another reader, they are made in China and only ONLY minor assembly (of a Chinese made part) is done in the US and they claim it as US made. A complete fraud. A big pie in George Will’s face!

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  7. Mike says:

    That prissy nitwit George Will needs his lies detailed, “i”s dotted and the”t”s crossed. Those TVs manufactured in SC are 720 and 1080 resolution models (Element Electronics). You can bet with Trump’s noteriety for upscale and posh, he ordered 4K resolution TVs.

    I applaud Element Electronics reshoring effort here. It would be nice if Trump could say he will give them first shot at a missionary/pioneer purchase order with 4K screens, although that is commercially dangerous where a proven product with upscale trim and all features matters too. It might be a good investment for all his campaign offices next year…

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  8. dizzymissl says:

    http://www.independentmail.com/news/trump-may-break-civic-centers-attendance-record_30702471

    Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump may attract a record-breaking crowd Monday to the Civic Center of Anderson.

    Organizers are bracing for up to 6,000 people to attend Trump’s 6 p.m. speech, which would shatter previous attendance marks for the 25-year-old facility.

    more at link

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  9. sam says:

    Just remember guys, national polls don’t matter for primary. Only state polls count, so trump is in good shape. Keep the faith

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  10. RP says:

    Here’s an interesting perspective to poll.

    Like it or not, if you own or operate a business the government is your business partner and board member. The government not only takes a large percentage of your profits before you and your other equity owners see a nickel, the government also sets operating rules, restrictions and regulations your company must follow regardless of efficiencies and costs.

    Being this is as it is and is unavoidable, who would you rather have as your business partner to increase your odds of success and profitability?

    Donald Trump?
    Ben Carson?
    Carly Fiorina?
    Jeb!?
    Marco Rubio?
    Ted Cruz?
    Hillary Clinton?
    Bernie Sanders?

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  11. Cameraman says:

    If anyone encounters a not-Trump supporter arguing that what Trump said about 9/11 and GW Bush was wrong, there is a great article over on Breitbart that will give you some ammunition to shut down the argument.

    “In a blockbuster 2002 report, National Review’s Joel Mowbray acquired the visa applications of 15 of the 19 hijackers and exposed how every single one of their applications should have been flatly rejected.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/18/flashback-jeb-bush-admitted-leaky-immigration-led-911/

    “In addition to the Mexican drug cartels, the fact that several of the 9/11 terrorists entered the country lawfully under a leaky immigration system has heightened national security concerns—so much so that immigration enforcement has been placed under the Department of Homeland Security.” – Jeb Bush, 2013

    I’m impressed that this one slipped through the Murdoch filter.

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    • Mike says:

      Reminds me how TSA spead eagled little old WASP grandmothers like my mom most back then, while giving mosleum women inside a tent a free pass through security.

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  12. archer52 says:

    Commenting as I watch it.
    1. Estate taxes are a crime against citizens. Trump is right. And the amount taken by the government isn’t much compared to government’s needs and waste.

    Common core is a bad thing- he’s right. Good luck getting rid of an established agency.
    Trump is right- EPA has gone too far. If his intent is to reign in agencies populated by resistant federal unionized democrats and leftists, I wish him well. Even back in 1972 when Nixon tried to get the IRS to go after his enemies he found out the employees refused- because they were democrats. But a good idea and good luck. You’re gonna need it.
    The issue with companies moving to cheaper labor is a good point. But he’s up against multinational corporations- often owned by foreign people- that operate where it is best for them. What power will he use to make them come back? They have sunk billions into infrastructures in nations where they can be guaranteed low labor costs and regulations vs. America full of regulations, unions and agencies filled with bureaucrats that want to cripple them. Trump can offer four, maybe eight years of some kind of relief- maybe? (remember he is surrounded by laws, regulations, Congress, judges etc) Would you shelve your company in China or Mexico and spend billions to come back to…Detroit?
    Kelo is still wrong. And here’s a point- IF the new private entity doesn’t provide new jobs as promised what is their downside? Do they get fined? Do they get sued? Does the person get his land back, as it was before the government seized it for more tax revenue? Or does this bad idea just move to its next victim??
    GWB and 9/11 is a third rail for a lot of people, he needs to let it go. BTW- the terrorists weren’t illegals. They came in legally. They violated rules afterward, but they got here legally. And if he wants to stop illegal entry or terrorists he had better figure out how to check all the ports 100%, the Canadian border and every piece of isolated land along our coasts.
    I support Trump on the debate issue. He is the draw, he gets to set the rules, along with the others. Good for him. Screw MSNBC.
    Trump is thin skinned. Get over it. It’s his personality to kick back when hit. He is who he is. Not a bad thing really. But not Presidential. Different game, different field of play.

    Trump reminds me of the historical record concerning Andrew Jackson- who was also loud, stubborn, thin skinned and a fighter. “Ol Hickory” was his nickname, and if you weren’t an Indian, or subject to his corruption, he wasn’t that bad for the time he was in. A great soldier, not the best President- or the worst.

    Hillary is a hot mess. Insiders say she is screaming and lashing out at her team, causing young women to cry. That should be a headline. If anyone else did it, it would be. She is one question short of a total breakdown.

    So here’s hoping Gowdy has it!

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  13. TwoLaine says:

    Speaking of Splodey Heads! This is a FABULOUS Interview of Michael Steele, former RNC Chairman, by someone I’ve never heard of (obviously important, like GW), and Steele has some very interesting things to say about TRUMP. You can listen to all of it, but I queued it up to just the convo on TRUMP.

    Published on Oct 15, 2015
    Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), sits down with Dave Rubin to discuss Donald Trump and the rest of the republican presidential candidates. This was taped in front of a live audience at Politicon.

    Another good one TRUMP could use for a commercial.

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  14. shipley130 says:

    Well, how nice and sleazy of Fox News to try to get Donald Trump to open up about his “intimate” personal life. What a bunch of scumbag sleazeballs at Fox News.

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  15. Mike says:

    Don’t say their heads exploded, you are teasing and then dashing the hopes of many patriotic Americans. 🙂

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  16. Bert Darrell says:

    Oh surprise! In response to an FTC complaint dated November 2014 regarding the mislabeling of foreign products as “Made in the USA” (including the TV sets that George Will, trying to discredit Donald Trump, said last Sunday on FoxNews were made in South Carolina when -in fact- they were made in China and minimally assembled in SC), Walmart has agreed to make the necessary corrections so their customers would not be (unwittingly, of course) misled into thinking they were supporting US industry. Big fail by George Will. He was either disingenuous or ignorant of the facts and swallowed the misrepresentation. Another win for Trump!

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