Donald Trump #YUGE Rally Today in Jacksonville Florida (Video)…

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  1. The Boss says:

    20,000 thousand people. Amazing. And Trump was fired up! Terrific shot at surrender monkey John Kerry.

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  2. catmom says:

    Thank you for posting this. I only saw part of it. He is connecting so amazingly well with his crowds. No one can touch him.

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    • haypa2haypa2 says:

      Trump is gracious. He says what a great venue it is, thanks the people there and thanks the owner, brags on last nights’ crowd. He says “we”, we will win, we will make America great again, we are a movement. His stories are folksie, about his daughter and his friends. No other candidate has a crowd response like he does. No wonder the latest polls say he understand me and my concerns. How can he not win??? Only fraud can beat him.

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  3. AWESOME..AMAZING..He talks like a human being..not like some Harvard sophisticated lawyer..or like someone reading from a script or teleprompter.. You know it is genuine because he talks off the cuff.

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  4. sundance says:

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  5. catmom says:

    He destroys the WSJ.

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    • Masterdeviance says:

      Loved that part. He threw it out to the crowd like the toilet paper it is. Did the same with the NY Times a few wks ago at another rally.

      The WSJ is just another globalist rag now – it lost whatever respect and prestige it had left once Rupert Cuckservative Murdoch got his grubby hands on it.

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  6. Tonawanda says:

    Saw the whole thing, so encouraging.

    Is anyone else addicted?

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  7. georgiafl says:

    Here’s a real Jacksonville style campaign ad:

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    • smiley says:

      GO Florida for Trump !
      awesome crowd.
      he’s already making history with these fantastic turn outs of grassroots supporters.
      imagine what he WILL DO as our NEXT PRESIDENT.
      gonna take a lot of voter fraud this time to deny us our President, and he won’t put up with any of that anyway.
      Trump’s the man ! 2016!

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      • amjean says:

        Donate to True the Vote I think it is called – they are
        the ones who monitor vote fraud and they will need
        a lot of money for this election. They will need
        volunteers at the polls too.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      The Trump Navy! Anchors Aweigh.

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  8. This was one of his best speeches. He was so passionate!

    Speaking of passionate I wonder if Jeb is going to snap & try to go after Trump at Wednesday’s debate…

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  9. Drudgeaddict says:

    Disappointed to see Trey Gowdy stumping for Yeb! In SC today. Trump 2016!

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  10. joshua says:

    Where is Waldo Carson hiding??? Trump crowds are YUGE…..

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  11. lastConservinIllinois? says:

    For anyone who might be wondering why, just a day after gifting Miami with an appearance, Trump would do another appearance in li’l oi’ jacksonville, here is a bit of info that I never knew until we started traveling to the area a few times:

    “….Jacksonville is the most populous city proper in Florida AND the southeast……”
    “….the largest city by area in the contiguous US…”

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacksonville,_Florida

    Also, only minutes from Ponte Vedra (home of The Players Championship PGA Tournament at the spectacularly beautiful Sawgrass Country Club), minutes from beautiful beaches, and under an hour from history filled St Augustine.

    It’s really a great, wonderful, amazing (to plagiarize Mr Trump) area. I highly recommend anyone who hasn’t visited to do so.
    (And I can maybe refer a restaurant or 20 if anyone might need guidance to delicious, fresh out of the ocean seafood).

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  13. yohio says:

    Any numbers on size of crowd yet? It looked huge. I love it, just needs to keep pushing on

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  14. lastConservinIllinois? says:

    I heard him say 20,000 but I am having a hard time believing that (unless there were people outside the venue who couldn’t get in).

    I was at that same venue over Memorial Day weekend for a concert, the crowd was packed in just like today and the estimate for that event was less than 10k.

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  15. moogey says:

    Jeb Bush in a tweet from his iphone, once again shows how out of touch he is. Jeb has got a lot of really cool things to do other than sit around and be miserable. “Elect Trump if that’s what you want”

    (Jeb has “cool” things to do – like run to the Bush cartel for answers because he obviously can’t handle his campaign on his own)

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  16. G. Robert says:

    Forgive me to be rude, are there any Latinos there supporting Trump?

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    • you mean Hispanic Latinos? not all Latinos are Hispanic. The entire country of Italy = Latino and the entire country of Spain too. Latino started in ITALY, then SPAIN. People who live in Italy we do take issue with this. it slips by unnoticed in USA cuz not too many of us are here in America to hear our cultural heritage being highjacked by la raza and others. abbracci

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      • Florida has many ethnic Cubans and they definitely support Trump and yes there were many many there. Most Cuban Americans are assimilated. Cuba has all different races, most are Caucasian with varying skin tones, many are black, it’s hard to really count the number in a crowd of who is Cuban and who is not. Cubans don’t tend to get into movements like la raza cult.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      His audiences in Fla. are heavily Hispanic. But, if you are wondering how Trump can claim Hispanic support when organizations like The National Council Of La Raza see him as a racist exploiter and denier of social justice, then you’re missing an important point. The Marxist oriented Chicano/La Raza organizations don’t speak for many middle-class upwardly mobile Hispanics. Recognizing this the Trump is driving a wedge between the largely leftist “official” Hispanic organization which have a globalist/open border agenda and a significant population of Hispanics who tend to think that controlling immigration might be a good way to both keep their jobs and enhance the life-chance of their own US citizen children. Trump is speaking to their self-interest while the globalist/open borders left is speaking to the self-interest of the millions of non-Americans who might want to come here. There’s a difference, you see, and Trump has seized an initiative because of it.

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    • kallibella says:

      G. Robert, Yes! I am of Spanish and Italian stock born in Venezuela. And I support Trump!!!!! However, I am a very, heck! Extremely proud naturalized American citizen. I wish I could aduquaty convey the love I feel for our country.

      Thank God for the United StTes of America. I love everything that is to love about America. Love her founding. Cherish her founding Documents. Love her history. Love her patriots. Love her energy. Vision. Freedoms. Generous spirit. Graciousness. Welcoming heart.

      I oppose all ideology that has turned on her for the last several decades. I Oppose all who seek to sink her. Oppose all who malign her and drag her through the mud as if she is trash. I oppose all who want to hurt her until she has nothing else to give.

      May the Lord give her perseverance and may His blessings continue to go out from her as the shining light of freedom she is!

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    • amjean says:

      You are not rude; Latinos, Hispanics, whatever are a demographic.
      Just like the Irish, German, Swedes, etc.

      I don’t know if any are there however, I know two Phillipinos who are
      here legally and are angrier than I am at all the illegals coming in
      from any country. Any Hispanic who supports trump will be an
      illegal one.

      I can also tell you that I have customers with businesses on the
      border of New Mexico and south of Tucson, Az. They tell me
      that everyone they know will vote for Trump. They are sick of
      the trafficking, both humans and drugs.

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    • rebelfag68 says:

      Actually yes, most LEGAL immigrants support Mr Trump and a true plan to deal with ILLEGAL immigration, since LEGAL immigrants become part of the United States, it’s important to them to control the illegal inflow. I’ve personally met many at these rallies that fully support Mr Trump. The ones that don’t are usually here illegally and have no political say.

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  17. mooney1el says:

    I attended this rally…YAY!!! Got there around 10:30 and there was “entertainment” until he spoke. We unabashedly recited the Pledge of Allegiance, bowed our heads for the invocation and stood with hands over our hearts as a great live singer performed the National Anthem. Only thing missing was a flyover; thought since the Blue Angles ar in town we might get a treat. The crowd, while enthusiastic, didn’t seem that excited. Al least not from what I was expecting. Yes, there were Trump!, Trump! Trump! shouts from the crowd, but they just didn’t seem to be that much “into it” We cheered and clapped a lot, but the responses were short and no long crowd engagement. The speech was good and did not disappoint. He hit all the top priorities with a bit of friendly fire directed at Carson “I just don’t get it”. He spoke of the Iowa poll and said he didn’t believe it. Slammed Bush, Rubio, the press and pointed out the hypocrisy of the MSM, especially CN&N ( 🙂 ). Couldn’t get them to show the crowd. Obama, Hillary and Kerry were frequent targets. There were a few “protesters” out front of the venue, but they were gone before the rally was over. And for those bothered by little things, he was touted to be on at noon and didn’t actually start ’til closer to 12:30.

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    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      Mooney do you have an estimate of the crowd size?

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      • mooney1el says:

        Well, I am not an expert, but I would guess 7-10K. I was wearing my GoPro on my head and have not yet looked t my video, but I suppose I could count heads during my crowd panning shots 🙂 I think e 20K number came fro the estimates from the number of free “tickets” requested. They advertised it for a week + had said you had to have a ticket, but no one asked to see ours. BTW, our parking was free today.

        I thought one of the best stories he told today was about his having to pay to ride in his own plane. Apparently, candidates have to pay for their transportation and must report it. So, he has to declare that he leased his own plane and paid for it at the going rate..he said he might even make money off this campaign. No other candidate has their own 757…..

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Can someone explain the “CN&N” thing to me? What’s the joke on CNN about this?

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    • mooney1el says:

      There is a picture of the crowd and a write u from one of the local Radio/TV affiliates here:

      http://www.wokv.com/news/news/local/trump-attracts-thousands-jacksonville-landing/nn8qC/

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    • DMorgan says:

      Wonder if part of the crowd is there to see Trump the celebrity.

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    • StormyeyesC says:

      I was there too Mooney………..and I think the heat got to a lot of folks, (not to mention the standing packed shoulder to shoulder for hours in the direct sun). I left home at 6 am drove 2+ hours and arrived just after 8. Then it was stand in line until the doors opened at 10, and then stand inside being pushed and frying in the heat without liquids for another 2.5 hours before he took the stage (which I was 10 feet from). They carried out quite a few people who passed out from the heat…………….It was tough but worth it……….he was fired up!
      Now I am home, sunburned and with sore feet and a sore back from all that standing……….and I am rehydrating. I was told by a friend that worked the event that 26,000 tickets were issued and about 19,500 showed up. They were outside what was filmed, going 40-50 feet out in several directions into the walkways in front of the shops.

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  18. PhillyGirl says:

    I hate to call myself “latino” ( consider myself American), but I’m, and yes, I’m supporting Trump

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  20. julian says:

    That was one of the more entertaining speeches. Love him needling Obama. He’s already gotten under his skin with him running around whining about the wall.

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  21. Excellent rally once again! I sure wish they would accommodate Trump with a proper sized podium, he’s 6’3″ and with shoes 6’4″ !!
    i love to see him stand tall and it’s a shame to see him have to bend down to talk. but he gets through it anyway. but still!

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    • Pops says:

      I agree, MoniQue. Terrible optics. Boats and waving flags for a background – very distracting. Donald stooped and windswept – made him look like Sanders on a good day. Donald should always stand tall. Whoever arranged today’s venue should be fired. Was it Jeb!?

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    • regedit says:

      Its funny -got the same impression-he looked like an old grandpa there

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    • liberty2828 says:

      I agree… I started to worry about his back, especially for a tall man.
      Speaking of his back… there needed to be coast guard or sheriff boats checking out people on those boats. Way too open for my likes. Loved the signs but they need to stay back.

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    • Meyer says:

      Exactly! The rally podiums are too short for his stature (literally and figuratively). The podium/microphone at the Jacksonville rally seemed especially short.

      Oh, and the podiums at the presidential debates are ridiculously short. In the last debate, a candidate was given a (height) riser (and I’m not referring to Bush standing on his tippy toes). It only seems fair to allow Trump to have a podium riser.

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    • C-J says:

      It seems to me that all Trump has to do is carry his own “on-the-top-of-the-podium” riser with him wherever he speaks. Make the riser adjustable, height/width/depth, so that it can fit any podium. Then he can stand tall and look commanding, while still being able to rest his arms on the height-extended podium. I don’t do Twitter, but I wish someone who DOES use Twitter would tell Trump we are concerned both about his back and about his visual image (the “grandfatherly” look).

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      • liberty2828 says:

        Love that idea. It would be easy to have made to look very presidential.
        I wonder if they secure it to the floor too? The way he leans on it… it seems it could topple over. Very bad visual and not good for his health either!

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      • Meyer says:

        Though I don’t Twitter, I did email Trump’s campaign (donaldjtrump.com/contact) with the suggestion of a podium riser. BUT, I did not mention the ‘grandfatherly’ look ;). I did however, mention his ‘majestic’ stature :).

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  22. During his speech Trump says he pays he employees peanuts because it’s not part of his mindset to overpay his employees. Well news just broke that Trump is refusing to pay some 50 temporary workers at his Trump National Doral Miami resort.

    “The 50, including servants, chefs, buss boys, cleanup crews, were promised between $1,500 and $3,000 to work last year’s 10-day Jewish Passover event.

    But instead of cashing their checks after 22-hour days with no sleep, food or breaks, they’ve become involved in not just one but two lawsuits filed locally.” — http://www.gossipextra.com/2015/10/24/donald-trump-sues-to-avoid-paying-50-workers-5327/

    Don’t know if this is true, but if it is true, it will make for pretty good attack ad material for his opponents.

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    • snaggletooths says:

      http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/NBC-6-Investigation–270091691.html
      In a statement, a Trump National Doral Resort spokesperson told the Team 6 Investigators, “The individuals protesting are not, and have never been, employed by Trump National Doral. They were hired, controlled, and managed exclusively by an outside staffing company to provide services for an event group that was staying at the resort.”

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      • spacette55 says:

        That makes sense. I did a lot of temp work 25 years ago. I worked at many different sites on a short term basis. I turned in my time to the staffing agency and my checks were issued by the staffing company. Staffing agencies have all kinds of policies about properly filled out time cards returned in a timely manner. If contracted staffers drop the ball with time cards, it would significantly delay their paychecks.

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    • lastConservinIllinois? says:

      Really?
      Food service workers in Miami are making $300 per day?
      I call bull on this story – complete bull, more manufactured outrage.

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    • sam says:

      Lawsuit always tried to drag the richest party into it. Especially now when Trump is in the news but seem like he just provide the venue for some promoter. He’s not liable for other employees wages.

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    • lorac says:

      22 hr days with no sleep, food, or breaks? I highly doubt Trump would break the law like that, or be cruel like that. And that website looks rather National Enquirer…

      It sounds to me like someone took advantage of the large event on Trump owned property to use people they brought in under work conditions they imposed. Instead of just suing the people who did it, they’ve seen fit to include the deep pocket guy who wasn’t involved but merely owned the property.

      And who exactly agrees to work days on end with no sleep, rest, food? Slaves? Illegals? Somethings are wrong or some important details are missing from this sensationalized story….. The management company has filed a countersuit accusing these “workers” of fraud, trespassing, and not paying the people they brought in. This is not a Trump scandal. This, if true, is a scandal that happened on Trump’s property and his deep pockets were brought into it for the money and the sensationalism…..

      Trump’s Doral management company filed a second (counter) lawsuit in a Miami-Dade County circuit court, this one against Eden and the caterer.

      Trump’s people accuse the Passover event organizers of fraud, trespassing and failing to pay the workers.
      (snip)
      “The workers got stiffed after working 20- to 22-hour days without food, breaks and sleep,” said Rod Hannah, a Plantation lawyer who represents the 50. “The revenues for the event were about $1 million. Trust me, Donald Trump’s company got a good chunk of it.
      (snip)
      Jonathan Beckerman, Trump’s lawyer on the case, said there’s no reason Trump should pay. “(The workers) are not, and have never been, employed by Trump National Doral,” he said.

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      • lorac says:

        On second thought – no one can work ten days for 22 hrs/day with no food, sleep, rest – they weren’t people they were robots brought in to work! Case solved, no money due, because robots never get paid! lol 🙂

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        “The revenues for the event were about $1 million. Trust me, Donald Trump’s company got a good chunk of it.”

        This is really the point, isn’t it? Trump’s a rich guy so he should give these people money.
        Balderdash! They weren’t his employees!

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    • moogey says:

      ‘During his speech Trump says he pays he employees peanuts because it’s not part of his mindset to overpay his employees.’

      Would you refresh my memory, and direct me to the speech/speeches where Trump is making the statement that you claim he is making?

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      • lastConservinIllinois? says:

        He said that today, although perhaps minus the word “peanuts”.
        I watched him make that comment but I don’t remember that one word specifically.

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      • JRD says:

        Jeb Bush paid his financial manager over $ 1 million dollars this year. Excuse my language but the WITCH was “triple dipping” and Bush didn’t acre. Trump was painting Jeb out to be a fiscal dope. He was comparing that he pays his staff peanuts compared to a million dollars.

        Don’t you believe Jeb overpaid his financial manager? What exactly does a financial manager for someone running for president do? Probable not much. How many people in finance, except for Wall Street, do you know that make over a million dollars for the first 10 months of the year?

        These political consultants only want to work for the candidate who can raise the most money. They don’t care about winning. They care about hosing the candidate.

        Trump was making the point that he is fiscally responsible where Jeb can’t even manage his campaign and he thinks he can manage the debt in the country.

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    • R-C says:

      Do “attack ads” sway you?

      They don’t sway me. I make up my own mind and I ignore the hissing and booing of others.

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  23. sam says:

    Just FYI JEB! is moving in on Trump territory of SC and was able to draw a 500 crowd and also bash Trump, Trump have high number in SC but need to watch Jebito and the others. He’s getting attack on all fronts since he’s the front runner.

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  24. tellthetruth2016 says:

    Frank luntz for FoxNews is already advertising for people to be in his “set-up” focus group to get reviews after the GOP debate the 28th……..They were already busted for putting the same anti-trump people in before……..

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  25. Trump is on a roll!

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  26. NCPatrick says:

    OK .. I want to say something about the Trump speeches. Completely agree with MoniQue that the optics of Donald leaning way over the podium, virtually hanging onto it, is not good at all. I read somewhere that he has a bad back and probably does, but those mikes need to be raised up or something .. He does this in many speeches and is not a good visual. I can tell the man is exhausted today and needs to get some rest cuz he has a big week ahead as are all weeks until election day and beyond. Optics are absolutely everything! He’s a big man and many of his opposition are small people .. use that height and heft to make a statement!

    Secondly, enough with the freaking poll information! It is frankly boring and takes up nearly 30 minutes of each speech, hashing and rehashing. God knows there is fresh news every five minutes; can’t we stick to that? I am sure there is method to his madness, “You want to be on a winning team,” etc but when I’m watching videos of the speeches, I fast forward past the first 30 minutes most times because it’s all about the polls. I think I’m as aware of his poll numbers as he is, so don’t know who this is for. Most people are coming out in droves to share the excitement of seeing the real man in action, just like attending a big concert, but what are they taking away? That is a heck of a lot more important than blithering about the polls! Hate to tell the world’s expert how to do his job, but it’s time to edit that off the cuff speaking and get to the meat and potatoes a whole lot sooner and with less repetition. We want these crowds to leave imbued with a glow of winning and visualizing how things could be!

    Do not misunderstand .. he is my guy and he must win at all costs, and this is offered as constructive criticism from someone who loves him dearly. Things are going to get increasingly nasty from now on and I want Trump to retain the cutting edge and not get boring. Note the report from one of our people who was in J’ville today: not a lot of sustained excited clapping, just people who wanted to say they were there. Maybe then they’ll go home and vote for Rubio or God forbid Hillary. Time to start turning the corner on why there is no other real choice but Trump in 2016.

    Here is what made the J’ville crowd whoop today as I heard it: illegal immigration and the control of it, building the military back to fighting strength, kicking out corruptocrats. Some response to getting rid of Obamacare, but if I were able to give Trump speech pointers, that is what I’d emphasize. Minimize the poll numbers which will wax and wane, emphasize making America great again in all its many aspects. We already know the press wants a liberal to win, we don’t need him to tell us over and over. We know he is a tough businessman and that is why we want to hire him; we are sick to our souls of corruption — it’s not enough to say incompetence. These people are corrupt to the soles of their shoes! Liars, thieves, horrible people who do not deserve to be bleeding the taxpayer dry. Those are some of the things I’d like to hear President Trump address and I’ll bet I’m not alone. Obama has deliberately tried to kill this country and we have lived through the horror for almost eight years! Let us worry about Jeb and Carson .. Trump is head and shoulders above any other candidate, so now let’s get on with it. Give us some great soaring rhetoric about how great things could be again — the Reagan “shining city on the hill” and not the grungy details of unfairness. Honestly, I don’t want to hear about how much or little he is spending on getting these numbers. I really don’t. Be the good businessman you are and keep some of the details to yourself. Sorry for going on so long, but as you can tell, I have a lot invested in this man as we all do. I do not want my heart broken once again because of bad optics.

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    • TheTorch says:

      NC you make some good points. The Podium issues really need to be resolved, the optics would be better and it would also be easier for him when speaking as well. The other thing is, this should be a really easy fix!

      I agree re: the polling. No problem with it being mentioned, but keep it much shorter, and move on to the more meaty stuff.

      Also focus on the key things more which have people supporting him in droves, illegal immigration/wall, tax plan, efficiency/cutting waste etc, second amendment.

      and I know some people will disagree with me – but I think it is important to remember the broad support that Trump is attracting and there will be some families at some of these rallies, especially the earlier ones like Jacksonville at 12 pm. So I think there is no need to use the bad language, I just think it could be a turn off for some people, and the thing is, it really is not needed, he can hit it out of the park without that.

      A few improvements, and the Trump Train will be unstoppable 😀 Perhaps an email to his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski or adviser Daniel Scavino Jr, would be a good idea.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      One thing though… depending what media one watches, people may not think Trump is doing so well in the polls. Sad but true.

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    • Masterdeviance says:

      Completely agree RE the poll #s – they’re interesting to an extent, but taking 30 min to go thru them is overkill.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      “Secondly, enough with the freaking poll information! It is frankly boring and takes up nearly 30 minutes of each speech, hashing and rehashing.”

      I thought the same thing. But, keep in mind, we’re watching all of his speeches which is something most people aren’t doing and not something Trump is anticipating when he speaks to a crowd. For that crowd, this stuff is all new and interesting. We’re sort of the Deadheads who used to attend every Grateful Dean concert and who had memorized every Gerry Garcia riff. The Trump show was new and exciting for the people who attended.

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      • NCPatrick says:

        Excellent point, Garrison .. yes, we are the Deadheads for Trump, and I eagerly await the videos of each and every speech . I try to remind myself that the crowds may well be low information people and that crowds at concerts like most of all to hear the “old songs” that the artist recorded 20 years ago even tho he is sick to death of singing them. Haha! I wonder if Trump team reads blogs like ours? Something tells me they do.

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    • JH says:

      These are rallies not policy statements a little bravado is fine and gets the crowd excited. All the commenters are missing the fact at least with Miami that he used it all as s prelude to talking about Iowa. For the seeming spontaneity there’s an arc to these speeches

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      He said he liked it.

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  27. SharonKinDC says:

    PS- For the Tim Scott Town Hall Jeb was at today, Gowdy was a co-host. It’s been announced for a long time that upstate Town Halls would feature Gowdy’s participation. So it was in no way an endorsement. This info from Tim Scott’s town hall page. PS- Trumps was held at a larger venue, seating just under 2300. Was ‘sold out’. Jeb’s for today was still accepting RSVP requests… after the event!

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  28. Doodahdaze says:

    The two main democrat networks are doing everything they can to put lipstick on the Hillary Pig. Meanwhile back at the so called conservative network, FOX, they are doing everything they can to destroy their top candidate that can win, if favor of some RINO loser. Any RINO loser will do. Conclusion…FOX is trying to make sure Hillary wins. Nothing else makes any sense.

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  29. Betty Conerly says:

    THE DON ROCKS…nothing positive will get done. Until President Trump is behind the Resolute Desk where he belongs…MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

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  30. UpsideDownFlag says:

    Trumps speech was awesome and the crowd was pumped, and YUGE!!
    Yeb and Water Boy can only dream of a crowd that big. Keep dreamin’. 😀

    GO TRUMP!!

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  31. Qbinky says:

    Would someone be so kind as to fill me in on the origin of the use of YUGE! as an obvious substitute for HUGE! ? I missed something somewhere.

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    • smiley says:

      maybe its a florida thing…?
      I really don’t know.
      but there’s a car salesman who has been saying it a LOT over the years, and it seems to have caught on ?
      at least, that’s my take on it.

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  32. Mr. Haney, Pixley Penciltucky says:

    Yuge is just a spin of how they lampoon Trump on SNL. It’s Yuuuge for Huge in Trump speak.

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  33. Skylight says:

    I like to call Rubio a sweat hog – anyone remember “Welcome Back Kotter?:” They called themselves the “Sweat Hogs,” and every time Trump mentions how much Rubio sweats, my mind goes to that.

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  34. cohibadad says:

    I always start listening to Donald’s speeches thinking I’ll just watch a little of it, but I always end up watching the whole thing. He is just that special. Never seen anything like it in all my life. God Bless Donald Trump.

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