Donald Trump Speech “Politics and Eggs” New Hampshire – Nov 11th (Video)…

Donald Trump speaks in New Hampshire on the day following the debate:

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76 Responses to Donald Trump Speech “Politics and Eggs” New Hampshire – Nov 11th (Video)…

  1. Trump needs to SLEEP and rest up. Two unforced gaffes today: 1. Doubled down on “wages are too high” and 2. posted a Facebook post and listed armed forces while leaving out the Marines.

    Com’on Team Trump, keep your man healthy and rested.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      He looked so tired today and in this speech. His eyes show it. I heard he only had about 90 minutes of sleep. His family and campaign staff need to make sure he is rested and eats right. We need him to remain healthy, sharp, and high energy. He has a long ways to go so I hope he paces himself.

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      • FatGirl says:

        90 minutes is insane lack of sleep. He’s wrecking his body with that. No matter his age. If he drops dead from overwork, what will we do?

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        • justfactsplz says:

          Today on the news shows he still looked tired. His son Eric is making the news shows now and doing a great job. Trump needs to let him take on more to relieve the grueling schedule.

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    • dondeg says:

      Funny you should say that. I was thinking the same. Come on, Donald, get some rest. You cant collapse on us now. Then again, he’s been doing this for years. Let’s hope he finds the right balance. You can tell he wants this as much as us, he knows the country needs this. It’s driving him to the max. What a superhero.

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      • KBR says:

        Wow, I get that you are concerned, but this is a down conversation to top a thread where Trump did such a wonderful job! No longer the Silent Majority, we are the Vocal Majority!
        But if he takes a day to rest, you’ll all be saying “where’s Donald, I haven’t seen him today, I’m so worried.” Ah the power of negative thinking, so sad.

        If he’s smart enough to take care of the whole country he’s smart enough to take care of himself.
        The Power of Positive Thinking is a book by Norman Vincent Peale, a minister that Trump says he learned a lot from. Read it, okay?

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    • TrumpFan says:

      Photo from one of your other commentors:

      Trump the Lion vs. the Elephant & Donkey:

      The Lion Needs to Sleep Tonight… 😀

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  2. JoeS says:

    Speaking of Trump, He is on O’Reilly right now.

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  3. Dan Schwartz says:

    NY Times Delivers Slobbering Wet Kiss to Trump on Debate Day, on H-1B Visa Abuse
    http://tinyurl.com/ohsh8wr

    No, George HW Bush: It Was Indeed Reagan, Thatcher, and Pope John Paul II Who Ended the Cold War

    We have No Love for the Bush clan: Not George HW Bush, who like his son George W Bush hijacked and then squandered the Reagan Revolution, and not ¡Jeb! who believes the Presidency is a monarchy. In Bush 41′s Biography Destiny and Power released today, “Poppy” threw Cheney & Rumsfeld under the bus in a desperate bid to save ¡Jeb!’s failing candidacy; and also claims it was he, and not Reagan and Thatcher who ended the Cold War. News Flash: You were the CIA Director in the Ford Administration, but the agency you ran couldn’t even tell the old Soviet Union was going to implode in 1989. #FAIL

    http://tinyurl.com/Bush41-Thatcher

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    • Ono says:

      It was Pappy Bush who, decided to start a war (Desert Storm) with Saddam Hussein, who, was a business partner of Bush.

      http://www.voxfux.com/features/bush_counterfeit.html

      Georgie jr (under Pappy’s direction?) decided to go back and carpet bomb Bagdad. Nobody was complaining of the thousands of US sorties being flown (that were killing innocent people) while we searched in vain for Weapons of mass destruction. The fact that Saddam wore Armani suits and loved the trappings of the western world should have tipped people off that he most likely was put in power by the US.

      Trump is right…we don’t belong there, and they don’t belong here. Build a wall. It’s not just Mexico that needs to start following laws.

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  4. Piper says:

    Even his sons are very presidential! Maybe we will have a Trump Dynasty and Ivanka will be the first female president of the US!

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    • Gazill says:

      No more dynasties, please

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      • Piper says:

        If he ends up being the kind of president I think he will be I wouldn’t want to risk another Obama era EVER again. If Trump were to win then we the people have literally RIPPED our government back away from TPTB and I wouldn’t be willing to give that up easily. The entire political process has become so perverted from what it was intended, it is truly a travesty what’s been done to our republic.

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      • KBR says:

        Not looking for a presidential “dynasty.” Trumps already have a business dynasty, So they aren’t looking to make a fortune in politics like other politician dynasties.

        But should a Trump son or daughter run one day, and IF he or she is the best candidate on his or her own steam, you should not rule him or her out just because dad ran.

        My point here is don’t make “rules” you might not want to keep!

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    • Coast says:

      I’m beginning to think that we are swallowing too much Trump cool-aid. Let’s keep this real. Trump didn’t light the world on fire the other night in the debate, and had somewhat of “deer in the headlights” look when Paul corrected him on TTP and China. I’m a Trump supporter, but really I wish he had done better…I really do. We need him to be crushing the other candidates…especially Rubio. Didn’t happen.

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      • Sentient says:

        This is true. He may need to take a couple of days off to get some rest and re-tool his stump speech a bit. I’d like to see him come out against statehood for Puerto Rico, although maybe that’s not so smart, I dunno. He needs to hammer TPP and its many dangers.

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      • Paul was wrong…Trump was right. No correction warranted. And Rubio will be out of it this time next week through no fault but his own.

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      • KBR says:

        I disagree. I don’t drink kool aid, and that’s pretty much a lefty phrase so I don’t like it much although I understand the term. Maybe better than some of you because I actually remember when the tragedy hit the news. Because the term is based on horrid kool aid laced with poison deaths of a large number of terribly mislead people, including children, some of which were psychologically led to commit suicide and some of which people were brutally murdered by a very evil man; it’s really a disgrace to use this murderous term in politics. Evil event, evil term. Typical lefty construct, because these people were misled trying to find faith in a more and more faithless world. And atheistic lefties like criticizing faith so much they must have delighted in seeing those bodies, must have laughed seeing the news, must have guffawed at the dead children.
        But I digress.
        Trump didn’t need “to light the world on fire” and he was actually correct when he said China would be able to get in the back door on that deal. Paul’s statement did not change the truth of Trump’s statement. China will be able to get in, and may now come strolling in the front.
        It’s time to stop with your Cruz crush and Trump bash. It’s getting old.

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        • Coast says:

          So much of the above post is sooooo wrong. I don’t know who you have me confused with, but I’m not a Trump basher, and I am a Trump supporter. The above post is a prime example of how people become so locked into either an idea or a person that they can’t see anything or understand anything outside that bubble. We…all of us…need to be careful into falling into “group think” that we can’t be critical or honest of the situation. Also, I’ll use the term “drinking the kool-aid” all I want…I’m not the least concerned as to how that term originated, and I’m certainly not a “lefty”.

          My God, as Trump would say, PC is killing us. Even on this site….!!!!

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      • Venus says:

        Paul didn’t “correct” Trump on TPP — Trump said TPP would allow China to get in the BACK DOOR. Seems that Paul, and you, don’t understand that to come in through the “back door” means to sneak in; i.e., even though they aren’t part of the deal, they’d be able to use it to their advantage.
        Even the idiot lib WSJ mod corrected Paul on that (he said, point blank, to Paul’s “Shouldn’t we note that China isn’t part of the deal hee, hee” that “But they’ll be able to get the benefits of it.”).
        Pay attention.

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      • sam says:

        Yes Trump say China will go in back door of TPP. China and Russia is not part of TPP but John Kerry just invited China into TPP 2 weeks ago. What Trump should respond regarding TPP is that TPP create a international trade commission to regulate trades between country, this bypass congress and transfer power to a international commission stripping power from U.S.

        As for Trump debate, I’m pretty sure he knows what he’s talking about just that he’s only a politician for 4 month and Trump hasn’t learn how to package his response in a polish manner and debate is still new to him.

        If you look at his policy paper, it’s very good policy and other candidates like Ben Carson is copying part of Trump policy like immigration. He will hire the best people to write policy that benefit America and not special interests.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        Except that Rand is incorrect. There is a back door for China to join just as Mr. Trump said. Not sure if Rand knew that or was being petulant.

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    • coltlending says:

      Their mother Ivana was/is no dummy.

      Good stock all around and Trump is always humble about his kids, knocking on wood that they remain good kids.

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  5. NHVoter says:

    Yay Trump! His sons are very smart, articulate & handsome.

    A new You Gov poll says 49% of Republicans agree with Trump on immigration:
    http://atr.rollcall.com/immigration-reform-donald-trump-gop-voters/

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    • mariner says:

      I saw that.

      Only 49%? Of Republicans?!

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      • mimbler says:

        If you click on the link, you will see that the poll actually asked which Republican candidate would do the best on immigration. 49 percent said Trump, 13 percent undecided, and the rest split among their candidates. I think that is great for Trump, because many people will say their candidate is right on everything, even if they really like someone else’s position on a particular issue.
        Mike

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  6. dizzymissl says:

    I found this interesting:

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  7. dizzymissl says:

    Then this:

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    • dondeg says:

      I think this is true also because the media is probably twisting every poll to downplay his lead, and also because there are just tons of people who are NOT polled.

      I hate to keep saying it, but I really am a scientist. The concept of sampling makes most sense in chemistry where 1 gram of a substance has 10^24 atoms (that’s a 1 followed by 24 zeros…a very big number!). Statistical concepts work best with such big numbers. When you have a population of ~300 million in the USA and sample size of 1000, this is 0.0033% of the entire population. When you do chemistry on a mixture and sample a piece of it, you are getting a piece that is 100% representative of the population. Obviously this does not occur sampling human opinions.

      This idea of a 5% margin of error is COMPLETE AND UTTER BS. We are lucky for the Clear Water averages, that takes us closer to the truth, but even this is potentially BS. If each individual poll is skewed to disfavor Trump, then so will be the averages. Or consider this. Perhaps the earliest polls were the most honest. But as Trump ascended, then the hanky panky started, and people actively started fudging polls. This would have the result of causing his net gain to decrease over time, and we are seeing this now.

      Believe me, I know how people “massage” and “finesse” results in chemistry, where you can at least justify it, even if going out on a limb. Application of the same statistical methods to human social phenomena is a pipe dream in the best of circumstances. As is constantly revealed here by Sundance, we know tons of hanky panky is going on.

      Therefore, I conclude that the polls are off anywhere from 50-100% which would put Trump in the 37%-60% range.

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  8. sundaybu says:

    Trump is proud of his sons, said they are “hard-working”. I hope the left isn’t offended by that…

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  9. liberty2828 says:

    That was good question and answer. He is really good in that format. Personal and answers questions with heart and information. Promises new paper on Ethanol and energy in the next 3-4 weeks and will send copy to questioner. Veterans Day appreciation too.

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    • keebler AC says:

      Trump has someone note down follow up he has promised. Unlike the stagecraft Townhall meetings Obama has where he talks too much about nothing, fields one or two questions, then promises action……..months later, nothing happens. But Obama gets his brownie points in and votes. After that, Obama doesn’t care. He spits the po’ me questioner out and forgets about it because he’s bizy with golf and getting dinner served to him at 6 pm sharp, Netayanu or no Netayanu in the guest room

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    • dondeg says:

      I agree 100%. Thanks for saying what I wanted to say.

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  10. auscitizenmom says:

    TRUMP, get some rest. You are human.

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  11. SAFVet says:

    Heard him call in to Mark Levin show today (delayed on Left Coast) – he said he was going to get some sleep right after hanging up. I hope he did it.

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    • PremAmerica says:

      Can someone provide an audio of the Levin interview? Or a brief summary, please?

      Levin was really bothered by Trump going after Carson and has been taking a lot of thinly veiled shots. I’m really curious to hear how the interview panned out.

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      • keebler AC says:

        Carson is the GOPe’s token replacement for Obama. Far better, stronger, more intelligent. Carson is the “Conservative” ‘s black icon and nothing shall damage it even the truth. Which is a scam. I understand he achieved more than his peers and even his white peers, but then a white person would never receive the same ovation…….but it’s no reason to appoint this Democrat as Republican president. He was brought over from the democrat side to be paraded as black GOP. He’s their baby, they created him. Of course they’re angry. But they shoot the messenger when it’s their own wretched fault for trying to pull one on the public. Telling an already cynical public who don’t believe in the Bible and God using fake miracle stories is damaging. I wish Ben didn’t fall for the temptation.

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      • SAFVet says:

        Levin’s daily shows are available either via podcast on iTunes, or at the following link:

        http://www.marklevinshow.com/audio-rewind/

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    • dondeg says:

      Thanks for letting us know he was on Levin’s show! I need to listen to that.

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  12. MVW says:

    His sons were articulate, smart, and loyal to their dad. Look, it is going to take more than 8 years to turn this big ship around. Think about that… but one step at a time.

    Rubio is a press 5 to get the #5 canned speech, then wait to see what he really does. He is a politician.

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  13. lecombatblog says:

    Great Q & A – Yes, Mr. Trump I will not be tired of winning all the time.

    It’s good keystone was stopped by Obama. President Trump will negotiate a 25% cut for the US from the pipeline – I like that idea.

    Go Trump!

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    • Sentient says:

      Those who try to hammer Trump on eminent domain try to differentiate between using eminent domain for a public purpose (road, sewer line) and using it for a private purpose (as with Kelo). It’s not an entirely invalid distinction, but Trump should point out that the Keystone pipeline would be privately owned. Pointing that fact out would neutralize the Club for Growth argument against Trump.

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      • RP says:

        Brilliant. I didn’t think about this angle…it is apples to apples and kills not only Club for Growth but every other indignant rabble-rouser. If they support Keystone and criticize Trump’s parking lot, they are hypocrites.

        Please post this more, elsewhere. I’ll help 😉

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    • dondeg says:

      Now that’s making lemonade out of lemons!

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  14. snaggletooths says:

    What a great event his son’s are good men enjoy Trump’s question and answer events the best.

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    • keebler AC says:

      So many complain how his speeches even tho at different locales are the same……so he switched it up. It’s a good way to stay in tune with what’s going on in each state by taking questions. A lot of studying on issues is getting done already. By election, Trump will be ready to roll the tankers out and America will never look back again! Sayonara, Barack and Michelle. Take ValJar with you, and leave the money you owe America at the table first.

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      • dondeg says:

        People complain about this because we all watch each and every speech he gives! Can you imagine if all the other “all talk no action” gummbas had to worry about everyone listening to each and every one of their speeches? I’ll bet they are word-for-word identical AND painful to the ear and soul! At least with Trump, there are always a few new zingers that make me laugh or cheer.

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  15. Piper says:

    Trump is going to have some VERY deep waters to wade through- the amount of corruption he will be facing from the Obama (and probably Bush) administration(s) is staggering!

    http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2015/11/04/the-eight-ways-america-will-die-in-a-single-night/

    An excerpt from the article:
    I do not report the following in a light-hearted manner. One very public murder has already taken place in order to bury this information. When reporter Michael Hastings was assassinated by a drone, he was headed to the Israeli Consulate in Los Angeles with tactical and top secret information that McChrystal and other top American military commanders wanted the Israelis to be made aware of. At the time of his death, Hastings was deeply involved in helping save the troops in Afghanistan.

    When General McChrystal was fired by Obama, he was not run out of the military because of a silly interview with then Rolling Stone reporter, Michael Hastings. He was run out of the military, after serving as the commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan because he was making contingency plans to survive after a Russian/Chinese attack upon the United States. Caught between Russian and Chinese forces, the General knew his entire command would be threatened with total destruction when America was attacked. McChrystal was fired for reaching out to Israel for contingency support should the US be attacked. The Israeli’s were all too happy to help. However, the CIA and Obama were never going to permit this underground alliance to ever be consummated. General Petraeus was also collateral damage in this affair as he supported this move and he attempted to thwart CIA interference in this affair. Instead, Patraeus was fired for an affair with his biographer. Since when is a sitting CIA director sacked because of an affair? The reason for his removal is ludicrous. Petraeus was trying to protect the troops in Afghanistan and he was discovered and he is lucky to be alive. These events illustrate that the backbone of the American military does not support Obama’s treason. In covert circles, this event is referred to Benghazi II with Hastings playing the role of another Chris Stevens.

    When war begins, the bulk of American combat troops will be trapped inside of Afghanistan and will be carved up like a Thanksgiving turkey in another of a long line treasonous acts by this sitting President.

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    • KBR says:

      God bless our troops. Prayer helps, it really does. I know it was hard to write, and it seemed nobody paid attention. But some did. Believe me. Be brave and be positive.

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  16. Sandra says:

    I just cannot believe how Trump is evolving as a candidate and no matter how many speeches I’ve heard each new one seems fresh and interesting. His sons are fantastic, they have their father’s talent for speaking (as opposed to speech-reading). I really do believe that Trump can make America great again. I think I agree with every single one of his policies and viewpoints.

    Btw, he did fantastically deflecting FTP-enabler Joel Gill at 15:25. Gill said the police killed 1100 people last year and a lot of them look just like him, i.e., are black. It’s easy to debunk both claims, just do a little bit of Google research. I’m glad Trump went off on his own tangent and supported the police.

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  17. mpmp2015 says:

    This is the typical Q & A Trump does, it’s like he literal controls the QUESTIONS asked as well. For pretty much all the questions, he would essentially answer it before the question is asked. It’s a good strategy to control the ANSWER he gives. Probably frustrates the questioner, but it works wonders for him. Once he “answers” the question, he then ends it by asking the questioner: Okay??? Whether Trump answers the question or not, you’re going to say yes. Trump wins!! It’s great to see in action.

    Now fast forward to a President Trump doing a White House press conference. Holly sh*t!! That would be fun to watch him run over the WH correspondents like a mac truck. Go Trump!!!

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  18. Solo Tester says:

    WHY TRUMP WINS EVERY GOP DEBATE (And Will Win The Rest)

    No matter the post-debate poll, whether it’s Drudge, MSNBC or Time, Donald Trump seems to dominate. How can that possibly be? The fourth GOP debate in Milwaukee had people anointing Ted Cruz as the winner. Marco Rubio was hailed for his laser tongued quips, Carly Fiorina shot back a few barbs about packing more military muscle against Putin, and even Rand Paul scored a few kudos for his debate prowess.

    Trump is no slouch himself, zinging John Kasich in the third debate about being on the last podium and dismissing Jeb about his fantasies of accepting money from the Donald several years ago. Yet, let’s face it, Donald Trump is not a skilled debater. He even warned of such when he said, “that’s all that these guys do, debate all day.” Trump wouldn’t guarantee any stellar performances, just that he had “do it for the country.”

    So how is it that Trump pulls away with all online polling for every GOP debate he’s appeared on? Endless talk abounds about Christie’s repartee here, Rubio’s sharpness there, Cruz’s incisiveness everywhere. Somebody other than Trump always seems to have the “line of the night” thrown around the next day at the water cooler. Still, Trump trumps them all, and he continues to drive in thousands to his rallies. Poor Fiorina, for all her gung-ho banter about having a set of presidential cojones, which have audiences hooting, she was unable to draw any questions at her appearance in a New Hampshire restaurant where the only query in the tiny crowd came from a little girl.

    First of all, the GOP/Dem “debates” are anything but that, at least not in the modern definition. True debating involves back and forth jousting between individuals with firm time limits, points and sometimes teams of two or more. Ted Cruz is a renowned college debate champ. It’s easy to see that Rubio is also in his element on a debate stage. But again, these are not authentic debates. Call them a fancy dog and pony show or a beauty contest, anything but a debate, and this is what Trump understands and the others don’t. While his competition bones up for days at a secret location, obsessively rehearsing their strategy, Trump approaches it from an advertising standpoint. YUGE.

    To understand all of this better, just answer a simple question as you envision all eight candidates on stage again. Which candidates would you say, “I know who that person is.” Not, “I know where they stand on the issues,” but “I know in my gut who that person is. I may not be able to put my finger on it or put it into words, but I just know.”

    There is obviously only one that stands out as a no brainer and it’s Trump. He’s delivering a textbook road map for any future presidential candidate to follow. Why? Because Trump has an identity and a brand that he keeps hammering repeatedly, like a GEICO commercial or a Carl’s Jr. ad. Sure, the others may stand for certain issues or present their own flare, but they don’t have an identity that they bring to the podium every time. You will see them change their presentation and answers every debate and devise very slick and catchy quips that become memorable, but they don’t ingrain any identifiable brand in our minds.

    Here’s Trump’s brand in a nutshell. “I’m Donald Trump. You know me from “The Apprentice.” I built a fantastic company with thousands of people employed by me. I’m going to build a wall to take care of the most pressing issue facing this country today, immigration –and I’m going to make America great again!”

    Simple, to the point and repetitive. Over and over again. There’s no guess work, as in will Jeb finally show up this time? What snappy, glib answer will Rubio crack? Will Paul get pummeled again for his lunch money? And will Kasich continue to exhaustively poke holes in the air with his index finger? Trump gets it because he was trained to promote himself. We know who Donald Trump is because he’s a master at creating his own unique identity, much the same way Ronald Reagan did.

    In terms of branding geeeeenius, first we had the Ronald, now we have the Donald.

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    • mpmp2015 says:

      Agreed. Trump’s critics keep saying he has nothing new to say, well, there’s two reasons why, first, moderators keep asking him the same old questions and he gives the same answers. So, this is done by design to make him look bad. At the same time, Trump’s style is to repeat themes and ideas that resonates, he’s not a boring policy wonk. He has legions of fans that show up to his rallies multiple times to listen to the same stump speech. Why? Well, why did so many Grateful Dead fans follow the group and listen to the same songs over and over again, well, because they like what they hear, so why change the message for the sake of changing? It’s branding and Trump knows this very well. If you have a good brand, you don’t constantly change the message or people will be confused about what the brand stands for. Trump’s not afraid to be repetitive if the message is still well received.

      It might be the same message, but his fans loves his DELIVERY of the message, that’s the fun part. Don Rickles has the same lines of jokes he’s used for decades, no new material, yet people still pay to see him, his fans like his jokes and they definitely love his delivery of the punch lines. Same concept.

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  19. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Trump is our best and only hope to stop the destruction of our country — The forces aligned against him are massive but they must be beaten the changes that the Globalists want well end individual freedom and make 1984 look like heaven.

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