Must Watch – Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. Overwhelmingly Advocates For Candidate Donald Trump…

Donald Trump delivered a resoundingly well received speech yesterday at Liberty University.  Last night the President of Liberty U, Jerry Falwell Jr. spoke about a history of Donald Trump; a history that few know, and he felt compelled to tell everyone.

Remarkable praise:

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173 Responses to Must Watch – Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. Overwhelmingly Advocates For Candidate Donald Trump…

  1. RINOKiller says:

    I bet there was a lot of heads splodin’ over there at FNC.

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  3. d1ale says:

    My first posting here. Seems to be the only safe place for a Trump supporter.

    I’m reading rumors that Palin may endorse Trump. Does anyone have an update?

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      Just as Cruz starts his stupid Trump is a New York Liberal smears out comes Falwell and Palin. Trump is a genius.

      Liked by 8 people

    • dondeg says:

      Welcome! Yep, lots of fun and happy Trump supporters here. Please join in! No word on the announcement. We’re all on pins and needles too.

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      • Boudica says:

        I am betting that it is going to be an endorsement by Franklin Graham.

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        • I was thinking Franklin Graham too. Rev. Graham was on Greta last night and said he would be in Concord NH at 12:00 today for his 50 State Tour rally so I don’t know. Everyone is saying its Sarah

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          • lou Ann Watson says:

            i guess he’ll finally get to stick the democrats in the eye over his rescinded invitation by obama to the national prayer breakfast.

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        • KitKat says:

          That would seem odd to me, since has declared non partisanship for his 2016 prayer mission to all the state capitols. He broke with the Republican party because he didn’t want his prayer mission for the whole country, and everyone in it, to be thought of as partisan.

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    • noooooo says:

      Her plane flew to Iowa and is scheduled to fly to Tulsa this afternoon….. Just rumor now, but…..

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      • PatriotKate says:

        I really liked Sarah Palin. However, I question how much it would help Mr. Trump. The liberals hate her and he could possibly lose more than he gains.. I’d rather see Iowa Governor be the one who is making an endorsement. I’d put my money on that happening first.

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        • Boudica says:

          I agree about Sarah Palin. She changed after all that junk. I think she tried to be acceptable and that changed who/what she was and she is struggling to get back.

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        • RP says:

          A Palin endorsement will halve Cruz’s support, mostly the evangelic / Tea Party folks and Carson converts who have been…let’s say rudderless and easily swayed by the smooth talking Cruz.

          Sarah they believe in.

          “That I can tell you”

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          • longiron2 says:

            Cruz people going BS and trashing Sarah? Might be something to it and agree with RP it will have a strong effect on the CRUZ supporters in the Tea Party and Evangelic vote moving to TRUMP. Like her or hate her she is the HEAD of the TEA Party Movement and has strong followers.. The Hannity with Farwell Jr interview did not hurt TRUMP at all. CRUZ heads sploding?

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        • KitKat says:

          You should really watch this 2015 SarahPAC video to understand what a Sarah endorsement means. Both Trump and Katrina Pierson appear in the video. The theme is “energy”.

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        • Notmeagain says:

          Yes, even on some semi-conservative sites people find her a major turn-off. I think she hurt herself most by backing some people who turned out poor choices (like Cruz), but, how could anyone have known? The media and anti-Sarahs are still out there ready to pounce.

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        • Crassus says:

          Let Palin endorse Ted Cruz. Those two deserve each other.

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      • KitKat says:

        Oh my garters and suspenders!!!!!!!!!!!!! The thought of Palin endorsing him seemed too good to be true, so I’ve been downplaying that hope. If Sarah does endorse him, Mark Levin will need to be locked into a padded cell (maybe his bunker IS a padded cell?) There seems to be quite a few Trump supporters who also don’t like Palin, and want him to disassociate from her, (I’ve read comments like that even her at TCT), so I hope if she does endorse him, they don’t feel alienated by it.

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    • Boudica says:

      I’m not all that old here myself, but I welcome you:) This is not only a safe place it is a place where you will learn more than you ever thought you needed to learn:) Sundance is fabulous!

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    • MfM says:

      I hope the big public announcement isn’t Palin but someone else. I like Palin, but she causes a gut level knee jerk reaction from many, many seemingly sensible people.

      It’s a visceral hatred that I’ve seldom seen. While her supporting Trump isn’t a negative, making an enormous deal of it could very well be.

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      • RP says:

        Palin would be a net plus for Trump.

        No one supporting Trump will be dismayed or swayed by a Palin endorsement.
        Many of Cruz (and Carson) supporters are evangelical / Tea Party folks – Palins core constituency.
        Palin is the original Trump 1.0 with her direct approach to taking on the DC elites. Unlike Trump, she didn’t have the resources or long history with the NY media to brush off criticism.

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      • KitKat says:

        They feel that because of what the lefty media and establishment did to her. The media that Trump calls scum and very dishonest. I think it’s about time for a cleansing from all that crap. That’s what Trump is all about.

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        • KitKat says:

          She’s a remarkable woman with remarkable accomplishments and tremendous energy. All that got lost in the drumbeat of mockery and slander that the leftist and establishment media aimed at her in order to destroy her. She, and all worthy people, deserve better. I’d love to a correction and justice done. I don’t know if she’s going to be his secret guest, but he should be so lucky if she is. Her endorsement would assure a Trump win in Iowa.

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          • Martin says:

            Man….. you really love Palin.

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            • TheFenian says:

              There is nothing not to love.

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            • KitKat says:

              Yes I do …. but probably not as much as Trump loves her. Watch the SarahPAC video if you want to know how much he loves her. Even in a 2008 article I found about him supporting McCain, he voices his love of Sarah. His support of Sarah was the first thing I liked about Trump, going against all the grain of the liberals and establishment who tore her down. Cruz, palling around with that clown Beck, is one of the first things I disliked about Cruz.

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            • MissV says:

              Correct. So do I. Palin is a smart, courageous and honest politician. Her crony capitalism speech in Iowa was the best, bar none, speech I’ve ever heard.

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          • He has been telling us from day 1 that “the media is really dishonest”. The perspective of that statement in light of a Palin endorsement really takes on new life. I really was thinking Franklin Graham, but Palin would be good too.

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            • georgiafl says:

              As the head of a non-profit religious group, Franklin Graham can’t endorse a political candidate, but he has stated his approval of Trump’s policies.

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          • marierogers says:

            and a lot of it due to her not remembering what she reads..friggin MSM literally destroyed her!
            ah, but now they cant touch our fairhaired boy! revenge is sweet!

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        • longiron2 says:

          The good thing is TRUMP will not put any restrictions on her with the media. SHE hates the media as much if not more so than TRUMP.

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    • catmom says:

      You will love it here. Welcome.

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    • TheFenian says:

      d1ale – welcome to the treehouse. Trump supporters are comfortable here because the articles are true & based on intensive investigation. The vast majority of the commentors are intelligent & insightful. Looking forward to your own contributions.

      No word on whether or not Sarah Palin will officially endorse Trump, though she has made clear she considers him the real deal & is her preferred candidate. We just have to wait and see what the big surprise is today.

      Intelligent Trump supporters love and respect the accomplished and intelligent American patriot Sarah Palin and want to to make her support official.

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    • Welcome d1ale, this site is probably THE MOST supportive of Donald Trump, but in addition to that I’m confident you’ll soon see that it provides the most detailed analysis of many of the leading issues of today. That’s what makes CTH my first stop for news. Sundance provides much needed critical thinking and analysis where the MSM just regurgitates the same headlines without questioning anything. A great example of Sundance’s critical analysis is “The Bengazi Brief.” Check that out…truly incredible work. If the MSM put that type of effort and dedication into the news it would be a different world and people would respect the press and not despise them.

      I would also add that the people here are very smart and well informed unlike some other sites where people do not debate with facts but rather use name calling and illogical reasoning.

      Welcome!

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    • JRD says:

      Welcome!

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  4. R. T. says:

    This is one of the most stunning confessions of heartfelt support I have ever heard.

    PEOPLE NEED TO SEE THIS. SHARE FAR AND WIDE!

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  5. mazziflol says:

    Still waiting for that off the cuff story about Cruz and one of his good deeds he did just because…because you know, hes just so generous and caring or something. Let me hear his story of ‘whatever he could’.

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  6. jerrydon10 says:

    Trump supporters are welcome here? :0) Thank you my brother Falwell….We needed that! We have almost a year and these kinds of truths will come out more and more each day……

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  7. winky says:

    Newt Gingrich interviewed by Greta stating that about the Falwell interview onTrump…this was the closest thing to an endorsement and was fantastic for Trump and was gushing about Trump. Greta was stunned about the couple whose house was paid off for helping Trump…..Little while later Franklin Graham was on and Greta asked him if the evangelicals liked Trump and he said they certainly did! He said he was not going to endorse anyone.

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  8. outerlimitsfan says:

    I wasn’t aware of any of this. Glad I watched it. Is this those bad “NY values” Cruz is warning about?

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  9. Saw some lefty New Yorker writer was mocking on Trump saying Trump was “not king of New York” because “he eats his pizza with a fork” and showed Trump eating pizza with a fork sitting next to Sarah Palin. I had to set the lefty writer straight: in Italy we DO eat pizza with a fork, and a knife, it’s the Italian way to eat pizza and pizza is an Italian food. And I attached photos as well. I actually got my hand tapped down by one of my relatives for eating pizza with my hands when I was there. TRUE STORY!

    So actually Trump was eating the pizza in the real Italian way.

    Yes, this is as petty as these haters get! LOL!

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  10. Dale says:

    If Palin endorses Trump, what will McCain have to say?

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    • Kathryn J. Hernandez says:

      McCain might recall the generous contribution Trump made to his own campaign back then.

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      • And I wonder how many hundreds of politicians and celebrities are keeping silent about the thousands of dollars Trump’s probably given them through the years, some for political purposes but most like him giving Rand Paul $200k.

        And the many who try to use trump like a BANK. Trump said Neil Young asked him for $500,000.00 for a sound system and gave Trump tickets to his show. Next thing Trump knows is Neil Young doing a press release complaining Trump played one of his songs at a rally (was on the auto play soundtrack with various other songs by other artists. Trump said if Neil would’ve called him and told him not to use it he wouldn’t have, but Neil went straight to the press to get some publicity off Trump’s back. This is in the first quarter of the video Sundance posted here: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/01/18/reminder-donald-trump-interview-with-chicago-editorial-board/

        Trump is human and it probably hurts a little bit to see them all not even mentioning he helped them out. Trump would never just come out and embarrass them — UNLESS THEY HIT HIM then he has. But my guess is there are many who were having low times in their careers who came and asked him for his help and he gave to them.

        The good news is that God knows and this is coming to light.

        Truth is Trump is a humble man when it comes to the nice things he’s done.

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        • james23 says:

          Why does Neil Young need to beg 500k off someone else? He can’t write that check? Ugh, these Hollywood types are the worst.

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          • adoubledot says:

            C’mon James, can’t you smell the communism? :^D

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            • palerider1861 says:

              Neil Young is a Canadian rocker who made money from a song he sang years ago called “Southern Man” in which he castigated the South for its heritage — apparently in Neil’s mind, losing the War of Northern Aggression and being wiped out economically was not enough, and he was on a personal quest to destroy what was left of the spirit of the South…the song may have been a commercial success, but the overall theme of laying the blame for slavery wholly on the South is folly, and indicative of one with a very shallow understanding of American history, Canadian or not.

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              • TheFenian says:

                Uh palerider1861 – the war of “Northern Agression” ? Complete with upper case letters ? Get real. This is not a place to re-fight or re-litigate the Civil War. How about we leave the efforts to divide the United States by region to the Senator from Calgary ?

                We are trying to save the United States of America (please note the word “United”). Donald Trump is not running for the Presidency of portions of the United States. He is the Great Uniter. A Uniter of ALL regions, ALL races, ALL classes, ALL genders, ALL faiths.

                Let’s leave confederate propaganda on whatever Civil War Internet forum allows that type of business. Or Paulbot fanboy sites for Paulist cult members. This is not such a forum.

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                • Its 5 O'Clock Somehwere says:

                  LIghten up Francis….we all know the movement to re-write history and leftists versions of it. He was simply illustrating that this Canadian (Young) doesnt know squat about American history and sadly it is going tht way in our public schools. We are all here united around Donald J Trump and his message.
                  God Bless these UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!

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              • woohoowee says:

                It didn’t take long for Alabama to put Neil in his place:)

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              • mscynlynn says:

                “Well, I hope Neil Young will remember a southern man don’t need him around anyhow.” 🙂

                It is my understanding that Ronnie Van Zant and Neil Young were actually friends in real life and their war of words was just in song.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          In essence, that is what The Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice was all about. Giving people a second chance at their careers, and raising MILLIONS for charity. Sadly, they have wiped all mention of the million of $$$ TRUMP”s Celebrity Apprentice raised from the Wikipedia page. It was there when TRUMP started this journey. Now it has all disappeared.

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      • KitKat says:

        Trump, Melania, Eric, Don and Ivanka all gave the max that they were permitted by law to give.

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    • Crassus says:

      McCain: “Sarah, I’m facing a tough primary re-election fight in Arizona just like back in 2010. Please come and campaign for me and help me convince the suckers, er voters, that I’m a real conservative like you did six years ago.”

      Palin: “Sure, John. Whatever you say.”

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  11. ZurichMike says:

    Trump’s generosity wasn’t reported for one reason only: the media don’t want him to be seen as a likable, generous, pro-American with true Christian spirit. Indeed, the Biblical admonition: “Ye shall know them by their fruits” cuts both ways: Trump’s actions show him to be a good, decent person and a spiritual warrior who witnesses proudly to his faith. The media’s actions show them to be soul-destroying, power-mad whores of Babylon.

    I had no idea — zero, zip, nada — that Trump did these things, and when I heard Falwell quietly relating these matters, and saying in so many words that basically that it’s less important to use the conventional theological terms and more important to look to the person’s actions. Jimmy Carter was a good Sunday school teacher, and a horrible president, as Falwell pointed out.

    Creating jobs, keeping businesses open, paying off someone’s mortgage . . . . I was stunned to hear all of this. My keyboard needed washing anyways . . . .

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    • Excellent writing there Mike! All of it, but especially this:

      “Indeed, the Biblical admonition: “Ye shall know them by their fruits” cuts both ways: Trump’s actions show him to be a good, decent person and a spiritual warrior who witnesses proudly to his faith. The media’s actions show them to be soul-destroying, power-mad whores of Babylon.”

      If you saw it this way, just think of all those thousands of viewers that did too!

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      • TheFenian says:

        There was a story I read about Trump once, a small anecdote in a larger article. It’s been so long I don’t remember where I read it. Trump’s limousine pulled over to the side of the expressway with engine trouble. A husband and wife pulled over to offer assistance but were told another car was already on the way. Days later, Trump paid off the mortgage on their home. (New York values in action on both counts).

        This is a good and decent man.

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    • JRD says:

      New Yorkers have known for years of The Donald’s generosity.

      Trump is loved by New York’s blue collar workers.

      As soon as Trump announced I knew the state of New York was “in play.”

      Trump will win New York.

      Take it to the bank.

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  12. Kathryn J. Hernandez says:

    Sarah Palin said on Fox News that she will make her endorsement post Iowa.

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  13. The Liberty Convocation and Jerry Falwell’s praise of Trump offering a deeper look at the goodness of Trump’s heart and upstanding lifestyle “know by their fruits” is going to help Trump in Iowa with those who like Trump but may have felt they needed a “pastor’s approval” of sorts. Cruz’ lead was already slipping, consider this article from BEFORE the debate and BEFORE Jerry Falwell’s praise notes Cruz’ slipping in Iowa:

    Is Ted Cruz Losing His Grip on Iowa? By Josh Voorhees Jan. 13 2016 12:49 PM

    “His [Cruz] drop could be the result of the increased attention that comes with being the favorite—which has included plenty of chatter about his Canadian roots—or it could be explained by something else, including statistical noise. Either way, Cruz doesn’t look as strong in Iowa today as he did in late 2015.

    “In the end, Iowa might serve as a microcosm for the entire GOP campaign: If Trump’s appeal is enough to convince large numbers of first-time voters to show up and caucus on a cold, dark night in Iowa, he’ll be well-positioned to steal an early victory that Cruz was counting on.”
    http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2016/01/13/ted_cruz_donald_trump_running_neck_and_neck_in_iowa.html

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    • Trumped says:

      Going to explode if I hear; “cold, dark night in Iowa”, again..
      As if monsters are waiting out there in Iowa to prevent anyone from voting.

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      • TheFenian says:

        Isn’t it amazing how the vast majority of mid-westerners are constantly portrayed as delicate flowerers ? And too stupid to figure out how to caucus ?

        Yet, at the same time there are endless reports of some uber-hardy group of mid-westerners that can brave any weather, meet any hardship, to drive 5 minutes and engage in the super duper complicated caucus process no matter the obstacles. And all these remarkable Wheaties eaters support other candidates ?

        The more this false narrative is pushed by the media, the more preposterous it’s becomes.

        Trump will win Iowa.

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      • mscynlynn says:

        It’s winter, every night is a cold, dark night in Iowa! LOL

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  14. J. Emmet says:

    Hopefully this will have the same effect as a swift kick in the testicles for Senator Cruz.

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    • TheFenian says:

      Testicles ? You are assuming a fact not in evidence. I stipulate there are no grounds to place testicles on the Senator from Calgary.

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  15. Steve says:

    Trump is the ONLY candidate risking his personal wealth and reputation; just like the Founding Fathers. For that reason alone he deserves the highest respect and admiration. That my friends is a true conservative value, all the rest are just slopping at the money trough of others for personal gain!
    Landside Trump 2016!

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    • The Founders were”risking wealth and reputation”…..and their lives . This is the commitment of a native son to the country ….his country. Wasn’t this exactly what the Founders were trying to ensure for future generations? Isn’t this exactly what the globalist want to prevent with their non-native candidates?

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  16. james23 says:

    I saw this last night. He (Falwell) really was terrific. It wasn’t an endorsement, per se, but much better.

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  17. viddysweet says:

    I know a lot of people dont like facebook, but this is a 2013 picture of Trump meeting with the wife of the Christian Pastor who is/was being held captive in Iran. This issue has been close to his heart for a long time. He means it when he says that he will protect Christians. https://m.facebook.com/DonaldTrump/photos/a.488852220724.393301.153080620724/10153588012720725/?type=3&source=57

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  18. KitKat says:

    The relationship between Trump and Libertys goes back a long way where he spoke at the convocation in 2012 as well, where he received a tremendous and glowing introduction and “Prior to his speech, Trump was awarded an honorary doctorate of business in recognition of his ‘unwavering and public commitment to our nation’s founding principles of limited government, individual liberty, and the free enterprise system, and in further recognition of his iconic status as one of America’s most successful visionaries and entrepreneurs.'”

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  19. mo says:

    Great interview, even through the bloated ego of Hannity.

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  20. KitKat says:

    I like Sean but he would do himself a very large favor if he would overcome letting his huge ego make everything about himself. His bringing his own speech at Liberty into a conversation that had absolutely nothing to do with him was inappropriate. He was fishing for compliments. Falwell went on his show to talk about Trump, not about Hannity.

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    • Rosies Seeing Red says:

      I had the same thought and reaction at the end. It’s actually one of many reasons why I turned him off too a long time ago. This isn’t new — he fishes for compliments and compares everything to himself all the times.

      BUT, if evangelicals are still watching him in big numbers and they saw that interview with Falwell Jr. and heard those “almost” words of endorsement, I’ll forgive Sean this time.

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      • KitKat says:

        Overall Sean’s good qualities outweigh his bad, imo. But when he irks me, he REALLY irks me.

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      • Aw, man, I don’t see Sean that way at all. Him mentioning Liberty University is an interesting piece of information. Why wouldn’t his audience be interested to know that connection? You guys are off on your judgment of him. There’s no reason not to relate to things. Trump talks about how he was there when 9/11 happened, he plugged his book in the same sentence as the Bible, and both those things were great, we love him for it. Sean’s just slightly less grounded and less charming because he falls for political correctness more than Trump.

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    • Listened to hom yesterday in the car, and really thought I was going to have to pull my radio out of the dashboard…so tired of hearing how Me2Ted has “stood up to the establishment” and all his other talking points. I think Sean must have blisters on his backside from balancing on that fence…..

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  21. KitKat says:

    While all the hate was exploding yesterday at Trump and his supporters, Trump was flying high over the storm, happily warrioring on.

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  22. RP says:

    Everyone here is missing that Liberty University is where Cruz made his candidacy announcement in an obvious attempt to tell the Christian voters he is one of them.

    Trump just one-upped and marginalized any illusions that Cruz is the “Christian” candidate – especially with Fallwell’s almost-endorsement on Fox.

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  23. Regina says:

    first 8 minutes – you’ll be surprised

    follow-up (queue at 38:49)

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  24. pyromancer76 says:

    What makes sense in Iowa are Evangelical/Christian/Faithful American endorsement(s). I am on pins and needles. I also see yuge banners flying throughout the state stating: Cruz has sealed his records — Liar? Christians don’t Lie.

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  25. Bruce Fauth says:

    Local rag had article on Trump at Liberty University here in VA yesterday.

    Sure, send your most liberal reporter of color to Lynchburg to write about Donald’s appearance. Long and short of it, rather than deal with what Trump said (want to see what his big announcement is today, maybe a UUUUUUGGGEEEE endorsement), the article was ‘Trump didn’t pay enough tribute to MLK on MLK day.

    Hey idiot Michael Paul Williams (the writer), get a freaking clue. If you wanted a King rally, there were plenty of them in Richmond and surroundings, and you could have saved yourself a few hours drive to Lynchburg. This was a Trump rally, not an MLK rally. And by the way Mr. Williams, MLK was a Republican, and I’m certain he would be appalled at the first affirmative action occupant of the Oval Office.

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  26. beaujest says:

    A northeast Catholic that watched Jerry Falwell on tv all the time,great man !

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  27. RINOKiller says:

    GREAT!

    At a minimal extent, Italian values get insulted

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  28. georgiafl says:

    If Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump today, she will be choosing him over TWO GOP Presidential candidates that she endorsed earlier, saving their campaigns – – Ted Cruz and Rand Paul.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Clarification – ”…that she endorsed years earlier, saving their Senate campaigns.”

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    • PremAmerica says:

      I hope it is Sarah Palin.

      She has been far and away the leading kingmaker in Republican primary politics since 2008. No one is even a distant second to Sarah Palin!

      Ayotte, Rubio, Cruz, Paul, Haley, Johnson… I could go on and on.

      Also, the liberal media would go nuts over it and it will be all Trump all the time for a week. Gosh, I really hope it is her!

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  29. IMO says:

    John Wayne Birthplace Museum
    LIVE Donald Trump Special Announcement Rally in Winterset Iowa on January 19, 2016

    Me thinks John Wayne daughter is endorsing Trump 🇺🇸

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  30. WackoBird McCrazyPants says:

    I just can’t visualise Ted being quietly charitable with his time or money.
    I’ve tried to imagine it, but I can’t. In fact, compared to Trump, I feel Ted’s every action is calculated…for profit, if you like.
    It’s probably old news here, but this is another story about Trump’s good deeds. Sure he’s rich & can afford it…yet so few rich people follow Donald’s many examples, and without publicity.

    http://www.youngcons.com/donald-trump-allows-seriously-ill-jewish-child-to-use-private-jet/

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  31. tg159 says:

    One thing I love about Donald Trump is that he doesn’t wear his faith on his sleeve Mamma always said,”bigger the cross,bigger the hypocrite. I’m always suspicious of people who decorate themselves in the Bible..

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  32. BibleBullet says:

    Overall, good interview. But I gagged a little when he said that only fruit matters rather than right theological terms in determining one’s Christianity. There’s no denying in his past, Trump supported full-term abortion, among other things. Hard to bill that as Christian. I really don’t need to be convinced of Trump’s “Christianity” to vote for him. Quite frankly, I’m tired of politicians parading as Christians to get Christian votes. Just present yourself as you are, with your policies, and I’ll consider voting for you if enough of your policies match my own.

    Other than that, it was nice to hear what a charitable person Mr. Trump is.

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    • BenY says:

      With some 30,000 denominations out there I think theological terms may be hard to nail down. However, fruits are evidence of character, and I have known many who claimed theological terms and were quite the shysters, lacking even a grape..

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      • BibleBullet says:

        I agree with that…mostly. But like I said, being pro-life is pretty much historical Christianity, from its inception. Trump is not pro-life, nor would I begin to pretend he is. That’s bad fruit in that particular department. Very, very bad fruit. Even though I’m voting for him, I do so with eyes wide open. He will not nominate Supreme Court justices who will overturn Roe v Wade if given the opportunity. Let’s not pretend otherwise. He’s welcome to change his mind and publicly reverse statements he’s made in the past, however.

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        • Jenny R. says:

          But he isn’t running for head preacher; he’s running for president — and as such will have to represent all of us.
          I don’t like the idea of abortion; I hate PP (for many reasons) — but I also realize that not everyone is going to have the same opinion (and sometimes they do have valid arguments: rare is it may be there are situations where the mother’s life really is in danger or some little girl gets raped by nasty family member….it’s a sad thing, and fortunately rare, but I think in those situations personal choice should probably have some standing; I can’t judge people in those positions as those are situations that I was fortunately spared). As long as pro-lifers are given their rights to public speech, which they aren’t now not really, then that’s all I can ask of a president.
          That’s a culture war thing — it will have to be settled by society, free of excessive government influence. Right now the only person who seems as though he’ll stay out of it is Trump.

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  33. winky says:

    I love the picture of Trump with this vet above with his hand on his face…..such a loving gesture…and the smile of this vet despite his disability… I see Trump doing something like this to his own son….I hope we see this picture over and over again as it tells us a lot of trump’s humble heart….so inspiring

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  34. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I saw this interview last night. It was just awesome. I think that Hannity was getting upset that Falwell Jr. kept going on with what he had to say in praising Trump. It was quite obvious that Falwell Jr. does not care too much for the other candidates. He was spot on in all that he said.

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  35. TwoLaine says:

    I posted immediately when I heard Jerry talking about TRUMP that this day would go down in history. It was a Beautiful and Fabulous production from start to finish! Great Hannity interview too!

    I remember someone else who noticed TRUMP”s work ethic after the debates.

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