Donald Trump Town Hall, Exeter New Hampshire – Noon Live Stream…

Candidate Donald Trump has two events planned for today in New Hampshire.  The first is a noon town hall in Exeter New Hampshire.  The second is a 7:00pm rally in Portsmouth New Hampshire at Great Bay Community College.

The Exeter Town Hall event begins at noon:

Live Stream Link – Alternate Live Stream

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432 Responses to Donald Trump Town Hall, Exeter New Hampshire – Noon Live Stream…

  1. The new PPP national poll is being used to push the fake Rubio “surge” narrative. They are setting up the next fraud already.

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  2. Jimmyboy says:

    I often wonder if the GOP has considered voters such as myself in the road map to elect an established candidate and roadblocking Trump. I am a registered Democrat. I do plan to swing to the other side and vote for Trump. If Trump does not have a chance in the presidential election, I will swing back and vote for a Democrat. This is simply because none of the other Republican candidates appear trustworthy, electable, or have a strong history of leadership. This is the case for most of the folks I speak to…..Trump is pulling voters from the other side of the aisle………either we can vote for Trump as a republican or you lose our vote and we vote against the party.

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    • Pinkie says:

      You are what used to be called a “Reagan Democrat”

      Liked by 7 people

      • Southern Son says:

        News of Jimmie’s demise were premature.
        Welcome all to our side.
        Save Amaerica.
        Make Her Great Again.
        Trump Train 2016!

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    • zzschnops says:

      The GOPe welcomes you to vote for the democrat. The GOPe and the DEMe are controlled by the money and NWO/globalists. So if Hillary wins or any rep but Trump wins, THEY win.

      They only lose with Sanders, or with Trump

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      • jello333 says:

        Yep. If Trump wasn’t in this race, the only other person I’d be remotely interested in supporting would be Bernie. I would NOT under any circumstance vote for Rubio or Cruz or Jeb!… or Hillary.

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    • Pete V says:

      There is a reason to vote for a Democrat if Trump isn’t the nominee: Trying to create gridlock in Washington. A Congress controlled by the GOP will work with Rubio and then you get “free trade” (more US jobs destroyed and lower wages) and amnesty (illegals will take even more jobs and wages will go down, too).

      But please don’t tell me that Hillary Clinton “appears trustworthy, electable,” and has a “strong history of leadership.” She is a disaster; a corrupt, criminal, lying, hypocritical, weak, rape-denying monster that is a grave threat to national security (the e-mail debacle, Benghazi) and to peace (Libya). Clinton’s campaign is funded by Goldman and Citi, who also fund Cruz’s campaign etc. They are essentially the same kind of people – Wall Street shills who say nice stuff to get elected but will turn you into a poor slave.

      Sanders is honest (I assume), but he would need a single month to turn the US into Greece.

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      • R-C says:

        Except that the GOP establishment and the democrat party are fighting for the SAME THING: open borders, amnesty, and trade agreements that are favorable to globalists.

        With that in mind, they put up a dozen and a half candidates who are perfectly malleable, and yet almost totally unelectable. The GOPe would be very happy with a Hillary presidency: they keep their ‘perks’, and the globalist agenda goes on uninterrupted. If one of their guys happens to succeed–they would be surprised by that, but in total control of that candidate at all times, so the globalist agenda would go on uninterrupted in that case too.

        ONLY Donald J. Trump stands in the way of the globalists. Period. That is why they are using every GOP candidate as a tool to ‘get’ Trump.

        BUT! They can’t ‘get’ Trump unless they ‘get’ US, you and me. And sadly, here is the weakness. With only ONE minor skirmish under our belts (Iowa), too many are already questioning their candidate. “Trump must do this; Trump had better say that–seemingly thousands of ‘expert political consultants’ coming out of the woodwork, all carrying the ‘magic bullet’ that Mr. Trump somehow missed. (And all the while, Trump continues to hold a commanding lead in all the polls.)

        To me, WE are Trump’s ‘militia’. He can’t win without US, but (speaking as an experienced combat arms soldier) it’s apparent to me that WE also represent the weakest link in the chain. If WE sway, Trump will lose his foundation, and then HE will sway.

        I’ve said it before; I’ll say it again here: WE must remain resolute; absolutely firm in our support for our candidate. The battle is just now being joined in earnest, and already too many–some expressing opinions on this very website–are seemingly ready to break ranks and run. For Trump to win, the “militia” MUST remain firm. If we break ranks and give way, Trump will have no support, and will lose.

        I recommend everyone watch Mel Gibson’s ‘The Patriot’; especially climactic final battle scene, where Colonel Benjamin Martin suggests massing the militia in the center of the colonists’ lines. “But they’ll run,” says an officer, convinced that the militia WON’T be reliable. Let’s not be THAT militia. Let’s be the militia that will NOT run at the first sound of the guns.

        “Steady on, fellow warriors.” I can’t put it more plainly than that.

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        • yy4u says:

          LIKE.

          It’s difficult to stay the course when being pelted by news sources, like FOX and talk radio that you once trusted. We need to encourage each other. To keep the faith.
          The Establishment still “trusts” that we’ll hold our nose and vote Rubio or Bush because Hillary is worse. I just wrote the RNC to tell them NOT THIS TIME. I’ll vote Democratic or write in Trump’s name.

          Others need to do the same.

          Trump “lost” Iowa but so did Reagan. We need to remember that.

          That said, are we sure he did lose Iowa? Cruz used dirty tricks. What if they hadn’t? Would Carson’s numbers have been higher? Would Trump have known? I personally would like to see another poll of Iowa. Who does Iowa want now? Rubio? Cruz? Trump?

          The Rubio “surge” is being played up by the Establishment mouthpieces. Remember the Carson “surge”? The Fiorina “surge”? The Cruz “surge”. Everyone has “surged” but Trump.

          The WSJ has continued its unrelenting attacks on Trump. In response, spouse and I are now considering discontinuing the paper which we have subscribed to for over 20 years.
          He called marketing yesterday and had a long conversation with marketing about our disappointment with the WSJ. These Globalists need to know that while we can’t do much about them, we can fight back with whatever weapons we had. Just like the militia did when it took on the most powerful empire in the world at that time (Britain).

          We’ve turned off FOX News and are looking for a reliable news source. If we can’t find one, we’ll use the web for news and information. “They” can beat us.

          My only consternation is the friends I have whom I thought were intelligent people but who have been taken in by yet another callow, minority, youth with no experience doing anything but running for and being elected to office, a young man in a hurry to make a fortune out of politics. No Rubio. Not now, not ever.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          Bravo! Well said. I’ve been thinking about all of the negativity and onslaught of new posters the last two days. I highly suspect some are paid trolls pretending to be Trump supporters and bring us down with their negativity and “advice’ for Trump. Let Trump be Trump and hold the battle lines!

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      • Kay Elle says:

        The ONLY reason I see to put ANY Republican other than Trump in the White House, is to avoid the disaster of having the Democrat party choose the next SCOTUS judges. It’s a given that there will be at least two vacancies to fill within the next four years. That worries me. A lot.

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        • R-C says:

          Unfortunately, we’re already dealing with the disaster of Chief Justice John Roberts, appointed by republicans.

          The current republican party is no more a guarantor of supreme court justices showing good jurisprudence than the democrats are.

          John Roberts, a fairly young man. Disaster. Appointed for life. ‘Nuff said.

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    • KBR says:

      Jimmy boy, I suggest you do some further reading. There is no one on the democrat side that is trustworthy electable or has a strong history of leadership (unless leading us into the abyss counts) either.
      Read Roger Stone and Robert Morrow bestseller “The Clinton’s War Against Women” (not just about the women, BTW)
      Then get the soon to be released “Jeb! And the Bush Crime Family”
      Read Ann Coulter “Adios America”

      You will discover that there is no one better on the Democrat side than on the Republican side. They are Uniparty.
      But for a mite of time, Republicans MIGHT go slightly slower in crushing the USA to a mere memory. That’s a MIGHT and a mite.

      That mite MIGHT be a dying gasp or a final coming together of the people ready at last to breathe free.

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      Aside from Trump, there is no one in either party that’s trustworthy or has any history of leadership.

      People need to forget their Democrat vs Republican conflict. That was simply a cover by the globalists to keep people distracted from the truth.

      There are Nationalist patriots and Globalist scum. That is all there is anymore. It’s the same story in every western country. You have globalists who want to let the West be overrun and destroyed so a One World, One Country bunch of BS can be implemented, and you have Nationalists who believe their countries, culture, and heritage are worth saving.

      Forget the rest. Forget Democrat vs Republicans, left vs right, liberal vs conservative.

      Nationalists vs Globalists is the real story of this election.

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    • yy4u says:

      Jimmyboy, I don’t think the GOP establishment cares whether you vote Democrat OR Republican so long as one or the other retains power. They know Democrats do nothing to upset the GOP elite just as Republicans like Ryan and McConnel do nothing to upset the Democrat elite. This is rule by elite, pure and simple . Trump upsets this. They know there are Democrats like you who would cross over. That’s what scares them.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      Clinton professed his admiration for Carroll Quigley, author of ‘Tragedy and Hope’ (1966) at his his acceptance speech at the Democratic convention. Quigley was Clinton’s professor at Georgetown Univ. Quigley researched the role of the Rhodes-Milner Round Table Groups (CRF for example) in Britain from 1891 through World War II. ‘Tragedy and Hope’, contains references to his twenty years of research so it is worth paying attention to what Quigley said.
      QUOTEThe chief problem of American political life for a long time has been how to make the two congressional parties more national and international. The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so the that American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.” — Tragedy and Hope,
      UNQUOTE
      Carroll Quigley was a member of Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)

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    • Gail Combs says:

      While I am tossing out background “The Rockefeller File” (1976) by Gary Allen should sound familiar.
      http://www.whale.to/b/allen_b.html
      QUOTE
      The master planners devised the strategy of a merger – a Great Merger – among nations.

      But before such a merger can be consummated, and the United States becomes just another province in a New World Order, there must at least be the semblance of parity among the senior partners in the deal. How does one make the nations of the world more nearly equal? The Insiders determined that a two-prong approach was needed; use American money and know-how to build up your competitors, while at the same time use every devious strategy you can devise to weaken and impoverish this country. The goal is not to bankrupt the United States. Rather, it is to reduce our productive might, and therefore our standard of living, to the meager subsistence level of the socialized nations of the world.
      The plan is not to bring the standard of living in less developed countries up to our level, but to bring ours down to meet theirs coming up… It is your standard of living which must be sacrificed on the altar of the New World Order.”
      UNQUOTE

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    • Pinkie says:

      Jimmyboy, I think you had to change registration to Independent or GOP by last fall to ask for the GOP primary ballot

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    • Gary Murphy says:

      But the dirty little not so secret anymore is the GOP doesn’t want either of our votes

      That “big tent” requires you to check your common sense at the door

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  3. Where was all the booing, that I was hearing on the audio of Trump’s rally, coming from. It sounded like he walked into the den of Bernie. Was he getting regularly booed at this event? I do know that a Bernie plant asked a question about “all the illegal immigrants that will do the work legal Americans won’t do” BS. Any clue if that was today’s rally. Don’t have time to watch.

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  4. Pinkie says:

    Interesting read on Trump and the Koch brothers. No love lost between them but the Koch brothers are holding off attacking Trump for two reasons. First, they fear Trump’s counterpunch which would be personal and draw the secretive Kochs out of the shadows. Second, if they attack it could backfire by bolstering Trump’s anti-establishment bona fides. I say bring it on!

    http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2016/02/koch-brothers-take-on-trump

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    • KitKat says:

      Aren’t they paying candidates mega dollars to be their attack dogs?

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    • TrumpFan says:

      That was a good article letting us peer into the thinking of the Crock Brothers; thanks for posting.

      At the same VF site another Trump headline caught my eye & it was a bit depressing:

      2/3/16: “Donald Trump Admits He Lost Iowa Because He Has No Idea How to Run a Campaign”:
      http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2016/02/donald-trump-explains-iowa-loss

      In it Trump said, “…ground game, a term I wasn’t even familiar with … but people told me our ground game was fine” and “I was never familiar with [the caucus system].” Hmm, shouldn’t his experienced campaign guy, Cory Lewandowski, have known about “ground games” & “caucuses”? Who was it telling Trump that his ground game was fine? Was it Lewandowski?

      Trump needs Roger Stone back on the team. Too bad they split up. :-/

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  5. PhillyGirl says:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/marco-rubio-is-running-scared/2016/02/03/787074bc-caca-11e5-a7b2-5a2f824b02c9_story.html

    Dana Milbank from WP has Rubio’s number. From the article (link above):
    “Voters’ questions, rather than spurring spontaneity, inspire more caution. Asked Wednesday what he’d do about the millions of illegal immigrants who otherwise haven’t broken any law, Rubio said, “We’ll figure something out.” ”

    Millbank comments that Rubio just gives a canned speech, the same speech, everywhere he goes. He also comments he’s afraid to mention Trump’s name. I think its time Trump sets his sights on the “boy in the bubble” and smokes him out!

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    • zzschnops says:

      Trump will take him out at the right time…. let Trump TRUMP

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      • Pete V says:

        I would prepare attack ads against Rubio because he is so easy to hit – he’s a traitor who was elected because he masqueraded as a Tea Party Conservative and then supported amnesty.

        The question is whether a Rubio surge could help Trump at the moment: If Rubio psuhes Cruz back into 3rd place in NH that will actually help Trump. It would damage Cruz’s momentum; Rubio is going to be his main rival anyway. Attacking Rubio right now could help Cruz, because Rubio still attracts Tea Party voters.

        I’d start the attack on Rubio either before SC or Nevada.

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        • LaVonne says:

          Remember there is a debate on Saturday on abc! Trump will do well and it looks like Rubio is the new target on all sides. Faux made a big deal out of Trump missing the debate so let’s make sure to watch the debate on ABC.

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    • Venus says:

      Dana Milbank, huh?

      Well, even a broken clock is right twice a day.

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    • jello333 says:

      Not yet, no attacks just yet. However it WOULD be cool if once a day or so, in one of his rallies, Donald would just stop mid-sentence and go, “Oh, meant to say, hi Marco!”. And then just go on with what he was already talking about. I imagine this would scare Rubio to death… like “Huh?”. 😉

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  6. TexasValues1776 says:

    OK, been lurking here forever, gotta join now and fight. Can’t sit back anymore and wait for stuff to happen and what better way to join the fight than to join the Treepers?! Can I get an AMEN?

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    • KBR says:

      Amen!
      But don’t just join us here and chat. We do more than chit chat. At least SOME of us do,

      BUT NOT ENOUGH!! Need to light a 🔥 under some computer chairs! 😏
      Yeah, I’m talking to YOU out there!
      (If you feel the heat, you are probably need to move your a*s, shake a leg, get Trumpin!)

      (Not you TexasValues1776😊- AMEN and welcome.)

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      • TexasValues1776 says:

        I KNEW I felt my bum getting warm! Oh, not just here to chat 😉 Also on Twitter @TexasValues1776 as of today. My sole objective is to help Trump win in any way I can. #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

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      • KBR says:

        In fact I would say that

        if your nearest neighbors don’t yet know you support Donald Trump,
        if every member of your extended family does not know you support Donald Trump
        if your co workers that you take breaks with or see after work don’t know
        if your church members don’t know you support Donald Trump
        if the clerk at the checkout can’t tell, the pharmacist can’t tell, the guy at the quikstop can’t tell
        if everybody driving near your automobile can’t tell

        YOU ARE NOT DOING EVEN THE SIMPLEST! LAZIEST! THINGS YOU COULD DO!

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    • countrychicken says:

      Amen

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    • Gail Combs says:

      Go to the Trump site.

      https://www.donaldjtrump.com/

      Then go to STATES (not the get involved which is one over to the right on the top)

      https://www.donaldjtrump.com/states/

      Pick your state and then hit the get involved button under your state map to get in touch.

      Trump needs WARM BODIES willing to make phone calls, do door knocks hand out lit, put up signs….

      You can donate $$$ but also try to donate time. Lets make this a REAL grassroots campaign!

      Of course getting ammo from here to set the record straight when the Trolls attack on the media sites and Twitter and Facebook is very very helpful.

      Unfortunately, because of my business, facebook and twitter present a real security problem so I have to do physical Stomp for Trump instead. As well as hitting the media sites that do not demand a facebook connection to comment. (I really hate being herded into giving up my privacy.)

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    • yy4u says:

      Welcome, Tex. I used to live in Houston and cried all the way to Baton Rouge when we left Texas. I’m a native Virginian but half my heart is in Texas. Curious to know what you think of Cruz. I have a friend who lives in Houston and soon after he was elected, decided she HATED him. (She’s having cognitive problems, so I can’t ask her if she’s changed her mind).

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Amen and welcome. I’m glad you stopped lurking and joined the conversation.

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  7. Gail Combs says:

    Don’t worry about Trump and his not going after the competition.

    From the Boston Globe, a really BIG left wing rag. It is THE paper for the NH/MA area.
    Donald Trump accuses Ted Cruz of fraud in Iowa caucus
    https://www.bostonglobe.com/news/politics/2016/02/03/donald-trump-accuses-ted-cruz-fraud-iowa-caucus/wzRJYopEmpIvdpznVde4kK/story.html

    QUOTE
    NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is accusing rival Ted Cruz of stealing the Iowa caucuses and is demanding a do-over.

    On his official Twitter account Wednesday, Trump said: ‘‘Based on the fraud committed by Senator Ted Cruz during the Iowa Caucus, either a new election should take place or Cruz results nullified.’’ He based his claim of fraud largely on developments that had been known for days and had not stopped him from congratulating Cruz on his victory Monday night. The Cruz campaign had no immediate response.
    UNQUOTE

    With luck there are a bunch of lawyers with lots of evidence in hand.

    This is a takeout move if it develops legs.

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    • Pete V says:

      “…that had been known for days and had not stopped him from congratulating Cruz on his victory Monday night”

      This is actually a hit piece on Trump. It’s also a lie, the story with Carson dropping out was hardly “known for days”.

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      • redlegleader68 says:

        Need to be very careful about what “we” knew and when. Let Trump handle this.

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        • TheTorch says:

          I think everyone may be taking their eye off the ball with this Cruz fraud stuff… The real issue may not be the Carson flap, which is very bad, and should appall any Cruz supporter who has a conscience. BUT the real fraud and issue may actually be the VOTER VIOLATION flyer’s, because that may be a felony in Iowa due to a law they have on the books… Keep your eye on that one, that could be the fraud that sinks Cruz.

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          • Jason says:

            The Carson flap could be against Iowas laws also… same with the Cruz operatives passing out pictures of Trump with the Clintons.

            I think the heart of it though it opening people’s eyes about Cruz and this facade he’s above it all when in fact he’s the first to dive headfirst into the mud.

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      • Gail Combs says:

        Pete, of course it is a hit piece. It is from the Boston Glob of the People’s Republic of Taxachussets where the Communists are up front and in your face.

        Anyone who has dealt with lawyers and the law knows you don’t go making an announcement like this (libel) without careful thought before hand.

        Actually it was downright FAST!

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    • KBR says:

      In the article on Rubio as above,

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/marco-rubio-is-running-scared/2016/02/03/787074bc-caca-11e5-a7b2-5a2f824b02c9_story.html

      Rubio said,

      “Donald hasn’t really outlined any position on policies.” ‼️🎯 ‼️

      😓Rubio👢the 🐔’s first WHOPPER against Donald Trump‼️ Somebody tweet that to Donald‼️

      Donald Trump might just be waiting for an attack to hit back, and a lie IS an attack.

      DT has more and better position papers than any other candidate, and they are available on his campaign website. Any real candidate should know that.

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      • Gail Combs says:

        Position Papers???
        Trump has THREE books!

        The America We Deserve (2000)

        Time to Get Tough (2011)

        Crippled America (November 3, 2015.) “This book is my blueprint for how to Make America Great Again.”

        Shove that at the trolls and tell them to go do their homework.

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        • flova says:

          He has position papers on veterans, tax plans, and education

          Rubio lies like the Left-or is that who is funding him?(La Raza’s boy)

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  8. THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

    Trump did a great job at the town hall meeting – BUT I wish he would do a better job explaining how everything he talks about (trade deficients, pharmaceutical companies, off-shore corporate money, better negotiating with China, Japan etc., and so on) – will affect the people in that audience… sometimes he gets wrapped up in billions and trillions and that means ZERO to the people in the audience…. they care about the price of milk and meat… how to pay their mortgages, etc… Trump does a great job (and he certainly has my vote) but I wish he would get down to the middle class level and let them know exactly how their lives will be better under his administration…. simply saying “you’re gonna get so tired of winning” just isn’t enough now…. now it’s time to roll up his sleeves and talk directly to the people…. it was great when he took questions, but he somehow managed to turn the answers back into his normal stump speech statements…. Trump has a built in connection with these people at his rallies – but now he needs to capitalize on that charisma and bond – and make them understands not billions and trillions but how his policies will specifically help their individual wallets… groceries, gas money, utility bills, mortgages, car payments, etc…. HOW DOES GETTING CORPORATE OFFSHORE MONEY BACK INTO THE COUNTRY HELP THE MIDDLE CLASS?…. in other words, SIMPLIFY, SIMPLIFY, SIMPLIFY…
    TRUMP 2016

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    • sunspots7 says:

      Sounds like you have a lot of “concerns”. Are trying to get us to be “concerned” too? Planting doubts??

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      • Kathy says:

        I’m not a frequent poster here- but have been around awhile. With that in mind, I’m going to say that one of the things that sets this place apart from others is that it is a discussion. Not all comments are concern trolls. I shake my head when I visit the Right Scoop because I mean those that post there have a very narrow mind and staunch mantra: “Ted Cruz is the only true conservative. He’s a constitutional conservative!!”. There is not open and honest dialog (for the most part). It is an eye opener to see there the inability to be honest.

        Even when trolls show up- we can handle them with the facts. I understand the Mad Russian’s comment because I have been waiting a long time to hear Trump specifically call out Cruz on TPA and H1b visas.

        When my neighbors want to ask me about Trump being for single payer healthcare- I tell them that if you look at the 60 minute interview, Trump did not say the government would pay for everybody, but that those who couldn’t afford it would be taken care of. He speaks about private insurance companies, competition, repeal and replace Obamacare. But the other campaigns hear “government paid” and run with it. He has responded to this- but I wish his response were more clear. We have always insured the poor- our policies have subsidized healthcare for the poor long before Obamacare. Unfortunately, Obamacare set the path for government picking the winners.

        If we each are out there telling our co-workers and neighbors about all that Trump offers- I think it is reasonable to wish sometimes the message were more clear. You and I trust him with his words- but those not on board yet may need a little clarity. Just my two cents.

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        • THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

          Hello Kathy…. My reply below reply was not directed at you…. thanks for understanding my point….

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          Great reply Kathy! Discussion, true give and take and exchange of information between interested people (v. name calling, etc.) is my second favorite thing about this site! The first favorite being Sundance’s articles and information. I often learn almost as much from the discussion/comments as I do from the articles.

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      • jackphatz says:

        No, sometimes people understand better when they have been shown. These are things I’d don’t completely understand myself and would love to hear it from him. He needs Q & A sessions with people.

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    • KBR says:

      Are these your own questions, Mad Russian, I mean can we help you understand?

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    • Buy is book, “Time to Get Tough: Making America #1 again,” there you will find all your answers.

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    • KBR says:

      Mad Russian, let me simplify for you:

      Donald Trump= 🇺🇸 ❤️👩‍👩‍👦‍👦😊

      No Donald Trump= NO 🇺🇸, just 🐍💥 ☠

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      • THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

        Thank you all for treating my post as if it were written by a moron…..
        but I don’t need help in understanding what Trump is saying…. I’m talking about watching all the people standing behind him looking at their cellphones, texting and showing the person next to them what they just took a photo of or getting excited because a friend took a photo off the tv set of them standing behind Trump, then text it to them and they get all excited about being seen on tv – meanwhile Trump has spoken for 10-minutes and not once have they looked up at him….. those are the types of people i want to see him connect with…. …. I’m so happy that all the repliers understand what Trump talks about…. but it’s not you i’m worried about…. i’m worried about those who might have come out to see a celebrity and are not paying attention…. as Michael Savage quotes an ancient philosopher – and I will now paraphrase: The average Roman doesn’t care about what’s happening in Rome… he cares about the pebble in his shoe…. so no, I’m not trying to “plant doubts” for Godsakes, I’m assuming Trump people read these comments after a speech and hope to get across to them a message about the pebble in the American shoe…. not the billions and trillions of dollars offshore that they might not be able to connect to their lives….. Connect it for them!

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        • smiley says:

          I “like” your comment, TMR.
          nothing wrong with it, at all, imo.
          and…I agree.

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        • Johnny D says:

          I like what Trump says, but that’s all it is. Just talk. He sounds great. Just what we need. But it’s all campaign talk. I don’t believe a word of it. He is intelligent and knows people. Esp the masses. CTH used to be the smartest group of true conservatives I knew. But now this page is all Trump thumpers. How can you guys start the day with the Lords Prayer and push for a candidate that truly believes in abortions in the 9th month? Christian? Nope. Trump is a progressive who witnessed what Obama did in 2007. Obama lied through his teeth and then attacked America and got away with it. Trump will commit more crimes against the Constitution than Obama when “elected”. Even the so called “war against Trump” is an illusion. Just another control measure like Gowdy never putting not one elite nor elite pawn in an orange suit after all these long years. Or how Fox convinces patriots to stay in their recliners because they are handling it. All just control measures and all the while the enemies of freedom coil tighter. My brothers and sisters on this page have fallen asleep in their desperation. Trump disciples act just like Obama supporters of ’07 in every way. That fact alone sends cold chills down the necks of the awakened. Sundance and all the rest please read up….http://annavonreitz.com/. Good day.

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          • Martin says:

            I think you’re lost, pal.

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          • Katherine McCoun says:

            no, we have a not fallen asleep. Trump does not believe in 3rd trimester abortion. Read his policy stance.
            I firmly believe Trump will DO what he says he will do. I believe his ego is way to big to be remembered for failing to build the wall. And he is toward the end of his career (due to age not waning ability) so this will be his cap stone. This is him making his historical mark.
            He will DO and ACT on his promises. I have no reason to believe Cruz or Rubio will control illegal immigration or the border for the simple fact that they have not done so yet and have actively worked to embrace illegal immigration.
            This isn’t a Sunday School teacher election. Cruz doesn’t even tithe! If he talks the talk why doesn’t he walk it out in his own life? OK with me if someone does not tithe in general but I expect charity to be a part of everyone’s life and if they are selling themselves as a dedicated Christian conservative then not tithing is a tell tale sign we are being sold a bill of goods – Cruz is a typical politician and Christianity is his sales gimmick.
            No reason to believe he or Rubio will follow through.
            I believe Trump will follow through.

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        • I think most here would understand your concerns more if Trump didn’t openly post his policies at his website or write books about the direction he wants to take America. I do understand your concern about getting his message across to those who only see him at the rallies for the celebrity status or those who have an attention deficit, but, for you, read Trumps policies on his website and/or read one of his books, this information will help you tell others Trump’s plans.

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    • boutis says:

      People are there to hear a “theme” and his intentions and general goals. Maybe you should read his positions on his web site which are very well done I think.

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      • THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

        AHHHGGGHHHH!!!!!!!! That’s not what I’m saying! OF COURSE I UNDERSTAND! Jesus! Do you think the average dolt standing behind him looking at all his cellphone photos he just took is going to take your advice and go on his website and look up his policy positions??? I just want him to reach out to the middle class a little bit more….. sorry i said anything….

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    • MfM says:

      He does, you just have missed it. He talks about the rising cost of Health Care with ObamaCare. How premiums are sky high and deductables are so high you almost have to die to use them. He talks about the 2nd amendment how people should be able to protect themselves if they want.

      He talks about bring jobs back to the USA. He could mention how people brought in on H1B visas are being trained by the people they are replacing. That would have been another good answer to the Bernie supporter who claims that illegals are doing jobs that US citizens wont do.

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    • Notmeagain says:

      Well, you can say I’m being suckered or losing faith, but in my opinion Mad Russian does have a point. Remember, Identity persuades best. If Trump can say “BECAUSE China is ripping us off, that means YOU lose jobs and get crummy products” it is something people can identify with. It becomes more personal. If I were a normal non-political person who just heard “China is ripping us off in trade,” I’d think yawn, I don’t trade with China, why should I care? As long as it’s someone else’s ox getting gored it isn’t their problem. I think this is why people say “but he hasn’t been specific.” He has, but they don’t see how it relates to them. They want to know that repealing Obamacare will make insurance affordable for THEM–that’s how Obama sold it, remember, “YOUR insurance payment will go down,” and when speaking he used specific numbers about everything to sell the need as well as the solution. Same with all the position papers. By making the problems and positions more personal, sooner or later everyone will be touched by one of those points and they will pay attention because they understand they are involved.

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    • louche9 says:

      I get what you’re saying, but I think Trump does hit how the “deals” affect Americans, at the car payment and milk level, with his “bringing back jobs” mantra. So many money worries revolve around the lack of decently paid jobs and job security. FWIW, I haven’t noticed any of the other candidates getting incredibly specific on their “how to’s” at this stage, with the exception of Bernie, who has already let us know that our taxes will rise.

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    • DaveNY says:

      I get the concern about some of the people at rallies being more fan boys and girls than they are ardent supporters of his policy positions. Trump has a lot of charisma and all in all I say it is a good “problem” to have.

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    • Michelle says:

      I know what you mean. He does say it sometimes, like today how he said “you guys understand because this is what happened to you here” about companies leaving the US, and how bringing jobs and wealth back to the US is how we save social security etc. But even though many people can extrapolate on what he says and understand what he means and what he will do, it’s easy to worry that other people won’t get it, which would be a huge shame.

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  9. Bull Durham says:

    When Donald talks about what and how we will fight ISIS, he knows how the Russians and Putin are doing it.

    This video is Russian. It firmly expresses the proper response, the correct legal approach, the definitive military use of power, and the patriotic rallying that Trump evokes.

    We can be working with Russia against Terrorism. We should be.

    Look, read the subtitles in English, and experience what the US should have as a leader (and will when we vote in Trump).

    We could be doing this and should have long ago. This is the US we want.

    The Russian history never leaves their consciousness. WWII is yesterday, not 70 years ago.

    They know precisely how to treat existential threats (fascism, Nazism,terrorism, ISIS, Turkey’s madman Erdogan).

    It’s long, 9 minutes, but you will understand why General Flynn and Putin talked recently, why Flynn coaches Trump, why Trump understands strength, and why the US has had stupid and dangerously weak leadership.

    These were our allies in WWII. Russians are very much like heartland Americans. They love God, family and country. They are unafraid of any threat. Don’t Tread On Me could easily be a Russian motto.

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    • yy4u says:

      I find myself wondering if perhaps Putin is in desperate need of an ally to help him stem the tide of the Third World invasion of the civilized and prosperous first world and sees Trump as that ally. Russia has as much to lose to the Islamic plague as Russia. Bad as the Cold War was, at least both sides were rational. Iran is not rational. Islam is not rational.

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  10. dizzymissl says:

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  11. blaze says:

    an EASY way for Trump to win this right now would be to negotiate and SAVE the last remaining 4 people at the refuge in Burns. That land in question that the rancher are fighting for are connected to the Clinton deals and Uranuim One…all this ties in why Lavoy Finicum was murdered. We now have alternative media being arrested for covering the back story..is this why journalist are afraid of Oregon? Anyway Trump has been notified but it seems no one want s to help the dire situation there. The federal psyops are in fll swing tp keep this buried..DONT believe what msm is reporting..propaganda .

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  12. Vivid Blue says:

    Cruz Campaign voice mails to precinct captains about Carson dropping out.
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/02/04/ted-cruz-voicemails-ben-carson-exclusive-audio/

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    • NJF says:

      Is this Milo’s big news? Off to read.

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      • Pete V says:

        Apparently not?

        Is it possible that Breitbart, funded by Cruz donors, tries to hide the real bad stuff until NH is over?

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        • NJF says:

          Uh, yea. Most other sites would be looking to get it out BEFORE if not the debate then most certainly the primary.

          Given the mercer connection I can’t see how they’ll even publish. It took BB nearly THREE DAYS to go with the voter violation story, and only and went with it after it hit the NYT. Of course along with the story was corruptTED Ted’s “everyone does it excuse.”

          SMH so what was Ben’s news conference? Seemed like it was a none event. As over said previously Carson was the perfect target bc he doesn’t fight back.

          If he was elected every world leader would chew him up & spit him out.

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          • Pete V says:

            If they don’t publish it, Allum should try to leak it to Trump or to any news site/paper that is anti-Cruz or anti-GOP.

            And you are right, the problem with Carson is that he is too passive and to nice. That’s why the people who say that Trump should be silent about the fraud and let Carson do the job are wrong. However, Carson and Trump should meet to prepare a coordinated attack on Cruz for the debate.

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      • Vivid Blue says:

        Apparently “that bombshell” by Breitbart’s Allum Bokhari, will come out in a few days. Milo had tweeted about Bokhari’s story earlier this week. Here is Bokhari’s tweet today saying it will be out in a few days.

        Rumors on other sites are saying it is being timed to the NH primary weekend to have greater affect. Although in the past, Breitbart tended to be more of a Cruz cheerleader, they seem to be moving away from that, including today’s article with the voice mails.

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        • Pete V says:

          It’s possible that they were told by their owners to bash Cruz because those guys have decided to back Rubio, and Cruz is merely in the race as a vote splitter anyway. Rush is already telling people that Rubio is a great conservative. They will drop Cruz once they believe that Rubio will win.

          However, a big story has to be published several days prior to an election to have an effect, because it takes some time until the media start to discuss it and a large number of people have learned about it. That’s why I suspect that it’s delayed to reduce the impact.

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      • Gail Combs says:

        Comment too and point out the mailer fraud. The two together days apart say SLEAZE in flaming orange letters.

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  13. dizzymissl says:

    Voicemails from Cruz Campaign: ‘Carson Suspending Campaign’ http://bit.ly/1nJUz8c via @BreitbartNews

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  14. Honest Abbey says:

    I need help understanding this …….

    Ben Stein just now on CNN said Trump is a Liberal to the core, he is a fake conservative, he VOTED FOR Planned Parenthood in 2008.

    Voted where????

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  15. Katherine McCoun says:

    Volunteering at Trump campaign office in my state…great feeling to be involved and making an impact!
    Contact office in your state office to help them make phone calls. They have an app with a really easy script to go by and everyone I called from the list was nice even if they are planning to vote for someone else. (One person answered bush and I really wanted to scream but no matter who they say they are going to vote for I stay polite and friendly)
    Also the calls can be done from home!

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  16. zadatn says:

    Fox News is going to host another debate on March 3 from Detroit. The 2-hour debate will air live at 9 p.m. ET. Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace will return as moderators.

    Is Fox News acting as Proxy for the RNC?

    http://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/gop-adds-another-debate-fox-news-to-host/283952

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  17. yy4u says:

    “Is Fox News acting as Proxy for the RNC?”

    YES, and Bill Sammons’s daughter is Rubio’s press secretary so you can bet Rubio will have the questions before hand.

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    • louche9 says:

      Even leaving Trump out, why don’t any of the other candidates raise hell about that? Why are Fox and Rubio getting a pass on such an obvious conflict of interest?

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  18. nasty nasty nasty

    Liked by 2 people

    • viddysweet says:

      They’re scary folks. I hope this Cruz surge gets nipped in the bud before these people start calling for insurrection.

      Liked by 1 person

      • jackphatz says:

        This is why so many people think all of the Republican Party is “religious. If I didn’t already know what I did about Cruz, I would be totally turned off by the this type of talk anyway. The “my GOD is better then your GOD” will never win elections. No one cares Trumps has never felt a need to “ask GOD for forgiveness”. To say only a “GODLY” man can lead is unfortunate. No wonder the Party apparatus never corrects this.

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    • Vivid Blue says:

      Wow! That is really low to call Carson the devil. These people are sick.

      Liked by 3 people

    • DaveNY says:

      Is it a coincidence her shirt is a few letters removed from Trump?

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  19. Kaiser Roll says:

    Defeat Rubio, the pool boy of used car dealer Norman Braman
    Defeat Cruz, the stooge of Glenn “Maybach” Beck

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  20. Johnny D says:

    I like what Trump says, but that’s all it is. Just talk. He sounds great. Just what we need. But it’s all campaign talk. I don’t believe a word of it. He is intelligent and knows people. Esp the masses. CTH used to be the smartest group of true conservatives I knew. But now this page is all Trump thumpers. How can you guys start the day with the Lords Prayer and push for a candidate that truly believes in abortions in the 9th month? Christian? Nope. Trump is a progressive who witnessed what Obama did in 2007. Obama lied through his teeth and then attacked America and got away with it. Trump will commit more crimes against the Constitution than Obama when “elected”. Even the so called “war against Trump” is an illusion. Just another control measure like Gowdy never putting not one elite nor elite pawn in an orange suit after all these long years. Or how Fox convinces patriots to stay in their recliners because they are handling it. All just control measures and all the while the enemies of freedom coil tighter. My brothers and sisters on this page have fallen asleep in their desperation. Trump disciples act just like Obama supporters of ’07 in every way. That fact alone sends cold chills down the necks of the awakened. Please read up…your STILL picking a candidate from a pre-chosen field and all the while your parade in the illusion of choice. http://annavonreitz.com/. Good day.

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  21. snaggletooths says:

    CARS LINED UP OUT OF TOWN as Hordes Attend Trump NH Rally; Fox, WaPo Journos Barred by Fire Marshal.
    Donald Trump is drawing a huge crowd for his campaign rally in Exeter, New Hampshire at noon Thursday.

    The rally is being held at the historic Exeter Town Hall.

    CBS News reporter Jacqueline Alemany posted a photo to Twitter showing a long line of parked cars of rally attendees on a street that extended out of town.
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/02/cars-lined-up-out-of-town-as-hordes-attend-trump-rally-in-exeter-nh-fox-news-barred-by-fire-marshal/

    This was awesome to see

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  22. MfM says:

    Well we know one of his other stops: Manchester Police Department.

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  23. sam says:

    I never see Trump talk that illegal immigration effect wages and minimum wage also. I see Sarah Palin and Ann Coulter talk about it.

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  24. New Vulgarian says:

    Trump’s discussion of corporate inversion was magnificent. He is a great teacher! In the 2nd video above, it starts at about 3:45. In the first video, there was a problem with the upload or something during this part of his talk, so I think the quality of the 2nd link is better. I’ve always hoped Trump could connect with the young people and teach them about economic principles, and he is doing so beautifully here.

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  25. 2x4x8 says:

    how does Trump do a Town Hall and a Rally in the same day? i get tired reading all these articles and comments 🙂

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  26. Could someone tell us about Al the veteran, that Trump was talking to?

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  27. unkyjack says:

    This 2016 election will decide your heirs’ FUTURE. You will either have a FUTURE or just the STATUS QUO. Your choice, Iowa chose the status quo.

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