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:

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

  1. smiley says:

    You are the FRONTRUNNER, Donald Trump !
    Keep your stride.
    TRUMP 2016!

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    • WenMaMa says:

      I am a Reagan TRUMP type of TRUE conservative. Rush, Levin, Beck, National review and Cruz are conservatives-in-name only. I am religious in heart just like TRUMP. I want to Make America Great Again!!!

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      • I’ve been a daily Rush listener for over twenty years now, but he finally just lost me today. This “Cruz is Reagan” crap is absolutely nauseating. I’m, out, El Rushbo. It’s clear your pals at the Country Club have gotten to you.

        Has anybody else noticed that Ted Cruz is utterly, completely devoid of charm? That the man is incapable of humor that isn’t scripted for him, and when it is, sounds like it’s being delivered by someone from a different culture?

        Does it matter to the largely male CruzControlled that vast swaths of women (you know, 50% of the population) find the man extremely creepy, and off-putting?

        What about the long-stated goal of the Republican party that we need a “Big Tent”? So we’re going to throw in 100% with a carnival barker wailing about resurrecting the body of Christ like he’s working a revival tent? Who we pulling in with that, exactly? So you’re going to shout down anyone in this country who doesn’t subscribe to the National Review litmus tested “Conservative Cause”, and yet still have huge crossover appeal to folks who still (mostly) self-identify as democrats?

        There’s a madness loose in this land.

        I for one am backing Trump and turning off the radio and Fox and all of the other sources of disinformation.

        I’ve seen enough of this country, and of Trump, to make my mind up

        Trump 2016. America Forever!

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        • KitKat says:

          “Cruz is Reagan” is an insult to the name of Reagan.

          Rush is Hillary.

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        • KitKat says:

          He’s framing the debate all wrong. It’s not about conservative purity, it’s about executive competence.The job is not to head up the “conservative” branch, it’s to head up the “executive” branch. Trump is a proven executive and sneaky Ted has no executive experience whatsoever and would be a disaster.

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          • KitKat says:

            a disaster unmitigaTED

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          • chiefillinicake says:

            Based upon conversations I’ve had with many women I know, family, friends, in-laws, co-workers, neighbors, I’m consistently hearing an “eewwwww” factor from these ladies regarding Cruz.

            I’ve even noticed that in the rare photos of him with his wife, she seems to prefer giving old Felito the “air kiss”, like he has The Cooties.

            I never saw what gals seemed to be drawn to with B.J. Clinton, either, but it seems like you’ve either “got it”, or ya don’t”.

            Ted hasn’t.

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          • “The job is not to head up the “conservative” branch, it’s to head up the “executive” branch.”

            Excellent point! And only Trump fits that bill!

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        • John Galt says:

          “Does it matter to the largely male CruzControlled that vast swaths of women (you know, 50% of the population) find the man extremely creepy, and off-putting?”

          Hillary has a similar problem: aging lesbian demographic is her base.

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          • Beenthere says:

            Definitely middle age women. I have a feeling that many of these women thought they hit the corporate glass ceiling during the 70s through 90s & they are vicariously living through Hillary right now in hopes that she breaks the ultimate glass ceiling— the presidency.

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    • longiron2 says:

      Yes he is BUT he needs to start spending some of the $ 40 Million Under Budget Money. He needs people on the ground knocking on doors and supporters working the phones. This has to happen in NH and SC. He should be doing this in SC NOW and running ads. Most important is he MUST recognize who the enemy is The RINOGOPe and RUBIO & BUSHIE. CRUZ is a competitor but not the enemy. He has a lot to go after RUBIO with and he should start going HEAVY on him. The CRUZ thing will take care of itself. TRUMP I am sure knows all of this and probably way ahead of the game on this but just wanted to vent a little.

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      • not2worryluv says:

        I’m a Trump supporter but Donald needs to know his support is at the tipping point. He needs to stop the name calling and get down to business. We need to see the business side of Donald J. Trump – timing is everything and he should know that.

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        • singtune says:

          Donald Trump Is Speaking to ALL of the People~! They do not ALL want & the need the details~! We Need to Let TRUMP be TRUMP. If you need more Details they are online & in his Book for you to see & Digest~! That is what I have done, but many people want to KNOW the General Information & that is All they need to hear at his RALLY’S & at the DEBATES>!

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        • sandraopines says:

          Trump’s methods are working and he has proven over and over that he is 20 steps ahead. He also turns lemons into lemon aid. He also has vision far beyond anything I can dream up. Lets just cheer the wins, watch and learn. There is no precedent for Trump campaign……… all fresh and new. Amazing learning opportunity!

          We need to let Trump Be Trump.

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        • Here are some Trump policies….Trumps Policy – Tax reform a 4 part flat tax system that also hits Hedge and Trust fund owners.

          -A 14% one time net tax on assets held by Hedge and Trust fund owners.

          -Energy independence ending with the US basically getting off fossil fuels by the end of two Trump terms. A special one year low tax on US corporate profits held overseas to ind corporate inversion. Max US corporate tax set at 15%.

          -Workfare instead of welfare. Social program reform where 700 Federal programs are shrunk into five or six. This will include a very large working tax credit in the range of $4 to 5 an hour for all US citizens and legal residents. This to replace minimum wage over time. The credit adjusts to inflation and GDP annually.

          -Immigration law enforced. E Verify enforced. Most illegal immigrants will leave on their own accord as jobs for them end, and social services for them cut off.

          -Proper application of the 14th amendment. No more anchor babies. Trump is correct about this, current policy is illegal.

          -Blocking foreign Muslim immigration, temporarily, and barring re-entry of US citizens who travel overseas to fight with ISIS. Ordering high tech companies to build in algorithms into programming to bar use of internet to muslim terrorist organizations, and the devices that use it. (Cell phones, X boxes, etc). Trump will re-impose sanctions against Iran for violating the new nuclear deal just signed. (Missile launches). Trump realizes generally the middle east is lost to US interests. It is an Iranian and Russian influenced region now. These two forces will largely destroy ISIS hammering the Kurds in the process. Trump also stated it is likely Turkey will be forced out of NATO due to its slow radicalization. Trump also stated Saudi Arabia is not our ally, and it is going to be squeezed by the new alliance to Putin’s and Iran’s need to increase oil price. Trump is a realist, he correctly predicted 911 19 months before, and stated Bin Laden was planning it. Trump opposed the battle of Iraq, stating it would disrupt the region. Trump predicted the 2008 housing collapse for the correct reason: Sub prime. Compare these statements, and more, to those so called “reasonable” politicians.

          -Trump wants to build up the US Military. He points out the aircraft carrier is basically obsolete, and will be finished in a major war with China, or Iran in a matter of hours after conflict begins. He correctly points out the state of US military preparedness is at its lowest point since WWII. He even swipes at AirForceOne, as old and worn out.

          -Trump wants to focus on US infrastructure. New highways, upgrade the national electrical grid, correctly pointing out power loss across the existing one is equal to five times the current output of all America’s wind and solar. He wants subsides to Wind and Solar to end and be shifted to the grid, and conversion kits so most US cars 5 years and less old can use LNG.

          -Trump is quite libertarian when it comes to drugs. He doesn’t drink. However he doesn’t particularly oppose medical marijuana, or recreational use. Hard drugs are another matter. This is his real reason for “The Wall”, that Trump claims as a building contractor, will cost $9 billion, be an average of 32 feet, about 10 meters high, have a second barrier in front, and a better legal immigration system to allow sanity to return to this issue.

          -Trump wants to fold Student Loans into the working tax credit. You study full time, your credit is $4 or 5 an hour based on a 40 hour week. He will also pick and choose what courses of instruction will qualify. For example Women’s Studies will likely be decertified for this program.

          -Trump plans to sell off enough Federal assets to retire the public debt. This includes over a million square miles of land, the Interstate System, Airports, the Post Office, and buildings. Transferring $21 Trillion in Federal debt to US individuals whose current net worth is just over $86 Trillion. This combined with social program reform will end the Federal deficit and severely crimp ability of Washington in the future to meddle in the economy. This will free up about $400 billion annual in surplus to build infrastructure and the US military.

          -Want to really know why the Media is so fearful of Trump? He plans to order the Federal Administration to de bundle cable, and reopen the broadcast licenses for ABC, CBS, and NBC for open bidding, correctly in my view, claiming this was done before the scope and impact of these licenses have on fair market value.

          Trump is a populist. Unlike Reagan however, given political winds today, he will come with a GOP House and Senate. This and removal of the Filibuster will ensure a revolution on a scale Reagan could only dream about. Trump will not get all he wants, but a lot of it. For the first time since 1921 Conservative principles will be applied. (Yes it has been that long). Trump has been offering policy advice for decades. It is easy to find. I suggest instead of relying on the Media -that is sewing fear in self interest, you do your own checking.

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        • At the Exeter Town Hall Meeting today, Trump showed a lot of his business side, which is a side he’s very much comfortable talking about, and boy did he shine.

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        • andymilken says:

          “He needs to stop the name calling and get down to business”. So calling out liars and cheaters are not “appropriate”? And yes, maybe you’re right, he should “get down to business” like the one in Iowa via the liar and cheater’s tactics courtesy of the junior senator from texas.

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        • jackphatz says:

          I agree. He’s at that spot where he could start losing support and not gain enough back. Instead of fighting Carson’s fight, he should just tell everyone that Cruz type of lying and cheating are not synonyms with winners, only losers. That will not happen in his campaign.

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      • steve says:

        Trump needs 8 states with over 50%. He needs the Carson voters when Carson drops out. This is why he is defending Carson against Cruz’s behaviour. He must seal this deal before he goes after Rubio. Rubio is also being attacked by Christie and Jeb. Perhaps Rubio will not be his adversary. He must win one battle at a time.

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      • During the Town Hall Meeting in Exeter today Trump did acknowledge that he needs to spend more money and his explanation for not doing so was that he was concerned people would get sick of him after seeing him all over the news stations and then on TV ads. After saying that he said he felt guilty that he didn’t spend more money.

        As far as the ground support, I agree with you but this might be a little insight to what Trump is thinking about with that:

        First of all, Trump is a businessman and not a politician so he’s not used to the mindset of having to do door-to-door sales, like a politician. It almost seems that Trump sees this political strategy as an invasion of someone’s space, maybe even thinking that perhaps it would bug people. If this is the case, hopefully, someone can explain to him how this type of door-to-door marketing works in politics. Trump is anything but a cheapo but at the same time, he’s so used to watching financial numbers, which is good for our country once he is elected president, but it can also hinder his ability to win over more voters.

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        • I would like to clarify what I meant at the last sentence. I was trying to convey that because Trump is fiscally conservative he would never dream on spending the kind of money the rest of the candidates have, but he will still spend it if he feels it wouldn’t go to waste, after all it’s his own money and I’m grateful he’s doing what he’s doing.

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        • Zennalou says:

          I am one of those people you described about the door to door sales, invasion of privacy, and politicians bugging people.

          Our last state election, I got so sick of the bushel basket of mail I got,and the phone calls. The door knockers, I only listened to one person, the others I just took their card, and it went straight to the trash can.
          Ground game has both pros and cons IMO.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        I sent a note to his campaign and others probably should as well. Rally attendees and us online political junkies are only part of his audience. There’s a lot of people who don’t pay that much attention so he needs some “interruptive” advertising. In fact, I’d recommend some National buys over multiple local markets, except where Primaries are coming up and there he needs to do some concentrated state advertising.

        He needs to be running POSITIVE ads on radio and television. Those would help counter the lies being told by other campaigns – and if people were unsure, it would at least cause them to explore further. There also needs to be a better ground game. Signs need to be delivered to the states so they can be put out.

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  2. Most important is that we all must stand the ground together.
    If a few fail no big deal but we need the line to stand.
    When we know we have others with us, support them and ask for their support.
    blogs now are the best way, do not be the last resort , be the guide out of the darkness to light

    I propose an alliance with http://www.wattsupwiththat.com/
    Thanks,

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    • grainofsalt says:

      Very true fobdangerclose. We need to stand firm together. If there are concerns about his campaign it needs to be addressed directly to his campaign team who can do something about it. Telling each other until we are blue in the face will not do anything. Personally, it demoralizes me, but it will not deter me from supporting Trump. He is the only one who can help this country back to where it should belong.

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  3. Check this out:
    TCU, veteran on the GI bill.
    Writes a paper that the communications class Prof. gives the guy an F grade.
    The vet says that he told the Prof. his paper was proper and sourced proper.
    The Prof. then filed a police report on the vet. Had a back ground check run on him by the FBI.
    It came up clean as well as his mil. records.
    The Prof. cut him from the class, which caused the vet to be under the 12 hours required to get his VA funding. He has been billed to repay the money the VA fronted for him.
    The local media in Ft. Worth and Dallas may not cover this.

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  4. parteagirl says:

    Cruz has been able to cast himself as an outsider for too long.
    I hope Trump rebrands him as the INSIDER he is.

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    • smiley says:

      Sidewinder

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    • joebal says:

      He has a lot of help labeling himself as Mr Outsider from the gopers in the media that refuse to point out his record. The ONLY intrusive government expansion Cruz has ever been against have been passed w/out his vote so he has some ground cover for his claims, the average pundits will unfortunately bite on this stink bait that he peddles.

      Now that Rand is out the ONLY non GOPER party AND non career politicians running are DJ Trump and Dr Carson.

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      • I consider Rand Paul a career politician, except for his anti-warmongering, I don’t see much difference between him and the others. He’s a sitting senator who at one time said give me your votes all I want to do is take care of representing the people of his state, then midstream jumps into a presidential election he had no chance in winning, leaving his post and the very people he promised to represent in the meantime.

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        • Zennalou says:

          Moni, some may not know this, but he not only left us, he thought we were stupid. During the Planned Parenthood video, I got 2 emails per day from him, asking for $20.16 to help him fight PP in Congress. You heard that right, he didn’t ask for donation for his run for President, but to fight PP. I suppose he forgot he was already being paid to do just that.

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    • longiron2 says:

      Needs to get off CRUZ and take the REAL enemy on the RINOGOPe and RUBIO.

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      • singtune says:

        Rubio will get taken out First~~~ by the Other Candidate’s that want to take his Place in NH~! Trump can finish him off later~! {CHRISTIE & BUSH will be 1st to attack}

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        • longiron2 says:

          RUBIO is not going anywhere for a while. The RINOGOPe is switching the money form BUSHIE to RUBIO. They will FIX the NV Caucus just like they did in IA and gets him new light. If TRUMP loses NH or SC he has problems with FL next up. RUBIO needs to be taken on by TRUMP. Only way we win is TRUMP or Crazy Bernie! Other than that the UNIPARTY WINS with Hillary or anyone else. HAVE to recognize the enemy and that is the RINOGOPe and RUBIO.

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      • Ivehadit says:

        Once again, Trump is playing for the gold. He will severely injure Cruz now while he can before South Carolina. The other establishment candidates will work on Rubio for NH.
        And as a reminder,Trump won Iowa! 🙂

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  5. labrat says:

    He said he had 6 NH stops on NH radio this morning.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      I would like for someone in the Media to ask how Rubio his position on illegal Cubans coming in via Central America then to the Mexican/US border. Should they be treated the same under the “dry-foot” policy? Are these folks be denied automatic green cards then citizenship? Are they entitled to all the benefits given to them from the US Taxpayers pocket?

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      • longiron2 says:

        WILL NOT happen! RUBIO is the Republican Conservative Establishmeny Insiders BOY. The Fake conservative Big Media FOX or their pundits will not ask him anything. The Fake conservative talk show hosts, RUSH, HANNITY, LEVIN and others nothing. TRUMP will have to take RUBIO to the people and he better do it fast. When TRUMP becomes POTUS most of the time he will have to take his case to the people because he sure is not going to get any help from RYAN or McConnell or any other RINOGOPe person in the HOUSE or SENATE and that included about 98 % of our Republican elected officials.

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  7. shirley49 says:

    These guys need to start going after Rubio. All of Bush’s doners have gone to him. The media is praising him left and right. If they do not get him knocked down it will be President Rubio. A lot of people are getting discouraged over the fighting between Cruz and Trump. Get Rubio. They can fight when they are the only ones running.

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  8. patrick says:

    Time to make the economic case against Open Borders. Open Borders do more than just bring crime in, they take away jobs and lower salaries. Trump needs to hammer this point.

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    • TheFenian says:

      He has a beautifully worded, easy to understand, comprehensive anti-immigration case laid out on his website. Including an attack on Rubio.

      It is well past time to knock off the poll numbers, Apperntice, ride down the elevator to announce parts of his speeches.

      He needs to talk about issues, issues, issues. It’s crunch time. He did not win Iowa. The Cruz dirty tricks don’t matter – he should have had a ground game and won with 40%.

      I am not a concern troll. I’m in with Trump 100% from day one. He is the only hope.
      Nor am I a lemming. I am not a mindless Cruzbot or Paulbot type. I have a mind and use it – as do all of us here.

      Yes I am being critical of him. Everyone in America knows he’s running, knows he’s rich and knows he has tremendous support. Now is the time to move past saying he’s going to buid a wall and to start talking about his entire emigration plan, as well as his entire tax plan.

      Boot camp has been a lot of fun, but now the war has begun for votes. We list the first round. It’s time to drop all the unimportant stuff from the speeches.

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      • KitKat says:

        Fenian, I’m in the same kind of mood that you are and a hundred per cent agree.

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      • KitKat says:

        Fenian I turned it off as soon as he started talking about trade and didn’t mention the TPP.

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      • Jason says:

        good points, seemed like he did well to stay on point. Afterall, the message is why (most) everyone is there and supporting him to begin with. Time to hammer them home!

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      • parteagirl says:

        Trump had me at WALL. The wall is a powerful mental image which is a very persuasive tool. It sticks in people’s minds. I don’t want him to stop talking about the wall, but maybe flesh out more of his policy in addition to continuing to talk about it. Don’t stop what’s working, in other words.

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      • singtune says:

        I listened to a Couple of experts that ARE in TRUMP’S corner this week. They Were saying, at first they thought he was wrong regarding his Ground game, but after IOWA, they think he was right on the mark with what he did . They said he DID really WIN Iowa. & it WAS “Cruz”~~ that brought his numbers down. The Rubio Microsoft thing, would not have brought Trump down~~but would have impacted Cruz, with Carson getting the votes.

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        • AghastInFL says:

          Exactly, I’m just incensed at the constant repetition of a blatant media LIE! Trump earned well over 45,000 votes, now compare that to the “brilliant ground game” of the last election cycles winner Rick Santorum (29,800).
          Trump won more votes than ANY previous (R) candidate in IA history, Ted Cruz we have learned merely managed to cheat his way to a better total in the end.

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      • But let’s clarify and define what “ground game” means here. Per the Iowa Caucus of Feb 1st, it means having “hall monitors” and anti-cheating mechanisms in place, including but not limited to: highly competent staff workers in each of the precincts with additional watchdogs.

        Ground game really means: anti-dirty tricks, anti-cheating, and anti-fraud and crime units.

        With Trump’s money he could’ve had a couple of competent staffers at each location.

        But still, look at the microsoft Rubio vote fraud? Would a great anti-fraud aka strong ground game have prevented that? It would’ve helped but even with all Cruz had it still did not prevent the vote crimes of Rubio.

        Until we address the vote fraud at the high level, it wouldn’t matter if that Caucus was packed for Trump or not: case in point: it already was packed for Trump, entrance polls show that his people DID come out, all Trump’s people DID come out in the droves, even more than was imagined, the most Caucus goers in HISTORY.

        And yet, Rubio Ridge still happened!

        The tape worm is still inside and until the head is cut off will remain so.

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    • flawesttexas says:

      The best way to counter Rubio:

      Marco Rubio doesn’t want to hire Americans

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  9. georgiafl says:

    Two American Challengers – Donald Trump and Challenger, the American Bald Eagle.

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    • MfM says:

      There have been outtakes of him with the eagle that weren’t too complimentary. He has more guts then me. I’d never be able to do something like that, that eagle could really hurt you.

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      • I read that Challenger was found blown out of his nest as a wee chick, and the people that rescued him raised him. He can’t be returned to the wild because he has imprinted on them and it would be cruel. He probably would not survive.
        He’s the only bald eagle that is a free-flyer and they use him at stadiums full of people. He always returns to his “people” whom he loves.
        I have 2 wee parrots and they love me, but still nip a little when hungry. Chickens make great pets as well, but get hens. Roosters can be mean as the devil!

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  10. The Cruz / Rubio coin comes up the same any way you flip it.

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  11. USMass poll very nice! Trump boarding helicopter to NH now.

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  12. KBR says:

    Those that pray, please read Psalm 5 as a prayer.

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  13. tz says:

    Has anyone seen Trump’s new 2nd amendment video?
    Wow. Simple.

    Compare with the Story/palladium (yes he said palladium) video near the bottom on Cruz:
    https://www.tedcruz.org/issues/second-amendment-rights/
    And he created a coalition.

    There’s more, but who do I trust? Trump said no more gun free zones. A state can’t abridge the first amendment, why can it abridge the second. Here in Wyoming we have Constitutional Carry. Why shouldn’t I be able to defend myself in any state or territory of the United States, and any public location? Idaho has a civil rights law – you can no more deny service because of carrying a gun than you can because someone is a minority – religion is a 1st amendment right. I’m not sure it Trump is suggesting quite that, but if he does – I’ll have to get creative in figuring out how to support him even more. He’d sweep the west and south.

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  14. Josie says:

    You may wish to clarify the start time. I believe it’s Noon EST and 11:00 CST. The first link has the wrong start time. The second link is correct.

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  15. georgiafl says:

    The really big solemn guys in suits and ties have come out, so it’s getting close to Trump Tsu Time!

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  16. itswoot says:

    With Trump in mind.

    “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
    -Winston Churchill

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  17. DaveNY says:

    “bubble boy” and foam parties….

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  18. shutterbug says:

    very concerned about what I saw on Lame Cherry this morning.

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  19. runthetable says:

    Strong opening!

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  20. I am impressed, today his seems refreshed and brings it up a level. Getting down to brass tacks. All I can say is; WOW.

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  21. booger71 says:

    Live stream is really terrible today

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  22. dizzymissl says:

    Does anyone know anything about this website? Is it a scam?

    http://www.trumpcommunications.com

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  23. snaggletooths says:

    trump nailed that bernie supporter was great! he sure explained who is the backbone of America and it is NOT the illegals.

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  24. georgiafl says:

    Man – He is on fire and in Trump Tsu Mode today!

    Taking no prisoners!!!

    LOVE it!!!

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  25. runthetable says:

    “That’s OK, we don’t need any help with them”. He called security off the Bernie supporters.

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  26. UncleRico says:

    Trump needs to focus on:

    He’s the ONLY one who will build wall & close border.
    He will defeat ISIS.
    He will bring jobs back.
    He will balance a budget.
    He will choose conservative judges for Supreme Court.

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  27. georgiafl says:

    That was Trump at his best and his BEST speech ever….

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  28. snaggletooths says:

    To me this was Trumps best event to date, he does so well with the question and answers he also got in deeper with his positions.

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  29. DaveNY says:

    Hard to keep up with him because he covers so much ground so rapidly but here is Trump speech in sequence:
    China, trade, Japan, trade, politicians, special interests, drug companies,self funding, government waste,budget/debt, politicians+donors/lobbyists,corporate inversion, no leadership, all talk no action,old air force one polluting, hotel on Penn Ave example (2 years ahead of sched under budget),trade, military,vets treatment vs immigrants, borders & THE WALL (big cheers), (does not mention rush) drugs from mexico,trade losses, winning the hispanic vote, JOBS,

    takes questions: BURIES pro immigrant plant, save SS & medicare (reform them and VA), make country rich again, SLAMS political correctness, ?cruz? anchor baby, run country as business with heart, Trump tax plan, campaign under budget,negotiating cred,sanctuary cities are over, common core is gone, 2nd amendment, illegal immigrant & muslim violence RADICAL ISLAMIC TERRORISM, Sherriff Joe, bergdahl, I LOVE YOU, GO VOTE, MAKE AMERICA GREAT

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    • georgiafl says:

      Thanks sooo much Dave NY – wish you could do this for us for all Trump’s speeches.

      He did cover a lot of ground!

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    • Jason says:

      awesome, thank you.

      Loved his response to the ‘… they are the backbone of our country’ or whatever it was she said. Hope it gets a LOT of airplay, was perfect

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    • PremAmerica says:

      Brilliant summary of a brilliant event!!!!

      If Trump keeps this tone and this message he will be unbeatable in NH, SC, FL……. And onward!!!!!

      With the largest audiences listening (in the debates) he has not found way to talk about his buildings, his negotiations etc. I hope he finds a way to do that!!

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    • DaveNY says:

      I decided to undertake this exercise for myself because he covers so much ground so fast it makes my head spin!
      I was also prompted by all the “concern” trolling and back seat “advisers” about he needs to do this, he needs to do that, get on the issues, get off the attacks, iowa etc etc

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      • A lot of us are watching most every speech. We can almost recite verbatim. My guess is a lot of the audience have never listened to him for an hour. I trust his instincts and strategy.

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      • jonvil says:

        It’s a form of “I like Trump but…” which I find really irritating.
        To very loosely paraphrase an other commentator: When I become a billionaire and flying around in my own customized jumbo jet, MAYBE I’ll think about giving Trump advise.

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    • NannyG says:

      Notice he is skipping the polls?
      This is since Iowa.
      He is skipping the polls.
      It makes his intro stronger.

      I thought his answer to look into Fort LeJune’s water contamination was very sweet.
      Over 750,000 Americans were affected by that contamination, one way or another over the decades.

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    • moogey says:

      DaveNY, Thank you. Your commentary was succinct, informational, and greatly appreciated. :0)

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  30. runthetable says:

    Let Trump be Trump!

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    • jonvil says:

      It’s worked for him all his life:)

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      • NCPatriot says:

        Agree—I don’t like people saying I like Trump but———

        He’s not perfect but he is the ONLY choice between Patriotic Nationalism or Globalists. Period. He is our insurgency leader. Period. This is not a normal election. It is our last off ramp. Period !

        Trump 2016

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  31. charliewalksonwater says:

    trying to post this, so this is a test. Thank you for your patience. s1216.photobucket.com/user/charliewalksonwater/media/house2.jpg

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  32. petszmom says:

    really enjoyed this rally…seemed full of energy, vim and vigor, beans and benevolence, feisty, on target. but, I am missing my favorite secret service agent…where is he? the one with the LIPS, silver hair, balding pate…he has turned my head…lol.

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  33. GumboPot says:

    New issue for Trump: pull back foreign aid to help save Social Security.

    Because he’s for Americans.

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  34. rashamon says:

    Wow. He covered how many serious topics with surgical precision and even took time to laugh at himself.

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  35. Polar Vortex says:

    Why do you think people go to Trump rallies?

    Do they want to hear plans (Hillary, my plan is best, even if she doesn’t have one)
    Do they want to hear how someone voted in the senate on bills that his vote didn’t change (Cruz)
    Do they want to hear about how great america is and a vision for the future (Rubio)
    Do they want to hear about what someone did for 15 years and how things have gotten worse (Bush, Kasich)

    Or do they want to hear how screwed up this country is and all the politicians that are running are the ones who created the problem in the first place.

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  37. telerider says:

    A great kickass speech…loved it!

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  38. Pete V says:

    His speech was much better than at the event yesterday where he was (in my opinion) a bit unsettled, maybe because of what happened with his plane.

    Trump gets the biggest cheers when he talks about immigration and Islam. I understand that, because that’s what makes him unique in the field and attracts people to him. That’s why I think he should actually talk even more about it. Give the people the product they want.

    Trump is also the strongest player on another key issue, the economy. Cruz and Rubio, his only serious rivals, have nothing to offer here. He should invest a bit more time to point that out without going into details too much – people won’t understand them anyway or forget about them. And without a good economy, you can do nothing about the debt.

    It is very important to warn people in NH about potential fraud and ads full of lies. SImply because why we don’t know with what kind of silly story Cruz (and Rubio) will come up immediately prior to the primary and he has to destroy the credibility of the people who attack him.

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  39. Polar Vortex says:

    This is going to be very unpopular, but is anyone ever going to bring up the idea about taxing the churches (property tax). I would like the folks on here to comment, to get your thoughts.

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    • tampa2 says:

      Polar Vortex: one view…A form of secular punishment. Churches of all denominations are the most charitable organizations in our Country. Progressives are far from charitable and despise this charity.

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      • parteagirl says:

        Whatever you tax, you will get less of.
        Do you want fewer churches? Do you want government to do the charitable work that churches now do? There’s your answer.

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    • KBR says:

      IM very unpopular O,
      Churches, by getting tax exempt status conditional upon what they can and cannot say and do, sold out for filthy mammon.
      Jesus was not PC, and he certainly was not apolitical for his day. He said the Temple had been made a house of thieves and disapproved of buying and selling there, even turned the money tables over crashing them and “disturbing the peace in a protest demonstration” in a time when there was no “right to protest.”
      So, would He approve clipping and selling the very tongue of his bride for fancy buildings and so those who worshipped could give less money in tithes?
      The church originally did not even have buildings, now we speak of the buildings as “the church.” The church is the faithful people, within or without the walls of any building, and with or without a pastor/minister/priest.

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      I am not in favor adding taxes to anyone. Our government cannot spend the money well. For every dollar we send them, they spend $1.25.

      All taxing the Churches will do is drive us further into debt as we spend $1.25 for every $1.00 in tax we take in.

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    • joanfoster says:

      What kind of tax are you referring to. In my area, they pay property tax. Are you suggesting taking away their charitable tax exempt status and taxing the Sunday morning offering plates?

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      • KBR says:

        I would suggest negotiating a special house-of-worship tax exemption separate from the charitable tax exempt status: a house of worship is not a Clinton Foundation.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      I suggest you read Churches and 501c3

      http://hushmoney.org/501c3-facts.htm

      QUOTE
      ….For a 501c3 church to openly speak out, or organize in opposition to, anything that the government declares “legal,” even if it is immoral (e.g. abortion, homosexuality, etc.), that church will jeopardize its tax exempt status. The 501c3 has had a “chilling effect” upon the free speech rights of the church. LBJ was a shrewd and cunning politician who seemed to well-appreciate how easily many of the clergy would sell out.

      Did the church ever need to seek permission from the government to be exempt from taxes? Were churches prior to 1954 taxable? No, churches have never been taxable. To be taxable a church would first need to be under the jurisdiction, and therefore under the taxing authority, of the government. The First Amendment clearly places the church outside the jurisdiction of the civil government: “Congress shall make NO LAW respecting an establishment of religion, nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”

      Religion cannot be free if you have to pay the government, through taxation, to exercise it. Since churches aren’t taxable in the first place, why do so many of them go to the IRS and seek permission to be tax-exempt?…..
      UNQUOTE

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    • John Galt says:

      That would drive church goers to Rubio and Cruz. Extremely bad campaign issue.

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    • booger71 says:

      I would rather drastically change the tax code to a flat or consumption tax at the point of sale, and get rid of all deductions. Property tax is a local issue anyway.

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    • rashamon says:

      Isn’t that a state issue?

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      If I recall my reading of history correctly, taxing churches was one of the big ways that the monarchical rulers of England, France, Italy, etc., raised money for centuries: in fact, the church tax was apparently used to either “punish” or “reward”, (the tax was either higher or lower), depending on how “loyal” the adherents were to the Crown. I believe the Founding Fathers here did not want that same thing to happen here.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Part of the problem, imo, is because of the tax advantages for places of worship, it’s become a lucrative biz. I’m not talking about a normal church which has been in place for ages or a new one where the community pitches in the funds.

      Take a look at the NAIT. North American Islamic Trust. They own the bulk of Islamic centers and mosques in the US. They also have bought up key property in places like NYC. Slap a mosque in part of it and it’s a religious building…hang on to it and then sell it off.

      IOW, the whole tax-exempt thing for places of worship is more than what one might think.

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  40. nyflacon says:

    Where else is he going today? His website doesn’t show anything until 7 tonite. I thought he was doing 5 events today?

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    • DaveNY says:

      I heard he is doing 7 appearances. I imagine he is doing 5 quick stops in between the 2 events listed on his site.

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      • MfM says:

        You are likely correct. The two listed were venues where he was speaking and you needed to sign up to go. He could visit a Trump headquarters and thank people, that would be an event. Or it could be an event with limited seating and is by invite only like a Republican club afternoon tea. Or visit a business, or military base. It will be interesting if they say what they were.

        He’s back in SC for a Friday night rally and then back in NH for the debate. It will be interesting if he stays over night or heads back to NY before going to SC.

        I know others have not liked him criss-crossing the country, but I find it interesting that he’s working all the States not just the first couple.

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    • Jason says:

      Trump was originally scheduled to hold two campaign events in the Granite State on Thursday. But by Wednesday night, the campaign distributed a revised schedule that squeezed in additional stops that include an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, a meeting with local business owners and an event with the Manchester Police Department.
      http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/04/politics/donald-trump-new-hampshire-2016/

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  41. Pops says:

    Spot the deliberate mistake / fix / shenanigans….

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  42. Bull Durham says:

    No video coverage of all 5 events today. He added 3 not on the schedule, didn’t he?

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  43. bluesky says:

    I’ve been following this site since July which has helped explain the “inexplicable’ actions of the GOPe in regards to immigration, budget, anti-Tea Party actions, etc since early 2008 when I ‘woke up’ to the internal threat to this country. I have helped move my parents (ex-military/ conservatives) to a favorable position in regards to Trump. I read & passed on The Art of the Deal which is very insightful to Trumps character and also shows a consistency in how he acts.

    I’m not trying to be a concern-troll, yet I do have some thoughts to put down since Monday night. My Mom & I were talking last night about Trump’s tweets – Trump’s initial reaction to the Iowa results was very gracious, however his tweets about Cruz (filtered through MSM) made him appear Obama-like thin skinned and petulant. Even though she had not heard about the mailer & Soro’s connection, I had to reluctantly agree that the MSM easily spun Trump’s tweets into a childish rant. Usually Trump is much more savvy to fall into that trap.

    I believe that Trump needs to identify his anger with the political tricks of Cruz with American’s anger with the political shenanigans & special interest of DC. Trump needs to stop repeating “unfair” and broaden his appeal to the core American values of honesty, sportsmanship & integrity.

    I agree treatment of Trump is often “unfair”, however Trump sounds at time like a kid having a temper tantrum. I’m starting to cringe every time I hear Trump say “unfair” – life isnt fair, deal with it. However I believe Trump should identify his anger at Cruz’s campaign stunts with middle America’s anger at the political, media, Wall Street and CoC uniparty. Associate Cruz’s campaign as the behavior of the typical politician that has gotten American into the mess that it is in. If you cheat in the campaign, will you not cheat in the office? Trump then lumps the cheat-behavior with the association that GOP candidates are slaves to their masters (special interests), then Trump comes across as the non-politician with all-American values.

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  44. Jason says:

    Trump’s response to the plant

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  45. Jill says:

    First McConnell and now Ryan state they will not oppose any Obama agenda. Now we get this from the Washington Times:
    “The Obama administration has revived the maligned illegal immigrant “catch-and-release” policy of the Bush years, ordering Border Patrol agents not to even bother arresting and deporting many new illegal immigrants, the head of the agents’ labor union told Congress on Thursday.”

    Trump is running for office in a nation that does exist anymore.

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    • parteagirl says:

      And Donald Rumsfeld was on Ingraham today saying there’s been nothing the GOP could have done to stop Obama during his administration. Just nothing they could do… poor GOP. Big bad mean Obama. What a crock!

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    • Jill says:

      Should read “Trump is running for office in a nation that does not exist anymore.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • KBR says:

        “Nation” is a word referring to a people, not a place.

        “We don’t have a country anymore, if we don’t have borders” said Donald Trump. But we actually still have borders right now, the laws guarding our borders are being broken.

        If the North American Union the globalists want to make actually would come about, THEN we wouldn’t have a border nor a country in which our Nation (people) can thrive.

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  46. Jason says:

    Donald Trump in Exeter, NH: Behind The Scenes Look

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  47. Jill says:

    Bloomberg View:

    “The civil service will interpret a Donald Trump presidency as damage and route around it.”

    “This is the reality: Most of what you want to do to Washington won’t get done — and neither will much of what you want to get done outside of it, if you insist on taking Washington on.”

    http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2016-02-03/president-trump-s-revolution-fear-not?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=56b38a9a04d301549e959b3b&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter

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    • KBR says:

      Bloomberg
      We don’t believe in your omnipotence. We don’t believe in your almighty punditocracy.

      We the PEOPLE absolutely WILL get things done. Or we will change the entire capital to another place, leaving DC to rot in its ignorance and evil.

      WE BUILT THAT!

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    • Pete V says:

      Keep in mind that Bloomy has mulled a run for the presidency. They can try to “route around” it, they will be lucky if they don’t see their name and adress on a website ranking lazy and traitorous officials. This is the reality: Trump gets along with people, and if you don’t get along with him, you have a problem.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      Bloomy forgets that the President is the HEAD of the Administrative branch of the government. That means he most certainly CAN set the tone and direct what the bureaucracy does.

      All we have to do is look at the Obummer years as an example.
      Think open borders on the one hand and the EPA closing coal plants on the other.

      If Trump orders the regulations be completely rewritten and streamlined into something businesses can understand and comply with then that is what they do or get their A$$ FIRED (with NO Pension hopefully)

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    • John Galt says:

      “The civil service will interpret a Donald Trump presidency as damage and route around it.”

      The civil service is under control of the executive branch. Trump will fire any obstacles.

      Liked by 1 person

      • AghastInFL says:

        I know there are differeing POV on this, but I still smile whenever I remember Reagans reaction to the strike by the PATCO… There’s a lesson there I do believe.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      The ‘journalists’ at Bloomberg haven’t run anything. Here’s the deal: there ARE good people in Fed Gov and they KNOW there is a TON of BS that goes on in each and every agency. The good ones would love for things to actually work well.

      The make-work jobsworths won’t like it. Tough.

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  48. burnett044 says:

    I can wrap up Trumps speech today in one word…PRESIDENTIAL

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