Sunday Talks – Donald Trump Post-Debate Sunday Talk Show Interviews…

Donald Trump makes the post debate rounds on the Sunday Talk Shows.  Here’s the interviews:

CBS Face The Nation

Fox and Friends:

Meet the Press:

ABC This Week: George Stephanopoulos

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172 Responses to Sunday Talks – Donald Trump Post-Debate Sunday Talk Show Interviews…

  1. Ezra says:

    I agree with Don, it was his best performance, going against the entire establishment, the stacked audience, the Bushes. It was great.

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  2. WSB says:

    Unless we elect Trump, this country is finished.

    Liked by 30 people

    • IRememberAmerica says:

      I could not agree more.

      Liked by 12 people

      • shallbe4 says:

        We can watch as Obama wants to put in place a new Supreme Court Justice in an election year on his own if he cannot get the support of the Republican Senate whose job it is to vote on a Supreme Court Justice. Will the Republican Senate stand up to Obama and for the American people making sure that no permanent Supreme Court Justice be placed in an election year?

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    • I kind of disagree. Unless Trump wins the whole thing, AND we change the political system so snakes like Clinton, Cruz, or Rubio don’t get to fool people on their way to presidency, we are finished. One man can’t change everything. Think about it, all these conservative heroes in congress are ridiculing Trump and backing Rubio or Cruz. Bernie and people like him will continue offering freebies. Trump will need help.

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      • Whose expecting miracles, what we are expecting is Leadership. That means; applying breaks: border security: job stabilization: financial security, and most of all: common sense. God gave us common-sense, math gave us facts.

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        • joshua says:

          we just need a quarterback and some blocking on the line….we will do the rest….he just has to lead, plan, and recruit and manage…and get rid of regs and policies that keep us down…..we don’t want him to be the whole damn army.

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        Unless we take back our language, we’ll lose in the long run. He who controls the language, controls the argument. And those who control the dissemination of information, control the perception of “reality”.

        This is why the left has made such inroads–they are adept at subverting language. They also had the forethought to co-opt education and textbook production, suppress the teaching of critical thinking and applied logic at the early educational levels, and co-opt the most popular aspects of the internet.

        As a result, we have an entire generation that literally speaks a different language than the rest of us do. A generation that literally doesn’t know how to think logically or critically.

        And as this generation is also tech reliant, they don’t have the memory capability we oldsters have, either. They have crappy memories–because their tech remembers all they need for them. Everything from phone numbers to basic math is now “remembered” by tech devices.

        I know millennials who literally can’t remember who they voted for in the last election–and can’t remember who was running. I also know some who can’t read an analog clock, and don’t know their own phone numbers, much less anyone else’s.

        Because of this, replacing facts with re-designed or manipulated “facts” is frighteningly easy. And that is the real problem. Fixing the president or the political system is a bandaid at best–if we can’t deal with the underlying issues, then we’re simply delaying the inevitable.

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      • If he gets in, actually when he gets in, I believe many people in congress will be scared that they better support him or people will vote them out. I think you will see and hear a lot of…well I was always rooting for Trump on the republican side. They are just acting tough now. When our vote is heard and a couple million people show up for his inauguration (as we all should if we are able.) They will know to hop on the train because it’s the last stop before the Whitehouse!

        And the RNC ain’t in charge of giving out tickets to get on this train…Donald J Trump and “we the American people” are!!!

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        • shallbe4 says:

          I agree — THE KING IS DEAD LONG LIVE THE KING. We will see more Republicans supporting Trump because the voters are watching and they could lose their beloved seats if they work against a popular President.

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          • jello333 says:

            Importantly, I very much believe that Trump will declare himself to be a member of NO party, shortly after he takes office. It’s always felt wrong that a president supposedly of ALL the people would align themselves with one or another party, and “work with” his party, or “cross the aisle” to work with those in the other. So that’s the first part.

            Then, once things get going, anytime there’s an important issue before Congress and people start dragging their feet, Donald can go directly to the American people. And I don’t mean like other presidents do, holding a little press conference and whining about things. No, Trump needs to have something like “fireside chats”.

            “When you all elected me, I promised to do (XYZ). As you probably know, there’s a bill now sitting in Congress that would do exactly that, but certain members of both parties have publicly declared their opposition. Their opposition to what YOU want. So if you’re as angry about this as I am, here’s what you can do. Go to whitehouse.gov and you’ll find a list of those members of Congress who are holding up passage of this bill. Contact them via their website, email, or phone and tell them how you feel. Give it a few days and see if any minds are changed. If not, things are gonna get hot really quick for these people. We have representatives in each state who will assist you in organizing a recall election for your specific Congressman or Senator. If these people won’t do what YOU hired them and me to do, then they can find another job.”

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      • Linda Ruth says:

        Trump was asked in the debate how he would accomplish his goals. His answer was that he would get together with Congress members and work out with them how to get the needed results. He said, NO Executive orders like Obama has been doing. Trump intends to do actions legally. Much of what he wants to do are already in existing laws, but which have not been carried out. Trump is no amateur. He is a pro with a pro team. Before he steps foot outside his office, he knows where he is going, what route he is taking, how he is going to get there, what results are expected, and just who will make sure this all happens as planned.

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    • kaiserzose says:

      Amen, brother. He ain’t perfect (who is?) but he’s the most honest, down-to-earth, is not in anyone’s pocket, and believes in the USA.

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      • ZZZ says:

        He isn’t perfect…EXACTLY!
        But I sense he is fair and will listen to a well-balanced argument. That’s all we ask for; someone who uses their head/reason to make decisions not someone beholding to the $$$/special-interests to make decisions.

        What a breath of fresh air that would be…

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  3. wyntre says:

    Debate poll from the South Carolina Post and Courier.

    Who won Saturday night’s GOP debate?
    10%Jeb Bush
    3%Ben Carson
    6%Ted Cruz
    14%John Kasich
    20%Marco Rubio
    32%Donald Trump
    8%No one.
    7%I did not watch it.

    http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20160214/PC1603/160219605/1031/gop-debate-in-greenville-gets-heated

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  4. Trumpstumper says:

    Long row to hoe even once we get him in office. All that pork in DC, gonna be a lot of squealing. But hey, I like bacon!

    Liked by 15 people

  5. ZZZ says:

    Father of child murdered by illegal immigrant: Trump ‘sent from God’

    The two shared an intimate moment shortly after meeting last year. “He [Trump] told me to my face, he said, ‘I promise you I would never let your son’s life be in vain.’ To me it felt like the [future] president cared about me,” an emotional Shaw shared.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/father-of-child-murdered-by-illegal-immigrant-trump-sent-from-god/article/2583204

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      I feel for this father. He is really in pain and rightly so. No one would listen to him. He finally has a voice in Trump.

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      • Janie M. says:

        I believe that fathers see their sons as extensions of themselves – dreams of a future to be fulfilled, milestones to be accomplished, grandchildren to carry on the family line. The day Mr. Shaw’s son was murdered, a part of him died as well and will never be healed. That void will follow him to his grave. With no support from “politicians” I am sure he felt adrift. My heart breaks for him.

        Trump is the lone voice that speaks for those families whose lives have been shattered by their losses, DC/this administration doesn’t care or they would have remedied this “problem.” Perhaps if one of them suffers the same loss, only then will they move heaven and earth to ensure our laws are faithfully executed. But I’m not holding my breath.

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  6. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Nice follow up interview. Trump cleaned up a few specifics brought up. I’m wondering what is the definition of ‘weapons of mass destruction’? If it is mustard gas, yellow cake, etc., then there were those in Iraq. If its nuclear arsenals, then I agree with Trump.

    Regardless, I agree Iraq was a mistake. Time has proven it.

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    • tz says:

      No yellowcake – that was the Nigerian hoax.
      There was some old junk left over from Iran-Iraq war.
      http://tomwoods.com/podcast/ep-499-what-to-tell-your-friend-who-says-saddam-really-did-have-wmds/

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      • joshua says:

        most of the junk from the Iran Iraq war was given to Saddam by George H W Bush at the CIA and George Tenet knew all about it….George 43 had to go in and get that stuff hidden or disposed of before everyone figured out who armed Saddam…..us.

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    • lmg says:

      WMD is usually considered to be Nuclear, Chemical and Biological weapons. We thought Iraq had done some work on all three, but we knew Saddam had chemical weapons (such as mustard gas) because he had used them against Iran. Iraq had never provided evidence that they had destroyed their stockpiles of chemical weapons, as I think was required after the 1990 Gulf War. They were always playing games with UN inspections. They gave every indication that they were hiding something. CIA and British intelligence at least believed Iraq had chemical stockpiles.

      That was the basis of the info given to Colin Powell for his presentation to the UN asking for Security Council authorization for a war against Iraq. Powell has since said he felt he was lied to by the Bush admin. Whether or not that is true, it can be argued that the evidence was hyped or spun to make Iraq look guilty and threatening, and to make the war happen.

      So we went to war. Our troops all had gear to protect against chemical weapon attacks. As they closed in on Baghdad, Saddam supposedly gave the order for chemical weapons to be used to repel American troops. It never happened – at least not the way we expected. There were some shells fired that seemed like they should contain chemicals, or might have contained some, but there wasn’t enough chemical to hurt anyone. They were basically empty. But apparently, even Saddam Hussein thought he had chemical weapons!

      Where the stockpiles of chemicals went remains a mystery. Some said that convoys of trucks moved the WMD into Syria – where chemical weapons have since been used. Others said the stockpiles were destroyed, but no one ever told Saddam. No one really knows, at least no one alive and talking publicly.

      I have always rejected the idea that “Bush lied us into war”, which is basically what Trump said last night. But as Obiwan Kenobi said, it is true “from a certain point of view”.

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    • Riddick says:

      Saddam did have and did use chemical weapons against the Kurds. Known fact. Roughly 240,000 Kurds died of the attacks at the time. Yes, entire stockpile was then moved out prior to us going to war with Saddam. That said, I still agree that we should NOT have gone to war with Iraq since it was not our battle to fight, we cannot be a cop across the world. How many our lives were lost and how much money? For what?

      What was not reported at the time, at least location the weapons were moved to, did make a brief appearance in Russian news media at the time, though. Belorussia was on the outs with EU, well, still is, and in need of oil. In exchange for oil Lukashenko agreed to take in all the WMDs from Saddam. Journalist who tracked the movement of the stockpile was found dead just days after reporting it in local newspapers. Yes, “Vince Fostered” by Lukashanko.

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      • laineethecat says:

        I heard at the time (right before W’s invasion) that lines of trucks were transporting stuff to Syria – or through Syria – and later we hear of chemical weapons being used there. Same chemical weapons maybe?

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  7. jerrydon10 says:

    I was proud of my candidate last night. I agree with him, it was his best performance ever and all of that while under extremely vicious attack. I say Trump….you ask how high (yes, LazerSnake is now part of my family..LOL) Donald Trump! He’s 10 feet tall and bulletproof.

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  8. grad says:

    He’s right and it resonates. Unless the party nominates him, they will never be able to move beyond the Bush family MidEast adventures in the minds of many Americans. Right now, that is the meme of the Republican party, and they will keep losing elections until they prove they are over it, by nominating someone who is willing to say it was a mistake.

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  9. wyntre says:

    O/T but IMPORTANT!
    And the Scalia death mystery thickens.

    Ranch Owner Recalls Finding Justice Antonin Scalia’s Body

    HOUSTON — Even after Justice Antonin Scalia did not respond to a knock at the door of his suite at the Cibolo Creek Ranch at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, John B. Poindexter, the property’s owner, thought little of it.

    Perhaps the 79-year-old was attending to Supreme Court business, or simply did not wish to be disturbed during his weekend at the remote ranch in West Texas. It was less than two hours later, when Mr. Poindexter tried again, that he found Justice Scalia’s body.

    Justice Scalia had no pulse and was clearly dead, Mr. Poindexter recalled in an interview on Sunday.

    “His hands were sort of almost folded on top of the sheets,” said Mr. Poindexter, a manufacturing executive from Houston. “The sheets weren’t rumpled up at all.”

    He added, “It was just like he was taking a nap. He just went to sleep and didn’t wake up.”

    Justice Scalia had arrived at the 30,000-acre ranch on Friday to participate in one of the weekend gatherings that Mr. Poindexter hosts a few times each year. Justice Scalia and Mr. Poindexter had met just once, in Washington, and the justice had traveled to Texas after a friend of Mr. Poindexter’s suggested inviting him, the ranch owner said.

    In the day leading up to his death, Justice Scalia was “very congenial, very convivial,” Mr. Poindexter said, as the party roamed the property and some hunted for quail. Justice Scalia did not participate in the hunt, but he did observe.

    At 9 p.m., after the conclusion of a cocktail reception and dinner, Justice Scalia, who had flown to Texas early Friday, told Mr. Poindexter he was going to turn in for the night, and went to the property’s presidential suite.

    The next morning, Justice Scalia did not appear for breakfast, and Mr. Poindexter went to look for him.

    “I knocked on the door loudly,” he said. “I had him in a very large room — a suite — and I thought he might be in the bathroom.”

    Just after 11 a.m., after a morning of activities, Mr. Poindexter and a friend of Justice Scalia’s tried the door again, again to no answer. Once they entered the spacious room, it took no medical training, Mr. Poindexter said, to recognize that Justice Scalia was dead.

    Mr. Poindexter called a hospital and, without identifying Justice Scalia, reported what had happened.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/15/us/ranch-owner-recalls-finding-justice-antonin-scalias-body.html?_r=0

    Another report from My San Antonio

    “When Poindexter tried to awaken Scalia about 8:30 the next morning, the judge’s door was locked and he did not answer. Three hours later, Poindexter returned after an outing, with a friend of Scalia who had come from Washington with him.

    “We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled,” said Poindexter.

    (WHAT?????? A pillow OVER his head??????)

    “He was lying very restfully. It looked like he had not quite awakened from a nap,” he said.

    Scalia,79, did not have a pulse and his body was cold, and after consulting with a doctor at a hospital in Alpine, Poindexter concluded resuscitation would have been futile, He then contacted federal authorities, at first encountering a series of answering services because he was calling on a weekend.

    “Ultimately they became available and handled it t superbly. They flew in by helicopter. They told me to secure the ranch, which I did until this morning,” he said.

    Scalia, who was scheduled to return to Washington on Sunday, had little time to avail himself of the ranch’s offerings. Poindexter said he had only met Scalia once before briefly, in Washington. Scalia came to the ranch because he was friends another guest. Poindexter said he knew the other guests.

    “All the guests were friends of mine, I paid for all of them. There were no politics, no jurisprudence in the slightest,” he said.
    “This was strictly a group of friends that the judge decided to join. He was coming with his son who had to drop out for reasons I don’t’ know.”

    http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Texas-ranch-owner-recalls-Scalia-s-last-hours-6830372.php

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    • NCPatrick says:

      “We discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head. His bed clothes were unwrinkled,” said Poindexter.

      (WHAT?????? A pillow OVER his head??????)

      What??? And no autopsy of course as he has already been embalmed. Oh please, please tell me this isn’t happening in 2016 America!

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      • Sentient says:

        Democrat Judge Cinderella Guevara turned down an autopsy yesterday – the day of Scalia’s death, on account of there having been “no signs of foul play” – other than his dying 11 months before the end of Obama’s term. Alito & Thomas should stay out democrat jurisdictions – which can prove hazardous to your health.

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      • wyntre says:

        He was embalmed at 4 am!!!!

        More: Scalia’s body was taken to the Sunset Funeral Home by a procession of about 20 law enforcement officers. It arrived there about 2:30 a.m. Sunday, according to Lujan. The funeral home is about 31/2 hours from the ranch where Scalia died.Guevara told the station that she planned to drive to the ranch but changed her mind when a U.S. marshal told her by phone: “It’s not necessary for you to come, judge. If you’re asking for an autopsy, that’s what we need to clarify.”

        Guevara said she asked the Marshals whether there were “any signs of foul play. And they said, ‘Absolutely not,’ ” she told the station. After talking with Scalia’s personal physician, she said, she pronounced him dead and declined to order an inquest. (WaPo)

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        • Beenthere says:

          I’m not into conspiracy theories but this doesn’t look good.

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          • dogsmaw says:

            Well if its going to be a conspiracy thingy, it just has to start in Texas😦 (I was born there :P)

            I don’t think it is so unusual in that part of Texas for the phone call announcement, the family wanting privacy might just have prompted a law for embalmment so the body can go back home, and the upset owner being flustered and not qualified to speak about the condition of the room.

            So unless someone can prove otherwise, i will don a tin foil hat for this one.

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      • ZZZ says:

        I know…a pillow over his head…nothing to see here…move along!
        What in the world?
        They also said is was not a heart attack – natural causes…???

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    • Batman says:

      Guest list, please! And Hercule Poirot!

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  10. dondeg says:

    This is as good as Kambree’s rant. Sundance you should feature this video it’s incredible!

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  11. Rosies Seeing Red says:

    Last night Trump made it clear you either choose one of the warmongers on stage and continue the failures of the past 15 years, or you choose common sense.

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  12. Aisfor123 says:

    Thanks SD! Wow, Trump is stronger than ever. I think that the RNC’s u-shaped ambush backfired BIG TIME.

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  13. feralcatsblog says:

    If Bush had enforced immigration restrictions according to the laws at the time, 9-11 might well never have happened. What did he do instead? He pushed to have immigration enforcement loosened up even more, and pretty much stopped enforcing immigration laws as much as he could…all AFTER 9/11, which was carried out in part by several illegal aliens. So no, he didn’t deliberately cause 9/11, but Bush damn sure wasn’t too worried about another one happening according to those actions. Who was he worried about? The Minuteman Project.

    The Washington Times – Thursday, March 24, 2005

    WACO, Texas — President Bush yesterday said he opposes a civilian project to monitor illegal aliens crossing the border, characterizing them as “vigilantes.”

    He said he would pressure Congress to further loosen immigration law.

    More than 1,000 people — including 30 pilots and their private planes — have volunteered for the Minuteman Project, beginning next month along the Arizona-Mexico border. Civilians will monitor the movement of illegal aliens for the month of April and report them to the Border Patrol.

    Mr. Bush said after yesterday’s continental summit, with Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin at Baylor University, that he finds such actions unacceptable.

    “I’m against vigilantes in the United States of America,” Mr. Bush said at a joint press conference. “I’m for enforcing the law in a rational way.”

    The Minuteman Project was born out of a long-held perception among many residents that more Border Patrol agents are needed to handle the flow of illegal immigrants.

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  14. Trump was crisp, commanding and at ease in those interviews. Definitively presidential.

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  15. dizzymissl says:

    Wow, I think the interview with Chuck Todd is the best interview he’s ever done on Iraq.

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  16. oldschool64 says:

    F. Chuck Todd has some nerve. At the 4:47 mark you can hear him sigh in disgust(you may need earphones).

    Trump should demand a public apology before he ever appears with this clown again!!

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  17. Bull Durham says:

    Last night, Trump got mugged, the muggers got their asses kicked.

    Last night there was an Octagon match, four on one, with a crooked referee. Donald wiped the floor with the four, tossed the ref and shut down the screaming crowds.

    Last night, the country and the world, friend and foe, saw strength, pure American, unvarnished strength. He is rock steady, titanium strong, resilient, unafraid, grounded and full of piss and vinegar. John Wayne would have been proud. I would love to have a video of Clint Eastwood watching that debate. He is the stuff of cinema but real flesh and blood.

    When he says it takes guts to run for President, he means it takes guts to stand and deliver, to fight off the lies, to battle the conspiracy of RNC and Media, and to shout down the stacked audience. He does not give ground nor needs time to recompose himself.

    This guy is all Leader. Alpha New Yorker. Street tough and street smart.

    God bless Donald Trump. I keep him and his family in prayers all day. This country, our Constitution, our society, our economy, our kids and grandkids need Trump so badly.

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  18. Martin says:

    Nice. There’s a Trump press conference tomorrow at 1:30pm CT. Should be fun:

    http://www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule

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  19. Arjun says:

    Slightly off topic. Going forward, Trump should make the following changes before a debate.
    1. Try and ensure yesterday was the last time stacked audiences is allowed. Distribute tickets evenly or mute the audience or worst case, only applause after a candidate is done talking and for 4-5 seconds.
    2. Wait for the other to stop talking before responding. Gives him more time to think, does not make him look rude to the non-vulgarian fence sitting viewer, makes him look more presidential. Why this is important is that Trump is right on the issues, no strings attached, and most people believe he can actually implement some of what all the gasbags talk about. He can sit back, explain his position and point out why the other guy is a lying politician who is ‘all talk no action”.
    I think people understand it by now.

    Sent it to DonaldJTrump

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  20. Bull Durham says:

    The debate I would have loved to watch would have been Trump versus Obama.

    I look forward to whoever the Cult of Liberalism puts up against him.
    One round knockout!
    Hillary will collapse on stage.
    Bernie ? they’ll cart him off in a catatonic state.
    Biden will impale himself on something sharp.
    Whoever they send, Trump will destroy them.

    One-on-one is going to be like watching a hungry lion and a slow rabbit.

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  21. MissV says:

    The chick in the middle on Fox (forget her name) needs to have the Kelly Megyn smirk wiped off her face.
    Can I, huh? Can I?

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    • Martin says:

      That’s Fox Business’s own, Sandra Smith from LSU. LSU is in Baton Rouge, where Trump held his huge rally last Thursday.

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    • Her name is NEWSBABE. They all have the same name. Men wear jackets, long pants, the newsbabes wear summer sleeveless and open chested dresses. If this were not so, we’d see men in short sleeve shirts and shorts. It’s all to keep men watching and being hooked up to TeLIEvision, they call it programming for a reason! And to make everything more of an assault the men actually PAY for this in their monthly cable bill.

      Think about it, when you watch animal documentaries there are no sexy babes on it, it’s not necessary, the show is in of itself INTERESTING. The only reason they have to bait men to watch these FOX and other shows is to create a lure to take in the filth and lies their tabloid news peddles.

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      • MissV says:

        So, so true. I was thinking, as I was trying to figure out who she was, that she looks, acts and sounds like all of the others on that network. it’s getting more than a little irritating.

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      • Martin says:

        This. Newsbabes = Eye Candy. They do it on sports channels as well. I barely watch mostly because of this.

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      • Just a note, I used to live in SoCal and one of my good friends is an well-known political anchor at ABC. He’s a bachelor, single. We talk on the phone. Always my guy gets on the phone to say hi and my friend would talk about the latest “newsbabe” at his station. That’s where I learned the word. And that’s where I learned the concept. Haven’t talked to him in 2 years but every time we talk he tells me of the latest newsbabe.

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      • wyntre says:

        You have hit on one of my pet peeves.

        It is so frigging UNPROFESSIONAL to appear on live TV in casual/slut attire.

        The only one I have never seen try that is Greta Van Sustern. Even Catherine Herridge, whose reporting is impeccable, pulls this sh!t.

        As a woman it offends me.

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      • james23 says:

        Roger Ailes’ contribution to democracy. Faux News.

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      • Lulu says:

        exactly, yet we’re supposed to take any of these news entertainers seriously

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      • Yup, and the dresses keep getting shorter and shorter….

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        • Janie M. says:

          Daniel, less fabric on top and bottom. Used to be you would show some decollete, now the cleavage exposure extends to the waist of the garment. Over at the Daily Mail, it is filled with articles/photos of “celebrities” at different events and you get an eyeful. Susan Sarandon recently attended some event and wore a black bra (no blouse) with a white jacket that was buttoned at the waist. Tacky.

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  22. The title of 3 of today’s shows: “Donald Trump sits down with the DEVIL”

    From Stephanopoulos to Chuck Todd to John Dickerson, the lying narrative is being planted for their “surge and cheat strategy.” Boost Rubio and Jeb all week long using the George W. excuse then followed by fake polls showing one of them surging and/or both, then fix the vote in SC. According to the vote fraud experts, SC is the biggest cheating state — 100% electronic voting and zero paper ballots. This time the make-believe excuse “saying bad things about George W. Bush did it.” Stephanopoulos even came right out and said “George W is still very popular in SC, if you don’t win SC do you think we’ll look back and see that is the reason?” BOOM! There’s their narrative. Todd even purposely mixed up Trump’s calling Ted Cruz a liar and changed it into Trump calling George W. a liar and let it hang int the air without clarifying

    And just WHO is George W. still popular witih in SC? The voters?? NO! It’s the GOPe who fix the votes. What I hear these men asking Trump is “So you know the Bushes still own SC and their people can fix the vote any way they want, do you think what you said about George W is going to piss them off enough to fix it so you don’t win SC?”

    Prayer warriors man your stations!

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    • lmg says:

      Well, we’ll find out in a week whether the GOPe mindset is too entrenched in the voters for Trump to succeed, or whether they’re ready for a revolution.

      Trump was the only one up there being himself. Every other one was an actor. The people have to decide if they want another pretty-boy who will lie to them, or a guy with an attitude and some scars who will tell you the truth whether you like it or not.

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  23. There’s a youtube video of George Bush admitting on CNN that there were no WMD in Iraq.

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  24. NHVoter says:

    LOL. Just when I thought Beck couldn’t get any nuttier…

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  25. Centinel2012 says:

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    If Trump has a style problem, and it’s not certain that he does, it’s that he is talking to his supporters and not the politicians moderators and attendees that are there. He is talking to the American people who have been screwed over the past 20 years if not longer and have lost everything or almost lost everyth8ing because of the policies of the politicians that want to rule be they Republicans or Democrats. If any of them actually had the best interests of the American citizens in mind very little of what has happened since Reagan would have happened. After the USSR collapsed the political class decided to create a Utopian society, and line the pockets while doing so, and as a result we shipped all our middle class jobs to China and India and started to create a cradle to grave society where everything was free and no one had to work (hard). We could do anything we wanted and live a life of leisure — Well some thiing happened along the way and everything went to hell and so here we (everyone not around DC) are now looking to a very bleak future while the politicians tell us everything is just fine. Well we know that is a lie and so does Trump and so what choice to we have but to believe him for none of the others can be trusted to stop the side since they don’t even recognize that its there.

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  26. I think Trump’s comments about Iraq and 9/11 were radically brilliant. I think he sweeps up large numbers of democrats with this sentiment and at the same time baffles the media. As for conservatives, I’m not sure they really care anymore about defending Bush. Trump is not dishonoring the vets, he’s putting the onus on the politicians who get us into untenable wars they can’t win and totally mismanage. When Trump’s poll numbers go up I fully expect Ted Cruz to start parroting this line. That’s the other thing — the GOPe cannot comprehend Trump because he doesn’t play it safe. That’s all they know how to do, to the point of self-destruction.

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  27. NHVoter says:

    This is the first I’ve heard of robocalls saying that Trump isn’t running in SC…do any of you have any further information about this?

    Great interviews all around.

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    • Michelle says:

      I heard of that somewhere

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    • Mketch says:

      My mother and I live in Greenville, SC. She received a call a few months back where a lady claiming to be from the tea party told my mom that Trump DoD not even register for the primary, which is a lie. Then yesterday she received a robo call saying the same thing. Today, she took a computerized phone survey that began to push Rubio and asked her a bunch of questions as to why she does not support Rubio and what would make her change her mind.

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        Calls like that are one of the reasons I’m glad I live in a state where you can record a phone call as long as one of the parties knows it’s being recorded:-).

        If I happen to be talking to someone out of state, I inform them all calls are recorded, to be safe. Some survey company called here a few weeks ago wanting to survey me on presidential candidates, and when I informed them all my calls are recorded, they hung up.

        Funnily enough, that is the only “survey company” I have ever had terminate a call when informed it was being recorded. One of those things that make you go “hmmmm”.

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  28. MVW says:

    Chuck ToddTried to get Trump to repeat that GW Bush lied. Trump, dodged this but this is not the first time Trump has made veiled threats, leaving the Bush family with doubts as to what Trump might have squirreled away to hang over the Bush family head. Trump did that with Bill Clinton and Hillary shut up.

    Cruz also has a sword hanging over his head and it may drop right after the SC primary. Ted is stupid if he doesn’t stop with the lies and rob-calls.

    Scalia’s sudden death is too ‘Pelican Brief’ like, the timing is too coincidental, right after the Supreme Court turned down the EPA climate rule. Looks like Uniparty is indeed going sinister.

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  29. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Did you notice how Chucky Todd said that “We” checked everywhere including Politifact and “We” can’t find that you said anything in 2003 and 2004 about being against the war in Iraq. I loved Trump’s answer on that. I wanted to smack Todd upside the head at that point.

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  30. MVW says:

    “Bush ‘sick and tired’ of Trump attacks on family”
    Then don’t do negative ads on Trump, Bush is such an idiot squirrel.

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  31. Mickie says:

    💓💓Sundance, thank you! 💓💓

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  32. barton2016 says:

    we should have bombed the chit out of Iraq and left in 30 days.

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  33. Flynlow says:

    Here is the ‘newly minted’ Republican the GOPe keeps harping on about. Almost 30 years ago, in 1988.

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  34. The more Trump talks, the more he contradicts and exposes himself. I found it interesting that when Cruz, Bush, and Rubio attacked his positions that he never once refuted the allegation with a reasoned defense, but rather, simply yelled “You’re a liar!” and routinely disparaged or interrupted instead of leveling a cogent defense. There WERE WMD’s in Iraq, he HAS expressed support of PP, he HAS criticized Scalia (he most conservative Constitutional originalist on SCOTUS in decades), and he HAS donated money to at least 5 of the 8 senators who sponsored the Gang of 8 amnesty bill, not to mention HRH. The death of Scalia just raised the stakes for this election exponentially, and I simply cannot trust Trump to nominate an originalist….can’t even imagine what a Trump inaugural address or SOU address might sound like….there’d be enough “I’s” and “me’s” and vague platitudes in them to give Obama a run for his money. Trump’s past debates have been solid, but anyone who believes he had great debate in South Carolina last night either didn’t watch or are Kool-Aid drinkers.

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    • Melania for 1st Lady says:

      You’re a liar AND a douchebag!

      Is that better?

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    • DaveNY says:

      So someone misrepresents your postion you should just let them off the hook? Get real!

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    • bnjohanson says:

      Would you mind adding in detail your assessments to every deal Trump has closed as well, subsequently tripling the content of that rather meager opinion as a consequence, and please just don’t go away and privately vote for Bush instead?

      Thanks.

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    • I want Trump to channel my inner Viking and verbally take your candidate out of the race because the whole lot are a bunch of sneaky lying tricksters who will stop at nothing to get rid of him. Cruz especially with his ‘Trump is cropping out vote for me’ trickery exactly what he did to Carson in Iowa. You must like that Cruz sleaze, eh?

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      • Bitter Clinger says:

        “Deal making” is exactly why our nation is on the precipice of collapse. When Trump says that he is friends with Ried and Pelosi and boasts that he would make great deals with them, how is that supposed to encourage anyone who is already sick of Republicans “making deals” with leftists? I think we all want the nation to be great again, but I’m just not convinced Trump is the answer….all the candidates have their faults — including Trump. For me, Trump’s new-found conservatism, shaky grasp of foreign policy, and penchant for bullying and name-calling instead of substantive responses to legitimate questions other candidates have raised about his governing philosophy are a little too much for me to brush aside —- I prefer a little more substantive answer to every question than I’ll “Make America Great Again!” and “We will Win Again!”

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        • Melania for 1st Lady says:

          Okay, you’re a liar AND a douchebag AND a troll.

          Substantive enough?

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          • Bitter Clinger says:

            Nice…Trump has taught you well! Name-calling: check; profane language: check; lack of substantive response: check…. you make a strong case to be Trump’s VP running mate.

            I’m sure you’ll respond with something pithy, but you can save they keystrokes if you want…I’m moving on. It’s a shame…used to be a great website before it went all-in for Donald.

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            • jello333 says:

              So you want Hillary to be the next president? I’m serious… you seem to be for one or more of the other Republican candidates, but you MUST realize none of them, NONE of them would have a chance in the world of defeating Hillary in November. ONLY Trump can do that. Is that not obvious?

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        • kathyca says:

          I love it when anonymous internet posters deride Trump (or anyone, for that matter) for their “shaky grasp of foreign policy.” Trump’s been a successful international businessman for decades and runs in circles of more of the same. They know foreign policy because it potentially impacts every single one of their deals abroad. So unless you tell me you’re a former secretary of state or something, I’m dismissing your opinion of Trump’s foreign policy “grasp” as assclownery.

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        • singtune says:

          BITTER CLINGER~~~You are obviously NOT Interested in Seeing America’s Sovereignty again~ & retaining our Constitution! So please Do vote for these Republican “Traitors to Our Nation”, that are LIARS & CHEATS, ~~we wouldn’t want YOU to “Not” Honor your “WORLD Government” conscience~!.
          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
          Most of us here at the Treehouse PREFER a “NATIONALIST”~~who will PRESERVE America’s Sovereignty & Our Own Constitution! We will then DO Our National Duty & will Vote for Donald TRUMP ~~the Patriot~!

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          • Just because someone doesn’t support Trump full-throat doesn’t mean he/she isn’t a Constitutionalist and Patriot. Since you mentioned the Constitution, at what point during the campaign has Trump ever given the impression that he has a firm understanding or strong foundation in Constitutional governing principles? He may know the Constitution front-to-back, but I sure wouldn’t know it from his campaign….can’t recall a single time he’s mentioned it with any depth in a debate or stump speech. In fact, many of his proposals (on the rare occasion when he provides any details) seem to indicate that he would, in fact, use back room “deal making” (with libs, by his own admission) and strong-arm executive action-type tactics akin to those the current POTUS employs to carry out his agenda.

            If Trump wins the nomination, I’ll vote for him without hesitation. That said, I’ve not seen much evidence (at least on this site) that if Trump doesn’t win the nomination that his supporters would reciprocate likewise. Being a Patriot also means that when ‘my guy’ doesn’t win, I’ll do anything I can to keep a leftist from getting into the White House, even if it means voting for someone who is not a preferred choice, and then employing every means at my disposal to hold his ass accountable (which is a strong suit of this website and Treepers). The sad reality is that a criminal progressive HRC or avowed socialist Sanders start out with 47% of the vote off the top in the general. Choosing to not vote, or voting 3rd party or write-in for Trump (if he loses the nomination) rather than voting for the GOP nominee all but assures a Clinton/Sanders presidency. That, in my estimation, is not very Patriotic.

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            • singtune says:

              BITTER CLINGER~~All the Other candidates ARE Globalist’s~! That Means “THEY” are “NOT” for Our Own Constitution. Does NOT matter what THEY say~~THEY {Cruz,Kacish, Bush Rubio,Bush} are LYING! If you do the Deep Research, as i have, {for the last 18+ years since i retired from Teaching} you WILL Find out what is Truly going on in this Country & the World.

              The NWO{Global Elite} intend to ABOLISH ALL Sovereignty & Establish World Government & Global Banking{IMF}~~Plus a “One World Region” based on the “Dominionist” Model that Cruz,~`his Dad~ Beck,& David Barton etc. Push! The People , mentioned, plus Mark Levin & others, are Promoting the “Constitutional Convention” or the “Convention of States” so that the Constitution can be Nullified & then our Congress{full of Globalist’s on both sides of the aisle} can PASS the “NAU”. The “NAU” is the “NORTH AMERICAN UNION” that would be Modeled after the “EU”~! That spelled out means No BORDERS between the USA ~~Canada & Mexico. At present, in the “EU”, no separate Country can DEFEND their Old Borders~!

              Our Present Congress {on both sides of the Aisle} is FULL of Globalist’s & other’s that are so Bought & Paid for that they WILL Vote with the NWO as ordered. You should have noticed that the Republican Majority HAS been voting WITH the Democrats for everything OBAMA wants. {Corker Bill–ObamaCare–TPA:that leads to ObamaTrade; & against things like “Audit the Fed”}.

              Donald Trump has Talked about our Constitutional Government many times, as far back as when Reagan was President, & further. However, he is on Video’s that far back, so you can See & Listen to him. One Video was placed here on 02/14/2016 about Donald Talking to Congress regarding Economic’s. There are many more i have seen. Trump has written a number of Books about America & the last One “Crippled America” also explains a lot. On Donald Trump’s Webpage a Lot of his Policies are Laid out; in addition, his Policies & Programs are explained here in the Archives at the “REFUGE”. So, If you have NOT Listened to or Watched Trump’s Rally’s, there are many locations where you can find Detailed Information. {The Rally’s are all here on the “REFUGE”}

              Note: Anyone wanting to find Details out during these So-called Debates, is Whistling Dixie. These Debates are a DNC/ RNC{ Uniparty} SHAMS~!

              NO~~I will NOT vote for any other Candidate In ANY Party this time. I will write in TRUMP. But , you should Know I was aware of the Globalist’s being WITHIN our Government & Knew the CANDIDATES put up in BOTH parties were a SET UP~~after Bush #1 was President. So I wrote in Ron Paul, who i felt at the time would not Sell America Out.
              Bush #2~~McCain~~& Romney are ALL Globalist’s! {I was still Working when Bush #1` became President & I voted for him, But, if is KNEW he was NWO I would not have done that. i started doing Research before i knew how to use the internet, & Read many Books & Paper’s prior to using it. I made this my Retirement Hobby, because i have always been a Patriot & wanted to Know what had gone wrong here in My Country.}

              Donald Trump IS a Patriot & want’s this Country Strong for his Children & Grand-children ~~just as i do. A Patriot Respects & HONORS the CONSTITUTION~& Our Nations Sovereignty! We Need an Extra Strong Leader NOW,~~ like DONALDTRUMP, ~~to take us Out of this Darkness~! This IS our ONE Opportunity to do that.

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              • Thanks for the reasoned response…. I don’t agree with some of your takes (particularly with regard to a convention of states nullifying the Constitution), just as you don’t agree with some of my takes, but it demonstrates that we can remain substantive and civil — especially when we have the same ultimate goal in mind for the future of this great nation. Discussions such as these are healthy and worthwhile — much appreciated!

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        • marierogers says:

          a little late but here goes..you say TRUMP is not the answer..so…i take it you will vote for
          hitlery or sanders. you do know he/she would be running against TRUMP!
          great choice, you would be guaranteeing the demise of America!
          we WILL beat you…TRUMP will be our next president..enjoy the ride!

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          • I think you misread my post. I stated that I WOULD vote for Trump if he is the GOP nominee. As of now, I am supporting Cruz unless something changes my mind between now and our state’s March primary…I have NEVER voted Democrat in 20+ years of voting eligibility. Question is, would you vote for the GOP nominee if Trump does not win the nomination (and not vote 3rd party or write-in for Trump)?

            Trump is making the case today that the RNC is stacking the deck against him with the SC debate audience chicanery and thereby breaking the pledge both parties signed (I agree with Trump on this matter). However, bringing this up also insinuates that a 3rd party run for the presidency is a possibility (and if this happens, it virtually guarantees a Hillary or Sanders presidency). Are you willing to give the WH over to the libs by supporting Trump as a 3rd party/write-in candidate rather than support a non-Trump GOP nominee?

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    • amjean says:

      Your intellect is lacking, therefore your posting
      is wasting space on this site.

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    • Martin says:

      Really……..

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    • ZZZ says:

      What Bush allowed in Iraq is a crime against humanity. There are many countries th have WMD’s, including the USA…should we bomb all of them back to the stone age and build a 100 acre embassy on the newly acquired property?

      Invading Iraq had nothing to do with WMD’s. Ask Colin Powell, Hans Blix…are they a liars too?

      We decimated a country…ruined the lives of many innocent people, including our own soldiers. Ask yourself what we gained? Ask yourself if it was worth it?

      And it is still going on…a Pandora’s box was opened…why?

      Research a little document called PNAC…that may give some insight.

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  35. DaveNY says:

    It is so convenient to have all these interviews in one handy place. Thanks SD!

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  36. marierogers says:

    changing the subject.
    .when PRESIDENT TRUMP is in office i want him to fix my telephone..
    i do NOT want to press 1 for spanish .
    when i call dell, samsung, hp etc.. i want an American speaking person!
    a dream or reality?

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  37. Brian L says:

    They’re hanging on to that impeachment comment as hard as they can.

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  38. Reblogged this on Exposing Modern Mugwumps and commented:

    When everyone hates an outside candidate, you know we’ve found our man!

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  39. sheridan says:

    I’m not a hundred percent sure and need to watch the debate again but is it just me or did Marco Rubio use comments in the debate that sounded as though they were direct quotes from a Trump supporter ad I saw on you tube and the book Crippled America?
    Did anyone else pick that up?

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