The Sunday Talks – Donald Trump Interviews On Sunday Talk Circuit…

Candidate Donald J Trump made the rounds on Sunday talk shows after winning South Carolina.

CNN State of The Union:

NBC Meet The Press

ABC This Week

Fox News Sunday

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162 Responses to The Sunday Talks – Donald Trump Interviews On Sunday Talk Circuit…

  1. AghastInFL says:

    I came across this image at Scott Adams blog, though it fit here as well as anywhere:

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    • Bluto says:

      Although I like & respect this depiction, I slightly disagree.

      I don’t think they hear us.
      – Because they’re not listening. They don’t care.
      -If they somehow do hear us, again. They don’t care.

      The Eagle is far, far away from their little protected cocoons in their comfy confines of the beltway. They don’t care.
      When people like Eric Cantor are thrown out, they just get sent to a different part of the gravy train. They don’t care.
      There isn’t any actually fear. They don’t care.

      ……YET.

      I’m praying a reckoning will be coming and praying it’s going to HURT. REAL HURT. They deserve it….and more.

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      • Southernblackswan says:

        Agree 100%

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      • been using the word reckoning for years now… i would get the deer in the headlights look from people. now? they ask me questions! awesome, for a start… 😉

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      • Obomination says:

        Exactly

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      • The uniparty red-blue establishment are really much more like King George III.

        “Nothing important happened today.”

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      • AmyB says:

        What I hope for in a Trump administration is a complete reckoning for all of the politicians who were elected by the people to do good things for our country but instead, did only good things for themselves. I’d like to see him start with those, who by doing good things for themselves actually hurt our country. The list is long, very long, and it is very sad. I’m sure that this would cause disruption and chaos for a while but until that is done, we as a people will not be safe. Politicians need to know that selling out the people of this nation will not be tolerated. Period.

        A period of investigations by a whole new slew of Inspector Generals and a special hand picked team of FBI agents need to be assigned to do this important work for us. Examples need to be made of those found guilty, with maximum sentences applied.

        Next, I’d like to see President Trump’s administration conduct audits of every federal agency, with scissors in hand. Corruption and illegal cronyism can be eliminated without the help of Congress.A lot of people are concerned that President Trump would be so obstructed by Congress that nothing he wants could get done. I believe that he could get a whole lot done by simply enforcing the laws already on the books.

        I would not let Congress be in on those investigations because they do a pretty lousy job of investigating themselves or anyone else for that matter.

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        • rmnewt says:

          I believe the IGs all report to Congress and aren’t under the thumb of the administration. I know this is true of the DoD. Part of the checks and balances. That said, a Trump administration could wield plenty of power to move forward and clean house. As he said and many of us know first hand, there’s a lot of low hanging fruit when it comes to fixing the gov bureaucracy.

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          • anon says:

            …revocation of security clearances … every globalist currently in DoD or State should have their clearances revoked by 2 Jan. Better to have them on the payroll doing nothing than actively betraying America. If I recall correctly, ability to maintain a clearance is part of the contract you sign, so after some reasonable time separation papers should be cut.

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        • BT says:

          Agree with you AmyB X eleventy!!! Do it publically in front of the masses who’ve suffered at the whim of these corruptocrats if there is even the most minute wrongdoing found. Perp walks for ALL the “elites” who’ve been rewarded in any way, shape or form, while serving in ANY elected / appointed position along with monetary punishment via imposing heavy-duty fines / penalties with serious consequences, i.e., prison, jail, probation, “felon” status making ANY employment in any position NOT privately funded illegal, as well as denying that any and all forms of welfare, food stamps, section 8, o’bammy cellular devices, etc., be provided to that person, in that person’s lifetime. And, while we’re at it, let’s eliminate all those beautiful little “perks” disguised as benefits! Healthcare / insurance, pension, security, travel allowances, etc. I know it is not a very nice thing to wish upon a person, but I, personally, want to see those who’ve designated themselves our betters do some serious suffering.

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        • MissV says:

          We will help President Trump put pressure on Congress to cooperate with him.

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      • singtune says:

        Totally Agree ~Bluto~!

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Oh, I absolutely love that! After last night they sure can hear us now.

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    • ZZZ says:

      Love it but I know they will fight to the death.
      Thanks for posting.

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    • My first thought at seeing the image was…”eat the elephant already.” The establishment is so full of crap/bs than once the eagle passes that gop snack through his intestines, it could fertilize a field for decades!

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  2. TAS says:

    I watched the one with George on ABC…and I literaly LMAO at all the arguing about Trump on his round table. Heads were expolding with brains everywhere….Looked like an episode of The Walking Dead….LOLOL

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  3. Artist says:

    Although I don’t turn Fox on, my husband did and so I heard Chris Mathews interviewing Trump on Fox News Sunday.
    What an insufferable asswipe!
    I really had to commend Trump’s cool and sense of aplomb when the bitchy Mathews was commenting on Trump’s tone and if he would be more “presidential” in the future, say less controversial things…Trump said,” yes, he thought so but explained why he felt had found it necessary to be a firebrand…”
    When Mathews asked him, “so when are you going to start?” I wondered if Trump was thinking “I’d like to right now you #$%^ and end the interview”
    Like I said Trump deserves kudos for not slapping him.
    Of course Cabana Boy was on next and Mathews was much nicer to him.
    Hate Fox even more today!

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  4. Sentient says:

    Will the GOPe be so stupid and transparent as to pack the debate crowd AGAIN on March 3rd? Last time it actually helped Trump.

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  5. They may hear us, but they’re not listening. Not yet. There’s a difference.

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  6. ok, and whew! i really needed to hear the statement that there is NOTHING mandatory, as that was bothering me greatly. i’ve never been concerned about the “dying in the streets” thing, as that is not what we Americans would allow anyway. NO mandate. we do take care of people, and given prosperity through actual freedom and liberty were once the most generous people ever! make America great again. period.

    it will take all of us who are still sane to do so. 😉

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    • Serpentor says:

      The “dying in the streets” comment that you hear Trump say is simple pre-emptive objective handling. He effectively removes that liberal meme before they can throw it up. As for mandate, I believe it was a minor misspeak not really worth all the hullabaloo that it was given.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        “He effectively removes that liberal meme before they can throw it up.”

        Absolutely! Trump studied all the bogus but effective wedge issues thrown at Republicans and has pre-empted them. That is where the Planned Parenthood stuff comes from (“you don’t care about women’s health”) .

        He has defused the “accusation” that he is rich by mentioning it every chance he gets, turning it into a positive.

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      • yep, i know what he’s doing, but he never got the chance in that interview to remove the slip about a mandate. man dates are for maobama! lol

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      • MB Miller says:

        Agreed. I knew he mis-spoke when he made the statement, because it was out of context with the points he was making, and had made in the past. Of course the Anti-Trump pundits pounced on it like rabid dogs.

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        • LoreneTN says:

          Plus Trump has often criticized Justice Roberts for failing us twice on getting rid of Obamacare.

          The first chance was the case regarding the individual mandate.

          Trump is very consistent is saying that he believes both were bad rulings and that Justice Roberts could have/should have stopped Obamacare.

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    • Reality Wins says:

      Our country could easily take care of the truly needy, homeless, and sick Americans by redefining ‘not-for-profit.’ When people are making six and seven figure incomes with only a small percentage going to whatever cause they are pushing, that is a criminal enterprise not a ‘not-for-profit.’

      ‘Not-for-profit’ should only be for charity work – feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, and caring for the sick. They should exist though voluntary donations and never be given taxpayer money. It should not apply to foundations who use the label to lobby for taxpayer money for themselves and their friends. Prime examples: Clinton Foundation and the Ford Foundation. If they aren’t using their funds to do DIRECT charity work then they are a business and should be taxed as one. Advocating should never be a tax exempt enterprise. The wealthy use these scams to hide their money from the IRS and create make-work jobs for their offspring who otherwise could not find gainful employment.

      Fixing this one scam in the tax code would go a long way toward making America great again because when Americans see another in need they are the most generous people on earth.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        We should also have a one time wealth tax of 75% on every person who has made more than a million dollars in the entertainment industry as an actor, singer, musician, director or producer. We can call it the Geffen-Dunham-Pitt-Streisand Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is Act.

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        • optingout says:

          Tonawanda –
          Excellent suggestion! I’m the last to approve taxing legitimately earned wealth, but the entertainment industry doesn’t fit in that category. God, just imagine the squealing of the self righteous. It would be music to my ears.

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        • Gail Combs says:

          The entertainment industry is FOREIGN OWNED and has now business influencing our elections.
          “….the percentage of foreign ownership as of 2002 by industrial sector was as follows:

          Sound recording industries – 97%
          Motion picture and sound recording industries – 75%
          Motion picture and video industries – 64%
          Database, directory, and other publishers – 63%
          Book publishers – 63%
          Advertising and related services – 41%
          Publishing industries – 20%

          Commodity contracts dealing and brokerage – 79%
          Credit card issuing and other consumer credit – 26%
          Investment banking and securities dealing – 24%”

          Foreign ownership of U.S. corporations

          This is from before the rot became so apparent.

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        • JT says:

          When Streisand first “retired” she was on an HBO special and was paid $20 million. The Clintons put in a tax change for her and their H-Wood supporters. Her HBO check was taxed at 5%.

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      • judyw says:

        You are exactly right and most of those foundations were created to essentially “launder $” for the NWO, IMO. To “see another in need” and be able to fill that need is the greatest joy of life and it doesn’t have to be a big generosity to experience a big joy! Tonight a lady in front of me at a local market needed $1.37 in excess of her EBT card and she was scrambling in her purse. I asked if she didn’t have the $ and when she said no, I paid it for her. She appreciated the $ and I appreciated the opportunity to pay it for her. Those are the interactions we all experience routinely and rarely stop to appreciate them. 🙂

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    • gpen says:

      When he says the illegals get treated better than the vets it is also true about our American citizens. I have been a nurse for 25 yrs. traveled all over and have seen how they discharge citizens but will let illegals stay for weeks!!! Just getting rid of that cost would save us Billions in a month!!!

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      • true story – illegals stay for 30, 40 or 50 DAYS sometimes in a desperately needed bed because some dickhead doctor overrules the interview staff and nurses because the illegal “has nowhere else to go” – meanwhile their rat-like relatives infest the hospital ward, stealing, eating patients’ food and literally stinking the place out.

        America is not what it used to be but we can come back. Oh yes.

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  7. Thanks Sundance! FOUR Sunday Trump Interviews in one place, sure helps and saves a lot of time hunting them down.

    GO TRUMP!

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  8. THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

    Gosh I don’t like Chris “Meatloaf Jr” Wallace.

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  9. AZ Gulch says:

    Notice they were the same questions- like maybe someone sent out the talking points of the day – including Cris Wallace. Amazing, of the four he was the most “slimy”. And I watched (past tense) Fox for years
    Now to Atlanta.

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    • Trumped says:

      I thought its absurd that it were almost the exact same questions and Trump answered 5 times the same more or less.

      Its like the msm is one entity. Reminded me of this:

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      • Katie says:

        Precisely why I started calling them “presstitutes” several years ago.

        Thanks for posting this, Trumped.

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      • WoW! That is almost unbelievable! It reminds me of the LECTIONARIES that Churches use (they keep calendar schedules of what subjects to preach on). Saw that happen once in even my old church, one of the reasons I left there. Was watching a TV preacher and in his sermon he told a personalized story about himself and a sailboat. Touching story with a good message behind it. However, a few days later at my church my pastor told the same story except he personalized it with himself. I actually left that church over it, even though I continued to visit as friends later on.

        But this TV sample of Conan O’Brien’s is simply amazing. And quite funny.

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      • Melania for 1st Lady says:

        I’ll admit it: I bought ELEVEN items for myself. Is it okay?

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      • Grab up a copy of Evidence of Revision, and watch it all through – it will take several hours.

        WARNING: you will never, ever, see the world the same way again.

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        • judyw says:

          Well, I bookmarked the YouTube after watching a bit of it. The Hunger Games changed the way I view the world so this looks interesting….never heard of it before so Thanks!

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          • You could weep for what we lost on 22 November 1963. JFK was no saint, but he didn’t deserve to be killed in a murder conspiracy – and neither did his innocent accused assassin, CIA agent and FBI informer Lee Harvey Oswald.

            At the tail end of Evidence of Revision is covers Jim Jones, Frank Luntz, the lapdog media – and then it ends. Leaving me to see “Obama” as a refinement of the Jim Jones MKULTRA process…

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            • JT says:

              Bush Sr was in Dallas that day in Dealy Plaza. There is photo. The new book on the Bush family by Stone also mentions this.

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              • There is a photo of someone with the same hairline, standing outside the Texas School Book Depository too – not good whoever it was. There was also an unidentified CIA man who kept turning up EVERYWHERE that day – Parkland Hospital during the hijacking of the president’s corpse, Fort Worth when another mysterious Oswald lookalike was arrested, etc.etc.

                The question is, was it Bush or was it David Atlee Phillips? I used to think it was Atlee Phillips, now I think they were BOTH there.

                Clearly, and as usual, GHW Bush was lying when he claimed not to be in the CIA until much later. There is also a telex from him (despite him claiming the “other” George Bush in the CIA at that time sent it – that has been disproven), and a note from J Edgar Hoover’s files about a separate visit to his office the day after the killing by a delegation of three CIA men – one of whom was called George Bush and that COULDN’T have been the “other” George Bush because his whereabouts were known.

                It’s a study subject of mine if you’re wondering how come I can parrot this stuff. 🙂

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      • BuckWeaver says:

        This Conan video reminded me of the time many moons ago when Rush used the word ‘gravitas’ and suddenly everyone in the media starting using that word. I knew there must be a video of it somewhere so I googled it. I found a headline on Rush’s site titled “Conan Rips off the EIB Media Montage”. Never did find Rush’s montage, but as I remember it was hysterical.

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        • judyw says:

          And remember when Trump chastised the media for using the word “mastermind”…and that word quickly disappeared….I’d rank that very close to #1 of the best things he accomplished in his media interactions. Words matter.

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          • Michelle says:

            I was so happy when he said that they are not “masterminds”! It was so annoying to hear the MSM call those dumb low lives “masterminds.” There is nothing genius about saying ok you do this at 6pm and I’ll do that at 6pm.

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  10. The Boss says:

    Perhaps the happy kangaroo puncher Rupert Murdoch would care to explain the odds of four independent news organizations asking an almost 100% identical set of questions.

    So, what about it mate? Or would you rather shear sheep in New Zealand?

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  11. Bluto says:

    I think Chris Wallace needs to ask Trump at least 20 more times about his Tax returns. The first 8 times aren’t enough.

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  12. sandraopines says:

    Dear Chris Wallace and other media morons. We don’t care about Trump’s Tax Returns. Trump was a a private businessman. Get a freakin grip.

    Why should Trump be in a hurry to give you the data to help the democrats??? Trump is smarter than your butt.

    Pack sand Chris.

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  13. MfM says:

    Interesting how they want his tax returns but aren’t pushing for Cruz’s records or Obama’s school records.

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  14. bulwarker says:

    I heard the Donald on a number of weekend morning shows on NPR today. He’s got the charisma, but he often says things that can easily be taken out of context and used against him. One example is on George Snuffaluffagis’s show, in response to if he thought he was taking down the establishment, he answered that he was the establishment because he was apart of the party. At face value that sounds bad, but in context he was saying he had donated from the other side to influence politicians (the establishment), that he understands how the system works and as president he cannot be bought by the same interests. I get that having a genuine, extemporaneous speaker is good (look at Obama with his manufactured PR shows) , but he needs to be ready for the blow back from comments he makes that can be broken down to soundbites and run in opposition advertisements. Watch for Levin, Rush, et all to run with this soundbite tomorrow to smear him.

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    • Trumped says:

      The funny thing is that he generates even more airtime through this.
      The blowback gives him always the opportunity to double up or clarify.

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    • Polar Vortex says:

      I really think he does that on purpose, your “I am part of the establishment” example. Then when the opposition runs adds using the soundbites, he can come back and call them liars. They took it out context, they are liars and so dishonest. What sticks? – they are liars.

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    • Backspin says:

      The chattering morons , like leven ,rusha ,becky , hewit, bennet & the rest KNOW they will be grounded & pounded until they retract and correct !! .They Know Better Now !
      I do expect them all to ‘ claim they predicted ‘ a landslide for Trump , just to save their jobs.

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      • BobW462 says:

        I wouldn’t be too concerned about blowback, bulwarker. Nobody that already supports Trump is going anywhere because of anything that Rash, Levin, Beck, or any other vile media mouth says about Trump. It just won’t happen.

        And, if by chance, a few ‘undecided’ voters happen to be somehow swayed against Trump by such, I don’t see any real loss there.

        Those voters were probably never coming over anyway.

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      • bulwarker says:

        They are a joke with short memories. I remember in 2012 when they rightfully trashed Romney for being Democrat-lite before endorsing him as a “full-throated, rockribbed conservative” and degrading anyone who disagreed (i.e. used their own logic and talking points about how bad Mitt was as a nominee before he won the primary). Heck, Levin on Friday was talking about how JEB, despite his flaws, was an honest and straightforward candidate (ostensibly bashing Trump/Rubio). This is the SAME Levin that last year was rightfully trashing JEB for authoring a book that laid out conservative immigration principles before JEB quickly turned around and backtracked on his own immigration position to shill for amnesty (the “they come here for love” moment).

        They will all be bandwagon Trump supporters, which I am fine with. However, they will whitewash their own position to act like they always supported Trump and idiots will again fall for it.

        I didn’t support Mitt in 2012, and stood by my reasons (I voted for Virgil Goode who ran on a strong anti-illegal platform). I hold a special resentment for spineless pundits, like the talk-show crowd, that do everything in their power to destroy our candidates then side with them when it’s convenient for their business.

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        • Mike says:

          “I voted for Virgil Goode”. So… you voted for obama.

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          • singtune says:

            No Mike~! “I Voted for RON PAUL”~~much like “bulwarker” voted for Virgil Good~! Because “bulwarker” probably KNEW as I DID, that ROMNEY was a “Globalist” & OBAMA was a “Globalist” too~~! Same AGENDA~! “I Would NOT Vote for a GLOBALIST! That is WHY I am FOR TRUMP. Trump IS a “Nationalist”!

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    • People put too much stock in the relevancy of Levin and Rush. They are only “big things” in the eyes of those that subject their souls to such filth and lies, hence, the fear.

      They peddle hate-anger, frustration, and lies, and any fear coming to anyone over them is just exhibiting the spirit of fear that piggybacks always on hate-anger, frustration, and lies.

      People should stop hurting themselves by listening to them, unless they desire more fear, hate-anger and frustration in their lives. My God, life has enough upsets and downs, we don’t need to go seeking it willingly!

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      • lineabirgit says:

        i’ve never heard of levin. years ago i saw beck on tv flapping his arms, holding his breath, and making his face turn red. before he was fired. but i didn’t know he had a radio show. all i know about rush is that he’s never done anything his entire life except be a radio pundit and that he had his underpaid illegal migrant housekeep picking up street drugs for him. why people are listening to talk-radio instead of twittering like normal people i have no idea. LoL

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      • judyw says:

        About the time I stopped listening to Rush, I caught a Hannity Radio Program where he was sounding off about Talk Radio not dying but the reason their ratings are down is because people listen on other devices like phones, ipads, computers. He really sounded a bit desperate and it was not a response to a caller but a subject he brought up so that may be a preview of talk radio going the route of print media.

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      • Agree, MoniQue, but note that Rush has some 20 million listeners. Many are quite happy business people who enjoy(ed) his humor. Since he has turned to hawking his own books and playing games against his listeners (I’m not teasing you, sorry I let this segment go on too long, my fault, but I’m up against a hard break and have to cut you off), that humber might change.

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  15. Polar Vortex says:

    Trump always on message. Always gets his talking points out. The interviewers know he is campaigning but can’t stop him, because if they piss him off, he won’t come on their show. Go Trump.

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  16. DaveNY says:

    Handled!

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  17. Coast says:

    I wish Trump would speak to a slightly different message in these interviews. For example, the question “Why did Jeb lose?” should have been answered with…because Jeb was Jeb. He was weak on immigration and didn’t offer any solutions to the problems facing America. For example, when you look at what we are faced with….Millions of illegals, an unsecured border, massive debt and deficit, unemployment, terrorism on our shores, over-regulation, Obamacare and a destruction of insurance policies, poor treatment of our vets, weakness of our military, etc, etc….these problems were all created by politicians. In fact, politicians are the only people I know of who create massive national problems, and then ask to be re-elected. These people don’t solve problems…they only create them.
    That’s the spin I wish Trump would take….

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    • Sometimes it’s better to be gracious than be right, and it’s always best to be a gracious winner. Especially when Trump CAN. Upcoming elections he won’t be able to do so, as the fighting on the front will be heavy fire artillery and he will be a fierce fighting lion. If in the future Jeb comes up again, Trump will respond in kind. But what kind of person kicks a man when he’s down?

      Personally, I was most impressed by Trump’s grace and diplomacy. I would’ve been ashamed of him had he kicked a man when he was down, now THAT would be a BULLY and quite disgusting, and the mark of bad character.

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      • Coast says:

        My comment was not pointed at just Jeb…but at all the other standing candidates. Trump didn’t get where he is by playing nice…but he needs to point out more that the professional politicians are NOT going to solve problems. I think he was too soft in the interview.

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      • The Boss says:

        I’m rather certain Trump is responding to voter feedback collected by volunteer callers, and not just in the three states which voted already. The grace and diplomacy MQMC noticed is, I believe, precisely due to feedback from supporters and voters leaning in his direction, not because four media whores asked the exact same question this morning.

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        • Michelle says:

          Whatever his reasons were, I thought it worked well for the day after a big win. He got out some important themes, explained them well, and was gracious in an honest way about the other candidates, at least in the one I watched (Face the Nation). I thought he was excellent. Perfect. He has plenty of time to say more stuff this week.

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  18. joshua says:

    I am waiting for The Donald to state…OK, here’s the deal….Lobbiests are going to have to register and purchase a Permit to gain access to government employees and anyone on a government payroll. The permit will cost 250,000 dollars per person per year, and they must file contact reports for every contact with such a person, together with a transcript of the discussion and any gifts or perks provided at the time, and filing this will cost 500 dollars per filing and must be done and paid immediately within 48 hours of the contact. All proceeds from this program will be deposited in restricted lock box accounts for the payment of future social security benefits, until the amount equals the total of a ten year projected fund payout requirement. Failure to abide by this law will be a crime punishable by prison and a large fine on the lobby firm and all of its officers.

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    • What about lobbyists trying to get government off their back? What about homeschooling parent groups trying to get legal (laws) protections? I know most education stuff is done at state and local level, but still… What about small town residents lobbying for highway money to build a road around their town to get choking traffic out of there?
      My point is that not all lobbyists are trying to get goodies for their clients, but are attempting to protect said clients. OTOH, it is a nice game that some trade associations play, showing their clients that bad, evil other guys (you pick the enemy) are trying to get them and only the lobbyists’ expensive expertise can save them.

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  19. Trump interview with John Dickerson today Feb 21: FACE THE NATION
    Donald Trump: “I never questioned” Ted Cruz’s faith [and other subjects]
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/donald-trump-i-never-questioned-ted-cruzs-faith/

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    • Backspin says:

      Crapweasel networks …. all gotcha’ questions ,all the time. I noticed many years ago , the nightly newzz on all networks were reading nearly the exact same copy .. AT the SAME time in each show !! You can switch channels … and the bastards finish each others sentences. Same 3 or 4 stories followed with a light happy Puff-Piece … Yikes. Predictable. – Zappa was right , they are Slime.

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  20. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I watched 3 of these interviews today. The worst one was Chris Wallace. He had a smirk on his face the entire time and was laughing at him a couple of times. For instance, when he asked him if he was going to show up at the next Fox debate. There were a couple of times I wanted to smack the smirk off of his face. I only watched it to see Trump. I don’t watch FOX anymore. As soon as it was over, I turned it off!

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  21. susiepuma says:

    I’m so glad I dumped my Cable TV…..these idiot talking heads could all be the same person …same questions, over and over and over again……………….are they brain dead? They can’t remember the answers. Isn’t that why they have research assistants – to help them remember the same crap over and over and over again………………….Poor Donald – he should say I am copying robot rubio and just play a tape………………………to the idiots……………………of course, they are so brain dead they would miss the point completely……………….

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  22. darcy says:

    Trump, on releasing records.
    Why do you have zero interest in Obama’s records? Not now, not ever.
    Disgusting.
    I’d for sure use the issue as a skewer into Obama’s neck.

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    • judyw says:

      You can bet the Obama “reckoning” is coming and will include many people including Pelosi who certified him in 2008 as eligible to be President when the HI State Democratic Chairman refused to do so. Likely the reason for the recent purchase of a seaside mansion in Dubai. UAE is a non-extradition country. The down-payment for the Obamas was made by the Podesta Group and a law firm in Saudi Arabia handled the legal work

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    • wheatietoo says:

      It has been deemed “RACIST!!!” to question anything about the messiah, Barky.

      Our betters have spoken. You must be silent.

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  23. Sandra says:

    I’m shocked, Jake Tapper did a really fair interview. He appeared to be unbiased, whether or not he is. It was refreshing. Trump did an awesome. I like his comment that being in real estate in Manhattan is easier than running for President. 🙂 Did Rubio really say it would be a good idea to have a brokered convention??? I have to look that one up.

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  24. Dixie says:

    YeeHaw ! As of tonight, another neighbor BITES THE DUST and has seen the light of Trump ! That’s two down and a dozen more to go……

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  25. Curry Worsham says:

    Hey Carl Cameron, there is no such thing as a second place win.

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  26. L1 says:

    I hope Trump wins because I think he can save the country…for a while. The problem is the Reagan problem. Unless it extends as a maximum beyond an 8 year hypothetical Trump presidency, it will only be that! An 8 year breath of fresh air before the uniparty regroups with a bigger strategy. This MUST go beyond Trump or its little more than a breather.

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  27. Curry Worsham says:

    Listening to Trump explain “I like the mandate”, I think he meant he was for “mandating” healthCARE for people who can’t afford it as in Medicaid. (“Nobody will die in the street.”) In contrast to mandating health INSURANCE for everyone as in Obamacare.

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  28. ezpz says:

    Even though it’s not news, I’m still stunned at the way all the talking heads – with few exceptions – across the board are all discussing how to take out Trump!

    The disrespect and sheer disdain for the people who support him is beyond sickening.

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    • Michelle says:

      I know! You don’t see articles about how anybody else “must be stopped.” Who says that??? However, I think it’s all good, as strange as that sounds.

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  30. DaveNY says:

    I see in these interview Trump taking it easy on the competition and being nice to the also rans. It’s like he resets and gets back in counter puncher mode.

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  31. thesitrep says:

    Oh, they hear us alright, they are just in overdrive trying to foil us.
    This is our one chance to get this right.

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  32. Joe's Dad says:

    The first guy from cnn was okay. The last 3 were such snotty, rude, disrespectful, snide, beta-male rats. What scumbags. And what’s this “be safe out there on the campaign trail?” I’ve never heard that before. If anything happens to Trump, the establishment AND the media are the ones that better be safe out there

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  33. LoreneTN says:

    What’s with this asking for his tax returns? What other candidates have released their tax return? All of a sudden all of the media has decided to ask about this.

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  34. frjas says:

    Ok, I can’t stand Chris Wallace. I can tolerate George Snuffalupagus better. Can someone tell me, what is the obsession with having Mr. Trump release his tax records? And, do these media outlets collude? I swear ABC and Fox asked the same questions in the same order. What gives?

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