Donald Trump Post-Debate Interview With Michael Savage….

An interview earlier today with Donald Trump via Michael Savage:

Interesting idea Savage presents about how to pay for the Southern border wall.

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299 Responses to Donald Trump Post-Debate Interview With Michael Savage….

  1. screwauger says:

    Huh, wonder where Savage came up with that payment source?

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  2. upaces88 says:

    Everyone is making it way, way too hard to stop the Illegals from coming into this country as well as the way to send them packin’.
    Forget Ice…Forget Border Patrol.
    Go back to the old laws and put some fangs in it.
    IF you hire an Illegal, $25,000 fine after giving 30 days notice.
    IF you rent ahouse them, or sell a house to them, another $25,000 fine “per person”., They will be evicted; and they have to go back to Mexico.

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  3. Jack says:

    I think Mexican politicians are secretly terrified that the wall will interrupt the influx of money from the drug trade. Sure, officially they are against drug trafficking and there is tremendous violence and corruption tied to it, but the bottom line is that drug profits spent in Mexico and stimulate the legal economy.

    Michael Savage was railing against the conservative treehouse recently, but..hmm. I wonder where he got that idea for how to pay for the wall ?

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    • Rainer says:

      Michael Savage will tell you that everything is/was his original idea. He also laughs at his own jokes.

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      • conservativehippie says:

        i have to credit michael savage for transitioning me from a young liberal into a conservative all those years ago. I’ve lived in many ultra liberal places and as a conservative i felt so claustrophobic at times, especially in the work environment, where i had to play politics and watch what i said, always hiding my true political beliefs. i would get off work and turn on the radio for a dose of sanity coming through the speakers. he was my therapy.

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    • gpen says:

      I listened to his show and a caller called in an had that suggestion!! That how he came up with the idea!! Probably someone read it off of CTH.

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    • Serpentor says:

      When was he railing against CTH? I know Levin has. I’ve never heard Savage do that, and I listen pretty much everyday.

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      • swissik says:

        Savage has been on the air here in the SF Bay area since 1994 and we have been faithful listeners ever since. Occasionally we may miss something he says, but I would be quite sure that he never railed against CTH. In fact we believe he may follow it. He may get on people’s nerves with his bragging but we forgive him because of everything else he presents us with.

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    • judyw says:

      “Mexican politicians are secretly terrified” and the Pope is even more terrified of the donations drying up….don’t even think for one minute that his comment about Trump was anything but intentional..he is not uninformed…he is a Jesuit……follow the $….a lot of those Catholics illegals are protected as long as they keep their weekly donations flowing…my housekeeper can tell you many true stories of those relationships and she is legal….she went with me to vote for the first time…has been a citizen for 13 years…her motivation was the Pope’s comments about Trump. She wants a wall!

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  4. Dixie says:

    But the comment that literally jumped out at me was “Cruz has dignity”. Whut?! SMH.

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  5. Pete V says:

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  6. Eric L says:

    What Savage is discussing was already in Trump’s policy platform. The point is not paying for the wall, it’s ending illegal immigration. It’s not “deportation” it’s “self deportation.” The reason they are here is largely economic. Minimum wage here is a fortune back home, which is where the money goes. Their existence here is subsidized by taxpayers, who pay for housing, WIC, foodstamps, TANF, medical care, dental care, etc. Taxpayers are subsidizing a cheap labor source for some Republicans and a votes for Democrats.

    Anyone with a background in money laundering or financial crimes investigations will tell you seizing, heavily taxing or prohibiting wire transfers from the US into Mexico would significantly impact the desire for illegal immigrants to come here in the first place. They are “seeking a better life”…back home. Work a couple years here, retire in Mexico. I’ve worked in construction and landscaping and seen it time and again. There is a slightly higher standard of living for those who come here, even though they may live in what we consider poverty-level conditions. And by their standards they are getting rich here.

    Stop the flow of money across the border south, you’ll stop the flow of people across the border headed north.

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    • lmg says:

      Exactly. Savage said 4%, but if you make it punitively high like 45% the illegals will begin to self-deport because they can’t send enough money back home to make it worth while. You’d also pay for the wall in a year with money that would otherwise go to Mexico.

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    • Jayne says:

      I know a child in elementary school and her friends are talking about how their parents will have to “go home” if Trump is President.

      I also know another person here on a work visa who is taking citizenship classes because of Trump. He doesn’t want to be sent home.

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      • georgiafl says:

        The law is the law. It’s not America’s fault they came. it’s not American taxpayer’s responsibility to feed, house, clothe them and provide health care when 95 million citizens are out of jobs and the nation is in severe debt.

        What if they moved into your home or even your rental or vacation house without permission and refused to leave or pay rent?

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        • Jayne says:

          OK. Something missed in the translation of what I meant when I commented and what came across.

          I meant the comment to reflect how some are already making plans to either A) leave or B) become a citizen the proper way – even though Donald doesn’t have the office…Yet.

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          • jd7890 says:

            sorry Jayne – i misinterpreted what you were stating. I thought it was more in line with Trump’s position on immigration is going to cause hardship for illegals.

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          • Riddick says:

            I am sorry. I am an immigrant, make it a refugee from way back to USSR and Brezhnev’s days, first batch allowed to leave.

            Please explain to me how taking citizenship classes somehow makes one eligible? Because simply crossing the border, illegally, into USA is a FELONY, as would overstaying a visa. And by current laws on books no one with CRIMINAL RECORD is allowed to get legal status. I do know some with criminal records in then USSR (or Communist Party members) were turned down on their applications while we all filed all the proper paperwork and awaited Yes/No, in Italy. Before we ever set foot on American soil.

            All ILLEGALS are automatically FELONS and as such CANNOT EVER get legal status. By current laws. When did the law change?

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          • georgiafl says:

            Well, it is sad, and they will be unsettled for a time, but the families need to stay together until they get things right and submit to US law.

            We need to challenge the ‘anchor baby’ misreading of the Constitution.

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        • DMorgan says:

          http://conservativetribune.com/squatters-soldiers-home/

          It really happened to this vet coming back from Iraq!

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      • lineabirgit says:

        i don’t see anything wrong with telling people they have to go home. if i overstay my tourist visa in norway they tell me to go home.

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      • American Nationalist says:

        95% of the world wants to come here. Are you going to allow that?

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        • Jayne says:

          No. Not understanding why you think I’m suggesting that?

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          • wheatietoo says:

            Because it sounded like a lament…it sounded so similar to what Open Border people are saying about the “poor children” who “shouldn’t be uprooted” and deported, “just because their parents are here illegally”.

            I know you didn’t mean it that way…but that’s probably why people thought that’s what you were suggesting.

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        • jd7890 says:

          yep – america is not responsible to save everyone. we need to be generous and caring with the wealth God has blessed this nation with but that doesn’t mean we have to have open borders.

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          • flova says:

            Yes. I will use an analogy here. A true one.

            My brother-in-law practically bankrupted us. He was a nice guy but a bad alcoholic. My husband felt sorry for him because when they were kids his brother always looked out for him. It was a strong psychological and emotional tie that made him keep helping him.

            But the more money we gave him to save him from being evicted, or the jobs my husband lined up for him eventually did no good. Finally, I set a boundary. No more money and no more housing. We had to ‘deport’ him. He didn’t want to follow the rules.

            So it was either we end up on the streets or cut him off.

            America is in the same boat. We are $19 trillion in debt, no jobs, wiped out savings, illegals breaking the law, getting freebies, and companies hauling ass to Mexico, India, China, etc leaving us destitute.

            Then we have the choom gang addict himself taking all of our money from the U.S. Treasury and doing to the working and middle classes what my brother-in-law was doing to us.

            Time to stop enabling this bs and cut them(illegals) off.

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          • KitKat says:

            Enabling people to learn honesty is one of the best and most Christian things you can do for a person, or that a parent can do for a child. Enabling dishonesty harms people..

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      • jd7890 says:

        In japan they will track you down if you overstay. They don’t want their culture watered down which is understandable. it’s difficult to get them to allow you to be approved to stay longer – they only allow you to stay if you have something significant that they want or need – where you can contribute to their society. AND you must assimilate to their culture.

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      • Hang in there Jayne, you’re pointing out how trump is already making a difference.
        These guys are reading you wrong, don’t hold it against them.
        Trump 2016

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    • Beenthere says:

      I can attest that what you say is 100% true in my town & probably state!!

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    • NCPatrick says:

      Well said Eric! It seems very logical to me.

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    • tz says:

      HSBC was laundering for the drug cartels. They paid a small for them fine. I think there’s half the wall in the US banks looking the other way.

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    • kimosaabe says:

      Apparently Americans should live like Third Worlders in order to accommodate and be able to compete for work with the invaders. Those landscapers/yard boys/roofers/drywallers come here and gang up a dozen or so to a room for a flop house so they can send our American dollars back to the adobes in Mexico and Guatemala. Money directly transferred from our economy to the third world to the tune of $25 BILLION plus per year. The only reason those corrupt Third World Governments can keep their stranglehold on power is because America is their safety valve both for their disaffected muchachos and because of all the $$$ that flow in from the USA. Once we shut off that safety valve and money train, send back their 20 million muchachos…they face revolution. And that is EXACTLY what will happen.

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  7. Savage is an insufferable fool. I don’t care he supports Trump. Cruz has no dignity. This man used to be #2 or #3 show in America, right? The last time I checked, he is barely holding on to #5. People don’t tune in to hear meatball recipes and how great Michael is and how great his cars are. It’s great to have variety, but when you call anyone who comes on your show great, or you call someone smart one day, idiot the other, dignified the next day, and moron on the same day, I am sorry. That’s is just trash radio. Michael Savage is the master of trash radio.

    I used to listen to this guy instead of Levin when they were head to head. But his show is not really not good to listen to anymore.

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  8. georgiafl says:

    Another Donald Trump good deed:

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    • justfactsplz says:

      That was to help the military vet who was imprisoned in Mexico that Greta helped to get out of jail.

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    • I bet there are many many more of those acts of generosity and kindness by Trump we don’t know about. In fact, many of the politicians and celebrities he’s helped over the years, some entertainers who were hitting hard times he helped out and remains quiet about it so he doesn’t shame them. However, the ingrates that shoot their mouths off and attack him for media attention, Trump will call them out on it.

      When Rand Paul went richter on Trump making fun of his hair and his life, it was sad to find out that Trump had given him I think $10,000 or $20,000 or it could’ve been more. IMO, that made Rand look like an ungrateful con man. A user. Trump has given to many of the very same politicians that are plotting against him to ruin him. Despicable.

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      • tampa2 says:

        MoniQ, we have hearts but not necessarily the same resources. But we try just the same. Bless you.

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      • JJ says:

        Don’t forget the story that has been printed about helping the farmer –Trump and his wife had car trouble and noone would stop to help–finally this man and woman stopped, helped and Trump learned about the foreclosure and paid the mortgage.
        True, since I read the daughter talking about it.

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        • wanthetruth says:

          You’ve got two different occasions melded there. One was when the man stopped to help Trump. Donald asked what he could do for him, the man said send my wife some flowers. Trump did, but also paid off their mortgage.

          The other circumstance was when he heard about the farmer who killed himself so insurance money could save their farm but it wasn’t enough – they were still going to lose it. Trump tried to renegotiate the loan but he said the bank wouldn’t cooperative, so he took care of it – that’s the rally one where the farmer’s daughter spoke.

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      • Polar vortex says:

        All politicians have to attack their donors to give the impression that the donor money didn’t buy them, thus trying to refute Trump’s argument that they are bought and paid for. Clinton attacks Wall Street all the time and they are her biggest donors. It’s all part of the game

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  9. lmg says:

    I sense a sweep coming on Tuesday. Cruz is setting up headquarters inside the Alamo with Glenn Beck, Dana Loesch, and lots of survival food and gold coins. Trump is ahead everywhere but Texas, where he’s tied. He will dominate the discussion between now and Super Tuesday and win them all.

    I hope he takes the T-bird up to Alaska for a rally with Sarah Palin. That would be cool.

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  10. bekfl says:

    Hmmm,….4% money transfer fee. I’ve heard that idea before!🙂

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  11. georgiafl says:

    From Andrea Tantaros (Have to admit I agree with her!)

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  12. Howie says:

    I have exempted all talk radio from my day. I think it has been exposed as simple shilling. Boring.

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  13. Daz says:

    Eh, it good that this Savage character likes Trump (we all do) however he reminds me an overzealous Justin bebeir fan. Will say or do anything to get some Trump”s spotlight on him.

    “I won’t show up at the dinner if you don’t Donald ”

    If I was Trump I’d hide my schedule from this guy.

    anyways the tax on wire transfers was Sundance” ‘s idea. Seems Savage is snopping on here stealing ideas

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    • I wrote a lot about animals in the past. One time I heard Savage speaking and I knew he had read some of my stuff. Also, I’ve seen other writers do this with stuff both that I’ve written and others on CTH have written as well. The snake poem is one such example.

      But we must remember no one owns ideas and the whole purpose of ideas is to share!

      Unless, someone takes them in whole and puts them in a book or product and makes money on them without giving credit, then that becomes stealing.

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      • omg! oops! sorry. CORRECTION: no, not the snake poem. i don’t know why i typed that, probably because it was from the rally. no, what i meant to say was the article by that blogger that Trump read in rebuttal to the National Review people. and i want to clarify he did not steal anything, just there were unique ideas in there that i recognized from things we’ve written on CTH. and i have no problem with that because as i said ideas are meant to SHARE🙂 that blogger did a great job and deserves full credit for his article, it’s just that i recognized some of the ideas from here.

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    • jimbob says:

      anyways the tax on wire transfers was Sundance” ‘s idea. Seems Savage is snopping on here stealing ideas.

      Where did you ever get the idea that that originated with Sundance? Folks have been talking about that since Bush tried to ram amnesty down our throats. Oklahoma has already been doing it for years now.

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  14. georgiafl says:

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  15. Savage has been whining about Trump’s advisors apparrently telling him to avoid his show. The interview today was good, but Savage was fan boying a little too much.

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  16. Daz says:

    Sorry I disagree. Sharing idea’s are fine. But Savage is making it out the whole “tax wire transfer” was his and his groupies idea.

    The first I read of this idea was by Sundance. unless Savage can prove otherwise or I’ve been misinformed somewhere.

    Give credit where credit is due. IMO

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    • Lulu says:

      People have been talking about that for years – it’s brought up every time immigration becomes a topic along with drying up the jobs and or welfare to make them self deport. A couple of towns even tried making it illegal to rent to illegals but the courts shot that down. There really are not very many “New” ideas when it comes to politics.

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      • jimbob says:

        There really are not very many “New” ideas when it comes to politics.

        Some people believe history began at the beginning of the Trump campaign, lol.

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  17. Trumped says:

    Its good that it got more exposure, thats what matters.

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  18. Howie says:

    Georgia is going to blow it wide open in Valdosta on Monday. He is already at 50% in Georgia new poll today. Georgia is the first state to poll over 50% It is brilliant to go to Valdosta Georgia for the last rally before the South votes. Watch and learn.

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    • Howie says:

      Just a guess….no info…but…if Sessions is going to board…Valdosta is where he will do it. Now this is just a guess.

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    • redlegleader68 says:

      Howie, nice take. Being a GA native let me suggest a quick map search. You’ll find Valdosta down at the “bottom” of I-75 on the way to FLA: Gainesville (UofFA) off to the left, and Tallahassee (Marcocito’s only job address of any significance) to the right. And, bonus, the panhandle of FL is very conservative. Oh, and the “red neck riviera” is just a bit over to the right (don’t tell anybody!!) When you hear one of us Southerns mention I’m going to “LA” if’s not in California! (“Lower Alabama”) Just sayin’…😉

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  19. Here’s the thing about financing the wall. We are in the campaign stage here and Trump has a double game to play. He’s not necessarily making finished policy proposals. He wants the wall to reinforce his fair trade policies. Taxing the remittances of people sending money to Mexico will negatively impact legal Latinos who are considering voting Trump, while discussing the trade deficit allows Trump to build up his economic nationalism case for lowering or eliminating these deficits. This is why he always links the wall with the trade deficit.

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    • Howie says:

      I prefer a toll for inbound people and vehicles. Or any of a myriad of ways. I see your point. In any case it will be easy to make Mexico pay for the wall. Fergit Savage IMO. This is much bigger than talk radio. But, The Wall Shall Be Built! I will buy a brick if I can put my name on it.

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  20. kenramsey says:

    It will be interesting to see how Trump does in Virginia. He’s going to blow out much of the state, but he will do poorly in government dominated northern Virginia. Unfortunately northern Virginia has been dragging the rest of the state with it, under protest. That’s how we got Gov. Terry McAuliffe, the carpetbagger. We need to overcome that. What is good for northern Virginia is bad for the rest of the state, and indeed bad for the rest of the nation as matter of fact.

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  21. Nick says:

    I do not understand why lots of the people on this site are bashing Savage. I have his books, I listen to his show, I like the guy. Sure he is not always consistent, but for crying out loud, he has talked for 3 hours straight for 20+ years. One thing I know is he was the first major “conservative” media figure to attack the W. Bush ways. I don’t agree with him 100%, but he is for real, and He is persona non grata within the media. Honestly a lot of the trash talk against him I see on these posts are similar to the trash talk I see against Trump on other sites. By the way, if you remember correctly, he had Trump on his show before the 2012 election, almost begging Trump to run. And don’t forget, his one of his original slogans “Only a more savage nation can survive.”

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    • Howie says:

      I just care less about talk radio now. I do my own research. I used to like like it too. I don’t mind it. Beats FOX News.🙂

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      • Nick says:

        I agree, I do my own research and since Bush (I was younger and more foolish) I promise not to be duped again, but I sit in traffic and listen to Savage. He is much better than most, although some of the local guys in Los Angeles are pretty good. Anyway, I know not to trust anyone at face value, especially on talk radio, but Savage is as real/independent as they get…except maybe Alex Jones.

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    • Because talk radio has supported people who are not conservatives or are globalists. Nobody is disputing that he is the strongest supporter of Trump on the radio. But that does not make him saint.

      We need some honesty in this country. Accountability. That means holding the feet of our friends to fire.

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      • Nick says:

        I appreciate your response and understand what you are saying. I agree, accountability is key, the biggest loser, or whatever you want to call him, in my mind is Rush…I don’t know why, but it is so clear now, his game. He jumps from anti establishment to subtly for it, then full blown “we need to support Mitt” or McCain, or whoever the POS at the moment is. Now, we have Trump and he folds and starts loving Cruz. Good bye Rush, and to think I stuck up for you when you had your drug problem….just like I stuck up for Romney when he had his tax return problem…LOSERS!!!! Except Savage, he is still cool (although, I do not drink everything he gives me with out making sure it is healthy first🙂 )

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    • shallbe4 says:

      I agree with you. I like Savage as well. Interesting that Trump and Rush used to be friends and now Rush is working to destroy him. Dumped Rush and now I listen to Savage. Savage is honored to have Trump on his show.

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      • Americat says:

        Yes:)… and that’s how we, too, came to listen to Savage. Trump seems relaxed and comfortable when they talk on air. We’re happy Savage is helping to get Trump’s message out across the airwaves.

        Also, Savage has been appropriately attentive and curious as to the details of Justice Scalia’s passing. Prayers for security and safety and health….

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    • kimosaabe says:

      Agree with you on Savage. I don’t get the hate from the Treepers. Rather shocked by it all. Does not compute.

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  22. Bull Durham says:

    After Vincente Fox called Trump a Hitler, why are we not organizing a complete boycott of everything Mexican? He has to give a complete apology on TV, CNN, where he stated this to Anderson Cooper.

    I will not buy a vegetable from these f*ckers or anything marked from Mexico until he apologizes.

    And then he can do a second one to America for insulting all of us about our Wall for which Mexico is going to pay.

    Boycott Mexico!!

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  23. Howie says:

    The fear…just think about it…with the presidency comes…the power of the pardon. This is the greatest fear of the enemy. Think about it. It is the greatest power the president has over the domestic enemy. It rules the day over the courts and the legislature and all other crapola. Imagine Trump weilding it. G’day.
    Pardon Power
    The president is given the power under the Constitution to “grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment.” The president may grant a full pardon to a person accused or convicted of a federal crime, releasing the person from any punishment and restoring her or his Civil Rights. The president may also issue conditional pardons that forgive the convicted person in part, reduce a penalty a specified number of years, or alter a penalty with conditions.
    A pardon is generally a private transaction between the president and an individual. However, in 1977, President jimmy carter granted an Amnesty that was, in effect, a blanket pardon to those who were either deserters or draft evaders during the Vietnam War.

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  24. American Dream 12 says:

    Maine Governor Lepage endorses Donald Trump!!! THREE LIONS!!!

    The remarkable life of Governor Lepage
    http://maine.gov/governor/lepage/about/index.shtml

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    • Spaz says:

      I was thrilled to see that too – he’s the governor that the media attacked for daring to say that drug dealers from Mass were coming up there & knocking up young (white) Maine girls & then taking off.

      But even more interestingly, both LePage AND Christie quarantined the dreaded Ebola nurse, Kaci Hickox.

      http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/29/health/us-ebola/index.html

      And they both endorsed Trump on the same day – hmmmm…..I like it!

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  25. thesitrep says:

    What will best awesome is when just after Trump is elected before the inauguration, a mass exidus starts flowing south. You see, some folks are gonna wanna get in early to get the best arrangements back in their Pueblo and villas.
    then all we have to do is start raiding about 3 or 4 companies per week and fining and criminally prosecuting those that hire illegals and the the tsunami of people fleeing will be incredible.

    I would like to see a volunteer tourism plan where people can go help build the wall.
    if I still lived in Texas, I’d gladly go spend a week or two filling sand bags or tieing rebar. It would be a hoot to contribute and tell my grand kids about it.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      I like the sponsored bricks or tiles on the wall.
      Like Ellis Island. Name plates for relatives or any immigrant that came legally.
      I’m sure millions of legals would want their name on the Wall near the doors.

      And sponsor some beautiful mural artwork.

      The Wall should not be an ugly thing. It should resonate the cultures of the Southern Border.

      Turn what seems at first to be bleak and stark and negative into a positive.

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      • PreNanny says:

        Murals on wall? sounds like graffiti to me.
        How about we espalier fruit trees all along it ( our side ) and let the Border Patrol harvest for snacks while on their rounds.
        Disclosure: am eating dried apple and pears while typing this but am sure in no way did this bias my suggestion😉

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      • NCPatrick says:

        If the wall is built under Donald J Trump’s auspices, I have no doubt it will be beautiful. I love the idea of the southern cultures .. maybe tiles that are so magnificent in Arizona and NM. And certainly a source for increased tourism as so many would want to see it for themselves. A fabulous kick start to the new America!

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  26. wheatietoo says:

    The idea of taxing money leaving the country is not a ‘new idea’.
    Politicians have been proposing it for years….but they get quiet about it after sufficient donations from globalists are stuffed into their pockets.

    What is a fairly new idea, is the idea of taxing just the cash sent to Mexico…and then earmarking those funds specifically for building the Wall.
    The whole idea of “Building a Wall” is something that Trump has talked about for a long time.

    Back when there was all that talk about “Build a Fence!”, there was talk about how we should “take some of that money that people are sending to Mexico” to fund the cost of the fence and maintaining it.
    Remember the ‘Fence’?

    Remember…”Where’s the Fence?”

    So it’s actually a good thing I think, for it not to be totally Donald Trump’s idea to tax the outflow of money sent to Mexico, to pay for the Wall!
    It makes Trump seem like less of a ‘meanie’ if it wasn’t totally his idea.

    What matters….is that DJTrump will be the one who will actually do it, because he has a history of building big things.

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  27. rebel53blog says:

    Everytime I see George H Bush I think of Ronald Reagan’s dislike for him. After a highly contested nomination Reagan took Bush as a VP due to GOP moderate draw & ability to bring votes from the Moderate states in New England & the Mid-Atlantic. Reagan was portrayed by the media and DNC as a right-wing war monger who would trigger nuclear war if elected. When Bush published his book he noted he was never invited to the Reagan’s personal quarters in the WH even though many others were, very telling……

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  28. Ma'iingankwe says:

    I believe Trump mentioned it in his last book as one of the ways to get Mexico to pay for the Wall. I’d look it up, but I borrowed it to a friend who has now borrowed it to another. It’s all good, we’re all in the same circle, so it should be easy enough to get back. Plus, if it garners a few extra votes for Trump, well it was well worth losing one book.

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  29. Susan Garner says:

    He also has been diagnosed with a form of Parkinsons.

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  30. Gail Combs says:

    The Bush family has always been interwoven with the Rockefeller Globalist family. Starting in the late 1800s with the father of Prescott Bush. By 1908 Samuel Bush took over from Frank Rockefeller as president of Buckeye Steel Castings Company, which produced gun barrels and railroad parts.

    Don’t forget the 1917 Congressional record that said “…In March, 1915, the J.P. Morgan interests, the steel, ship building and powder interests and their subsidiary organizations, got together 12 men high up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control generally the policy of the daily press in the United States…. This policy also included the suppression of everything in opposition to the wishes of the interests served. The effectiveness of this scheme has been conclusively demonstrated by the character of the stuff carried in the daily press throughout the country since March, 1915…….”

    More on the Bush family (Take with a large grain of salt.)
    http://prorev.com/bush2.htm

    https://www.intellihub.com/connections-between-economic-powers-and-nazi-germany-rockefellers-bush-family-and-more/

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  31. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Trump has a good chance of running the table now that Rubio has made a fool of himself and is done. The Christie endorsement neutralized the GOPe effort in the Thursday debate and the timing tells us, like Sundance says, that this was pre-planned.

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  32. Alicia Prettyman says:

    Taxing the wire transfers is a great idea, but cutting off.jobs, food stamps, welfare, healthcare and free legal services, is the first thing that needs to be done. This will force the moochers to self deport, back to where thwy came from.

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  33. Gail Combs says:

    Detonite has a newer post that is interesting
    http://detonite.com/huge-news-roger-stone-confirms-cruz-begging-for-scotus/“>

    “…According to Stone, Cruz tried to get the deal with Rubio, who turned him down, and then tried to get the deal with Trump – who told him hell no….”

    Infowars has the video which I can not watch on my very old computer.

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  34. kimosaabe says:

    Hey y’all…is there at least ONE thing we can all agree on? Anything less than deportation is amnesty‼️ Or am I gonna get blowback on that simple fact❓

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  35. Bridgette Anne Browning says:

    Donald Trump IS Presidential! Build the wall, Military, infrastructure, STOP Isis, save our Veterans, Seniors, babies, bring money back to US, reduce taxes, create jobs, balance the budget! Defeat Hillary Clinton’s Liberalism agenda, Obama’s failed policies, Benghazi : Ambassador Chris Stevens, Navy Seals died on her watch, erased 30K classified emails, supports Planned Parenthood selling aborted baby parts, ginormous lies, hates the Military and Veterans! PRAY! #StayAlertStayAwakeStayAlive! #WeAreAtWar! MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

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  36. Jacqueline Sanabria says:

    I am Mike Savage. We Americans are all Mike Savage. Hillary is unfit to be President because she has Parkinson’s disease.

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