Candidate Donald Trump Town Hall With Sean Hannity – (Full Video)…

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232 Responses to Candidate Donald Trump Town Hall With Sean Hannity – (Full Video)…

  1. Boom – Ted’s deceptive establishment connections are about to go viral with your help… It’s about time!

    Top story from Drudge:
    The Real Ted Cruz Part2 – By Roger stone

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  2. cardinalmike says:

    A great new poll:

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  3. Eris says:

    I see CNN on it’s home page is doing its part to play gotcha with Mr. Trump going into tonight’s debate:

    My take is that it’s a grey area since the relationship between the Trump modeling agency and its models is that of agent to client. It’s also ridiculous to expect Mr. Trump to be aware of the work visa details that’s handled by the model agency’s lawyers and management staff. Of course the whole work visas issue is really easy to distort so they’re continuing to run with it. Hopefully Mr. Trump has a counter to this.

    I do expect the Democrat trial lawyers to find anyway they can to file lawsuits against Mr. Trump’s companies to try to create bad news during the general election.


    • truthseekerr says:

      everything is always a set-up to hurt him. Imagine what would happen if the media just did it’s job!


    • joshua says:

      simple…not everyone that signs on to be a model, and actor, or a free lance writer is going to always get work….especially if they turn out not to be very good. that is the free market working….the people that hire them make CHOICES, and an agent makes nothing if their model or actor does not get hired. that is the business….no matter where a person comes from to America or to any place hiring these types of contract workers.


  4. Linda says:

    Don’t know if this has been posted before, but Diana West has an article that connects the dots with all the Bush people now joining the Cruz campaign. Most of them are open borders people:

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  5. Rev21v3n4 says:

    I made it through most of the Anderson interview and finally had to give it up. What an absolute jerk he is. Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! These people make me CRAZY!

    Ok…rant off now. Whew!


  6. Mike says:

    Seems like Lying Ted has got to be crushed by the weight of his own lies, sooner or later. Just about everyone is talking about his pattern, at this point, at least.

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  7. achrysanthemum says:

    Anybody else come across people who refuse to consider Trump because he is unChristian or unprincipled? It is SO frustrating. I am a Christian so I do not agree with Trump on everything, but we have to understand that we are voting in a SECULAR leader not a religious one. It is even worse when you can see how Republicans use religion as a way to disguise their deception and betrayal on so many other issues.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      I don’t know of one theological or liturgical or dogma issue Trump has spoken about or written anything about.

      He has stated he is a good Christian, he wants the Christians to organize, he will protect the Christians from Islamic terrorists, he will counter all domestic efforts to silence Christianity.

      If some social or legal issues like abortion touch religious beliefs, they are ultimately, in a nation where Rule of Law is the social contract, Trump is with the law and the Constitution.

      All this religious stuff is divisive. Many evangelicals have come to that decision and have saved the day for the rest of us. They are the backbone of Trump’s campaign. They have not taken the bait, state after state. I salute all those who put the Nation in front and who hold fast to their religion in their churches and in their hearts. They are helping us unite.

      Trump is as strong and ethical as any candidate we have seen in our lives. He’s a regular guy with terrific children and he knows how to get things done. He has a moral compass as good as anyone. He brags on his accomplishments and is silent and humble on his charitable and good Samaritan efforts. I like that in a person.

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      • LM says:

        I am a Christian and have been told that because I am I must vote for Cruz. I have researched him extensively and it has strengthened my resolve that as a Christian, I cannot support someone who says he is and is dishonest (Trump will end the 2nd amendment etc.) and unkind. (i.e KKK, Hitler).

        Jesus, the incarnation of the love and compassion of God, spent His time on earth reaching out to imperfect people. I reject the opinions of those who feel that they, themselves, are perfect.

        There is Christian genocide occurring now and I am incredulous at the silence of the church. Donald Trump has not been silent and he has promised to help.
        Remember the story of the good Samaritan?

        Finally, I would say to those who say that Mr. Trump is not “strong” on abortion….we have been voting politicians in for 40 years because of their stance on abortion. How has that been working out for us? I will take Mr. Trump on his word that he will not fund it. I will leave looking into his heart to the Lord,

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    • Big D says:

      I don’t agree with Trump on everything either. For example, you do not cook a piece of beef well done. You just don’t do it man !

      Only a liar, or a fool agrees with anybody 100 % of the time.

      Now let’s consider what voting for ‘pro life’ candidates all these years has yielded…..

      Yeah, no matter how much of the gov’t they controlled those gosh darned rascally liberals somehow always managed to keep them at bay, going all the way back to 1994.

      Oh sure they hold a press conference, with their sad faces and fold their hands…… and ‘you’ know they did all they could do to end the genocide but…… Hey, they held their show vote and we just need to get more of them in there and that will surely end it ! ( God Bless America and be sure to salute your Chinese made American flag ).

      The ryan omnibus should have settled it for everyone.
      They aren’t gonna do a damn thing to stop abortion and in fact will do everything to fund it fully.

      Lots of money to be made in the sale of human beings.

      I don’t know about you, but if I find myself bleeding out in a ditch from being robbed and beaten, I’d prefer to have the Good Samaritan come along rather than the likes of John Hagee, or Kenny Copeland ( for example ).

      Enough of the straw men and obfuscation.
      The devil comes as an Angel of Light and he knows Scripture better than most professing Christians.

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  8. achrysanthemum says:

    Trump better have his answer down solid on these STEM/Hb1 visa questions. No room for error.

    Still, these stories do seem a little like they’re grasping at straws. Praying the debate goes well tonight.


  9. Mike says:

    I noticed at the beginning of the Hannity Interview, Trump took the time to shake the hands of the “little people” who looked to be working offstage. Then he took the time to shake a few hands before going up to the stage to do the interview. During the interview, when audience members shouted stuff at him, he’d answer back and kept the audience in the loop the whole.time. Like it wasn’t the Trump and Hannity show, it was the Trump, Hannity and the audience show.

    I don’t know why, but that touched and impressed me greatly.

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  10. rashamon says:

    OK, Illinois, a reminder to question some of the people who have signed up for being statewide Trump supporters/organizers and are now ignoring or refusing to respond to pleas for people, signage, general support to meet, what appears to be, heavy interest in his campaign.

    I have my own list from many years of campaigning, but — part of my cynicism — check in on those who e-mail as part of the Trump campaign. I have my doubts; they are shadow-boxing. They balloon, balloon, balloon figures — then dump them into another bin for the RNC aka GOPe.

    Also, I’ve received heavy e-mails that lead back to the RNC through various sub-corps/PACs. These are not Trump friendly people. Send support and buy through — no other. ONLY.

    Right? Right.

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  11. Finch19 says:

    Wow…things are heating up fast in the Breitbart/Michelle Fields saga. GotNews posted the following, “We’re Calling Bulls**t on Michelle Fields”:


  12. Robert Pilchman says:


    GOP Majority Voters in Primary are Wayyyyyy Beneath Cruz, So Says Cruz…/cruz-says-trump-backers-have-relat…

    Calling GOP frontrunner supporters “low information” disengaged voters, Ted Cruz’s insinuation reeks of all the reasons America knows “the status quo has got to go.” The arrogance of career politicians is something at which the rest of us chuckle, but Cruz’s latest dig strays from humorous into downright nasty. Cruz is right, though – independent, America-first, commonsense conservatives supporting Donald Trump ARE “low information” when it comes to having any information on Cruz’s ability to expand the conservative movement, beat Hillary Clinton, unify and lead the nation.

    Where’s information on any Cruz success whilst in his short, half-term U.S. Senate seat, proving his resume’s advantage over another career politicians’s lawyerly executive inexperience that includes never having created a single private sector job, but boasting of his constitutional law teacher creds? (Remember America experimented with that resume before; how’d that work out for the country?)
    Where’s info on his reasoning in inviting more illegal aliens to flood our porous borders by enticing families with benefits and literal gifts (like teddy bears and soccer balls)?…/ted-cruz-visits-texa…/
    Any info on why he won’t denounce his highest-profile campaign buddy, despite Glenn Beck’s proclamation that he “hates” America’s innocent victims of 9/11 and calls the families crybabies?, nor hold accountable his campaign manager for abhorrent tactics that mirror Alinsky’s Politics of Personal Destruction?…/ted-cruz-adviser-admits-to-makin…/
    Info on why he continues to stand on stage with that most prominent supporter who slurs millions of patriotic Americans supporting the GOP frontrunner, calling them Nazi “brown shirts”?…/glenn-beck-loses-fans-an…/
    Info on consistency with his big endorsement this week, as Carly tells it like it is so very recently?
    “Ted Cruz is just like any other politician. He says one thing in Manhattan, he says another thing in Iowa. He says whatever he needs to say to get elected, and then he’s going to do as he pleases. I think people are tired of a political class that promises much and delivers much of the same.” – Carly Fiorina 1/2/16
    Info on his support for his crony capitalists’ insistence that he fast-track Obama’s unbalanced trade agenda, then lied about it?…/yes-unfortunately-te…/
    Info on why he’s fine with increasing U.S. debt?…/
    Info on how it helps make America great again by arrogantly disenfranchising this Primary season’s majority voters who are fed-up, inspired, optimistic, and engaged? How does it help unify the party or the nation when that holier-than-thou narcissism manifests itself through negative, biting, deceptive tactics… when he’s had so many opportunities to disavow his campaign’s shenanigans and apologize for his own?

    The information we’ve sought is nonexistent, thus “low information voters” comprising the GOP majority support Cruz staying in the Legislative branch, while hopefully gaining understanding of the private sector’s need to reduce the big government he’s a big part of.

    Trump’s energized, positive campaign has led to this record setting stat: of all 24 states that have voted so far, ALL smashed previous GOP turnout records! 4,347,317 votes nationwide for Trump already. Now THAT’S “enlarging the tent.” Any info, Ted, on where you think that “disengaged” momentum will take us?

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  13. maggiemoowho says:

    Rubios parents only became naturalized citzens in 1974, so that means they sponged off Americans for 18 years. They came to the US in 1956 and his Mom was working on and off in Cuba. I want to see Rubio’s parents tax returns.


  14. maggiemoowho says:

    Anyone remember when Rubio dropped Nancy Reagan. He only had one job to do and that was to walk her to her seat and he dropped her.


  15. maggiemoowho says:

    Sorry, I’ve been posting to the wrong thread.😳☺️ oops


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