Piers Morgan Interviews Donald Trump for British TV – Good Morning Britain…

In the wake of the terror attacks in Brussels, U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump talks to Piers Morgan for Good Morning Britain. The subject of the Brussels terrorist attacks was a key element to the discussion topic. The interview is below in two segments:

Part I

Part II

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148 Responses to Piers Morgan Interviews Donald Trump for British TV – Good Morning Britain…

  1. IfThenElse says:

    I recall listening to the Rush Limbaugh show one day and Mark Simone was guest hosting. He made a comment that stuck with me. It was very early in Trump’s campaign.
    He said that he had known Trump for many years and one thing about DJT is that he WINS PEOPLE OVER. That’s what he does.
    I remembered that and have watched it play out over the ensuing months. It is nothing short of incredible how he not only wins us over but gets us connected and locked in “to the death” so to speak.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      DJT needs to be winning over the GOPe and get those 1237 delegates.
      He needs to win Wisconsin. That does not look like what he is trying to do right now.
      Pennsylvania is not looking great. He has to win big everywhere.

      I don’t know what the campaign is doing in those states but when every enemy is lined up against you, you have to be active. I don’t see much going on.

      That’s the goal.

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      • IfThenElse says:

        Wisconsin is an open primary. Independents and Democrats can vote for DJT. That will help along with two or three good rallies, with or without agitators.

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        • Sentient says:

          There’s been talk of the RNC changing the rules to make delegates from open primary states non-pledged. Those rat bastards will destroy the party if they do.

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          • Joe says:

            What check is there on the rule changes? Who makes the rules? Who picks the people who make the rules?

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            • Sentient says:

              George Carlin: “It’s a big club and you ain’t in it.”

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            • jackphatz says:

              Isn’t it the state chairman of Republican Party? They are usually the true stinky bowels of the party.

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              • Yes, they are the ones that do the actual, you know, work. The bookkeeping, the lining up of candidates for everything from county dog catcher to governor. In the larger population states, they supervise the office staffs, the big donors, the volunteers, the precinct committee people, the elected officials who often believe they are superior to the political party that got them elected and no longer attend party meetings. Any state chairman could probably double this list.
                Jackphatz – if you don’t like your state chair, why don’t you run for the position…if you even know what to do and how to do it.

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          • Joe's Dad says:

            Those rat bastards themselves will get destroyed if they do.

            They’re supposed to be working for us.

            They’re supposed to be implementing the will of the people.

            And when they don’t, they’ve got to go. One way or another.

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            • Joe’s Dad – the state chairs of political parties are NOT working for you. They are working to keep the party apparatus functioning in between election seasons. To do that, if they are any good, they are making sure county party organizations are up to speed, and all the other things I outlined above.

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          • As a longtime hs and ms coach(and NCAA competitor),There is one thing that’s become very clear over the last eight years, and that D.Trump should know, and that is that the GOPe D.C. garden-party-‘set’, are paper-tigers; big-dried-up-rich-sissies. He only need only mildly threaten them, and they’ll fold like a pup-tent.

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            • —“Your comment is awaiting moderation.”—-

              Sorry, I shouldn’t have called them s*ssies, but maybe thought up some other, milder ad hominem insult🙂

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              • Wayne – in spite of what I said above, you are right in many cases. I do think that they would gladly step down in favor of a younger, more active, more committed person. When my Libertarian daughter got involved with the local Republican Party apparatus in Northern California, she was in her early 30s. She said everyone else was a white male in his 70 or higher. They were thrilled to have her help. She helped them win an issue election. One county over, without her, they tried to challenge the same issue and lost. This is what is called the ground game. Many people don’t have the stomach or the patience for it. You all should applaud not slam these people in both parties. It is post-election where most of the dirt starts to get spread around. But you can’t blame them for trying. I have known plenty in my little corner of the world.

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      • ripcurl2121 says:

        trump is winning just about everything and you are telling him what he needs to do LOL

        which campaign was it again u ran? i must have missed it

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        • Bull Durham says:

          Over-confidence and underestimating the enemy is Stupid, ripcurl.

          We don’t know what is going on behind scenes, if anything. But we do see nothing going into Wisconsin until Tuesday. And Pa.?

          It’s like losing Ohio. Oh, those 66 didn’t matter. Really?

          Then rest.

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          • Martin says:

            If Kasich drops out (he will), Trump get those 66 delegates. Not worried about Wisconsin or Pennsylvania. Trump will win those states.

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            • Sentient says:

              That’s not true. Ohio’s 66 delegates are lost to Trump. Oh, he could pick up a few on a 2nd ballot, but he’d be losing way more of his supposedly “pledged” delegates. He needs to win on the first ballot.

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            • hocuspocus13 says:

              Kasich…in his dream world…really believes he will win the election all the way to the WH

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            • KillingEmSoftly says:

              That’s a false narrative being spread about on these pages…I have found nothing that says that if the winner of Ohio drops out or suspends his campaign the delegates are automatically awarded to the 2nd place finisher…that wouldn’t make sense, essentially you’d be saying that there’s no chance the 3rd place finisher would have overtaken #2 if #1 wasn’t in the race…I’m pulling for Trump, but please stick to the actual facts.

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          • amjean says:

            You don’t know personally that the Trump Team
            is doing any such thing. In your world, the glass is
            half empty.

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          • Margaret-Ann says:

            I agree with you, Bill, and along with the withdrawal (this week) of not watching all the rallies and speeches, I have to wonder also. I think he is taking a much needed break (in public) but the wheels are turning behind the scenes. I don’t think Trump ever stops and he IS a family man. Hopefully he is spending a bit of time with his daughter.

            Of course, I am only guessing.😉

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          • paulraven1 says:

            I agree with Bull. And I’m not clear why some get so upset at suggestions and advice. If Trump has it in hand, then there’s no problem. If not, the more ideas the better.

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      • Mike H says:

        Wisconsin and PA are not true winner-take-all. It is WTA by precinct and who gets most of those gets at-large delegates. Trump does need to win 100% of either those 2 states, in fact by my projection he doesn’t need the overall of either. If he just does OK in those 2 states and wins all of the coastal and southern border states he will win 1259.

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        • Sentient says:

          There are a lot of states that are virtually unguessable: CT, RI, DE, MD,WA, OR, even CA.

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          • hocuspocus13 says:

            I’m glad to hear that many are questioning the Utah Caucus

            Voter Fraud…committed by the Cruz people once again

            Mailing out forms for Absentee Ballots 12 hours before Election Day which is against Utah laws

            Those ballots read vote for Ted Cruz

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          • citizen817 says:

            Maryland will go Trump. Just like the governors race…went Republican. Cruz doesn’t play here well.
            But you must be registered Republican to vote .

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            • AMD_Afficionado says:

              My relatives there, who (like John Bolton’s father) were long forced to be dems but are right-wingers, switched to Republican to vote Trump.

              Frustratingly, MD’s governor-who has a backstory strikingly similar to Trump’s and is best buds with Chris Christie-all but boarded the #neverTrump train off the cliff yesterday, going so far as to say that he’d probably vote for someone else if Trump is the nominee.

              The Donald needs to send Christie down to Annapolis on his private helicopter to knock some sense into Hogan.

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          • I’ll have info for you all on OR next Monday, if all goes well. Better than a poll – it will be an well-placed anonymous source. My guess right now? Cruz. I hope I’m wrong. I’m working hard on FB and there are some fierce pro-Trump people and only one pro-Cruz (who finally unfriended me, he got so mad), but I still think Cruz.

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      • Sentient says:

        Most of PA is direct election of delegates. Voters need to know which candidates for delegate are Trump supporters versus Cruz (or Rubio) supporters. NPR ran a story this morning saying that Trump has been lining up delegate candidates for months. Kasich has not. I would guess that Cruz has his delegates lined up. So the biggest challenge in PA will be for Trump to communicate to voters who “his” delegates are.

        Walker is not very popular in WI. Nor is Ryan outside of Wis1. If either one of those squishes endorses Cruz, Trump should just re-tweet their endorsement and add “Ted Cruz – ‘outsider’ my butt.”

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      • corimari2013 says:

        There is A LOT going on here in Wisconsin for the Trump campaign. Offices are set up, volunteers are enlisted and active, signs going up, daily e-mail communications from Team Trump with updates and events, and a big rally/townhall in Janesville March 29 where tickets are already ‘sold out’.

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      • I think the campaign is keeping a low profile at the moment due to the threats of protests, disruptions, etc. They do not want to let the opposition what and where they are going next.

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      • Patience. I think Mr. Trump knows what he is doing. Give him the benefit of the doubt that he will do everything he can to be elected. He’s been pushing it with back to back to back rallies for weeks. A little break isn’t bad.

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      • DT is going to be holding rally’s in Janesville, Wi next week, opening offices in Gaysmills and one other that cannot remember

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      • sean436 says:

        What you say has quite a bit of merit. It took me months to get in touch with the DJT campaign to help out and once I was in, I’m told to relax until the fall. There is a very very nice lady on CTH that works in the florida campaign and they had those gals and guys calling SC. There is almost no ground game whatsoever. Still, he won SC by a huge margin but in the marine corps we didn’t say to ourselves…relax, don’t worry, we’ll win in the end because it’s us. We simply didn’t. I fail to understand this lack.

        So many of us are depending on him to win. We in LE and MIL. And all of you that want more jobs and it seems like a half butt operation. Definitely shoestring, but that’s okay in itself. There are 10’s of thousands that would volunteer free time, office space, phone lines, you name it. I own a business and could dedicate a back room to a call center, for instance. All free of charge and there are thousands of us wanting to roll this hard and heavy. All free where he doesn’t spend a dime. I just don’t understand. His campaign could easily be 10 times larger at little cost, yet he doesn’t do it. If it was. he would be leading in WI and PA by double digits. So I am sticking in there but wish he would get his ground game on. We can’t do it for him because we don’t have the records to call, etc. We don’t have the endorsements to go on local TV and radio. We are helpless unless he activates a ground game.

        I feel your pain.

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      • Joe's Dad says:

        Pay no attention to the phony polls. They wanna make it look close so it’s easier for them to get away with vote fraud

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      • R-C says:

        If I earned a dime every time I’ve read, “Trump Needs To…” during this campaign, I could retired to Barbados with a nice hooch on the beach…

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      • ohnomrbill59 says:

        Wisconsin is winnable especially after today but He has Pennsylvania.
        Pennsylvania Primary – GOP – April 26 – 71 Delegates Trump 64% Cruz 25%
        Kasich 25%
        http://predictwise.com/politics/2016-president-primaries

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      • Finalage says:

        Let Trump be Trump.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      To the death or…. TO LIFE!!

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  2. FTWPHil says:

    FAUXNEWS ran a piece w/ Shep interviewing a guy in Brussels, and that guy said the neighborhood is tight knit and the investigation is slow moving.

    BOOM Trump wins again!

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  3. Peter says:

    So much improved over the blond fest yesterday…good grief, piers actually asked good questions and let the man speak.

    Bishop

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    • Mike H says:

      they go way back.

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    • bverwey says:

      I noticed that as well. Pierce actually asked for reasonable responses and opinions to current events.

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    • AMD_Afficionado says:

      I’ve never seen Musket Morgan so civilised. I didn’t know he had it in him.

      When I think of him, I think of spectacles like his spat with Shapiro over the “little book”…though knowing what I now know about Shapiro, I can’t hold that incident against ole Musket as strongly as I used to…

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  4. Bull Durham says:

    This man Trump sounds full of common sense. Obviously, he baffles the morons and dolts of not only the US voting public but others who label common sense ideas as racist, bigoted and irrational.

    Well, you have to realize that Liberals have dumbed down not only the US population but all of Europe. Those clowns on the other side of the Atlantic have invited in millions of strangers and now have embedded their own murderers deep into their society. Genius of them. Beyond that fact, they also don’t have a friggin clue what to do about it.

    So, they gave Turkey $3 Billion dollars instead of building safe zones in Syria. They could have worked with the Russians and established zones for refugees but they listen to Obama who still wants to overthrow Assad.

    And they financed the Turks who have been working with ISIS on the oil sales.

    Europe is a lost cause. We need to watch out for our own nation.

    Trump 2016. Common Sense, Sovereignty and Make America Great Again.

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    • NBC_Vic_Hern says:

      Yes,
      And some of these former European Powers had Colonies in those Muslim Countries.
      How could they NOT KNOW who and what they are?
      Riddle me THAT!!!!

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    • Apfelcobbler says:

      Absolutely. Turkey is key to ISIS success – specifically Erdogan.

      Trump is the only candidate that can even accurately assess the geopolitical situation and call a spade a spade. The Russians are our natural allies. Hillary and Kasich want a war with Russia.

      During one of the debates Jeb! said he would bomb the truck drivers (carrying oil). But being the NWO globalist he is, he is in bed with Erdogan and is not willing to single out Turkey. Traitor Jeb!

      Common Sense Trump 2016

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  5. rashamon says:

    Somebody must have knock AT on the side of the head. Finally finally finally! An article that makes sense:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/03/why_i_like_don_comments.html#disqus_thread

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  6. hocuspocus13 says:

    Donald Trump talks about how “we” are in this together…I never feel like I’m in this battle for America alone… 🇺🇸

    Getting back to the Brussel’s Bombers at least one of them were deported back to Brussels from Turkey but it appears that after he arrived in Brussels he walked free

    The authorities should have locked him up behind bars it may have saved lives…

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  7. Willy says:

    Michael Savage – banned in britain. Borders, language, culture.

    Donald Trump – banned in britain. Make America great again.

    Didn’t we fight a war to rid ourselves of these people a while ago?

    If the rest of the world wants to commit suicide, stand back and let them… don’t import it here.

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    • joebal says:

      lets send in the marines.. oh and I we know which one little “teddy” cruz is..

      the one who couldn’t cut it..

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    • AdamSelene says:

      Humanity only has one hope, one tiny bit of reason. That flickering little light in the darkness is Western Civilization. I don’t want to see it go out. I hope Britain can be saved, but sadly it must save itself.

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    • Donald Trump – NOT banned in Britain. That was on the videos kindly provided by Sundance. I can’t remember whether it was #1 or #2, but they covered that thoroughly.

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  8. Dick Albright says:

    British “Sean & Megyn” (Could be her younger, prettier sis) with normal inquiries…answered “Presidentially” & logically by Don…with strategy.

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  9. notsothoreau says:

    DJT is transitioning to being Presidential. It’s showing the contrast between him and Obama.

    I wanted to post this here, because it’s an important speech from the leader of Hungary. If we don’t spread this around, most people won’t know that Hungary is pushing back.

    http://gatesofvienna.net/2016/03/the-full-text-of-viktor-orbans-speech/

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    • AMD_Afficionado says:

      Hopefully President Trump can make up for Ike’s failure and find some way to give Hungary an edge as they stand up to the onslaught of communism again.

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  10. SD thanks for posting this! Never used to like Pierce but has become reasonable and tolerable!

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  11. bob e says:

    really tired of news jerks trying to trip up trump & get some great live
    scoop. this limey pimp has no integrity, as is with every journo i have seen ..

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  12. Crassus says:

    Yeah, but what’s Trump’s view about Arsene Wenger remaining as Manager of the Arsenal soccer club? I’m surprised Piers Morgan (a big Arsenal fan) didn’t ask him that.

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  13. “Brussels Mastermind Captured by Syrian Kurds” at Veterans Today

    Controlled by Erdogan, managed by Turkish smuggling rings, one out of every hundred refugees is a terrorist, many trained ISIS suicide bombers, planning US convention attacks. This is far nastier than reported, “AE911-Larry” also at VT on Lucky Larry and his $4.5 billion WTC jackpot.

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  14. MD says:

    Piers, How’s that “Gun Control Thingy” goin for you over there now?
    We Vulgarians are PHDs in Human Nature and can smell tyranny 3500 miles away.
    Please get your neighbors (EU) crap together, We are tired of bailing them out. It has only been about 74 years……

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  15. freeperjim says:

    Trump has next rally in Janesville, WI on Tuesday. I’d love to see Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke at the rally supporting Trump.

    WI is very important for Trump to win and stop any LuzeCruz momentum and move forward to 1237.

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    • rashamon says:

      Glad you reminded me. I’m e-mailing Sheriff Clarke to ask his support for Mr. Trump. I’ve already e-mailed and received an acknowledgement from Gov. Walker, who hates Liz Mair as much as we do (and she didn’t have a chance in the one day — less than 24-hours — she worked for him to send out compromising photos of anyone.).

      If Trump supporters can come out for Illinois, they can win Wisconsin, too.

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    • Sentient says:

      That’s barely 90 minutes NW of Chicago. On the one hand, I hope the Soros-funded agitators stay away. On the other hand, I hope they show up and embarrass themselves. I also hope Trump has a YUGE turnout – much bigger than anything Paul RINO has ever drawn. Ryan needs to know that even in Wisconsin’s 1st District, Trump is popular. Does Paul RINO has a primary challenger yet?

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  16. freeperjim says:

    Trump Revolution Could Be More Incredible Than Reagan Revolution

    http://townhall.com/columnists/nickadams/2016/03/23/trump-revolution-could-be-more-incredible-than-reagan-revolution-n2138333/page/full

    VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

    Excerpts:
    While it may have been unimaginable to generations of America that lived through the Carter years, America is in much worse shape than she was then.

    Seven years of a president that has deliberately diminished America at home and abroad, in accordance with his worldview, beginning and ending with apology tours, has taken its toll.

    Patriotism has become politically-incorrect, and libelling America at will has become acceptable. Believing in American exceptionalism is now considered culturally-obtuse and academics at elementary, middle and high schools, along with college campuses, intentionally and recklessly paint America as a hateful, bigoted and oppressive place.

    Political correctness, once born on college campuses, now weaponized by the leftist cockroaches that inhabit and preside over social media, has become a way of life. America is now in a race to become another European country, aspiring for mediocrity, resenting success, with all the self-loathing and suicidal inclinations we see in that continent.

    There is a war on America. A war on Christians. A war on white, middle-class men and women. A war on anyone with traditional views on marriage, the environment, patriotism and life. We lose our jobs. We miss out on opportunities. We’re canceled as speakers or disinvited from social gatherings.

    Enough is enough.

    A President Trump would change that.

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  17. thurmrob says:

    Trumps message is resonating with all of Europe and they are standing by hoping that he can save us and them too. When Trump talks about being safe in your home, having a job and being left alone to enjoy life it is a message everyone can subscribe to. If the European countries want their nations and culture back they have some very unpleasant choices to make. The globalists should be rounded up and imprisoned for life for creating this mess. This goes way past war crimes.

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    • amjean says:

      My opinion is that all the European countries
      should secede from the European Union and
      gain their identities and cultures back.

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    • Reality Wins says:

      Is treason still a hanging offense? Time for some treason trials.

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    • conservativehippie says:

      “If the European countries want their nations and culture back they have some very unpleasant choices to make.”

      when you make easy decisions early, like whether to put a temporary halt on muslim immigration until you can figure out what’s going on, it prevents the need for tough decisions later, like how many civilian casualties is the limit before an all out civil war.

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  18. carolmcd says:

    Don’t know if we have any older people here, but this fear of Trump reminds me of how people feared Reagan becoming president. I never voted for Reagan. I thought he was too bellicose-sounding and offered simplistic solutions to our problems. I remember thinking that he was going to start a war with the Soviet Union and wouldn’t be afraid of using nukes! This was a serious thing back then. Lots of people did not want Reagan to be president.

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    • notsothoreau says:

      I was in California when he was Governor. I find it really funny that folks seem to think that he was well respected in the day. He wasn’t. They ran pictures of him with the chimp from Bedtime for Bonzo. And the howls of outrage when he fired the air traffic controllers! I expect exactly the same type of protests that we had when he was President, when Trump gets elected.

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    • Wiggy says:

      Yep, older than dirt here (82). I remember Reagan well and I liked everything he was doing and felt he would keep his promises, just as we feel about Trump now.

      Reagan was the first President I ever voted for and have had to hold my nose since. However, I will proudly vote for Trump this time. He is the only candidate I can and will trust.

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  19. politijim says:

    Trump being honest about the Gulf War disarmed MANY liberals who thought Republicans/conservatives were impossible to listen to because they felt they intentionally lie about the motives for war. The unwillingness to condemn Planned Parenthood sends chills down the spines of pro-life people like me – but also makes these people think twice about who Trump really is.

    People by and large are NOT controlled against their will. Even Cruz is not intentionally plotting to keep the GOPe in control but is acting in his own selfish, ambitious motives. If he felt he could truly win by being against the establishment he would. But since he needs their $$$ to run, it isn’t an option for him. I think we’d be surprised how many in the media would “buy a vowel” overnight if they saw it directly help their own pocketbook. Apparently Piers network ownership hasn’t threatened his livelihood yet, but you can be assured the minute it is – he’ll suddenly start attacking. As Keith Olbermann learned, you are nobody without the broadcasting platform under you.

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    • Sentient says:

      The words “Planned Parenthood” are like the word “Auschwitz” to me, but remember that congress (with BOTH houses controlled by the GOP) just funded for a year and a half everything last thing that Obama could have wanted – including Planned Parenthood. yet Paul Ryano’s “pro-life” bona fides are never questioned.

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      • Joe says:

        What, do you think that the media criticism is based on facts? How naive.

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      • Benson II says:

        Trump said he would only defund PP if they provided abortions. What’s wrong with that. Why keep making it a big fight constantly when I thought his intentions were very clear.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Initially, Trump said ‘defund’… then, wisely, likely w/ input from Ivanka, he put the onus on PP. Stop abortions & any relationship w/ abortion providers, get funding. Keep the relationship, lose funding. Thus avoiding any ‘war on [poor] women. Even in TCTH, we’ve had poster state they’ve/family have used PP for pre-natal & other services. At least one was a married grad student and the location and prices of PP worked for them.

      That Trump is thinking ahead to a general and removing the ‘war on women’ meme is smart. Those like Cruz, prefer to create opposition, to stand, nobly in the face of resistance. Why chose an unnecessary hill to die on?

      As for the argument that Obamacare should make PP obsolete, the reality is not only can people lose their doctor and won’t save money, many simply cannot afford the premiums/deductibles and don’t qualify or don’t apply for Medicaid. So, until the mess is straightened out, let PP decide whether they’re really for ‘women’s health’ or show that abortion is their priority.

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    • Wiggy says:

      If you listened to Trump closely, he despises abortion but praises PP for the healthcare they give women in clinics. It’s a two sided issue so watch exactly what he says.

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    • AdamSelene says:

      I think Trump is correct in what he said, that he supports the actual “women’s health” stuff PP does, but would still defund them over abortion. That’s reasonable. The left tries to lump “women’s health” with abortion, and then claim you’re against women’s health if you’re against PP. Trump wisely separates them. This gives Democrats a method whereby they can support Trump even though they’re pro-abortion.

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      • politijim says:

        From a general election perspective i think it’s great. From an actual position I hate it since PP only exists to kill babies. The other stuff gives them tax money to drag a lot of women in and support the same overhead that kills the kids – but like I said, from a general election strategy I think it helps him not seem ‘right wing’ to the lefties who might vote for him..

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  20. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    FYI (related):

    Poland Flushes Merkel’s Refugee Migration Scheme Down the Toilet, 24 Thursday Mar 2016

    In the wake of the ISIS attacks in Brussels, Poland’s prime minister, Beata Szydlo, cancelled Poland’s agreement with the EU to accept Syrian refugees. “We can’t allow for events in western Europe to happen in Poland,” said Szydlo.

    This change of heart is good for everyone except German chancellor Angela Merkel….

    http://mishtalk.com/2016/03/24/poland-flushes-merkels-refugee-migration-scheme-down-the-toilet/

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  21. Amy says:

    Perfect.
    ” I’d rather be hated for who I am then loved for who I’m not”

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  22. Enfant Terrible says:

    Personally, I think that, excluding the usual lefties and other malcontents, President Trump will be very much liked and respected by western Europeans (the real ones), just as much as he will be by Americans. The whole of the western world is crying for strong leadership, and Trump seems like the guy to do it.

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    • NCPatrick says:

      Yes, Enfant .. this is what is so terribly frustrating! I can foresee the fences that will be mended, grievances addressed, pride and self respect returning to our poor country which has been lied to and abused for so many years.

      Some of Donald Trump’s biggest critics will grudgingly have to admit he is right about so many things as the brakes are finally applied and the new course is given. The world will actually love him as we do here, and those Americans who are saying right now that they are afraid of him? Sorry, but that one does not compute to me at all.

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      • Enfant Terrible says:

        That’s one great aspect to Donald Trump, he points out problems, but he’s not a defeatist claiming that nothing can be done to resolve issues. Instead, he’s positive and believes there are solutions to the problems facing America. That’s the type of attitude and leadership one expects from the leader of the free world. I hope he gets elected.

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      • joe_ says:

        what are they afraid of? finally getting deported

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  23. mike tramel says:

    I have been having Trump rallies withdrawals the last few days

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  24. flounder, rebel, vulgarian says:

    I posted the Enquirer story over at Ace of Tirades Cruz HQ. I am interested to see how long it stays up.

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    • notsothoreau says:

      You are brave to wade into that swamp today.

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      • flounder, rebel, vulgarian says:

        Ace can still be pretty funny. It’s sad that so many are taken in by Lyin’ Ted.

        My latest over there:

        Jesse Watters: If you’re afraid of the name Donald Trump, you’re either an illegal alien or a total sissy.

        With Cruz, you can have both!

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  25. tonyt2016 says:

    Guys, Larry Nichols is pretty much echoing what we are saying here. http://www.infowars.com/how-to-subvert-soros-plan-to-infiltrate-trump-rallies/

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  26. Reblogged this on reality paradigm and commented:

    #DADDY
    #TRUMP2016

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  27. rsmith1776 says:

    Not Good Morning – rather WAKE UP Britain! (hopefully even the good chaps, but slow Utah-ians will follow you) !!!

    I am NOT an admirer of Piercing Pierce, but he seems to have woken up lately. He seems to have grown half a brain and, stunningly, emulated the resemblance of a soul. Soon he may even accede to common sense status!

    Besides snark, THIS article is EXCELLENT – thank you Pierce, I do hope your waking up is not a ruse.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3508029/PIERS-MORGAN-Twinkle-toes-Obama-demon-tango-comes-reading-public-mood-s-tone-deaf.html

    Donald Trump for REELECTION – 2020!

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      Sorry, I know, it’s Piers not Pierce.

      Not intentional on my part.

      For liberal standards, it took some guts from Old Chap Piers to speak up the way he did.

      I feel for him. Will he still be palatable in the exquisite circles he used to be welcome to?

      Or will he become a Pieraiah?

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    • froggieleggs says:

      Piers is still Piers. He hasn’t changed on any of his opinions. He just happens to be good friends of Donald’s. He has even been on and won celebrity apprentice. Even coming back and being part of the judging in other seasons.

      Ironically Donald and Piers have a lot in common. Both hated for their opinions, both say exactly how they feel and don’t care what others think and both very successful.

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      • rsmith1776 says:

        “He just happens to be good friends of Donald’s.”

        Just? Enough of an endorsement for me to hire anyone who could say that.

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        • rsmith1776 says:

          PS Not picking on you, froggie. Let’s remember though all of Donald’s “friends” who turned on him on a dime, and badmouthed the man they hitherto squeeze money from, and buttered up exceedingly.

          I will take a half-decent limey over the slimeys.

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  28. ISIS made video after the attack with Trump’s image and his words about Brussels once being a beautiful city but now being a horror show. I think it actually helps Trump because it is acknowledging that he is correct in his assessment.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3508132/Trump-burns-gloating-ISIS-video-Jihadis-release-slick-new-footage-Brussels-flames-featuring-Republican-frontrunner-said-turned-city-horror-show.html

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  29. NJF says:

    Not sure if posted already.

    Scott Walker: Nominee at Brokered Convention Will Be Someone ‘Not Currently Running’ – Breitbart

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/24/scott-walker-nominee-at-brokered-convention-will-be-someone-not-currently-running/

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    • Gospel Moody says:

      That’s why Trump needs to get at least 1237. I have no idea what his ground games and GOTVs are. Even though I’m a worrywart, I’m learning to trust Trump(Trump as therapist, ha ha), so I’m hoping for the best. What I can say is that every candidate who I wanted to win and didn’t, lost because of an inadequate ground game.

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      • TimeIsNow says:

        Gospel,

        it is not true that Trump needs over 1237 to win, as there has been much discussion on other websites that anything over 1200 delegates will most likely win and even as low as 1180, and Mr. Trumps chances are still good.

        Obviously, the more the better though.

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  30. 2x4x8 says:

    MSM working overtime, calling evil, good, and good, evil

    made Obama’s Communist Cuba trip look wonderful, while getting snubbed at the airport

    yet Politico Mag got Trump dressed out in full Che Guevara

    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/03/2016-donald-trump-latin-america-twitter-213759

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  31. Libertati Aut Ad Mortem says:

    Why didn’t Piers Morgan ask Donald Trump if he didn’t think effective explosive suicide vest control would certainly solve this Islamic Jihadi problem in Europe?

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  32. W Mozeke says:

    Piers Morgan, you should feel like a total idiot. Now how are you going to get both feet out of your stupid mouth. I am sure you have read the news regarding the death of one of ISIS leader. You owe the President an apology. Which I sure he will not get. Surprise the President don’t tell you everything. Also I am sure it would have been considered a slight toward the Cuba if he had not dance. Stay in your place and stop jumping to conclusions. Fix it

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  33. Kate Mills says:

    THIS IS NOT THE FULL HOUR INTERVIEW!~~ But thanks for what was posted , as now I have a full hour version to look forwards too. Does anyone have a ITV account, and can rip a HD copy for us in USA, we do not live in UK,

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