Donald Trump Morning Interview – “A Day on The Trail”….

Donald Trump interview with Brian Kilmeade discussing the current race and the ‘controversial’ statements made about Russia, the convention, etc.

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90 Responses to Donald Trump Morning Interview – “A Day on The Trail”….

  1. bluesky says:

    good interview. I am glad the so-called mocking the handicap was addressed. The clip of Trump mocking the reporter is in a Clinton ad being run a lot in Colorado. There are a few family members that I hope saw this interview.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      The reporter in question who is handicapped CANNOT flail his arms. They are nearly immobile close to his body. There is NO WAY Trump was mocking his HANDICAP.

      Mocking his groveling and trying to deny the article he wrote. Handicapped or not he HAS to take responsibility for what he writes

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      • rubyyarn says:

        I didn’t see the interview or the original incident, but I’m glad it has been explained. For Trump to mock a handicap is out of character. Mocking a reporter for writing/saying something stupid is business as usual.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Blue Sky, If you are able, please send it their way. I cannot copy and paste videos from my phone, but I will lead them to the site where I found the information.

      I had no idea about the wheelchair reporter, and I’m happy it was addressed. Someone should’ve asked him a long time ago. At least it was done now.

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      • AghastInFL says:

        Serge Kovaleski is not confined to a wheelchair.

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      • That matter has already been dealt with – more than once. If first arose last fall, I think. The Dems are dredging up ancient history.

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        • maiingankwe says:

          Thank you. I must’ve missed it every time. This is probably why Trump repeats a lot of what he says in his rallies. There must be a number of us who do not get to hear his talking points.

          I watch most of his rallies, and I don’t mind hearing what he had said before. I know there are people who may be listening to him for the first time, or might have missed parts. Plus, it reinforces what he says, and it helps me remember better.

          I don’t know how I missed this one, but I did, repeatedly. Thank you for your clarification, and have an awesome weekend.

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    • BakoCarl says:

      Well, bluesky and MfM, your recognition that the “mock handicap” issue is still being used, was prescient, and not at all a “thank you for your concern” issue, to be offhandedly dismissed.
      Thank you both for bringing it up earlier (well before the interview)!

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    • Here is an excellent investigative journalist report of the truth of the “mocking a handicapped reporter” incident: http://www.catholics4trump.com/the-true-story-donald-trump-did-not-mock-a-reporters-disability/

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Oneholyapostolic,
        You’re right, an excellent article, and it cleared up more then Serge Kovaleski. It didn’t just give strong arguments and evidence in rebuking the msm and their stories, it went through layers to get there. Very impressive.

        Very much appreciated that you shared this with us. Big time appreciated. It’s not often enough you get good investigative reporting like this. It reminds me of days past. Hopefully, with the demands of the public, we may see a resurge. Hopefully.
        Be well, and stay smiling!
        Ma’iingankwe

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    • yy4u says:

      Trump mocked an anti-Trump ADMIRAL the same way — don’t have a clip, but I suspect I read it here — I’m sure it was a personal “tic” of his where he mocked doofuses and the media picked it up and ran with it. I have a personal “tic”, too, where I cross my eyes, stick out my tongue and make a hand like I’m holding an ice cream cone and “crash” it into my forehead when I encounter something really, really stupid. It’s from an old joke . If I were a politician, I’d be skewered for it. So was Trump. I doubt he’ll ever do it again. It had NOTHING to do with the reporter’s handicap, but it did get the story of there WAS dancing in the street after 9-11 OFF the news. That’s how they operate. The question is, will they continue to be able to get away with it. I don’t think they understand, there is more at risk (for them) this year than just taking down Donald Trump. If they don’t succeed, they are done for. If they do succeed the country is done for.

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  2. NJF says:

    Brian tends to be pretty fair. In fact Fox & Friends in general is the only show left on FOX that treats him fairly.

    Liked by 5 people

    • francinepink says:

      Fox Business channel with Lou Dobbs treats him fairly too.

      Liked by 12 people

      • NJF says:

        FBN is pretty much all I watch. I don’t consider it to be a FOX affiliate, bc for some reason I can’t fathom, the powers that be seem to let FBN be FBN.

        There have been quite a few times that Dobbs has been so over the top in his disdain for everything establishment that I wondered how he’s still employed by the network!

        Liked by 10 people

        • kallibella says:

          Agree. I wondered the same thing when Lou comments on Paul Ryan. Before Ryan, he used to slam Mitt Romney quite a bit. When Kasich was still in the race after being eliminated eons ago, Lou would also point that out. He is very much a vulgarian and therefore anti-establishmentarian 🙂

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      • Kay Elle says:

        Also Hannity and Judge Jeanine.

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        • TheseTruths says:

          Judge Jeanine is personally pro-Trump and does fiery opening statements, but her show is still riddled with grinning apologists for the Left (some of whom look like they know they’re spewing idiocy). I suspect Hannity’s is, too. I’m tired of seeing that. I’d love to watch a network that doesn’t have to try to look “fair and balanced.”

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          • shannynae says:

            Because most of the commentators or contributors are Fox employees, Hannity and Judge Jeanine probably don’t have a choice and are required to bring them on. But I know what you mean and you hit the nail on the head, it seems that the leftists all have that stupid snarky smile and they KNOW they are lying.

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            • mimbler says:

              And it seems to be more than an attempt to appear fair and balanced, I quit Fox news for the most part when I realized nearly -every- time I turned it on there was a liberal spewing nonsense that was not being contradicted by the interviewer.

              I believe they used to be fair and balanced, but it is just habit to consider them conservative or fair now. In general they are just another mouthpiece for the dems, and unfortunately are still trusted by many conservatives purely out of habit.

              The Five is a good example. It used to be a good show, but now the “conservatives” rarely seem to be on target, and when I checked them out today, they were all fawning over the DNC speakers to include both Obama’s,
              Mike

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              • marierogers says:

                perino seems to be worst of the so called “conservative” bunch….

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                • cajost says:

                  This is because she was on W’s staff. Her panties are all in a wad over how well Trump has done. In fact, I think the booze and the Ben & Jerry’s is still being consumed straight from the bottle and the cartoon from the shock that they all lost.

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      • longiron2 says:

        Lou Dobbs is the best on TRUMP @ FOX.

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      • redsequin4 says:

        Lou and Judge Jeanine.

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  3. Wow, great interview. The media insanity is really getting off the chain. They’re calling for Trump to be tried under the Logan Act for interfering with a foreign government.

    And yet, no mention of the fact that Hillary Clinton admitted yesterday that the e-mails on her private server pose a potential national security risk.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      And no mention of the fact that Obama tried to influence the Israel elections last fall to topple BIbi.

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    • majorstar says:

      Don’t dignify these wild assertions of the Dems and media. They have no valid complaint whatsoever, even if they could prove Trump was being “serious” rather than sarcastic. He did nothing wrong, and they’re ludicrously overanxious to find something to attack him with. I scoff at their puny efforts.

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      • BobinFL says:

        Agreed. Far be it from me to tell the campaign how to handle it…..but I would simply ask the journalist if they have evidence that the Russians hacked the server…..when they say they don’t I would ask them about the specific emails that were uncovered bashing Bernie, Jews, Blacks, Gays and the news organizations colluding with the DNC. Bet he wouldn’t get many more Russian questions….

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  4. flyingtigercomics says:

    This is the last election that will ever feature the lapdog media in any significant role. By next election online media will have entirely taken over.

    The only reason the lapdog media still have any audience at all is that there are older people who have not adapted to the death of the journalist as a relevant tradesperson in our society.

    It’s the equivalent of the 1910s – there are still horses and carts, but they’re on the way out, permanently.

    Unlike the end of the age of the horse, the end of the age of the journalist is being hurried along by their own venality, corruption and incompetence. It’s the information age equivalent of the end of the corrupt pardoners and priests in the middle ages.

    The wretched journalists will of course be the last ones to admit it.

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    • susiepuma says:

      This older person (I am 71) cancelled my newspaper subscriptions 10 (ten) years ago….I also cancelled my DirecTV because there was nothing I wanted to watch on it…..I use a Roku and get my news from OANN…………………please don’t generalize ….do you still watch cable & regular TV???? Mind bending crap on there…..will really make you smart….newspapers became obsolete long ago, the election of 2008 cemented it for me….

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      • flyingtigercomics says:

        I don’t own a television, haven’t owned one for over a decade. It’s just irrelevant.

        And in general it is indeed the older people who are still with the TV. Function of growing up when it was still able to be pushed as “trusted” “news”.

        Newspapers died first; each old media will perish in its time. Especially any media that functions as gatekeeper and middleman instead of adding value. It’s an old fashioned form of exploitation that the internet’s killed.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Susie Puma,
        I love my Elders, they remind me of a lot like you!

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      • lastinillinois says:

        Brilliant

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      • BakoCarl says:

        SuzieP – I fall into a similar situation: will be 71 in Dec, cancelled newspaper years ago; scan Drudge, OANN online, and GatewayPundit for news; and read TCTH for good commentary and some links to some more news.
        Even though I think Lou Dobbs and Jeanine Pirro are good, I don’t watch them, and watching network or other cable news will just rot your brain – very quickly.

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      • mamadogsite says:

        Hear, hear. 70 here..no newspaper, get almost all of my news online as well. Husband has cable because he watches movies, and all non-news shows. I love my online news sites as I can research and become more familiar with a candidate and make my own opinions vs. Some trashy pundent insistng I am not educated enough to form an opinion therefor they will “advise” me via their “reporting”. Fox business is my go-to if needed, as is OAN.

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        • smcmull2 says:

          Hey, 75 here, cancelled newspaper years ago, and only kept cable because my terminally ill husband enjoyed it. He passed away, the cable subscription is up in February; and away it goes. Will check out Roku for sure!

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          • singtune says:

            I am 79 & my Husband 86~! We ONLY use TV for NASCAR & he likes the Very old Movies,~~ Motorcycle Racing & Gun competitions~! ALL TV News Programming stopped 9 Years ago & all Magazine’s stopped then too. Stopped getting Newspapers too, but my Hubby will pick up a Sunday Paper once in a while, for the Ads & Specialty Sections, not for the News.

            We both have Chrome Books & Use them often. However, I still enjoy using my Laptop for interacting here at the Treehouse. It has a Bigger screen & Speakers. I carry My Kindle when traveling & do my reading on it also.

            Yes there are a FEW Older Folk that are i not connected to the WEB but most People I know are~!

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            • smcmull2 says:

              Hey, singtune, I’m a big NASCAR fan, too!! Wow, can’t believe how many “elderly” people are on this site! That certainly says something, doesn’t it??

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    • highdezertgator says:

      Drop the “older person” meme! What is older?
      As I have said before in other threads… the “older” people invented all the technology you are using today.
      sorry just get fed up with the “older” labeling… part of the post-modern culture …nothing else has ever happened until now!
      Example: Gutenberg printing press invented 1440 and transistor conceived in 1926 and created in 1947… First multi-chip processing units 1969

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      • flyingtigercomics says:

        “older”… as in baby boomers clinging to the same stupid ideas that got us into this mess.

        Not everyone in that age bracket is like it but to try and force me to be PC is like trying to get me to say not every black family is fatherless. Plenty are, and plenty of older people retail silly ideas from outmoded media. It’s just how paradigms work.

        This is not to the Dunning-Krueger generation aren’t worse, having never received any life lessons or proper schooling they emerge into “adulthood” (reluctantly) as basically fully indoctrinated stalinist youth.

        It’s a bad scene all round.

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      • smcmull2 says:

        Some of us are proud of being “old”. We’ve seen it all, the 40’s, Ike in the 50’s, Vietnam, the hippies, the great music of the 60’s and 70’s, living in San Francisco in the 60’s, Haight Ashbury, etc. It doesn’t mean we aren’t up to date on what’s going on, it just means we’re proud of making it through…

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  5. Walt says:

    Trump is a boss and he shuts down the crap questions a lot better these days!

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  6. freepetta says:

    Thank you Sundance for this video clip. I missed the interview this morning. The libs are going down, with all their flooding in illegals and terrorists they will lose this election big.

    What political party hangs the Palestinian terrorist flag and “forgets” to put up the American flag?

    Sent from my iPhone

    >

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  7. Humble Soul says:

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  8. vexedmi says:

    I LOVE our next President of the United States of America ~ Donald J. Trump!
    Could you sir move in today?

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  9. Humble Soul says:

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  10. dondeg says:

    Trump is such a media genius. And I love how he is already negotiating with the rest of the world in his rallies. This is The Best Summer Ever!

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  11. Humble Soul says:

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  12. teaforall says:

    Obama has cleared his schedule for October to campaign for Hillary. PANIC MODE

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  13. MVW says:

    DNC convention is so bad Donald Trump, out of the kindness of his heart, is covering for them by distracting the pathological media. Hillary and her mentor Obama are breathing a sigh of relief for the distraction (and Hillary is saying the word “sigh” just to make sure Obama knows she is relieved).

    The convention is nearly over and Bernie can finally get some rest, Hillary can get her much needed week of sleep, Obama can catch up on his missed golf rounds, and Michelle can get back to being Queen of America.

    Kaine who?

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  14. Paul says:

    Trump = pro American anti war
    Clinton = anti american pro war

    I choose Donald J Trump 2016-20

    Liked by 7 people

    • kallibella says:

      Agree. But I would say that Trump = Pro America. War only to destroy enemy/protect America.
      I don’t think he would avoid “war” ideologically, but would use the military to protect America.

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  15. ZZZ says:

    “I’m getting to know the American people. These are great people.”

    THIS ^^^ is what motivates and humbles Donald Trump.
    THIS is what will make him a good and godly leader.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Americans are on a leash, like a healthy dog wanting to run free.
      Economic leash.
      Political leash.
      Religious leash.
      Even a Patriotic leash.

      But Trump is freeing everyone to run free. To speak free. To pray free. To cheer free.

      This is the Land of the Free! And no one is going to put us back on the leash.

      We are going to make it the Home of the Brave again. MAGA.

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      • TheseTruths says:

        Bureaucratic leash of regulations, too.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        I was just thinking about this today. We have been chained up since the 9/11 attacks and the leash has gotten shorter and shorter over the years.

        Having a successful, entrepreneurial President is going to be breathtaking. We have a whole generation of young people who truly don’t know what this country is like when we are free to create whatever we choose to. We will have to teach them to just let go and dream as big as they can.

        That’s what’s really motivating me. To set our country free again.

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    • NC Patriot says:

      Yes—not sure how he REALLY felt when he started this journey–but he soon realized he had touched a nerve in the heart of the American psyche.

      As people flocked to him and (remember the letter Sundance wrote to him before the first debate?) were so enthusiastic, I think it humbled him greatly. He came to realize it was not about him, but about US. As an American loving patriot, he picked up the mantle of our “voice”—and has gotten to know us better and better as time has gone on.

      Now I think his dedication is DEEP. Does anyone think I am wrong?

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  16. rashamon says:

    This was an intelligent interview with some forethought by Mr. Kilmeade. I have never been fond of (read: respected) 99.9% of the media, so I rely on TCTH to post the coverage most pertinent to this campaign — both the very good and the very, very awful (too much, too much). My brain doesn’t function well if I’m angry.

    For that reason, I also do not partake in the social media (I refuse to give one penny to some of these founders-turned-facists), so I much appreciate you all keeping up with that area. It would help if you’d include a short summary with your postings as Twitter, etc. comments do not appear for us non-subscribers. Pam appears to share some zingers!

    Mr. Trump, however, is wise to post on ALL the social media as that was the clincher for the Obama campaign. A close relative worked for the branding concern employed to set him up as The 2008 Candidate and keep his face in front of all the publics using these ways of communicating. It has only grown larger as an influence among the potential voting populations. Many “non-voters” could be coaxed back into political life with the right campaign and, many in the industry, tell me they would be Trump supporters.

    Remember that you all have influential people in your various communities of friends, family and fellow workers. Word-of-mouth remains the #1 successful method of gleaning support for a candidate. Given the extraordinary communications skills of those contributing to this site, please use them in all you contacts as it does work.

    Great job, Sundance and Admins plus all you Treepers. Someday, SD will let us know how much his hard work has grown this site over the last few years. I keep seeing it credited for sleuthing and delivering the goods. Kudos!

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    • TheseTruths says:

      “It would help if you’d include a short summary with your postings as Twitter, etc. comments do not appear for us non-subscribers.”
      I do not have a Twitter account, and I can see the tweets that Pam and others post, so it might be an issue with your browser or something else.

      I agree: Kudos to Sundance and this site!

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      • rashamon says:

        Thanks, I will check.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        You don’t need a twitter account, Truths (and others). Check out the right side of this page. You will see “Follow us on Twitter!” in purple. Click on that link, or on any of the links below that. it takes you straight to the web page for the twitter user. Twitter not needed. Or do a search for – example – @FluffyDogAttack. Search will show the web page. Have fun!

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  17. Andrew E. says:

    Brian Kilmeade is a moron. Brian, you’re going to be the one to settle all the controversy over the last 12 months? Grow up and let it go. Stop giving oxygen to this nonsense.

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    • 1hear2learn says:

      I disagree, Kilmeade is quite into history and to me is a “happy warrior” for Trump. I also think getting Trump’s comments on these “controversies” is good for Trump as Fox and Friends is still one of the most watched morning shows.

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      • mamadogsite says:

        Kilmeade has always been a Trumper, and if you listen to him on ANY topic, he is quite intelligent…and as someone previously mentioned, a historian,. Also, major sports reporter.

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        • rashamon says:

          Kilmeade is someone I would “follow” to see how he develops as one who considers multiple aspects when framing a question. In some, apparently, self-devised backgrounders before asking a question. There IS a difference between fed info by your higher-ups and doing your own.

          And then there’s the fight about presentation…

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        • redlegleader68 says:

          Brian has wandered off his reservation; thinks way too highly of himself. I really enjoyed his sports reporting in the past as he’s very good at it. Now, trying to be BOR small time with his history shtick is just too trying. Sorry, just can do it. Very scripted.

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  18. drdeb says:

    Even though Trump’s comments were tongue in cheek, I do wish hackers would reveal “Obama’s” college records.
    Trump 2016!

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