Donald Trump Post Debate Interview – Fox and Friends…

Following the presidential debate last night, candidate Donald Trump called in to Fox News morning show to answer questions.

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190 Responses to Donald Trump Post Debate Interview – Fox and Friends…

  1. Beth says:

    The best part of that many viewers is they saw it for themselves.

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      TRUMP said he didn’t hit Killary on Billy boy’s affairs out of respect for Chelsea, But, she sure didn’t respect TRUMP’ s kids, did she ??

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      • OmegaManBlue says:

        If Ivanka is still friends with Chelsea, after everything her mother has said about Donald, she needs to reevaluate their friendship. I doubt Chelsea cares what her mother says about Donald. I don’t think Chelsea has once told her mother to tone it down. That would make her not a very good friend. I wish Ivanka would just tell her father her friendship is over with Chelsea and to go at Hillary with anything he wants from this point on.

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    • drdeb says:

      in full view to the world

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  2. Kyrissaean says:

    why majority of society give politicians a pass for one sided throw upkeep cost of illegals/refugee on average tax payers? That’s like abuse of generosity. Trump is right about taking only good ones able to assimilate or something to offer after strict vetting. Obama/Hillary should be cutting their own golden parachutes to help with upkeep cost. They are after all the ones responsible for making crisis worst. Politicians whom want to flood US with migrants are still giving themselves huge pensions like Minnesota. An Minnesota official once told citizens to move if they don’t like excessive migrants and given all the burden one sided. medical industry are milking taxpayers as consequence for bleeding out social policies which makes social policy unstable since less money to support everything else. too high cost of living lower quality of living that in turn leads to more crime. politicians defending propaganda like political correctness to the point of assisting ISIS by covering for them is treachery. Trump was a private citizen both times when Iraq/Libya happen while Hillary was in the deeper part so trump can be consider low informer. Also when you look at his full interview and not only sound bites, he was analyzing from different angles.

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  3. amwick says:

    I watched this… very interesting points I commented on earlier. Glad to see this posted as a thread. BTW Donald Trump stopped and talked to Brian on the way out of the debate, I really believes he likes these people… and they like him..

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    • singingsoul says:

      am wick “I really believes he likes these people… and they like him..”

      Mika and Joe really liked Trump too and he did them until he won the primaries. I hope Trump does not trust them because when their livelihood depends on it they will turn on him. Mika and Joe did and so did others.

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      • amwick says:

        I watch FAF just about every morning… I see it all the time… but I am a firm believer in to each their own…so far they have as supportive as anyone… Donald believes that,, and SD posted their interview.. They may turn turtle, anything is possible.. but until then I give them the benefit of the doubt..

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        • Maria Bartiromo and Varney are the way to go in the mornings, Trish Regan in the afternoon. I love when Liz McDonald fills in for the mid-afternoon anchors, Charles Payne cracks me up, like him alot, Then Dobbs and Kennedy is starting to grow on me. This line-up beats anything Fox News has or any of the others.

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  4. parteagirl says:

    There were a LOT of people streaming it online, myself included.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      A few comments about Laura’s interview here:
      .1. She used the teaching moment to summarize Trump’s messages elegantly
      .2. She telegraphed what Trump has learned; we will see this in the town hall debate
      .3. She gave hints as to what to expect from Trump’s ad campaign: bright, positive “Morning in America”-style (see Ronald Reagan’s ad to this effect).
      .4. She slammed Hillary — corrupt, unlikeable, failure — Laura was an excellent surrogate speaker to bash Hillary
      .5. She has helped coach Trump — now I am beginning to see that perhaps his performance yesterday was even-keeled on purpose: he knew Hillary had the questions in advance, had an earpiece, would be fighting two opponents (Hillary and Lester), and that if he came across too hard, Hillary would win the victim vote. Trump allowed Hillary to be Hillary: robotic, boring, inauthentic. Trump looked and acted presidential for the most part.

      Feeling GREAT now.

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      • wyntre says:

        I’ll take it your analysis a step further.

        Trump is all about The Art ofthe Deal.

        What if (I know this is a bit farfetched) but what if Trump and HRC negotiated an HRC win, on points, for the first debate as a face-saving measure for when he beats her sickly butt from now until November 8?

        What if part of that negotiation was his concession to hold his fire, allow her to score points, appear victorious to her sycophants, and then, when she falls under his onslaught, she can at least claim to have been a worthy adversary?

        What if this debate was negotiated as a way to save HRC’s legacy as the first woman POTUS Candidate?

        “By tomorrow, no one will remember what either of them said during the debate. But we will remember how they made us feel.

        Clinton won the debate last night. And while she was doing it, Trump won the election. He had one thing to accomplish – being less scary – and he did it.” – Scott Adams

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        • ZurichMike says:

          No way. She has too much at stake ($$$$$$) and so do her donors/puppetmasters.

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          • wyntre says:

            Of course that’s the most-likely scenario.

            However, I really think Trump is going to win. Anecdotally, I am feeling far more peaceful about his campaign than I was about Mittens (who I never really liked but anyone was better than the POS).

            I just feel Trump has this in the bag. (Although I’m not for anyone resting on their laurels, but it’s just a feeling, one I haven’t had for eight years.)

            What if the top donors/puppetmasters know this, too?

            Granted, the hysterical media will never know what’s really going on, nor will the lib fools who are so much like Goebbels sheep. But Trump’s massive wins on social media polls, (the NEW barometer of American views) and the massive turnouts for his rallies (10G today in Florida vs HRC’s 300-500) are undeniable. The puppetmasters may not be able to commit election fraud on the scale needed to overcome his supporters and they may be positioning themselves for a seat at a Trump table. (He’ll send them to the doghouse).

            Anyway, it just occurred to me that last night’s show was just too friggin’ scripted to have been real and I would think Trump was well aware of nearly everything that went on.

            Then again, I do like a good mystery..

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          Fail, as usual. Hillary did not win the debate. Donald won hands down. Only rigged polls imagine Hillary won.

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        • TrumpFanGirl says:

          She’s an arrogant, pompous Ass – I don’t see her negotiating on anything except the price of a hit.

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      • Jett Black says:

        Also, thanks for showing us how to make a numbered list work in WP!

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      • Bailey02 says:

        Ditto. Mr. Trump was so polite and he used the term “Secretary Clinton” while Crooked Hillary called him Donald. The moderator was so biased, he did so shameless trying to salvaging Hillary’s legacy in a shattered Libya. Hillary did not know what is ‘debate’ mean. She keep pounding off the issues by attacking Mr. Trump and Holt did not stop her but he always interrupted Mr. Trump and cut off his 2 min. to give Crooked Hillary more than 2 min. every time.
        Politics makes a woman like Hillary as crooked as a pack does a peddler. But she is so evil already. She’s set for battle and is determined that nothing is going to stop her from achieving her political goal to fulfill her greedy for power.

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  5. amwick says:

    Look at 12:15…

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    • amwick says:

      The top video…. 🙂

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    • smiley says:

      very revealing about DJT’s good character and conscience….and makes his opponent all the more repugnant, for it.

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      • smiley says:

        which really is what these so-called “debates” are all about….little revelations into the candidates’ character and professionalism, diplomacy skills….people skills.

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      • corimari2013 says:

        This interview will not be picked up by other media outlets. Please share the link.
        Donald Trump is a kind gentleman. People need to know about his regard for the feelings of the daughter of a sexual predator and a heartless liar. I am no big fan of Chelsea–don’t know a lot about her–but I can understand extending common decency to her as a human being.

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        • Well, then you missed her speech in which she crowed about Scalia’s death as an opportunity to take our guns and to obliterate the Second Amendment. Then there is that little thing called the “Clinton Foundation,” on whose board she sits and pulls in over 6 million per year. And how about the theft by the Clinton Foundation of the Haitians? Yep, Chelsea was all over that.

          Then there’s her father-in-law, Edward Medvinsky who, in 2001, “was convicted of 31 charges of felony fraud, and served five years in federal prison.” See Wikipedia.

          The very idea that any friendship of his children’s would outrank the future of this country is abhorrent on its very face. Trump needs to get serious and to get real. Chelsea is a grown woman with her slimey fingers all over the corruption and crime that has been perpetrated against Americans.

          What about Chelsea’s role in fraud against Americans by sheltering and perpetrating the lie that her mother is healthy and able to govern this country?

          That is treason.

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          • amwick says:

            I just think that he has honor… I really do… I still wonder about Vera Coking in Atlantic city, I don’t believe the facts have really surfaced..He probably realized that he would get more mileage out of not bringing it up,,,, Chelsea could have been an excuse… because he did get to discuss it later…

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          • TrumpFanGirl says:

            I just realized that Chelsea is given way too much quarter by those not in Hillary’s corner – either out of pity AND/OR out of remembering her as a child. I need to watch for that, b/c every one of your points are spot on!

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          • Dixie says:

            Having empathy for one’s opponent, for whatever reason, is not a successful strategy.

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        • In AZ says:

          Chelsea Clinton is as bad and vile as her vile mother.

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    • Wend says:

      Reminding me that the BBC hacks are as bad or worse than ours. Nigel great as always.

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    • KBR says:

      It is not de riguer for a businessman to release taxes, but for those whose incomes come from our tax dollars to release how they spend and pay!
      Brit UKIP idiot so uninformed.

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      • severance23 says:

        Farage is UKIP and pro-Trump, whereas the other idiot, Jamie Reid, is from our Labour Party – who are lurching further and further towards the left. And as for the presenter, Andrew Neil, the less said about him the better. You see why now I don’t watch any U.K. television, especially not the BBC (Biased Broadcasting Company).

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      • The Boss says:

        I have forgotten more about taxes than that twit moderator will ever know. It’s a dumb issue, and Trump was right to challenge Unhealthy Hillary to release the 33,000 emails. BBC can go to hell, and take Obama with them.

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    • Walt says:

      Watch the bug on the screen starts about 1:20

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Europeans follow the leftist script: Hillary was great, Trump was not. It’s all so predictable. Once you see the puppet strings, you can’t unsee them. So glad I ditched my TV 10 years ago.

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      • DebbieUK says:

        Mr Trump has a lot of support in Europe among we ordinary people. BBC is a lost cause.

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      • So true, ZM. Wherever I’ve gone on my travels, I’ve seen that Europeans have only one source of news – MSM – and believe every word. However, the Swiss seem more sensible. The blue collar Swiss, I mean. I talked to a couple a few weeks ago at an Italian restaurant in my favorite little walled town.

        They not only got my points, they noted where their own culture was turning a bit sour – not allowed to identify ethnic groups in crime reports, not allowed to say negative things, etc. They appeared to have awakened – it was kind of funny. OTOH, I suspect they say anything they feel like saying when not in public talking to a foreigner!

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    • wyntre says:

      So according to this fool nothing happened in the first fifteen minutes? Which just coincidentally were the strongest moments for Trump?

      SMH

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    • abstain says:

      Every time I watch something like this, I am reminded that these are the people we revolted against, they are still the same, and they don’t understand us at all.

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    • dreadnok89 says:

      She was all that Tho. She barely spoke! And when she did she called everyone racist and silly little quips to defend herself against trump. She said 0. How can you bash trump for the economy when it was your party who ruined it for the last 8 years?!?!

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    • georgiafl says:

      Disgusted with the other guy’s last moment dig accusing Donald Trump of racism. That should not have been allowed to stand.

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    • Guffman says:

      Why don’t people like Farage or even Trump in last nights debate ask what exzctly is ‘racist’ about providing proof of the country of your birth??? It has absolutely nothing to do with color or race.
      It drives me crazy everytime I here not only this accusation, but the failure to hit back at these race baiters for their false accusations.
      It IS a requirement of every President to be a natural born citizen of the country… why is providing documentation/proof not a prerequisite right up front before a candidate can even run?

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      • gringz says:

        What I don’t get is how can Hillary call it a “Racist lie” when it was her camp that started it. It wasn’t racist then? But it was when Trump brought it up? Makes no sense.

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  6. freeperjim says:

    This looks more than a bit suspicious….but then it’s Comrade Hellry in her Commie Red pants suit and NO American flag pin

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  7. rummy says:

    The look on their faces when he explains why he said about that plumpy miss universe is true… great non PC stuff

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  8. ALEX says:

    Trump left things on the table,but she looked horrible at the beginning and there was no way to hide that from viewers. Republicans have circled wagons nicely today.

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  9. dot48 says:

    Gaining a ton of weight is not part of the Miss Universe deal and most women will get onboard with that

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  10. KBR says:

    His microphone…he knew it was bad. He wondered if it was deliberate.

    The spin room. Hillary just left, but Trump talked to them with his entire family there.

    The polls mean a lot to Trump. Thanks to all who took the time to vote in them.

    No sniffles. No allergies.

    Hillary is only a “good debater” when the questions are unfair to her opponent. I think that’s because she delights in unfairness, and enjoys being mean. No class.

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    • wyntre says:

      Rush says the sound was due to audio “compression” or the audio “limiter.” The mic placement could have picked up his breathing in through the nose, which is the polite thing to do.

      And the audio engineer could have done it on purpose for all we know.

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      • Dixie says:

        Trump breathes in like that sometimes as he speaks. I have noticed it once in a while at his rallies but I do think his debate microphone was tampered with to exacerbate the sound of his breathing. Otherwise, how could they have put together a compilation of 20 or so times he breathed in on a video to mock and make fun of him. The underhanded tactics in this campaign are outrageous. SPIT!

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  11. flyingtigercomics says:

    one of the fox and friends invertebrates says it’s the job of the moderator to ask tough questions? rubbish. it’s the job of the moderator to moderate. tell the people how long they have left to speak, cut them off if they go too far over time, and stop arguments breaking out where people talk over one another.

    I doubt the lapdog media scum will ever learn anything, especially since now they’re going extinct, but no one likes them, trusts them, or wants to see or hear from them. Injecting themselves into the process is offensive and they are awful horrible people in the first place so who cares what they think?

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    • amwick says:

      I like Fox and Friends, for the most part. I think they are on Donald’s side, and that is why he keeps giving them interviews..

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      • flyingtigercomics says:

        They are part of the same system, their job is to be friendly and low-IQ accessible so when a killing talking point comes up they can retail it to all the people drinking it in with their coffee.

        I am sure there were friendly members of the soviet propaganda system too- if you think about it there’d have to be.

        I’d still put the fox and friends wibble merchants up at the same Trial of the Journalists as all the obvious and egregious members of their parasitic class.

        Let their treason trial exonerate them.

        If it can.

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        • Remington says:

          I remember that post the other day about journalists living in the snow globe. THAT was bang on. Reality never penetrates the snow globe…snow never turns dirty. No one is ever raped or shot by illegals. No beheadings….Life is good….Damn dummies…

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          • wyntre says:

            Does this ring a bell?

            Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda

            Founded on 14 March 1933, a few months after the Nazi seizure of power by Adolf Hitler’s government, it was headed by Reich Minister Joseph Goebbels.[1] The role of the new ministry, which set up its offices in the 18th-century Ordenspalais across from the Reich Chancellery, was to centralise Nazi control of all aspects of German cultural and intellectual life.[2] An unstated goal was to present to other nations the impression that the Nazi Party had the full and enthusiastic backing of the entire population.[3] It was responsible for controlling the German news media, literature, visual arts, filmmaking, theatre, music, and broadcasting

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        • wyntre says:

          Smelly Kelly said this about Hannity last night:

          Kelly said, “”We’ve got Trump speaking to our own Sean Hannity. We’ll see whether he speaks to the journalists in this room after that interview.”

          Get it? Hannity isn’t a journalist?

          Ouch.

          http://www.mediaite.com/tv/megyn-kelly-just-threw-serious-shade-at-hannity-during-his-trump-interview/

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          • Hannity admits he is biased all the time. Hannity doesn’t identify himself as a journalist but a talk show host. What Kelly said was no surprise to me. No surprise either she did something like this for personal publicity.

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            • wyntre says:

              Smelly is near the top of my list of media whores who need to crash and burn soon as Trump takes over the WH.

              Others, in no particular order:
              Chris Stirewelt, Mary Anne Hamm (now at CNN), Juan Williams, Carl Cameron, Chris Wallace, Dana Perrino, Geraldo Rivera, Smelly Kelly (oops, I already mentioned her)
              Bill Crystal, Eric Ericson, Mark Levin, Glenn Beck
              AND
              everyone at CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NYT, WaPo, LAT, etc.

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        • amwick says:

          People who through around “low IQ” should maybe stop and think a minute…maybe…As I said, there is a reason Donald favors them… but anything can change..

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      • corimari2013 says:

        I am with you, amwick, about Fox & Friends. They are good people. I have watched the weekday show for over 15 years. Steve and Brian are men of integrity. Ainsley Earhardt is an experienced newswoman with a really good heart. She is no dummy or puppet. And she is the OPPOSITE of smarmy Megyn Kelly.

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        • amwick says:

          This x 100. Kelly makes me want to kick something… So Fox has good and bad… that is better than most networks…It irks me when people call them Faux.. it just isn’t entirely true… TETO

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    • Wend says:

      That’s IT. That’s all the “moderators” should be doing. Period. In a real debate, the thesis is put at the beginning. One side argues for it, the other against it. Then the proponent gets a rebuttal. The referee acts as a time and rule keeper and a panel decides who wins. See the movie “The Great Debaters” for an excellent depiction. These food fights have about as much resemblance to a true debate as – well, a food fight.

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  12. Serena says:

    I love Laura! Great job!!!

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  13. dot48 says:

    It would be like being HIRED to drive a cab and you LOSE your driving license

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  14. Kathy says:

    He is truly a caring man . Didn’t he help the marine held in Mexico or fly on his plane the baby boy with a medical problem whom the airline would not fly to New York from California to see a specialist to treat him because of his medical machinery and caregivers? Or the people on the Xpessway who helped him by paying off a debt they were unable to pay. He cares and she cares so little about the people that she charged with helping as in Haiti or only pays less than minimum from her foundation to help anyone or harasses Bill’s entourage of women with whom he has or tries to have indecent relations. She is void of compassion.
    And Lester Holt is void of knowledge of current times or the news for someone in his position. He must use a TelePrompTer and retain none of the ongoing press releases or “news”.

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  15. Coast says:

    I think Trump missed so many opportunities last night I went to bed feeling very unhappy and dissatisfied. On one of the last hit-job questions…the one about “looks” of Clinton, I heard a really good response on Hannity. She has the look of a liar, or a corrupt individual, and disingenuous smile and mannerisms. That would have been the zinger that he needed…and right at the end. The bottom line, in my opinion, is that Trump wasn’t prepared. He wasn’t able to expose Clinton for the creep she is, and he didn’t have a good opportunity to express his positions. He has to to do better…and nail her to the cross of corruption. Very disappointed.

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    • When Hillary mentioned appointing a special prosecutor I almost fell out my chair when Trump didn’t follow up saying something like he’s consider the same thing for the Clinton Foundation. Talk about missing a hanging curve ball.

      I have to believe he’s not gonna let that happen again.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Thanks for your concern. It’s totally off base and out of context. Trump had the entire event stacked against him, from faulty microphones to a moderator acting like a tag-team debater with Hillary, to ridiculous questions. His job was to appear likeable and presidential. For this he was prepared. He is not a scripted, polished, politician — that’s what robotic, inauthentic Hillary is. Have you read anything about how this debate changed nothing about the campaigns or candidates? In fact Trump probably picked up a couple of percentage points of undecideds.

      Please spare us the doom and gloom.

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      • Coast says:

        And why is it Mike that we constantly have to have hit-job moderators? Why is it that we constantly have to have an unfair playing field on every one of these debates…including the next two? And why is it that we can’t be honest and admit that Trump wasn’t very well prepared, made some bad facial expressions, and didn’t defend his integrity very well? You don’t go in front of a 100M audience and not have a good mind-set of talking points…including reviewing the smear jobs coming your way. Honestly, I think Clinton had advance knowledge of questions…as a result these debate forums need to change. But yet, the GOP is just another paper tiger and not supportive of Trump. No gloom and doom…but a taste of reality that we need to own up to.

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        • ZurichMike says:

          The media is 95% leftist — do you now know that? Nothing to do. You have to deal with them. He is not a career politician. He is a blue-collar billionaire. Why is it that as supposedly “unprepared” (i.e., not a practiced, smooth-talking snake oil salesman) as he was, he kept even in the polls or increased? Why do all polls but one show him the winner last night? Because of authenticity, not pearl-clutching hysteria.

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        • wyntre says:

          “By tomorrow, no one will remember what either of them said during the debate. But we will remember how they made us feel.

          Clinton won the debate last night. And while she was doing it, Trump won the election. He had one thing to accomplish – being less scary – and he did it.” – Scott Adams

          http://blog.dilbert.com/post/151007796236/i-score-the-first-debate

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          • paulraven1 says:

            “He had one thing to accomplish – being less scary – and he did it.” – Scott Adams

            I find this comment glibly and insultingly reductionist. Adams is full of himself. Trump could have been “less scary” while also accomplishing several other things.

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            • wyntre says:

              Not everyone is a Scott Adams fan. I get it. But he is saying the same thing, with different words, that other Trump supporters have.

              Gingrich: “This was a very big win for him… The entire Clinton case that he is incapable of being president died somewhere on that stage.”

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      • maxx power says:

        Mike, what I think some of the folks here are missing is although WE like his rough & tumble style, others don’t. You say “He’s not a scripted & polished politician.” But that’s what the lo info people expect! And those are the voters he’s trying to harvest now. Scripted & polished =Presidential to those people. Not to all of us here, we hate that, I hate that too. But he already has our votes. He already has the outsider\change votes too. He’s never going to be very polished, but he was darn great in Mexico & that’s plenty good enough. He can be “rally” Trump after he wins. Until then I want to see the “teleprompter” style Trump. It’s part of closing the deal. He’ll do great in the town hall debate that’s up next. That’s perfect for him. A week from now, no one will remember this debate, so no big deal. I’m not the least bit concerned. Merely making an observation.

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        • The Boss says:

          Trump showed a contrast that was lost on most viewers.
          He is change. She is status quo.
          What do you have to lose?

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        • the5thranchhand says:

          Trump does not have to be polished. He is above all else honest, forthright and believable. Besides he loves the United States and her citizens. It shows, big league! We love him for it.

          Trump/Pence 2016

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          • maxx power says:

            That was my point. We here don’t need or want him polished, I agree. But we’re not the entire country, and there are votes out there who do want a more polished candidate. That’s what is hold them up, I hear it all the time here in western PA. That’s why I brought it up. I’m greedy, I want every vote. I want Trump to destroy her in a historical landslide that no one can dispute.

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    • You have to “flow” a debate in order to make the points you want to make as your opponent makes his or her argument. You write down stuff they say that you want to requote or repeat. Then, you take their points – one by one – and refute.

      Otherwise, you lose.

      Practice, this, Mr. Trump!

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      • Wend says:

        You can do that if it’s a real debate or oral argument with rules, not some pissing contest called a “debate” in which you’re double teamed and the other side (including Mr. Dolt) is cheating.

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      We have all heard of the Monday morning quarterback – can call all of the right plays after the fact.

      Well, there is also the sideline quarterback – the one who can call all of the right plays while sitting watching the action. That is because they aren’t in the action.

      No matter how many want to proclaim “He should have said this, he should have said that, he missed a zinger there…yada, yada, yada…the fact is none of us were on that stage. He was. And his answers were his answers. Whether they were his answers because “he wasn’t prepared” or because “he has another plan” or because “he couldn’t handle the setup” – it doesn’t matter. He was in the situation, and, I think, handled it in a very “Presidential” way.

      We can all sit in front of the computer or TV and think of great responses and zingers on the sideline. We don’t know what his thought process was in the moment.

      I said it in another thread last night, will say it again here:

      The Hillary / Holt debate team put all of her cards on the table.
      Trump still has his cards in his hand.
      2 Debates to go

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      • Coast says:

        And Trump needs to trump that b–ch to the wall next time.

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          No, with respect, he does not . He needs to remain himself — and that is why we are voting for him. He needs to say what he believes he needs to say to run for president. The Truth, to the best of his ability. He does not need to trounce, swing wildly, smash, or do anything else foolish that fully frustrated (by lying Hillary) individuals believe. Her evil oozes from her person (if there is a human one left). This is about the presidency. Donald Trump is our man.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        There has been way too much shoulda coulda laments about Trump’s performance last night. I agree with your comment.

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    • Mike says:

      “He wasn’t able to expose Clinton for the creep she is,”

      She didn’t need any help, She did a good enough job herself.

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  16. lilann2012 says:

    The debate in no way changed my mind or heart-I’m with Donald ’til the very end (2 terms, right?).

    Interestingly enough, a woman my husband works with watched the debate last night, and it did push her over to the Trump Train, so in my mind Donald did what he needed to do last night! Convert more Americans!

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    • ZurichMike says:

      It has nothing to do with technical debate prowress. It has to do with warmth, empathy, and authenticity. This Trump has in spades. Hillary has none of these qualities, rather, she is a craven, soulless, power-mad bitch — totally unlikeable, totally fake.

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    • singingsoul says:

      lilann2012 “Interestingly enough, a woman my husband works with watched the debate last night, and it did push her over to the Trump Train, so in my mind Donald did what he needed to do last night! Convert more Americans!’

      YOUR WORDS COULD NOT BE TRUER.
      Trump did not need to convince us . He needed to convince the fence sitter and I believe he did. Young kids are very much into this unfair thing and Hillary and Holt were unfair and looked unfair. Young people do not like dishonesty and Trump came across who he is honest.

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  17. KBR says:

    Talked to a friend who is putting in a new heat pump at my place today about the debate. I. The end he said “I don’t get down into the weeds with following politics, but to me it kinda boils down to good versus evil.” And he knows the good is Trump.

    And he is oh so right.

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  18. Lester had an earpiece and mic. I thought for some reason the mod was not supposed to be equipped.

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  19. keebler AC says:

    Lester the Court Jester and the Pravda media purposely ended the debate with consecutive “controversial” hits on Trump.

    For Trump to be cognizant of one single person in the room, Chelsea, a young college educated woman, and daughter of even his nemesis, and felt uncomfortable bringing up real but relevant nastiness in her father is attributed to his caring for what he feels are nice women. When it’s Rosie and MK who attacks him viciously and out of line, all bets off. Something significant to share with the younger female voters a lot.

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  21. Merle Marks says:

    My take…after watching Fox interview, I amazed that President Trump doesn’t bitch and moan and whine about obstacles…it is part of the game. He is even smarter than I have credited him for. He doesn’t get down…he is not taking it personally…he doesn’t “hate” Hillary like many of us here do…he doesn’t cry about Lester…he says ‘Oh, geez…he was tough, he was tough”…like facing Nolan Ryan fast balls as a batter…he doesn’t take it personally!!!! He doesn’t get emotional, because that interferes with planning and strategy. There isn’t a person on this webpage who hasn’t been totally blown away by Trump’s efforts, yet many say that he missed opportunities. Maybe…but let him continue to amaze. We are ALL worried about this country being under Hillary’s control..I get it. But if Trump were to lose, it won’t be because he should have said this or that in a debate and didn’t capitalize on it. It will be because too many people in this country didn’t care enough to protect our liberty…too many closed their eyes to the evil stealing America right out from under them and too many stood by and cheered as the election was stolen. Hillary Clinton isn’t the problem, people. 50% of this country is the problem. Hillary is the weed that grows in the untended garden. The problem isn’t the weed. It is the disinterested gardener. TRUMP/Pence 2016

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  22. keebler AC says:

    Trump called it smart not to pay more taxes than needed legally to the corrupt government who cavalierly spends people’s hard-earned money to the tune of $20 trillion with nothing to show for it except third world infrastructure. He said Secretary (Criminal Clinton) would have squandered the portion he paid too, when she listed off the military expenses (you mean like the VA lack of vet care while $6 bln went missing in the SOS?).

    When people attack Trump for taxes, retort about the squandering of tax money by Obama and Hillary. Include the Iran deal ransom money. Include the lack of funds for security for Benghazi. Obama could find money for the ransom to Iran but not security for Ambassador Stevens. This should tell them that funding terrorism while defunding protection of Americans here and abroad is Hussein’s number one priority….and it will also be Hilliphate’s. Expect more wars and destabilization, this time in America.

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  23. NHVoter says:

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  24. mamadogsite says:

    Florida will be over the top for Trump. Early voting ballots are somewhere like 144,000+ more Reb. Than Dem. Setting records down here. MAGA records from Florida. We live here.😎😎😎

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  25. bpk1300 says:

    To quote from LameCherry blog, (I know, I know, it can be rough and tough reading there) but this is a good summary for my American voting friends:

    I will tell you again in all you have to do until your vote on election day when you verify it was Donald Trump you were voting for is this:

    Support Donald Trump no matter what.
    When the opportunity now arises tell people Mr Trump is our only hope with a few examples.
    Example A: Mr. Trump will not have anyone under 50,000 pay income taxes so no more IRS for the poor.
    Example B: Mr. Trump will stop the terrorism in America by capturing all the criminals Obama let in.
    Just keep telling yourself that Donald Trump by God’s Grace is going to win this and calm down.

    No one is asking you like the Minute Men to take a bullet ok. Homeland is not visiting you like it is some popular people trying to save America. You can hide behind bushes, stumps, trees, even under your bed, but for your sake, just keep posting and talking about supporting Donald Trump, and stop listening to the lies designed to make you doubt, and on election day, go verify your vote for Donald Trump.

    This Canadian is counting on you and cheering you all south of my border, stay the course and elect our DJT!!!!! God bless each of you

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    • mamadogsite says:

      You sound like a few of my Canadian friends. They too are hoping for a Trump victory.

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      • keebler AC says:

        Along with the rest of the civilized world with the exception of the Saudi country. It’s just too obvious now that Hillugula is candidate for the Saudi Kings and will act as a pimp for them selling out women and gays. Arabic feminist women hate Hillugula. College age white women need to get with the program!

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  26. Linda Ruth says:

    So they added sound effects to Trump and stifled what he was really saying.?

    Ex-pat in Mexico says:

    Sep 27 2016
    TRUMP HAD A DEFECTIVE MIC
    Now I know why Trump was visibly disturbed – Over the TV, the microphones all appeared to work. But at the debate itself, over those speakers, they were cutting his voice off, adding distortion, etc and that makes it virtually impossible to speak. THEY SCREWED WITH HIM BADLY and he still won, HANDS DOWN.

    [ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/27/they-gave-me-a-defective-mic-donald-trump-claims-after-heated-de/
    They gave me a defective mic,’ Donald Trump claims after heated debate
    by Chris Graham
    27 SEPTEMBER 2016 • 6:14AM
    The Republican candidate replied that he thought Mr Holt “was fine”, before claiming they “gave me a defective mic”.
    “Did you notice that? My mic was defective within the room,” Mr Trump insisted.
    He went on to suggest it was done on purpose. “I wonder. Was that on purpose? Was that on purpose? I had a mic that wasn’t working properly…” ]

    The scamming MSM knows that everyone heard him come across fine on the TV, and that they can screw with him with this topic because no one who watched TV could hear what was going on at the actual debate. But from Trump’s perspective at the debate, they put him through HELL. That is the type of thing you get from the lowest banana republics. But what would one expect from the tribe, which owns the media? You don’t expect fair, do you?
    http://82.221.129.208/basepageg4.html

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  27. telerider says:

    Equally telling was when HRC said that this election is about globalism vs. nationalism. It passed by very quickly but my ears picked right up on that little comment. We know who her real bosses are. MAGA!

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  28. Oldtradesman says:

    Neil Cavuto Just Busted MSM – Plays 2003 Trump Interview Where He Was Against War:

    “Because perhaps he shouldn’t be doing it yet. Perhaps we should be waiting for the United Nations.”

    Let’s add Neil Cavuto to the Howard Stern and Sean Hannity lineup supporting Donald Trump’s reluctance to get involved in Iraq. Cavuto’s 2003 recording provides great sound bites to pose against Senator Hillary’s 2003 war dance whoops. It can also be pitted against The Clinton Slime Machine’s non stop spin that Trump is not willing to work with other countries, is trigger happy, etc. It’s Hillary who is trigger happy.

    The Donald hung ISIS on Hillary’s neck last night, along with NAFTA and TPP. Now he needs to tie Libya and especially Iraq around her neck just as tight.

    Hillary continued her story telling about her “war time heroics” that started in 2008 when claiming she had landed under sniper fire in the Balkans. Her story about being in on Bin Laden’s kill is another one. She sat in room with Obama and watched the SEALs and the Nightstalkers do it. Trump needs to hit her hard on “stolen valor”.

    Check this out:
    Hillary Clinton Is Outraising Trump 20-to-1 Among Billionaires

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-26/billionaire-donors-led-by-soros-simons-favor-clinton-over-trump

    My suggestion is for Donald to do the following:

    “Hillary, you’ve got the bulk of the billionaires donating money to you. They don’t believe you’ll raise taxes on them. They know you’re just saying this while trying to get elected.”

    “In the first debate you wanted to talk about my wealth. I made my fortune leading the Trump Organization. Our major business is building and selling excellent properties for people to live and work in. Along the way I’ve created tens of thousands of jobs for all Americans. I know what it takes to succeed economically and I did it all lawfully. I don’t apologize for any of it. I’m proud of it.”

    “Now according to one of your stories you and Bill left the White House “broke” after Bill’s term. If that’s true then the main reason is because your husband paid $850,000 to Juanita Brodderick to settle her civil suit against him for rape.

    “You went straight from the White House into the US Senate as Senator for New York. Afterward you became Secretary of State. And by the way, its been reported your husband’s speaking fees went up five times when you became Secretary of State. Now in the years since 2000 you and your husband pulled in over $200 million.”

    “I made my money selling real estate. What were you and Bill selling? Is that what the 33,000 missing emails are about? You know, the ones erased by your staffers in what they openly called the “Hillary Coverup Operation”?

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  29. Sayit2016 says:

    Ok 81.4 watching the debate. Sundance ‘s calculation I believe is that 73 Million will vote for Trump. I like those numbers. 😁. ( doing the Snoopy dance again)

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  30. graphiclucidity says:

    Trump dominated this interview.
    He took the three on the couch where he wanted to take them the entire interview.

    Who else does multiple interviews right after and the day after debates?
    Who does his own spin while a small army of surrogates covers his six?

    Nobody. That’s who.

    Trump is the only candidate to ever dominate the media’s time, energy, and entire waking hours like this. He’s unpredictable and relentless. He’s a magnificent machine and they can’t keep pace.
    He owns them. And they don’t even know it.

    Trump has already paid off the mortgage on the media’s skulls and is letting his vulgarians live rent-free in their heads.
    We may be Iredeemable Deplorables but the left is for sure now a basketcase of Certifiable Desperates.

    And where is Hillary? Where is their shining heroine in this time of great need? Where is the leader of this Stronger Together movement that is inching across the entire nation?

    She’s hiding out like she always has when the going gets tough, checking those poll numbers, seeing which way the wind’s blowing, waiting on her minions to figure out how to plug this leaking ship before the water reaches above their heads.

    Hillary’s getting some much needed R&R and holding onto the rails with both hands like her life depends on it.

    Best campaign year ever.

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