Donald Trump and Mike Pence, Valley Forge Pennsylvania – 11:00am Live Stream…

Donald Trump and Mike Pence join together today in Valley Forge Pennsylvania for combined remarks. Following the event Donald Trump heads to Eau Claire Wisconsin and Pence remains in Pennsylvania for a rally in Youngwood.

Their combined schedule is a road-map of brilliant electoral strategy.  The joint event is scheduled to begin at 11:00am at the DoubleTree by Hilton.

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286 Responses to Donald Trump and Mike Pence, Valley Forge Pennsylvania – 11:00am Live Stream…

  1. Concerned Virginian says:

    Talking about how Hillary Clinton and how she wants to EXPAND ObamaCare:
    “If we don’t repeal and replace ObamaCare, American healthcare will be destroyed forever.”
    Let me tell you all something: my husband (AGE 106) is now being CHARGED for part of the fees for seeing his primary care MD more than the once a month visit “allowed’ by Medicare (remember, Medicare/Medicaid are now both part of ObamaCare). Doesn’t matter to Medicare that his medical condition indicates the increased visits to his primary care MD.

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  2. David says:

    APA Polling Average For 11/1/16 (average of historically accurate national polls): http://www.accuratepolitics.com/2016/10/where-race-stands.html

    Trump +1.7 (his biggest lead yet)
    Enthusiasm: Trump +5.4

    State Map: No changes. Trump 265 to Clinton 223. 50 toss-ups. http://www.accuratepolitics.com/p/state-map.html

    Early Voting: No changes. http://www.accuratepolitics.com/p/early-voting.html

    So the question is, if Trump is now up 1.7 points nationally, how do you factor in his 5.4 point enthusiasm advantage? It will likely add at least several points to his final election day results… perhaps he’ll be up somewhere between 3-5 points nationally?

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    • yy4u says:

      Trump is going to have to win by a large margin to overcome the voter fraud the Dems put in place EVERY election. It started way back when when Dornan (CA) raised questions about voter fraud in his district — naturally the media weren’t interested in pursuing it and the Repubs are always wimps. As they proved in LA when Woody Jenkins was winning the Senate in LA until NOLA came in overwhelmingly for Landreau (sp). Then there was the WA State Gov race where they recounted until Gregoire won, then stopped counting — and Al Franken’s first race in MN. They nearly pulled off the presidential steal in FL in y2k and only the SCOTUS stopped them. It can’t this time as if a 4/4 tie, the case reverts to the lower court ruling — which in y2k had the FL SC which was Democratic ruling for Gore. So a 1 point advantage won’t do it. They can steal 1% with their eyes closed. Trump has to win BIGLY

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  3. georgiafl says:

    TRUMP – PENCE
    COMMON SENSE
    SURE DEFENSE
    COMPETENCE

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  4. janc1955 says:

    One of the fears I initially had about Trump was that he’d get bored with the grueling campaign schedule and saying the same things (more or less) over and over again. He’s certainly put that fear to rest. The man is a machine. I should’ve recognized that someone with his level of success is very used to doing what he has to do (no matter how repetitive) to succeed.

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    • WSB says:

      He’s Batman.

      Liked by 11 people

      • Tim says:

        Trump is a Salesman. Trump is a Builder. He was in this from the beginning. No doubt in my mind. You don’t build the Big Building or make the Big Sale in one day.

        Trump!

        Get on the Train or get the hell out of the way.

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        • Wayne Robinson says:

          As a retired structural Ironworker , i can let you in on a secret Trump knows. With the right hands any old whore can get the job done. What i have observed is that Mr. Trump gets good help . He has a tremendous asset people . I have watched the Democrats this season and it is apparent all of them are liars . Lies are the go to first and only choice What difference does it make?- Harry Reids ” it worked ” now Donna Brazil ” im a Christian” oboma ” you can keep your Dr. ” Bill the rapist ” i did not have sexual relations with that girl” Hillarys ” i neither sent or received emails during my time as secretary of state or some bullshit / so many politicians have no concept of right and wrong . What has happened in this world?

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    • Somewhat like a rock band on tour you go city to city, indoors and outdoors, to small venues and large arenas. You go to the people and those who like you show up.

      TRUMP Tom Sawyer
      (Turn up the volume down the home stretch.)

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  5. fred5678 says:

    I lived in Blue Bell, PA (Montgomery Co., 2 turnpike exits from VF) for 25 years. Valley Forge is so amazing in early May with 10,000 dogwood trees. I imagine that sight as I listen to Trump’s measured and powerful presidential voice from where freedom was forged out of ordinary shoeless and freezing men.

    The look and sound of this campaign is one of WINNING! Normal people want to go with a winner, not a loser.

    Hillary’s world is collapsing around her — all those dreams of cheating and stealing for 8 more years …. oh, well. Sad. Just so sad — for her! And wonderful for every freedom-loving person and country!!

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  6. Stephan Howick says:

    Everyone needs to remember that this is not in the bag. The only way any of this matters is if people get out and vote.

    I personally cans sense the effect of this complex psychological operation they are trying to pull to reduce enthusiasm. Up until FBI announcement last Friday we could see a giant ballon being inflated and November 8 was to be our chance to pop it. With the new email investigation announcement they are letting the air out slowly. Come Tuesday’s election it may feel like a let down and our efforts and our votes are just not that important.

    Do not fall for it and do not let anyone fall for it.

    This only happens if we vote.

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  7. I have seasonal allergies like Trump. When I fly in the Spring and Fall, I can barely breathe when I get off the plane… I don’t know how he is able to do this and give speeches. I don’t use Meds because I don’t like being controlled by something – makes me sleepy or nervous.

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  8. I LOVED their speech in PENCElvania! Can’t wait to see Donald in TRUMPsconsin!

    Liked by 9 people

  9. William Ford says:

    I would much prefer that Trump not go to WI and instead do 2 more rallies today in PA which is winnable. WI is not winnable, it’s a waste of time.

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    • JB from SoCal says:

      Electoral maps all show WI (with 10 E-votes) is “competitive” and
      also Paul Ryan (Boo !) just re-endorsed Mr. Trump.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Internally polling dynamics determines these stops. They may be sensing a dynamic shift or eruption. So they respect the internal polling. Every campaign ultimately gets caught up in internal polls. They are in a fever pitch now. Within MOE is like catnip.

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      • chojun says:

        Also keep in mind that the GOP has data on all the congressional races in WI. It could very well be that the GOP candidates for congress are seeing an uptick in competitiveness throughout the state. If that were the case, I’d definitely schedule campaign stops there. I think Minnesota is seeing the same thing, although maybe not enough to warrant a stop there.

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    • Wisconsin is indeed “winnable” this year.

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      • georgiafl says:

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      • yy4u says:

        How can Cooper say with a straight face that Trump “believes” the election might be rigged when the Wikileaks EMAILS SHOW that CNN (Donna Brazile) colluded with Hillary Clinton to rig the debate. No “believing” there — it’s a fact.

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        • yy4u says:

          Listen to the report how the other reporter keeps emphasizing Trump’s “anger”, how he tried to slam Trump for attacking “Sat. Night Live” (a Hillary PAC). Proud of the Wisconsinites who gave it right back to him, esp. the young guy at the end, very erudite and very smart. Loved the lady who called Paul Ryan a “Trader” because she was “uneducated, white, Catholic and Deplorable”. The double entendre was magnificent because PR has TRADED his honor (if he ever had any).

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    • MfM says:

      PA is winnable because Trump, Pence and the rest of the Trump team have been working it for MONTHS since the nomination. Wisconsin with 10 votes in the EC is nothing to sneeze at if he thinks him doing a rally will sway people.

      He could have thrown in an Airport stop in western PA, on his way to Wisconsin. But, let’s give the man a break, he’s been doing rallies non stop for weeks. We also don’t know what is happening right now with all those lawmakers gathered in one place. You and I don’t know what is going on behind the scenes to work on turning out the vote for the election.

      As I keep saying PA doesn’t have early voting, that makes it very different then other eastern States that do.

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      I assume Trump knows what he’s doing… Wisconsin is more than Madison.

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    • El Torito says:

      Noted.

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    • belle819 says:

      Live in Milwaukee, WI, which is probable not in the win column for Mr. Trump, but I believe he can win Wisconsin. The Southeast part of Wisconsin, the Senator Cruz supporters are still not fully on board, but I think they are starting to warm up to Mr. Trump because of the Supreme Court.

      This will be the first Presidential election in Wisconsin with our new voter ID law. While the law isn’t perfect, the Southeast part of Wisconsin used to get a lot of bus loads of people coming in from Illinois to vote early. I am hopeful that the Veritas video, the voter ID law & the AG being a Republican will all work in the favor of Mr. Trump.

      Mr. Trump will be with Governor Walker, Senator Johnson & Representative Sean Duffy today, Speaker Ryan will not at the rally. Part of Speaker Ryan’s district is in Southeast Wisconsin and I don’t think they have forgiven Mr. Trump for taking the Speaker down a peg or two. I do believe that Speaker Ryan does not want Mr. Trump to win Wisconsin because he didn’t four years ago. Anyway, I do believe Wisconsin is winnable and even in Milwaukee there are not as many signs for the Democrats as there normally would be. No real enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton.

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  10. Paco Loco says:

    Trump is going to where his internal polls show that Hillary is slipping. PA, WI, MI, OH all in play now. Even VA may be in play if the herd of federal workers move away from Clinton…long shot but possible.

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    • tony says:

      Couldn’t agree more. Trump senses a big victory, but also wants to have an impact down ballot. I know a lot of people are annoyed at some of the senate republicans like Rubio and McConnell is a snake. But he’s our snake. Imagine late Tuesday night Trump wins in a landslide, only to find out that he’ll be dealing with senate majority leader Schumer. UpChuck is the smartest guy in the democrat caucus by a mile and will ruin everything Trump puts forth. Trump is thinking about a lot more than himself here and he needs Ron Johnson reelected in WI.

      GO TRUMP!!!

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    • yy4u says:

      Fed Workers will never move away from the Fed Worker Party (the Uniparty). They have their noses so deep in the trough they need scuba to breathe.

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    • Wayne Robinson says:

      If your implying that a unions president or their international officers endorsement means the members are bound to vote that way be advised that is not true . In America you vote in privacy and you vote for who you believe would be best in that office. Mature men dont let anyone tell them who to vote for . When union officers say this nonsense we smile cause we exspect this but “we” as Americans vote for who we believe in . When Reagan won it was with massive support by union members in every state voting for who tbey believed in . This time it will be the same

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  11. DebbieUK says:

    Maybe Mr Trump thinks it is winnable.

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  12. georgiafl says:

    This Health Care plan is going to make the NeverTrumpers look really bad – and – unconcerned about the plight of American citizens.

    Maybe Trump is going to Wisconsin today to allow Ryan and Walker a chance to come on board.

    Ryan is teetering on the edge of irrelevance – if he and his Democrat wife don’t see the disaster of Uniparty and Democrat policies, there is no help for either of them.

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  13. Pam says:

    Fantastic speeches by Pence and Trump! I had company over so I only saw bits and pieces. Pence really knows how to hammer home how disastrous Obamacare is because of his time in the house and as governor of Indiana. Trump really did what I call a fantastic Obamacare/jobs speech. These kinds of speeches are what can help bring in more undecided voters.

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  14. Midwest Mom says:

    That speech was a slam dunk, reminiscent to me of Reagan.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. jambo says:

    Good speech, great tone.
    Hillary is running her campaign onto the rocks, millions of people are now not voting for her. Trump has to get as many of those people as he can to vote for him. Calm, reassuring, policy-driven, goddamn Presidential!

    The news is out, a vote for Hillary is a vote for impeachment and then Kaine. Does anybody really want President Kaine?
    The media will do the spadework (finally) the FBI are investigating Hillary, Huma, the Clinton Foundation, the whole shooting (in the back at night) match. People will either vote for somebody who they know is crooked and will likely not last a year or they can vote for a President.

    Cool, calm, collect the keys to the White House.

    Vote
    Tell your friends to vote
    Help anybody who needs transport to enable them to vote

    Chin up, head high, MAGA cap on. The greatest example of glorious, prosperous, beautiful nationhood the world has ever seen will be once more owned by the people in 8 days.
    The story of this election will be passed down in folklore, be part of it.

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  16. Pam says:

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    • Tonawanda says:

      Conway tweeted that Wawa was her favorite store! Makes me curious looking at this picture.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MfM says:

      That’s great, would love to see the video of that!

      WAWA for people outside of their reach is a combined gas station and 24 hour convenience store. Clean bathrooms, cheap gas, decent coffee and good enough sandwiches made to order with kiosk computer entry. Large selection of snacks, including healthy options.

      Anyone in the region knows them and has likely been to one in the last week, if not the last 24 hours.

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      Hah..that is the Wawa I used to stop at…great coffee

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      How about not giving out intelligence where Mr. Trump is Chris?

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    • DelAware says:

      Wawa is the Lenni Lenape word for a Canada goose!

      My father’s family name started as the Lenni Lenape descriptive term for the place where our first foreparents had their first land grant in the New World. Wilmington, DE, today. Our Finnish forefathers didn’t want the Swedish names forced on them in the Old World so created new ones in the Delaware Valley. Finns often took their family names from a geographic feature, and that is true in the case of my father’s line, and I’m am proud this name continues. Since the Lenape and our people got along well, sharing land use, hunting and fishing rights, trading, etc., it reminds me that hardscrabble Americans of all genetics and cultures have more in common than not.

      You can look this up–the New Sweden colony. Millions of Americans can trace their roots to it, being descended from Colonial Swedes. Many of you reading this are likely as well!

      While I think most “Indian” stuff is diversitopian/PC hooey today, I also know that the Lenni Lenape “people of the turtle” remained steadfast and true to their elders and ancestors. But it wasn’t the comic book (or Common Core) curriculum version of Indian-white relations. It was much more complex, with good and bad people on both sides, and wins and losses. I know that my father’s ancestors got along very well with them, sometimes being fined or doing prison time for sharing firearms with the good Lenape people who were fighting other Indian raids (from outside tribes), or trying to hold their own against predatory settlers/exploiters.

      Mr. Trump too is descended from hardscrabble, problem solving, forward-thinking people. He probably wouldn’t know which end of a seedling to plant…but he also knows what he knows and doesn’t know, and is smart and mature enough to recognize and admit that. For that reason alone he needs to be our Chief Executive.

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  17. Pam says:

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    • lepanto says:

      This is great.

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    • G3 says:

      I remember Mitt visiting WaWa. He went on how it was a great place for a sandwich. I had never heard of it before but the place has popped up all over FL.

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      • MfM says:

        What is the reason that Wawa jumped to Florida and left a gap between it and it’s next store? TRANSPLANTS!!! It’s part of the reason that Trump, besides 29 EC votes, is spending time there.

        Every transplant to Florida has family elsewhere that they can influence. Florida is a composite of the rest of the country.

        Also Mitt screwed up he called it Wawas – not Wawa it just sounded wrong to all us natives, even if we didn’t hold it against him. Officially it’s Wawa, but a lot of people spell in WaWa because that is how it sounds. Not that I care, but it’s one of those picky points that people zing people they don’t like with.

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        • DelAware says:

          “We do it just a little bit better–Wawa!”

          You are right about the transplants. Most of my best friends from college in SE PA moved to Florida. They laugh that I moved to the opposite corner of the continent…but I’m a Forest people! Always was out bashing around the Alleghenies and Pine Barrens….

          Do they still have the big dairy processing plant in Wawa, PA?

          Butterscotch Krimpets/peanut butter Tandy Takes and a glass of Wawa milk after school…mmmmmmmmmm.

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    • Shirley49 says:

      TastyCakes. Mmmmmmm. Ate lots of them in my childhood in NJ. Good taste.

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      I used to eat their meatball hoagies all the time.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Can you imagine that group opening up your door and walking in?
      Bet every other customer and employees knew him unlike Clinton that time at that restaurant. 😁

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    • highdezertgator says:

      Wah-Wah George Harrison “I don’t need your Wah-Wah”

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  18. Rondo says:

    It’s not over yet voter fraud is still in play. I have no doubt Hillary still thinks she can win with fraud.

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  19. Pam says:

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  20. Pam says:

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  21. Pam says:

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    • georgiafl says:

      Thanks so much for gathering all the latest and most pertinent posts for us! I really appreciate your help!

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      Pam, yes, thank you for posting these. Great to get tremendous feedback from this speech. And funny how more “statements” are showing up from our halls of Congress.

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  22. Rondo says:

    I never knew a woman

    could tell so many lies

    She had a different story

    for every set of eyes.

    How can she remember

    who she’s talkin’ to?

    ‘Cause I know it ain’t me,

    and I hope it isn’t you.

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    • MfM says:

      I knew someone like that. It fell apart when they started comparing stories.

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    • kenmar1965 says:

      “It could’ve been me
      But it was you
      Who went and bit off
      A little bit more than he could chew
      You said that you had it made
      But you been had
      The woman no good, no how
      Thinkin’ maybe the blood is bad
      Bad (bad) blood (blood)
      The woman was born to lie
      Makes promises she can’t keep
      With the wink of an eye
      Bad (bad) blood (blood)
      Brother, you’ve been deceived
      It’s bound to change your mind
      About all you believe
      From where I stand
      It looks mighty strange
      How you let a woman like that
      Treat you like small change
      I don’t understand
      What you’re lookin’ to find
      The only thing bad blood do
      Is mess up a good man’s mind
      Hear me talkin’ now
      Bad (bad) blood (blood)
      The bitch is in her smile
      The lie is on her lips
      Such an evil child”

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    • unseen1 says:

      Sounds like my ex wife

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  23. Major Styles says:

    Gettysburg, Valley Forge? Donnie, you’re a madman!

    The stones on this guy…respect!

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  24. james23 says:

    Dang, Mr Trump was in my back yard, and I missed him!
    Good to see that he stopped into the Wawa. He should return for HoagieFest!

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  25. davecatbone says:

    Keep fighting, be ready for phony Dem theatre events this week. Hail Marys incoming! KEK

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  26. Reality Wins says:

    A Democrat’s greatest desire is to be a victim.

    On November 8th, you can help Democrats fulfill their destiny.

    Vote TRUMP!

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  27. Harry Johnson says:

    NY times says “Investigating Donald Trump, F.B.I. Sees No Clear Link to Russia”
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/01/us/politics/fbi-russia-election-donald-trump.html?ref=politics&_r=0
    Pathetic CNN even tries to spin it to something:
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/01/politics/donald-trump-russia-fbi-investigations/index.html

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  28. bill riser says:

    Hopefully Clinton Team will keep regurgitating the same attacks and that will make everyone ill of her.

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  29. joshua says:

    interesting comments about Donna Brazile

    Shame on Brazile. May she never suit up for paid verbal combat in the green room again.

    Her deceit reveals an ugly aspect of news talk that will probably go unremedied as Brazile is tarred and feathered by the ethics cops: That is, the whole show-business concept that places paid partisan yakkers on television is corrupt and venal and deserves burial in a shallow grave. The yakkers populate the news shows not because they add much in the way of substance to our political knowledge, but because they’re a cheap form of on-air talent for television’s 24/7 programming needs, and television has been over-relying on them for a long time.

    http://www.politico. com/magazine/story/2016/10/cnn-fired-donna-brazile-it-should-keep-going-214406#ixzz4OmbPl9FV

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  30. gary says:

    I would have liked to have Trump give rallies in New York State.
    Get Madison Garden rally, Giant Stadium Rally, Yankee stadium rally.
    I understand, Trump will not get NY, but, he should have done it anyway.
    Big, Big, Big Apple Rally with 100,000 people would have been fun to see.

    And In Washington D.C. Rally around one of the LandMarks with 200,000 people. 🙂

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    • Wayne Robinson says:

      Gary i understand . Im in California so i get it. I am not disappointed that Trump wont be investing time here . Time is Trump highest valued resourse so even as im disappointed i reason that his team knows what they need to be doing and maybe somehow i could catch him somewhere else or ?

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  31. PC says:

    TRUMP/PENCE
    THE WINNING MESSAGE.
    THE WINNING TEAM.

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