Stop The Presses, Piers Morgan Makes Sense – Discussing President Donald Trump (video)…

Piers Morgan appeared on a weekly BBC broadcast to discuss President-elect Donald Trump and the ramifications of a Trump administration.

It’s a little funny to watch the tender liberal BBC pundits loosen a clenched grip on their pearls.  However, in addition to accurately telling the Snowflakes to ‘suck it up’, Morgan accurately outlines the determined approach PE Trump takes to solving problems.

Never thought I’d type ‘Piers Morgan’ and ‘worth watching’ in the same sentence, but there ya’ go:

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  1. Kristi Ann says:

    I voted for Donald Trump!! God Bless all my Sisters and Brothers in Christ Jesus-Yeshua who STAND with the Holy Land of Israel-Yisrael and our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America!!

    Love Always and Shalom ( Peace ) Everyone, YSIC \o/

    Kristi Ann

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  2. feralcatsblog says:

    “Stop The Presses, Piers Morgan Makes Sense “

    Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.
    – Charles Mackay

    Liked by 29 people

    • NvMtnOldman says:

      I notice that as usual there was no mention of the bias of the media. The dems are never questioned. The repubs are hammered all the time and now that we finally have a man that punches back it is terrible. Lewis attacks Trump and Trump fires back and it is Trump that is labeled the attacker. These 2 yr olds in the dem/msm complex are still using their whiney foot stomping tactics they used on their parents. Well it is time for them to learn the meaning of the word NO. Lewis and any other non-white that is negative to Trump should be called just what they are—racists. See how they like it.

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    • Ozzie says:

      Very good quote, I have never heard or seen that perspective. I’m sure it is very common in investment circles.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. FlyingSailor says:

    QFT: “Never thought I’d type ‘Piers Morgan’ and ‘worth watching’ in the same sentence”

    Liked by 11 people

  4. Piers is a great follow on Twitter. He constantly gets attacked by people and attacks back. If you can bear all of the soccer discussion, his account is awesome.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. gerkmonster says:

    They would never let him say that stuff at state-controlled CNN.

    Liked by 11 people

    • don welch says:

      that’s an excellent point. he probably would get away with it once (with on air push back as a given), especially on a live feed of course but after that, not so much.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. mister549 says:

    You’re right. Usually I shy away from anything with Piers Morgan’s name near it. He knows Donald Trump and he made no bones about knowing him. Good interview!

    Liked by 13 people

  7. FreeReaper says:

    My gobs, Piers must of changed or gotten off his meds. This is not the same man that was flapping his ignorant gums all over the US some time back. A body double maybe? Keep doing whatever you are doing Piers. You actually make sense now and seem to have a decent perception on Trump and the US situation.

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    • don welch says:

      he knows trump from time spent on the apprentice. piers is a feisty liberal pragmatic entrepreneur and is setting himself up for some very good gigs over the next four-eight years. if i knew pe donald trump i would be doing the same thing.

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    • fuzzi says:

      FreeReaper, perhaps being free from the constraints and restraints of a network calling the shots has made a difference for Piers?

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  8. Trumpelstiltsken says:

    Piers has been admirably defending Trump ever since he emerged as the GOP frontrunner during primary season. Morgan is still a moonbat gun-control freak, and obviously disagrees with Trump on policy issues, but he’s been a staunch advocate of Trump’s extraordinary leadership skill set.

    Liked by 11 people

  9. Oldschool says:

    Wow!!!!

    Sundance, love that picture storming the Lincoln Memorial (think that is what it is). Exactly what it feels like. Thank you so much.

    Liked by 9 people

  10. PatriotKate says:

    The whole panel was great. Thoughtful, open. Unlike our media. Piers Morgan has been largely positive about PE Trump and regularly points out the Liberal hypocrisy. And, he’s clearly fond of him personally.

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Fe says:

    Sundance, thank you for this. I loathed Piers Morgan for his liberal bias for the longest time. Great interview that did not make my blood pressure go up.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. be says:

    No one “owns” President Elect Trump. That to me is the baseline that sets him apart and gives him the power to be who he is. Who we honestly love. Love his honesty and the fact he has always come direct to the American people (us) and now as PE he still does.
    PE Trump listens and cares. He has said many times in the rallies he loves us… he loves America.
    When he decided to run and FINANCE HIS OWN CAMPAIGN remember he asked how much it would cost.. A yacht? lol and he was in. IN was he in!! Solid as a rock with us.
    Thank God for PE Trump. Thank you PE Trump for your strength and thank your family for sharing you with America.

    Liked by 16 people

    • WSB says:

      Trump is sacrificing a LOT, as is his entire family. And I know how deeply thankful everyone is here.

      However imperfect he and we are, this is one powerful lesson that honesty is power and powerful to do good in the world. Hopefully, many others will be awakened by that same lesson.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Janie M. says:

        One thing I have noticed, WSB, no one has mentioned what the female attorney spokesperson mentioned in his first official press conference a few weeks ago (remember the long/high stacks of files on a very long table?) is that ALL the revenue from his foreign investments will be forwarded to the US Treasury. Crickets. Funny the LSM didn’t mention it that I am aware of. He has forgone a salary and now giving his own investment income to our country. I’d say he has sacrificed above and beyond due to his love of country.

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        • WSB says:

          I believe that all revenues from foreign GOVERNMENTS staying at his properties will be forwarded to the US Treasury, otherwise those properties would be out of business pretty quickly.

          But I agree. I am still wondering how Mr. And Mrs. Trump’s expenses will be handled with their residences and other costs, because for eight years, they need to maintain their own personal infrastructure. It’s a little complex because so many of them are within hotels or clubs.

          I do expect the revenues of Trump’s first book out of office to be off the charts, and his library will be very unique and successful!

          Liked by 2 people

          • EWSoCal says:

            Not to split hairs but is it all revenue or all profits?

            Liked by 2 people

          • Janie M. says:

            WSB, with regard to the revenue derived from foreign properties, I would imagine the cost of maintenance, personnel and related expenses, etc., would be deducted first so it would be actually be the “profits” which would be sent to the Treasury. I should have thought of the correct terminology to use, makes a difference.

            With regard to US properties, surely the tax attorneys responsible for restructuring the control of those entities have made allowances so Trump, Melania and Barron can somewhat maintain their lifestyle while he serves in office. Don’t think they’ll have to pinch pennies. 🙂 Besides, their daily expenses related to housing, food, house staff and miscellaneous expenses (including tuition for Barron’s education) would be funded by the government.

            I have no doubt his memoir from his time in office would be a best-seller.

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            • joanfoster says:

              Don’t you mean “excluding tuition for Barron’s education” instead of “including tuition for Barron’s education?

              Liked by 1 person

              • Janie M. says:

                You are correct joan, tuition for any private school for Barron would be excluded. However, in addition to the $400,000 salary (which Trump has declined), there is a $50,000 annual expense allowance provided. If he hasn’t declined this benefit as well (he probably has), it would pay for the tuition. I also learned the Trumps will have to pay for their own food but don’t think they’ll be reduced to Hamburger Helper. 🙂

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                • joanfoster says:

                  Do you know how the costs of their personal food at the WH is calculated and who does the calculations? I would love to see the receipts for the Obamas.

                  Liked by 1 person

                • Janie M. says:

                  Wouldn’t know how they calculate that, sure it’s more generous than what gov’t. agencies believes us peons spend on groceries. And didn’t they (ozeros) have a fondness for very pricey Wagyu Beef? Michele didn’t look like she was missing any meals.

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            • WSB says:

              Janie, yes. To clarify…profits from foreign governments using the facilities.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        I believe that when Trump makes this nation strong and secure again Europe in its entirety will do the same. At this moment while the Globalists continue their construct nations who are part of the EU are wondering what they’re getting for the price they pay. Add to that the violence the illegals have brought to Europe’s Sovereign nations and Trump will be a breath of fresh air as they come to terms with what is best for their people.

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    • OmaMAGA says:

      Thanks CTH for the inspiring picture above with the landing craft. The Deplorables have landed.

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  13. Luke_Luck says:

    Did he hit the lottery or something? He’s acting like he has F U money & can speak his mind now.

    Other than his gun control position, all I’ve heard from him lately has been rather reasonable.

    Liked by 1 person

    • The Boss says:

      He’ll change his mind on guns one day. Something bad will change his mind.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Alexsandra says:

        I will say that on guns it probably is just a result of growing up British. When I was a very little girl in the 1950’s we lived in London and I remember even even then British police officers (“bobbies” they are called, there) carried nightsticks but no guns.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Deb says:

          The 1950’s were a much different time everywhere.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Likewise here in New Zealand. Even to this day our cops do not carry guns. When there is a crime involving guns, they call in the Armed Defenders Squad.

          Our overall culture is different, more peaceful in general.

          There is a minority in our country that fully appreciate your 2A and support your way of thinking on the matter, but for the time being, we have no need and the general population here just “don’t get your obsession with guns.”

          However, most unfortunately, our crime rate is steadily on the rise and things may need to change sometime in the future.

          Cheers

          Liked by 2 people

          • WSB says:

            Our 2A is to defend ourselves against tyranny, in as much as self defense. This is exactly what we are witnessing at the moment – the flailing throes of an evil coup and historic counter coup.

            THEY know there will be all out civil war if we do not have a peaceful transition to the government we elected. Period.

            Liked by 4 people

            • sunnydaze says:

              When the first batch of Chinese exchange students were allowed to come to the US in the early 80’s, a Chinese friend of mine was curious about why Americans had the 2nd Ammendment.

              I told him it was in case the Gov. got out of control and people needed to fight back. He was speechless. LOL.

              Liked by 6 people

              • WSB says:

                That’s hysterical! I am constantly explaining this to my British and Australian friends. Then they say it’s too dangerous in this day and age.

                Then I remind them, we had more guns per person in the 18th century, and had none of these problems…because we had Christianity, self respect, education and discipline.

                Then they are speechless. LOL.

                Liked by 5 people

                • shallbe4 says:

                  Mr British Husband was very anti gun when we lived in Britain but after coming to the USA he understood that guns were necessary in this country. Never heard him spout his gun control speech again–what a relief that was.

                  Liked by 1 person

                • WSB says:

                  And a cutie with a great accent!!!!!! 💂

                  Like

            • Esperanza says:

              Unfortunately, this also we are seeing newly, bigly.

              Liked by 1 person

          • Clearly, Brits, Europeans and New Zealanders don’t understand our 2nd Amendment.They still foolishly think it’s about self defense and hunting when it’s actually about defense against the tyranny of government. This is why governments push so hard to disarm the people and why we fight against it.

            Liked by 8 people

          • Paco Loco says:

            It’s not an obsession, it’s a passion to be free to defend our freedoms and protect our families.

            Liked by 1 person

        • mopar2016 says:

          The police in Northern Ireland all carry guns.
          But almost all of the rest of the UK don’t allow it.

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      • I think the effect of Brexit and the vote on Brexit has awakened the inner Englishmen and Welshmen in the UK from their brainwashed dreams. I bet if they had the vote again, Brexit would win by an even bigger margin.

        Liked by 4 people

        • I’m imagining a scene where zombie-like people are sprayed by some miracle drug and you see them waking up, their eyes clearing, their posture firming. I hope that happens here in the US, too!

          Liked by 1 person

          • sunnydaze says:

            I’m seeing it already, Investing. Particularly among the Bernie peeps who did NOT vote Hillary.

            Even if they didn’t vote Trump, the MSM bash is waking some of them up. Kind of reminds me of the Megyn Kelly fiasco in the 1st Debate. Her attempt at a “takedown” drove a lot of people to his side right from the start.

            Liked by 2 people

        • mikeyboo says:

          I agree, especially now they have seen Trump’s success.

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        • shallbe4 says:

          I agree that the vote would be even bigger if the election were held today. The British Middle Class who would not dream of voting for UKIP is strongly supporting Brexit and wants UKIP’s policies to be instituted sooner.

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      • Esperanza says:

        I agree. I have too. The situations are very different in the US and Europe. What made me understand was reading the detective novels that happen on the Navajo reservation. If one of the old women had a problem it took half a day to get to them after the phonecall. Of course you need a gun. Plus animals. The biggest predator I will have for my chickens will be foxes. In Europe we just don’t have that. Also our societies were very safe, we didn’t have the feral humans you do. Lastly our houses aren’t like yours. They are defendable usually. I was terrified watching the cc footage of the woman in Détroit I think it was. The bullets going through her walls. Terrifying. However, like you said things are changing here.

        Also the no guns thing is over done. Hunting is a constitutional right in France. They hunt wild boar a lot.

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  14. Carolyn says:

    Piers knows PE Trump well.. he was a contestant on Apprentice and they became so friendly he was brought back as a judge with one of the Trump children the following season… It might have been when Ivanka was off due to childbirth……. so he knows PE well and he likes him…. has been very defensive of him, too.

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  15. mariner says:

    “Never thought I’d type ‘Piers Morgan’ and ‘worth watching’ in the same sentence…”

    Never thought I’d agree with such a thing either, but this election continues to be full of surprises.

    Thank you Sundance.

    Liked by 8 people

  16. teajr says:

    Love Trump, but I love my 2ndA more.. P. Morgan is a gun grabber, so we have to make sure that his gun grabbing narrative isn’t forgotten. In any case, I was able to listen to him w/o puking, so I guess that counts for something lol…. +1 for Pres E Trump!

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  17. julegate says:

    I enjoyed listening to this discussion. I liked when Piers Morgan said Washington as we know it is dead. Also if Mr Trump fixed immigration and brought back jobs he would be go down as one of the best Presidents. I think he is already on his way.

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  18. Kathy Brown says:

    Oh for Heaven’s sake. After all the years and years and years of amoral, nasty and say-whatever-will-fly Piers, how can anyone for one instant BELIEVE this clown?

    Piers is making a last-ditch attempt to get back in the spotlight. Departing from his far-left idiocy for the moment guarantees that.

    All that’s happened is that he’s hired a new polling company and this is their ‘cutting-edge’ advice. This is a ‘man’ who’d sell his mother, his daughter and whomever else he had to barter, for a return to ascendancy on prime-time USA.

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  19. sunnydaze says:

    He’s been writing a lot of great (pro-Trump/anti Snowflake/Haters) articles for Daily Mail the past couple weeks.

    Maybe the anti-Trump brouhaha has gotten to him. It’s a turn-off for many people who were on the fence or even kind of anti-Trump just a short month ago.

    Here’s the Golden Globe commentary he wrote, there’s others:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4102026/PIERS-MORGAN-Sorry-Meryl-hypocritical-anti-Trump-rant-easily-worst-performance-career-apart-time-gave-child-rapist-standing-ovation.html

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  20. Reality Wins says:

    Has everyone seen this?
    http://www.scotsman.com/news/inaugural-poem-for-donald-j-trump-revealed-1-4340260
    President Trump is getting his own inaugural poem!
    Maybe his true Scotsman will come out and he’ll show up to the inauguration in a kilt!

    We should have the poem at the top of the Presidential Open Discussion thread starting tonight and through the 20th.

    Liked by 4 people

    • WSB says:

      Had to. MacKenzie is a NM resident:

      The Society’s mission is to preserve humankind’s artistic traditions; to reestablish poetry as one of the most widely appreciated forms of literature. Here’s the inauguration poem from the Society of Classical Poets By Joseph Charles MacKenzie:

      Come out for the Domhnall, ye brave men and proud,
      The scion of Torquil and best of MacLeod!
      With purpose and strength he came down from his tower
      To snatch from a tyrant his ill-gotten power.

      Now the cry has gone up with a cheer from the crowd:
      “Come out for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!”
      When freedom is threatened by slavery’s chains
      And voices are silenced as misery reigns,
      We’ll come out for a leader whose courage is true
      Whose virtues are solid and long overdue.
      For, he’ll never forget us, we men of the crowd
      Who elected the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      When crippling corruption polluted our nation
      And plunged our economy into stagnation,
      As self-righteous rogues took the opulent office
      And plump politicians reneged on their promise,
      The forgotten continued to form a great crowd
      That defended the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      The Domhnall’s a giver whilst others just take,
      Ne’er gaining from that which his hands did not make.
      A builder of buildings, employing good men,
      He’s enriched many cities by factors of ten.
      The honest and true gladly march with the crowd
      Standing up for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      True friend of the migrant from both far and near,
      He welcomes the worthy, but guards our frontier,
      Lest a murderous horde, for whom hell is the norm,
      Should threaten our lives and our nation deform.
      We immigrants hasten to swell the great crowd
      Coming out for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      Academe now lies dead, the old order rots,
      No longer policing our words and our thoughts;
      Its ignorant hirelings pretending to teach
      Are backward in vision, sophomoric in speech.
      Now we learnèd of mind add ourselves to the crowd
      That cheers on the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      The black man, forgotten, in poverty dying,
      The poor man, the sick man, with young children crying,
      The soldier abroad and the mother who waits,
      The young without work or behind prison gates,
      The veterans, wounded, all welcome the crowd
      That fights for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      Whilst hapless old harridans flapping their traps
      Teach women to look and behave like us chaps,
      The Domhnall defends the defenseless forlorn;
      For, a woman’s first right is the right to be born.
      Now the bonnie young lassies that fly to the crowd
      Have a champion in Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      But for all his great wisdom, the braw gallant man
      Is matched by his children, the handsome Trump clan,
      And the flower of Europe, Melania the fair,
      Adds a luster and grace with her long flowing hair.
      May they flourish and prosper to form a great crowd
      Around the good Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      Is there man left in Scotland, without base alloy,
      Who remembers the Wallace, the Bruce, or Rob Roy?
      Or have five hundred years of a blasphemous lie
      Robbed your manhood of might that you lay down and die?
      Get up and walk free, all ye brave men and proud!
      Long life to the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

      Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/news/inaugural-poem-for-donald-j-trump-revealed-1-4340260

      Liked by 4 people

      • Reality Wins says:

        THANKS! Your copy looks better than the one I did below.

        Notice how the Scotsman Trump and the Irishman Morgan are teaming up to defeat those who consider themselves royalty!

        Liked by 3 people

        • WSB says:

          Ha! Yours is how it is in the post. I try to read the thread before spouting off, but got so excited by the poem, I forgot to look down!

          Love the last part, urging one’s own countrymen to wake up!

          Liked by 2 people

      • missmarple2 says:

        I love that poem. I have Scottish roots.

        Thanks for posting it.

        “The scion of Tirquil, the best of McLeod.”

        Sounds goof to me!

        (It’s pronounced McCloud, I think, which makes sense in the rhyme scheme.)

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  21. Mike says:

    Piers M. mentions that Trump has 16 million followers on Twitter and 16 million on facebook. Then consider how many people retweet, share, repost and so forth. How long does it take for it to reach a billion people? Not very long.

    All he has to do is tweet, or write a little piece for face-book and other people do the rest of the work for him, gladly. Even if his enemies hate retweet for him, and they do plenty of that, he ends up getting more exposure. And it doesn’t cost him a dime. Holy Moly talk about leverage.

    I hope he adds a periscope type thing to his twitter account, facebook or his own site so he can talk to his supporters and the world directly.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Pam says:

    Yes Sundance it is shocking to say Piers Morgan is making sense here but he is. He understands completely how Trump got elected and why the American people relate to him.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. ediegrey says:

    Piers has said nice things about Trump before – what a difference that makes! He’s actually a good guy, who knew? Moving back to England seems to have helped.

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  24. Reality Wins says:

    Hopefully this copies over seamlessly… Inauguration poem mentioned above:

    Inauguration poem from the Society of Classical Poets
    By Joseph Charles MacKenzie

    Come out for the Domhnall, ye brave men and proud,

    The scion of Torquil and best of MacLeod!

    With purpose and strength he came down from his tower

    To snatch from a tyrant his ill-gotten power.

    Now the cry has gone up with a cheer from the crowd:

    “Come out for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!”

    When freedom is threatened by slavery’s chains

    And voices are silenced as misery reigns,

    We’ll come out for a leader whose courage is true

    Whose virtues are solid and long overdue.

    For, he’ll never forget us, we men of the crowd

    Who elected the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    When crippling corruption polluted our nation

    And plunged our economy into stagnation,

    As self-righteous rogues took the opulent office

    And plump politicians reneged on their promise,

    The forgotten continued to form a great crowd

    That defended the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    The Domhnall’s a giver whilst others just take,

    Ne’er gaining from that which his hands did not make.

    A builder of buildings, employing good men,

    He’s enriched many cities by factors of ten.

    The honest and true gladly march with the crowd

    Standing up for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    True friend of the migrant from both far and near,

    He welcomes the worthy, but guards our frontier,

    Lest a murderous horde, for whom hell is the norm,

    Should threaten our lives and our nation deform.

    We immigrants hasten to swell the great crowd

    Coming out for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    Academe now lies dead, the old order rots,

    No longer policing our words and our thoughts;

    Its ignorant hirelings pretending to teach

    Are backward in vision, sophomoric in speech.

    Now we learnèd of mind add ourselves to the crowd

    That cheers on the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    The black man, forgotten, in poverty dying,

    The poor man, the sick man, with young children crying,

    The soldier abroad and the mother who waits,

    The young without work or behind prison gates,

    The veterans, wounded, all welcome the crowd

    That fights for the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    Whilst hapless old harridans flapping their traps

    Teach women to look and behave like us chaps,

    The Domhnall defends the defenseless forlorn;

    For, a woman’s first right is the right to be born.

    Now the bonnie young lassies that fly to the crowd

    Have a champion in Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    But for all his great wisdom, the braw gallant man

    Is matched by his children, the handsome Trump clan,

    And the flower of Europe, Melania the fair,

    Adds a luster and grace with her long flowing hair.

    May they flourish and prosper to form a great crowd

    Around the good Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    Is there man left in Scotland, without base alloy,

    Who remembers the Wallace, the Bruce, or Rob Roy?

    Or have five hundred years of a blasphemous lie

    Robbed your manhood of might that you lay down and die?

    Get up and walk free, all ye brave men and proud!

    Long life to the Domhnall, the best of MacLeod!

    Liked by 3 people

  25. SteveInCO says:

    Those soldiers are headed the wrong way. Capitol hill is behind them (and the viewer).

    Liked by 3 people

  26. rsanchez1990 says:

    Piers has been getting these bouts of lucidity with increasing frequency over the course of the election. Good on him for starting to wake up.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. SoCal Patriot says:

    He has been quite complimentary of DJT throughout the election.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. MVW says:

    These armchair blowhards arrogantly just can’t get past their own bubble. Narcissists is the term, or perhaps turtles that are quick to hiss and retract their heads into their shell. Incredible as it may seam to me, Trump has been saying what he is going to do and why and these clowns haven’t heard a word of it.

    Actually ‘clown’ doesn’t fit. These are the village idiots. Piers is the one eyed king.

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  29. fleporeblog says:

    The moron says there hasn’t been much talk about policy. Are you kidding me? I can lay down his policies because I have heard them a million times and love them all:

    Tax reform (7 brackets down to 3 and corporate taxes reduced from 35% to 15%)
    The wall
    Criminal immigrants returned, self deportation by the millions once we cut off the benefits and folks that overstayed their Visa sent back
    New health care policy,
    ISIS being eviscerated with the help of Russia throughout the world
    Seeing our military morale at its highest point since WW2, new ships under development, new aircraft’s for our Navy and Air Force
    Law and Order restored
    New deals with foreign countries that eliminate our budget deficits, NAFTA
    Energy being unleashed beyond the wildest imagination
    Common Core a thing of the past, voucher and charter schools so parents have choices
    6 week maternity leave for women as well as child care and elderly care benefits
    VA reform for our vets so that they get the best healthcare possible
    SC Justices in the mold of Scalia

    These people are such morons!

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  30. Maquis says:

    Mind. Blown.

    Brilliant!

    Like

  31. Great title. Surpassed only by the Storming the Capital pic.

    Like

  32. Paul says:

    The last month or so I’ve seen a few videos to Morgan that makes sense and it freaks me out each and every single time.

    Like

  33. Peter says:

    He’s right about Brexit too. Love that Trump is thinking he has roots in Britain – MAGA!

    Like

  34. Piers gets Trump: At 3:06 min Piers says of Trump “…in his heart he’s a business man, if you look at him as a political ideologue you’ve completely missed the point of Trump…”
    (see video posted above, link here for convenience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZGrL7MiUYs)

    For me, this is the best point of the video and why Piers understands Trump. And for THAT I give Piers 2 hearts!

    ❤ Piers Morgan ❤


    Donald Trump is not a political ideologue

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  35. Jen MG says:

    I started following Piers on twitter earlier inthe election cycle for his common sense articles and interviews such as this one. He is a regular in the Daily Mail and almost w/out exception his writing was decidedly pro-trump. I never thought I would admire the guy either, but there you have it. Another strange phenom in this era of DJT!

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  36. yakmaster2 says:

    Piers was insufferable in his rabid quest to abolish our 2nd Amendment rights, but I give him credit now for having some common sense on the Trump Presidency.

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  37. MissV says:

    First time I’ve ever heard ‘rubbish’ used as a verb. Jolly good!

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  38. Paul B. says:

    Piers has been consistently hitting it out of the park for several months now. One of the biggest surprises of the campaign season. It seems Trump has had a revolutionary effect even at the personal level for some individuals, and with no one more publicly than Piers. His columns over at DM have been excellent reads.

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  39. TwoLaine says:

    What a bunch of a-h0les. Is this what passes for Newz in the U.K.? They’re on the tubes but still haven’t got a clue what TRUMP’s policies are. Do they not know about the innerwebs? Pull out the corncobs and get a clue.

    SHAME ON THEM!

    As to Piers, he’s a TRUMP Celebrity Apprentice. He would not be where he is today without the show and TRUMP. He knows exactly how TRUMP will #MakeAmericaGreatAgain!

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    • Ono says:

      Excellent comment!

      Piers is a turn coat.

      He will say what he thinks the public wants to hear. That does not make him relevant in any way shape or form. It does make him MSM

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  40. JAS says:

    IT might be worth noting who he was working when here in the States. Those people give you a script and you follow it – period – or you are out.

    If you work for the MSM, every day when you go to work you leave your beliefs at home, or else.

    All these media personalities are just propaganda Talking heads – actors, no more, no less.

    Just keep an eye on Ms Kelly when she starts on NBC. The new “persona” will be pushing the propaganda of the network.

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