Sunday Talks – Corey Lewandowski -vs- Chris Wallace

The Chief of the Guards for the swamp gates, Chris Wallace, interviewed former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski earlier today.

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129 Responses to Sunday Talks – Corey Lewandowski -vs- Chris Wallace

  1. Russia Russia Russia. All I hear when I breeze by some of MSM …. They are not letting go even though there is no there there………… So there.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      If it was true that Russia hacked the dnc, pudesto etc, it would only prove that information about clinton et al from them, was more trustworthy than it was from her.

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      • DGinGA says:

        I cannot believe the number of people who will argue that “the Russians hacked those DNC emails therefore they are not relevant.” When I counter by saying that even IF the Russians did the hacking, the emails themselves came from the DNC and the information revealed is true, they come back with “No, no, no! It was the Russians!!!” But logically, if the Russians wanted to make up a bunch of bogus emails they could have done that, and they would have been far more incriminating.

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    • MVW says:

      Fake Nuz. Garbage right out of the can, right into the media. Chris Wallace is useless.

      CIA needs to defund these Jackwagons.

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    • wyntre says:

      This manic coverage reminds me of the hyperventilating before the election that Trump didn’t have a chance, Clinton was a shoo-in.

      The media have their script, their narrative – War with Russia. Nothing is going to stop it until war breaks out OR those spreading this BS are arrested for treason.

      All the talking heads are getting their talking points from the same source.

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    • filia.aurea says:

      The Russian obsession is an IC construct. It’s been peddled to the point of being a laughable.

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    • free2313 says:

      People hear the word Russia now and they simply roll their eyes. If they truly had anything, other than innuendos, it would have been outed months ago…
      Exactly, there is not Russia, Russia………

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      • cali says:

        The propaganda drum beats against Russia is simply a creation by the Deep State that is enraged about the checkmate in Syria where Putin ended the crusade of the Deep State. It began in Benghazi when Putin behind the scene read Hillary and Obama the riot act after they committed unspeakable war crimes, recruited mercenaries now called ISIS while shipping tons of weapons into Syria via Turkey.
        Hillary also shipped Ghaddafi’s Sarin gas via Saudi Arabia into Syria killing innocent civilians while accusing Syrian president Assad of these crimes.
        So yes- the propaganda media and the politicians like McCain and others are all part of the Deep State. Putin stands in the middle of the trillions of dollars that Sundance often mentioned. The Deep State has been checkmated by Putin in Syria ergo the lies and propaganda.
        Look close at Marc Turi – an arms dealer hired and licensed by Hillary for the Benghazi/Syria adventure. After much became public Obama’s DOJ assisted by Hillary attempted to railroad Turi who then lashed out promising to blow the whistle what really took place as Obama/Hillary attempted to imprison and silence him.

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    • Wallace is insufferable Moloch Murdoch attack parrot in elitist echo chamber….

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  2. repsort says:

    CW called Perez a “relative centrist”
    WTF? HAHAH. Wallace you POS.

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  3. I cannot watch. I hope Corey did well.

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    • Remington...... says:

      Ditto…Can’t watch that hump. I like his long lost cousin George Wallace better than him. He is way past repulsive.

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    • The Boss says:

      Here’s a big aha moment for those who won’t watch…

      Wallace and the propaganda organs of the DNC still have their panties in a twist of Trump tweeting. Wallace, true to form, got into tweeting again as if it’s some sort of distraction for Trump and his agenda. Now why might that be? Can anyone think of a week or a day gone by when some butt hurt pussy-hat wearing media twit like Chris Wallace hasn’t attacked Trump for tweeting?

      If anyone is distracted, it’s the so-called media and their corporate pimps. Their relevance is in the final stages of a global implosion. Maybe they should drop the subject and try something else.

      Move on, or move over!

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    • rashamon says:

      I only watched it because Corey was spokesperson. He does a great job of anticipating what the idiot Wallace is going to pull and hammers every point.

      Perez a centrist? Wallace’s faux expertise gets more outlandish every day. Juan Williams is just as bad. Both start from a false premise and expect, if they repeat it often enough and loud enough, people will believe them. That’s horrid journalism and they should be labeled for what they are…propagandists.

      The 11 million (?) people who gained coverage under Obamacare were pulled in from expanded Medicaid, usually for those who are well and healthy, but not improving anything for the ones who most needed the insurance and care. I believe, basically, time will find zero-sum advancement for our citizens, but at a billion dollar cost to taxpayers.

      Nice job, Mr. Lewandowski! Direct hit on an arrogant news reader!

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      Corey was awesome as always…..fiercely loyal to our President 24/7!!!!!

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  4. joninmd22 says:

    To say Tom Perez is a relative centrist is to embarrass yourself, Wallace.

    Hope he gets paid enough to sell his soul out to the Murdoch because no one should believe a word he says.

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    • Aparition42 says:

      It’s an old but reliable tactic to drag the center of the “Overton window” toward you’re side of the discourse.

      In order to make their leftism seem more extreme they elevate even more psychotically extreme leftists to the national stage. By making the extreme left even more extreme, the concept of “centrist” also moves left and feels more reasonable to those that are susceptible to this form of propaganda.

      Not so long ago getting a divorce would have ended a political career. The concept of living together out of wedlock was considered extreme. No one even mentioned homosexuality in public, and “transgenderism” was in the realm of x-rated science fiction.

      They elevated pre-marital sex to make divorce look centrist. They elevated homosexuality to make casual sex look centrist. Now they’re elevating transgenderism to make gay marriage look centrist.

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  5. coltlending says:

    Sundance has proposed multiple press secretaries.

    That’s a killer idea.

    Corey Lewandowski ought to be on the second shift.

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  6. WhiteBikerTrash says:

    In books written in the 1920s on Propaganda the case was made that by repeating words together over and over again causes a permanent connection in the human mind. The example of the time was “Coca Cola” and “Refreshing” This is the same reason that we hear over and over about “The Question about the connection between ‘Trump and ‘The Russians” There is no “There,” there. But they have planted one in the brains of the Sheeple.

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    • brucefdb says:

      Yes, it’s why so many people know that there is absolutely nothing dangerous (or predatory) about the homosexual lifestyle and that all Muslims are harmless misunderstood Saints.

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    • coltlending says:

      Yep, and phrasing it as though the Russians hacked the election.

      There is zero evidence the Russians hacked the tabulation of votes or anything else related to the Electoral Collage.

      When the MSM, Democrats or Left say, “The Russians hacked the election” what they are actually saying is, “The Russians hacked the Democrat National Committee” and there is no solid evidence the Russians did that either.

      Do the Russians constantly attempt to penetrate computer networks? Yes. Every government is doing that.

      What clear thinking people now know as a result of whomever did the hacking of the DNC is that the Democrats and MSM are totally corrupt and incompetent.

      That’s why they lost and lost bad.

      We all know that; anyone not in the Treehouse who has any modicum of sense knows that.

      What the Left and the MSM is doing is putting out this lie so that those comming of voting age believe the lie or become brainwashed in to forgetting what transpired this last election cycle by the time they are old enough to vote in the comming years, if they are old enough to be cognizant of it now.

      Any so called news outlet that uses the “Russians hacked the election” phrase is commiting fraud and is participating in fake news and should not be given any credibility whatsoever.

      Someone hacked the DNC and because people saw who the DNC is, and in addition to 8 years of Obama and 25+ plus years of Hillary, people voted, no mas.

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      • NJ Transplant says:

        Even if the Russians hacked the DNC, which I don’t believe, the MSM didn’t cover the WikiLeaks which was unfavorable to Hillary. These people are crazy. Lou Dobbs covered the WikiLeaks story, but I don’t think any Hillary voters watch Lou Dobbs.

        I still think they got the emails from the DNC staffer who was mysteriously murdered. They call it a robbery but nothing was stolen. These people are despicable.

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      • That is why one should never say what one is not. Also never say what one’s hero is not. This is why Reince Preibus’ answer to the last question at the CPAC convention was so good. The host asked, “What was bad about press coverage of the WH staff?” Reince’s PERFECT answer was, “Everything!” Note – he didn’t list a bunch of bad things!

        Such a list would have been like saying, “Everybody said we were BLINK. But, we were never BLINK, Others said we were BLANK. But we’ve never been BLANK a day in our lives. And finally, for those who said we were BLUNK, I assure you that we have never ever ever been BLUNK.”

        What did the audience hear? BLINK, BLINK, BLANK, BLANK, BLUNK, BLUNK. See?

        So, don’t say what you/he are not!

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    • El Torito says:

      They can repeat all they want. They will not change minds of Trump supporters because we all know they are lying scum. They know it and they know Trump calling them for what they are, bypassing them with Tweets and other SM is rendering them impotent. Happy day – see you out on the trail:)

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      White – I was just saying the same thing to my husband last night. If you repeat a lie often enough, people think it is the truth.

      Corey was great. Chris Wallace didn’t get away with anything.

      That Darryl Issa really makes me sick. He was around in the Clinton era. He knows that a special prosecutor can go after anyone connected to President Trump. A special prosecutor would be a nightmare for the President. The crawl on the bottom of the screen on Fox said that Issa supported Trump but Issa barely won his district. I guess he thinks by going after President Trump, Democrats will vote for him. Good luck with that.

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  7. Bob Thoms says:

    I can see why the Trump campaign moved past Corey; nice guy but not the sharpest pencil in the box…….frustrating when sitting at home and you say to yourself; “say _ _ _” or “don’t say that, point _ _ _ out”

    right off the bat I was telling the TV = “tell Wallace the Trump campaign can do alot of things at once, including defend against the media, rollout healthcare, sign EOs, and holding meetings.”

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    • wondering999 says:

      Disagree. I think Corey did fine. Additionally, there seemed to be a bit of a delay on the connection between Wallace and Lewandowski which held things up a bit.

      Admittedly I’m prejudiced *towards* Corey. I just like the guy at a gut level. Comes across as honest and trustworthy. That’s not to everyone’s taste, some people prefer a devious sort of clever which can be funny. Corey’s not funny, at all. But, I like the man and I trust him more than most of the talking heads on the TV

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    • susiepuma says:

      Oh please…………..Corey Lewandowski is head and shoulders above many of the people who ‘speak’ for the President……………..If you think you could do better, put your money where your mouth is and apply for the job of saying what you ‘think’ is happening in the White House…………………………..

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    • coltlending says:

      I did not see it that way at all.

      I thought Corey did great. He responded in a lucid maner to each Wallace atttempt at belittling President Trump and the Administration’s performance and he didn’t waffle a bit. Also, I thought his manner was perfect.

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    • El Torito says:

      Trolling on a Sunday afternoon…

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    • filia.aurea says:

      Respectfully, I disagree. Corey’s responses were considered and right on target. He anticipated well.

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  8. TomRWorc,Ma,USA says:

    I listened to the beginning of George Stephanopolous today and was shocked to hear him quote the NYT article about the Russian “Hacking” of the election. The article that stated 3 TIMES that there was NO EVIDENCE of any contact between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. Shameless.

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    • wondering999 says:

      This is the repetition of propaganda that someone referenced upthread. And we can do the same with FAKE NEWS, FAKE NEWS, FAKE NEWS, FAKE NEWS, VERY FAKE NEWS. It’s B.S. Plus, what person in their right mind wants to provoke and start a war with Russia just to score political points at home? These people are dumb and dumber and double plus irresponsible. I don’t trust Putin but for darn sure I don’t trust the TV heads

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      • readygo137 says:

        Forgot the new theme at NBC ‘Real Fake News” -)

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      • rashamon says:

        The technique was perfect by Edward Bernays who, surprise surprise!, was the nephew of Sigmund “Fraud”! The PTB have perfected it, most notably to turn most students into collectivists by age 18, most certainly by the time they graduate from college.

        With Hollywood, TV, computer games, academia and the Internet, we are lucky our government hasn’t capitulated by now. Thank you, President Trump, for making such a fine effort to save our souls. As Steve Bannon said, we voters have to hold this administration to its promises by remaining involved.

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        • Paul says:

          The Century of the Self (Full Documentary)

          Bernays worked for president president Wilson, and after the war he change the name of what he did from Propaganda to Public Relations…

          Propaganda 1929 by Edward Bernays
          http://www.voltairenet.org/IMG/pdf/Bernays_Propaganda_in_english_.pdf

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          • Mostly true, but the big mistakes the Progressives made were to counter natural American tendencies and to completely misunderstand American motivations.

            My primary example is the Edsel automobile. Planned with total Bernays-ian-style design and advertising to appeal to our sexual instincts. Don’t laugh. That is why the stupid design on the grill was shaped the way it was. Dumb, dumb, dumb.

            I’m sure there are other examples, but the ad-men are not anxious to share them with us.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      The Carlos Slim blog, which is also known as the New York Times is a left wing liars rag.
      They couldn’t find the truth with a map.
      Same with the Jeff Bezos blog, also known as the Washington Post.

      These clowns constantly cry about Hillary’s leaked emails, yet they don’t dispute the content of those emails, and they sure don’t want to talk about that content.

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    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      I am sure. I am absolutely sure that snuffy made it clear that the NYT article stated there no evidence of “hacking”. Afterall snuffy is a “serious journalist”.

      I shall not hold my breath…,

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  9. I still say Wallace looks like a Muppet of himself…….

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  10. Kay says:

    This is why I haven’t watched Fox for more than a decade…Trumps tweet didn’t create jobs. WTH is THAT?! The MSM have their panties in a bunch because Trump bypasses them and goes to the People.
    The R’s had alternatives to Obamacare from day one. Though healthcare isn’t the Governments business.
    Fox…ignorant, stupid or complicit?

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    • wondering999 says:

      I’m going to disagree only sightly. Healthcare *is* the government’s business although they’ve been handling it badly. When idjits did their best to import ebola virus a number of months ago, it should have fallen to the CDC to intervene, make sure the patient was treated at an appropriate facility with nurses garbed in appropriate protective gear. But nobody seemed on top of the situation at all. They couldn’t even locate the person paid a fortune to be the “Ebola Czar”. Complete cluster and we escaped dire horror by a hair.

      Health insurance could be a lot more workable. I bet insurance agents could tell us how… I’m not an insurance agent. But it isn’t efficient. I don’t mind a thousand dollar deductible, even a five thousand dollar deductible (what I had for years) but if insurance costs more than normal treatments, most people will pass it by. I can’t pay over $900 a month which is what Humana would ask for a non-workplace policy for me as an individual right now. I’m better off saving for a rainy day, unless an absolute disaster strikes (which is always possible for people who drive every day)

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      • Howie says:

        I was and quit when the HMO scam began…..1989.

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        • wondering999 says:

          Howie, if it had been up to you, what would you have done differently at that point? Why were HMOs designed in the first place?

          What do you think of “Minute Clinics” in pharmacies, staffed by nurse practitioners? Seems to me that this is where a lot of basic services could be easily picked up at low cost. I don’t know why I should have to go to a doctor for minimal services. I can see why I should send test results to my doctor, and why I should have a yearly wellness/baseline checkup, and maybe pay the doctor (and hospital) a yearly retainer for keeping my records and stuff on file, just like I pay Rural Metro for yearly services even though I don’t expect to need them if I’m careful.

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          • Howie says:

            They were closed panel set ups. Then it expanded to open panel HMO and PPO. The only ones that ever worked were small closed panel HMO with limits on the number of members.

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          • Howie says:

            I think self funded groups of people are the way to go. The group purchases an aggregate and specific stop loss policy and hires a claim administrator. The plan only covers ‘medically necessary’ claims.

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      • MVW says:

        “Healthcare *is* the government’s business although they’ve been handling it badly.”

        Hmmmm. 50% of all Americans have one or more chronic disease, and 25% have two or more chronic disease. Those are standard statistics. ‘Badly’? What would disastrous look like? Maybe the Federal Government should require everyone smoke. /s

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      • mopar2016 says:

        It’s not constitutional for the government to create something and force the American people to buy it. I don’t care what chief justice Roberts says, it’s not constitutional.
        The high court has been wrong plenty of times. Ginsburg uses international law in her decisions when she should be applying our constitution instead. That old drunken gas bag needs to go. Although I did find it humorous when she fell asleep in the front row of bongo’s SOTU speech.

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  11. That wasn’t too bad. I am trying to avoid the Sunday shows this week.

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  12. markstoval says:

    It is not “Trump vs. The Media” nor is Trump attacking “The Media”.

    Donald Trump is defending himself against the Corporate Main Stream Media who all have an agenda of preserving the status quo at the expense of regular Americans. It is a globalist policy that will destroy what is left of the culture of the western world.

    I have not seen Trump call out Breitbart News or Fox or One America News Network. I have not seen Trump “attack” the many sites that represent the alternate media. I have seen Trump call out the liars of the MSM.

    That idiot Dan Rather is talking like Trump should be impeached. They did not impeach Obama for being a traitor to America for 8 years and now Rather climbs out of his hole to savage Trump after one month? Oh my.

    It is past time for Trump to help out the alternate media by ignoring the MSM altogether. The DC press is a collection of slime balls. Fire them all! Give the interviews to the little guys. The press of the regular people.

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    • readygo137 says:

      Hope TRUMP only send Cory or Miller to the LIB media. KC to the friendly news of Dobbs and Hannity. NO ONE ELSE. JMO

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    • litlbit2 says:

      I sincerely believe you can expand the “Trump vs The Media” to “President Trump and the Folks vs The Media” . The Very Fake Media are becoming the greatest enemy of the American people of the United States aided by the GOPe/DNC or UniParty!
      Intentional lying or Very Fake News might as well be labeled a “Funded Terrorist Organization”. Soros included and all he funds such as McCain.

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  13. maga2016 says:

    Wallace is such a naysayer

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  14. Attorney says:

    I just saw this on the wall at the gym working out and posted a remark to BB, it struck me as so one sided…truly, Chris Wallace is vile, a corruptocrat who would sell his mother in order to toady to whichever entity might be most useful for his career advancement.

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  15. Howie says:

    Wallace is better suited to be a gossip columnist that a journalist.

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  16. marierogers says:

    media cannot let the Russian thing go..yes, PUTIN is one of the bad guys, but i cant help hoping that they get together at some point and make heads explode!
    talk of TRUMP joining Russia to fight ISIS coming?

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  17. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Chris Wallace offers up same crap on the menu as Morning Jo(k)e

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  18. Pam says:

    Wallace obviously has no idea what a centrist is. So clueless. Corey did a splendid job.

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  19. Toronto Tonto says:

    Where was Darrell Issa on Hillary’s private server? I didn’t hear him calling for a special prosecutor then. Sessions should recuse himself? 400 pedophiles were arrested in CA last week. I wonder if Issa knew any of them.

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  20. jefcool64 says:

    Chris Wallace, a swamp gatekeeper of a broken down gate. Into the breech friends!

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  21. dt says:

    The Sunday morning Communist attack.

    It’s getting older by the day.

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  22. feralcatsblog says:

    The neo-nazi MSM is like Hitler and the Nazis except the scapegoat is the Russians instead of the Jews. Instead of “The Jews did it! The Jews did it!”, it is “The Russians did it! The Russians did it!”. It is the very same show just with a different cast .

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  23. 77bassguitarist says:

    As michael savage has called him “Chris wallachinsky” he’s indeed a fox news never trump snake 🐍 i can’t stand chris wallace, he’s worse than bacteria.

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  24. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    Wallace accuses President Trump of attacking when the real story is he’s counter-attacking. Wallace is fake news.

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  25. sagatel says:

    V. Putin is a Russian nationalist and an Orthodox Christian. When he took power in Russia the country was on its knees, foreign and domestic oligarchs and Russian liberals thought they will control him just like they control Yeltsin and continue robbing Russia’s vast natural recourses.

    Putin arrested some of those domestic oligarchs, foreign oligarchs were asked to live the country and their business dealings in Russia were audited. He made remaining oligarchs pay tax and stay away from politics. There is still a vast corruption in Russia but it is a child’s play in comparison to corruption in US politics. Putin is demonized in the West because he is one of very few anti-globalist leaders in the world.

    He use to fight back Western journalists writing fake stories about him… once he lost his temper and told the French journalist that he should be castrated along with his beloved Muslim Radicals.

    It looks like President Trump is getting the same treatment from liberal media as V. Putin does and the funny part both are hated by the very same people.

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    • filia.aurea says:

      Therein lies the heart of the matter. President Trump & Prime Minister Putin would be an unstoppable team.

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      • filia.aurea says:

        Thanks, I don’t use Word Press, my inadvertent post was an experiment that went wrong. I was attempting to add the table into a comment on the CTH blog.

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  26. SteveInCO says:

    One minor nit here: I doubt Wallace was pleased with *trying* to trip Lewandowski up.

    He’d have been happy to succeed.

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  27. Newman says:

    Wallace is insufferable…nothing but a total jerk and Azzhole. But Corey was great!!

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  28. Beverly says:

    Did you all notice how UPSET Wallace was? He was quite agitated. Corey, on the other hand, got calmer and more deliberate as the interview went on.

    Someone should get all these idiotic, seditious “journalists” into a room and make them watch the silly old comedy “The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming!”

    Pepper Faceplant with the original movie trailer:

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    • Beverly says:

      Of course, that was in 1966 — when the USSR was full-on Communist dictatorship and hellhole, and the Leftoids in Hollyweird were HUGE fans of them.

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      • unconqueredone says:

        Half a century later they are still fans and ignore the evils done for their religion of Communism. Of course the younger Hollywierd leftists are just stupid and ignorant, but the older ones ought to have learned something.

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  29. UKExpat says:

    The extremely UNDEMOCRATIC DemoncRATS RIGGED their own presidential nomination, WIKILEAKS PROVED that, so who on earth will believe them , or their MEDIA HACKS, if they try to say they haven’t RIGGED this Chairman’s election too.

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  30. Front toward enemy says:

    I don’t mind hard hitting journalism, but wallace is a non stop ” can I trip you up”poseur. I never feel more informed after his charade. God he is irritating and is only in place because of his father.

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  31. Maquis says:

    The second Lewandowski rebuts one of Wallace’s ridiculous attacks Wallace simply says “I want to change the subject to”…[another attack.]

    I never knew that I truly hated Chris Wallace before!

    Insufferable indeed.

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  32. Maquis says:

    The Special Prosecutor law is one of the biggest mistakes EVER made in our jurisprudence. It is no better than a Salem Witch Trial or an Inquisition.

    Some of those appointed as such made half a career out of it! Digging everywhere but the WH Rose Garden, which actually might be a good thing to consider…

    This would be the Media’s Golden Sledgehammer 24/7 until they destroyed President Trump and his family to boot. The subject in question is so specious, so contemptable, so childishly created, sourced, and pushed; that it would be laughable if the stakes weren’t so high and our beloved president wasn’t facing endless slander as he pulls our nation from the brink of ruin.

    Issa has lost all credibility and decency and the RNC better have a good Primary Opponent for him, because I and millions more will contribute to his Primary challenger without question.

    McCain is the mendacious Foreign Agent, the dirtball war-monger and salacious slime seller that ought to be the one under investigation here. Frankly, if the Russians were so interested in seeing Trump as our President, McCain would already have enjoyed a nice hot cup of Polonium 210 tea.

    The Special Prosecutor is a grotesquerie that has no place in our, or any, Democratic Republic. The law should be allowed to expire, or, if my thought that it had a fast arriving Sunset Provision is in error, taken out back and shot.

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