Wednesday, October 14, 2015

'The Great One" - The Donald Weighing In On The Democratic Debate...

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The Donald weighs in on the democratic debate with his vaunted opinions (certainly vaunted among the nutjobs of conservoland anyway) and telegraphs his plan to go nasty at some point on fellow republican candidate Dr. Ben Carson. Which comes as absolutely no surprise because Trump is simply a naturally nasty individual.

ABC News - Donald Trump expressed praise today for Hillary Clinton’s debate performance Tuesday night, telling ABC News that the front-running Democratic candidate “did what she had to do."

"She got through it fine,” he said by phone this morning. “It was a very kind debate, very gentle. She came out the winner."

Trump said Sen. Bernie Sanders should have attacked Clinton more and that their on-stage handshake was a mistake. "I think that he's losing by quite a bit; he shouldn't have done it," Trump said of the Sanders-Clinton handshake prompted by Sanders' saying Americans are tired of hearing about the "damn emails" that continue to dog her campaign.

Trump, the GOP front-runner, also addressed the new FOX News poll that shows a virtual tie between the real estate mogul and Ben Carson. "I can't really explain it,” he said. “I've been number one for a really long time. He's a good guy. He's a nice guy; we get along well. We will see if that continues."

Trump said he will "probably at some point" attack Carson but is holding off for now because "he's been so nice to me."

Carson and Trump will return to the debate stage Oct. 28, when all the GOP presidential candidates are scheduled to meet at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

We've seen one debate (last night) where issues important to America and its people were discussed and it was refreshing to see adults on the debate stge. Soon we will see another debate where the canned and disingenuous talking points (if not outright lies) of the tea party GOP adolescents get another chance to be aired and the candidates get the opportunity put on the next clown act.

Via: Memeorandum

1 comment:

  1. Carson is "suspending" his campaign for a book tour and Trump will appear on SNL. Are they running for president, or running for president in to make money? If the latter, it looks like Trump is doing a bad job of it, as he lost more money (with various corporations cutting ties with him) than he's made... so far.


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