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NoU4EN

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  • [2] June 21, 2016 at 9:36am

    Re: New Campaign Strategy
    In other words….we don’t want Donald Trump to be Donald Trump, so we’re going to sell you a different version. Orange kool aid is going to be replaced by a triple shot mocha. Expect to see him using a teleprompter with speeches provided by professional writers. He’ll cut back on his spray on tan and orange hair. Whalla – a new candidate. Chameleon. #NeverOrangeRaccoon (even redone) and #NeverMaoPantsuit.

  • [3] June 19, 2016 at 5:25pm

    Spot on! I also received a DonaldJTrump.org email begging for $$$. Unsubscribed. He bragged he was self funding – now let him renege on that pledge as well. It’s reported that he already “LOANED” his campaign $2M or more but wants you Trumpbots to ante up to help pay him back. Suckers.

  • [1] June 18, 2016 at 11:10pm

    More of the same big talk coming from a guy who said he knows what it is like to be in the military because he went to a private military school. A legend in his own mind. The massacre is a serious issue and I want a candidate who is going to issue a thoughtful, substantive statement – not a jokester whose followers lap it up when he makes wiseazz comments that are substantially empty of solutions. If an armed Trump had been in that bar, he would have been the first one to hide and wet his pants. Think Barney Fife.

  • [2] June 18, 2016 at 11:07pm

    Someone dropped the ball. All the alphabet agencies – FBI, NSA, TSA et al – have about ten billion dollars worth of face recognition software. Mateen was picked up on surveillance cameras when he was at the munitions store. The owner of the store refused to sell him body armor and ammo and notified at least one of those agencies.

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  • [-1] June 17, 2016 at 4:29pm

    You Trumpbots must be going through some serious withdrawals. Past two days – no Trump stories on The Blaze. No venue. No chance for you to shewt off your mouth and vow your undying support of your little, prissy fingered god. But NO, NO, here you are – butting in on a completely non-Trump related story. I’m not surprised.

  • [1] June 14, 2016 at 8:08pm

    Problem is, your call for them to “be honest” would mean that they actually can connect the dots and think. This whole article is riddled with the “do as I say, not as I do” mindset. Everything that Trump has complained about are tactics he himself has used against all the dozen or so candidates. And his supporters cheered him and were emboldened to go onto sites like this and use all sorts of pejoratives to anyone who disagreed with their idol. Trump uses scorched earth tactics on everyone who gets in his way and then cries like a baby when he gets bad press based on his own insinuating comments.

  • [1] June 14, 2016 at 8:08pm

    Problem is, your call for them to “be honest” would mean that they actually can connect the dots and think. This whole article is riddled with the “do as I say, not as I do” mindset. Everything that Trump has complained about are tactics he himself has used against all the dozen or so candidates. And his supporters cheered him and were emboldened to go onto sites like this and use all sorts of pejoratives to anyone who disagreed with their idol. Trump uses scorched earth tactics on everyone who gets in his way and then cries like a baby when he gets bad press based on his own insinuating comments.

  • [1] June 14, 2016 at 7:59pm

    Problem is, your call for them to “be honest” would mean that they actually can connect the dots and think. This whole article is riddled with the “do as I say, not as I do” mindset. Everything that Trump has complained about are tactics he himself has used against all the dozen or so candidates. And his supporters cheered him and were emboldened to go onto sites like this and use all sorts of pejoratives to anyone who disagreed with their idol. Trump uses scorched earth tactics on everyone who gets in his way and then cries like a baby when he gets bad press based on his own insinuating comments.

  • [2] June 14, 2016 at 7:49pm

    Despicable tactics – lying about a candidate and disparaging his character, so as to sway voters.
    Such tactics that Trump has used very effectively. Goes around, comes around.

  • June 14, 2016 at 7:38pm

    First off, it would help if Trump could complete a one thought, coherent sentence. he repeats corny statements and inappropriate words. However, innuendo by Trump should not be license for WAPO to use their own innuendo. Instead, WAPO should have demanded that he explain his comments, “There’s something going on. It’s inconceivable. There’s something going on.” And that’s the problem in itself. Trump is the world’s worst oral communicator – yes he’s an oral agitator who employs WWF talk to pull in his supporters but he has yet to show thinking people that he can put together a clear (cogent, lucid, logical, rational, coherent, well-argued) thought.

  • June 14, 2016 at 7:07pm

    But elect a showman who mistreats everyone who gets in his way.

  • [-1] June 14, 2016 at 7:03pm

    Agree, no service employee should disrespect customers. Likewise, no public servant or candidate for public office should conduct themselves the way Trump has behaved.
    Bet the Trump supporters were okay with Trump mocking the way Kasick ate his food, with Trump inferring that Carson was a pedophile, cheered when he called Cruz a liar and mocked Fiorina’s face, stayed quiet when Trump mocked a man in a wheelchair, mocked a reporter who has a neurological disorder, mocked a war hero, called women fat and/or bimbos – and generally employed a scorched earth policy against everyone who got in his way. Bet they defended Trump – supposedly rich & smart – through all of this. As a matter of fact, Trump’s bad behavior gave his supporters license to behave just like him. Many of them post on this site. (Yes, that means you debchosen.) However, the minute some low wage morons mock them, they fall apart. No fair. Sue them. Sound familiar? Trump supporters are much like democrats – can’t or refuse to connect the dots.

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  • June 10, 2016 at 9:58am

    “he has a lot of progressive ways about him”…. Proof that he should not be the conservative candidate. Toxic mix – progressive ways and unbridled ego.

  • [1] June 10, 2016 at 9:54am

    You Trump supporters are going to OWN the conservative loss to Hillary. You are going to OWN the next eight years. Two headlines “Most voters believe Hilliary is not telling the truth about emails” AND “Trump drops, now trailing Hilliary in matchup”. Connect the dots. You and your democrat cross over partners insured that a lyin, crooked candidate is running against lyin Hilliary. To believe that we had a dozen candidats – at least six of them were outstanding – and you losers pushed the most flawed candidate down our throats.

  • June 9, 2016 at 8:02pm

    Looks like Hugh and Donald are on the outs again. They’ve had a back and forth love – hate relationship for a year now.

  • [-1] June 9, 2016 at 7:57pm

    Kind of get the impression that Trump think Jesus works for him … like a good employee, Trump can ‘rely’ on him.

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  • [7] June 7, 2016 at 9:24am

    The republicans had a dozen smart (informed) and civil candidates. Through intimidation, Trump and a minority of rabid republicans Trump supporters and cross over democrat voters managed to create a reality show atmosphere to elevate the worst candidate the republicans have ever seen. This maneuver is right out of the George Soros playbook. The only way that Hilliary could possibly win is to set her up against the worst republican. Someone is pulling these strings. Thanks Trumpbots for either losing the election or putting an unstable man into the WH. Either way, we are screwed.

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  • [4] June 5, 2016 at 9:55pm

    Inasmuch as Trump cannot verbally articulate his own policies, I doubt that he has even taken the time to see policies his sycophants have accredited to him on his website.

  • [4] June 5, 2016 at 9:50pm

    Then why did he chicken out of debating Cruz? Why did he chicken out of debating Sanders? Then he should have no problem releasing his taxes before the election. Or his college transcript. See a familiar pattern here?

  • [5] June 5, 2016 at 9:38pm

    Does Trump have a comprehension problem. This isn’t the first time he has been asked a straight forward question and came up with an off-the-wall, non-answer answer. Willfully evasive or natural ignorant? If Trump and Ryan met and had a substantive conversation, then something should have stuck in Trump’s mind. Was Ryan having a one sided conversation. Was Trump in the same room? How come Trump isn’t on top of everything that the GOP leadership believes? Does Trump ever do any research before he goes into a top level meeting? Trump is so uniformed that he doesn’t even know what Ryan has or has not done.

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