"The Donald" is not happy with Megyn Kelly's questions on the GOP's debate held on the Fox channel,Thursday evening. "During the debate, she pressed Trump about misogynistic, sexist comments he made in the past, such as calling some women "fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals."
http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/08/politics/ … index.html
He spent the early hours(or an underling) tweeting his displeasure at her offending questions about his attitudes towards women. Rosie O'Donnell's name was brought by by him again.
It looks like Trump is a big spoiled baby when he doesn't get the adulation he thinks he deserves.
Conservative commentator Erick Erickson on Friday night disinvited GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump from speaking at an activist conference he is hosting here this weekend, citing disparaging remarks Trump made hours earlier on CNN about Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/ … ar-BBlvnvQ
I totally agree with you. He made a complete idiot out of himself. He can't do better. I wonder if he was ever toilet trained.
Trump has always been a boorish, self-centered, spoiled baby. Nothing newsworthy when he acts in line with his character.
I wish he would just fade into the background and we could all put this embarrassing episode of his ridiculous bid for the presidency behind us. He's already done more damage to the name Republican than every candidate we've seen attempt to run in the past 20 years.
He has a politically suicidal habit of saying what he thinks, not what his advisers have trained him to say. Because of that, he has no chance but still gets my vote, because that's just what I'm looking for.
I like people that are honest and don't BS me as well, but it doesn't have to be an insulting tone every time.
Imagine him as POTUS and insulting his way into a number of wars!
When you know what you are talking about, that is one thing. Trump thinks he knows everything and is very likely, if given any power lead America into war because he doesn't take all issues into consideration. I'm not politically correct, but was raised to have certain level of decorum. Sure, with my friends, alone, I can use every single bad word known to my mouth, and I can pass foul remarks, but in public I know how to say something that reflect my education.
Trump, spoiled, feels he can say anything to anyone. So he can run off his mouth and maybe cause WWIII.
You're both right of course, but I sure like him being there and getting a strong start. A good GOP will not only have to outdo him, but tougher adversaries in the real world.
Donald Trump turns black women into Republicans
"Rosie O’Donnell started that whole foolishness! She was on The View and she was the one who spoke out against Donald and Donald had to come back on her!"
http://www.theamericanmirror.com/video- … gyn-kelly/
I like the Trump, he loves America and he knows business inside-out. I think he would make America greater if he is president.
Right now there are four or maybe five other republican presidential candidates who look just as and even more promising to me then Trump.
Stacie , I consider myself an independent conservative and I can tell you this with all out certainty , Donald Trump will never make it through the election process , He doesn't have chance -iota ,, never has and never will . He is a bigot , a racist , a celebrity born of media , of a hysterial of lower mentality T.V. nuts ! His I.Q. apparently is rather deficient and , in that he's the product of a rich man who bought his son's popularity in present day modern media ; hee will fail as he has always failed .
Not even a true conservative wants someone who has filed bankruptcy three or four times , depending on whom you listen to , to run America !
When you have two very common people who get money through shady deals, and their raise their brats to think they have some quality and are better than other people, you wind up with a Donald.
You wind up with a kid who wasn't kicked out of school because Daddy was on the Board. But even Daddy couldn't stop the final boot. Daddy & Mommy set Donald up in business. They let Donald use their name, their contacts to get 'ahead' .
Getting ahead was declaring bankruptcy how many times, using people, and doing what he likes, when he likes.
How he got so far isn't that shocking, most supporters of the Republican Party are stupid. The point is, how stupid?
Take my girl Palin. She was a trash momma. She's talking about morality and being a stay at home mom, while her daughter is whoring. Who spoke against Obama care, but runs to Canada for socialised medicine.
The hypocrisy is just unbelievable.
What to do about Trump?
It's said that Republicans are deeply troubled by Trump and unsure of what to do about him. Here's a suggestion: Don't treat him like a legitimate candidate — treat him like an act. We live at a time when vulgarity is the lingua franca of our popular culture. In such an environment, it makes no sense to try to shame a performer like Trump with serious criticisms of his language or policy positions.
http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/p … bout-trump
by ahorseback 3 years ago
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by Tim Lajoie 2 years ago
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by Susie Lehto 2 years ago
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by mio cid 2 years ago
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by Ralph Schwartz 2 years ago
Why is the Pope getting involved in US Politics by sparring with Donald Trump?Saying Trump isn't a Christian is a very decisive statement
by IslandBites 23 months ago
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