Trump in Florida right now

samcraig

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He just said that Mexico is going to pay for the wall.
That they will like paying for it.
That because of Trump's new trade agreements, Mexico will make less, but they like us more.

Someone explain to me how that works.
 

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I am a democrat who was going to attend his rally today, got called into work. I have no intention of voting for him, ever, but I have been to Bernie and Hillary rallies and wanted to see how it compares and if the people there really are all as bad as I imagine.
 

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He just said that Mexico is going to pay for the wall.
That they will like paying for it.
That because of Trump's new trade agreements, Mexico will make less, but they like us more.

Someone explain to me how that works.
Because giving them more and their not liking us any less as a result hadn't worked so maybe trying the opposite might? :silly:
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no if he had a vagina he would be constantly grabbing it.
Like how Madonna, Michael Jackson, etc, had done to their own?
 

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In West Palm now. There's a live stream that Trump has asked people to turn into at noon. Clearly a mistake on his behalf since it hasn't started and the venue is completely empty. Meanwhile the sound guy is talking freely about Trump "eating the mic" and how loud he talks. Normal stuff, but not for the masses.

For someone so excited to talk about his rally attendance #s - it's kind of funny he asked people to tune into an empty venue
 
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In West Palm now. There's a live stream that Trump has asked people to turn into at noon. Clearly a mistake on his behalf since it hasn't started and the venue is completely empty. Meanwhile the sound guy is talking freely about Trump "eating the mic" and how loud he talks. Normal stuff, but not for the masses.

For someone so excited to talk about his rally attendance #s - it's kind of funny he asked people to tune into an empty venue
This sinister candidate for POTUS is busy crying wolf, lieing his buttocks off. If you (non-directed) don't think this man is POISON, the most Dangerous Man In America, he's busy preaching hate and anarchy to these f'n idiots who are cheering him like mad. Think WWII Germany. This man can look these people in the face and spread his lies, it's who he is. He'd fit in well in Russia, except Putin would probably get rid of him. His bombastic rhetoric is SO unbelievably dangerous and over the top, Muslin Trojan Horses, the Media Conspiracy, etc, etc, it's enough to make me question the wisdom of free speech. :oops:
 
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Trump has no issue when the media is biased for him (FOX).
[doublepost=1476380710][/doublepost]I love his whole "rigged" line of thinking.

It's you Donald. We're just not that into you. Get over it.
 

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In West Palm now. There's a live stream that Trump has asked people to turn into at noon. Clearly a mistake on his behalf since it hasn't started and the venue is completely empty. Meanwhile the sound guy is talking freely about Trump "eating the mic" and how loud he talks. Normal stuff, but not for the masses.

For someone so excited to talk about his rally attendance #s - it's kind of funny he asked people to tune into an empty venue
I can't even listen to him anymore. When he comes on, I change the channel. He has nothing meaningful to say anymore. But I will still vote for him on November 28th. :D
 

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He drew a line in the sand saying those claims of sexual misconduct are completely false. He's in trouble if proven otherwise now.

Further - to call the claims "preposterous and ludicrous and common sense and logic" given what he's said in the past is an over-reach. Even if they are lies, it's not at all ludicrous to think they are true
[doublepost=1476381099][/doublepost]He also has admitted the backstage events.
 

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I am a democrat who was going to attend his rally today, got called into work. I have no intention of voting for him, ever, but I have been to Bernie and Hillary rallies and wanted to see how it compares and if the people there really are all as bad as I imagine.
I've been to one of his rallies and it was really tame. It surprised me. I can't speak for all of his rallies, but I'd imagine most of them are pretty tame. I wish more folks realized that just because the media says they are full of rednecks and bigots doesn't mean it's true.
 
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He drew a line in the sand saying those claims of sexual misconduct are completely false. He's in trouble if proven otherwise now.

Further - to call the claims "preposterous and ludicrous and common sense and logic" given what he's said in the past is an over-reach. Even if they are lies, it's not at all ludicrous to think they are true
[doublepost=1476381099][/doublepost]He also has admitted the backstage events.
Anderson Cooper nailed him in the 2nd Debate. Painted him in a corner, and he had no choice but to take the bait. The next bombshell should drop AFTER the last debate. Best tactic would be to dispatch him for good when he can't rebut or use it as a catalyst to justify more attacks.

I can't stand either of them, but if Hillary wants to win, that's the way to do it going away. Assuming of course, that there is concrete evidence of Trump's indiscretions.

What ever happened to Trump University? Could he open up a new version teaching sexual harassment mitigation and defenses for executives and politicians?
 
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I think the lawsuit on Trump University is still pending and likely will go to trial after the election.

I can't stand the man just like many others. When you align yourself with the likes of Chris Christie (who's just oh so popular in his home State /bridgegate) Mike Huckabee (who compared him to the Captain in the Jaws movie, not knowing the Captain gets eaten by the shark in the end) and Rudolph Guliani (who defends Trumps misconducts although he's had his own checkered marital past), there's not much to expect.

The scary thing is that Trump can literally take a dump on the podium and his supporters would eat it up and come back for seconds.

I've been watching the election closely, just as I have been for the past decade, and when Trump declared his candidacy, I told myself and everyone I knew that this man was going to destroy the Republican party from the inside out, almost one 1 1/2 years later, here we are.

The only thing that really concerns me is how he plans to have his supporters watch over the polling sites come election day since the election will be "rigged" according to him. That in itself is voter intimidation, since some of his supporters are borderline lunatics that believe everything this man says. And even then, he still manages to screw up the election date, (maybe he really thought that it was Nov 28th, who knows).

Now I myself don't like Clinton much, and it sucks we have two of the most disliked candidates in the history of politics, but anyone is better than this guy.
 
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He drew a line in the sand saying those claims of sexual misconduct are completely false. He's in trouble if proven otherwise now.

Further - to call the claims "preposterous and ludicrous and common sense and logic" given what he's said in the past is an over-reach. Even if they are lies, it's not at all ludicrous to think they are true
[doublepost=1476381099][/doublepost]He also has admitted the backstage events.
He now claims to have emails disproving their stories. Of course, he told us he doesn't use emails. Oh, he'll release them at "the appropriate time".
 

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He now claims to have emails disproving their stories. Of course, he told us he doesn't use emails. Oh, he'll release them at "the appropriate time".
I'm sure the Russian hackers can mock up a draft soon, they just have to get all the dates and headers right for the email to look legit.
 

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I think the lawsuit on Trump University is still pending and likely will go to trial after the election.

I can't stand the man just like many others. When you align yourself with the likes of Chris Christie (who's just oh so popular in his home State /bridgegate) Mike Huckabee (who compared him to the Captain in the Jaws movie, not knowing the Captain gets eaten by the shark in the end) and Rudolph Guliani (who defends Trumps misconducts although he's had his own checkered marital past), there's not much to expect.

The scary thing is that Trump can literally take a dump on the podium and his supporters would eat it up and come back for seconds.

I've been watching the election closely, just as I have been for the past decade, and when Trump declared his candidacy, I told myself and everyone I knew that this man was going to destroy the Republican party from the inside out, almost one 1 1/2 years later, here we are.

The only thing that really concerns me is how he plans to have his supporters watch over the polling sites come election day since the election will be "rigged" according to him. That in itself is voter intimidation, since some of his supporters are borderline lunatics that believe everything this man says. And even then, he still manages to screw up the election date, (maybe he really thought that it was Nov 28th, who knows).

Now I myself don't like Clinton much, and it sucks we have two of the most disliked candidates in the history of politics, but anyone is better than this guy.
Poll watchers =/= voter intimidation.

Bringing weapons to "watch the polls" = intimidation.

 
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Wow, now he's denying the People mag story by saying, "look at her". The more he opens his mouth and insults others, the sweeter his fall is.
 

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Wow, now he's denying the People mag story by saying, "look at her". The more he opens his mouth and insults others, the sweeter his fall is.
He also kept insisting that it wasn't true because if it was, she would have put that in the story. As if that's the test of veracity.