Trump on Clinton: 'I don't even think she's loyal to Bill'

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  1. Thomas Veil macrumors 68020

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    Yes, he went there.

    Wow. :D Could we get any luckier? Kellyanne Conway and Rience Priebus must be chugging down the Xanax by now.
     
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    It doesn't get much richer than an adulterer & child rapist who's on his third wife criticizing other people's relationships. Those in glass houses...
     
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    He should stick to the issues instead of the personal pettiness. Clinton has said more on issues, we know the nation is $20 T in debt and has **** roads thanks to all the tax cuts needed to pay for corporate welfare (which taxpayers spend more than double than social welfare programs since articles since 2013 telling of the situation...)
     
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    Completely unhinged and willing to say anything, unsubstantiated or not. This man has no morals and is clearly unfit to be president.
     
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    We are still waiting for a candidate that is fit for presidency, Hillary is likely to give away all of our classified info by storing it on her home brew server. How can you be a leader of a 21st century nation and be this dumb?
     
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    Why would she be? Any normal woman would not stand by a man who had numerous confirmed affairs, other alleged affairs, and is accused of rape and sexual assault by numerous women.

    Then again, Hillary is no normal woman. Without Bill, she is nothing. She needs Bill for political reasons.
     
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    You can still criticize people's actions even if you aren't perfect yourself.

    but child rapist? Any evidence? Probably should turn that over to the police.

    Adulterer? Guess that's par for these two candidates.
     
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    Touche, I can't argue with that but Trump pales in comparison to Hillary in terms of the level of unfitness.
     
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    Trump is so desperate. The October surprise will be his meltdown. Live on television. Believe me.
     
  10. Thomas Veil thread starter macrumors 68020

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    LOL! It gets better. According to CNN...

    Oh man, this is too good to be true.

    Remember after the conventions when Donald hit bottom at 538, going as low as 6% chance of winning the presidency? He seems to be trying to reach that nadir again.
     
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    Yep 8 year senator and 4 year Secretary of State. So jealous. Ambitious women really scare trump supporters
     
  12. zin macrumors 6502

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    Experience, I'll give you that. Bad experience. Unremarkable terms as senator and a disastrous tenure as Secretary of State.

    But I digress, it must be because she has a vagina. That's obviously why I'm criticising her. :confused::rolleyes:
     
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    I love this. At what point are you Trump supporters going to admit that either:

    A: Your candidate is a loose cannon and totally unstable

    Or

    B: You are being played "big league" and Trump is trying to lose.

    This idea of attacking Bill's sexcapades didn't work for the right wing before. Why would it work now? Total backfire then. Total backfire now.

    It was funny trying to see fellow adulterer Rudy Giuliani sitting and spinning on this issue this morning. As Jake Tapper said to him on State of The Union "you can't defend the indefensible". Rudy looked grumpier and angrier than normal. But that's what happens when you hook your wagon to the wrong train. :D
     
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    That comment basically cost him the White House. I think everyone knows at this point, she is going to win. Hell, she can disappear the rest of the month and let this idiot talk himself out of votes.

    You don't EVER, EVER, EVER blame the woman for a man's infidelity! DUDE, every woman in American should be beyond pissed at him right now.
     
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    Wonder if he'll be insulted that I watch it on a laptop with a 13" screen... :p

    On the topic of Trump suggesting Clinton's not "loyal" to her husband: it's an interesting word, "loyal". Should I give him the benefit of the doubt for now and imagine that he's speaking disparagingly of her willingness to reconsider views on certain policies made law during Bill Clinton's administration? (please don't all laugh at once) Or shall I assume he plans to flay Hillary Clinton for being married to a man with a reputation for philandering?

    Either way he has revealed plans to sketch a mess and then step in it once again.

    His staff must be in despair, unless this is somehow a brilliant secret plan of Bannon's to help Trump rise from the ashes of the first debate. You know, as a strong man able to overcome amazing attempts to commit political sucide and stagger wounded to the finish line, defeated but alive and able to participate in triumphant post-election interviews about life after politics in the business of losing money on casinos. Does sound like a plan.

    I remember Clinton standing at ease there for 90 minutes at the first debate looking fit and enjoying herself as she watched him self-destruct. I also remember Trump seeming to gasp for air sometimes, sniffling and snorting. I figured he had a cold, maybe. But it's pretty ridiculous for Trump to fast-rewind to 9/11 and so skip that stunning 9/26 comparison of who looked to be in better shape in the more recent past.
     
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    But when has he ever?

    Trump attacked Ted Cruz's father after Cruz dropped out of the primary. Trump is pettiness personified.

    Of all things that Trump brags about, how he's the best, and the most, and the greatest, there may actually be something that he is ultimately the top in. He may be the most petty person in the world. He is certainly the most petty person that I've ever seen in my life.
     
  17. Thomas Veil thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Yes, and Trump from the beginning looked effete (and for the rest of the debate, disgruntled as well).
     
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    You have a very narrow view of successful relationships.
     
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    If you want to know how well Giuliani, Gingrich and Trump know that Hillary can be an enabler, just ask their first two wives.
     
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    Funny how in Trumpland that equals 30 years in office, responsible for everything during that time.
     
  21. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    And beyond.

    Trump — “No wonder you [Clinton] have been fighting ISIS your entire adult life,”

    Hillary Clinton has been fighting ISIS since 1968? :confused:
     
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    he was most likely using a hyperbole for that. dumb to say in a presidential debate but i think i get what he was saying. similar to his iraq war thing. he does /technically/ say he's for it, but it has been blown up. from his tone it seems like hes more ambivalent. what makes it bad is that instead of just saying "yeah i didnt know it seemed like a good idea at the time but it ended up being bad" he just says "NOPE I WAS AGAINST IT" and refuses to just clarify so he looks like an ape
     
  23. zin macrumors 6502

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    You'd stick with somebody like Bill? You're joking, right? The guy is a proven creep.
     
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    insulting someone for their personal marriage decisions really sends a message about your attitude towards women in such a position and how you think you know whats best for them
     

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