Donald Trump Is More Than Worthy to Follow in Ronald Reagan’s Footsteps

Donald Trump has been at the center of a sustained media barrage over his repeated claims that he witnessed thousands of Muslims in Jersey City celebrating as the Twin Towers fell. Recently, Ohio Governor and Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich released an ad slamming Trump over an outcropping of that controversy, namely Trump’s mockery of a reporter’s disability. The ad, entitled “Is he worthy?”, ends with an intriguing question:
“Is someone like Donald Trump really worthy of following in their footsteps?”
In order to properly consider that question, you have to think like a Republican voter, so just ignore all those photos of history randos. The question is really about Ronald Reagan. On pretty much every count that matters to a majority of the Republican base, Trump runs circles around Reagan. For example, everyone knows that Ronald Reagan kicked off his 1980 general election presidential campaign with a
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Donald Trump Is More Than Worthy to Follow in Ronald Reagan’s Footsteps

Donald Trump has been at the center of a sustained media barrage over his repeated claims that he witnessed thousands of Muslims in Jersey City celebrating as the Twin Towers fell. Recently, Ohio Governor and Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich released an ad slamming Trump over an outcropping of that controversy, namely Trump’s mockery of a reporter’s disability. The ad, entitled “Is he worthy?”, ends with an intriguing question:
“Is someone like Donald Trump really worthy of following in their footsteps?”
In order to properly consider that question, you have to think like a Republican voter, so just ignore all those photos of history randos. The question is really about Ronald Reagan. On pretty much every count that matters to a majority of the Republican base, Trump runs circles around Reagan. For example, everyone knows that Ronald Reagan kicked off his 1980 general election presidential campaign with a
reagan look magazine
Continue reading "Donald Trump Is More Than Worthy to Follow in Ronald Reagan’s Footsteps"

Donald Trump Is More Than Worthy to Follow in Ronald Reagan’s Footsteps

Donald Trump has been at the center of a sustained media barrage over his repeated claims that he witnessed thousands of Muslims in Jersey City celebrating as the Twin Towers fell. Recently, Ohio Governor and Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich released an ad slamming Trump over an outcropping of that controversy, namely Trump’s mockery of a reporter’s disability. The ad, entitled “Is he worthy?”, ends with an intriguing question:
“Is someone like Donald Trump really worthy of following in their footsteps?”
In order to properly consider that question, you have to think like a Republican voter, so just ignore all those photos of history randos. The question is really about Ronald Reagan. On pretty much every count that matters to a majority of the Republican base, Trump runs circles around Reagan. For example, everyone knows that Ronald Reagan kicked off his 1980 general election presidential campaign with a
reagan look magazine
Continue reading "Donald Trump Is More Than Worthy to Follow in Ronald Reagan’s Footsteps"

Twitter Reacts to Alex Jones’ Mind-Altering Donald Trump Interview

alex jones donald trumpThe politicized planets were aligned on Wednesday. How do I know this? Because radio host, conspiracy theorist and Infowars chief Alex Jones interviewed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump via Skype. Lots of very, very interesting things were said throughout the 30-minute chat, but the best bits didn’t come from either Jones or Trump. They came instead from Twitter, where journalists, comedians and commenters were waiting in the wings for the best moment(s) to strike. Luckily, every single second of the interview provided such a moment. Even the commercials were fantastic.

President Ted Cruz Would ‘Absolutely’ Appoint Donald Trump to Build Border Wall

cruzIn an interview with Boston talk radio host Jeff Kuhner, Republican Ted Cruz said that if he were elected president, he would “absolutely”appoint Donald Trump to build a giant wall on the U.S.-Mexican border. “If you’re elected president of the United States, will you do what Donald Trump has pledged to do? Would a President Cruz build a wall along the entire southern border?” Kuhner asked. “And would you if you were president appoint Donald Trump to build that wall?” Cruz laughed. “Absolutely yes on both fronts,” he responded. “I have laid out a very detailed immigration plan,” Cruz said. “We will build a wall that works, we will secure the border, we will triple the border patrol… as president, I will secure the border and we will end illegal immigration.” Listen above, via WRKO (starting @8:30). [Image via screengrab]
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Donald Trump to Alex Jones: America Can’t Be Great Again ‘If I Don’t Win’

alex jones donald trumpRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump told radio show host Alex Jones the United States had no chance of ever becoming great again if he didn’t win the 2016 election. Throughout the course of the 30-minute interview, Jones and Trump rehashed some of the more prominent news stories surrounding the New York real estate mogul’s campaign. Greatest hits included Trump asking CNN for $5 million to attend the next GOP debate, and his repeated claim that “thousands and thousands” of Muslims cheered in New Jersey on Sept. 11, 2001. Yet the best part came in the final few minutes, when the GOP front-runner put off plugging his book to make a statement about his chances of winning. “I am in this to win it. I am not in this to say, ‘Oh gee I’ve done a really good job.'”

Scarborough Laughs Uncontrollably at ‘Too Terrible to Describe’ Hillary Ad

vlcsnap-2015-12-02-10h21m25s869The Wednesday morning panel of MSNBC’s Morning Joe were not fans of Hillary Clinton‘s newest ad “44 Boys,” which features young girls talking about how excited they are that Clinton will be the country’s first female president. Former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt got the hatefest rolling. “It’s really, like, too terrible to describe in the English language,” he deadpanned.
That sent host Joe Scarborough into a laughing fit. “You don’t like little kids?” he asked between chuckles. “I love little kids. I hate little kids being used by cynical politicians,” Schmidt said. “That reminds me of the politicians that will actually hire children,” Scarborough agreed. “They don’t have children, don’t have a family.” Liberal host Mika Brzezinski trashed the ad as well, saying it seemed like it was made decades ago. “What I would Continue reading "Scarborough Laughs Uncontrollably at ‘Too Terrible to Describe’ Hillary Ad"