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July 26, 2015, 04:46:08 PM
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Donald Trump FULL Speech in Iowa Campaign Rally - July 25, 2015


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July 26, 2015, 08:15:23 PM
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Come on Wil, don't make us do all the work!

What's this about?

What does "up like Trump" mean for the Donald?

What's your opinion?

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July 27, 2015, 03:51:19 PM
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Come on Wil, don't make us do all the work!

What's this about?

What does "up like Trump" mean for the Donald?

What's your opinion?


People are starving for somebody who tells them how it is, who is not afraid to speak up.

You need to watch the whole video. It is entertaining, funny and sometime very sad. Win or lose he will not have to owe any promises to any lobbyists as he is self financing his campaign. He can spend 1B easy, if he sees the thirst for him is still there in the up coming months...

"Up like Trump" is something the donald is well aware of, as much as he was when loving/fighting/loving mac miller and his beat https://soundcloud.com/livepittsburgh/mac-miller-donald-trump
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74TFS8r_SMI


Trump is now up. That was the perfect title for this thread. I do care about a good title thread if you've noticed...

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July 27, 2015, 09:25:41 PM
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Donald Trump Continues His Rise - MORNING JOE 7/27/15


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5f9idpx07k



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July 28, 2015, 04:42:45 PM
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Ivana Trump rejects rape allegations, says she and Donald Trump are ‘the best of friends’



“Donald and I are the best of friends and together have raised three children that we love and are very proud of. I have nothing but fondness for Donald and wish him the best of luck on his campaign,” she said.

“Incidentally, I think he would make an incredible President,” Ivana Trump, who divorced her husband in 1992, added.

The surprisingly warm endorsement comes just hours after the Daily Beast quoted Cohen irately defending Trump from the allegations — which stem from the 1993 book “The Last Tycoon: The Many Lives of Donald J. Trump” by Harry Hurt III — and explaining that even though Trump didn’t commit the heinous act, that it’s legal to rape one’s spouse.

Cohen on Tuesday morning apologized for the remarks, admitting in an email to the Daily News that he “made an inarticulate comment.”



http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/ivana-trump-rejects-rape-allegations-article-1.2306290



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July 28, 2015, 04:49:53 PM
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Mark Cuban Praises Donald Trump: “The Best Thing to Happen to Politics in a Long Time”






American businessman Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, praised Donald Trump for being the best thing to happen to politics in a long time.
“He says what’s on his mind. He gives honest answers rather than prepared remarks.”


http://mavsblog.dallasnews.com/2015/07/mark-cuban-congrats-donald-youre-best-thing-to-happen-to-politics-in-a-long-time.html/


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July 28, 2015, 05:08:51 PM
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Wil, your thread topic headlines always catch my eye!

The Donald is doing an interesting thing in politics. The US needs a rogue voice to inject some honest opinion and direct conversation in the usual pre-scripted political dialogue. It's also interesting to see how his competitors respond. Some rise (yes rise) to that level of honesty and direct approach, most will not. This could lead voters to vote Democrat (i.e., Hillary) if they think that Trump represents the "crazyiness of the Republican party".

The problem I have with Trump (aside from not agreeing with some of his opinions) is that he doesn't appear to understand that he needs to represent the Country, not himself. A guy representing a country can't make off the cuff remarks that are potentially slander to a race of or large group of people.

Penn Jillette has an interesting opinion on the Donald and his candidacy (aside from the personal feud Donald seems to have with him.)

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July 29, 2015, 02:02:01 AM
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Wil, your thread topic headlines always catch my eye!

The Donald is doing an interesting thing in politics. The US needs a rogue voice to inject some honest opinion and direct conversation in the usual pre-scripted political dialogue. It's also interesting to see how his competitors respond. Some rise (yes rise) to that level of honesty and direct approach, most will not. This could lead voters to vote Democrat (i.e., Hillary) if they think that Trump represents the "crazyiness of the Republican party".

The problem I have with Trump (aside from not agreeing with some of his opinions) is that he doesn't appear to understand that he needs to represent the Country, not himself. A guy representing a country can't make off the cuff remarks that are potentially slander to a race of or large group of people.

Penn Jillette has an interesting opinion on the Donald and his candidacy (aside from the personal feud Donald seems to have with him.)


This is so early in the campaign. Who knows how far he will go. He has personal, selfish reasons to make america great again. A booming america is good for the trump universe. He is in love with himself. All politicians are in love with themselves. Trump is very open about it. Not an hypocrite. Also not a dummy. Politically he is not a hardcore republican, nor was he a hardcore democrat. He is a businessman. Hillary says she is an open book (not an open email server, but that's for another thread of mine). Who's life was more public than trump through all those years?

I believe it is refreshing to have someone who will not cave after the first so called "mistress" will eventually come out of the cornfield, with attorney gloria allred holding her hands. You know he does not give a crap and will sue gloria until she loses her teeth.

The illegal criminals, are problematic. Not until trump talked about it, no other republicans dared talked about it, fearing of losing the hispanic vote.

I even had a thread about that subject already... Very sad situation.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=720761.0


Even trump can run out of steam. No matter what, hillary represents the democrats and they are stuck with her and will vote for her. He needs to have a clear program.


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July 30, 2015, 03:10:41 AM
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Donald Trump Leads ALL GOP Candidates With Hispanic Voters, Records 34% Favorability








Presidential candidate Donald Trump leads other GOP contenders among Hispanics, a recent poll shows.

Trump recorded a 34% favorability rating among Hispanics in a national poll conducted by Public Policy Polling (PPP) among 1,087 registered voters between July 20-21.

Trump has made immigration a seminal part of his campaign, receiving praise, but also criticism, from the political left and right.

During a much-publicized visit to the border in Laredo, TX last Thursday, Trump told reporters he thought he would “win the Hispanic vote.”

Gov. Bush (R-FL) follows Trump with a 31% favorability rating among Hispanics, and Senator Cruz is close behind with 30%.

Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Rand Paul (R-KY) both recorded 29%, Gov. Scott Walker (WI-R) 26%, and businesswoman Carly Fiorina 25%.

Rounding out the poll was Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) with 21%, and former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) and neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, both with 16%.



http://www.mrctv.org/blog/poll-trump-leads-gop-field-among-hispanics-records-34-favorability#.ti1rj9:GFhM



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July 31, 2015, 02:32:30 AM
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Footage: Donald Trump arrives in Turnberry, Scotland, for Women's British Open golf tournament


For anyone slightly confused as to why Donald Trump was at Scotland’s famous Turnberry golf course, the US presidential hopeful, had the best response.

Arriving for the Women’s British Open at Turnberry – the hotel and golf course that Mr Trump purchased in April 2014 and renamed Trump Turnberry – the controversial Republican presidential candidate was asked by a Scottish reporter whether his celebrity appearance might detract from the golf tournament.

“Everyone’s asked me to be here: the Tour’s asked me to be here, the world has asked me to be here,” he said.

The businessman is set to be at the tournament for two days before returning to the US, with the Women’s British Open the first major event staged at Turnberry since Mr Trump bought the property and land.



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July 31, 2015, 02:52:50 PM
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Insiders warn Jeb: Don't engage with Trump
'The old maxim applies: Never wrestle with a pig.'



When Jeb Bush and Donald Trump share a debate stage next week, Bush needs to ignore the real estate mogul at all costs —and if that fails, laugh him off.

That’s the advice given by more than half of the POLITICO Caucus, our weekly, bipartisan survey of the top activists, operatives and strategists in Iowa and New Hampshire.

“The old maxim applies: Never wrestle with a pig,” counseled a New Hampshire Republican. “You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it.”

At the first GOP primary debate, slated for Aug. 6 in Cleveland, Bush and eight other Republicans will share the stage with Trump, the bombastic businessman who is leading the Republican field in recent polls and dominating headlines. Trump has been critical of a host of other GOP candidates, but he is an especially sharp and persistent critic of Bush — even attacking Bush in his own announcement for president.

But insiders have a message for the former Florida governor: do not engage. Many Republicans expect Trump will zero in on Bush in the debate — and how Bush responds could go a long way toward shaping perceptions about his cool under fire. Bush has not tussled as frequently or as heatedly with Trump as other GOP candidates have, and several insiders advised that the longer the focus is on Trump’s battles with the others, the better it is for Bush to quietly consolidate support while others struggle to break through.

“With Trump being Trump he will be the news of the debate 24/7 and no one else will break through,” a New Hampshire Republican said. “This helps Bush by keeping anyone else down in the pack.”


http://www.politico.com/story/2015/07/insiders-warn-jeb-dont-engage-with-trump-120845.html


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Insiders warn Jeb: Don't engage with Trump
'The old maxim applies: Never wrestle with a pig.'



When Jeb Bush and Donald Trump share a debate stage next week, Bush needs to ignore the real estate mogul at all costs —and if that fails, laugh him off.

That’s the advice given by more than half of the POLITICO Caucus, our weekly, bipartisan survey of the top activists, operatives and strategists in Iowa and New Hampshire.

“The old maxim applies: Never wrestle with a pig,” counseled a New Hampshire Republican. “You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it.”

At the first GOP primary debate, slated for Aug. 6 in Cleveland, Bush and eight other Republicans will share the stage with Trump, the bombastic businessman who is leading the Republican field in recent polls and dominating headlines. Trump has been critical of a host of other GOP candidates, but he is an especially sharp and persistent critic of Bush — even attacking Bush in his own announcement for president.

But insiders have a message for the former Florida governor: do not engage. Many Republicans expect Trump will zero in on Bush in the debate — and how Bush responds could go a long way toward shaping perceptions about his cool under fire. Bush has not tussled as frequently or as heatedly with Trump as other GOP candidates have, and several insiders advised that the longer the focus is on Trump’s battles with the others, the better it is for Bush to quietly consolidate support while others struggle to break through.

“With Trump being Trump he will be the news of the debate 24/7 and no one else will break through,” a New Hampshire Republican said. “This helps Bush by keeping anyone else down in the pack.”


http://www.politico.com/story/2015/07/insiders-warn-jeb-dont-engage-with-trump-120845.html



Probably a safe bet the back room moguls are trying to put Jeb Bush into the slot.

A Bush vs Hillary finale would truly make me vomit.
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Insiders warn Jeb: Don't engage with Trump
'The old maxim applies: Never wrestle with a pig.'



When Jeb Bush and Donald Trump share a debate stage next week, Bush needs to ignore the real estate mogul at all costs —and if that fails, laugh him off.

That’s the advice given by more than half of the POLITICO Caucus, our weekly, bipartisan survey of the top activists, operatives and strategists in Iowa and New Hampshire.

“The old maxim applies: Never wrestle with a pig,” counseled a New Hampshire Republican. “You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it.”

At the first GOP primary debate, slated for Aug. 6 in Cleveland, Bush and eight other Republicans will share the stage with Trump, the bombastic businessman who is leading the Republican field in recent polls and dominating headlines. Trump has been critical of a host of other GOP candidates, but he is an especially sharp and persistent critic of Bush — even attacking Bush in his own announcement for president.

But insiders have a message for the former Florida governor: do not engage. Many Republicans expect Trump will zero in on Bush in the debate — and how Bush responds could go a long way toward shaping perceptions about his cool under fire. Bush has not tussled as frequently or as heatedly with Trump as other GOP candidates have, and several insiders advised that the longer the focus is on Trump’s battles with the others, the better it is for Bush to quietly consolidate support while others struggle to break through.

“With Trump being Trump he will be the news of the debate 24/7 and no one else will break through,” a New Hampshire Republican said. “This helps Bush by keeping anyone else down in the pack.”


http://www.politico.com/story/2015/07/insiders-warn-jeb-dont-engage-with-trump-120845.html



Probably a safe bet the back room moguls are trying to put Jeb Bush into the slot.

A Bush vs Hillary finale would truly make me vomit.


And yet bush is getting the best numbers... How come? Most conservatives I know do not want another bush.


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July 31, 2015, 03:18:39 PM
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My point of view is that Donald Trump has to keep his fingers on his business. Everybody with a lot of money in the world we are living in thinks that he can represent the people in the greatest way possible. That is so wrong. You need a man who knows what the people need, who can speak for the people.
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TIME TO GET TOUGH: TRUMP’S BLOCKBUSTER POLICY MANIFESTO





The Washington Establishment’s increasing angst and opposition to billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy is predicated on the notion that his highly-quotable catchphrases—“Take the oil!” or “Build a wall!”—lack substantive policy prescriptions to back them up. In short, the RINO caucus’ knock on Trump is that his solutions are unserious, unmeasured, quixotic.

Yet if the chattering class fears Trump’s recent surge in the polls, they will go into panic-filled paroxysms when they read Trump’s smart and serious bestseller, Time to Get Tough: Making America #1 Again.

Among Trump’s many bestselling, anecdote-filled books, Time to Get Tough (originally published in 2011) stands out as his most penetrating, serious, and detailed enunciation of his political philosophy and policy views. Trump says it’s the “best book I’ve ever written” and is “better than The Art of the Deal.” Trump added, “It’s the hardest I’ve ever worked on a book. And it’s the most thought I’ve ever put into a book.”

It’s easy to see why. Backed up with nearly 250 endnotes, citing everything from Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports to Sherman Antitrust Act amendments to the Theory of Moral Sentiments, Trump’s book clearly lays out serious policy solutions to vexing U.S. problems. Welfare reform, cyberwarfare, energy, illegal immigration and crime, taxes, healthcare, national defense—you name it, Trump offers his plans, often including specific bills and amendments. Best of all, Trump does it all in his refreshingly blunt and authentic voice—the very voice now resonating with a citizenry fed up with the Political Class and its conceits.

Indeed, vestiges of the GOP Establishment, like Karl Rove aide Peter Wehner, have slyly chosen to aim the bulk of their barbs against Trump at his bumpersticker-style catchphrases or decades-old statements, not the factual policy discussions he offers in Time to Get Tough.

Detailed, innovative, and smart, Time to Get Tough rivals all other GOP presidential candidates’ books in both specificity and serious policy proposals. It’s a book to be read by conservatives and feared by Trump’s detractors.


http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/12/time-to-get-tough-trumps-blockbuster-policy-manifesto/


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July 31, 2015, 03:21:06 PM
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My point of view is that Donald Trump has to keep his fingers on his business. Everybody with a lot of money in the world we are living in thinks that he can represent the people in the greatest way possible. That is so wrong. You need a man who knows what the people need, who can speak for the people.


Like hillary clinton?


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Trump attacks Hillary's right-hand-woman Huma Abedin as he calls her husband Anthony Weiner 'the worst deviant in the United States' and claims the pair had access to Clinton's secret classified emails


Donald Trump charged Wednesday that a sexually 'deviant' former congressman who is married to Hillary Clinton's closest aide has likely seen the contents of classified emails that passed through the former secretary of state's private home-brew server.

Huma Abedin, the Pakistani-American chief of staff to Clinton, was wed in 2010 to then-Congressman Anthony Weiner, the Democrat whose star fell to earth amid lewd sexting scandals.

Republicans in Washington are furious with Clinton for destroying tens of thousands of emails dating from her time in office, and for including classified information in an unknown number of others.

Trump told DailyMail.com during a wide-ranging interview in his New York City Office that 'the person seeing her emails more than anybody else is Huma. And who's Huma married to? The worst deviant in the United States of America, right? Weiner!'

Challenged on whether the former New York congressman is actually the nation's 'worst deviant,' Trump retreated an inch: 'Well, he's right up there.'

Abedin holds a security clearance as a former State Department deputy chief of staff, of the kind that would typically come with detailed guidance on what kind of information must be kept secret from family members, including spouses.

Weiner was forced out of Congress in disgrace after a string of lewd online behaviors was uncovered, mostly revolving around Twitter.

Trump said his actions were 'shocking and disgusting' and questioned whether 'anyone that untrustworthy' should be 'anywhere around national secrets.'

The McClatchy news service reported Thursday that so far, information in the classified emails idenfidied as having resided on Clinton’s private server has been traced back to five different U.S. intelligence agencies.

There is no evidence that Weiner himself has been made privy to sensitive or classified information, but such a lapse in data security would create a new headache for Clinton, who is gamely keeping her presidential candidacy afloat while investigations swirl around her.

Clinton has insisted she never knowingly sent or receivd classified information in her emails while she was secretary of state. 'The facts are pretty clear,' she said last week in Iowa: 'I did not send nor receive anything that was classified at the time.'

Charles McCullough, the Intelligence Community Inspector General, has since said some materials in her emails were indeed classified at the time she interacted with them on her unsecured private email account.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3180305/Trump-launches-attack-Huma-Abedin-deviant-husband-Anthony-Weiner-claims-pair-access-Clinton-s-secret-classified-emails.html


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Billionaire Donald Trump is blowing away his nearest competitor, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, 2-to-1, in a poll of Iowa Republican voters released Friday by Gravis Marketing on behalf of One American News Network.

Trump has a 15-point lead over Walker in the poll taken of 227 registered Republican voters in the Hawkeye State, asked Wednesday who among the GOP candidates for president they would vote for if the caucus were held today. The results, according to the poll:
Trump, 30.9 percent
Walker, 15.4 percent
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, 10 percent
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, 7.2 percent
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, 6 percent
Texas Sen.Ted Cruz, 5.5 percent
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, 5.1 percent
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, 5 percent
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, 4.3 percent
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, 2.9 percent
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, 2.8 percent
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, 1.7 percent
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, 1 percent

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and former New York Gov. George Pataki each have less than 1 percent of support from Iowa voters. The Republican voters’ poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 6.5 percent.


http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/iowa-poll-trump-walker/2015/07/31/id/664826/



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