Saturday, May 21, 2016

NRA endorses Donald Trump. And now the battle lines are drawn.

Courtesy of CNN:  

Donald Trump on Friday told the National Rifle Association that Hillary Clinton would take away the right to bear arms, moments after the gun group endorsed the presumptive GOP nominee at its annual meeting here. 

Calling the endorsement a "fantastic honor," Trump dove right into attacking Clinton, saying the Democratic presidential front-runner "wants to abolish the Second Amendment." 

"We're not going to let that happen," Trump said. "We're going to preserve it, we're going to cherish it."

Of course much like President Obama Hillary has no intention of abolishing the 2nd Amendment or taking away anyone's guns.

However that is not to say that she is not prepared to go toe to toe with Trump over the issue of better gun control legislation.
Courtesy of the New York Times:  

Whereas President Obama soft-pedaled gun control in both his national runs, Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee, is signaling a greater appetite to clash with Mr. Trump on the issue. 

In a Twitter message last week, Mrs. Clinton said that Mr. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, would force schools “to allow guns in classrooms on his first day in office.” 

“This issue is at a tipping point,” said Dan Gross, the president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, citing Mrs. Clinton’s politically effective framing of gun issues that put Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont on the defensive in the Democratic primary campaign. “You’re going to hear about it as differentiator for the first time in decades” in the general election, Mr. Gross said.

Of  course Donald Trump's response to Clinton's stance on gun control is know Donald Trump.

So there you have it kids, gun control is going to be a central issue of this campaign.

Of course I think we all knew that the NRA was going to gin up the same conspiracy theories against Hillary that they used against President Obama that so dramatically drove up gun sales during his two terms.

The difference this time is that Hillary knew what was coming and decided to draw first blood.

That takes political courage, and indicates that she is well aware that America is sick and tired of all of these unnecessary gun deaths, and is counting on the fact that they will have her back in the election.


  1. Anonymous6:19 AM

    Caption for the top photo:

    If there was ever a poster child for a mentally ill person from owning a gun, Donald Trump is the person.

    1. Anonymous10:29 AM

      Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Alzheimer's disease research.

  2. Anonymous6:26 AM

    And his protection detail aren't armed?
    Shut up, Donald, pompous asshole.

    1. Anonymous8:46 AM

      Trump said he has a concealed weapon permit and someone would sure be surprised if they tried to harm him. Anyone remember how he looked hanging onto the podium at a rally recently when a guy jumped the barrier. It actually was comical!

  3. 66gardeners6:35 AM

    "I will get rid of gun-free zones on schools, and — you have to — and on military bases," Trump said, to scattered cheers during a campaign rally on Thursday night. "My first day, it gets signed, okay? My first day. There's no more gun-free zones."

    Trump's campaign manager and press secretary did not respond to requests for clarification.

    Washington Post

    The media needs to question Trump about making gun legal at the GOP convention in Cleveland.

    1. " "My first day, it gets signed, okay? My first day."
      I see. All of a sudden, executive orders are going to be a-okay.

    2. Anonymous9:15 AM

      Isn't he saying the gun free zone spiel from a gun free zone?

    3. Anonymous9:27 AM

      Nefer, I WAIT until he realizes just what he's taken on if elected. He has no effing clue.

    4. Anonymous9:48 AM

      Does he plan to make guns legal to carry at his Trump resorts and hotels?

    5. Anonymous10:40 AM

      I hope Trump allows guns in the rest rooms at Trump Towers. Cailyn Jenner may need to take a piss. Heaven forbid Bristol and Dakota are showing Sailor where Granny's friend live at the same time.

      Dakota can't be out gunned. No way can he be anyplace without his guns.

    6. Anonymous11:26 AM

      Today I am not only speaking to you as.... a father. ___ NEVER OUTGUNNED Dakota Meyer


  4. Anonymous6:41 AM

    As a former First Lady, Clinton has USSS protection for the rest of her life. Anyone here think that Donald's security detail aren't armed? Eye roll.

    If he's so pro gun, let's see him take off the bullet proof vest he wears. Bwak bwak, Chicken Donald.

    1. 66gardeners7:06 AM

      He can start by making his public appearances gun friendly.

    2. 66gardeners7:12 AM

      At the outset of the general election, Hillary Clinton’s campaign looks like a well-oiled juggernaut next to Donald Trump’s vastly smaller, self-funded operation, a POLITICO analysis of Federal Election Commission reports filed Friday found.

      Clinton’s campaign appeared to be preparing for the general election, spending far less than Sanders, whose $207 million in total spending marks him as the cycle’s biggest spender. He continued spending briskly in April, dropping $38.6 million, as compared to $23.9 million for Clinton. Sanders spent almost twice as much as Clinton on media and payroll (despite a slightly smaller staff), as well as more on online advertising and direct mail. (Bernie is all about the $$$. It's the message dummy).

    3. Anonymous11:35 AM

      Hey 66gardeners, please take the next step and provide a link for your posts. It just take a second to copy and paste. I just did it. It is frustrating when you post without a link, since you are not posting the entire piece, there so much that is missed. Your posts are worthwhile, but more so when you provide the source.

      Trump's campaign dwarfed by Clinton's

      New FEC reports show that the likely Democratic nominee will start with a huge infrastructure advantage.

  5. Anonymous6:46 AM

    I support Hillary Clinton in this issue and she has my vote for POTUS! Screw Donald Trump and the typical bullshit spouted by Republicans.

    More protection is needed when folks purchase guns! We have to stop the mass shootings and killings (in schools) of children!

  6. SallyinMI6:50 AM

    I'm really getting the feeling that Hillary, like Obama, is playing chess here, while Bernie and Herr Trumpf are playing tiddly winks. She is one very intelligent woman,. who has had four years to observe, learn, reflect, and plan for the next few months. She surrounds herself with other smart people, instead of 'family' like Sanders, and yes men like Trumpf. Once this primary stuff is over, she is going not he attack, and Trumpf will not know what hit him. We already see how effective Liz has been against his taunts. Two determined women against the Dumpf? I might feel some empathy for him if he weren't such a jerk!

    1. 66gardeners7:04 AM

      I totally agree Sally. Taking it one step further, Hillary has learned much watching Barack Obama be president. She will be a better president in 2016 than she would have been in 2008.

    2. Anonymous7:36 AM

      No way could I ever feel sorry for tRump. Born into privilege and bullied his way through life? He's as big a petulant child as you-know-who.

    3. Anonymous7:37 AM

      I agree 66gardeners & Sally. HRC is a much better candidate now & will be an excellent president. How anyone can watch drumpf & see him as a serious candidate is totally beyond me.

    4. Anonymous11:03 AM

      While Trump certainly has a VERY long list of faults, one of the most challenging in terms of running his campaign is how easily he is rattled.

      I agree that Hillary and her team have no doubt learned a lot in the last 8 years. I'm sure her staff has been keeping meticulous records of exactly what sets Donnie off into one of his tantrums.

      Like an annoying sibling, she will be able to easily push all the right buttons to make him look incompetent, volatile, racist and misogynist. Granted, it doesn't take much to make Trump look bad, but this campaign will make it an art form while still maintaining a respectable level of dignity.

    5. 66gardeners12:07 PM

      The internet makes all of Trump's past instantly accessible to the masses.

      Everything they have to throw at Hillary will be like hearing the boy cry "wolf".

  7. Anonymous7:12 AM
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  8. Anonymous7:33 AM


    1. Anonymous8:22 AM

      This too-BRAVO>

    2. Anonymous10:57 AM

      President Obama Removes Racist Terms Like ‘Negro’ And ‘Oriental’ From Federal Law

    3. 66gardeners12:07 PM

      also confederate flag ban from some veterans' cemeteries

  9. Anonymous7:35 AM

    Hmmmm. Wanna bet Mara Largo and Trump Tower, for starters, are gun free zones? I am boggled by how tone deaf Trump is and how lacking he is in empathy. And when he's wrong, which is often is, there's no way he walks it back -- Trump is to that kinda guy. Somehow he turns his personality defects into admirable tough guy antics and people who don't know better are lapping it up. What a mess the 2916 elections are going to be.

    1. Anonymous7:47 AM

      Admirable?! Hardly.

    2. Anonymous8:38 AM

      And how about instead of "trying" to be "presidential" you give "trying" to be "human" a shot - like express some empathy for the families of the people who died on the EgyptAir flight.

      Oh and Trump could also give not being a hypocrite a shot too. As in on his twitter he raves about his new golf course and how he can't wait to play on it while in the next breath he accuses Obama of playing golf while the TSA is falling apart. The man is an egotistical sociopath and no one in his family or inner circle can $$AFFORD$$ to help him.

    3. Anonymous9:49 AM

      Why yes they are. Reporters have called and asked.

    4. 66gardeners12:08 PM

      Trump fits the diagnosis of narcissistic sociopath to a tee

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  13. Anonymous7:49 AM

    "What is Bernie thinking? For starters, he’s exercising a long-standing privilege among losers to remain as long as they like in the race, just so that they can flex muscle at the convention. In the 1980 primary between Ted Kennedy and incumbent president Jimmy Carter, Kennedy only picked up momentum in the latter half of the contest – scooping last-minute victories in states like New Jersey and California. He stood no change of winning the nomination, but the threat of open rebellion compelled Carter to pivot more towards the Left and Kennedy was allowed to rewrite the party’s economic platform. Carter won the nomination, Kennedy won the convention. The party’s elite created the superdelegate system with the intention of stopping this from happening again.
    Sanders is arguably doing even better than Kennedy did, and his supporters give good reasons why he should stay in. First, the race hasn’t been fair. So why should he suddenly be charitable now? The debate schedule, say his activists, has been fixed to reduce scrutiny of Clinton’s record. Clinton partisans dominate convention committees. And, most shameless of all, Democratic state parties are charged with "laundering" money for the Clinton campaign. The DNC wanted Hillary from the very beginning.
    Second, polling suggests Sanders would actually make a stronger nominee.He beats Trump in match-ups, whereas Hillary appears to be sliding. Hillary has negative ratings almost as poor as The Donald – whereas Bernie seems widely admired.
    Clinton has been forced to offer definitive positions on issues that she would probably have preferred to remain vague on. Just recently she suggested that she wanted to give people the option to buy into Medicare – which is essentially Sanders’ solution to the healthcare cost crisis. One could argue that Sanders has won these primaries without winning them by forcing a notoriously chameleonic politician to commit to his agenda."

    1. Anonymous8:08 AM

      One could argue that you are a troll

    2. Anonymous8:39 AM

      Hillary Wrote This Letter To Superdelegates In 2008 That Bernie Fans May Find Interesting

    3. Anonymous9:11 AM

      Hillary Clinton has my vote for POTUS! She can run circles around Bernie and The Donald! Bernie has grown so damned tiresome and boring that I no longer even acknowledge his photos!

      And, as to The Donald - OMG! He's nothing more than an obese, ego driven, sexual maniac who has zero knowledge about government and it's workings. Much less foreign affairs!

      Hillary Clinton will be fun to watch in debate w/Trump! Kick him in the ass, Mrs. Clinton! We'll so enjoy watching!

    4. Anonymous9:51 AM

      Add me to the list of "I used to like Bernie, but..." As a parent of 20-somethings and a college instructor I was very sympathetic to his ideas. But he's shown no way of achieving them especially with a hostile Congress.

    5. Anonymous11:49 AM

      Holy shit, she is so cheating!

      In the days before Hillary Clinton launched an unprecedented big-money fundraising vehicle with state parties last summer, she vowed “to rebuild our party from the ground up,” proclaiming “when our state parties are strong, we win. That’s what will happen."

      But less than 1 percent of the $61 million raised by that effort has stayed in the state parties’ coffers, according to a POLITICO analysis of the latest Federal Election Commission filings.

      The venture, the Hillary Victory Fund, is a so-called joint fundraising committee comprised of Clinton’s presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee and 32 state party committees. The setup allows Clinton to solicit checks of $350,000 or more from her super-rich supporters at extravagant fundraisers including a dinner at George Clooney’s house and a concert at Radio City Music Hall featuring Katy Perry and Elton John.

      The victory fund has transferred $3.8 million to the state parties, but almost all of that cash ($3.3 million, or 88 percent) was quickly transferred to the DNC, usually within a day or two, by the Clinton staffer who controls the committee, POLITICO’s analysis of the FEC records found.

    6. Anonymous11:58 AM

      Bernie’s Broke: Rachel Maddow Highlights Sanders Money Woes Ahead Of California Primary

  14. Anonymous7:53 AM

    "Flynn suggested he’s largely on the same page with Trump on issues like the use of torture, the killing of terror suspects’ families, and a ban on all Muslim immigration."

  15. Anonymous8:01 AM

    Girls For Guns Palin, The NRA and Trump grannie.......Met a man yesterday who just
    moved to Vegas from Wasilla. He said that
    Palin walked out on Alaska for everything
    shiny . He had worked on her campaign
    and voted for her. By walking out she showed her true colors and the citizens
    of Alaska do not like her. He said she
    used them. I thought it interesting that
    he used the word, "shiny" , however he is
    a writer. I couldn't talk to him further
    because other people joined us.
    He added, she will do anything to stay away
    from Wasilla and her family the majority
    of time.

    1. 66gardeners12:12 PM

      was his name Todd by any cyhance?

  16. John Baron-Miller (Trump) is an idiot. Always has been always will be.

    1. Anonymous11:47 AM

      'heartless' gun restrictions

  17. Anonymous8:20 AM

    CNN Panelists Laugh In Trump Advisor’s Face After He Says THIS About Hillary (VIDEO)

    One of Donald Trump’s advisors thought he was going on CNN to smear Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, but instead he was embarrassed on national television for spewing more of Trump’s lies.

    On Friday afternoon, Trump had spoken at an event for the National Rifle Association, where he attacked Clinton’s positions on guns so that the right-wing organization would endorse him. Later that day, Trump advisor Stephen Miller echoed Trump’s words on CNN, only to be met with hysterical laughter.

    The NRA Endorsed Trump, But They’d Have Ended Him In 2012 For His Comments Right After Sandy Hook

    CA Senate Passes Ambitious Gun Control Package That’s Going To Seriously Piss Off Republicans

  18. Anonymous8:21 AM

    I went to Sarah Palin's Bristol Blog looking for the current gun, NRA promo. WTF happened to Sarah and Nancy? Have they forsaken the Bristol Blog? Last dated May 5, 2016
    Facebook ADMITS to censoring Conservative websites while freely promoting left-wing ones

    Facebook? Sarah and Nancy at Patheos links to this: April 16, 2016 Facebook employees admit they are willing to manipulate social media to prevent a Donald Trump presidency

    Did they kill off Bristol with that garbage she has to sell since Dakota must not be paying her enough.

    Guns r Palin. I expect the girls to be all over this Trump/NRA business. What is taking them so long?

    1. Anonymous11:40 AM

      >>Facebook ADMITS to censoring Conservative websites while freely promoting left-wing ones

      That is utter bullshit. Prove it, asshole.

  19. Anonymous8:46 AM

    Trump’s ‘Liaison for Christian Policy’ Follows a Policy of Religious Persecution

    Yes, this huckster could be serving in our White House. Representing our country to the world:

    1. Anonymous10:01 AM

      He is one scary dude...and THIS is what Trump hangs out with and thinks is best for the US? He's pandering tot he far far far religious right. Please proceed, Donnie. You have ticked off everyone else.

  20. Anonymous8:53 AM

    This endorsement should make little hands Donnie boy's white supremacists followers dance with glee. And the rest of us cower in our homes.

  21. Anonymous8:59 AM

    Megyn Kelly’s Interview Flop Has Reportedly Damaged Her Brand

    1. Anonymous10:03 AM

      Aw poor Megyn. She wanted a bigger gig on CNN or maybe even the "Today" show, and she let that crude bigot have his way with her-again. Meggie, you may have the body and looks for Fox, and you may have a law degree, but you are NOT a journalist.

  22. Anonymous9:00 AM

    Shameless NRA Forum Sponsor Smears Slain Black Teens And Their Families

  23. Anonymous9:03 AM

    With more guns comes more suicide, study finds

    Gun violence is an ongoing issue in the United States and one that gets put under the microscope every time a mass shooting occurs, which is all too often. Although homicide rates tend to be the focus of anti-gun rhetoric, guns are used even more frequently in suicides. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 21,175 firearm suicides in 2013 compared to 11,208 firearm homicides.

    Researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health have finished a study comparing the link between gun ownership and suicide rates across the U.S. Their findings show that states with higher rates of gun ownership also have higher rates of gun-related suicides.

    1. Anonymous9:36 AM

      Sarah Palin would know all about this since her son's suicide attempt and all the therapy the family has since that incident.

      What an asset she will be for the Trump ticket.

    2. Anonymous9:54 AM

      Is this what Track Palin used to terrify his baby mama?

    3. Jordan12:16 PM

      track punched me in the face when I told him I was preggers

    4. Anonymous4:32 PM

      Palins rule!!

      Home security!!

  24. Anonymous9:13 AM

    Before seeking NRA support, Trump said Obama ‘spoke for me’ on Sandy Hook shooting

  25. Anonymous9:52 AM

    Does that mean Trump is right and the Democrats want to take away Americas gu8ns?

    1. Anonymous10:05 AM

      Right. We're planning to assemble a citizen's army and knock on every door in America, demanding you have over your guns. Are you an idiot, or do you just play on online?
      My solution to all these ridiculous penis extenders is to heavily tax the ammunition, or get rid of it entirely.
      Meanwhile, I do hope that no one in your family is a depressed teen boy, or a curious toddler, or we may be reading about a death in your family. At least all your RW gun lovers are killing each other off.

    2. Anonymous12:54 PM

      "America is sick and tired of all of these unnecessary gun deaths, and is counting on the fact that they will have her back in the election."

      Sounds like G is prepared for taking away American's gun and certainly implies that's what Hillary is going to do.
      What is Hillary going to do about guns, or gun deaths in America?

    3. Anonymous2:03 PM

      Gryph has never said that. Ever.
      As for Hillary? Nothing.

    4. Anonymous2:11 PM

      Typical for a liar, won't even answer the question. Enjoy your delusion.

  26. Anonymous10:19 AM

    Trump rallies gun owners with fiery anti-Clinton speech

    The Donald needs Charlton Heston.

    Trump fails all gun posing 101. He is as pathetic as a Palin.

    At the NRA, Trump completes his rapid transformation into a pro-gun voice. Chris Cox (L), Donald Trump and Wayne LaPierre (R). At the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum in Louisville on Friday, May 20, 2016..

    X X X

  27. Anonymous11:04 AM

    I guess Trump University does not offer a class in HOW THE GOVERNMENT WORKS, Too bad.

    Someone needs to send little Donnie a grade school government book.

    Just what we need is a president that is so ignorant he doesn't know how the government he is suppose to be the head of works.

  28. Anonymous11:20 AM

    "Wow Sarah, that is one big gun! Hang on to your hat!"

    "o how pretty so sweet"

    1. Anonymous5:41 PM

      Sarah, how about thinking of other objects that can be a weapon!

      A recurring problem

      “This was the third or fourth fetal alcohol syndrome baby that the (same) mother had given birth to,” he said. “And she was pregnant again. And drinking again.”

  29. Anonymous12:00 PM

    That California Debate That Fox News And Bernie Sanders Want Probably Isn’t Happening

    ...Fox News was pushing hard to host the debate because they would have liked nothing more than to generate questions about Clinton’s emails and Benghazi, but there is a reason why it has been a decade plus since Fox hosted a Democratic debate. Sen. Sanders wants the debate because it would have provided his cash-strapped campaign with tons of free national media and an avenue to directly appeal to California’s voters, but it would have been out of character for Clinton to agree to this debate.

    Hillary Clinton has moved on to planning for the general election, and there is no indication that she will take a step back into the primary and debate Bernie Sanders on Fox News in California.

    1. Anonymous2:18 PM

      Good for her. Sanders wants free publicity and FN wants him to go after Hillary.

  30. Anita Winecooler12:02 PM

    Saw this yesterday, and Trump Towers, Mar a Lago and other Trump holdings are "gun free zones" Hypocrite Donald should fire his protection detail and hire his two big game hunting thug sons along for protection.

    Hypocrite Donald holds a gun like someone who has lost a few marbles. Who taught you to hold a gun? Sarah Palin?

  31. Anonymous12:28 PM

    Hillary and Bill got that shit down bigtime.
    Co-mingle State Dept. with Clinton Foundation.

  32. Anonymous12:48 PM

    Donald Trump vows to end gun-free zones

    He will begin at his Manhattan Trump (protest no veterans allowed) Towers
    and follow with Palm Beach real estate.

    The two gun-zones, carry concealed and open, are to be celebrated as the floodgates pour forth with enthusiasts.

    Republicans everywhere are looking forward to their guns at the convention when Trump is crowned.

  33. Anonymous12:59 PM

    Haven't read the comments (so this has prolly been said - sorry) but I'm spitting mad I've just gotta get this off my chest:



    1. Anonymous2:02 PM

      Then I'll read your capital letters.

    2. Anonymous3:05 PM

      Glad you were able to exercise your preferences, 2:02 and not read past a commonly used slang term to deal with truly 'literal' shouting.

      Unfortunately, I had to read your comment before I realized you were one of the word Nazis that seem to feel better by posting amongst strangers to prove your self-perceived superiority. Idjit. oops. Prolly - I mean PROBABLY - offended you. You'll prolly have a RILLY bad day now. Don't kick yur dawg!

    3. Anonymous4:22 PM

      Not at all. If you want to leave a coherent thought, write accordingly.

    4. Anonymous11:03 PM

      And who appointed you, 4:22, to be the blog monitor? Bet you were one of those kids who really liked being the hall monitor. Glory days.

  34. Anonymous1:02 PM

    Sarah already gots her little self all fired from the game.

    Fired by Dully Bully Drumpf

    Fired By Brancy Mean Frunch

    Fired by Alaaaaaaaaskuh

    Fired by AMURiKAH!

  35. Anonymous1:07 PM

    NRA facing internal backlash over Trump endorsement

    The early endorsement was a push for GOP unity. But not all NRA members are eager to fall in line.

    With its last-minute decision to formally endorse Donald Trump, the National Rifle Association put itself out in front of the fight for Republican party unity.

    Just a day later, it’s already taking heavy flak.

    Chris Cox, the NRA’s top strategist, was met with raucous applause when he announced to the estimated 80,000 people gathered here for the group’s annual leadership forum on Friday that the nation’s biggest and most influential gun-rights organization was officially backing the presumptive Republican nominee. To endorse so early in the process is virtually unprecedented for the group; they didn’t get behind Mitt Romney in 2012 and Sen. John McCain in 2008 until October.

    “If your preferred candidate dropped out of the race, it’s time to get over it,” Cox said.

    But not everyone is there yet.

  36. Anonymous1:22 PM

    The Dangerous Acceptance of Donald Trump

    “Vice is a monster of so frightful mien, / As, to be hated, needs but to be seen,” the poet Alexander Pope wrote, in lines that were once, as they said back in the day, imprinted on the mind of every schoolboy. Pope continued, “Yet seen too oft, familiar with her face, / we first endure, then pity, then embrace.” The three-part process by which the gross becomes the taken for granted has been on matchlessly grim view this past week in the ascent of Donald Trump. First merely endured by those in the Republican Party, with pained grimaces and faint bleats of reluctance, bare toleration passed quickly over into blind, partisan allegiance—he’s going to be the nominee, after all, and so is our boy. Then a weird kind of pity arose, directed not so much at him (he supplies his own self-pity) as at his supporters, on the premise that their existence somehow makes him a champion for the dispossessed, although the evidence indicates that his followers are mostly stirred by familiar racial and cultural resentments, of which Trump has been a single-minded spokesperson.

    Now for the embrace. One by one, people who had not merely resisted him before but called him by his proper name—who, until a month ago, were determined to oppose a man they rightly described as a con artist and a pathological liar—are suddenly getting on board. Columnists and magazines that a month ago were saying #NeverTrump are now vibrating with the frisson of his audacity, fawning over him or at least thrilling to his rising poll numbers and telling one another, “We can control him.’

    No, you can’t.

    Key G.O.P. Donors Still Deeply Resist Donald Trump’s Candidacy

    A powerful array of the Republican Party’s largest financial backers remain deeply resistant to Donald J. Trump’s presidential candidacy, forming a wall of opposition that could make it exceedingly difficult for him to meet his goal of raising $1 billion before the November election.

    Interviews and emails with more than 50 of the Republican Party’s largest donors, or their representatives, revealed a measure of contempt and distrust toward their own party’s nominee that is unheard of in modern presidential politics.

    This Could Be Donald Trump’s Biggest Lie
    How rich is he?

    Donald Trump is really rich, right?

    Well, he certainly says he is. His latest personal financial disclosure puts his wealth at $10 billion.

    But no one actually knows if that’s true. Rigorous and objective analysis by reporters puts Trump’s wealth far below his self-reported status as a billionaire 10 times over, with most recent estimates pegging it at between $2.9-4.5 billion.

    When Tim O’Brien wrote a 2005 biography of Trump, here’s what he found:

    1. Anonymous1:45 PM

      FLORIDA. Palm Beach.

  37. Anonymous2:44 PM

    Hillary the COWARD won't even debate Sanders again.

    1. Anonymous3:32 PM

      There's no reason to. She's moving on to the general election. Name calling is very primary school and typical Trump behavior.


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