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Today, 5:30 pmHillary Clinton Hits Trump for 'Dropping In' on Mexico
Hilldebeast is lecturing Trump about what it takes to be diplomatic........(he already has money hilldebeast!!) what a frinking joke, he wasn't over there for diplomacy. He did the absolutely correct thing, he went over there made the acquaintance, discussed common ground, and looked like a leader. He demonstrated that he is not belligerent and is quite capable of conducting himself as a good AMERICAN, and is not thinned skinned as he is made out to be. This was not tweeting it was real and respectful, very good.
Trump intently listening to interpreter.
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Yesterday, 11:53 pmTrump is going to Mexico tomorrow.
Some people think all illegal immigrants are Mexican, but most know they are not the majority.. Anyway this is a good demonstration of Trump seizing the moment and showing some savvy. Lets see what happens.
I can see a good meeting.
Yesterday, 8:31 amThe Real Hilldebeast in Blackface.
Yesterday, 8:21 amBaltimore 200th homicide.
I wonder if he looked like barry's son?????? Where in the world is BLM?????? Hypocrite pawns all of you manipulated leftists WAKE UP!!!!!!!!
August 29, 2016, 6:13 pmThe Diamond and Silk interview are "off the plantation!"
THE interview audio.
Then click on the PLAY icon.
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August 29, 2016, 12:46 pmHumma mans up, dumps Weiner.
This probably took place years ago but now it is official, after great consideration.
Is this what we want running the greatest country on Earth since forever? Ugh.
August 29, 2016, 10:24 amUh-oh the message is catching on.
Latinos don't like plantations, ARRIBA ANDALE! Para todos mis amigos Latinos que aman este pais Trump es el mejor para adelantar a TODOS!!!!!!
We don't need no stinking demoniocRATS.
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August 29, 2016, 8:14 amOne degree away from Hilldebeast. Weiner is at it again.
Weiner is a low life stain that sums up the moral fiber of the demoncRAT party. Humma Weiner condones this behavior just like hilldebeast condoned and protected billy bones.
These women are WEAK and should not even be in position to possibly run this country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They are are a disgrace to all women of character...................do you think Carly Fiorina or Sarah Palin would marry such low lives or allow this behavior?????????
August 22, 2016, 11:39 pmCop kills Deaf Mute at traffic stop.
This state trooper Jermaine Saunders must be dismissed immediately and do 15 years mandatory for murder 1. This is disgusting. All lives matter.
August 22, 2016, 11:15 amGo Rudy!
Read to the end for all you adoring fans of purported high (school) intelligence hillldebeast FAILED the bar exam in DC and went to Arkansas, finally have someone rig it so she could then pass it.
August 21, 2016, 6:26 pmThe Raw Story.
Do you see a raw story developing here?
Where in the world is hilldebeast???
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August 19, 2016, 11:24 pmTrump donates 18 wheeler full of supplies (Video).
Good job, from his own pocket.
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August 18, 2016, 11:04 pmHilly gets a lift.
I know you're laughing, it is pretty funny!!!!!!!!!!HAHAHAHAHAHA!
August 17, 2016, 8:34 amThe bloated 280lb. demoncRAT nominee.
The Hindenbeast you say?? It is ok to make fun of Crush Crusty but not the beast? Gimme a break.
Give me funnel cakes! NOW! With powdered sugar sprinkles!
August 16, 2016, 5:18 pmGreat advice from Pat Caddell.
Political analyst Pat Caddell offered his take on the latest Breitbart News/Gravis poll on Tuesday morning’s Breitbart News Daily with SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon.
The topline result of the poll had Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 42% to 37%, in a four-way race which also included Libertarian Gary Johnson at 9% and the Green Party’s Jill Stein at 3%.
Caddell said he was particularly interested in segment of the survey that asked both the conventional “Is America on the wrong track?” question, and also “Is America seriously on the wrong track?”
“A little less than half the country said we were seriously off on the wrong track, and another quarter basically said we were off-track,” he noted. “What’s interesting is, if you drill down in some of those numbers, you find that, for instance, among young people, very high numbers — almost 70% on the wrong track, which is really high for them.”
Bannon asked why this powerful sense of the country being on the wrong track hasn’t translated to a polling advantage for Donald Trump.
“It’s not yet, in part, because I don’t think the election has joined around the issues,” Caddell replied. “We’re still in a very loosely-framed election, in which, right now, the press, all their attention has been devoted to — if you will, I can portray it as ‘anti-Trump,’ but I think that’s a mild understatement. And the Democrats, of course, have been hammering him, to keep it an election on personality.”
He said this “loose” focus on personality will keep the polls “very volatile,” until the focus shifts to issues during the presidential debates.
“When you start looking at how people think the country’s doing, the economy is doing — for instance, you’ve got a huge majority in this poll who show that they believe that America has gotten weaker internationally,” said Caddell.
“By the way, it’s interesting, when both questions are framed for people, to frame the election, the election is much closer, depending again on how you place the questions,” he observed.
Bannon asked why Trump’s campaign has not been able to shift the campaign narrative onto this favorable issue terrain.
“Part of it is Trump himself, and part of it is a campaign that has apparently — well, to be kind about it, the offensive campaign that they might have planned to do that wasn’t in place, before the candidate kind of moved the campaign to other things, that made his personality and himself the center of the issue,” answered Caddell.
“The issue here for him, which is clear, is that this is a country in trouble. This is a country where the economy and foreign policy are in trouble. And she represents — for a country that sees, by vast majorities, that the political class in Washington is corrupt, and rigging the system for themselves, that has not yet come center place,” he said.
“What they’re trying to do is disqualify him from the Presidency. He needs to now go back to saying, ‘Hey, wait a minute, what kind of country do you want to continue to have? The one that is, inevitably, slowly before our eyes, declining and not succeeding? Or do you want to take a chance on making things better? I can help you make things better.’ He has not engaged that. The minute he engages, this election will change amazingly,” Caddell predicted.
“She is locked in to what she is,” he said of Clinton. “All she can do is put up barriers, or throw up arguments, against Trump. Trump is the independent variable in this equation. He is the one that can force those things that matter to people to the front. That is what a change election is about.”
Bannon suggested that “the general population doesn’t know this is a change election,” with so much attention focused on the clash of personalities, and Trump’s negative qualities. Caddell faulted Trump and his campaign for lacking the preparation and discipline to impose their own narrative.
Caddell recalled working for Jimmy Carter’s reelection campaign in 1980, when “we had Reagan defined as a very risky and dangerous person,” but the outcome was “the only election that went in close and came out big,” in Reagan’s favor.
“It was because the people finally said, ‘Well, he’s okay. He’s enough okay. Boy, we’re really mad about the economy, and the hostages, whatever.’ That’s what we have in this election now,” said Caddell. “The problem for the Trump campaign is, they have not forced that definition — which, by the way, events and attitudes are so much worse than they were 35 years ago… they do believe that she is corrupt, and that she represents — she is the epitome, she is the epicenter of the political class, crony capitalism, and the way it works.”
“That they have not challenged that more specifically is the reason this campaign is off, because the press and the Democrats, particularly the press — whatever Trump says, they will find something to start trying to knock him down,” he charged.
Bannon advised Trump to prepare himself for even worse treatment from the press, if he should find a way to close his polling deficit against Clinton — an eventuality Bannon described as a “miracle,” while Caddell thought it was highly likely.
“He will close this gap. He will,” Caddell predicted. “And I’ll tell you, you’re right about the media. So, therefore, what do you do about that? You must take it to the level of not whining about the media. It’s not about whining. It is about that they are playing a detailed role, and a conscious role, in terms of protecting the political class, because they are the political class.”
He cited polling data that showed the American people have lost faith in the media, arguing that “two-thirds of them believe their level of objectivity and bias is as high as ever — they’re the lowest they’ve ever been, in Gallup.”
“They need to be challenged institutionally,” he said of the press. “Remember what they’re trying to do. They’re not trying just to knock Trump off. They need to suppress that which they have not been able to do all year, this rebellion out in the hinterlands, in both parties — whether it’s the Democrats’ revolt with Sanders, the Republican revolt with Trump — to suppress this instinct of the American people, to take control back of their country.”
“That’s the issue: who runs America?” Caddell declared. “And I’ll tell you, when you start elevating to those seminal issues, then you have a campaign in which people will be fully engaged. They’re going to discount a lot of the attacks.”
Caddell concluded by striving to make one thing clear to the Breitbart News Daily audience: “If it weren’t Trump, if Trump were somebody else, the nicest person in the world or whatever, they would be doing the same thing to that person, because that person represents a threat to their power, and their prestige, and their positions. And they will try to hold on to those at all costs. That’s why you can’t just get fooled by the way they try to turn the microscope up.”
Pat Caddell is a regular on Fox News’ “Political Insiders,” Sunday nights at 7:30 PM Eastern.