13 April 2011

Full Trump Interview on Today Show (video)

"We're not respected... the world laughs at us... 
they won't be laughing if I'm president"


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The man's on a roll, hard to deny him that

Adrienne said...

RR - I'm getting worried. Are you getting tingles up and down you leg?

Maggie Thornton said...

I really like what he is saying and the fact that he will not back down for fear of the msm. That alone makes him tremendously valuable.

Reaganite Republican said...

Nope Adrienne, I just noticed some resistance out there that resembles what I felt initially (maybe a bit of a tingle from that wife of his tho, yowza lol)

I want as many as people as possible -inc. the GOP old guard- to hear what this man is saying, as for two long years I've been DYING for SOME-body to show up with a full set and say it... that is, besides Palin

And like you Maggie, I love how he won't back down on Islam and Obama (related topics lol)- he puts these underhanded interviewers right back in the chair.

I take him seriously as a candidate ever since the dawning realization hit me that Trump has a far better chance of winning than anyone else I really like.... and I like Trump

Was always disappointed that the only one with any real business background was Romney- we really could use the skill set right about now

Red said...

I'm wondering how much of this is a 'show'. Say he get's popular and starts winning, then pulls a Perot and drops from the race only to concede to some 'less-than' candidate. There has to be big money behind him. Who would it be besides his own? Not Soros.

Reaganite Republican said...

Trump said he'll run a ONE BILLION DOLLAR campaign:

He'll put up 600 Mill, and ask for "investments" from the public for the $400M balance

I'm serious- seems straightforward and clean enough, no conspiracies- as I understand it Trump is worth $5-10B, depending who you ask

Reaganite Republican said...

Oh, and BTW Red... if you watch any of the interviews I posted, Trump is quite adamant about winning the GOP nomination... he really isn't that keen on being forced to split the right, and he goes to great lengths to stress that whenever I've seen him talk about it.

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