Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Super Tuesday Press Conference, Palm Beach, FL - March 1, 2016

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  1. On the subject of David Duke: "I’m David Duke and this is a quick unscripted response to the CNN interview today with Donald Trump. The inaccurate reporting by the media that I had endorsed Donald Trump… I am not endorsing Donald Trump."
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/02/breaking-david-duke-releases-video-i-never-endorsed-trump-stop-lying-video/

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    1. too bad, you should!

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  2. :-( IS TRUMP LOSING the nomination ...? There is a total of 2,472 delegates ( http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P16/R-Alloc.phtml ) Apparently, in order to AVOID A BROKERED CONVENTION Trump must win at least more than 50% (i.e. at least 1237 delegates).


    According to http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results - as of March 2, 2016, 8:56 AM ET - it seems that of the 595 delegates at stake in Super Tuesday, 440 have been designated for the various candidates. In any event, according to http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results - as of March 2, 2016, 8:56 AM ET the total delegate count (including the states from prior to Super Tuesday) is as follows:


    Trump - 285; Cruz - 161; Rubio - 87; Kasich - 25; Carson - 8


    So far that's a total of 566 delegates. That's approximately 50.35 % for Trump - just 2 delegates over 50%. However, according to 11:28 of https://youtu.be/vUdsg4CHMY8 ("Roger Stone Reveals the Koch Bros Plan to Stop Trump") "In the Iowa State Convention they have already stolen delegates that Donald Trump won fair and square in those caucuses." If so, it would seem that DONALD TRUMP IS CURRENTLY LOSING THE NOMINATION.


    Indeed, from a momentum standpoint, it seems that Trump's momentum has slowed down. Trump lost in Texas, Oklahoma, Minnesota and Alaska. In Minnesota, Trump came in third. I also expect that Thursday night's debate moderated by Megyn Kelly will be vicious.


    Donald Trump needs to spend more money to effectively advertise both highlighting his positions and positives (to counter the falsehoods spread by his opposition) and highlighting the weaknesses of his opposition - as well as investing in opposition research. I listened to the speeches of Tuesday night of Cruz and Rubio; what I heard was an abundance of horrific falsehoods against Trump. "Politicians are the lowest form of life on earth" (--- General George S. Patton via http://www.azquotes.com/quote/679858 ). Trump has to deal with this problem. This is a war.

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    1. I thought the comment that Rubio made about Trump's hands was filthy, not funny, like he seemed to think!

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    2. I agree with the hands comment by Rubio, but it is okay for the establishment senator to make those comments. The media is in control of this election and are being told what to report on. I believe they are mostly told to take Trump down. I thought the speech that so called Christian Cruz gave Tuesday night was full of lies. Trump had just given a speech telling what he stood for and Cruz turned right around and told what Trump stands for and it was the biggest pack of lies that I have ever heard. How can he claim to be a devoted Christian and then lie like that. A reminder for Ted: Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness Against Thy Neighbor - God meant all your neighbors, including Donald Trump and any of your other opponents in the race. I guess Ted likes to think he can twist the ten commandments to fit his needs. Cruz will follow the Constitution unless it benefits him in his election to do data mining on people so he can tell them what they want to hear. It is time for his followers to take the blinders off and actually see Ted for who he really is. They might also want to listen to a Trump speech to see what he really has been saying the entire time he has been running. He does not change with the wind like others do. The media seems to think that big bad Trump is attacking the poor establishment senators. If any of us were Trump and being attacked like that, we would defend ourselves against the lies. By the way, a message to the other candidates in the race - if you are not being attacked it is much easier to stand up and say you are going to keep the campaign positive. Go Trump - do not forget who we are really running against Hillary and Obama and their policies that are destroying the Country. Wake up America before it is too late and vote Trump - the only one in the race that has a chance to Make America Great Again.

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  3. Never trust the lying and hateful media. Their agenda is destroying anything moral or good for America. Disgusting local and national media bigots HAVE GOT TO GO!!!

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  4. HardBalls Chris Mathews is a real piece of work.
    Poor Hillary will be attacked for the e-mails.
    And.. he still wants to talk about david duke.
    Never mind dems who loved Robert Byrd of WV.
    People better wake up to the same tired divisive games dems play. They destroyed the middle class. They could care less about minorities in this country. They want illegals and illegal criminals for there new voting block.
    And.. the republican establishment are in the same bed. GLOBALISM.

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  5. :-( TRUMP IS SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW 50% (Approx. 46.4%) based on http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results (March 2, 2016, 10:11 AM ET):


    Trump: 316; Cruz: 226; Rubio: 106; Kasich: 25; Carson 8. (That’s apparently not even taking into account Roger Stone’s accusation that delegates were already stolen from Trump in Iowa!)


    BTW: Apparently, there are still 40 more delegates that need to be allocated from Super Tuesday. Also why is Rubio winning any delegates in Texas; isn’t he below the threshold?


    Does this mean that some horrific establishment RINO will be nominated via a brokered convention? :-( TRUMP MUST IMPROVE THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF HIS GAME – BOTH DEFENSIVELY AND OFFENSIVELY.

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