Donald Trump

The Party of Stupid Allows Clinton Foundation Member Matt Lauer to Moderate Debate

What would make Republican candidates for President agree to a debate moderated by Matt Lauer, a “Notable Member” of the Clinton Global Initiative, or George Stephanopoulos, the former press secretary of a Democratic president, or the likes of CNN’s notoriously liberal host Anderson Cooper? Besides rank stupidity, it is hard to think of a reason.

SOROS: Trump to win in ‘landslide’ vote, but President Hillary a ‘done deal’

Nazi Collaborator and convicted currency manipulator George Soros predicts a landslide popular vote win for Donald Trump, but says Hillary will win the electoral vote. In today's article we connect the dots to show exactly why Soros is so confident in his prediction.

Why This Economy Needs Donald Trump

David Malpass, New York Times

Voters will have an opportunity to decide for or against a government that’s failing on health care, taxes, trade, cost control and regulation. One candidate wants higher tax rates. The other would lower them. One candidate thinks the economic recovery has been successful whereas the other thinks it left millions of Americans out. One candidate has spent her lifetime seeking the presidency. Mr. Trump hasn’t.

Donald Trump: International Man of Diplomacy — yes, really

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

Mr. Trump swooped into Mexico City on short notice Wednesday to meet with Mexico’s president, Enrique Pena Nieto, who has compared Mr. Trump to Adolf Hitler. Mr. Pena Nieto left the private meeting saying he is “certain” that Mr. Trump’s “genuine interest is to build a relationship that might lead us to provide both our societies better conditions.”

Trump doesn't soften on immigration but skips some details

W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner

The Republican presidential nominee, fresh from a controversial but largely successful trip to Mexico, emphasized his respect for the neighboring country's president, the Mexican people and Americans of Mexican ancestry. He argued that his immigration policies would be good for Latino Americans, as well as African Americans. He conceded that many illegal immigrants were good people, more clearly than in his campaign announcement speech that became known for the "Mexican rapists" line.

Two Things Donald Trump Got Absolutely Right

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

First, Donald Trump and Mike Pence went to Louisiana. In the midst of terrible devastation, while President Obama was on vacation and Hillary Clinton was fundraising, Team Trump went to Louisiana. They drew positive media exposure and looked Presidential. Second, Trump went to Mexico and Hillary did not.

Trump: Maybe we can deport Clinton

Jonathan Swan, The Hill

Trump told the raucous Phoenix crowd that as president he'd be establishing a "special deportation task force" to "find the most dangerous illegals who have evaded justice." "Just like Hillary Clinton has evaded justice," Trump added, as the Phoenix crowd roared. "Maybe they will be able to deport her."

Hillary's Former Chief Campaign Strategist Calls Trump's Mexico Speech A 'Home Run'

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

The chief strategist and communications director for Hillary Clinton’s last presidential campaign offered a surprising take on Donald Trump’s visit to Mexico on Wednesday. Howard Wolfson said on Twitter that Trump appeared “presidential” and hit a political “home run” during a joint press conference he held with Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto.

Trump Delivers A Speech For The Ages

If Hillary Clinton has been looking weak and haggard on the campaign trail she must be positively terrified now, because last night Donald Trump rallied an army fiercely determined to take its country back and reclaim the promise that she and Barack Obama have stolen from them.

Hillary Clinton’s New Classified Email Revelation

Fox News’ award winning chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge observed in an appearance on Greta Van Susteren’s “On the Record” that the email exchange was almost office gossip in nature. Which begs the question what kind of judgement was Clinton exercising in gossiping about classified information via email hosted on her unsecured server?

Polls tighten in presidential race

Jonathan Easley, The Hill

Donald Trump is gaining some ground on Hillary Clinton in the polls, leaving the Democrat with a smaller lead heading into the crucial month of September. Clinton’s lead has shrunk to 4.3 points in the RealClearPolitics average, and she’s fallen short of the 50 percent mark in the last six national polls. The Democratic presidential nominee has settled into the mid-40 percent range, presenting an opportunity for her Republican rival.

Trump Talk to Focus on Borders, Not Deportation

Rebecca Berg, Real Clear Politics

Trump now appears to have settled on a new manner of discussing his immigration views, if not a revised stance. He will focus on border security, as has been the tack of many Republicans, while leaving the question of illegal immigrants already in the country to sort out later.

Media defend aggressive standards for covering Trump

Eddie Scarry, Washington Examiner

Trump's campaign has benefited from billions of dollars worth of earned media, and has put him in a position where he doesn't have to run campaign ads as much, and yet still competes. However, more and more media figures are mounting an effort to end Trump's free ride.

The resentment election

Hugh Hewitt, Washington Examiner

Throughout American history some elections have been driven by resentment and revenge. 2016 seems to me to be one of those, ranking with the 1968 vote after a year of tears, misery and war, as well as the "Bloody Shirt" elections following the Civil War.

The Washington Post Joins The Elitist War On Country Class America

“Americans have a fundamental, decent, and just demand: that the people they elect defend their interests. And every issue to come before us in the coming months will have to pass this test: does this strengthen, or weaken, the position of the everyday, loyal American citizen?” The inhumanely elitist views expressed in The Washington Post’s editorial “Don’t Fall for Trump’s Pivot” fail – grossly – to meet that test.