Donald Trump’s Response to Hillary, DNC, Press Conference
ED Noor: I found this press conference absolutely riveting to listen to ~ right to the end.
Here you have Donald Trump’s press conference in Doral, Florida, July 27. Note how hostile the press is towards him and how gracefully he handles them, refusing to be sidetracked by their aggressiveness,considering he obviously had a cold. Donald is not in good health in this press conference; he sounds a tad winded and nasal.But he is totally charming while he is at it ~ well, Katie Couric, whom he addresses at one point, might disagree…..
Mr. Trump notes that it has been over 230 days since Hillary Clinton had a press conference, amazing given the softballs they always throw at her anyway.
“It’s been 235 days since Crooked Hillary has held a press conference.”
It’s true and begs a lot of questions.
He also mentions the huge increases in ObamaCare premiums due to be announced November 1 that President Obama is trying to put off until December, after the election. The increases will be huge. He then challenges the press to actually do their jobs for a change and publicize this information so Obama can’t get away with it.
He discusses his non-relationship with Vladimir Putin and addresses many other issues worth listening to. This is not fiery rhetoric but the conversation and common sense Mr. Trump is accused of not exhibiting. That rather frightens the media.
This past week, while searching for images of Donald Trump for cartoons ~ caricatures, whatnot ~ I found not a ONE that was flattering. Every single one was a bad photo or a rude comment of one sort or another. Many of my usual American sources have dried up because they, whether gentile or Jew, are already liberals and hang with the Sarah Silvermans of this world. Or they are much more Communist than they wish to admit…. They might “get” many things but they do not “get” Donald Trump. At all.
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