Donald Trump will loose in the General Elections.

ba$eman posted:
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What's the embarrassment?  Milania Trump's speech?  Well, that was a fault of the writer, who I think deliberately tried to sabotage Trump!  That's my personal view!  That will blow over!

Giuliani screaming and ranting as if he was on K2.

A 47 y/o black man who was taking care of an autistic man was shot by cops in FL yesterday.   And here is Giuliani screaming that black kids mustn't have black friends because there is a 99% possibility that they will be killed.  With that data how come blacks haven't been killed off if there is almost 100% possibility that they will be killed.

And there are other embarrassments which others are discussing, including other GOP officials.

Its all good though. The message that is being made will only satisfy the 30% of the population who are hard core Trump supporters.

After Ted Cruz's convention speech, Trump fired back at a vanquished foe, revisiting a decision to retweet an unflattering photo of the senator's wife | Crain's New York Business#utm_medium=email&utm_source=cnyb-dailyalert&utm_campaign=cnyb-dailyalert-20160722#utm_medium=email&utm_source=cnyb-dailyalert&utm_campaign=cnyb-dailyalert-20160722 <noscript><img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1493147397381573&ev=PageView&noscript=1" /></noscript> <noscript><img src="http://b.scorecardresearch.com/p?c1=2&c2=16193073&cv=2.0&cj=1" /></noscript>

A day after accepting the Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trump pivoted back to the GOP primaries on Friday, choosing to re-litigate a pair of months-old battles with rival Ted Cruz.

In what should have been a feel-good victory lap the morning after his thundering acceptance speech, Trump instead defended his decision to retweet an unflattering photo of Cruz's wife, Heidi, and returned to wondering about possible links between Cruz's father and President John F. Kennedy's assassin.

He also declared that, two days after Cruz was loudly booed at the Republican National Convention for not endorsing the new nominee, he would never accept the Texas senator's backing.

"He'll come and endorse, it's because he has no choice. But I don't want his endorsement," Trump said. "Ted, stay home. Relax. Enjoy yourself."

The ugly and highly personal feud between the top two finishers in the Republican primaries, dormant since Cruz ended his campaign in early May, reignited in dramatic fashion Wednesday at a convention meant to heal the bruised party.

The Texas senator was given a speaking slot, though he had indicated he wasn't going to offer an endorsement. He drew a standing ovation when he first emerged and was cheered loudly for most of his speech. But as it drew to a close, and it became apparent that Cruz would not offer the nominee a full-throated endorsement or urge his hundreds of delegates to vote for Trump come November, boos echoed across the arena.

Trump then made a surprise appearance in his private box, glaring at the stage as Cruz departed.

The Republican nominee made no mention of his former rival as he read his 75-minute speech from the teleprompters Thursday night, but switched gears the following morning. The invite-only event, billed as a thank you reception for supporters and staff at Trump's Cleveland hotel at first looked like it would simply consist of Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, making perfunctory remarks saluting the convention and pledging to win in November.

But then Trump bore in on Cruz, calling his non-endorsement "dishonorable" before revisiting the hubbub over the celebrity businessman March's retweet of a post that juxtaposed an unflattering photo of Heidi Cruz with a glamour shot of Trump's wife Melania, a former model. Cruz criticized Trump for involving his wife; Trump's rebuttal at the time was to accuse a Super PAC affiliated with Cruz of sending a risque photo of Melania Trump to Utah voters.

And then, suddenly, he returned to it Friday.

"I didn't start anything with the wife," Trump said, eliciting a loud gasp from one reporter at the back of the hotel ballroom. "Then when I saw somebody tweeted a picture of Melania and a picture of Heidi, who I think, by the way, is a very nice woman and a very beautiful woman."

"I think (she's) the best thing he's got going and his kids if you want to know the truth." he continued during the nearly 15-minute ramble about Cruz.

Trump then turned to justifying how, on the eve of the Indiana primary that proved to be Cruz's last stand, he touted a story in the National Enquirer tabloid that printed a photo that purported to show Cruz's father, Rafael, with Lee Harvey Oswald.

"All I did was point out the fact that on the cover of the National Enquirer there was a picture of him and crazy Lee Harvey Oswald having breakfast," the GOP nominee said. "Did anybody ever deny that was the father? They're not saying, 'Oh that wasn't really my father.' It was a little hard to do. It looked like him."

Cruz, in May, had denied that his father was in the photo. His spokeswoman

 

McCain rebukes Trump's attacks on Khan family: 'I cannot emphasize enough how deeply I disagree'

 

 

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Sen. John McCain of Arizona distanced himself from Donald Trump's attacks on the family of Humayun Khan, a Muslim American solider who was killed in the Iraq War.

The former Republican presidential nominee issued a statement blasting the current nominee for "disparag[ing] a fallen soldier's parents."

"The Republican Party I know and love is the party of Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan," McCain said in the Monday statement.

He continued: "In recent days, Donald Trump disparaged a fallen soldier's parents. He has suggested that the likes of their son should not be allowed in the United States — to say nothing of entering its service. I cannot emphasize enough how deeply I disagree with Mr. Trump's statement. I hope Americans understand that the remarks do not represent the views of our Republican Party, its officers, or

Chief posted:

Well said Carib.

Do not ever forger his shameless GNI followers. 

They are even worse than him for they are immigrants who forgot thier roots. They are what you call scum bags.

From a jackass who fled PNC tyranny and now blow them, that is scumbag.  I have supported Republicans for a long time and have always been against illegal immigration.  I'm also an anti-Islamist extremists!  I also believed that we took outsourcing too far, that was my position ten years ago and we see the effects.  What does me being an immigrant have to do with being against such things!!

Trump have the right message but takes the bait too quickly when set upon.  Khan did open himself for attacks as he did attacked Trump.  Trump could have easily turn it on the Dems head by asking Mr Khan to not take his grief out on Him.  Hillary backed the war which cost his son's life, a war without justification.  A war which unleashed a wave of terrorism to which he, Trump, is forced to respond to.  Blame it all on Hillary!

Now you fullah scumbag, go to hell!!

ba$eman posted:
Chief posted:

............ Khan did open himself for attacks as he did attacked Trump.  Trump could have easily turn it on the Dems head by asking Mr Khan to not take his grief out on Him.  Hillary backed the war which cost his son's life, a war without justification.  A war which unleashed a wave of terrorism to which he, Trump, is forced to respond to.  Blame it all on Hillary!

Now you fullah scumbag, go to hell!!

Banna I feel for you. You are trying to turn this sleazy idiot Trump's attack on those people by blaming Hillary. Banna you are grovelling now, this is realll lowwwwww.

ba$eman posted:
 

Trump takes the bait too quickly when set upon. 

Khan is enjoying himself as he has the support of the vast majority of Americans, and I bet millions around the world.

Its Trump who confirms that he is a bully.

Do you know that if Kari sent a FB message and it went virile Trump will stop his campaign to call him an impoverished Muslim immigrant from a backward country?  This while Hillary is hard at work convincing Republicans that Trump is unfit.

Because this is where it is now.  Dems and Independents have already fled Trump.  He is seen as untrustworthy as Hillary and less fit to be president.  As of now many Republicans are beginning to feel that way.  Even Paul Ryan.

Trump fell into a trap set by Hillary where he now openly admits that Putin is OK and nothing is wrong with how he treats Ukraine.

And the debates haven't even begun yet.  I think that I am beginning to agree with Kari and Storm that the election is over, and we just need to get through the formalities.

Hillary campaigning in Nebraska just shows how low the GOP are.  That is as if Trump were to campaign in San Francisco or LA.

Trump campaign gets in Twitter trouble again with Photoshopped poll image

 
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Donald Trump's campaign can't seem to get out of its own way on social media.

On Monday morning, Trump began heralding poll results from Iowa and the key swing state of Ohio. He mentioned the results at a rally and tweeted out nifty graphics on his account to share the numbers.

The only problem: he kept crediting an outlet that doesn't commission such polls:FiveThirtyEight.

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Trump credited Nate Silver's electoral wizardry for showing he had a lead over Clinton of 46 percent to 43 percent in Ohio and a 44 percent to 41 percent lead in Iowa.

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