Trump was very specific in calling Rosie O'Donnell a fat pig and so on, as she had started the war of words on The View and had been giving as well as she got. The meaning of the Megyn Kelly "whatever" thing is unsubstantiated on its face. The "on her knees" thing was even defended by the person herself, who was an Apprentice contender and knew the context was a joke. Carly Fiorina caved to femnazi indignation rather than just returning his baloney about her face with "In your dreams, Donny" or some other little cut that would show she has an ounce of self-confidence. The rest I haven't bothered with, because they are either more than 20 or 25 years old (the "I don't raise chidren" thing and the Princess Diana thing). That leaves one or two improvident statements in the past 50 years of adult life that I haven't been able to track down the context for.
In short, what bulls**t.
——Which you cruzbots
How the hell did I get lumped into the Cruz camp? Them’s fightin’ words!
It doesn’t matter if it is b.s. or not. What matters is what effect an ad like that would have in the general election. If Trump choses to respond to that as with your explanation, fine. I guess we’d have to see how that plays.
The MSM just throws out anything to see what sticks. People in general should know they lie, distort, ignore or cast innuendos here and there mostly on Republicans and conservatives.
I want to see a montage of Benghazi with voice over of Hillary saying two things
A) We did not lose any people in Libya
B) What difference does it make anyway?
That should do it
I submit this ad proves my point, funded by an establishment Republican, yet using a Leftist strategy that Hillary Clinton would be proud of.
I hope all noticed the coordination which went into this ad and it's promotion today;
Cable news networks have been running this nonstop for the past 24 hours;
Democrat candidates and “Republican” candidates have made this ad most of their talking points.
Obama made a statement today about this.
In the old days, this was known as a “Smear Campaign”, a cousin of the “October Surprise”, all produced by Establishment Republicans against their own parties front runner.