Skip to comments.Anderson Cooper tells Donald Trump he argues like 'a five-year-old'
Posted on 03/30/2016 5:59:02 AM PDT by detective
Moderator Anderson Cooper had no time for schoolyard excuses Tuesday night during the CNN Republican Town Hall, telling Donald Trump that "I didn't start it" isn't an argument that should be used by a presidential candidate.
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“Is Anderson the same guy that called tea party people tea-baggers?”
It was people like Anderson Cooper and Barnie frank that called Tea Party people “teabaggers”, those who knew what the term meant.
It's more a wonder when any
victim graduate attendee of this system can think an independent thought, let alone rationally defend it.
Your bought and paid for career politician is the worst national candidate in generations. Pastor Ted loses Evangelicals to “NY Liberal” Trump. How pathetic is that?
Well, if you’re going to choose a candidate based on looks, you probably should have chosen Rubio...since he’s the best looking one in the race. Then again, Obama is clean and articulate and fairly nice looking....
and look where choosing him got us.
Take a good hard, critical look at Donald Trump. He’s not exactly GQ (ooops) material himself.
At least mine is conservative and doesn’t pick on rivals’ wives. At least mine hasn’t donated to Hillary, Reid, Schumer and the Clinton Foundation. At least mine has stuck to one wife.
Here. Use this graphic:
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“Anderson Cooper has far, far more to lose here professionally.
President Trump will not readily provide him access for interviews.”
Yes, anyone who crossed or did not support Trump should have concern if Trump were to become President. We would have an extremely vindictive person as President who is possibly mentally unstable but has a severe personality disorder in charge of the IRS, BATF, DOJ, EPA, etc. Not being provided interviews could be the least of Anderson’s problems.
Well, we see what Raphael’s word is worth, don’t we?
“No, you illustrate mine: You and about half his supporters are just worshipers who paste your theyre denying my Comb-over God what is due unto him nonsense in thread after thread, no matter what the topic.”
You do understand that Cruz has zero chance of getting 83% of the remaining delegates right? And that means his strategy is exactly the same as Kasich’s...to deprive the people of their God given right to choose the nominee by bringing the decision to the convention. And, what is worse is that the convention is the ONLY place where the establishment can defeat us (Trump and Cruz supporters) and most likely will. Now, either you can delude yourself or you can simply admit that you do not care if the people are thwarted...but, you cannot, with any credibility say that Trump supporters are wrong about this. The only reasonable choice is to rally behind the guy who is far ahead...Donald Trump. Divided we fall is true statement here...
I might agree if the personal attack” in this case wasn’t an ad which was basically calling Trump’s wife a whire. If he didn’t respond to that despicable slander I would have to wonder what was wrong with him.
Trumps response to Cooper was spot on imo. When did we become such pansies that we stopped sticking up for ourselves? Granted, there are times when it is not that important... however, when one is subjected to offenses day after day on every level, I have no problem with Trump pointing out the obvious.. Cruz DID start the bs and Trump us simply finishing it.
The Donald remonstrated by The Poofter?! Wow.
He apprenticed in his rich daddy’s already established business and was given a million dollars to start out with. True, he didn’t squander the million dollars away or gamble it away. But he didn’t exactly have to start at the bottom like most folks do either. If Trump had started with nothing, what you claim would be of more worth. The reality is, he started out rich and ended up richer.
My reference to Scut Farkus was not necessarily based on beauty - more on the snarly, mean appearance of Cruz when he’s talking about Trump. That mean mouth!
I don’t think there’s a beauty in the entire field although The Donald wasn’t a bad-looking young man.
I love the new ‘hate-the-rich’ tone of Cruz supporters. What a laugh.
“Trump needs to avoid personal attacks and rise above attacks on his wife. “
What kind of a man does that? If a man won’t stand up for his wife he won’t stand for anything. Eff Ted Cruz and eff Anderson Cooper.
“Anderson Cooper is amazing. How many businesses has he run?
How many campaigns?”
Huh? Does that really matter at all? When did those things become a prerequisite for being a journalist or TV news person? You are just parroting the standard Trump method of marginalizing anyone who has the temerity to question his record or his methods of trying to put people “in their place”.
Well apparently you haven’t noticed, but every picture you see of Trump is with him scowling or with his pouty mouth in an “o”. Not an attractive look either. So both candidates are lacking in the attractiveness category. But then, last I checked, most of us aren’t into the shallowness of ‘looks’ as a criteria. That’s usually a leftist trait.
Cooper is how gay?
There’s nothing of any ‘hate the rich’ tone about it. You Trump fans want to give him credit for what he has accomplished in life. Yet he didn’t exactly have to leap tall buildings with a single bound ...considering how wealthy he started out. Just sayin....
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