Donald Trump really wants to make American great again — but first, he’s trying to make us afraid.
During his acceptance speech Thursday night, the Republican nominee for president (not “presumptive” anymore — as in, we’re actually doing this) cast himself as the savior of a nation beset by crime, undeterred foreign threats and spineless leadership. And then he achieved it not using the trademark unsubtlety and braggadocio that carried him to the convention, but alternatively using language blunted just adequate to make his frightening vision acceptable to voters.
Read more at: Opinion: A scarier, more insidious version of Donald Trump (n.d.) http://www.latimes.com/opinion/readersreact/la-ol-opinion-newsletter-donald-trump-republican-nominee-20160723-snap-htmlstory.html
Politicians running for president are graded by Politfact therefore the order runs in how you would expect it to when you are annoyed when Donald Trump is speaking. Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner, has reached the base of the list with a sad 9% of true or mostly true statements. Just 9% of this things Donald Trump says are typically pertaining to the truth.
Trump lies a great deal that in 2015, Politifact awarded him the Lie of the season for numerous statements he made, because the team couldn’t select the most egregious lie. Away from 77 statements checked, 76 of these were found to become mostly false to false to pants on fire lies.
Read more at: Fact Checkers Prove That 91% of the Things Donald Trump Says Are False (n.d.) http://www.politicususa.com/2016/03/31/ninety-one-percent-donald-trump-false.html
As the hero himself has trained in order to be named the Republican nominee for president, Donald Trump has never read any biographies of presidents. He stated he would like to someday.
They’ve instantly to understand, he explained: “I not have. I’m always busy making a lot. Now I’m more busy, I guess, than before.”
Trump’s desk is piled high with magazines, nearly all out of them with himself on their covers, and each morning, he reviews a pile of printouts of reports articles about himself that his secretary delivers to his desk. Fact is that there are without any shelves of books in his office, no computer on his desk.
Presidents have different methods of preparing to make decisions. Some read deeply, some prefer to review short memos that condense difficult issues into bite-size summaries, ideally with check-boxes at the lower of the page. But Trump, poised to become the first major-party presidential nominee since Dwight Eisenhower who had not previously held elected office, appears to have an unusually light appetite for reading.
Read more at:Donald Trump doesn’t read much. Being president probably wouldn’t change that (n.d)
Republicans are making the effort to embrace Donald Trump, but he is not so it is easy. Just a couple weeks just before the party tactics to coronate Trump as its 2016 standard-bearer along at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, the presumptive nominee is staying up the infighting that has troubled the GOP’s establishment for months.
During the past 48 hours, Trump has abandoned decades of conservative orthodoxy on trade, launched into a battle using the GOP’s traditional business lobby allies and campaign financiers — like the Chamber of Commerce — and slammed his former Republican presidential rivals who have not endorsed him, saying their political careers should be over.
“They broke their word also in my view; they must never be permitted to run for public office again because exactly what did was disgraceful,” Trump said in Bangor, Maine, Wednesday, observing figures like Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who signed a pledge to strengthen the GOP nominee but have still to endorse him Kasich, due to his part, on Wednesday, released a note on his campaign fundraising list highlighting a poll showing him faring better on the list of the general election than Trump.
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I believe everyone should have their say or present their case to a committee. However, scare tactics does not work or bullying others show that they are not really who they are inside. In saying that I would rather have someone in politics that knows the system. It is just like saying you are a mechanic, but you do not know anything about working of cars. Your ability and skills will determine if you are capable of being in whatever position one works. A pretender never gets away, because time will determine if one is really up to the task.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday said it was “unacceptable” for Donald Trump to suggest there would be rioting if he is not the Republican nominee.
“Nobody should say might be found in my thoughts and opinions because to even address or hint to violence is unacceptable,” Trump told reporters on Capitol Hill.
On Wednesday, Trump said on CNN that if he does not win the GOP nomination at the convention there might be a riot because he represents millions of people.
Ryan acknowledged there could be an open convention.
“We are getting our minds around that correctly could turn into reality,” Ryan said.
Ryan that has declined to state that he did oppose Trump as the nominee even while he has scolded the GOP front-runner for his rhetoric said Thursday that he will not see himself denouncing Trump’s candidacy.
“I do not believe I will wish to accomplish that,” he said while reaffirming his previous statements that he will operate on conservative principles.
Ryan also reiterated that he will not serve as the party’s nominee when there’s a contested convention come to early July.
And he indicated his predecessor, John Boehner, to avoid making public remarks of support earlier this week at a Florida conference.
“I saw Boehner yesterday evening, and I told him to knock it off,” he said. “I used slightly different words. I used his words that he used to work with against us when he told us to knock things off.”
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