Why would Cruz try to be polite with this moron, whom he met Monday during a campaign stop in Marion, Indiana?
Ironically, that’s what people like about Trump. Were this a Cruz supporter, Trump would have put this guy away and not pretended that you are going to have a reasonable discussion with him. He would have given him the respect he deserved – that is, none.
Maybe Cruz thought he was back at Harvard and saw in this man the captain of the Yale debating team.
Here are the main speeches from the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner last night – the comments by President Obama, where were fairly funny, and by comedian Larry Wilmore. Wilmore was good but didn’t kill it like some comedians have in the past.
Obama’s speech is preceded by a video, compiled by a couple of White House journalists, which includes some of the most significant, and least significant, moments of the Obama presidency.
As if to highlight the problem that is driving support for Donald Trump, protestors at a Trump rally in Southern California Thursday night destroyed a police car, went topless, and beat up Trump supporters.
Even for the Obama administration, this one is deeply rich.
State Department spokesman John Kirby Monday said to an astonished Matt Lee of the Associated Press that the administration has not been saying there would be “no boots on the ground” in places like Syria in Iraq.
This after President Obama announced Monday that 250 special operations troops would be hitting the ground in Syria during the next several weeks.
Maybe they will not be wearing boots. Maybe Obama is having them don ballet slippers as part of the restricted rules of engagement.
Lee: For months and months and months, the mantra from the president and everyone else in the administration has been, “No boots on the ground,” and now —
Kirby: No, that is not true.
Kirby: It’s just not true, Matt.
Lee: It is. It’s true!
Kirby: No it’s not. I just flatly, absolutely disagree with you.
At another point, Kirby claimed, “There was never this, ‘No boots on the ground.’ I don’t know where this keeps coming from.” Well. It keeps coming from here:
Here is Sen. Ted Cruz’s new spooky ad taking on Donald Trump for supporting allowing transgenders to use the bathroom they choose. What do you think? Is this an effective ad? Is this issue going to hurt Trump? Continue Reading