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Live Stream || White House Briefing – February 29, 2016

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15 thoughts on “Live Stream || White House Briefing – February 29, 2016”

  1. Since no one has commented on the briefing, I will go off topic and say this:
    I watched the news this morning (yes, on Fox although Ainsley is Annoying) and saw the clip of Rubio’s speech. You know – the clip where he speculates on the size of Trumps “hands.” (Wink, Wink)
    He sounded like the play ground bully to me.
    I thought making fun of anyone’s appearance was no longer politically correct?
    Which advisor told you, Mr. Rubio, that that was a good way – an effective and inspiring way – to challenge Mr. Trump? Mr. Rubio – fire him/her immediately!
    You made yourself look small and petty and frankly, ridiculous.
    And then…this afternoon my neighbors tell me they would vote for Rubio. hahahaha We are SO down the rabbit hole.

    1. So Trump is the only one who can comment on appearance. Check. Got it. Personally I think it’s stupid when anyone does it–like all the Christie fat comments…but it seems to be biz as usual now since we can all say anything that happens to jump into our heads without the slightest qualm or shred of decency.

    1. Same here Lee.
      Gonna surf the net as local political ads are nothing but smears.
      Nothing on candidate’s qualifications, just nasty, nasty.
      Of course that’s good old Illinois politics.
      Have a great day, stay safe & take care.

  2. What have we come to when candidates to be the President of the United States are carrying on like a bunch of high school Mean Girls? If you know, tell me.

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