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Live Stream || Trump Indiana Victory Speech

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  2. This seems appropriate. Here is an important video from as black female Trump executive who knows the family well. It is excellent. Please watch it all the way through — midway when she talks of the fear of violence against the family really does bring it home.

    It was referenced elsewhere but the link went to TGP — comments there can be “spicy” at best. But at least take a look at the Donald Trump this woman knows.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/05/trump-family-trump-employees-point-view-video-whether-like-trump-not-gotta-see/

    1. I loved this video! I saw it earlier today on Facebook and shared it from You Tube.

      It is definitely one that is important to watch, as she is speaking her own words in her own voice.

  3. It was a great speech. Perfect. His gracious comments about Senator Cruz were excellent. Also loved his mention of Dr Ben Carson (that is who we are hoping he picks as his running mate, they seem to like each other and are on the same wavelength).

    Mr Trump showed his softer side when he talked about the American people loving each other and caring for each other as one nation. Looking forward to reading the transcript!

    1. Thanks Tina. I finally got to see it. Trump did right by Cruz for sure.

      Its’ weird. Clearing the field and with a Sanders win over Clinton, it feels like the country is on the move. Not stuck in the oppressive bog of Obama and the liberals.

      Saw a thing at WAPO about Obama and the country’s “first ever” monument to homosexual person whose name and gender I cannot recall. Anyway, what came to mind is Thank God. President “First Ever” is on the way out. And we can say to President First Ever, Whatever! Interestingly comments were closed.

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