Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Trump Press Conference

I think Trump may be the next president of the United States. I think it's possible.

It was smart to begin with the comment that it's been 235 days since Hillary gave a press conference. Trump, clearly, doesn't fear the press.

The "Big News": As far the alleged espionage comment goes (at 46:50 on the video below), Trump is clearly criticizing the government and the media for allegedly being unable to find her emails, not truly encouraging spying.

That's my interpretation.

Trump repeatedly says that Putin and Russia have little respect for our country and it's completely unacceptable. He comments on the total lack of respect he has for Obama and says it's terrible that Putin used the N-word. Trump is talking tough, hardly encouraging Russia to undermine the U.S. He keeps saying he has nothing to do with Russia, as members of the press continue to question him, acting as if he has some sort of personal hotline to Putin.

TRUMP: Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. Let's see if that happens.
Of course, the Democrats, opportunists, are trying to spin the comment, latching on to that remark and ignoring the rest of what he said.

The media, however, should give the context of Trump's remarks. Ideally, Trump wouldn't have made the snarky comment because it gives his detractors an opportunity to attack him.

Never Trumpkins are doing the same.

Watch the press conference and decide for yourself if Trump is really encouraging Russia to engage in espionage against the U.S.

You can't believe Hillary and her liberal media hacks. You also can't believe those Republicans/conservatives bent on destroying Trump.

Decide for yourself.

The press conference begins at 33:35.

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