Donald Trump didn’t use his press conference to lay out his vision for America. Instead, a demented Trump trotted out Trump water, Trump steaks, and Trump magazine to show that Romney was wrong about his companies going out of business.
Trump said “He talked about the water company. Well, we sell water. We have water, and it’s a very successful, you know, it’s a private little water company, and I supply the water for all my places, and it’s good. It’s very good. We have steaks. Where are the steaks? We have Trump steaks. He said the steak company and we have Trump steaks…We have Trump magazine. He said Trump magazine is out. I said it is. I thought I read one two days ago…and the airline by the way, I sold the airline.”
Donald Trump then whined about the media not reporting the truth about Trump University, and that he has people that want to get back into Trump University. The “press conference” was a deranged event where most of the event was spent on Trump discussing his wealth and how great he is, but he had nothing to offer regarding policy.
Trump did promise that if he is elected president, he will make the country say Merry Christmas again. Of course, the country never stopped saying Merry Christmas, but Donald Trump gets his information from Fox News, so he believes that the war on Christmas is real.
The “billionaire” whined that the Republicans were spending millions of dollars to take him down. He also accused Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Karl Rove of illegally coordinating with super PACs.
After 20 minutes plus of deranged rambling where Trump promised things that have already happened like bringing the auto industry back, and that he will win states that he owns property in because property ownership means that he loves the state, he finally took a few questions.
Donald Trump might be clinically insane, and Republican voters are on the verge of making him their presidential nominee.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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