We must recruit more candidates who come from minority communities.
“I like that he’s not politically correct”, said Michelle Letner, a 48-year-old commercial cleaner from Medina, Ohio, who donated $225 to Team Trump.
“This is absolutely for real“. The demonstrative governor went over and hugged her. Asked later about his answer, she replied: “What answer?” It makes ideal sense, as we observed, for him to keep the conversation just between him and Trump.
More than 60 percent of respondents said they preferred a candidate from outside of government who can bring a new approach to Washington over someone with government experience who knows how to get things done.
His strong personality, rooted in a successful career outside politics, is key to Trump’s appeal. He expresses his own brand of compassionate conservatism with a more benign and personable manner, against his background as the son of a mailman and grandson of a coal miner. Business Insider attended the focus group. “He doesn’t change and apologize”.
“I’d get him a McDonald’s hamburger and I’d say we gotta get down to work, because you can’t continue to devalue (the Chinese currency)”, Trump said Monday night on Fox News. For now Trump leads big.
Mr. Kasich, showing uncommon heart along with fealty to party economic principles, has not yet uttered the words “compassionate conservative”, a mantra of George W. Bush’s first presidential campaign. “I didn’t like it”, she said. He has been trying to recover ever since, insisting he had misunderstood the questions about the invasion and that “I am my own man”.
And although she is the Democratic frontrunner, Hillary Clinton’s overall numbers are not much better than Trump’s.
“Europe’s economy is in trouble”, she said. “I don’t want any strings attached”.
O’Reilly used his airtime with Trump to repeatedly insist that there must be “a better way” to handle illegal immigration other than implementing mass deportation. In recent weeks, Trump has called for tougher rules on immigration. It’s goal was to grant full citizenship and rights to newly emancipated slaves, clarifying that, “persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside”. And certainly the little sound bites in the so-called “debates” are not likely to tell the voters much.
When we are this far away from the official start of the primary election season, we can usually just say, “It’s still early days”.
Virginia Republican Party Chairman John Whitbeck said the prospect of adding the pledge, which will be decided by the state party’s central committee at a meeting on September 19, had nothing to do with Trump.
Trump doesn’t seem to feel that way, though, which is why Planned Parenthood singled him out for praise.
They are completely up for grabs if Trump does not make it to the Republican nomination. “The way that he attacks women is going to be a death blow to the future of our party”, Graham said during the CNN interview.
Among Republicans, Trump has 24 percent, Ben Carson 13 percent, Marco Rubio 10 percent. Of no interest: social issues.
Graham also defended fellow candidate Jeb Bush, who has come under fire for saying that the term “anchor babies” mostly applied to “Asian people coming into our country, having children”.