Monthly Archives: November 2015

Ann Coulter:’Donald Trump was elected president tonight!’

215-1Ann Hart Coulter is an American conservative social and political commentator, writer, syndicated columnist, and lawyer. She frequently appears on television, radio, and as a speaker at public and private events.

Ann Coulter took to Twitter on Friday night to respond to the Paris terror attacks, saying that “Donald Trump was elected president tonight.”

Carly Fiorina:’Anyone can turn a multi-million dollar inheritance into more money, but all the money in the world won’t make you as smart as Ben Carson!’

214Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina fired back at Donald Trump on Thursday, after the billionaire real estate mogul likened Ben Carson’s “pathological” temper as a young man to the mental issues of a child molester.
 
“Donald, sorry, I've got to interrupt again,” Fiorina wrote on her Facebook page, referencing a moment from Tuesday’s presidential debate in which Trump chastised the former Hewlett-Packard executive for interjecting.
“You would know something about pathological,” she continued. “How was that meeting with Putin? Or Wharton? Or your self funded campaign? Anyone can turn a multi-million dollar inheritance into more money, but all the money in the world won't make you as smart as Ben Carson.”
 

Donald Trump: Currency manipulation ‘the worst of China’s sins’

213-1Donald Trump said late Monday that China’s currency manipulation is unacceptable because of its harmful effects on the U.S. economy.

“The American people need to be told the truth about our ‘partner’ China,” he wrote in an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal.


The Paper says:’With Donald J. Trump as president, China will be on notice that America is back in the global leadership business and that their days of currency manipulation and cheating are over!’

212-1Donald Trump on Tuesday released a policy paper detailing how he would fight back against the "financial blackmail" of China if elected president.

In the paper, the Republican presidential candidate listed four steps for taking on China's "communist dictatorship," with a heavy emphasis on getting America a better deal.

Donald Trump:’Katrina is a great addition to our team as we continue to expand throughout the country!’

212GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has signed former Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) supporter and Tea Party activist Katrina Pierson as his new national spokeswoman, the campaign announced Monday afternoon.

"Katrina is a great addition to our team as we continue to expand throughout the country," Trump said in a statement about the Dallas/Fort Worth-area Tea Party activist. 

Donald Trump leads new Fox poll!

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Donald Trump ranks first in the last poll determining the lineup of the GOP’s next main stage presidential debate.

The real estate mogul, with 26 percent support, has a 3-point lead over former neurosurgeon Ben Carson, according to the Fox News survey.

Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas) and Marco Rubio (Fla.) are tied for third place, with 11 percent each.
Former Govs. Jeb Bush (Fla.) and Mike Huckabee (Ark.) take 4 percent apiece, as do Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) and Gov. John Kasich (Ohio). Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina then takes 3 percent, and Gov. Chris Christie (N.J.) rounds out the GOP’s top 10 with 2 percent.

Donald Trump:’We need strong people. We need the Tom Brady of negotiators!’

210-1Donald Trump on Monday invoked New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady to suggest himself as the best Republican presidential candidate on the international stage. 
 
"We need very strong people, because our country is being taken away like candy from a baby," Trump said in an interview on Fox Sports 1's "The Herd" with host Colin Cowherd.

"We need strong people. We need the Tom Brady of negotiators," Trump continued on the program, mentioning trade deals and the recently negotiated deal over Iran's nuclear program.
 
The celebrity real estate tycoon has long cast himself as a tough negotiator, suggesting his business skills could translate well into White House responsibilities.

Chris Christie

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Christopher James "Chris" Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th Governor of New Jersey. He has been governor since January 2010 and was re-elected for a second term in the 2013 election.
Born in Newark in 1962, Christie volunteered for the gubernatorial campaign of Republican Thomas Kean when he was fifteen years old. A 1984 graduate of the University of Delaware, Christie earned a J.D. at Seton Hall University School of Law. Christie joined a Cranford, New Jersey, law firm in 1987, rose to become a partner in 1993, and continued practicing until 2002. He was elected county legislator in Morris County, serving from 1995 to 1998. By 2002, Christie had campaigned for Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush; the latter appointed him as United States Attorney for New Jersey, a position he held from 2002 to 2008.
In January 2009, Christie declared his candidacy for Governor of New Jersey. He won the Republican primary, and defeated incumbent Governor Jon Corzine in the election that November. In 2013, he won re-election as Governor,

Donald Trump: ‘The current code is crazy!’

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Though Donald Trump devotes an entire chapter of his just-published book “Crippled America” to his tax proposal, it remains difficult to see how it will have a detrimental effect on the Republican presidential candidate's bottom line—as he has often claimed while pitching the plan in speeches and media appearances.
"I will probably end up paying more money," he told CNN in late September, "but at the same I think the economy will do better, so I’ll make it up that way."
In the book, which will be released Tuesday but which Bloomberg Politics obtained at a Washington, D.C. bookstore last week, Trump says his plan is to simplify the U.S. tax code so it no longer takes too much money from people who need it most, while letting others use loopholes to reduce their burden.
"The current code is crazy."
Donald Trump
"The proposed policies will allow the middle class to keep most of their deductions while eliminating many of the deductions for the very rich," Trump writes.
Nonetheless, his plan would help top earners when it comes to wages. It sets the top income tax rate at 25 percent, compared to the current 39.6 percent. But there are breaks

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