Trump’s second debate – Not going to hold back !

In Trump's second debate

Donald Trump should have been a boxer!

by Beverley Russell – Op-ed senior journalist Trumpville Report

With these topics coming out before and during the next debate, Trump is sure to score a K.O… For all those who say Trump didn’t hit hard enough in the first presidential debate, hold on to your seats for Trump’s second debate, its gonna be 1-2-3- Knockout! Donald Trump Opens New Line of Attack on Hillary Clinton, Her Marriage.

Donald J. Trump on Friday in the Oval Office replica at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Mich…

Donald J. Trump unleashed a slashing new attack on Hillary Clinton over Bill Clinton’s sexual indiscretions, as he sought to put the Clintons’ relationship at the center of his political argument against her before their next debate.

Mr. Trump, aiming to unnerve Clinton, even indicated that he was rethinking his statement at their last debate that he would “absolutely” support her if she won in November, saying “We’re going to have to see. We’re going to see what happens. We’re going to have to see.”

Speaking by phone from a campaign swing in Michigan, he said that he was “absolutely disgusted” that Mrs. Clinton had allied herself politically with a Miss Universe winner, Alicia Machado.

Mr. Trump said that Mrs. Clinton, who has portrayed Ms. Machado as a victim of Mr. Trump’s cruel insults, had “made this young lady into a girl scout when she was the exact opposite.” He asserted, that Ms. Machado had once participated in a sex tape, and had been suspected in a murder investigation.

Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, argued that Mrs. Clinton’s support for Ms. Machado was part of a pattern by the Democrat of treating women to suit her own political ends and raised Mrs. Clinton’s criticism of women who had been involved with her husband’s, such as Monica Lewinsky and Gennifer Flowers.

During Trump’s second debate, he said he was bringing up Mr. Clinton’s infidelities because he thought they would repulse female voters and turn them away from the Clintons, and because he was eager to unsettle Mrs. Clinton in their next two debates and on the campaign trail.

“She’s nasty, but I can be nastier than she ever can be,” Mr. Trump said.

“Hillary Clinton was married to the single greatest abuser of women in the history of politics,” he added about Mr. Clinton. “Hillary was an enabler, and she attacked the women who Bill Clinton mistreated afterward. I think it’s a serious problem for them, and it’s something that I’m considering talking about more in the near future.”

Mr. Clinton had numerous indiscretions that “brought shame onto the presidency, and Hillary Clinton was there defending him all along.”

When you think of the fact that he was impeached, the country was in turmoil, turmoil, absolute turmoil. He lied about Monica Lewinsky and paid a massive penalty.” Impeachment!

In Trump’s second debate, Mr. Trump will also make certain to bring out, Mrs. Clinton’s failed issues that he wanted to discuss, like her ties to wealthy donors to the Clinton Foundation and the attacks on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.

Mr. Trump is being advised by several people connected to efforts in the late 1990s to reveal Mr. Clinton’s affair with Ms. Lewinsky and to the subsequent impeachment battle.

David Bossie, Mr. Trump’s deputy campaign manager, is the president of the conservative group Citizens United and worked as an investigator who searched Arkansas for evidence of Mr. Clinton’s personal misdeeds during the 1992 presidential campaign.

Mr. Trump’s advisers have suggested focusing on accusations that Mrs. Clinton tried to discredit women who said they had been harassed by Mr. Clinton. Chief among those suggesting this approach is Roger Stone, the longest-serving Trump adviser, who wrote a book called “The Clintons’ War on Women,” laying out accusations from Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey, who have accused Mr. Clinton of sexual assault.

In Trump’s second debate

On Trump’s second debate during the interview Friday afternoon, Mr. Trump said he would begin preparing as soon as this weekend for the next debate, on Oct. 9, and would be discussing ways to attack Mrs. Clinton on policy issues like trade and national security, as well as to unnerve her with possible targets like her husband’s past.

Mr. Trump said he did not think he needed to prepare more rigorously for the next debate than he did for the first one, because of any shortcomings on Monday, he argued, were because of a problem with the microphone at his lectern, which he “spent 50 percent of my thought process” dealing with. The Commission on Presidential Debates, which sponsors the events, confirmed on Friday that there were “issues” with Mr. Trump’s audio.

Looking broadly at the race, Mr. Trump said he was pleased that he was running close to Mrs. Clinton in many polls and expressed optimism that he would prevail in Ohio and Florida and ultimately take the presidency.

“I have the issues on my side,” he said.

In a rally October 1st, Donald Trump says his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton should be in prison.

The Republican presidential contender has long accused his Democratic opponent of corruption. But he seemed to go a step further Saturday night at a rally in Manheim, Pennsylvania.

He also questioned her physical stamina and her mental health and said she has contempt for Americans.

Trump supporters often chant, “Lock her up!” during his events. But Trump himself has avoided such language in the past.

Donald Trump is also questioning the integrity of the nation’s voting system.

The Republican presidential nominee warned his supporters to keep a close eye on polling places after they vote next month, especially in “certain areas.”

A department official told The Associated Press on Friday that hackers have targeted the voter registration systems of more than 20 states in recent months.

He said, “We can’t lose an election because of, you know what I’m talking about.” He added: “A lot of bad things happen. I don’t want to lose for that reason.”

The head of the Homeland Security Department says hackers have made their way into state election systems “in a few cases.”

Trump has repeatedly suggested that only election fraud could stop him from becoming president.

In response to Hillary’s description of Sanders supporters, Donald Trump is unveiling a new strategy to attract Bernie Sanders’ supporters.

The Republican nominee on Saturday night, highlighted a leaked audio recording of Hillary Clinton from a private fundraiser in February when she was still running against Sanders in the Democratic primary. In the recording, Clinton says many young people who support Sanders are living in their parents’ basements, unsatisfied with their education and jobs.

In prepared remarks released by Trump’s campaign ahead of a Saturday night rally in Pennsylvania, Trump says, “Hillary Clinton thinks Bernie supporters are hopeless and ignorant basement dwellers.”

The Trump campaign hopes it can attract a significant number of Sanders’ Democratic supporters who are unhappy with Clinton as their nominee.

In a leaked recording from a February fundraiser, Hillary Clinton expressed empathy for young voters who sided with her then-primary opponent, Bernie Sanders.

The hacked recording of Clinton at the fundraiser in Virginia was published by the Washington Free Beacon. During the event, Clinton said that many young people are “children of the Great Recession. And they are living in their parents’ basement. They feel that they got their education and the jobs that are available to them are not at all what they envisioned for themselves.”

Clinton added that for people who don’t see any economic opportunities, being part of a political revolution is “pretty appealing.” Suggesting Sanders supporters are basement dwellers.

If Trump sticks to these plans of attack, Hillary will be like a deer caught in headlights. He definitely needs to slam home the importance of Hillary’s treatment of women, and her husband, Bill Clinton’s Impeachment, over lying to Americans under oath, about his sexual indiscretions.

Trump can and will take the Whitehouse November 8th, 2016! But we Must be vigilant, we Must not let America be cheated out of a President Trump, that can and will Make America Great Again!


by Beverley Russell – Op-ed senior journalist Trumpville Report

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