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It seems to be driving Trump absolutely insane?

A flurry of tweets from him overnight...





...ummm...Hillary did what? I don't recall any 'angel' reference? Just pointing out Trump treats women (like her) as dirt doesn't mean she's perfect.



GOP candidate for President of the USA, ladies and gents! The person you go for leads on sex tapes to check out!
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His constituents, donors, and endorsers must be so proud. shake
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There's the old Trump that we know and love.

I imagine Conway and the other campaign workers must be furious right about now. I can only imagine how hard it has been to keep him under wraps the last few weeks.
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Has anyone watched that sex tape? I wonder if it is worth my time to go find it. Will watching it sway my opinion on which candidate I should vote for?
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I'm a bit surprised at how BADLY he's reacted to that. I mean, even for Trump.

If all Hillary has to do is trot out examples of some woman he's treated badly, and he melts down when anyone questions his perspective on the situation...

...good gods, it's game over for him. I mean, that's gotta be a list that just...wow...
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So Trump was up at 4am, more evidence of cocaine use?
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XanderF wrote:
I'm a bit surprised at how BADLY he's reacted to that. I mean, even for Trump.

If all Hillary has to do is trot out examples of some woman he's treated badly, and he melts down when anyone questions his perspective on the situation...

...good gods, it's game over for him. I mean, that's gotta be a list that just...wow...

She probably has binders full of other examples...whistle
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So Trump was up at 4am, more evidence of cocaine use?

Maybe he just wakes up early.
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sfox wrote:
Has anyone watched that sex tape? I wonder if it is worth my time to go find it. Will watching it sway my opinion on which candidate I should vote for?


From the article I linked in the OP:

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While Machado has starred in risqué reality TV programs and posed nude for the Mexican version of Playboy magazine, the Daily Beast and other outlets that investigated the claim found no evidence that she has starred in any pornographic films and that the clips posted online actually feature another woman.

In addition to the 1998 attempted murder case, in which Machado was investigated but never charged over allegations she served as a getaway driver for her then boyfriend, the former Miss Universe was accused by the judge overseeing the case of making threatening phone calls to him. Machado denied the allegations, which were never pursued.

And while Trump suggested that Clinton may have helped Machado earn her U.S. citizenship in order to use the beauty queen in attacks against him, the former Miss Universe told Cosmopolitan Magazine this week that she became a citizen in August specifically so she could vote against Trump. But U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the agency in charge of the naturalization process, is part of the Department of Homeland Security, not the State Department.

Clinton also left the State Department in 2013, leaving her without any official capacity to assist Machado, although it is possible that she held some influence even after stepping down as former cabinet secretary.


Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/09/trump-alicia-machado-c...
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...so, basically, there isn't any evidence that any of Trump's allegations are true.

But even if they were...it doesn't matter, as Hillary wasn't making any comment on the quality of Alicia Machado's character or virtue, anyway. Merely pointing out 'Trump can't help himself treating women badly, here is example A'.
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His constituents, donors, and endorsers must be so proud. shake


But Hilarry !!!!!!
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what's the over-under on him losing his shit with one of the question-asking public at the town hall debate because he feels disrespected

I'm thinking even, at best
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I think that a man who brags about having affairs saying a woman is disgusting for having an affair is quite stupid.

I'm pleased that he's doing worse than I figured he would do!
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So when in doubt, slut shame? OK, so he doesn't want women voter. Check.
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trump: it's ok that I was mean and nasty to her because later on she did some bad stuff
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MWChapel wrote:
So when in doubt, slut shame? OK, so he doesn't want women voter. Check.
The saddest part is that many women will still vote for him shake
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His constituents, donors, and endorsers must be so proud. shake
How about their "Manson Family Values"? "Addams"? "Munsters"? \robot/ ~*DANGER FREED*-will robbing us some!"
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Funny how admitted adulterer and husband of a nude model is all of a sudden Mr. Judgmental and slut shaming someone. Wow, this guy.
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Wow, 16 replies in to a Trump thread and none of the usual suspects have popped in to say "Hillary's worse!"

This may be a record.
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MWChapel wrote:
So when in doubt, slut shame? OK, so he doesn't want women voter. Check.
The saddest part is that many women will still vote for him shake
TINY 'manhands' make 'raisins' seem as Y-U-G-E 'prunes'.!.
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Of course it's Hillary's fault:

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Just hours after Donald Trump declared that he and his campaign represented the “bright and clean” future of American politics, he sent out a tweet urging voters to “check out” a non-existent sex tape of former Miss Universe Alicia Machado.

Appearing on MSNBC to talk about this newest controversy, Trump-supporting Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge sat down for an interview with host Stephanie Ruhle, who grilled her about why on Earth Trump thought it was appropriate to tell America to “check out sex tape” with just 38 days to go before the election.

Rutledge decided to come clean and place the blame for this where it really belongs — on Hillary Clinton.

“It’s unfortunate that this issue was raised by Secretary Clinton during Monday night’s debate,” she said. “She’s the one that jumped off in the ditch, bringing back comments from the ’90s. So it’s unfortunate that it turned to that, rather than turning to jobs and the economy and national security.”

Ruhle wasn’t having any of this line of argument, however.

“OK, that was Monday, this story was dying down,” Ruhle said of the Machado affair. “Donald Trump told America — told the millions of people following him on Twitter, our children who in their own schools have their own little elections — [to] look at a sex tape. And it wasn’t just Alicia Machado: Monday night he doubled down and said, ‘The views on Rosie O’Donnell, they’re universal.’ He’s been saying this for years.”

Rutledge responded by repeating the exact same talking point she delivered in her first response.

“Well, again, Secretary Clinton is the one who jumped off in this ditch, and it was not Donald Trump,” she repeated. “We have seen, for the past several months, that he has been focused on talking about jobs and the economy, bringing back jobs to the inner cities.”

Ruhle still wouldn’t let it go and pointed out that it was Trump himself who went on Twitter at 5 a.m. this morning and told everyone, without being prompted, to check out a sex tape. She then asked Ruteledge whether she thought this was a good strategy for him.

Rutledge paused for about three seconds and looked visibly uncomfortable.

“Well, I am a fan of tweeting during waking hours of most folks,” she said. “So I’m not up tweeting at 3 a.m. generally, so I don’t know if that’s great advice, but perhaps there are people who are interested in other issues at 3 a.m.”

She then said that Trump’s actions paled in comparison to how Hillary Clinton treated women who had affairs with her husband back in the ’90s.
 
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This is what he should have lead with:
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/09/30/trump-camp-return...

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Meanwhile, Trump's campaign seems poised to openly discuss not only Bill Clinton’s sex scandals but Hillary Clinton’s alleged treatment of his accusers...
“If you look at her being an enabler, really, in the ‘90s and really attacking these women, it goes against everything that she now tries to spout as a candidate for president,” David Bossie, Trump’s deputy campaign manager, said on the same program.

Such comments are part of a new game plan. According to a talking points memo reported by CNN and NBC News, the campaign is urging surrogates to discuss how Hillary Clinton “bullied” women tied to her husband’s controversies.

“Hillary Clinton bullied and smeared women like Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers and Monica Lewinsky,
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What kind of a lunatic would he have to be to go after her on the infidelity thing?
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Well, it just so happens that all you liberal shitheads don't know real masculinity when you see it.

This is all the art of master persuasion. Sending out tweetstorms in the middle of the night about a private citizen who has wronged your toddler ego -- that's somewhere between rebuilding an engine block and smoking your own steaks in the Great Pantheon of Sheer Manliness.

There's also the NEXT STEP of Master Persuasion, where Trump calls Hillary a raging bitch on stage in response to a question about the estate tax. Or whines about the moderator or the mic again. That's testosterone as FUCK
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This is what he should have lead with:
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/09/30/trump-camp-return...

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Meanwhile, Trump's campaign seems poised to openly discuss not only Bill Clinton’s sex scandals but Hillary Clinton’s alleged treatment of his accusers...
“If you look at her being an enabler, really, in the ‘90s and really attacking these women, it goes against everything that she now tries to spout as a candidate for president,” David Bossie, Trump’s deputy campaign manager, said on the same program.

Such comments are part of a new game plan. According to a talking points memo reported by CNN and NBC News, the campaign is urging surrogates to discuss how Hillary Clinton “bullied” women tied to her husband’s controversies.

“Hillary Clinton bullied and smeared women like Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers and Monica Lewinsky,


EVERYBODY DRINK
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I'm not sure the infidelity angle is going to be a winner for Trump.
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