Skip to comments.CNN WOLF BLITZER AND DONALD TRUMP ON HILLARY CLINTON (Trump loves HillaryCare)
Posted on 03/27/2011 10:44:09 PM PDT by reasonisfaith
Trump's anti-Bush, pro-Hillary comments on video. He also speaks well of Obama.
At minute 3:50 Trump says how much he likes Hillarycare.
At 4:35 is where Trump starts gushing about Obama. Im pretty sure this is what I was remembering recently on another thread, when I caught flak for saying Trump isnt what he pretends to be.
Trump favors Hillarycare ping
Im pretty sure this is what I was remembering recently on another thread, when I caught flak for saying Trump isnt what he pretends to be.
Your memory is good and you’re right about Trump. Trump is a skunk and he’s going to get another Rat elected in 2012.
Do you know what the pay difference would be for him?
The President makes less than a half of million dollars a year. I doubt Trump would accept that.
Let him have his fun. Somebody needs to be talking about Obama's birth certificate. Might as well be Trump.
With Michelle Bacchman climbing as fast as she is in the polls right now, I would imagine Trump will lose ground just as Palin has started to take dip since her support for this war that even the Sec of Def Robert Gates hints was a mistake.
Trump's in this for the attention. Hey, if he knocks Obama down a few levels I say good for him!
High net worthers often have alterior motives...
I’m skeptical of anyone with the word casino on their resume.
It’s fun to listen to Trump get a charged up about government lunacy, then again millions of Americans can do that today.
But the next President, Lord willing, will be a) a lot more socially conservative and b) thinking “broad and deep” about the whole picture and be able to balance any particular ties to special interests that they have with the need for them to understand key issues in areas where they have little or no knowledge and come up with optimal answers. If electing a businessman, I would expect Cain to exhibit more of this sort of wisdom than Trump.
Take a look at the date above too. September 25, 2007
It's kinda old. Trump has seen the light; he doesn't "speak well" about Obama now.
If Trump is so sharp and has such a keen grasp of the business world I wonder why he never knew about Obama’s eligibility problems until now.
How could it be that such a highly successful businessman goes on national television saying what a great success Obama is, and then has to turn around four years later to question Obama’s basic identification papers? Why is Trump so highly praised yet so inept?
I’d like to hear Rush hold Trump accountable on this, especially Trump’s praise for Hillarycare.
He is such a front runner....he is Andy Sullivan straight
Sadly, it might be that the only one with the cojones to hold Trump accountable would be somebody like Palin.
this video should pretty much end the Trump boomlet.
Seems obvious to me that the Left is going to use, dig up and plaster every liberal thing Trump ever said far and wide in a failing attempt to discredit him. The hope seems to be that conservatives and other people who would hear/listen to what he has to say will then discount his comments RE: the birth certificate.
Trump is Arnie’s twin.
No, you have it backwards.
Trump is a businessman with no moral grounding, which means Trump himself is essentially a leftist. He doesn’t care about the birth certificate for the reasons normal Americans would care about it.
When Trump was praising Obama and saying how great Hillarycare is, I and many others were posting day and night on this website about Obama’s birth certificate.
Trump has something else up his sleeve. That’s just who he is.
Don’t get me wrong (shoulda made it clearer) I agree that he’s a lib in disguise and I am not saying you are a Lefty. I apologize if that’s the way I came off.
My point is that the left will try to cloud the issue of the BC with his Lib statements/leanings.
And no, I wouldn’t vote for him.
If it's during the primaries that's a good thing. That will keep them busy from attacking the other real candidates.
The more people running in the primary the better. Debates make people smarter, gets them some practice for the real debate with Obama himself.
I think it's a good thing for primary candidates to share their policies. I believe everybody has at least one good idea that someone like Michelle Bacchman, Newt Gingrich or Sarah Palin could borrow when they end up as the nominee. I'm sure Trump has many good ideas for business. Yeah, people say he's gone bankrupt before well... so are we...maybe he knows better how we can recover. So, let him tell his ideas. We all can learn something from everybody.
He claims he's been a republican all his life but I thought I remembered that man running for Governor or Mayor as a democrat at one time.
That would be a good video to find (if true)
No problem my friend.
It seems to me that Trump might be trying to pull a Perot for Hillary.
I don’t have data to back it up but if memory serves, he has claimed several political ‘homes’ ovet the years. Like I said, from memory, and I may well be wrong.
On a side note, he used to be the darling of the Rap/Hip Hop world, and they (insert broad, sweeping generalization here) sure don’t like Republicans. FWIW
Grrrrr....”ovet’ = over
And another one down, another one down, another one bites the dust!
“The sooner he goes away the better.”
If he decides to run, he does a have a little cash to throw around. He would probably go all in for it, spending mega millions. That’s how he does things.
Hilary is a marxist, Trump is a fool to lick her ass.
Trump has a good grasp on marketing. He’s not so good on business having driven numerous businesses into the ground.
“Your memory is good and youre right about Trump. Trump is a skunk and hes going to get another Rat elected in 2012.”
Trump is not running for President. Trump cares about two things in life, Money and Trump. There is no wat he is going to pull 100 million out of his personal account to run for office.
But.. Trump does want something and that is access. In the NWO housing, office buildings and other structures are going to change hands. Trump wants a piece of the action.
I don't trust Trump as far as I can throw him with both my arms broke.
I have zero doubt Trump's bringing up Zippo’s eligibility issue to help Hillary get in the WH.
In my opinion, Trump is a globalist right up there with Soros and the Left’s other anti-constitutional, anti-National border billionaires.
I like his talk about competing with China and his sudden concern about the constitution’s presidential qualification issues, but I think he’s out to split and defeat the tea party for his party - the international globalists.
The guy’s ego is just massive. The conceit that he could get elected president is mind-blowing. He is amusing though. But there are so many listed as would-be Repuke nominees who should be running for the Demovik nom. Trump, Christie, Romney...
Good to see Freepers not falling for this Trump-is-a-conservative nonsense.
To an extent I agree with you. On the other hand, what do you give the man who already has everything? Why, the one thing he doesn’t already have, of course. Whether he sees the presidency as little more than a trophy or not, I don’t see any reason why he shouldn’t crave it even if it does mean a pay cut.
He’s bored. And probably really curious why Obama refuses to show his birth certificate. It’s unlikely he would go all the way. I think he will drop out at some point. In the meantime he’s helping the republicans more than he’s hurting them. He focuses on one issue (an issue I do NOT take lightly) which allows us to focus on the other issues: drilling, jobs, war with Libya... and the long list goes on
You might want to get more current.
I will check it out, but I can’t see how he could explain away his support for Hillarycare or for John Kerry.
Trump always supported Reagan. He still does.
Trump hates Bush. Always has. Like Perot before him and McCain in 2000 - they have a thing about all things Bush.
I have reasons I like Bush(s) and I have reasons I dislike Bush(s) too -- both of them. On this 30th anniversary of the attempt on Reagan's life, I'll admit that on this day 30 years ago I thought "Bush I" might have had something to do with it. I knew his history and I didn't trust him. I like "W" to the degree I did and do because he wasn't/isn't like his dad.
What I can say about Trump: He opposes abortion and gay marriage -- not all Bushes do. He believes in having the military patroling the Mexican border -- Bush never did. Neither does McCain. Trump wants to stick it to China and re-assert American sovereignty and monetary soundness.
In some ways Trump out Reagan's Reagan. Reagan legalized abortion in CA when he was a (R) governor. He regretted it, because it gave cover for what became Roe v. Wade. So what if Trump finds Bush less inspiring than either Kerry or Hillary. OK so what. He was wrong back then. So was Reagan at one point.
People change. Trump appears to have as well.
Reagan sounded different in 1956 than he sounded in 1960.
I'll give Trump a chance at this point because I like what I see and hear.
It's usually like that with politicians one chooses to vote for.
Some of the most effective conservatives are those who at one point were Democrats.
(c. 19871999; 2009present)
Reform Party (1999-2000) 
(Democrat 2000-2009, Hillary supporter)
Was Donald Trump toying with the idea of a presidential run as far back as 2009?
Thats when New York City Board of Elections filings show The Donald switched his party affiliation from Democrat to Republican.
Trump officially joins Reform Party
October 25, 1999
Sure, I suppose it’s possible Trump could be changing, at age 64, from someone who supports the biggest kind of big government to someone who is sort of like a tea party activist.
But what about the part where Trump, having just announced he might run for president, suddenly shows interest in a topic once talked about only by the most intensely anti-Obama tea party types?
Donald Trump can do one thing very well—spot a growing market. That’s what this is, bank on it.
There once was a guy named Saul on his way to Damascus who...
If you watched O'Reilly's 2nd installment with Trump and listened to what he had to say about what he'd do in Iraq (pay ourselves back for getting rid of Saddam by grabbing $1.5T in oil) and what he'd do to China (25% tarrif) we may understand better why Trump thinks Bush was a President deserving of criticism.
And he's right.