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IOWA Reuters #Trump 41.5% ! #IOWACAUCUS #CAUCUSFORTRUMP @realdonaldtrump

January 29, 2016

  • Donald Trump41.5%
  • Ted Cruz12.7%
  • Ben Carson10.9%
  • Marco Rubio10.0%
  • Jeb Bush7.4%
  • Wouldn’t vote5.1%
  • Rand Paul3.2%
  • John Kasich2.9%

Friday, January 29, 2016

#Trump 61.5% "Thank You America!" @realdonaldtrump #Trump2016 #VoteTrump2016


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Good morning America! Thank you for all of your support in the latest Drudge poll! I will always be tough for America, and will never let you down! Together we will ALL MAKE AMERICA SAFE AND GREAT AGAIN!
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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Trump #FOX Partially OWNED By SAUDI #TERROR Fund of Prince Al-Waleed !!! #Trump2016 #TeamTrump

@Realdonaldtrump #FOX ShareHolders of #FOXDEBATE Advertisers ! #Trump #Trump2016

Trump rewrites the Rules as Political Losers Ignore Reality ! #Trump2016 @RealdonaldTrump #Trump

The Withdrawal of Donald J. Trump from FOX's highly over-advertised Debates has the Political World and aware Americans once again talking about TRUMP!

When one considers how many times this has been repeated over the last 6 months it is reasonable to question the cognitive ability, if not SANITY of these rulings of pundits and analysts. (heavy drug users exhibit the same behavior)

HOW LONG will it take them to LEARN?

Donald J. Trump is not just PLAYING by his OWN RULES, he is RE-WRITING the RULES of Presidential Politics.

Ignoring reality,the MSM, that INCLUDES the once FAIR and BALANCED FOXNEWS insists on parading out PUNDITS like Karl Rove, Mitt Romney and John McCain - expecting American to Forget that THESE GUYS ARE LOSERS!!!

Donald J. Trump is NO LOSER and he is NOT PLAYING  by the Same OLD RULES that were used by these BIG TIME LOSERS!

TRUMP is writing his OWN RULES.


  • Trump is WINNING and doing so by IGNORING THE LOSERS

  • Trump will soon be PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP !!!

So Forget the Losers, at FOX, the MSM and the Pundits:

#VOTETRUMP2016 !!!

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Trump taps the right’s anger against Fox #Trump #Trump2016 #TeamTrump

Trump taps the right’s anger against Fox
DES MOINES, Iowa (CNN) – For nearly two decades, Republican presidential candidates have run with Fox News. Now, Donald Trump is betting that he can run against it.
Trump’s six-month war with host Megyn Kelly, which turned nuclear when he pledged to skip the Fox News debate that she is co-moderating on Thursday, has exposed a significant shift in the political-media landscape: The growing divide between ultraconservatives and Roger Ailes’ Manhattan-based network.
Trump’s attacks on the network — like those he’s made on Mexicans, Muslims, Sen. John McCain, and others — are no random acts of emotion, conservative pundits and campaign strategists told CNN. Instead, they indicate calculated tactical moves designed to stoke support among a conservative base that no longer worships Fox News as it once did.
In 2016, that conservative base is coming to believe that Fox News is more in line with the increasingly despised Republican establishment than with the ultraconservatives who support insurgent candidates like Trump and Ted Cruz.
“Most of my audience has a bipolar feeling about Fox News,” Steve Deace, the conservative Iowa radio host who is backing Ted Cruz, said during an interview with CNN. “They view it as the most reliable place to go for news coverage, but they have grown increasingly untrusting of it when it comes to analysis.”
For Deace, Trump’s supporters are ultimately “desperate people” who “will latch onto megalomaniacs who claim to have all the answers.” But as a proxy for conservative sentiment in Iowa and beyond, Deace is also well aware of his constituency’s dissatisfaction with the cable news network.
“I saw this beginning in 2008, I saw a lot more of it in 2012, I see even more of it now,” Deace continued. “Their feeling is that most of the Bush establishment people they put on there — from Brit Hume to [Charles] Krauthammer to Karl Rove — have been in the tank all along for anybody other than Trump and Cruz.”
Fox News declined to comment for this story. Despite its reputation as a right-wing media network, it has long endured attacks from those who believe it is not conservative enough, although now that fault-line is being exposed in a dramatic way.
Hard-right conservatives still have a few heroes on Fox News, including Sean Hannity and Eric Bolling. But for many, the familiar stable of contributors is starkly at odds with their worldview.
Hume has suggested that Trump’s star will fade because he is a former Democrat. Krauthammer has questioned Trump’s temperament and political philosophy. Rove has said that Trump’s nomination will cost the GOP the White House. George Will, whom Trump has sparred with publicly, went even further and stated that Trump’s nomination would bring about the end of the party.
Many conservatives also don’t find the prime-time hosts other than Hannity to be sufficiently to the right. Bill O’Reilly has avoided the conservative label and been one of Trump’s toughest interviewers, while journalists like Kelly and Greta Van Susteren have eschewed any partisan loyalty and covered the Republican candidates through a skeptical lens.
That rift has enabled Trump to wage war against the very network that has historically been one of the most influential players in the Republican primary contest.
For any other candidate, taking on the Fox News juggernaut would amount to political suicide. But not so for Trump, a reality television star and international celebrity who commands record audiences, regardless of what network he appears on.
While Fox News may be the cable news ratings leader, that is only a relative victory: The network’s most popular shows still average fewer than 3 million viewers each night, the vast majority of whom are over the age of 65.
“Fox has a few million viewers over 65. ‘The Apprentice’ had four to five times that audience,” John Podhoretz, the editor of Commentary magazine and a columnist for The New York Post, explained, referring to Trump’s former NBC reality show.
“Fox kills everybody in the cable news ratings, but their primetime viewership is like 4 percent of the people who voted in the 2012 election. The average O’Reilly viewer is, like, 70,” said Deace. “The average Iowa caucus goer is not the average Fox viewer.”
Further evidence of the split could be seen in the hours after Trump’s announcement, when hardline conservative pundits rallied behind Trump — not Fox News.
On Twitter, Ann Coulter encouraged Ben Carson to “skip the boring debate and do the wounded warriors event with Trump!”
Rush Limbaugh, the king of talk radio, praised Trump’s decision and accused Fox News of “acting as if they had been jilted at the altar.”
Limbaugh then lumped Fox News in with the rest of “the media” — a loaded term that carries negative connotations in conservative circles.
“The media run this game,” Limbaugh said. “The media in their minds and the way everybody plays the game, you have to go through the media to get where you want to go if you are in politics. You have to, and you have to bite your lip along the way. And if you don’t, then you have made a perpetual enemy of people, as goes the saying, who by ink by the barrel.”
For his part, Trump insists the reason he is boycotting the Fox News debate is Kelly and the last straw — what he viewed as an insulting press release about him issued by the network.
“I don’t like her. She doesn’t treat me fairly. I’m not a big fan of hers at all,” Trump said earlier this week. The next day, he posted an Instagram video in which he declared: “Megyn Kelly’s really biased against me. She knows that, I know that, everybody knows that.”T
Fox issued a statement saying in part about Trump, “We can’t give in to terrorizations of any of our employees.”
And on Wednesday night, Trump tweeted a one-two punch: “It was the childishly written & taunting PR statement by Fox that made me not do the debate, more so than lightweight reporter, @megynkelly.”

TRUMP Fox, Google Pick 1994 Illegal Immigrant To Ask Question In Iowa GOP Debate #Trump @realdonaldtrump #Trump2016

A 1994 illegal immigrant has been picked by Google and Fox to deliver a question to the GOP 2016 candidates in Thursday’s Iowa debate.

The choice was likely intended to hit Donald Trump, whose proposed immigration reform is opposed by many company executives, including executives in Google and Fox. But any question on immigration will also hit the other GOP candidates, who are trying to balance the competing demands of business donors for more wage-cutting legal and illegal immigration, versus the voters’ overwhelming demand for increased wages and salaries.
The questioner, Dulce Candy, is a young, well-spoken, attractive and successful Latino who provides advice about make-up to young women on YouTube in exchange for payments from advertisers.
In a 2013 video, she says she was born in Mexico but crossed the U.S.-Mexican border — through a river and over a fence —with her mother and siblings in 1994, when she was six. Her father was an agricultural laborer working for Californian companies.
“We jumped fences… there was a guy helping us out, and we were just staring at the fence… some random guys trying help us cross the border, but we also crossed a river in the middle of the night…. some guy would carry us on his shoulder to the other side,” she said.
Her video did not explain if, or how, Candy won residency and citizenship.
She did join the U.S. Army in 2006, and served for 15 months in Iraq as a mechanic and driver.
The 2013 revelation that Candy came into the country illegally spurred some criticism among her peers. “It’s not fair that they all get to break the law repetitively for free whileAmericans get punished when we commit crimes,” according to a comment from Kimberly West, a commenter on LipstickAlley.com.
Jackie Cavanagh, a spokeswoman for YouTube at MPRM Communications in Los Angeles, did not respond to an email from Breitbart. However, on Tuesday, a person told Breitbart that the “YouTube creators were selected in collaboration with Fox based on things such as audience size and their ability to bring a new, fresh perspective to the most important issues of our time. Fox informed the party/candidates of the format.”
Allison Moore, a press secretary for the RNC, told Breitbart that “We had nothing to do” with the choice of another YouTube questioner for the same debate. But neither she, nor Irena Briganti, a spokeswoman for Fox, responded when asked about the selection of the 1994 illegal immigrant. 
The choice of a Latino illegal-immigrant questioner was made by Google and Fox, whose top executives support increased white-collar and blue-collar migration into the United States.
In March 2015, for example, Google chairman Eric Schmidt told an audience in Washington D.C. that the U.S. government should import more customers to offset the slow growth of the population in the United States.
In Japan, the population is expected to drop from 120 million to 80 million, Schmidt said. “Most stock markets assume modest [population] growth… so how are you over a couple of decades to deal with the fact that one third of your customers [in Japan] are going to go away? Well, one [way] is produce more customers through immigration,” he said.
Each year, roughly 4 million young Americans begin looking for jobs. But the federal government also imports roughly 1 million legal immigrants, plus roughly 700,000 temporary white-collar and blue-collar non-agricultural workers, and it does little to stop new illegal migrants, or to repatriate the resident population of roughly 11 million illegal migrants. The extra annual inflow of labor has helped keep Americans’ income flat for many years.
The value of immigrants’ spending-power to companies is greatly boosted by welfare-payments from American taxpayers. Thus large-scale immigration reduces Americans’ income and increases their taxes, while also increasing companies’ profits and stock-values.
Schmidt did acknowledge two other alternatives to mass-immigration into the United States, saying his future business-problem can be fixed by “more children… [or] you can export” to foreign customers. But “I’m one of these people who think we are better off having more immigration than less,” he said.
Schmidt, a close advisor to President Barack Obama, did not address immigration’s impact on federal welfare-spending or on Americans’ wages or on American politics.
Schmidt also called for a greater inflow of foreign-graduates into U.S. workplaces via the controversial H-1B visa program. In private, ”everyone [in Washington] actually agrees there ought to be more H-1Bs… everyone agrees, in both parties,” he declared. Currently,roughly 650,000 H-1B foreign professionals are holding jobs in the United States, and are competing down wages for Americans’ white-collar professionals. 
The owner of Fox News, Rupert Murdoch, also wants more immigrants to serve as customers and lower-wage workers, especially for white-collar jobs where American professionals can still earn a good living. In a June 2014 article in the Wall Street Journal, Murdoch called for an unlimited inflow of foreign professionals.
We need to do away with the cap on H-1B visas, which is arbitrary and results in U.S. companies struggling to find the high-skill workers they need to continue growing. We already know that most of the applications for these visas are for computer programmers and engineers, where there is a shortage of qualified American candidates.
In contrast, Trump has said migrants should be sent home, and he has also called for a reform of the H-1B program that would reduce the inflow of foreign graduates by forcing companies to pay a higher-wage to foreign workers.
Raising the prevailing wage paid to H-1Bs will force companies to give these coveted entry-level jobs to the existing domestic pool of unemployed native and immigrant workers in the U.S., instead of flying in cheaper workers from overseas. This will improve the number of black, Hispanic and female workers in Silicon Valley who have been passed over in favor of the H-1B program.
One of the other YouTube personalities picked by Fox and Google is an Islamic advocate.
The pro-Islam advocate, Nebela Noor, used a video to argue that Donald Trump, a New York real-estate developer, is in agreement with Adolf Hitler, the national-socialist dictator of Germany who started World World 2, and killed roughly 50 million people, including 6 million Jews and roughly 25 million Russians. Read more about Noor here.

How Donald Trump Beat Roger Ailes at His Own Game @realdonaldtrump #Trump #Trump2016

Did Fox News expect anything less from Donald Trump?
After the network taunted the GOP frontrunner for two days leading up to Thursday’s Fox News GOP presidential debate, Trump finally decided to skip the debate on Tuesday evening, setting off another chaotic media firestorm that will make him the centerpiece of every story from here to the Iowa Caucuses on Monday.
By pushing Trump over the edge in what the network may now clearly view as a miscalculation, Fox News may have inadvertently done Trump a favor while doing itself a huge disservice.
When Trump and Fox News began sparring over Megyn Kelly’s objectiveness at the beginning of the week, Fox News boss Roger Ailes may have figured that the combativeness would create more controversy, which would lead to even bigger ratings for Thursday’s debate.
Since the Republican National Committee cut ties with National Review as a debate partner after National Review published its anti-Trump issue, Trump felt that Fox News should have replaced Kelly with a more objective moderator, especially after Kelly helpedNational Review Editor Rich Lowry gin up the magazine’s “Against Trump” manifesto last week.
“Sooner or later Donald Trump, even if he’s president, is going to have to learn that he doesn’t get to pick the journalists—we’re very surprised he’s willing to show that much fear about being questioned by Megyn Kelly,” Fox News said in a Monday statement.
After Trump polled his Instagram followers on Tuesday about whether he should participate in the Fox News debate (Trump asked: “Megyn Kelly is really biased against me. She knows that, I know that, everybody knows that. Do you really think she could be fair at a debate?”), Fox News inexplicably upped the ante by mocking and taunting Trump in an unprecedented statement to left-leaning Mediaite:
We learned from a secret back channel that the Ayatollah and Putin both intend to treat Donald Trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president — a nefarious source tells us that Trump has his own secret plan to replace the Cabinet with his Twitter followers to see if he should even go to those meetings.
Perhaps Ailes wanted to get an over-the-top response from Trump so the network could hype the Kelly v. Trump clash like Vince McMahon promotes Wrestlemania. Controversy does indeed create cash—and ratings. But even veteran CNN journalist John King said he had never seen a media organization—let alone one that claims to be “fair and balanced”—issue such a statement, which inexplicably turned the process for choosing the country’s next president into a joke.
Fox News’s taunt was the last straw for Trump, who decided soon after that he was done playing Ailes’s games after the “wise-guy press release.” After reading it, Trump said, “I said, ‘bye, bye.’”
After blasting “lightweight” Kelly as a “third-rate” journalist at an Iowa event, Trump said that his decision to skip the Fox News debate was “pretty close to irrevocable.”
“Fox is playing games,” Trump said. “They can’t toy with me like they toy with everybody else. Let them have the debate. Let’s see how they do with the ratings.”
Soon after Trump’s Tuesday evening Iowa event, Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski told the Washington Post that Trump is “definitely not participating in the Fox News debate. His word is his bond.”
Game over.
Instead, Trump will hold a town hall event to raise money for Wounded Warriors while his rivals debate for three tedious hours. Fox News’s advertisers may even want some of their money back.
Ailes may really want to “save the country” from Trump, but his taunting press release, which was reportedly 100% his, may have unintentionally done Trump many favors while backfiring big time on Fox News if Trump keeps his word and skips the debate.
First, Fox News’s childish press release from left field proved to Trump that the network had no intention of being impartial, and it gave him the perfect excuse to skip a debate from which he did not have much to gain. Frontrunners with huge leads routinely avoid giving their upstart challengers debates because there is not much to gain and everything to lose. Now, Trump won’t have to go through Fox News’s anti-Trump gauntlet while fending off seven challengers bent on dethroning him. It also allows Trump to separate himself from his crowded field of challengers.
Second, unlike other GOP candidates, Trump has never needed Fox News. Because of his unmatched celebrity and near-universal name recognition, Trump has been able to go over the heads of the mainstream media cable and network news networks in an unprecedented way this election cycle, getting his message—and criticisms of other candidates—directly to voters. And as the frontrunner heading into Iowa, he doesn’t need a Fox News debate to close the deal with his supporters.
But Fox News needs Trump for ratings. Already, Ailes has reportedly been desperately trying to reach out to Trump, who has reportedly told Fox News that he will only field calls from Rupert Murdoch. Fox News will probably now have to make major concessions to get Trump to participate in the debate.
The one downside of skipping the debate for Trump is that he may leave himself open to three hours of attacks without being able to defend himself in real time. But Trump could easily display his mastery of social media and Tweet his counterattacks. Or better yet, Trump could go on rival networks the next morning and have comebacks ready for everything that was said about him the night before. By saturating the media the morning after the debate, when final impressions about what happened the night before are congealed, Trump could have the last word on every issue/criticism/candidate in the crucial few days before Iowans vote since Trump will be the story regardless of what happens at the debate. Nobody, after all, knows the “orchestra pit theory of politics” better than Ailes. And Trump’s media appearances on Friday morning will bigfoot anything that happened the night before.
Thursday’s debate will not be as compelling without Trump and may resemble a glorified undercard debate. It will lack drama and, hence, ratings.  John Kasich will continue to appeal to liberals. Jeb Bush’s new haircut, posture, and gestures will not convince viewers he has more energy. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will try his best to be relevant by attacking the gobbledygook spoken by the Senators. The moderators will probably ignore Dr. Ben Carson again. And Sens. 
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
, and 
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
 will drone on like Senators and viewers will think at times that they are watching C-SPAN.
By skipping the debate, Trump will only reinforce his strengths among his supporters. Trump has drawn new voters into the political process and rocketed to the top of nearly every poll because blue-collar Americans think he will be their “jackass” who will stick up for the country and their interests against Washington’s permanent political class and the global elite that have colluded to screw them over. By giving Fox News the proverbial middle finger, Trump reinforces his anti-establishment/outsider bonafides.
Trump’s potential absence from the debate, though, presents some dangers for Fox News’s brand.
Conservative voters felt that Fox News had a finger on the scale for establishment GOP candidate Mitt Romney during the 2012 election cycle. And after the network hired CNN retreads and endlessly promoted centrist Kelly after the 2012 election, many of the network’s core viewers unenthusiastically watched Fox News because it was the least offensive news outlet on television. Kelly’s giggling “love-fest” with Michael Moore on Tuesday evening did the network no favors with heartland viewers that Rush Limbaughsaid do not think Fox News is the “conservative network that it used to be.”
The network’s treatment of Trump has indeed only reinforced the suspicions many Fox News viewers have had about the network’s move toward the center. When Fox News and Kelly tried to take out Trump’s knees in the first debate by painting him as a sexist with a misleading and loaded question that accused Trump of referring to women as “pigs,” “dogs,” “disgusting animals” and saying that it was a “pretty picture” to see a “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant “on her knees,” the backlash was immediate. A Fox News sourcetold New York magazine that “ in the beginning, virtually 100 percent of the emails were against Megyn Kelly” and Ailes “was not happy” because “Most of the Fox viewers were taking Trump’s side.”
One can only wonder how Fox News viewers will react after the network taunted and mocked the GOP presidential frontrunner and compelled him to walk away from the last debate before the Iowa caucuses.