Should Trump, like Rubio and Carson, have to answer for his past?


#1

Trump has already tweeted on Carsons latest attack story about his violence as a youth and his lie about West Point scholarship to try and take him down a notch. Of course, Trump has never been confused for someone with character, class or integrity so this in itself isn’t a surprise. Some of the stories will be for situations as far back as 50 years ago and Trump who pretends he cares about issues (for which many he is fiercely left-leaning), but really he wants dirty laundry on others. He may find a great deal that sticks to him if he gets what he wants.

Trump might need to answer about his $1 million story, where he glossed over the fact he inherited as much as $400 million. Or, some of the stories told by his former wife that enraged Trump so much he declined to speak to the Fox reporter who spoke to the man who wrote a book about Trump, and who had interviewed his former wife. His personal net worth is also something to be debated. He stated it is $10B, which goes against estimations that put him at $4 Billion. For the record, if Trump had simply placed his $400 Million net worth from 1982 into the S&P 500 and do nothing but ride it, he would have been worth over $8.3 billion today. For doing nothing at all, and he wouldn’t have had others hold the bag when he claimed corporate bankruptcy a record four times…


#2

Trump’s followers used to insist that he never attacked anyone unless he was attacked. I don’t think Carson did anything to deserve this other than become a threat to Trump’s #1 polling which he is so very proud of.


#3

Carson doesn’t play Trumps game, and that’s why people get over Trump and go to Carson.


#4

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[QUOTE=shockedcanadian;746038]Should Trump, like Rubio and Carson, have to answer for his past?
[/quote]Trump has already tweeted on Carsons latest attack story about his violence as a youth and his lie about West Point scholarship to try and take him down a notch. Of course, Trump has never been confused for someone with character, class or integrity so this in itself isn’t a surprise. Some of the stories will be for situations as far back as 50 years ago and Trump who pretends he cares about issues (for which many he is fiercely left-leaning), but really he wants dirty laundry on others. He may find a great deal that sticks to him if he gets what he wants.

Trump might need to answer about his $1 million story, where he glossed over the fact he inherited as much as $400 million. Or, some of the stories told by his former wife that enraged Trump so much he declined to speak to the Fox reporter who spoke to the man who wrote a book about Trump, and who had interviewed his former wife. His personal net worth is also something to be debated. He stated it is $10B, which goes against estimations that put him at $4 Billion. For the record, if Trump had simply placed his $400 Million net worth from 1982 into the S&P 500 and do nothing but ride it, he would have been worth over $8.3 billion today. For doing nothing at all, and he wouldn’t have had others hold the bag when he claimed corporate bankruptcy a record four times…[/QUOTE]Of course he should? Isn’t one of the strongest arguments against Hitlery her total ethical bankruptcy? Let’s bury all the trash, including Trump and Hilary.


#5

Nobody is demanding Hillary answer for the FELONIES she created. Why should they demand Trump answer for the truth? He’s just the best qualified candidate for the office of President. He has more character than all of the rest combined.


#6

Oh boy…Trump is a character he doesn’t have character.


#7

Groupie-talk.


#8

He is more entertaining than the others. He is more honest than the others. And he is more qualified than the others.

(With the possible exception of Senator Cruz.)