What Trump Left On The Table

Last night Donald Trump missed several key opportunities to hammer Hillaroid.  Newt Gingrich seems to think this may have been a deliberate strategy and overall a good thing, but I disagree.

The very first question from Lester Holt, which began with the statement about “eight consecutive years of job growth”, was left unchallenged. Trump could have pointed to the recent Harvard study that presents, in eight charts, the true nature of the Obama “recovery”. He could have mentioned that the unemployment number drops as labor force participation shrinks. But he did neither.

When Hillaroid began lecturing us on her plans to improve national cybersecurity, Trump could have said “this, coming from a woman who kept government secrets on an unsecured server in a bathroom”. But he did not.

Near the end Hillaroid spoke of a Latina beauty pageant contestant that Trump insulted, and said, “Mr. Trump, she will be voting”. Trump could have shot back, “and so will Mrs. Tyrone Woods”. But he did not.

During the debate much was said about the conditions African-Americans experience in America’s inner cities. Trump rightly called for a law’n’order approach to ghetto crime, but not once did he point out the main reason we have so much ghetto crime in the first place: Sixty years of failed democrat policies, starting at the top with LBJ’s “Great Society” right down to democrat mayors and city councils. That’s an example of trickle-down that doesn’t work, and Trump msaid not word one about it.

What I believe might be lacking in Donald Trump is the ability to think quickly under pressure. I don’t argue with his skills as a negotiator, but a presidential debate with a lying and vicious progressive is not just a negotiation: It is a battle. And every opportunity to administer a blow should be taken.

It’s very clear to me that Donald Trump is running against Washington, and not just against the democrat regime.  One hopes that the undecideds will realize this, and see that Hillaroid represents all that is bad in DeeCee on both sides of the aisle.


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9 Responses to What Trump Left On The Table

  1. clyde says:

    Good assessment. We shall see if he can nail the crone next time.

  2. Uriel says:

    Trump in a post said he went easy last night. Maybe to figure out his place? But will be hard hitting now. We shall see. He should have already posted some tax info on his web site then he wouldn’t have been smacked on that.

  3. Just Gene says:

    You must remember that there were three people in the debate last night – Donald Trump, the Republican debater – Hillary Clinton, the Democratic debater and Lester Holt, the masterbater !!!!!!!

    • Uriel says:

      All debates will be moderated by a single individual and will run from 9:00-10:30 p.m. Eastern Time without commercial breaks. As always, the moderators alone will select the questions to be asked, which are not known to the CPD or to the candidates. The moderators will have the ability both to extend the segments and to ensure that the candidates have equal speaking time. While the focus will properly be on the candidates, the moderator will regulate the conversation so that thoughtful and substantive exchanges occur. The CPD is in discussion with technology and civic groups that will provide data to the moderators to assist them in identifying the subjects that are most important to the public.

      Except in this case apparently Hilde wangled a copy of questions Beforehand. Nothing new there cheating is second only to lying for her.

      • Blessed B. says:

        I think she had an earwig…..she doesn’t need to know the answers or what to say….she has many who find the answer to a question and it is relayed to her. Trump should ask just before the next debate if her earwig is working…does she need to test it out to see cuz he doesn’t want her showing her temperament abilities on the person behind the blue screen again.

        Perhaps he should also walk around behind her…when she asks what he’s doing…he can answer that he wanted to see how high her little pedestal behind the podium was cuz he didn’t want her to heat up like she did at the 9/11 ceremonies and take a fall off her pedestal. Bumping her head would not be in her best interest. He’s showing concern for her fragile state of health.

        A little psychological warfare wouldn’t hurt him to try out.

    • myfoxmystere says:

      Good one Just Gene! Holt is a Charging RINO!

  4. Hardnox says:

    Good post. I replied to a Trump email asking for input and opinion early this morning. I imagine the next debate will be different.