Websites are devoted to collecting Bushisms, so how long before we get a collection of Trumpisms? Rob Garver has a start.
Trump called in to CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday morning to speak with host Jake Tapper. Much of the appearance was, in fact, more of a Trumpian soliloquy, which appears to be his favorite form of expression, than an interview. However, when Tapper was eventually able to interrupt him and press for some policy specifics, the cracks in Trump’s façade quickly became evident.
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We’re going to get the bad ones out. We have some really bad dudes who are here in this country and we’re getting them out. We’re sending them back where they came from.
What about the 11-million already here?
The bad ones are going to get out. Then from that point on, we’re going to look very, very strongly at what we do. And I’m going to formulate a plan that I think people are going to be happy with. But we’re going to look very, very strongly at what we do.
And the many millions who are not ‘the bad ones?’
We’re going to see what we’re going to see,” Trump finally said. “It’s a very hard thing from a moral standpoint, from a physical standpoint, you don’t get them out. At least 11 million people – I’ve heard the number’s much higher…
“We’re going to take the high ground. We’re going to do what’s right. Some are going to have to go and some – Hey, we’re just going to see what happens. It’s a very, very big subject and a very complicated subject.