He’s not the crazy one, it’s all of you whose minds are in the gutter to think he was implying Megyn Kelly was having her period. Just keep talking, asshole.
He’s a smart person, so who could possibly believe this clown with verbal diarrhea would say something stupid? Besides, he cherishes women.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump on Sunday fired back after intense criticism over comments he made about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, saying he said “nothing wrong.”
“I cherish women,” Trump told host Jake Tapper on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“I said nothing wrong what whatsoever,” he said. “Do you think I would make a stupid statement like that? You almost have to be sick to put that together.”
“I am going to do things for women that no other candidate can do,” Trump added.
The outspoken billionaire charged on Sunday that his opponents for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination are using his feud with Kelly as a way of discrediting him.
It’s over for Trump, he just doesn’t know it yet, and neither do his supporters.
The true Trump apologists are way too far in now. They’ve invested too much to bail on him. So his defenders will become increasingly desperate to convince people that this is all part of the establishment’s failure to understand their anger and the media’s failure to appreciate Trump’s appeal.
That’s backwards. It’s not that the media have failed to give Trump enough credit; we’ve given his supporters too much. We assumed that at some point they’d embarrassed to be associated with him: If not his slander of Mexican immigrants, then perhaps his mockery of POWs; if not his kindergarten Twitter insults, then perhaps his sad and compulsive boasting; if not his incomprehensible answers to substantive questions at the debate, then maybe, finally, his juvenile and misogynistic put-down of the female moderator
Those who still remain Trump supporters seem to be beyond shame. It doesn’t matter that they’re angry about the incompetence in Washington. Turning to Trump to solve the problems in Washington is like turning to an ape to fix a broken refrigerator. It’s embarrassing, but rather than embarrassment, the Trump followers will feel more anger and their pose will shift from self-righteousness to victimhood. And many of them will dig in further.
They’re this cycles Ron Paulbots.