No, not exactly, despite what CNN and The Hill reported last night. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer challenged Donald Trump in an interview yesterday about Trump’s claim that he would attract many of Bernie Sanders’ supporters in a general election by focusing on the minimum-wage hike promised by both Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
It has begun. Hillary ordered the media to start going after Trump today, and Wold Blitzer is the first one to oblige. He cut Trump off right when he was explaining that messing around with the minimum wage too much hinders competitiveness. He did it later when Trump correctly pointed out Hillary’s campaign was the first to float the Obama birth certificate story too. CNN cut from the interview to Blitzer saying Hillary never made that claim. Her campaign was the original source.
“I think he would be terrific on the Supreme Court, or I think he would be a terrific attorney general. Or he could be both,” Carson said. “He could be attorney general first, you know, go ahead and prosecute Hillary, and then go on the Supreme Court.”
On June 19, 2015, Ann Coulter called it … sort of … but mostly.
“I apologize. Forgiveness is one of the greatest qualities that human beings have, is the quality of a compassionate leader. You have to be humble. You have to be compassionate. You have to love thy neighbor,” Fox explained to Breitbart News while sitting in the hotel of the J.W. Marriott in Santa Monica, California on Wednesday afternoon.
Publicly, John McCain insists Donald Trump will have a negligible effect on his campaign for reelection. But behind closed doors at a fundraiser in Arizona last month, the Republican senator and two-time presidential hopeful offered a far more dire assessment to his supporters.
“It was like an open orchid on the Internet,” Marcel Lehel Lazar, who uses the devilish handle Guccifer, told NBC News in an exclusive interview from a prison in Bucharest. “There were hundreds of folders.”