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Andrew Malcolm, who writes at Investor’s Business Daily, posted, “unfiltered, Trump’s remarks from Sunday night at an Alabama rally. No interpretation. No commercial interruptions. No analysis. Just Donald Trump, on the eve of Super Tuesday’s voting, in his very own words. Uncensored.”
“The 69-year-old making the case for why he wants to be president of the United States, commander-in-chief for the next four years. And why other candidates should not become chief executive, or even be allowed to run.
Perhaps reading in his own words how Trump details his positions and policies will help voters evaluate him and other candidates and decide how to vote, this week or later.
Trump takes the stage at a school stadium in Madison:”
This is amazing. Amazing. I could listen to that music all day long, all day long.
Well, I want to thank you. By the way, there’s 3,000 people waiting to get in. Should we start without ‘em? Yes. Yes! That’s amazing. So this is the biggest crowd of the political season by far. We have 30,000 people. 30,000. Amazing. 30,000 people. I just want to thank everybody.
You know, we have a lot of folks in the Huntsville-Madison area, this whole area. Really thriving. You do know that, right? Really thriving. It’s doing well. And you know we’re going to keep that space program going, folks. Gotta keep it going. We’ll be doing a lot cutting. But when it comes to that, I have to tell you, we’re going to be keeping it going.
I want to thank the Benghazi guys, you met ’em, you saw ’em. So incredible. Guts. Courage. They know what happened. Amazing guys. I want to thank Mark and John for being here today. Amazing. Amazing.
The rest is here. Do read the whole thing. Learn about how Mr. Trump plans to deal with our twenty trillion national debt, his plans for dealing with ISIS, with al Qaeda, with the mess in Syria and with the Iran Deal, and Iran’s continuing work on nuclear weapons in spite of the “Deal.” And about the drastic decline in our military readiness, our Navy the size it was in 1915, and the Army the size it was in 1940. Is that adequate to meet the needs of today? And if not, how does he plan to pay for it while also shrinking the debt?
Is he concerned about the Zika virus? What about the felons President Obama has released from prison? What does he plan to do about North Korea and China’s brand new islands in the South China Sea? President Obama has planned to admit large numbers of “Syrian” Refugees, but it is suspected that many of them are actually ISIS fighters, and we have no way to vet them. Attacks on the police are growing because of #Black Lives Matter agitation, how will you handle that? ObamaCare is failing, and insurers are going broke, more and more physicians refuse to deal with ObamaCare patients. It is a program that cannot work, so how do we get government out of the health care business?
Those are just a few of my questions that Mr. Trump did not address in the first 60 minutes of Trump’s full remarks. You undoubtedly have some questions of your own.
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