Update 10 Oct: Trump makes a comeback with a strong performance in last night’s debate with Clinton.
The leak of Trump’s comments about women by Clinton supporters appears to have been the Clinton “ace” and Trump has now weathered the storm. While the America media and feminists are making a big thing about the nine year old Trump comments, most people realize that it was just very common “locker room” bragging not taken seriously by anyone.
“As someone who considers herself an opinionated and strong woman, I must say that the attacks against Donald Trump are petty and pathetic. If we look at any man’s conversations with other men in a moment of folly and amusement – we will hear things that are a lot worse from men, be they simple men or dignitaries.” May Golan, organizer of the upcoming ‘Jews Vote Trump’ rally in Tel-Aviv, calls the attacks on Trump simple “pettiness”.
It appears that Trump now has an excellent chance of becoming the next American president.
Trump’s declared policies:
- Destroying the Islamic State
- Overthrowing Assad
- Withdrawing from NATO and Europe, and
- Arming Europe and others to do their own security
Trump’s policies are a clear recipe for setting up the New Europe, and Trump would be the ideal man to declare a State of Emergency and rule by dictate during the tribulation.
WikiLeaks on Friday published a database of 2,060 documents it claims are emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta. Labeled Part I of the Podesta emails, this batch focuses on Podesta’s “communications relating to nuclear energy, and media handling over donations to the Clinton Foundation from mining and nuclear interests.”
Donald Trump and others have accused Clinton of linking the Clinton State Department’s 2010 approval of a gradual Russian takeover of the US company Uranium One to $145 million in donations to the Clinton Foundation.
The first 2,050 of more than 50,000 emails from Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta were released Friday night by WikiLeaks, as promised by its founder Julius Assange last week. They appeared very shortly after the damaging media disclosures of Donald Trump’s 2005 lewd remarks about women.
The WikiLeaks mails contain what seem to be excerpts from paid speeches delivered by Hillary Clinton to various Wall Street firms, flagging the problematic bits to avoid mentioning in public.
One excerpt touches on backroom dealings, an issue that has dogged her campaign against Trump. In an email dated Jan. 25, 2016, Clinton research director Tony Clark sent a message to Podesta in which he highlighted “a lot of policy positions that we should give an extra scrub.”
The passages recommended for deletion cover Clinton’s potential weaknesses as a candidate, such as those highlighting her close ties with Wall Street; her championing of pro-trade trade positions; and her questionable State Department email practices, including the security concerns raised by her use of a Blackberry and private server.
This release could give Clinton headaches on both her left and right wings ahead of Sunday’s second presidential debate with Donald Trump.
Clinton was broadsided by this exposure after earlier this weekend, Clinton criticized Trump when a video of him making crass comments about women was released. The video dated from 2005, but Clinton said, “This is horrific. We cannot allow this man to become president.”
A growing number of top Republican politicians are now calling for nominee Donald Trump to exit the presidential race Saturday, with many urging running mate Mike Pence to take his place. McCain has now withdrawn his support starting a virtual stampede of Republican leaders away from Trump.
Trump says there is no way he will quit, but Clinton has her health as a good excuse if she decides to bow out, with many more revelations still coming. Wikileaks plans to release material in increments up to election day.
Will one or both of these people make way for a dark horse candidate which the people will rush to support out of revulsion at this degrading soap opera?
One document included excerpts from speeches Hillary Clinton gave to Goldman Sachs and other organizations, in which she said:
“My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, some time in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere.
In one speech for the National Multi-Housing Council in April 2013, Clinton admitted to having two positions on policy issues: a private position and a public position.
She explained, “You just have to sort of figure out how to — getting back to that word, ‘balance’ — how to balance the public and the private efforts that are necessary to be successful, politically, and that’s not just a comment about today. It is unsavory, and it has always been that way, but we usually end up where we need to be. But if everybody’s watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position.”