Although be believes Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump “like a drum,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) (R-S.C.) blasted Fox News for its queries of Trump during Thursday’s GOP presidential debate.
He lambasted debate moderators Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly, and Chris Wallace for their treatment of Trump, saying, “At the end of the day, ask the man a question that explains his position and his solutions rather than a ten-minute question that describes him as the biggest bastard on the planet.”
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Graham bemoaned the lack of discussion of substantive issues, asserting, “Do you really understand our position on immigration after this debate?”
Graham said bluntly, “Hillary Clinton would beat trump like a drum. I don’t think so; I know so.”
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Last month, Graham destroyed his cell phone after Trump read the phone number aloud on national TV, then later appeared on ABC’s This Week and said, “I would ask the Republican Party why most major companies are firing Mr. Trump, and I don’t think we should hire him. I’m not taking on voters, I am taking on an idea that I think he’s appealing to the dark side of American politics.
He is not offering solutions to hard, complicated problems.
He is basically selling fear and prejudice.”
SDR thinks that this is nothing less than what other candidates do on a daily basis with Obama.
There should not be difference between you can throw mud on one but not on another.
All the Republicans do now is to show how little or at all they have been in contact between
each others doing the preparations on the most important election this millennium.
If Trump doesn't know the lines its because the Republicans did not brief him enough on how they
stand on matters officially.....
To tell the truth the world beyond US don't know if Obamas evil antisemitic views and actions are worse that the ignorance of many Republicans who say US don't need friends but followers.
To any European or African or Asian no matter who wins know´s we are in for a so called s-storm no matter where the wind blows from.
Lets hope and pray that the Republican find a candidate who uses educated advisers rather than some tear smearing patriot words to cover up total and utter ignorance about the world surrounding US.