Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Trump on a Roll with Hillary

We live in odd times. The Republican candidate now ahead in almost every poll is a living caricature, more brand than man, Donald Trump.

Trump is the Man of Our Times alongside the Woman of Our Times, Hillary. Both represent the full expression of our cynicism toward what has become of our democracy. Neither says anything true or courageous; both simply pander to their respective audiences, making things up when the truth is inconvenient, both self-serving robo-candidates without a zot of public service or self-sacrifice in them.

So when you mix the two candidates up, you get what Americans seem to want most these days, another reality show full of manufactured conflict and faux controversy. Who cares what they say, as long as it is stimulating enough to get us to the next commercial.

And with that, here’s Trump on Hillary, and, because he can’t help himself, on Trump.

Donald Trump, in an interview with NBC News in the atrium of Trump Tower (of course), fired away. For openers, Trump said, Clinton is “weak on immigration. Hillary would let everybody in: killers, criminals, drug-dealers — everybody. If you listen to Hillary, everybody is going to be flowing through the nation. They are sort of now anyway. She is so weak on immigration. We would have a crime wave like you’ve never seen before.”

Anything else to add?

Trump said Clinton’s track record shows that she would be a “terrible president.”

“Hillary Clinton was the worst secretary of state in the history of the United States. There’s never been a secretary of state so bad as Hillary. The world blew up around us. We lost everything, including all relationships. There wasn’t one good thing that came out of that administration, or her being secretary of state.”

Trump was on a roll, adding Clinton does not speak to the media as freely or often as he does because “she has a lot to hide. She gets a subpoena on emails from the United States Congress, and she gets rid of the emails and her server and everything — gone.”

But, finally, what about the man himself?

Trump on Trump: “People love me, and you know what? I’ve been very successful,” he said. “Everybody loves me.”

See you in 2016. Trump, out. For now.