A lawsuit, filed on behalf of illegal immigrants, could change “fair housing” laws. And could change private property laws.
RUSH: I am fully aware of this because of personal experience with it -- the effort to change Trump is going to be intense from within his own campaign. It'll be well intentioned, but it'll be wrong... The biggest mistake Trump could make would be to take any of that advice. The biggest mistake Trump could make would be to listen to anybody who tells him it's time to change.
RUSH: We have all of these #NeverTrump people out there claiming to be afraid of Trump 'cause he's gonna be a dictator. And here is Hillary Clinton promising to be one from day one and through the first 100 days.
RUSH: My point is there's Obama out there saying all these world leaders are very, very worried, they're very, very rattled over Trump's policies, don't seem to be well thought through. Well, where the hell are we with Obama anyway? Who's out there celebrating? What in the world has happened to improve America's lot, America's position in the world? Are we now less involved? Are we now more vulnerable? You can go through the list if you wanted to. But, on the contrary, I actually think that it's about time foreign leaders are a little rattled and maybe a little unsure what we might do, because I guarantee you under Obama and the United Nations we are seen as a blank check.
RUSH: Let me define "real woman." I'm talking about the non-feminist, the non-victim-feeling woman. Just a woman happy with herself, happy being a woman, wants to be in a relationship. You know, what we've always thought of as women. Not activist, not angry, not... I mean, look. You know what I mean. I mean, not left-wing activist, feminazi-type women. You know the type of women I'm talking about, don't you? Deep down, no real woman respects any man who can be so easily PC-whipped -- or woman, either -- and whatever else that you might say about Trump, that is something that he isn't.
RUSH: If you're watching this, what you see is nine seconds of her guests having nothing to say. The image conveyed is that she's asked them a question that they can't answer, and she got 'em, she nailed 'em. She asked 'em a question and they don't have the answer, and she's exposed these people as a bunch of dumb idiots. Except it didn't happen.
RUSH: This is serious, serious stuff. 'Cause everybody knows, even though you try to soft sell this and say she broke the rules, where do the rules come from? The rules come from the law. She broke the law, not violated some rules.
RUSH: Stop and think of this. Back last June and July, Hillary Clinton was thought to be on the way to a coronation. Her nomination was a perfunctory, accepted thing. It was automatic. It was gonna happen. Just a matter of the calendar. And Trump was gonna implode and be sent packing in a mass moment of embarrassment. He was going to implode. Well, now Donald Trump has secured the GOP nomination, surpassing the 1,237 delegate threshold, and Mrs. Clinton cannot close the deal against Bernie Sanders.