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“I have to tell you, I’m getting such entertainment watching this crackup all throughout the Washington establishment.”

“One thing people are gonna have to understand about Trump: He’s not stupid; he’s not a bull in a china shop. You may end up disagreeing with him profoundly. You may not end up not liking him at all. I don’t know. But he’s not dumb, and he’s not ignorant, and it’s not that he doesn’t know what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s doing and is doing it for a reason.”

“It’s like all actors who play roles. They think they become experts in whatever person or situation they’re portraying, and in many cases they don’t know jack.” 

“Isn’t it interesting the Washington Post never published a story about bureaucratic waste at all for eight years under Obama and here we are on the verge of Trump being inaugurated and here comes this massive story of Pentagon waste.” 

“The Republican Party — as we discussed for the past number of years and really intensely during last year’s campaign — became more devoted to its donors (i.e., money) than to its voters and their desires and ideas.” 

“There’s much more to this than meets the eye when it comes to Trump and Boeing. He’s just not out there tweeting for the hell of it. If you put it all together, folks, it makes perfect sense.” 

“Joe Biden announcing he’s gonna run for president in 2020 is considered big news in the Democrat Party?” 

“One thing people are gonna have to understand about Trump: He’s not stupid; he’s not a bull in a china shop. You may end up disagreeing with him profoundly. You may not end up not liking him at all before this is done. I don’t know. But he’s not dumb, and he’s not ignorant, and it’s not that he doesn’t know what he’s doing. He knows exactly what he’s doing and is doing it for a reason.” 

“Donald Trump knows exactly what he’s doing and is doing it for a reason. He’s doing this on purpose. There is an objective to this. The left just can’t help themselves, though. They have to cast this guy.” 

“With this one little 140-character tweet about canceling the order for the new Air Force Ones because Boeing is charging too much, look at what all the backstory is. Boeing in Iran. Boeing in Russia. Boeing with the Clintons. This may not sit well with Trump.” 

“When Al Gore ran for president in 2000, the financial disclosure report that he filed, showed his net worth at $700,000. Today, in 2016, Al Gore’s net worth is over $172 million. Now, he lost the presidency in 2000. What did he do? What has Al Gore done in 16 years to go from $700,000 to $172,000,000? A lot of that money, by the way, is oil money.” 

“Donald Trump watches so much TV, he thinks certain things are popular that aren’t. For example, Morning Joe. They have no viewers. Trump may be the only one. But because he watches, he thinks everybody does. Nobody does. He sees everything on TV. He does not delegate people to watch TV for him.” 

“Trump doesn’t like any of Obama’s trade deals. He doesn’t like much of our foreign policy, and Boeing is in the thick of it. Boeing is right smack dab in the middle of many things. And so this tweet that Trump has put out there today is not just an idle Trump’s gotta say something, he’s bored kind of thing. There’s obviously something very meaningful behind it.” 

“There’s so much hypocrisy on the left, and they never get called on it. They get away with every act of hypocrisy in which they engage.” 

“I think this endless parade of people parading in and out of the Trump Tower, I think a lot of it is just a show. The people involved don’t know it. I mean, everybody being brought in there, they want to be seen, they’re stopping for the cameras, and some of them are walking to the microphones. They want to be seen. They want the news out that they have been summoned to Trump Tower. It’s the red carpet in reverse. He’s rolling out the red carpet. But they’re all making the trek to see him.”

“Salena Zito said that Trump critics make the mistake of not taking him seriously but taking him literally. Trump supporters do take him seriously but not literally. Trump is a provocateur.” 

“Democrats don’t have a bench. They don’t have any presence. You know, they only have the governorship and state legislature in four states. They’ve just been wiped out. And so they are in panic. They are hysterical. They’re unhinged.” 

“Have you noticed all the opinion pieces complimenting Trump on the seriousness of his search? No, I haven’t seen those, either, ’cause there aren’t any.” 

“Trump is literally immersed in enjoyment and joy. He is eating it up. And I think this endless parade of people parading in and out of the Trump Tower, I think a lot of it is just a show. The people involved don’t know it.”      

“There’s always stuff going on behind a Trump tweet or a Trump story that you don’t know. Trump is not a surface individual. There’s more depth to him than anybody wants to acknowledge here.”  

“When Gore shows up, it’s a snowstorm, it’s a blizzard, and, lo and behold, here comes Gore to New York yesterday to try to get a meeting with Ivanka and Trump and warn them that they’re wrong on climate change, and we’re gonna have the biggest blast of cold air swamping the entire country with exception of Florida starting tomorrow.”  

“As with most everything that you see in the Drive-By Media, there’s much, much more to this than meets the eye.”  

“So I just checked the email. ‘Mr. Limbaugh, are you going to go to Trump Tower? Have you been asked to come?’ No. Folks, they only call me when they get in trouble.”

 

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