On Wednesday of last week, I had an hour-long interview with Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks television network. It is the leading left wing news and interview show on the web.
It was the most extraordinary interview I have ever had.
Eileen and I are pleased to announce that our new book, Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary, is on the New York Times Bestseller list for its ninth week.
This election is not just being fought out between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on the national stage. It is a civil war being fought at every breakfast or dinner table, PTA meetings, bowling clubs, Rotaries, poker games, bridge clubs and every social gathering. One Democrat in five is not voting for Clinton. One Republican in five is not voting for Trump. Others are wavering on each side.
First 2016 Presidential Debate Moments That Could Have Been Better
In general, Trump was not good on his counter-punching and let too many opportunities to seize the offensive go by.
In the first segment on jobs, when Hillary compared Trump getting a loan from his father with her own father’s manual work, Donald should have shot back “I earn my money every day in the private sector. You have lived off the taxpayers for 30 years.”
Dick Morris will appear, we gather extensively, on FRONTLINE’s acclaimed election-year series, “The Choice 2016” on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. CST on PBS and online. One never knows how much of the two hours of interviewing they will run, but have a look. It should be fun!
From veteran FRONTLINE filmmaker Michael Kirk, “The Choice 2016” will investigate formative moments in Clinton and Trump’s lives through interviews with those who know them best, providing in-depth, trustworthy reporting and powerful new insights at a moment when voters are being bombarded with conflicting partisan stories about each candidate.
As President Obama prepares to veto legislation giving the families of 9/11 victims the right to sue Saudi Arabia for its complicity in the terror attacks, a prominent and devoted Clinton loyalist, Joe Conason, reveals in his new book that Bill Clinton worked to rehab the Saudi’s damaged image several years after the attack.
As we point out in our book Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary, there is a fundamental flaw in Hillary’s campaign approach and the debate coming up on Monday, September 26th should make it evident.
Hillary and the Democrats have based their campaign on demonizing Donald, calling him dangerous, unpredictable, racist, Islamophobic, demagogic, sexist, lacking in temperament and judgment, bombastic, jingoistic and a litany of other names. His supporters belong in a “basket of deplorables.” It is a campaign conducted by a speechwriter with a well-thumbed thesaurus.
Donald Trump is right: It was the Hillary Clinton campaign that spread the rumor in 2008 that Obama was not born in America and, therefore, might not be eligible to serve as President.
Hillary sent out her Chief Goon to take care of this high-priority matter.
It was Sidney Blumenthal who spread the rumor.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s leaked emails clearly show that he doesn’t like or trust Hillary Clinton any more than we do.
Not at all. And he pulls no punches.
Powell is saying what we’re all thinking.
Hillary’s health now gives Donald Trump a second chance to make a good first impression — something as rare in politics as it is in life. Already polling is suggesting that Trump is surging in the wake of her collapse at the 9/11 ceremony. The New York Times/CBS has the race even among all voters and gives Trump a two point lead among likely voters. Rasmussen has The Donald two ahead. Reuters has it tied. LA Times/USC gives Trump a six point lead.
Animating the data is a sense that she may be far sicker than she is letting on. Check out this video by a Parkinson’s doctor correlating her episodes of fainting etc. with the more serious illness. Click here to view video.
Hillary would not have left the 9/11 ceremony unless she absolutely had to. She has always made 9/11 her signature issue and, amid concerns about her health, she would not have left unless she had no alternative.
As she got into her car, she appeared to faint, losing a shoe as she was virtually carried into the car.