Trump Will Run for the Presidency

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Notwithstanding the media whores who are dismissing Donald Trump’s bold criticisms of Obama as “publicity stunts,” Ronald Kessler of has an “exclusive” that Trump indeed will run for President of the United States of America.
This is good news for all Americans who simply and plainly just want the truth about the occupant in the White House. For that, we have been mocked and pilloried by the WAM. It’s no longer just the MSM (MainStream Media). It’s worse — they are now the Willing Accomplices of the Media (WAM).


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Kessler writes on April 13, 2011, “Exclusive: Trump to Announce His Run for President“:
If you wonder whether Donald Trump is serious about running for president, tune in to the finale of “The Celebrity Apprentice” on May 15.
Trump plans to say on the NBC show that he will be holding a press conference a few days after the May 15th show. At that press conference in the Trump Tower in New York, Trump will be announcing his candidacy for the presidency.
Even then, many will snicker that it’s all a publicity stunt. But that defies the facts and common sense. Of all the people on the planet, Donald Trump is the last person who needs more publicity. And if he is riding a groundswell of support, why would he—or anyone else—decide not to run?
Since writing the first story in January to report that Trump will definitely run, I have been amazed at how much the idea of a Trump presidency is catching on across the political spectrum. As I wrote in my story, Don’t Underestimate Donald Trump for President, he can be outrageous and boastful. But when it comes to a successful run at the presidency, don’t count him out.
Watching him on TV, you never got a sense until recently that Trump is a conservative. But those who know him best say he has long held hard-core conservative beliefs on fiscal and national security issues. After a recent chat with Trump, Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee and an arch conservative, found him “credible.”
“If I run and if I win, this country will be respected again,” Trump promised to wild applause at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
What motivates Trump is his disgust with President Obama, whom he considers a “disaster.” Instead of using euphemisms to describe terrorists, as the Obama administration has done, “I would go after terrorists like nobody in history,” Trump tells me.
Hungry for a change from politicians who speak out of both sides of their mouth, people appreciate Donald’s take-no-prisoners solutions to the problems the country faces. They figure that a guy who has amassed a fortune of $2.4 billion can be trusted to handle the economy and foreign affairs. Unlike other Republican candidates, Donald will have the media on his side.
A Republican operative who is impressed by him asked me whether Trump has any problems. “Does he drink?” he asked. To those who know Donald, that is humorous. As Donald told me this week, he has never had a drink in his life. Then he added with a chuckle, “But I have other problems.”
No doubt those problems, including womanizing between marriages, will come out. But what will also become clear—as depicted recently on “The Oprah Show”—is that he has been a model father to his five kids. No matter how involved he is in a conference or a negotiation, he always takes their calls. Every morning, Trump reads the papers with his 4-year-old Barron, commenting on developments. His devotion to his kids and loyalty to friends speak volumes about his character.
From talking with him, I can tell that he has thought through the details of running. Agree with him or not, those who think Trump is pulling a publicity stunt have trouble grasping the novelty of a non-politician caring enough about his country to run for president.
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0 responses to “Trump Will Run for the Presidency

  1. Candance Moore

    I was impressed by Trump giving an interview to CBN where he discussed his Catholic faith. I’m liking him more and more.

    • Unless Trump’s annulled his first marriage to Ivana, and married his 2nd wife in the Church, he’s no Catholic!
      Isn’t he pro-choice abortion, too?

      • Eo,I don’t know-all I know right now,is that he is the one guy that can stomp Skippy right into the ground and will not hold back. There will be alot of sizing up from now until elections. The left will do anything at this point,and I mean anything to keep their power,so we need someone to completely expose this marxist idiot. It is a good thing Donald Trump is doing what he is,because the people are ready to do it,at this point if he fails,we will be there.

        • Tina,
          I like Trump’s forthrightness and fearlessness. But please don’t call him a good or practicing Catholic! We already have one of those in Nancy Pelosi.

      • Thanks, sage & Artist, for the info that Trump has experienced a change of heart/soul — repentance. If true, I will vote for him with no misgivings. We are all sinners, and it takes real courage and purity of heart to admit he was wrong and now regrets his past.

  2. Donald Trump is going to be on Hannity tonite! Hannity is the only one on fox I will watch anymore,the rest are sellouts.

  3. Does Trump have a few rough edges and a bit of “history”, yep, but it is unlikely that there is anyone else with his fearlessness, moxie, nonbeholden-ness, business savvy and uncommon “common sense” is going to show up on the horizon between now and then.
    I did hear him say that he had some sort of epiphany and is now ProLife, people can change, which happily, is not the same as the FlipFlopper in Chief.
    One thing I heard him say when questioned about why he would run for president is “that the American people needed (among some other things ) someone who would “cherish” them ”
    I was touched by the use of that word, it was very human and personal and not a word politicians normally throw around in relation to the American people. For all of his bluster it showed another side as well, that was also very appealing and felt very genuine.
    He’d have my vote.

  4. Trump is sounding better and better with each passing day!

  5. I’m all in for him running….just not as an indepedent. I believe that would give Obama four more years, and that we cannot afford.

  6. He has my vote – the best I have heard in years…


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