Watch: Debate Crowd Viciously Turns Against Trump, Then He Drops a Bombshell

By Gerry Urbanek. During the eighth Republican debate, a question directed to Donald Trump regarding his support for eminent domain turned into a nasty argument with Jeb Bush and resulted in the audience booing.

“A lot of the big conservatives that tell me how conservative they are, I think I’m more [conservative] than they are, they all want the Keystone Pipeline. The Keystone Pipeline, without eminent domain, it wouldn’t go ten feet. You need eminent domain. It’s a good thing, not a bad thing,” said Trump . . .

After a back and forth,Trump was given an opportunity to respond, and that’s when things got heated.

“He wants to be a tough guy… and it doesn’t work very well,” Trump began. “How tough is it to take property from an elderly woman?” Jeb interjected. “Let me talk, quiet,” Trump said raising his finger to his mouth.

At this the audience erupted into booing of Trump as he was trying to make his point.

“That’s all of his donors and special interests out there,” Trump said, visibly irritated. “That’s what it is, and by the way, let me just tell you, we needed tickets, you can’t get them. You know who has the tickets to the television audience? Donors, special interests, the people that are putting up the money. That’s who it is,” Trump said, shrugging as he continued to be booed. (Read more from “Watch: Debate Crowd Viciously Turns Against Trump, Then He Drops a Bombshell” HERE)


Poll: Trump, Sanders Lead Ahead of New Hampshire’s Vote

By Jennifer Agiesta. Donald Trump continues to lead the Republican race in New Hampshire on the eve of the vote, the final CNN/WMUR tracking poll finds.

On the Democratic side of the race, it remains Bernie Sanders’ primary to lose, with the Vermont senator holding a 26-point lead over Hillary Clinton.

The field of candidates vying for a second place finish behind him is finally beginning to separate, according to the survey.

Trump holds 31%, down two points from the February 3-6 release, but within the poll’s margin of sampling error. (Read more from “Poll: Trump, Sanders Lead Ahead of New Hampshire’s Vote” HERE)

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  • mikecnj

    And, another of Jebbie’s dirty lil secrets comes out

  • MikefromNC

    And people still want this progressive, big government, narcissistic blowhard to be president. Unbelievable.

    • Nels

      People want Trump to destroy the internationalist Republican party, and replace it with a nationalist party.
      Trump in the Offal Office is just a necessary side effect of putting the Republican wing of the internationalist party out of business, and that side effect may not be too bad, either. Trump as president would be an improvement over any of the internationalists that the Dem and Republican parties are pushing.

      • MikefromNC

        Yes, the “Offal Office” is very important.

        Good Lord, we are in so much trouble…

    • ArmyCombatVet

      Looking in the mirror again I see. You know rhyme mirror mirror on the wall, in your case, whose the dumbest of them all and your still waiting for an answer and it’s staring right you. Your mirror is smart enough to know your clueless! You love to put Trump down but you couldn’t carry his lunch. When it comes to blowhards, your intimately familiar with one and so is your mirror!

      • MikefromNC

        Still making you standard in depth, insightful comments I see.
        Nanny, nanny, boo boo.

        • ArmyCombatVet

          The truth hurts doesn’t it!

  • bbb

    The Democrats use imminent domain to clear trashed cities after occupy movements like those in Boston, Ferguson, LA, etc. burned down black businesses. Then rich white billionaires like Soros and Buffett paid peanuts for the property and are building luxury condos. The Bushes used imminent domain in every State except Texas because that State passed a law that disallowed it. Thus, the Bush open-border retaliation that ended with two brave Texas border guards in jail. No, Trump tells it like it is, and because he is not one of the political elites the media makes him look bad and makes the US population look dumb. Isn’t that what Gruber said when we bought Obamacare lies? What makes anyone think Bernie or Hillary have said one honest word in this campaign?

  • c-CS

    not more bush- no more bush- no more bush-iessssss

  • dennykray

    The right to own private property is an unalienable right given in the Constitution. Eminent domain and real estate taxes show how far our Constitution has been trashed and how far along our two party system has taken part in the trashing,
    These people should not be called progressives. They should be called what they really are trashers of the Constitution-or traitors.
    The progressives are the main reason why the once great United States of America is no longer a nation with a rule of law.