Thursday, July 23, 2015

What Does Trump Really Think?...Who Knows?

By Chris Rossini

Usually, politicians, who are professional liars, try to be calculating with their words. Yes, they flip-flop back-and-forth with the political winds, but there's usually a grace period.

With Trump, the grace-period seems to be very short, especially when it comes to his opinion of others. Here's Trump on Jon Stewart less than 2 months ago:

Pretty strong words. Trump left no doubt there.

And now, before the Twitter digital ink has barely dried, Trump says:
“I like Jon Stewart — I think he’s good. They’re begging me to go on. I would do it … the problem is it looks like pandering. It looks so false and so phony if I do it.”
Trump very likely believes that he can talk his way out of any contradiction. Donald is the same with his political positions as well. There's no consistency to be found. Whatever works at the moment.

The only thing we can really be 99.9% certain of, is that he wants power, and judging by his early maneuvers, Trump wants it bad.

Chris Rossini is author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve. Follow @chrisrossini on Twitter.

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