I thought Trump's actions were both reasonable and also a step above, inviting a man who showed no class, no manners and actually wanted to jabber, not question when the frontrunner could have just shunned him and been done with him. But Trump has a way of understanding what works and doesn't and he probably didn't want anyone to think he was unwilling to tangle with the activist fronting as a newsman. And besides, he bested him pretty handily in the discussion that they had and showed why he resonates with the public and what makes him the current leader in the hunt for the Republican presidential nomination.
But, of course, the media tried to position Trump as being the one in the wrong, failing to look at things objectively (surprise!) and then, as if on script, Jeb Bush makes the comment today that Donald Trump didn't show Jorge Ramos appropriate respect. Really, Jeb, respect? Donald Trump didn't have to invite Ramos back in the room after his rudeness and after making comments with his opinion instead of asking questions. Donald was more than fair, just direct, and an activist masquerading as a journalist has no business behaving as he did.
And maybe, just maybe, Jeb, you need to learn a little something about Ramos before you assume he is just a television reporter trying to do his job. Did you know, Jeb, that Ramos is a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico and votes in both countries? Did you know that his daughter is on the Hillary Clinton campaign staff? Do you really think that he's an objective newsman instead of just a La Raza supporting hack? I doubt it, Jeb, I doubt it but, then again, you tend to look at things more favorably for the illegal aliens than you do for hard working American citizens, so maybe that's why.
So keep it up, Donald. You have the imagination of American citizens pondering their country after we've made it great again. And for that, not Jorge Ramos and certainly not Jeb Bush or the Establishment can slow us down from our destiny. God bless you in the mission your are on to make America great again.
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