One of the most memorable moments was when he chastised the press for trying to overload him with ridiculous questions in his frequent pressers while Hillary has not held a presser in two hundred and thirty-five days with nary a question from the mdida.
But the thing that really struck home was his sarcastic comment about the Russians. Trump in a mocking way said that the Russians, if they find the classified emails which Clinton sent and so far haven't been, should publicize them. He further mocked that they would be well rewarded by the media, knowing full well that the media would be the last entity on earth to release such data. But the media wasn't bright enough to pick up on the sarcasm and tried to turn the tables by saying that they believe Trump committed a grave national security violation by asking a foreign power to commit espionage. In so stating and also echoed by the Clinton camp, the howls of outrage about Trump violating the law openly confirmed that there were in fact classified missing files in the mix that were kept on Hillary's insecure server, the first time that the Democrats have admitted it. In one fast sweep, Trump got them to admit what they have done and they still don't realize their mistake at this hour.
The other interesting point is that the Democrats themselves are the ones who started the story that Russian hackers, perhaps contracted or supported by Vladimir Putin himself, actually had the material. Trump had never previously indicated such a thing. He was just playing along with the narrative and, as he expected, they panicked and made their own "pickle" worse.
Never before have we seen any Republican to take it to the Democrats like Trump in his press conference and it is very refreshing. He refuses to operate like a McCain, a Romney or a Bush, taking constant jabs from the Democrats without ever firing his own shot. No, Trump is a fighter and the Democrats and the press have no idea how to handle it. They are so used to managing the process, keeping the normally timid Republicans on the defensive. They find themselves in a new ball game this year and the polls are indicating that Trump's message is getting through.
Hopefully the Republican candidate is getting in his groove, the groove that got him going in the first place. He needs to just stay away from criticism of Republicans and keep the guns aimed at the Democrats. Donald has howitzers to use against the light machine guns of the Democrats and if he keeps the focus on Hillary and the issues, especially national security, immigration and border control, jobs or lack thereof, and getting control of spending and the budget, his strength will only grow.
Trump is by no means a conservative in the traditional mold. But he does tend to manage his business with sound principles, has a family which shows a clean cut and wholesome style of life and he is willing to stand his ground. And he truly loves his country and wants her to get her greatness back. It's what we need, America, and it can go a long way to turning this train wreck known as Obama's America back on the right course.
Upcoming weeks should be quite interesting to say the least and the debates should be real eye openers. The match up between Tim Kaine, a full bore liberal trying to pose as a moderate, and Mike Pence, a good conservative Christian and family values man, should be interesting as well. So stay tuned, folks, it's gonna' be a momentous final rush to the White House. Let the close order combat begin on the big stage.