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Donald Trump: We're Going to Build a Wall and Mexico Is Going to Pa...

There are 86 comments on the Gateway Pundit story from Oct 26, 2015, titled Donald Trump: We're Going to Build a Wall and Mexico Is Going to Pa.... In it, Gateway Pundit reports that:

The Republican front runner once again promised to build a border wall with Mexico and have Mexico pay for it. When pressed by a potential voter pressed to outline his "specific action plan" to address illegal immigration, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump responded by first attacking his GOP opponents.

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wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Oct 26, 2015
Yeah,go trump
Ritual Habitual

Spring, TX

#2 Jan 29, 2016
wild child wrote:
Yeah,go trump
More campaign b.s. Did anyone even mention securing the borders recently?
Shirvell s Shrivel

Philadelphia, PA

#3 Jan 29, 2016
Am I to presume the wall which Mexico is going to pay for will be constructed from Megan Kelly's bones?
Truthfull

Sterling, CO

#4 Jan 29, 2016
Shirvell s Shrivel wrote:
Am I to presume the wall which Mexico is going to pay for will be constructed from Megan Kelly's bones?
No but maybe she could entertain the construction workers.....

“TANSTAAFL”

Since: Dec 15

Dave, Louisiana

#5 Jan 29, 2016
Ritual Habitual wrote:
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More campaign b.s. Did anyone even mention securing the borders recently?
If you watched the publican debate Thursday night - the one without Trump - there were several mentions of "securing the borders", generally in the context of what had to be done before addressing the problem of the illegal aliens already in the country. Now, if the only politicians you are listening to are HRC and Bernie Sanders, you won't hear anything about securing the borders.
Raydot

Hesperia, CA

#6 Jan 29, 2016
For fifteen years politicians did nothing about the illegal alien issue. Americans are mad as hell at them, all of them. It's been one of the top issues for all those years and even before. Now a business man that's saying everything we love to hear is making these political do nothing clowns say, well golly how do ya like that, we are really hated. But Jeb Bush can fix it still, he just keeps jacking his jaws saying I'm the man, if your looking for someone that can fix it, then I'm the man, I am the man that can fix it right. I am the man, I am I am I am I am. He spent 100 million dollars on commercials and he's not only the man, he's at the bottom still. All that money wasted, but he's the man. I have never ever been so embarrassed to be an American. Jeb Bush PLEEEEEASE step down, you don't have to endorse anyone. Just leave please and take the rest with you. And Trump wins the debate and he wasn't even in attendance. Senator Harry Reid is a danger to the United States of America, he's mad. His world is crashing down all around him and he like the rest are in udder disbelief. This is really gettin good.
Ritual Habitual

Spring, TX

#7 Jan 29, 2016
Snidely70448 wrote:
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If you watched the publican debate Thursday night - the one without Trump - there were several mentions of "securing the borders", generally in the context of what had to be done before addressing the problem of the illegal aliens already in the country. Now, if the only politicians you are listening to are HRC and Bernie Sanders, you won't hear anything about securing the borders.
The tv was on that channel, but I can't say I actually watched that channel. It's kind of like when my spouse put on the Rogue Nation Tom Cruise movie. I watched some of it but not all of it. I was asleep by the end. It doesn't hold my attention. Neither did the debates/rebates. SOS.
Happy Old Geezer

Hyattsville, MD

#8 Jun 3, 2016
There's blood in my eyes
not leader material

Syracuse, IN

#9 Jun 14, 2016
i heard on the cable news that covers mostly politics a major trump supporter say 'i don't care what donald did 20 years ago. i wonder does he believe that extends to both candidates. he also said what i do care about concerning that time period is that the debt was only 5 trillion instead of 19 trillion which is what it is now.who was in the white house when it was only five trillion? oh yeah it was a couple named clinton. by the way, i blame george w. bush for much of the 19 trillion dollar debt! when he drug this countries young people into a war alone. instead of waiting for our allies to help us this country bit off more than we could chew much less afford. it was a democrat that finally got bin laden. nevertheless i regress. i'd put up not all but much of what the clintons were doing 20 years ago up against what donald trump was doing then. for example by the time the clintons left office this country had a surplus. albeit a rather small one but this country was in the black! all donald trump was doing was dealing with continuously being sued, many bankruptcies, cheating people out of their money, talking like women were just there for his entertainment. you ask how do i know this. well i am old enough to be able to say i witnessed it all first hand as it happened.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#10 Jun 14, 2016
Trump's speeches are a succession of rants.

wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#11 Jun 16, 2016
Obama is a muslim who wants your guns, I pick Trump,build the wall ban muslims and deport all illegals
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Jun 17, 2016
Ritual Habitual wrote:
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More campaign b.s. Did anyone even mention securing the borders recently?
Yes that is what build a wall means,obamas job not Trump he is not president yet,although he does more than obama Radical Islam

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#13 Jun 17, 2016
wild child wrote:
Obama is a muslim who wants your guns, I pick Trump,build the wall ban muslims and deport all illegals
And refurbish Gestapo headquarters.
Taxman

West Frankfort, IL

#14 Jun 19, 2016
wild child wrote:
Obama is a muslim who wants your guns, I pick Trump,build the wall ban muslims and deport all illegals
Yes , you are correct of your muslim assumption but Bankrupt Donald wont do any of the rest.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#15 Jun 19, 2016
Trump is inspirational. He inspired the operatives of the violent Democrat party to build a very high wall around the Philadelphia convention center where they plan to hold their convention. That shows Trump's common sense ideas will be able to bring the nation together after he becomes president.

Ronald
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#16 Jun 19, 2016
Ronald wrote:
That shows Trump's common sense ideas will be able to bring the nation together after he becomes president.Ronald
The irony in your comment is how trump can't seem to bring his own party together.

Trump likes to divide groups apart. And he is very good at it.

His values are skewed, his temperament is skewed, his words are skewed and he should never represent our country.
Just So You Know

Beverly, MA

#17 Jun 19, 2016
Ronald wrote:
Trump is inspirational. He inspired the operatives of the violent Democrat party to build a very high wall around the Philadelphia convention center where they plan to hold their convention. That shows Trump's common sense ideas will be able to bring the nation together after he becomes president.

Ronald
Yeah, so inspirational that Trump makes up words as he goes along: "bigly?"

I used to think that Trump might be at an intellectual level of a third grader. I was wrong, more like kindergarten.

My third grade nieces and nephews know that "bigly" isn't a word. And they have more self control and conduct themselves with more dignity than Trump.

Trump inspires me to vote for anybody but him.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#18 Jun 19, 2016
Responsibility wrote:
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The irony in your comment is how trump can't seem to bring his own party together.

Trump likes to divide groups apart. And he is very good at it.

His values are skewed, his temperament is skewed, his words are skewed and he should never represent our country.
Responsibility.

Yes. You are right. It was not Trump who divided the Republican party. The party is divided because the establishment Republicans abandoned their base. Trump is building a new Republican party, a party comprised of an enthusiastic worker ("middle") class party base along with disaffected worker ("middle") class Democrat voters who have been victimized by the violent Democrat party. That is the reason Trump is hated so. After all, no one likes change, especially establishment Republican party bosses and their pals who run the violent Democrat party.

Ronald
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#19 Jun 19, 2016
Donald Trump has built a wall and the Republican Party is going to pay for it.
ZincIron

West Frankfort, IL

#20 Jun 19, 2016
Trump cant even keep the media that he banned out of his rallies , how is going to keep the mexicans out?

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