Trump: 'I will be a great unifier'

Trump: 'I will be a great unifier'

There are 61 comments on the WMDT story from Oct 25, 2015, titled Trump: 'I will be a great unifier'. In it, WMDT reports that:

Donald Trump believes he will "absolutely" be a force for bipartisanship, but in an interview this weekend neither Republicans nor Democrats escaped a barrage of attacks from the GOP presidential candidate. Trump flung criticism at politicians spanning the spectrum from presidential primary opponents Jeb Bush and Ben Carson to the Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and the man he hopes to succeed, President Barack Obama, in an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper that aired Sunday on "State of the Union."

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John McCharlie

Mesa, AZ

#1 Oct 25, 2015
the Saver vs. the Witchhunter ;-O
John McCharlie

Mesa, AZ

#2 Oct 25, 2015
hello ROBOTopix;) do U "c' somethink wrong about this? < Trump believes he will "absolutely" be a force for bipartisanship, >! ;-O

“"*" Always Thinking "*"”

Since: Nov 12

Greensburg, IN

#3 Oct 25, 2015
I have found Donald a running mate Howard Stern, what one them doesn't know the other one does and Bill O'Reilly can moderate for them.
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Your Ex

Madison, WI

#5 Oct 25, 2015
This explains his appeal to "conservatives"

Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump talks like a 4th grader, according to a linguistic analysis performed by Politico's Jack Shafer.
Shafer ran the text of Trumps' responses in the recent Republican debate through the Flesch-Kincaid test, designed to determine how difficult a given passage is to understand for English readers.
http://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-hello-yo...
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Mikey

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Oct 25, 2015
Your Ex wrote:
This explains his appeal to "conservatives"
Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump talks like a 4th grader, according to a linguistic analysis performed by Politico's Jack Shafer.
Shafer ran the text of Trumps' responses in the recent Republican debate through the Flesch-Kincaid test, designed to determine how difficult a given passage is to understand for English readers.
http://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-hello-yo...
Too bad he wouldn't have performed his fake test on Hilary, she speaks at a kindergarden level.
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Your Ex

Madison, WI

#11 Oct 25, 2015
Mikey wrote:
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Too bad he wouldn't have performed his fake test on Hilary, she speaks at a kindergarden level.
Fake? Really?
Lol, keep tossing' softballs skippy...
The Flesch–Kincaid (F–K) reading grade level was developed under contract to the US Navy in 1975 by J. Peter Kincaid and his team.
Related UN Navy research directed by Kincaid delved into high-tech education (for example, the electronic authoring and delivery of technical information); usefulness of the Flesch–Kincaid readability formula; computer aids for editing tests illustrated formats to teach procedures; and the Computer Readability Editing System (CRES).
The F–K formula was first used by the Army for assessing the difficulty of technical manuals in 1978 and soon after became the Department of Defense military standard.
Pennsylvania was the first US state to require that automobile insurance policies be written at no higher than a ninth-grade level (14–15 years of age) of reading difficulty, as measured by the F–K formula.
This is now a common requirement in many other states and for other legal documents such as insurance policies.
http://www.readabilityformulas.com/flesch-rea...
Mikey

Saint Paul, MN

#12 Oct 25, 2015
Your Ex wrote:
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Fake? Really?
Lol, keep tossing' softballs skippy...
The Flesch–Kincaid (F–K) reading grade level was developed under contract to the US Navy in 1975 by J. Peter Kincaid and his team.
Related UN Navy research directed by Kincaid delved into high-tech education (for example, the electronic authoring and delivery of technical information); usefulness of the Flesch–Kincaid readability formula; computer aids for editing tests illustrated formats to teach procedures; and the Computer Readability Editing System (CRES).
The F–K formula was first used by the Army for assessing the difficulty of technical manuals in 1978 and soon after became the Department of Defense military standard.
Pennsylvania was the first US state to require that automobile insurance policies be written at no higher than a ninth-grade level (14–15 years of age) of reading difficulty, as measured by the F–K formula.
This is now a common requirement in many other states and for other legal documents such as insurance policies.
http://www.readabilityformulas.com/flesch-rea...
Yes, yet another fake test, like the fake ones done to show libtards to be more smarter than republicans, the grammar was from the libtard web site, everyone knows libtards are sheep.

Stay in school. And keep trolling, it won't help Hilary, but it makes normal people laugh.
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USA Today

Milwaukee, WI

#14 Oct 25, 2015
Trump is the only winner, and the only one who can deliver. Democrats don't want a tainted Hillary nor a radical Sanders. And that leaves Republican Donald Trump who is neither radical left or radical right. And the rest of the Republican candidates simply don't measure up or are bogged down with "tea party ideals," which don't win elections.
Sterkfontein Swartkrans

Columbus, OH

#15 Oct 26, 2015
The rumpster should slink back to new york and do what he does best: dishonest deals, whining, bullying and filing frivolous lawsuits! He is an infantile moron!
Your Ex

Madison, WI

#16 Oct 26, 2015
Mikey wrote:
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Yes, yet another fake test, like the fake ones done to show libtards to be more smarter than republicans, the grammar was from the libtard web site, everyone knows libtards are sheep.
Stay in school. And keep trolling, it won't help Hilary, but it makes normal people laugh.
Denial will only take you so far,
"I really can't help it if you don't like the facts, Congressman"
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Synque

Philadelphia, PA

#18 Oct 26, 2015
Your Ex wrote:
This explains his appeal to "conservatives"
Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump talks like a 4th grader, according to a linguistic analysis performed by Politico's Jack Shafer.
Shafer ran the text of Trumps' responses in the recent Republican debate through the Flesch-Kincaid test, designed to determine how difficult a given passage is to understand for English readers.
http://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-hello-yo...
Makes perfect sense. Trumps most avowed supporters have a 3rd & 4th grade scholastic level of achievement. Henceforth The Dump is capable of reaching his base on their level.
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Too Many to Count

Beverly, MA

#20 Oct 26, 2015
Trump has uncovered and unified the ignorant rude nuts of this country.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#21 Oct 26, 2015
Too Many to Count wrote:
Trump has uncovered and unified the ignorant rude nuts of this country.
Trump and Carson are a direct result of bar0ck, the yellow, of Benghazi who turned recession to global depression and arab spring to winter.

The 0rganizer is the worst President in US History. He had no resume.
Your Ex

Madison, WI

#22 Oct 26, 2015
mjjcpa wrote:
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Trump and Carson are a direct result of bar0ck, the yellow, of Benghazi who turned recession to global depression and arab spring to winter.
The 0rganizer is the worst President in US History. He had no resume.
How interesting!
What else did the AM radio tell you to think today?
Do tell!

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#23 Oct 26, 2015
Your Ex wrote:
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How interesting!
What else did the AM radio tell you to think today?
Do tell!
Keep projecting psycho.

bar0ck created the TEA Party and IS. Sadly, he only declared war on the TEA Party.
Your Ex

Madison, WI

#24 Oct 26, 2015
mjjcpa wrote:
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Keep projecting psycho.
bar0ck created the TEA Party and IS. Sadly, he only declared war on the TEA Party.
Who?
Is this fellow your imaginary friend?
The Tealiban has turned 'your' party into a Dumpster Fire.
Any plans to find a candidate before the primaries?
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John McCharlie

Mesa, AZ

#26 Oct 26, 2015
Your Ex wrote:
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Who?
Is this fellow your imaginary friend?
The Tealiban has turned 'your' party into a Dumpster Fire.
Any plans to find a candidate before the primaries?
not the imaginary friend;) it"s forbidden Amigo;-OO
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JD Weil

Farmington, NM

#28 Oct 27, 2015
Your Ex wrote:
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Denial will only take you so far,
"I really can't help it if you don't like the facts, Congressman"
Actual transcript: "I'm sorry it doesn't fit your narrative, congressman. I can only tell you what the facts were."
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#29 Oct 27, 2015
mjjcpa wrote:
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You boys love to blame President Obama for everything (did we get to the sky is blue!) but the repubs must take credit (or is it misscredit!) for thrump and carson.

They're your boys - embrace and love them!
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Your Ex

Madison, WI

#31 Oct 27, 2015
JD Weil wrote:
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Actual transcript: "I'm sorry it doesn't fit your narrative, congressman. I can only tell you what the facts were."
And that's far more clever to boot.
Thank you for the correction, sir!

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