This is a perfect example of someone forming a strong opinion about a presidential candidate without really any effort to find out whats true and what the media feeds the world because it boosts ratings and gets attention. Donald Trump is someone who gets the most severely misrepresented, misquoted, and everyday online m…
Albert W Huang
When the Hispanic heads of the GOP vow to boycott if Trump wins the nomination, that is not a media driven misrepresentation.
When one of the biggest veterans groups refused to accept money from a Trump fundraiser/publicity stunt, that is not a media driven misrepresentation.
When Trump’s fundraiser on the USS Iowa went to a fake veteran group (just one guy; has no members) that is not a media driven misrepresentation.
You wrote 857 words in support of Trump, but didn’t mention one single Trump idea or proposal that demonstrates his merit. You named his book, but didn’t quote one passage that supports any claim you made.
I’m more than happy to listen to concrete reasons why you support Trump, but all you gave was your belief and the fact that you find it funny that people are uncomfortable with the idea of a Trump presidency.
What substance can you add to this conversation?