Washington Post to Trump: Where's press conference on Melania's immigration status?

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    Sep 10, 2016 9:09 AM GMT
    There's been no sign of Mrs Trump III in weeks. Could Mrs Trump IV be on the way?

    A month ago, Donald Trump and officials in his campaign assured voters they would organize a news conference to clear up questions about the legal means by which his Slovenian-born wife, Melania, entered the country in the mid-1990s and obtained a green card several years before they were married in 2005. Those questions persist, the Trump campaign has refused to answer them, and no such news conference has occurred.

    Donald Trump, who, having built his campaign around vilifying illegal immigrants, looks like a Grand Wizard of Hypocrisy. And having spent months as the most prominent exponent of the detestable "birther" movement, badgering the president to release his plainly valid and unexceptional birth certificate, the Republican presidential nominee now can't be bothered to come clean on legitimate questions about the terms under which his wife entered the country and remained here.


    http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2016/09/washington_post_to_trump_wheres_melanias_immigrati.html
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    Sep 10, 2016 1:10 PM GMT
    I knew and couldn't find D logik of how with his trophy wife being foreign born such a hypocrite stand could B taken on immigration. But damn she's hot as F* CK!!!
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    Sep 10, 2016 4:00 PM GMT
    lets get all birther about Melania and send her back to the planet she came from:
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    Sep 10, 2016 4:14 PM GMT
    Trump is no dummy. He's saving some of his best secret weapon surrogates --- Melania, Ivanka, and the other kids --- for when they will be most effective --- October.
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    Sep 10, 2016 5:05 PM GMT
    The Washington Post is just another ultra leftist, corporate rag that is out to condemn Trump no matter what the situation. The mainstream corporate media is scared shitless of Trump winning in November so that is why all these baseless attacks are being hurled at him. Go figureicon_exclaim.gif
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    roadbikeRob saidThe Washington Post is just another ultra leftist, corporate rag that is out to condemn Trump no matter what the situation. The mainstream corporate media is scared shitless of Trump winning in November so that is why all these baseless attacks are being hurled at him. Go figureicon_exclaim.gif


    He is behind in every poll. The fact he is even behind a vile bitch in polls says a lot about his chances of winning but lately Hillary has lost quite a bit of lead and stupidity should never be underestimated. So, there is a fair chance, he could be the next ring leader.
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    Sep 10, 2016 8:32 PM GMT
    If anyone thinks that Pres. Hillary Clinton will win by a landslide, that person is living in alt-reality (like many of the TRUMPeteers on here). Indeed, there's a chance, slim as it may be, that Da Donald could win the general election. There are enough stupid people in the US, especially the "poorly educated" that Trump loves so wholeheartedly, who could make Trump's presidency a reality. So, let's make sure that doesn't happen.
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    Thank god there are no Pitures of Mrs Clinton in a G. There's a reasion Mr Clinton preferred many other women, other than his wife.
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    Sep 11, 2016 12:24 AM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidThere's been no sign of Mrs Trump III in weeks. Could Mrs Trump IV be on the way?

    A month ago, Donald Trump and officials in his campaign assured voters they would organize a news conference to clear up questions about the legal means by which his Slovenian-born wife, Melania, entered the country in the mid-1990s and obtained a green card several years before they were married in 2005. Those questions persist, the Trump campaign has refused to answer them, and no such news conference has occurred.

    Donald Trump, who, having built his campaign around vilifying illegal immigrants, looks like a Grand Wizard of Hypocrisy. And having spent months as the most prominent exponent of the detestable "birther" movement, badgering the president to release his plainly valid and unexceptional birth certificate, the Republican presidential nominee now can't be bothered to come clean on legitimate questions about the terms under which his wife entered the country and remained here.


    http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2016/09/washington_post_to_trump_wheres_melanias_immigrati.html


    Screw the question of where's his press conference--where's the reporting to determine what the documents say?! It shouldn't be that hard to figure out, conclusively, whether she was legal or not. The documents of the INS are subject to Freedom of Information Act rules. Either they have documentation of her legal status, or she wasn't legal, or she was legal for awhile and then overstayed her visa, and then wasn't legal. We don't need Trump to answer questions; we just need reporters to do their fucking job. Then in the face of that shitstorm, he'll have to hold a press conference to spew more of that BS that flies out of his mouth every time he opens it.
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    Sep 11, 2016 2:27 PM GMT
    ricky1987 said
    He is behind in every poll. The fact he is even behind a vile bitch in polls says a lot about his chances of winning but lately Hillary has lost quite a bit of lead and stupidity should never be underestimated. So, there is a fair chance, he could be the next ring leader.


    Trump is actually leading in several polls including the CNN poll nationally.
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    Sep 11, 2016 2:29 PM GMT
    DOMINUS saidThere are enough stupid people in the US, especially the "poorly educated" that Trump loves so wholeheartedly, who could make Trump's presidency a reality.


    You're the delusional one if you think Trump supporters are nothing but "Stupid people" and the "poorly educated". But keep telling yourself that.
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    Sep 12, 2016 3:31 PM GMT
    Where's the Press Conference on Bill Clinton's trips on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express to Orgy Island?

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    Sep 12, 2016 4:56 PM GMT
    mx5guynj saidWhere's the Press Conference on Bill Clinton's trips on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express to Orgy Island?


    ...where he gave the Sultan of Brunei a pearl necklace? Oops, wrong conspiracy theory.
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    ricky1987 said
    He is behind in every poll. The fact he is even behind a vile bitch in polls says a lot about his chances of winning but lately Hillary has lost quite a bit of lead and stupidity should never be underestimated. So, there is a fair chance, he could be the next ring leader.


    Trump is actually leading in several polls including the CNN poll nationally.


    Actually he is, including CNN. Check it.
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    You're the delusional one if you think Trump supporters are nothing but "Stupid people" and the "poorly educated". But keep telling yourself that.

    No, not all, but that they largely are. In addition to the Republican soldiers, like yourself, who will back any Presidential candidate the Republican Convention nominates.

    You supported the losers Romney and McCain. And now you are supporting Trump.

    A lot of us, like myself, have crossed swords with you. I rarely agreed with you politically, but a noble & respected opponent. You even once hosted an RJ gathering in Arizona, as I recall.

    But supporting the madman Trump? That does rather undermine your image here.

    You would preserve that image better if you said you were just sitting out this election, at least for President. If you can't vote for Hillary instead, fine. Although other Republicans are. Some in Congress.

    But giving your vote to Trump? That's very difficult to understand.
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    Sep 13, 2016 1:43 AM GMT
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    CuriousJockAZ said
    You're the delusional one if you think Trump supporters are nothing but "Stupid people" and the "poorly educated". But keep telling yourself that.

    No, not all, but that they largely are. In addition to the Republican soldiers, like yourself, who will back any Presidential candidate the Republican Convention nominates.

    You supported the losers Romney and McCain. And now you are supporting Trump.

    A lot of us, like myself, have crossed swords with you. I rarely agreed with you politically, but a noble & respected opponent. You even once hosted an RJ gathering in Arizona, as I recall.

    But supporting the madman Trump? That does rather undermine your image here.

    You would preserve that image better if you said you were just sitting out this election, at least for President. If you can't vote for Hillary instead, fine. Although other Republicans are. Some in Congress.

    But giving your vote to Trump? That's very difficult to understand.


    Oh Bobby Boo boo. You have not been able to be truthful with yourself, let alone us at RJ. During your many, many years as a sudo breeding heterosexual, you looked down on us homosexuals as something dirty, and beneath you. You even tried to reflect this depravity on to me. Attempting to blame one for your many years as a homophobe. Just as Mrs clitoris has attempted to do with the depravity of you Libtards, reflecting your depravity onto anyone who supports the Trump camp, over looking the depraved way you participate in degraded Sarah Palin, and now u want to promote your propaganda, of being the champion of women; pfft u bigot. But you still have homophobic issues, you now simply reflect them onto anything that leans to the right. The complexities of you bisexuals. Being born a Bona Fide Homosexual, one is greatful for belonging to a diffrent tribes than you little man.
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    Sep 13, 2016 2:23 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said

    You would preserve that image better if you said you were just sitting out this election, at least for President. If you can't vote for Hillary instead, fine. Although other Republicans are. Some in Congress.

    But giving your vote to Trump? That's very difficult to understand.


    With all due respect, Art, I give a flying fig what my "image" is here. I'm not running in a popularity contest. People can take my opinion for what it is -- just an opinion -- or they don't. Makes no difference to me. You don't need to understand WHY I'm voting Trump, as long as I understand why. What's hard for me to understand is why anyone would be voting for Hillary. It's laughable that you would suggest "I'd be better off to just sit out this election". Seriously? So, I don't think the way YOU do, so I'd be better off just sitting this one out? NEWSFLASH: Millions of hard working, good-hearted people who love this country are voting for Trump. I am all in on the "Make America Great Again" Trump train proudly and do not need to apologize for that to anyone. There is nothing about HRC's leadership or past accomplishments (or lack thereof) that excites me even a little bit. I'm voting for Trump because I resoundingly reject the status quo that is driving this country into the ground. I want a fresh perspective, and fresh ideas to take us forward. Trump offers that. Is he perfect? Hell no. Do I wish he could take back some of the regrettable things he's said? Of course I do. It is what it is. I believe he'll be a fine president if elected. We need change. Hillary is not going to bring that. Unfortunately, the choices are what they are.
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    The Libtards truly are desperate to reflect the attention away from that womens health crisis.
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    Sep 13, 2016 7:14 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Art_Deco said

    You would preserve that image better if you said you were just sitting out this election, at least for President. If you can't vote for Hillary instead, fine. Although other Republicans are. Some in Congress.

    But giving your vote to Trump? That's very difficult to understand.


    With all due respect, Art, I give a flying fig what my "image" is here. I'm not running in a popularity contest. People can take my opinion for what it is -- just an opinion -- or they don't. Makes no difference to me. You don't need to understand WHY I'm voting Trump, as long as I understand why. What's hard for me to understand is why anyone would be voting for Hillary. It's laughable that you would suggest "I'd be better off to just sit out this election". Seriously? So, I don't think the way YOU do, so I'd be better off just sitting this one out? NEWSFLASH: Millions of hard working, good-hearted people who love this country are voting for Trump. I am all in on the "Make America Great Again" Trump train proudly and do not need to apologize for that to anyone. There is nothing about HRC's leadership or past accomplishments (or lack thereof) that excites me even a little bit. I'm voting for Trump because I resoundingly reject the status quo that is driving this country into the ground. I want a fresh perspective, and fresh ideas to take us forward. Trump offers that. Is he perfect? Hell no. Do I wish he could take back some of the regrettable things he's said? Of course I do. It is what it is. I believe he'll be a fine president if elected. We need change. Hillary is not going to bring that. Unfortunately, the choices are what they are.
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    I might be joining that "Make America Great Again" Trump train since he appears to be the most suitable and electable candidate for the White House. Hillary has done absolutely nothing for her entire political career except feather her own nest at taxpayers expense. She is an outstanding example of the crooked, entrenched, establishment politicians that all need to be permanently evicted from the halls of American governance.

    As of today, I have changed my voter registration from democratic to independent. I am through with the corrupt, incompetent democratic partyicon_exclaim.gif