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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

President Trump's victory tour begins on Thursday

President Trump will kick off a victory tour to thank his supporters for his 30-state win (most in 20 years) with a rally in Cincinnati at 7 p.m. Thursday.

"Vice President-elect Mike Pence is expected to be at Trump's side for the rally," the Daily Mail reported.

Kellyanne Conway, his campaign manager, called it a thank-you tour. Des Moines is on the schedule.

Politico dismissed it: "Trump has said he wants to get back to the trail and revisit the states he won, on a victory tour where he can re-energize the base of white, working class voters who put him in the White House."

Most people who voted for Obama were white.

Let's stop this racist nonsense. OK?

From Bloomberg:
The Republican has credited his rallies as a central component of his victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton. The events at times drew tens of thousands of people and were often broadcast live and in their entirety on cable news networks, affording him a practically unfiltered channel to voters.
His post-election tour may take him to "swing states we flipped over," George Gigicos, Trump’s director of advance, told reporters on Nov. 17. Trump won Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Florida, all states President Barack Obama won twice.
Anyway, I hope he comes to Poca, West Virginia, or at least Huntington.

Don't take us for granted.

Like Democrats did.

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9 comments:

  1. Thanks for reporting the stuff from Politico. As far as I'm concerned at this point let them go on with the identity politics all they want. I don't think they have yet realized that they have passed the point of no return in that regard. Let them play the race card till the cows come home. We'll play it right back in their faces.

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  2. Oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, that's going to make them SO MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZddddddddddddddd!

    I call it, Some Kind Of Wonderful!

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  3. Ron in Ohio Sez:

    UHHHH! Most people that vote in the U.S.A. are white - At least for now.

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  4. The mood in the Washington press corps is bleak, and deservedly so.

    It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that, with a few exceptions, we were all tacitly or explicitly #WithHer, which has led to a certain anguish in the face of Donald Trump’s victory. More than that and more importantly, we also missed the story, after having spent months mocking the people who had a better sense of what was going on.

    This is all symptomatic of modern journalism’s great moral and intellectual failing: its unbearable smugness. Had Hillary Clinton won, there’d be a winking “we did it” feeling in the press, a sense that we were brave and called Trump a liar and saved the republic.

    So much for that. The audience for our glib analysis and contempt for much of the electorate, it turned out, was rather limited.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/commentary-the-unbearable-smugness-of-the-press-presidential-election-2016/

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    1. OK, got that Mea Culpa done, now back to our regularly scheduled program.

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  5. Visiting voters instead of Hawaii. The media doesn't like missing out on their vacations.

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  6. The MSM really hates the unfiltered Trump. They can't control/spin his message. Sad.

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  7. Down the road P.E. Trump should consider a few prospecting rallies to say New Hampshire or CO. Potential flips for 2020.

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  8. I hope he goes to other states too, like CA and upstate NY; a lot of people voted for him but there were plenty of DemoRats to outvote them.

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