If the man lied about almost everything he ran on during his campaign for the presidency, why do they expect him to keep any of the promises he made while campaigning? Although “building a wall” along the southern border to “keep the Mexicans out” was high on his priority list, it seems that Trump’s priorities have changed..
On Thursday, during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity in Cincinnati, Ohio, Trump said that “vicious rivers” and “mountains” would mean that it was not necessary to build the border wall in parts of the border.
“Now, there are certain places you don’t need a wall, because you have, you know, you have mountains, you have other things. You have large and rather vicious rivers,” he said during the interview, though he declined to specify where those natural barriers were.
It is the corner stone of Donald Trump’s campaign, it is the the low hanging fruit of the Republican party… it’s easy pickings
The idea that Donald Trump will “build a wall” along the Mexican border and that “Mexico will pay for it,” was all they needed to hear and the base loved it, propelling Trump to the top of the Republican party.
But Former Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Trump supporter by the way, is breaking away from Trump and his “I will build a wall” nonsense. In a recent interview, Perry stated that Trump will nor be building any wall… at least not a real wall in the physical sense of the word.
Donald Trump has basically offended every group on the planet, and Republicans love him for it. Now, Trump is engaging in a religious war with, of all people, the Pope.
Speaking at the US/Mexico border, Pope Francis was asked to comment on Donald Trump’s immigration plan to build a wall between the two countries. The Pope did not hesitate to point out the hypocrisy of the Republican leader who loves to call himself “a Christian” every time he talks to Christian Republican voters.
“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian,” he said. While Francis said he would “give the benefit of the doubt” because he had not heard Trump’s border plans independently, he added, “I say only that this man is not a Christian if he has said things like that.”
Trump, a Presbyterian and the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, responded within minutes.
“For a religious leader to question a person’s faith is disgraceful,” he said at a campaign stop in South Carolina, which holds a key primary on Saturday. “I am proud to be a Christian, and as president I will not allow Christianity to be consistently attacked and weakened.”
So now Donald Trump, the man who is known for using the podium to spit his profanity, is now the gatekeeper for Christianity, and he is accusing the Pope of attacking and weakening said Christianity!
Who will win this holy war? Amazingly the profane laced, xenophobic has a good chance of winning this war against the Pope among today’s Republicans. What is wrong with these people?