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Posted by juarlenggdb on Mai 17, 2019 in Allgemeines |

Donald Trump proves his hair is real

Trump opened his speech by reading aloud from a New York Times article about staunchly antiTrump stories published by Hispanic media outlets. He took issue with story’s opening line: “Ricardo S known as ‘El Mandril’ on his Spanish drivetime radio show in Los Angeles, has taken to calling Donald J. Trump ‘El hombre del peluqu the man of the toupee.”

This wasn’t the first time Trump has revved up campaign crowds by proving his hair’s authenticity. He also had a supporter join him on stage to touch his hair at a New Hampshire event in June.

At times, Trump acted like a standup comedian, especially when referring to his immigration plan.

“They buy a ladder at Home Depot, and they’re over the wall,” Trump said, referring to the Southern Golden Goose Sneakers border. “People aren’t going over my wall.”

“I believe very strongly in the Second Amendment,” Trump said, in response to a question on gun violencein connection to the shootings of two journalists in Virginia. “We have people with mental disabilities, mental problems. It’s too bad somebody can’t figure it out. We have a serious mental problem.”

Trump played down recent reports that he was beginning to seek out donations, after claiming for months that he didn’t need anybody’s money. He even said during the speech, to a partial standing ovation, that he wouldn’t be controlled by lobbyists.

Politico reported that Trump attended a fundraiser for a super PAC trying to get him elected.

“All I do is some meet and greets,” Trump said. “People ask me would I come and say hello. As you know, other than the little donations where people send in seven dollars and twenty dollars and even, you know, in some cases, hundreds of dollars. All I will do, on some occasions, I will do a meet and greet.”

Anna Teasley came to the event as an undecided voter. She coowns a paper distribution business with her husband in Easley, a suburb of Greenville, where she’s lived for the last 30 years. Teasley says she came to the event out of “curiosity.”

“It bothers me,” Teasley said when asked about Trump’s interactions with Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. “It seems almost like an attack. But that’s Trump. He is who he is. I think that might’ve been a little bit aggressive.”


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