October 11, 2016

Of all the Trump surrogates and hires, the winner of "most influential" is obviously Breitart's own Steve Bannon.

And Trump did go "Full Bannon" this week.

After the sex tape was made public, many of his closest advisors told him to apologize, stick to the topic and seem contrite about his past actions. Instead, an angry Donald released a ninety-second video tape and went on the most vile attack streak of any presidential candidate in the history of American politics.

NJ Gov. Chris Christie, even though is still supporting his pal, said as much this morning while guest hosting on the Boomer & Carton Show, a sports talk-radio show on WFAN.

Christie said the apology Trump made was not good enough, "should have been much more focused on just saying I'm sorry and only I'm sorry and that's what I would have done."

During a Monday night rally in Pennsylvanian, Donald Trump kept on the offensive and attacked the TV networks and the Clintons for his own past horrific behavior.

Just like a child with a silver spoon in his mouth would do.

Trump played the victim card to his raucous supporters and said he was "beaten up for seventy hours on all the networks" for "locker room talk" twelve years ago, but I just said inappropriate words..."

And then he attacked Bill and Hillary Clinton.

He said without proof, "And Hillary Clinton attacked those women viciously - more viciously than he attacked them"

Trump continued, "If they want to release more tapes saying inappropriate things, we'll continue to talk about Bill and Hillary Clinton doing inappropriate things -- there are so many of them, folks."

In the tape, Trump described in detail how he sexually assaults women he finds beautiful. And then was very sexually creepy to actress Arianne Zucker, after he exited the buss with Billy Bush.

Donald cried about the hypocrisy of the media for ignoring Bill Clinton's past behavior, even though it was the most discussed and reported political scandal in the past two decades.winch included Republican special prosecutors.

But Trump makes believe that never happened because CNN is mean to him.

Donald Trump has turned this presidential election into one long Michael Savage AM hate radio monologue. Trump is highly likely to lose this election, but look what Steve Bannon has won.

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