CNN BLOODBATH: Trump Demolishes ‘Nasty’ Town Hall Moderator (Recap & Highlights)

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FILE - Former President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event at the South Carolina Statehouse, Jan. 28, 2023, in Columbia, S.C. Trump is again threatening to skip a presidential debate. The former president has been publicly complaining about the Republican National Committee debates scheduled to start in August, suggesting in interviews and social media posts his poll numbers are so high he has no reason to compete with the rest of the field. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

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NEW HAMPSHIRE (VIN PODCAST) — President Trump’s Town Hall on CNN was truly epic and entertaining.

It was a huge win for Trump, and an embarrassment for ‘fake news’ CNN.

Trump was strong. His points were clear and spot on. The adoring crowd loved virtually everything Trump said and cheered loudly, while showing dislike and disdain for rookie moderator Kaitlin Collins.

Collins was flustered, confused, and kept interrupting Trump and trying to correct him. She was condescending, talking to Trump as though he were a child.

Never one to take criticism silently, Trump called her a ‘nasty person’.

LISTEN TO YAAKOV M’S RECAP AND ANALYSIS (INCLUDING CLIPS AND HIGHLIGHTS) >>

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Klaphois
Klaphois
9 months ago

Yaakov M once again charges into the fray in willful blindness. The moderator was sharp and astute. The questions she asked were to the point. Trump looked like a bumbling fool when he was pressed about his documents and he tried to draw a parallel between his documents and Pence’s and Biden’s documents. When the moderator tried to point out that they surrendered the documents when asked to do so, while he ignored the multiple requests to turn over the documents, Trump had zero to say and had to buy some time to think of something, so in his usual “nasty” fashion he called the moderator “a nasty person”. Anybody who has a shred of honesty left was able to recognize how Trump was struggling.

Nachum
Nachum
9 months ago

I watched the Town Hall meeting in its entirety; I don’t think that it was that bad. Kaitlan Collins was very professional, and kept her cool. Regarding, Trump, let us just state that Trump was Trump. To his credit, he stated that he will probably not pardon all of the rioters from Jan. 6th, including those who went overboard. I agreed with his remark regarding the death of Ashley Babbitt, and the U.S. Capitol cop who killed her. She was unarmed, and did not pose an imminent threat of death or bodily harm to others. He didn’t have to kill her.

Phineas
Phineas
9 months ago

I didn’t watch it but from what I read, most think he did not come off well at all and said everything they predicted he would say when he starts ranting.

Of course, there are plenty of people who think he was good, bottom line: He didn’t move the needle with this appearance.

Common Sense
Common Sense
9 months ago

Wow, Trump can do no wrong in your eyes? In my eyes he looked flustered and delusional several moments during the town hall. Definitely not his best performance.

Sephardicpride
Sephardicpride
9 months ago

And your avodah Zarah worship of your orange haired G-d continues.

Face Facts
Face Facts
9 months ago

Conservative, capitalist BBC reports Republicans, incl DeSanta hammer Trump on squalid “performance” on CNN.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-65563992

Paul Near Philadelphia
Paul Near Philadelphia
9 months ago

President Trump really does have a way of dealing with women. No wonder he is always in court.

Anon
Anon
9 months ago

A huge win? We must have been watching two different Town Halls.

Paul Near Philadelphia
Paul Near Philadelphia
9 months ago

So President Trump required a crowd friendly to him. How do you think he would do in the real world?

anonymous
anonymous
9 months ago

Low ratings, lots of lies and insults, deflecting answers instead of answering the lady, no policy statements. Just kvetching he’s a victim, and the dog ate his homework.