For example, which deserves more dinner table discussion or type space, the fact that area leaders are engaged in a battle royale over Mayor Andy Berke's beleaguered Violence Reduction Initiative, or that Donald Trump is now attempting to drag Heidi Cruz's name through the mud as a way to smear her husband, Ted?
Speaking to Mashable, longtime Republican strategist Christine Matthews stated that the frontrunner's comments and views about women could cost them dearly come the election when it comes to female voters.
"I look forward to spending the week in Wisconsin, winning the Republican nomination and ultimately the Presidency in order to Make America Great Again". "No need to 'spill the beans'" read the caption. At the first GOP debate in August, Trump berated Kelly for asking him about past insults of women and jokingly waved away having called actress Rosie O'Donnell a "fat pig". Club for Growth launched a $1 million TV and digital ad buy set to start airing on Saturday.
You know, it doesn't really matter what they write as long as you've got a young and beautiful piece of ass", Trump told Esquire in 1991. Doré, however, said that was not going to happen. It's been easy to write about him.
The National Enquirer could not immediately be reached for comment on the story.
Trump hasn't campaigned for a week, said Cruz, but instead, he's "been hiding in Trump Tower. He tried to find a way to change the subject". "It was about Ted Cruz".
Bratton continued, "We do not 'patrol and secure' neighborhoods based on selective enforcement because of race or religion, nor will we use the police and an occupying force to intimidate a populace or a religion to appease the provocative chatter of politicians seeking to exploit fear". "Lyin' Ted Cruz just used a picture of Melania from a G.Q. shoot in his ad", Trump tweeted on Tuesday night.
An American Media spokesperson said in a statement to CNN that "no one influences" the tabloid magazine's reporting "other than our own reporters and editors".
"I realized I was wrong", Ryan said of his prior description of more than half of Americans as lazy freeloaders. And what is striking is Donald's henchman, Roger Stone, had for months been foreshadowing that this attack was coming.