Mr. Trump: How To Win The Next Two Debates And The White House

By  Frosty Wooldridge

Americans cringed through the last eight years of one of the worst presidents in U.S. history:  Barack Hussein Obama.  Reality check: he wasn’t a part of our country, our culture or our ethos.  He grew up with Muslim parents, along with the Quran’s teachings in his first 11 years of school when he lived in Indonesia.

In eight years, he’s created the greatest racial divide experienced in this country since the Detroit riots in 1968.  He seeded this country with hundreds of thousands of Muslims bent on overwhelming our country with Sharia Law.  He created 20 million more food stamp recipients because of lack of jobs.  He emasculated our military.  He embarrassed us around the world.  Obama features 10 Islamic activists in the White House—all of them working to destroy our U.S. Constitution.  Obama completely obliterated our borders as he stopped all immigration enforcement as illustrated by this video:

The Obama Immigration Policy Timeline Wrecking Ball: Summary:

He opened our borders to Muslim jihadists from the Boston Marathon to St. Cloud, Washington to Minneapolis, Minnesota to San Bernardino, California to Orlando, Florida—and more in the coming months.

Right on his tail feathers, Hillary Clinton promises to bring in 110,000 Muslim refugees within the first year of her presidency.  She expects to amnesty up to 31,000,000 (million) illegal aliens.  She promises to open our borders to anyone.

Mr. Trump, we will not survive this immigration invasion both legal and illegal. 

Therefore, I hope millions of readers take this commentary to Trump’s coaches in order to defeat Hillary’s masked subterfuge in the next two debates.  Mr. Trump, if you don’t win those debates and the White House, we face losing our country. 

Five big “to do” rules of engagement with Hillary Clinton:

1.   Do not interrupt her during her two minutes of time.  You interrupted her 18 times in the first debate during her two-minute segments.  It made you look like a 6thgrader.   It shows you don’t respect “Robert’s Rules of Order.”  It turns a debate into a free-for-all.  It demeans you and destroys your credibility with the public.  Even if you won, you lost.  Our country cannot afford to lose to Hillary.

2.   Do not get into a pi**ing match over trivial matters.  Stay on point.  Remain as cool as Sean “James Bond” Connery.  Move toward your objective and make your policy points.  Speak with authority.  Maintain your offensive game plan because you are the Peyton Manning and Tom Brady of America.  They NEVER go on defense.  You don’t need to brag about your company or real estate or anything. This is not about you.  Tell what you will do for the American people.  Spell out by the numbers what you are going to do to create jobs, lower the debt, defend our country, stop illegal immigration, change trade agreements for Americans first, insure African-Americans enjoy jobs and all other issues that need your attention.

3.   Do not waste time attacking her.  Everyone knows she’s a lifetime liar, incompetent and a power monger.  Point out what you will do to get black, white and brown Americans working by changing incongruent trade deals, jobs for inner cities in building homes, paving streets, infrastructure and community services.  Tell how you won’t drag this country into ‘forever’ wars.  Tell how you will pay down our $20 trillion debt.

4.   You MUST inform the American people that you will stop all illegal immigration, enforce employment laws internally and build a fence-wall that will keep out drugs, terrorists and cartels.  Tell how you will track visa-overstays and deport them.  Tell the American people how you will bring a 10-year ban on all immigration because it’s not benefiting our country, our language and our culture.  Give the costs of  $346 billion annually across 15 federal agencies to take care of immigrants—legal and illegal—all out of our pockets. Inform Americans how that would increase with Hillary’s bringing in millions of Muslim immigrants from Africa and the Middle East.

5.   When the moderator asks a stupid question, tell him or her that the question does not deserve any answer.  “Give me a question that applies to making America great again.”

If you stick with this game plan, you will beat Hillary with ease. She cannot stand up to the facts, to integrity and to her sordid past.

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3 Responses to Mr. Trump: How To Win The Next Two Debates And The White House

  1. The best recommendations I have read so far.


  2. Ron W says:

    Excellent advice! If possible, get it to The Donald!


  3. weavercht says:

    The key to winning is for Trump to highlight how mass immigration and guest workers both lower wage pressures. Also, America-last trade sends our capital overseas, resulting again in lower wage pressures.

    At root: US labour is too expensive, and we’re in a political battle between owners of capital vs. labour.

    Additionally, monetary policy inflates our real wages away though they nominally grow.

    Trump needs to clarify that he is not like the Republicans of the past who justified lower wages. Instead, he is the real middle class champion. This requires a slap in the face to GOP orthodoxy. Trump needs to turn his back on “conservatives” somewhat to embrace populism. Embrace higher wages through the market.

    Hillary claims downward wage pressure is the result of robotisation. But the true culprits are Obama and Hillary’s policies (ZIRP, QE, Trade, Immigration, Guest Workers, Wasted Foreign Spending).

    She wants to further impoverish workers while repaying some of this with government spending, making citizens dependent on the government. Additionally, she wants to dump more trillions overseas. And under ZIRP, there is malinvestment, resulting in wasted investment.

    The old “conservative” arguments alone cannot defeat Hillary. An infusion of populism is needed. And though Trump must appeal to conservatives by offering less spending than Hillary, he cannot allow himself to be pulled down into their world. Hillary will crush a laissez faire argument. This is not the National Review Cold War “Right”.

    Infuse populism: Meaning a focus on domestic spending rather than foreign spending and a focus on improving wages. Trump, not HIllary, is the true champion of reducing the wealth gap.

    Early in a debate Trump said he thought wages were too high in the US, but what he meant is that such makes it difficult for the US to compete for investment. So, Trump is always thinking in US vs. world terms, which is good. Nevertheless, he lost some Democrat support with this comment. Never tell populists you think wages are too high.


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