In case you missed it, Donald Trump isn’t fond of Mexico. Or Mexicans.
He thinks Mexico is complicit in working to send millions of their poor and their criminal element to the US.
The Donald is, well …
And he wants to strike back .
Donald Trump is now advocating a US boycott of Mexico.
“I’m not going to Mexico. And I don’t think anybody from this country [should],” Trump said on the Rita Cosby WABC radio show.
“I think we should boycott Mexico, frankly.”
He blasted the Mexican government and court system as corrupt.
There’s no word on how Mr. Trump feels about the Obama administration.
He’s taking heat from all sides for calling Mexican illegal aliens “drug runners and rapists,” and we think he mischaracterized Mexican illegals. He left out “murderers.”
It seems that The Donald has struck a chord with Americans because, while he takes heat from the political class and the media, he’s pulling away at the top of the Republican primary sweepstakes with a nine point lead over Scott Walker and a ten point margin over Jeb Bush in the latest round of polling.
We don’t think that will hold because deep in his heart (assuming he has one) The Donald is no conservative.
“I want healthcare for everyone,” Trump said, sounding more like President Barack Obama. “We have to take care of people that really can’t take care of themselves.
“You can say that’s not a conservative way,” he acknowledged. “Well, if it’s not, that’s going to be a problem for me.”
Donald, it’s going to be a big problem for you. So will the big donations you’ve given to Hillary and the Clinton Foundation over the years. Oh, and why was she in the front row of your last wedding?
The Donald is a distraction. The media loves him because he’s essentially a fruit-loop and he gives them headlines they can pin to all Republicans while trying to avoid any discussion of the Hillary Meltdown.