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Devil_Inside_the_Beltway_frontcoverMandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript“I also have in today’s Pile of Prep a couple stories that cover this feud between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush.  We talked about this a little in the last hour when I reiterated that despite what the polls currently say, Trump cannot be the Republican nominee.  Jeb Bush is talking more and more every day like he is going to be.”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Mike:  I also have in today’s Pile of Prep a couple stories that cover this feud between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush.  We talked about this a little in the last hour when I reiterated that despite what the polls currently say, Trump cannot be the Republican nominee.  Jeb Bush is talking more and more every day like he is going to be — as I told you he was going to be — that he is going to be the nominee.  How can he possibly know that?  Gee, I wonder how.  And that it can’t be Donald Trump.  This sit he part I love.  Do you know what the latest Republican elite tactic is?  We heard this clip earlier today.  Jake Tapper asked Jeb Bush: What do you make of this headline from some Republicans that say that Hillary Clinton would mop the floor, would trounce Trump in a general election?  This is the latest attack here.  This is the latest circle the wagons and defend the war caucus.  We’ll do it by now animating that he’s unelectable.  He can’t beat Hillary.

Folks, if you’re paying attention to public affairs, you must know and you must have come to the conclusion that even though Mrs. Clinton has had eight years to polish her debating performances, and has had eight years to practice smiling to try and convince people that she’s actually happy and actually likes them — she needs a Sally Field moment, [mocking] “You like me!  Hillary likes me!”  No, she doesn’t like you.  She has to pretend like she likes you because you stand between her — well, so the story goes anyways — between her and the White House.  I am amused, as should you be, by this latest tactic.  Trump can’t beat Hillary.

[reading]

The feud between GOP frontrunner Donald Trump and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush that erupted again on Friday did not come up in Trump’s rally in Massachusetts Friday evening,

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but it did pick up afterwards over social media. [Mike: If you saw it on the internet, then it must be true, right? Wait till you hear the rest of this.]

Trump led a rally on Friday evening in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts, roughly a 45-minute drive from Boston. He did not address comments he had made in an interview with Bloomberg earlier in the day, in which he had said, “When you talk about George Bush, I mean, say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time.”

Bush had responded by calling Trump “pathetic” over Twitter and said that his brother had “kept us safe.”

After the event, Trump ignored questions from reporters, but that did not stop him from responding on Twitter later. [Mike: Can you believe that the office of the presidency has now been reduced to a war of 132 characters as words? But I’m the one that’s not serious any longer. Ha! That’s a joke.]

His fervent crowds showed up even in a traditionally Democratic state. His comments today didn’t seem to dampen the enthusiasm.

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Donald TrumpMike:  You get the gist of this.  If we go to one of the alleged distributors of all the conservative, red state, right side of the aisle truth that’s out there — that’s a joke in and of itself.  If we go to RedState.com, we’ll find this, “Trump’s Attack on GWB Is Soft Trutherism.”  Notice now, ladies and gentlemen, that the inside-the-party insiders are now the ones that are in a panic and are trying to dispense with the candidacy and the threat that is Trump.  Jay Caruso writing at RedState — someone sent this to me because I do not go to this site on a regular basis, not in my prep regimen.  That’s not a knock on RedState.  The idea that party politics is going to fix this disaster that we’re currently living among is quite possibly the greatest deceitful lie that hath been told since the serpent told Eve to eat the fruit.

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If we sat around, adding up all of the stupid things Donald Trump has said, we’d be here for hours and hours going over it and that would just be over what he said the previous month. Not content with his usual bombast, Trump decided to go full stupid and attack George W. Bush over 9/11, essentially assigning him blame merely because he was in office at the time of the attacks. In an interview with Bloomberg Television. Trump didn’t need much prompting to open his mouth and insert his foot.

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Mike:  We have this audio, don’t we?

Paul:  Yes, we do.

Mike:  Roll the audio.  Rather than me read it, let’s hear it as it actually happened, that way I don’t get accused, [mocking] “You were putting words in his mouth!”

[start audio file]

Stephanie Ruhle: In order to be the President of the United States, you have to be a leader in so many ways. We haven’t seen your soft hand. We’ve seen your offense, but George W. Bush had to stand in front of America after 9/11, Barack Obama did after Sandy Hook. Help us understand who Donald Trump is as a man. I need to know that you will make us feel safe and you will make us feel proud.

Donald Trump: I think I have a bigger heart than all of them. I think I’m much more competent than all of them. When you talk about George Bush, and say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time.

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Mike:  Pause it.  We’ll play the whole clip.  Hold on for just a second here.  What is she addressing, a room full of kindergarteners?  What is this, nursery school?  Will you hug us and will you make us feel safe?  Will you tell us it’s all going to be okay?  That’s what presidents do.  What is that?  Did you hear that question?  What is the president, Superman, because he’s got a missile-launching code?  I must say, this is quite offensive.  That question sums up the great error of our day.  It sums it all up.  As a matter of fact, why don’t we just go back — Congress ought to meet and they ought to scrub all the references in the Constitution, scrub every reference in there to militia.  You should even scrub out Article I, Section 8, organizing of the commanders and the Army and all that other stuff.  Just tell Congress they’re all fired.  We don’t need them anyways.  We have Superman who’s going to hug us, who’s going to hold us, make us feel safe.  Maybe if the same intransigent, prideful, arrogant, bombastic fools that have previously been president hadn’t of done all the hyperbolic, proud, unjust actions across the world, maybe everybody wouldn’t hate us so much.  Maybe the world wouldn’t despise us so much.

Of course, there is always that: Yeah, what about Islam?  What about Islam?  Islam has been hating on Christians since Islam has been Islam, since Muhammed.  There’s nothing new about that.

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They hated Christians before there was ever a white star on a blue field on any flag.  What does that have to do about anything?  Go back and let the audience hear the entire clip again.

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Stephanie Ruhle: In order to be the President of the United States, you have to be a leader in so many ways. We haven’t seen your soft hand. We’ve seen your offense, but George W. Bush had to stand in front of America after 9/11, Barack Obama did after Sandy Hook. Help us understand who Donald Trump is as a man. I need to know that you will make us feel safe and you will make us feel proud.

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Donald Trump: I think I have a bigger heart than all of them. I think I’m much more competent than all of them. When you talk about George Bush, and say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time.

Ruhle:  Hold on, you can’t blame George Bush for that.

Trump:  He was president. Blame him or don’t blame him, but he was the president. The World Trade Center came down during his reign. If you look at Sandy Hook, those people still are begging for help. It is a disaster, and it is a disaster all over the place. Government has proven to be a disaster during the Obama administration. What we need is a leader. We don’t have a leader.

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