Trump: I Don’t Want David Duke’s Endorsement

Donald Trump Addresses GOP Lincoln Day Event In Michigan

DONALD TRUMP says he isn’t interested in the endorsement of David Duke, who praised the GOP presidential hopeful earlier this week on his radio show.

“I don’t need his endorsement; I certainly wouldn’t want his endorsement,” Trump said during an interview with Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. He added: “I don’t need anyone’s endorsement.”

Asked whether he would repudiate the endorsement, Trump said “Sure, I would if that would make you feel better.”

Duke sang Trump’s praises on his radio show last week — calling him the “best of the lot” of GOP contenders. Duke isn’t the only “white supremacist” expressing support for Trump. The New Yorker reported earlier this week that the white-nationalist website VDARE touted Trump as “the first figure with the financial, cultural and economic resources to openly defy elite consensus.”

Trump, however, doesn’t appear to be concerned that he’s attracting these kinds of fans.

“A lot of people like me,” he said. “Republicans like me, liberals like me. Everybody likes me.”

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Source: Politico

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3 September, 2015 7:49 am

Donald Trump is a more interesting (ostentatious) wrapped gift, a little larger than the others and meant toplease us all, if one is still accepting their surprise gifts.

But when all the colourful wrapping is torn off and the gift is open , it will be the same empty box.

Fooled again!

3 September, 2015 11:22 am

Well that was crass.

A three time bankrupt gambling magnate with ZOG so far down his bill slot, his ego takes on the size of a dirigible to keep himself afloat. Dr. Dukes’s generous encouragement “The best of the lot” also frames the broader truth.

mike grey
mike grey
4 September, 2015 1:46 pm

Trump answers to his Jewish bosses, one in particular is Michael Dezer, his real estate guru (and boss) in South Florida with whom he proclaimed himself a ‘visionary’ when they both gobbled up the quaint art deco motels on N. Collins Ave., tore them down, and replaced them with beachfront monster skyscrapers. The odd thing is that Duke’s phrases and the rhythm of his broadcasts is heavily woven into Trump’s and Dezer’s rhetoric and propaganda speeches. Does Duke have a secret following?