View Poll Results: Are you more or less likely to vote for the Donald.

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  • I am a republican and more likely to vote for him

    3 13.04%
  • I am a democrat and more likely to vote for him

    0 0%
  • I am independent and more likely to vote for him

    1 4.35%
  • I am "other" and more likely to vote for him

    2 8.70%
  • I am a republican and less likely to vote for him

    1 4.35%
  • I am a democrat and less likely to vote for him

    5 21.74%
  • I am independent and less likely to vote for him

    6 26.09%
  • I am "other" and less likely to vote for him

    2 8.70%
  • I am not American but I would never vote for him, ever.

    2 8.70%
  • I am not American but golly, I wish I got vote for him. Trump 2016!!!!

    1 4.35%
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Thread: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    Why does Trump remind me of Gadhafi?


    Trump is a troll. But I find myself agreeing with him about Jeb and Marco. He said the moment he lost all confidence in Rubio was when he went he went for the bottled water during the most important speech of his life. It was pretty funny.....



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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    Quote Originally Posted by Moot View Post
    He said the moment he lost all confidence in Rubio was when he went he went for the bottled water during the most important speech of his life. It was pretty funny.....
    He's a deep thinker, that Donnie, isn't he?
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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    Quote Originally Posted by Andalublue View Post
    He's a deep thinker, that Donnie, isn't he?

    At least he does. I'm beginning to wonder about the rest of the pack. It took Jeb several days to answer a simple question about Iraq.

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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    I think Bill Maher will go wild over Trump throwing his hat into the ring of an already overflowing republican candidate pool, I think he is going to crucify him.
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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaman View Post
    Saw Jeb on TV and he could not keep a straight face when Trump was mentioned. I think he knows that Trump will make a laughing stock of the whole Republican field and I agree.Trump makes it quite clear and in your face how insane and out of touch the true ideals of the Republican party are. As far as risk taking, Trump has nothing to lose and everything to gain from the notoriety his "candidacy" will bring. It will be short lived though because he will never officially file because of the financial disclosure requirement.
    I hadn't thought about that. He freely states his net worth, but a number of anti-trump or the Trump-envy group have always thought he was overstating his wealth. But I don't think he has to declare until he is the nominee does he? So he could make it all the way to the convention.
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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    Trump could sexually molest a puppy and I wouldn't be any less likely to vote for him than I am now.

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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    I wasn't going to vote for him before, I have no interest in voting for him now and I don't care what he had to say. Where's that option?
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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    it made no difference, the chance he gets my vote remains at 0

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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlbqOwl View Post
    I hadn't thought about that. He freely states his net worth, but a number of anti-trump or the Trump-envy group have always thought he was overstating his wealth. But I don't think he has to declare until he is the nominee does he? So he could make it all the way to the convention.
    No. Trump must file within 30 days of the announcement that he is a candidate. We will see soon enough if he is serious.

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    Re: Are you more or less likely to vote Trump after his speech from last night?

    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaman View Post
    No. Trump must file within 30 days of the announcement that he is a candidate. We will see soon enough if he is serious.
    Well you made me look it up and you are more right than I was. But according to this short explanation the filing can be sufficiently vague that it might not be a problem for the Donald.

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