By Walid Shoebat
I have the best answer on what Trump should say during the debates tomorrow and how to win the debate and how to answer the media on “HOW will you do this” and “HOW will you do that”.
Trump was right in dodging O’Reilly’s question on “how will you do it?”
In order to build a wall or destroy ISIS, a President needs not to be an engineer, an accountant, an economist, a professor or a sleazy politician during a debate. All Trump needs to do is give one-line witty answers like “a leader hires the right people to give the detail. I built buildings and I am not an engineer while Obamacare built a high-rise worth of papers”.
Solomon build the Temple in Jerusalem by hiring the best and so did Trump build his Trump Empire by hiring the best and by being a tough negotiator. This is what the Apprentice was all about. The Donald proved it. Thats enough for me.
It is not “how” but “how determined” are the American people in wanting to take their country back from lying politicians. This is the crux of the Trump message and the masses are flocking.
Trump already proved he is determined in running and has proved all the critics wrong. So why should we believe these same critics who want us to doubt that Trump wants to make America “great again”?
All what Trump has to do in these debates is to say “I will hire the right people for the job, instead of these morons who run U.S. politics, haven’t you watched The Apprentice?”.
Trump proved by his managerial skills how to create jobs and his own Trump Empire proves it. It takes is a leader, a motivator and a stubborn man to make success happen. I am not looking for a professor, we had one (Obama) and its a disaster. I am looking for a leader who will state what he wants changed and worry about the details later.
No matter what Trump says on “how he will do things”, the media will find lousy critics with right titles as “experts”.
Trump explaining “how” in detail is not the right approach in a debate and no matter what he says, the media will nit-pick.
Here is one perfect example. Trump says that if he is president, that he will order the bombing of the ISIS oil-fields to only have CNN’s Anderson Cooper, in order to bash his ideas, bring in an “expert”, Lt. General Mark Hertling who says that bombing ISIS oil-fields is a catastrophe. Yet on a different story (see video after) when Obama ordered the bombing of certain oil-fields, this same Hertling agreed.
If you want to watch a total contradiction, here is CNN’s Anderson Cooper, then Cooper with Hertling, both are doing a number on Trump-bashing:
Now look at the interview with this same sleazy general on France24 when Obama finally nailed Abu Sayyaf, the ISIS-oil-minister and the U.S military targeted ISIS’s oil-fields. Here is the same Lieutenant General Hertling (Heart-lying) confirming it was a great strategy:
Here he says “its an important raid” and “it will have an effect on ISIS …”
Hertling is talking about the destruction of ISIS’s oil-fields.
CNN itself, when it published regarding the killing of Abu Sayyaf and the bombing of ISIS oil-fields by Obama’s orders, brought in Michael Weiss, author of “ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror” who said he was:
“skeptical the United States would risk lives to capture the head of ISIS’s oil operations. ISIS hasn’t made significant money from captured oil fields since U.S. bombers began striking its infrastructure, he said.”
So when Trump suggests to bomb ISIS oil-fields, CNN brings in one Heart-lying bastard, yet when Obama does it, CNN brings Weiss to uplift another lying bastard: Obama.
This type of journalism is exactly what Trump complained about which is the usual politics.
Donald Trump in the CNN interview told Cooper regarding Hertling: “I am a better general than the general that you’re talking about.” This sounds like a real president. When Trump becomes president, he will say “Heart-lying, your fired”.
As far as building the wall, all Trump has to do is to say: “Look at Israel, if they built a wall, so can we, next question please”.