Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, in Mesa, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Courageous Conservatives is a political action committee that supports Ted Cruz and other conservative candidates who support Conservative principles and defend the Constitution of the United States. It has just released a new video weighing in on Donald Trump’s New York values, which Sen. Ted Cruz has made a major issue by turning the Donald’s words against him. As Cruz has been doing the Courageous Conservatives PAC uses Trump’s own words against him. Watch the video:
Fred Dicker: What is it going to mean for Donald Trump to have Bill de Blasio as Mayor?”
Donald Trump: “He’s a smart guy that knows what’s going on really big league and I think he is not going to want to destroy New York.”
Voice Over: That was Donald Trump a little over two years ago, endorsing PC Socialist Bill de Blasio for New York Mayor.
Donald Trump: “I think pretty strongly that he’ll end up being a good mayor, maybe a very good mayor.”
Voice Over: De Blasio ran on class warfare, sanctuary cities and ending stop and frisk. De Blasio’s sided with looters and cop killers against the police, with teachers unions against schoolchildren and with PC liberals to let the homeless run wild on city streets.
Donald Trump: “I think he is going to want to make New York great.”
Voice Over: So just why did Trump endorse Bill de Blasio?
Donald Trump: “He actually said some very nice things about me at a recent cocktail party I was told by somebody and I thought that was very nice.”
That’s right, Trump supported Bill de Blasio because Trump was told by somebody that de Blasio said some very nice things about him at a cocktail party. That’s basically the same reason Trump calls Putin a real leader. Yes, Trump is apparently that shallow.
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