Last week Donald Trump held a rally in New Hampshire where he talked about bringing jobs back to New Hampshire from Mexico. Trump put it this way:

We’re going to have businesses that used to be in New Hampshire, that are now in Mexico, come back to New Hampshire. And, you can tell them to go (blank) themselves.

Some people would say Donald Trump is unpresidential? Maybe, but he has been saying it since 1987:

HAMPTON, N.H. — The shiny black French-made helicopter landed at the grassy airfield in southern New Hampshire on the morning of October 22, 1987. Out stepped Donald Trump. The 41-year-old real estate mogul from New York wore a scarlet tie and a navy blue suit and slipped into a rented limousine. …

Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign is often derided as a seat-of-the-pants affair, driven by publicity and surrounded by a fog of improvised policy ideas. But to an extent that would shock anyone who wasn’t there, Trump’s speech in 1987 forecast exactly the worldview that would catapult him to surprise GOP front-runner status in this year’s race. His speech was nativist and isolationist, an angry, gloomy rant about America losing out in a dangerous world. His message of failure—American failure—has been remarkably constant since that moment 28 years ago, with one twist: Back then, the sitting president wasn’t Barack Obama. It was Ronald Reagan.

We must admit that it’s sort of a breath of fresh air. It needs to be said. By the way, Trump never used the word fuck in this speech (he just paused) even if everybody knew what he wanted to say. Today FOX News ran a clip of Trump from last week’s rally. But they bleeped him out to make it look like he said “f*ck” when he never said it!

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[1] Hunter Wallace, Trump: Tell The Globalists To Go Fuck Themselves, Occidental Dissent, February 5, 2016
[2] Trump: Tell The Globalists To Go F@##@ Themselves, Right.is, Friday, February 5, 2016 11:40

 

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