Donald Trump will hover nearby while the people of Nevada vote for one of the Democratic candidates on Saturday. He plans a rally to take some of the attention away from the caucus. Already 77,000 people have taken advantage of the state’s early voting. That is almost an equal match to the entire vote tally last year. So what is the Donald and his close circle of barbed-wire advisers intending next?
Democrats had their most exciting debate Wednesday. It was former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s first time on the debate stage, although he had already spent have a billion dollars on a very effective ad campaign. He was not very good.
Trump had little to say after staying awake to hear the entire stirring debate and the following analysis. Give him time. He did manage to jump onto TV America This Week and The New York Times best-selling author, Eldon Katz’s clarion cry against the Washington Post columnist’s spelling.
His point was clear, but the wrong point:
‘To be fair, Bloombefg was not the candidate who just had the worst debate performance in modern history, Bloomberg was.’
In all fairness, “Bloombefg” was a typo, and journalists do not typically write their own headlines or proof their writing. Still, the Washington Post columnist should have checked her spelling, because people have been noticing that rather than her excellent point:
Still, Rubin should have checked her tweet before sending it out over the internet:
‘.@JRubinBloggern(Jennifer Rubin), the wacko “conservative” of the @washingtonpost, must learn how to spell the name Bloomberg before it is too late & he is gone!’
Twitter world exploded after Trump’s first tweet. He called it poor spelling, because he is such a good speller — not. Americans responded below. Check them out:
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