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Friday, September 16, 2016
Fallon, Trump, and The Audience
Jimmy Fallon interviewed Trump last night. Trump let him mess up his hair in the second video below, but what do you make of the audience reactions in this first clip? Surprised the heck out of me:
Heard on the radio this afternoon that the Left is EXCORIATING Fallon for having had so much fun with an affable Trump. And that Hillary has now inserted herself onto Fallon's show tonight.
Have to admit, Trump made a brilliant move, both in getting on this show and letting Fallon do that to his hair. Made himself human to a boatload of people. With a sense of humor. And in beating Hillary to it (the real sense of humor), now she has to play catch-up, second-fiddle and what could she possibly do that would top Trump letting Fallon muss up his infamous hair? Not a single thing. She doesn't know how to relate to "ordinary people," and her idea of amusement? I really don't think she has ever had a real sense of humor, certainly not a truly self-deprecating one as Trump displayed last night.
I never watched "The Apprentice." Abhorred it and all reality shows (I guess I don't think of "Dancing With The Stars" or "The Biggest Loser" as "reality shows" but rather contest shows). It's interesting that in that first Fallon clip, Trump admits that, had he known he'd really end up running for President, he wouldn't have done all his television shows. He knows--finally--what is and isn't Presidential. Too bad he spent a lot of the campaign acting too much like he was still on "The Apprentice" (which Fallon brilliantly riffs on in his multiple impressions of Trump's changing speaking voice) instead of speaking like he did in his earliest (see below), and now later (aka Trump 2.0), days.
I found the following video awhile ago. Didn't comment on it, as I'd really hoped someone else besides Trump would win the nomination. And I'm still expecting to hold my nose to make a vote for A.B.H. (Anyone But Hillary). But this video is worth watching, now, no matter what you think of the man. Trump's understanding of the economy, of business, of the standing of our country financially and, I think, his real love and concern for our country, come through, particularly in the respect given to him by some heavy-hitters in the financial world. There isn't an American politician out there who understands these things as Trump surely seems to. I was shocked the first time I viewed this; still am, I suspect. The soft-spoken, intelligent discussions in the first half of this video really say something. It's worth the half-hour, but especially the first 15 or so minutes. And forget the stamp INFOWARS on this and the title. I promise: you won't have to endure a single image or sound of Alex Jones:
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