RICK MORAN @ PJM: NO, THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN ISN'T OVER
TRUMP---ZERO CHANCE I'LL QUIT
ON PENCE FROM CNBC: Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence,
was "beside himself" and his wife was furious, according to a person
familiar with their thinking. That person spoke on the condition of
anonymity, because they were not authorized to share the private
In public, Pence ignored questions shouted by reporters in Rossford, Ohio, where he was campaigning with his daughter.
BROADDRICK: Bill Clinton's actions speak louder than Donald Trump's words
THIS LATEST CRUDE FLAP WITH BILLY BUSH, IS A BRIDGE TOO FAR FOR DONALD TRUMP'S PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.
IT'S OVER FOR TRUMP. (OR IS IT?) NO WAY HE CAN REGAIN ANY SEMBLANCE OF PRESIDENTIAL DEMEANOR. (OR CAN HE?) THE WOMAN VOTE WILL BE IN SHREDS.
TIME FOR DONALD TO QUIT. (OR CAN HE AT THIS POINT, EVEN IF HE WANTS TO)
I said it before, after the first debate and I'll say it again: Trump. Will. Never. Be. POTUS.
Yes, I know this hot mic tape with Billy Bush in 2005 is typical, puerile male locker room talk---spoken by chest-thumping males billions of times a day down through the eons. It's probably nothing compared to Bill Clinton's sexual conquests and braggadocios talk.
Nevertheless, this expose will render Trump's campaign D O A. Fini. Done. No apology will change this turn-of-events.(Trump apologizes, says he was wrong.) He should quit immediately and let Mike Pence take the reins of the campaign. Conservatives will jump at warp speed on a Pence finish.
While we're at it, I think Clinton should quit too. Keeping both these low-lifes and their spouses out of the White House would be the best thing that could ever happen to America.