Video---> Trump: Obama Would Get Creamed If He Ran Against Me

In this interview on Greta, Trump explains why he doesn't think Hillary will get the Dem nomination, that it may be Joe Biden instead

Donald Trump went "On The Record" tonight and blasted President Obama's claim that he would win a third term as commander-in-chief if he could run again.

"I actually think I'm a pretty good president," Obama said during his address before the African Union on Tuesday. "I believe if I ran again, I could win."

"I think he would fail miserably if he ran again. I would beat him so easily," Trump told Greta Van Susteren. "Obama would get creamed if he ran again."

Trump added that he actually would love to run against Obama.


VIDEO---> Democrat Jan Schakowsy "Concerned" That Group Behind Planned Parenthood Videos Is Not Being Investigated

Today on MSNBC's Alex Wagner- Guest is far-left lib Jan Schakowsy. The discuss the 3rd undercover video that was released today

Oh yeah---
Planned Parenthood is on video talking about the sale of baby body parts for profit.
But the Center For Medical Progress may have used fake drivers licenses when they conducted their undercover videos - And that my friends, is criminal. So she has asked the DOJ to investigate. She says Justice is now reviewing the undercover videos.


Report: Scott Walker to Skip Florida Primary

'Not sure if that is such a good idea. Obviously, Team Walker thinks Bush-Rubio will run 1-2 in Florida but it's not like Scott Walker is at the bottom of the pack. In the latest Mason Dixon poll, Walker was taking 13%, in 3rd place behind Jeb Bush with 28% and Marco Rubio (2nd) with 16%.

Bloomberg reported:
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker said at private event in St. Louis that he’ll focus on Midwestern states with primaries around same time, including Mo., Ill. and Ohio, RealClearPolitics reports, citing people present during his remarks
Walker says it doesn’t make sense for him to try to compete in Fla. with opponents Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush, who are from the state, according to second person present at event 
•NOTE: Fla., Mo., Ill. and Ohio are all scheduled to hold primary on March 15

•Walker also thinks Republican primary contest could extend into April 2016, according to person at event


Rand Paul on Planned Parenthood Videos: ‘Even Pro-Choice People Are Horrified By This’

Dr. Rand Paul: "As a physician, I watched this video of a physician and her callous sort of disregard for anything human about life"

Sen. Rand Paul, a GOP presidential contender, told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday that the “pro-choice people” he’s talked to are “horrified” by the Planned Parenthood videos released recently which show Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of baby body parts.

“I think even pro-choice people are horrified by this. I know a lot of people on the whole spectrum of the abortion issue. I don't talk to any pro-choice friends who are not horrified by this,” said Paul, a medical doctor.

In the videos, produced by the California-based Center for Medical Progress, pro-life activists pose as potential buyers for a human biologics company.

“Planned Parenthood -- in the videos, where people at Planned Parenthood are talking about fetal tissue research, Planned Parenthood said they did nothing illegal, but you’d like to deny federal funding. How do you plan to do that?” host John Dickerson asked.


Trump Holds a Sizable Lead in New Hampshire -Poll

A new Monmouth University poll has Trump with a 12 point lead over Jeb Bush in NH

A CNN/ORC poll also found Trump leading all Republicans nationally

A new poll has Donald Trump riding high in New Hampshire -- with more than double the support of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush -- while stripping away supporters from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

Almost one quarter of likely Republican primary voters, 24%, said they would pick Trump. That's double the 12% who picked Bush and well above Walker, Christie, Cruz and others who all came in with single-digit support.

"The controversy over comments about John McCain's war service do not appear to have slowed the Trump steamroller," Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute, said in a statement.

The poll of 457 likely voters was taken between July 23 and July 26 and carries a 4.5 percent margin of error.


Intel Chief Clapper Asked About Hillary's Private Email Server: "I'm Not Going There"....Cracks Jokes

Oh yeah, Hillary Clinton setting up a personal email server in her home that contained classified info is a knee-slapper James.

Director of National Intelligence Clapper asked by Andrea Mitchell about Clinton's server during a Q&A, he dodges and tosses in a few jokes.



Poll: Majority of Americans Wants Congress To Reject Iran Nuclear Deal

Despite President Obama's high approval rating, a majority of Americans want Congress to reject the recently-negotiated Iran nuclear deal.

Obama's approval rating sits at 49 percent — the highest it has been since June 2013 — however, 52 percent of Americans say they would like to see Congress reject one of the president's biggest foreign policy accomplishments in recent years. Forty-four percent say it should be approved, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.

A definite partisan gap exists about desires for the nuclear deal with Iran, which was announced earlier this month: 66 percent of Republicans and 55 percent of independents say Congress should reject it. However, roughly six in 10 (61 percent) of Democrats say the deal should be approved.

Fox Nation


Obama on a 3rd Term: 'I Think If I Ran, I Would Win'

President Obama speaking today in Ethiopia believes he could win a third term if the U.S. Constitution allowed. He is probably right. Why? Because the average American voter has no problem with being lied to. Just look at his last 2 elections.
Watch the video here---

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – Four more years? President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he’s confident he could win a third term, if only the Constitution would let him run.

“I actually think I’m a pretty good president. I think if I ran, I could win. But I can’t,” he said.

Obama said that though he’s looking forward to being out of office for the freedom outside of the security bubble it’ll give him and for being able to make more visits to Africa, there is more work he’d like to do in office.

But, he said, “the law’s the law.”

Obama made the remarks in a speech here to the African Union headquarters, contrasting the American system to the many African leaders who hold onto power for decades, usually only leaving because of coups or dying of old age.


VIDEO---> Trump: I Won't Go 3rd Party If I'm 'Treated Fairly' and My Campaign is Not Sabotaged

Hannity asks The Donald to put this one to rest. If you don't get the nomination, will you support and get behind the Republican nominee in 2016.

Trump says he thinks he'll get the nomination, but if he doesn't win, he won't run provided he is "treated fairly, and I get a good fair shot at this" and I'm not being sabotaged with phony ads, I would have no interest in running as an Independent.

But, (it sounds like) if he gets jerked around by the GOP, he's going 3rd party


Judge Napolitano: If General Petraeus Committed a Crime, Then It's 'Obvious' Hillary Clinton Did Too

Napolitano: How Hillary Clinton could say some of these emails were not classified is "inconceivable"

Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to the latest developments in the Hillary Clinton email scandal, saying it's "obvious" that Clinton violated the law in the same way as Gen. David Petraeus.

Clinton told reporters Saturday that she never sent or received classified information via private email when she served as secretary of state, and that the facts on the issue "are pretty clear."

Clinton maintains that any classified information in her private emails was deemed classified after the fact.

The Justice Department is now looking into what information was exchanged on Clinton's private server. The probe, which comes after a referral from the inspector general of the intelligence community, is not a criminal one and is not specifically targeting Clinton, the DOJ says.