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June 09, 2011

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BenR

"I have no doubt Trump would love to play that game, and I have no doubt he would do very well at it."

Agreed, but I think his primary purpose is to just get attention. At this point his biggest asset is his personal celebrity status -- toying with the Presidency only makes his stock rise, so it will help make him money, not to mention stroke his ego. But I don't think he'd ever put his name on the ballot. His comment is also strange, who exactly is the "wrong person," someone who's too liberal, too conservative, not anti-China enough? Not that I'll trust a thing he says, but like most people I find it hard to look away from the freak show.

Tom Bowler

I hear you. For Trump it's about celebrity status and making money. When Trump talks about the issues his comments don't suggest that he will propose conservative solutions. For example, he seems to blame free trade for the unemployment rate.

I just can't believe that Trump really thinks he can beat Obama. I don't think he's got a snowball's chance in hell.

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