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Friday, May 27, 2016

Coward Trump says he will not debate Sanders- the shark chokes

Although it makes no politically strategic sense for Donald Trump to engage in a circus debate with Bernie Sanders, set to happen before the national RNC and DNS conventions, the fact is, Trump was like the shark who chocked on his victim.  

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Donald Trump made a huge mistake when he first agreed to debate Senator Sanders. He choked on the shark bait. 

Donald Trump made a huge "uuge!" mistake when he appeared to accept the Bernie Sanders debate challenge, but then thought better about his impulsive decision. (Surely, he received advice from the RNC to recall his initial response.)

This scenario demonstrates the politically inept Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders knew what he was doing to capture the headlines from the egotistical Trump. Brilliant! Give Trump a bone, a lure, a worm whatever bait is available. "A debate", ahhhhaaa!....Trump just couldn't refuse, until he figured out the disasterous outcome he was facing. Debating Bernie Sanders before the national conventions would be a win-win for Senator Bernie Sanders and a "loose-loose" for politically dumb Donald Trump.

Although "Senator Sanders versus Donald Trump" would no doubt be a blockbuster event, the fact is, the arguments would've been politically titilating, but moot. Obviously, Bernie Sanders would make debate mincemeat out of Trump but the "juice would not be worth the squeeze".

Nevertheless, the fact that Trump choked on this Sanders bait shows just how dangerously impulsive a leader he would be if (God Forbid) he were to be elected.  In fact, Trump has no qualifications to be nominated at the Republican National Convention, because he won his delegates by preaching bigotry, misogyny, bullying and stormtrooper violence. There are no public policies upon which Donald Trump has based his hate filled campaign. Quite cleaerly, Trump is not qualified to be nominated to run for the highest elected office in the free world. 

Donald Trump made the wrong impulsive response to the Senator Sanders debate challenge, but worse than that, he swallowed the bait.

Washington (CNN)- Donald Trump on Friday said he would not debate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders because it would be "inappropriate" to square off against the candidate who currently trails Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary fight.

"Based on the fact that the Democratic nominating process is totally rigged and Crooked Hillary Clinton and (Debbie) Wasserman-Schultz will not allow Bernie Sanders to win, and now that I am the presumptive Republican nominee, it seems inappropriate that I would debate the second-place finisher," Trump said in a statement.

Trump also said news networks "are not proving to be too generous to charitable causes," which he previously had said would be a goal of debating Sanders.

The two populist candidates had floated the idea of debating each other throughout the week. Sanders has been trying to debate Clinton ahead of the California primary on June 7, but she, too, declined.

Speaking to reporters in Los Angeles, Sanders said he was disappointed that Trump changed his mind.

"I hope that he changes his mind again. Mr. Trump is known to change his mind many times in a day," Sanders said. "Trump is a bully, he's a big tough guy. Well, I say to Mr. Trump, what are you afraid of?"

Trump's announcement on Friday is a far cry from a statement he made the day before, when he told supporters in Bismark, North Dakota, that he'd "love to debate Bernie."

"He's a dream," the real estate magnate (aka: hatenate) said. 

"If we can raise for maybe women's health issues or something. If we can raise $10 or $15 million for charity, which would be a very appropriate amount."

"I understand the television business very well. I think it would get high ratings," Trump added.

The idea of the two debating surfaced on Wednesday night, when ABC's Jimmy Kimmel told Trump he had a question from Sanders' campaign, asking if Trump would be willing to debate the Democratic hopeful.

Trump joked, "How much is he going to pay me?"

"That could happen, I've been saying that should happen anyway," he added. "If he paid a nice sum for charity, I would love to do that."

Minutes later, Sanders responded on Twitter.

"Game on," Sanders wrote. "I look forward to debating Donald Trump in California before the June 7 primary."

Later in the day, Sanders' campaign manager Jeff Weaver told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that he hoped Trump doesn't "chicken out" after the two talked about the possibility of a one-on-one debate.
The two candidates reiterated their support for a debate throughout Thursday.

(Let's add "coward" to the long and growing list of negative adjectives describing the unqualified Donald Trump.)

CNN's Elizabeth Landers contributed to this report.






















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