WICHITA, KS - MARCH 5: A man shows his support as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made a speech at a campaign rally on March 5, 2016 in Wichita, Kansas where the Republican party was staging one of its statewide caucus. Trump spoke of making America great again. (Photo by J Pat Carter/Getty Images)

Trump Gets It. The GOP Doesn’t

Once again Republicans have proven just how stupid they can be with Paul Ryan publicly corroborating that Trump’s comments about Judge Curiel are racist. Maybe Ryan should have read attorney Alberto Gonzalez’s Washington Post article defending Trump’s right to question Judge Gonzalo Curiel’s objectivity. Instead, Ryan — once a Tea Party darling — couldn’t wait to deride Trump’s comments as racist. This is why people like me — reluctant Trump supporters — will vote for him and enthusiastically defend his comments regarding Judge Curiel. If nothing else, the presumptive nominee gives a big “Trump U” to the Democrat-Media Complex overlords and the Republican sycophants who fear them.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    Once again another honest want be president of the US , he doesn’t want the real truth to come out of the closet.

    • Clink9

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  • BeukendaalMason

    Well the problem with Trump’s statement is that he questioned the Judge’s objectivity based on his “race”/nationality and not based upon past statements and actions. Its much like Trump and the Obama “birther” movement. Trump focused on wanting Obama to prove that he was born in the US (which he could and did prove) and not on the real problem. that Obama created a false history for himself and promoted it for 10 years (showing that Obama has, is very willing to, and capable of lying about many things).

  • Minicapt

    Until DonJohn’s lawyers produce the requisite court document, this is an attempt to distract the media and public by waving a shiny object. In the absence of conclusive evidence, his statements could be construed as lies.