Trump Goes Rogue : New Hampshire Primary

Donald Trump is perhaps the only candidate who does not govern his mouth in what he says on the campaign trail. He is unscripted, loud-mouthed, and a no holds barred type of a guy.

Trump lifts his campaign one octave higher while on the campaign trail just hours before New Hampshire voters go to cast their vote in the primary election.

Speaking to about 5,000 people at Manchester’s Verizon Center on the eve Trump railed against opponents who speak out against his tone. Specifically on waterboarding, Trump contrasted his

Photo Credit: Michael Vadon/Wikipedia.
Photo Credit: Michael Vadon/Wikipedia.

recent statements on bringing back waterboarding to those of Sen. Ted Cruz’s.

“You know he’s concerned about the answer because well, some people,” Trump said pointing to a woman in the crowd, “she just said a terrible thing. You know what she said? Shout it out ’cause I don’t wanna.”

Then he said it anyway: “She said, ‘He’s a p—y.'”

The crowd erupted in laughter and cheers. Moments later, a “Trump” chant broke out. Trump faux-chastised the woman, for the good of the press, as he’s done before when one of his attendees has shouted out something uncouth. “That’s terrible! Terrible.”

His utterance took reporters by surprise, but Trump in a bare as you dare mood moved on in the rapture of the crowd uproar of laughter to ask them to go out and vote for him.

“It’s so important tomorrow. It’s gonna be the beginning. Even if it snows it’s so important what’s going on.” Trump ended what he called his “final love fest” with New Hampshire voters by telling them: “I love you all … you are all special. Lets see you tomorrow. Let’s have a big victory!”

Following news of the vulgarity, Cruz spokesman Rick Tyler tweeted, “@realDonaldTrump turning the campaign into the latest episode of a reality show but let’s not forget who whipped who in Iowa.”

Yvad Billings, Readers Bureau, Fellow

 Edited by Jesus Chan

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