If Donald Trump doesn’t like getting asked tough questions, there is one thing he can do to avoid them.
He can end his bid for the Republican nomination for president … and begin a bid for the Democratic nomination. He’ll not be asked another tough question by the media, he will not be challenged about his record of calling himself a liberal and being registered as a Democrat. And he’ll have far fewer people on stage with him to keep the spotlight off of him.
And everyone on the debate stage will be saying the same things he has said, raise taxes, raise taxes, raise taxes, spend, spend, spend.
In fact, Trump and Hillary Clinton have a lot in common. According to a Quinnipiac University poll found neither is trustworthy and by similar ratios.
- Trump is not honest and trustworthy, voters say 58 – 33 percent, and he doesn’t care about their needs and problems, voters say 63 – 31 percent.
- Clinton is not honest and trustworthy, voters say 57 – 37 percent, and doesn’t care about their needs and problems, voters say 52 – 45 percent.