The Pronk Pops Show 512, August 12, 2015, Story 1: Trump Attracting American Working People With Emphasis On Jobs and Stopping Illegal Immigration — Make America Great Again — Americans Like Winners — Videos

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 Story 1: Trump  Attracting American Working People With Emphasis On Jobs and Stopping Illegal Immigration — Make America Great Again — Americans Like Winners — Videos

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Wednesday, August 12
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus CNN/ORC Trump 22, Carson 14, Walker 9, Fiorina 7, Cruz 8, Rubio 5, Bush 5, Huckabee 7, Paul 5, Kasich 2, Christie 3, Jindal 2, Perry 1, Santorum 1, Graham 2 Trump +8
Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus CNN/ORC Clinton 50, Sanders 31, Biden 12, O’Malley 1, Webb 1, Chafee 0 Clinton +19
New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary Boston Herald/FPU Clinton 37, Sanders 44, Biden 9, O’Malley 0, Webb 1, Chafee 0 Sanders +7
Michigan Republican Presidential Primary FOX 2/Mitchell Trump 20, Bush 12, Carson 12, Rubio 10, Walker 4, Fiorina 15, Cruz 8, Huckabee 4, Kasich 8, Christie 4, Paul 2, Santorum, Perry, Graham Trump +5
Tuesday, August 11
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination Rasmussen Trump 17, Bush 10, Walker 9, Rubio 10, Carson 8, Cruz 7, Huckabee 3, Paul 4, Christie 4, Fiorina 9, Kasich 4, Perry 1, Santorum 1, Jindal 1, Graham 1 Trump +7
New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Boston Herald/FPU Trump 18, Bush 13, Kasich 12, Walker 4, Christie 3, Paul 6, Carson 4, Cruz 10, Rubio 4, Fiorina 9, Huckabee 3, Jindal 1, Pataki 1, Perry 1, Graham 1 Trump +5
Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus Suffolk Trump 17, Carson 9, Walker 12, Fiorina 7, Cruz 7, Rubio 10, Bush 5, Huckabee 2, Paul 2, Kasich 3, Christie 2, Jindal 1, Perry 1, Santorum 1, Graham 0 Trump +5
Monday, August 10
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus PPP (D) Trump 19, Carson 12, Walker 12, Fiorina 10, Cruz 9, Rubio 6, Bush 11, Huckabee 6, Paul 3, Kasich 3, Christie 1, Jindal 2, Perry 2, Santorum 2, Graham 0 Trump +7
Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus PPP (D) Clinton 52, Sanders 25, Biden, O’Malley 7, Webb 3, Chafee 1 Clinton +27
Iowa: Bush vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 44, Bush 40 Clinton +4
Iowa: Walker vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 43, Walker 44 Walker +1
Iowa: Trump vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 43, Trump 40 Clinton +3
Iowa: Rubio vs. Clinton PPP (D) Rubio 43, Clinton 42 Rubio +1
Iowa: Fiorina vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 42, Fiorina 40 Clinton +2
Iowa: Kasich vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 41, Kasich 39 Clinton +2
Iowa: Huckabee vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 43, Huckabee 44 Huckabee +1
Iowa: Paul vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 43, Paul 40 Clinton +3
Iowa: Carson vs. Clinton PPP (D) Carson 44, Clinton 40 Carson +4
Iowa: Cruz vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 44, Cruz 42 Clinton +2
Iowa: Christie vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 41, Christie 39 Clinton +2
Friday, August 7
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Florida Republican Presidential Primary Florida Times-Union Bush 26, Trump 27, Rubio 7, Walker 6, Cruz 8, Huckabee 4, Paul 2, Carson 8, Fiorina 2, Kasich 3, Jindal 2, Perry 1, Christie 1, Graham 0 Trump +1
Georgia Republican Presidential Primary WSB/Landmark Trump 34, Bush 12, Carson 8, Walker 10, Huckabee 8, Cruz 5, Rubio 5, Kasich 5, Christie 3, Paul 2, Fiorina, Perry, Jindal, Graham Trump +22
Georgia Democratic Presidential Primary WSB/Landmark Clinton 56, Biden 18, Sanders 11, Webb 2, O’Malley 1 Clinton +38
Thursday, August 6
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
New Hampshire: Bush vs. Clinton WMUR/UNH Bush 46, Clinton 45 Bush +1
New Hampshire: Walker vs. Clinton WMUR/UNH Walker 45, Clinton 43 Walker +2
New Hampshire: Trump vs. Clinton WMUR/UNH Clinton 50, Trump 40 Clinton +10
New Hampshire: Rubio vs. Clinton WMUR/UNH Clinton 44, Rubio 43 Clinton +1
New Hampshire: Paul vs. Clinton WMUR/UNH Clinton 43, Paul 45 Paul +2
South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary Augusta Chronicle Trump 31, Bush 14, Carson 10, Walker 6, Huckabee 9, Graham 7, Rubio 2, Cruz 4, Christie 4, Kasich 3, Fiorina 2, Paul 2, Perry 0, Jindal 1 Trump +17
Georgia Republican Presidential Primary FOX 5/Morris News Trump 30, Bush 17, Carson 10, Walker 5, Huckabee 7, Cruz 6, Rubio 3, Kasich 3, Christie 3, Paul 3, Fiorina 3, Perry 2, Jindal 2, Graham 0 Trump +13
Wednesday, August 5
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination Monmouth Clinton 52, Sanders 16, Biden 12, Webb 2, O’Malley 2, Chafee 0 Clinton +36
New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary WMUR/UNH Clinton 42, Sanders 36, Biden 5, O’Malley 1, Webb 1, Chafee 0 Clinton +6
New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Gravis Trump 32, Bush 7, Kasich 15, Walker 8, Christie 9, Paul 6, Carson 8, Cruz 3, Rubio 3, Fiorina 2, Huckabee 1, Jindal 2, Pataki 1, Perry 0, Graham 2 Trump +17
New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary Gravis Marketing Clinton 43, Sanders 39, Biden 6, O’Malley 2, Webb 2, Chafee 0 Clinton +4

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August 13 at 3:32 PM
DESMOINES — For five days, the royal-blue bus rumbled through miles of cornfields alongside a popular annual bicycle trek across Iowa. It showed up at a country music concert in Cherokee and at a bacon festival in Ottumwa.And when the hulking vehicle with thick white block letters that spell T-R-U-M-P pulled into aWalmart parking lot in Fort Dodge this week, people flocked to it. It didn’t matter that Donald Trump wasn’t inside. The bus alone — with the “Make America Great Again” slogan extending across its sides — created an irresistible oasis of celebrity politics amid a desert of minivans and shopping carts.“One hundred people showing up for a staffer? I’ve never seen anything like it,” said ChuckLaudner, a veteran Iowa organizer who oversees Trump’s efforts here. “They kept saying the same thing: They want something different.”For many Americans, the Trump presidential campaign amounts to a billionaire talking endlessly, and entertainingly, on television. But here in Iowa, it’s another story. Trump is trying to beat the politicians at their own game, building one of the most extensive field organizations in the Republican field.The groundwork laid by Trump’s sizeable Iowa staff, with 10 paid operatives and growing, is the clearest sign yet that the unconventional candidate is looking beyond his summer media surge and attempting to win February’s first-in-the-nation caucuses.

This is becoming a cause of concern for rival campaigns.

“I see them as a major threat to all the other campaigns because of the aggressiveness of their ground game,” said Sam Clovis, a prominent Iowa conservative who leads former Texas governor Rick Perry’s campaign.

“You cannot swing a dead cat in Iowa and not hit a Trump person,” Clovis continued. “It’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen.. . .Every event we go to — theBoone County Eisenhower Social, the Black Hawk County Lincoln Dinner, the Boots and BBQ down in Denison — the Trump people are everywhere with literature and T-shirts and signing people up.

“The Trump bus will pull into an empty parking lot and just be there on the main drag, like the little town of Le Mars, ‘the ice cream capital of the world.’. . . People will pull over, go sign up. They’ll get 50 people in an hour, and go to another town. That happens all over the state.”

Veterans of former congressman Ron Paul’s presidential campaigns, which were well organized in Iowa, see Trump appealing to Paul’s base here despite the competing candidacy of Paul’s son, Rand, Kentucky’s junior senator.

“He’s catching on with the average Americans who have had it with foreign wars, our trade policies and a stalled economy,” said Drew Ivers, Ron Paul’s 2012 Iowa campaign chairman.

Trump’s colorful assault on the political establishment and strident opposition to illegal immigration has propelled his candidacy to the lead here and nationally. A CNN-ORC poll on Wednesday showed him in first place in Iowa, with 22 percent, followed by retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson in second with 14 percent. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who is counting on the caucuses, fell to third at 9 percent.

Trump will make a theatrical return to Iowa on Saturday. He plans to touch down in Des Moines by private helicopter, landing at a field just outside the Iowa State Fairgrounds, and then visit the famed butter cow, according to Republicans familiar with the campaign. He also plans private meetings with local activists.

Candidates traditionally give a speech and take questions at the fair’s Des Moines Register soapbox, but Trump is not planning to do so. He is in a feud with the Register; after the newspaper editorial board called on him to withdraw, Trump slammed the newspaper and began barring its reporters from covering his events.

Other candidates are building solid ground games here as well. Former Florida governor Jeb Bush, whose Iowa operation has about a dozen paid staff, announced campaign chairs in 22 of Iowa’s 99 counties on Wednesday, with more to come. Walker, whose staffing level was not available, unveiled a 65-member Iowa leadership team last week that includes many state lawmakers, mayors, sheriffs, county treasurers and party stalwarts.

But Trump is taking a different approach. His state director is Laudner, a highly-regarded grassroots organizer and adviser to Rep. Steve King (R), who is a powerful force on the hard right. This time four years ago, Laudner drove Rick Santorum around the state in his pick-up truck, guiding the former Pennsylvania senator to a surprise victory in the 2012 caucuses.

“I’ve told people from the beginning: Never underestimate Donald Trump,” said Bob Vander Plaats, president of the Family Leader, a powerful social conservative group here. “He has been very successful for a reason. He knows how to market and specifically he knows how to market himself very well. He also understands what the customer wants.”

It is an open question, however, whether Trump’s singular brand of politics will stay in vogue until the February caucuses. And there are doubts that Trump can win enough votes from evangelical Christian conservatives, who are being courted aggressively by Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and others.

Last month at the Family Leader’s candidate summit in Ames, Trump, a Presbyterian, caused unease when he said he had never asked God for forgiveness and spoke casually about Holy Communion.

“When I drink my little wine — which is about the only wine I drink — and have my little cracker, I guess that is a form of asking for forgiveness,” Trump said.

Iowa talk radio host Steve Deace said he would be “very surprised” if Trump wins here. “Whatever chance he had to get evangelicals to coalesce around him went out the window at the Family Leader,” he said. “Everyone was paying attention, especially those who are fed up with the Republican Party, but he didn’t sell them.”

But Trump is trying to defy conventional wisdom about the caucuses by creating a unique coalition.

It has become a punch line among establishment types that Trump’s Iowa co-chair is Tana Goertz, a political neophyte best known for being a runner-up on Trump’s NBC show, “The Apprentice.”

But others on the Trump team are experienced political operatives. Co-chair Richard Thornton is an attorney plugged into state legislative politics, and deputy state director Chris Hupke is a former head of the South Dakota Family Policy Council known for his field organizing. Another top aide is Ryan Keller, who ran congressional campaigns and the Republican Party in Polk County, Iowa’s largest.

Trump has made only occasional campaign stops in Iowa, and he eschews the small retail stops that other candidates make.

Making up for his absence is the Trump-emblazoned bus. The campaign advertises in local newspapers when the bus will be in town. Residents turn out to get Trump yard signs, Trump pins and Trump T-shirts. More importantly, they leave their names and contact information and take home kits explaining how to become caucus captains in their precincts, distribute bumper stickers and write letters to the editor of local papers.

Political organizing in Iowa requires sophistication because of the state’s unique system. Voters gather at a designated time with their neighbors and advocate for their preferred candidates before ballots are cast.

Turnout in Iowa caucuses is historically low. In 2012, only 121,000 of the state’s roughly 600,000 registered Republican voters participated. In 2016, strategists expect turnout to increase to 140,000 or higher.

The Trump campaign is targeting voters who may not have participated in a caucus before, modeling its strategy on Barack Obama’s 2008 Iowa campaign when mobilized tens of thousands of new caucus-goers.

“We’re reaching people that the Republican apparatus doesn’t even know exist,” Laudner said. “The other day, one woman came up to say, ‘Hello, a lifelong Iowan.’ Her first question to us was, ‘What’s a caucus?’ After we told her, she wanted to help. . . .Politics has not been the biggest thing in a lot of these peoples’ lives. They’ve got lots of stuff going on with their jobs or families. But they feel Donald Trump is what this country needs.”

Carson also is trying to use his political outsider status to attract new voters into his coalition. The challenge for both candidates will be getting people to show up on a cold Tuesday night in February.

“It’s these non-traditional candidates, Carson and Trump, who are going out there really trying to bring new people into the process,” said Craig Robinson, editor in chief of The Iowa Republican. “If motivated, sure these people will caucus.”

On a Saturday in late July, Trump swept into Oskaloosa, a town of about 11,000, where he addressed an overflow crowd at the local high school as his bus sat parked outside. Wearing a salmon pink tie and dark suit, he gushed about the state.

“Whoa! Beautiful, beautiful,” Trump said. “It’s a terrific place, Iowa. Terrific! We just got in and I’m driving through these beautiful fields. I want to grab that corn like you’ve never seen. So rich, so beautiful.”

Costa reported from Washington.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/an-iowa-surprise-donald-trump-is-actually-trying-to-win/2015/08/13/564a9f50-4142-11e5-8e7d-9c033e6745d8_story.html

TRUMP: SIMPLIFY TAX CODE WITH ‘INTELLIGENCE,’ ‘REDUCE TAXES,’ WON’T GIVE WHOLE PLAN YET

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stated that on taxes he supports, simplifying the tax code and wants to “reduce taxes” on Tuesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends.” Although, he later added on CNN’s “New Day” that “I know exactly what I want to do, I just don’t want to announce it yet.”

Trump began the interview by saying to host Steve Doocy, “Well, we are friends, Steve. We’ve always been friends, and it’s great to be back with you” after Doocy remarked, “glad we’re friends.”

Asked about his tax plan, Trump said, “You have so many plans Steve, and you have the Fair Tax, and you have the flat tax, and you have the current system, but it’s too complicated. Frankly, what we should do is…start it off by simplifying our current system, put H&R Block out of business, knock them out, put them out of business. A simple return, people have to go out and pay a lot of money to get help, to fill out their tax returns. And I’m talking about a simple return. We have to simplify our code, we have to bring down taxes, but we have to simplify our code, Steve, it’s too complicated. You can’t do it. You have to go — in my case, I have lawyers all over the place. I have accounting firms all over the place, everybody. You have to simplify this tax code. And from that point on, you can maybe do something else. But before we do anything, simplify it. Make it nice and easy for people to understand, and reduce taxes.”

In an interview on CNN’s “New Day” shortly after, Trump was asked, “You know you’re have to do better than that, as you go forward here, in terms of putting out ideas that people can cling to. What do you think should be the top tax rate, for someone, let’s say, like you who’s a billionaire?”

Trump answered, “I don’t think I have to do a lot better right now. I mean, we’re in a very formative part of the campaign. And I’m also forming — you know, you don’t understand, to be a successful person and a businessperson, you have to be flexible. You know, the boxers say you have to go with punches. You have to be flexible. You can’t just be boom, boom, hard and fast.” And said that when he bought properties he didn’t have 14-point plans, but “I went in and got it. So, a lot of this stuff, you don’t want to hear about the plans, you got to get in and you got to get it done.”

He added, “Our tax code is too complicated, and we can simplify it so easily.” When asked how, he answered, “Using intelligence. By having common sense,” and re-iterated that he wants to put H&R Block out of business.

He continued, “You can have a Fair Tax, you can have a flat tax, or you can leave the system alone, which is probably the simplest at this point. Leave the system alone, and take out deductions, and lower taxes, and do lots of really good things, leaving the system the way it is. And I know exactly what I want to do, I just don’t want to announce it yet.”

Earlier in the Fox interview, Trump criticized the economic and governing record of fellow GOP candidate Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, and said that an ABC News story citing a senior adviser of his that Trump is “now seriously considering promising not to run as an independent if he does not win the Republican nomination” wasn’t true, and that while he wants to run as a Republican, he’s going to “keep that door open in case I don’t get treated fairly.”

Trump also addressed his relationship with Democratic Hillary Clinton, stating that he would “give to everybody” as businessman, and the fact that people treated him nicely due to this showed a flaw within the political system. He added that he doesn’t need anyone else’s money and has no special interests of lobbyists behind his campaign.

When asked about ISIS, Trump pointed to his earlier criticism of the Iraq War, and argued the US should fight ISIS by taking their oil.

http://www.breitbart.com/video/2015/08/11/trump-simplify-tax-code-with-intelligence-reduce-taxes-wont-give-whole-plan-yet/

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