2016 Candidate Trump On 9/11, Iraq War, Justice Scalia’s Death And Potential SCOTUS Picks | MSNBC

2016 Candidate Trump On 9/11, Iraq War, Justice Scalia’s Death And Potential SCOTUS Picks | MSNBC 1

 

AIRED FEB. 13, 2016: In this appearance after an RNC presidential primary debate in South Carolina, candidate Donald Trump discusses why he thinks the Iraq war was a mistake, and why George W. Bush failed to keep America safe because “the World Trade Center came down during” his tenure. The debate occurred on the same day Supreme Court Justice Scalia died, and featured discussion of his potential replacements. MSNBC reporter Hallie Jackson also asks Trump about his debate reference to Judge Diane Sykes, and relays a question from MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber, about what specifically Trump supports about the record of Sykes and Judge William Pryor. In response, Trump refers to Melber as a “deep thinker” and cites the judges’ “very conservative” records, “great intellect” and “respected” reputations. Aired on 2/13/2020.
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2016 Candidate Trump On 9/11, Iraq War, Justice Scalia’s Death And Potential SCOTUS Picks | MSNBC

37 Comments on "2016 Candidate Trump On 9/11, Iraq War, Justice Scalia’s Death And Potential SCOTUS Picks | MSNBC"

  1. Ari, nice to see you live, can’t believe you’ve got trump on! He’s whinging on as usual… “When a man is lying”, says the orange liar in chief! 😂😂😂😂

  2. When a man lies he wears a suit and tie 🤓

  3. Even old footage of him makes me 🤢🤮

  4. If a toilet could make a human-monster assembled entirely from human flaws – It would make and Orange Turd, then flushed 15 times…💩!

    • andrew chambers | February 13, 2020 at 5:49 PM | Reply

      Is that some useful political point?can you only insult have you no policy you can argue on?is it just personal attacks with you?

  5. surely you joke, mein failüre | February 13, 2020 at 4:30 PM | Reply

    Interesting. He was able to speak in complete sentences back then and had a whole different set of gestures and facial expressions. Compared to that, the Trump of today obviously must have had a stroke or something.

  6. i see the ugly son

  7. Sound like he talking about him self.

  8. *NO MATTER WHO, VOTE BLUE!*
    Unless you WANT The OrangeAnus (R – Impeached) to be re-elected.

  9. *Hey, MAGAtrash?*
    *Why is your so-called “president” so despicable and vile?*

  10. “I don’t lie says “the man who lied an estimated 16 000 lies!

  11. OMG he looked BAD back then but now he looks like a BLOATED PIG that is ready to explode ! What a TURD

  12. 2:30.., “I dont lie!”.., Donald Trump 2016.

  13. Trump: urrrrr Obamer caused 9/11, and the iraq war and played 11000011100011100 times more golph than me…….

  14. Michael Bennink | February 13, 2020 at 4:42 PM | Reply

    He’s gotten so much fatter… the orange turt 🤣

  15. Such a stark contrast between then and now.I don’t ever remember him being able to speak in complete sentences. He is also much fatter, oranger and older looking now.

  16. World's Netizen | February 13, 2020 at 4:57 PM | Reply

    Trump 2020: Who’s this guy? i barely know him(Trump 2016).

  17. Good reporter, questions are cutting into Trumps bs.

  18. when Trump says he doesn’t lie, his eyes are looking to his right, classic sign of lying

  19. MSNBC must publicly apologize for calling the Bernie supporters “brown shirts”

  20. “They’re booing at me because they’re having a good time”.
    He was already severely deluded before he screwed up America.

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