March 02, 2016

Republicans and Democrats take sides with Super Tuesday votes

Brian LilleyArchive

It is not set in stone yet but Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton moved closer to taking the nominations of their respective parties on Super Tuesday.

Brian talks to Lowell and takes your calls on the American presidential race. Plus discussions on refugees, Trudeau's brother lobbying to help a man accused of terrorist connections and more.

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commented 2016-03-03 19:47:45 -0500
Donald Showboat Trump

a person who is obsessed with their own power.
exhibiting megalomania.
commented 2016-03-02 20:22:47 -0500
I agree with Terry, below. Once Trump knows who his real opponent is, he will change his tactics. He will hit Clinton hard, he knows a lot about her private life and he will use it.

Clinton has a plan to save the US a lot of money. She says that if she is elected she will quit flying around the Country in the official jet. She intends to use her Broomstick instead.
commented 2016-03-02 18:23:32 -0500
My hope and expectation is that Donald Trump’s shock strategy, involving bad behaviour bordering on the outrageous, is a carefully planned strategy to get the attention of the voter. Having succeeded in this he will will shift gears into a more conciliatory and “presidential” persona. I recall the image of the Italian father suddenly slapping the boy’s face and when asked by the boy what he had done wrong the father said “Nothing, my son. I just wanted to get your attention!”