With Trump, there is always a fog that accompanies his pronouncements -- a smokescreen of obscuring rhetoric designed to cloak him in pseudo facts and vaguely damning suggestions of impropriety. His visit to Iowa showcased his directionless approach to real-world issues.
Is Trump fanning the flames of ignorance simply for personal gain? Is he simply attempting to garner publicity for his new season of The Apprentice? Or does he truly believe that the President of the United States, doesn't deserve an ounce of respect?
Dear GOP also-rans: you all might as well start polishing your resumes for Fox News because it is far more likely that you will find yourselves behind Glenn Beck's old desk in New York City than the president's desk in the Oval Office
Mitt Romney is emerging as the frontrunner for the Republican nomination. Unless other candidates begin raising money and building an organization, the race for the Republican nomination will be over before it starts.
Trump made a fortune in real estate. He presumably would have much to say about how we deal with our debt. Instead of entering that debate, he's riding a toxic wave by emitting charges he must know are not true.
The Republicans may have a big problem on their hands as Donald Trump explores a presidential bid. With his increasingly bizarre statements, he seems more like the business world's answer to Charlie Sheen than a potential president.
Donald Trump offered America some insight yesterday into how he would conduct foreign policy in the unlikely event that he becomes president of these United States: he would "screw" our enemies by leasing them land and then denying them the right to use that land, while keeping the money.