Hysterical Hillary Goes After Melania In An Incoherent Rant

H/T Clash Daily.

The more the Hildabeast is screeching about the election or the Trumps the better it is for the Republicans.

Can anyone possibly guess why Hillary hates Melania so much?

This couldn’t be ‘mean girl’ petty jealousy, could it?

Not only is she married to the guy who beat ‘impossible’ odds in the 2016 election, but she’s the First Lady. And Melania DOESN’T have to wear pantsuits.

In fact, on Inauguration Day — where Trump, not Hillary was sworn in as President — Melania was compared to Jackie O.

Was Hillary EVER compared to the FLOTUS of “Camelot”? Even back when she was still young?

No.

So in her Blame America from Abroad tour, Hillary sat down with the Guardian to tell the world just how horrible America is, and how she’s going to rescue America from itself. How the woman who couldn’t even find her way to Wisconsin plans to do that is anybody’s guess. But she thinks she can. It was, after all, the interview in which she compared herself to Churchill before walking it back … a little.

She spoke about Melania. Not her visit to the kids itself:

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Today’s visit to to spend time with children & thank the many hardworking individuals helping to care for them was very meaningful. Thank you to @SecAzar @HHSGOV for traveling w me today & the care you are giving these children in such a difficult time.

She spoke about the $39 jacket Melania wore into the plane, but not to the event itself.And she’d have us believe she’s absolutely flummoxed by it.

The only questions I see floor her concern Melania Trump.

What did Clinton make, I ask, of her public statement about “hating” to see families separated? “I didn’t know what to make of it.” I ask how she interpreted the jacket the first lady wore to visit a child detention centre, bearing the opaque and intriguing slogan: ‘I really don’t care, do u?’ Clinton slumps back in her chair, wide eyed, arms spread, defeated by the mystery. “That, I have no idea. I have no idea. I can’t even … I don’t have any idea. I don’t know.” Does she feel sorry for the first lady? “I don’t know. I honestly don’t know.”

Source: Guardian

Thanks to whoever put this meme out there, because it sums up that interview perfectly!

What is she, fifteen? And she wanted Americans to trust HER with the nuclear football?

Don’t worry, Hillary. We’re not trying to silence you. In fact, we WANT you to keep talking.

You’re a liability to your own team.

With Kennedy Retirement, Trump Can Strengthen a Pro-Second Amendment Supreme Court

H/T AmmoLand.

With the appointment of Mike Lee to the Supreme Court, the court will be more Constitution friendly and more gun rights friendly.

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Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)-  On Wednesday, Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced that he is retiring effective July 31, 2018. The move signals the end of Kennedy’s 30-year career on the nation’s highest court, which bore witness to its most important decisions concerning the Second Amendment.

It also creates the opportunity for President Trump to appoint a replacement who will help reinvigorate the stalled progress in Second Amendment jurisprudence.

Gun rights supporters will remember Kennedy for his vote recognizing the Second Amendment protects an individual right to keep and bear arms in the landmark 2008 District of Columbia v. Heller ruling. Kennedy reaffirmed his fidelity to this constitutional right in the 2010 case McDonald v. Chicago, which incorporated the individual right to keep and bear arms to the states through the Fourteenth Amendment.

Kennedy was also at times critical of federal overreach into state matters concerning firearms regulation. In the 1995 case United States v. Lopez, Kennedy joined a 5-4 majority to strike down the Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990, which the court determined went beyond the federal government’s authority to regulate interstate commerce. In the 1997 case Printz v. United States, Kennedy joined another 5-4 majority in determining that the federal government, through the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, could not force state and local law enforcement officers to conduct background checks on handgun buyers.

Since McDonald, however, the Supreme Court has shown a reluctance to defend the Second Amendment as a right commensurate with other portions of the Bill of Rights. In 2015, Justice Clarence Thomas was joined by Justice Antonin Scalia in a dissent from the denial of certiorari in Friedman v. Highland Park, a case which concerned a ban on commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms. Thomas noted, “The Court’s refusal to review a decision that flouts two of our Second Amendment precedents stands in marked contrast to the Court’s willingness to summarily reverse courts that disregard our other constitutional decisions.”

Earlier this year, Thomas further expressed his frustration on this matter in a dissent from the denial of certiorari in Silvester v. Becerra, a case which challenged California’s 10-day firearms waiting period. Thomas explained, “If a lower court treated another right so cavalierly, I have little doubt that this Court would intervene. But as evidenced by our continued inaction in this area, the Second Amendment is a disfavored right in this Court.” The justice went on to lament that “[t]he right to keep and bear arms is apparently this Court’s constitutional orphan.”

With Kennedy’s retirement, President Donald Trump now has his second opportunity to shape the Supreme Court.  There is every reason to believe that he will choose a nominee that will diligently work to uphold Americans’ Second Amendment freedoms.

The president’s previous choice, Justice Neil Gorsuch, wasted no time in declaring his support for the right to keep and bear arms. Less than three months after taking office, Gorsuch joined Thomas in a dissent from the denial of certiorari in Peruta v. California, a challenge to the state’s may-issue carry regime.

Moreover, defending the Second Amendment continues to be a focal point of the president’s agenda. On the same day as Kennedy’s retirement announcement, President Trump hosted a group of 150 student leaders at the Face-to-Face With Our Future event. During his remarks to the group, the president stated, “You have to believe in protecting the entire Constitution, as written, including the right to free speech and the right to keep and bear arms. Second Amendment.”

Even with a Republican majority in the Senate, gun rights supporters will need to once again become engaged in order to ensure that a pro-Second Amendment nominee reaches the bench. The president’s opponents are already calling on their allies in the Senate to oppose the unnamed Trump nominee by any and all means. Mere hours after Kennedy’s announcement, long-time MSNBC political commentator Chris Matthews likened the coming nomination clash to the Spanish Civil War.

That sort of hysteria aside, the stakes are indeed high. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, and Sonia Sotomayor have all made clear their view that the Second Amendment does not protect an individual right. And Justice Elena Kagan undoubtedly agrees with them.  At a 2009 lecture to the Harvard Club of Washington, D.C., Ginsburg went so far as to call for Heller to be overruled, telling the audience that the dissenting opinion in the case “appeal[ed] to the intelligence of a future day.” In 2016, Ginsburg reiterated her position, calling Heller “a very bad decision.”

In the coming weeks and months NRA-ILA will keep gun rights supporters up to date with the latest news regarding the nomination process and with information on what they can do to help secure a pro-Second Amendment Supreme Court that will protect the right to keep and bear arms for decades to come.  Stay tuned.

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Tina Fey Leads Broadway Stars in Benefit Concert for Illegal Border Crossers

H/T Breitbart’s Big Hollywood.

I say each celebrity at this concert take in and provide for 10 illegals.

NEW YORK (AP) — Tina Fey is joining some of Broadway’s biggest stars — including Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel and Chita Rivera — for a concert being livestreamed Saturday to benefit migrants on the Mexican border.

It’s being organized by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, who were prompted to act after seeing photos of children separated from their families. They began texting as many stars as they could think of.

“Seeing the images, we were really depressed,” Wesley said Friday. “It was so overwhelming. What do you do? All we can do is put on a show and hopefully educate people.”

The concert is set for 5 p.m. EDT at The Cooper Union in downtown New York City. It will be broadcast via Facebook Live and at ConcertsforAmerica.com .

The lineup also will feature Brian Stokes Mitchell, Norm Lewis, Matt Bomer, Jorge Avila, Mandy Gonzalez, Jeremy Jordan, Olga Merediz, Andrew Rannells, Keala Settle, Shaina Taub and Patrick Wilson.

Highlights will include Rivera singing “America” from “West Side Story” and the reuniting of McDonald and Mitchell for “Wheels of a Dream” from the musical “Ragtime.” Settle is flying into New York specifically to perform “This Is Me” from the film “The Greatest Showman.”

The late-afternoon timing of the concert will allow current Broadway stars like Rannells, Bomer and Gonzalez to attend the concert between their two Saturday shows. Immigrant-rights rallies across the country are also expected on Saturday.

The concert is the latest in a series of benefit shows created and hosted by Rudetsky and Wesley, the host and producer of Sirius XM’s “On Broadway” show who also organized the Broadway for Orlando group’s recording of “What the World Needs Now Is Love.”

Both men said Saturday’s show will include a mix of songs and comedy, as well as solidarity. “We always like our concerts to be optimistic and fill people with hope as well as give them a call for action,” said Wesley.

The concert comes in response to the government’s push to prosecute all migrants caught entering the country without authorization. President Donald Trump has halted his policy of taking children from their detained parents under public pressure but around 2,000 of them are still being held, with many families saying they’ve not known how to locate them.

Proceeds from the concert will benefit four non-profits that aim to protect the civil and human rights of families: Al Otro Lado, Texas Civil Rights Project, ACLU Foundation of Texas, and Florence Project. Representatives from the groups will offer their perspectives from working on the front lines.

 

What is a featureless firearm

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By Jim Campbell

July 1st, 2018

It’s just more nonsense that the anti-gunners have thrown in the way of law-abiding citizens in California who want to own guns.

Never in your wildest imagination did they give thought to criminals and all illegal gun owners complying with their absurd desires.

Let’s also not forget that most shootings and homicides happen with pistols than long rifles making the situation moot according to the U.S. Justice Department. (Source)

They also fall far behind baseball bats, hammers, clubs and knives with the most dangrous room in the home being the kitchen.

Perhaps the best thing to do is nothing as President Trump has promised to reverse the Obama anti-gun agenda. (Source)

Q: Hold up. Before you talk about whatever it is you’re going to talk about, what in the hell is going on

The short version is that, in 2016, the State of…

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Okinawa Kamikaze story

Pacific Paratrooper

This is an odd story that involves a flight instructor, his family, and a single-minded request. The whole thing was so strange, in fact, that the Japanese government censored it at the time.

Hajime Fujii was born on August 30, 1915, in Ibaraki Prefecture as the oldest of seven children. He joined the army and proved to be such a skilled machine gunner that they sent him to China.

Hajime Fujii

The Chinese weren’t too happy about that, which is why Fujii got hit by a mortar shell that wounded his left hand. Sent to the hospital, he was tended to by Fukuko – a beautiful field nurse from Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture.

It was love at first sight. Back then, arranged marriages were the norm, but the two were having none of it. So they returned to Japan, got married, and had two adorable daughters – Kazuko and Chieko.

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Open Borders Ralliers Raise Holocaust Imagery to Vilify Trump Administration

H/T Breitbart’s Big Government.

These leftist loons are not only embarrassing themselves by saying these detention areas are like concentration camps but they are disrespecting Holocaust victims.

I have no words for the two moonbats in the final picture.

WASHINGTON, DC — Open borders protesters in Washington, DC, laid the defamatory slurs on thick in protest signs attacking President Trump, his administration, and Republicans as racists on the basis of separating minors from adults who illegally cross the U.S. southern border.

One sign depicted the President as Hitler with the words, “History has its eyes on you”:

“This is some Nazi SHIT,” read another:

One man held a “concentration camps are bad,” sign:

“This reboot sucks,” read a sign that displayed the image of a star like ones used to pin on Jews during the Holocaust:

“ICE Trump Republicans = Nazis,” read another sign held aloft in front of the White House:

More signs lambasted Trump and others as racists. Many signs suggested deporting “racists” and keeping illegal aliens in the United States.

“Keep the kids, deport the racists,” read a simple black sign written in white letters:

“MAGA Values Fear Bigotry Child Abuse,” read a sign slapped on a puppet-like image of the President on a pole:

One man held up a sign with photos of past racial segregation in the U.S. with the words, “Don’t be on the wrong side of history again”:

The leftist Answer Coalition and National Nurses United had protesters waving signs. An Answer Coalition sign joined in the “racism” accusation chorus.

As the final straggling protesters brought up the end of the protest march, two protesters held American flags upside down.

President Trump is the first of several presidents to finally bring about the congressionally approved move of the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the capital of Jerusalem. 

On Holocaust Remembrance Day this year Trump proclaimed that Americans have a “moral obligation to combat anti-Semitism, confront hate and prevent genocide.”

Navajo Code Talker Marine & Purple Heart Recipient Passes Away at 94

H/T War History OnLine.

R.I.P. Samuel Tom Holiday 1924-2018.

Samuel Tom Holiday was well into his senior years before his friends and family had any idea how much he had contributed to the Allied cause during the Second World War.

It was common knowledge that Holiday had enlisted in the Marine Corps at 19 years old and battled Axis forces all across the Pacific theater, from Saipan to Iwo Jima and the Marshall Islands.

His family was also aware that, despite having a mortar explode near his ear, he never felt his life was in danger during combat because he carried items sacred to the Navajo in a pouch around his neck wherever he went.

Navajo code talker delivering a message.

They were doubtless proud of his Purple Heart and other recognitions that he earned – but it would be over two decades after the end of WWII before the magnitude of his contributions began to see the light of day.

In 1968, the United States declassified the Code Talker program of which Holiday was a part.  At the height of the war in 1942, the Marine Corps recruited 29 Native American servicemen to develop an unbreakable code based on their language that the Allies could use to coordinate the war without fear of Japanese radio surveillance.

First 29 Navajo U.S. Marine Corps code-talker recruits being sworn in at Fort Wingate.

While successive iterations of the German Enigma code were frustrating the Allies’ attempts to snoop on Axis radio communications, the code that the Marine Corps developed was impenetrable. The code was developed within 2 weeks, and the program was expanded to include 400 Native Americans who were trained in the code and deployed throughout the Pacific.

The program was a tightly-controlled secret until its declassification, and Holiday said little about his involvement until the 1980s.

Navajo Code Talkers Marine Corps Cpl. Henry Bake, Jr. and Pfc. George H. Kirk use a portable radio near enemy lines to communicate with fellow Marines in December 1943. The Navajo language proved to be an unbreakable military code that assisted Navy and Marine operations in the Pacific during World War II. The secret of the Navajo Code Talkers and the use of the Navajo language would not be revealed until the late 1960s. National Archives and Records Administration photo

Holiday and the other Code Talkers were awarded a Certificate of Recognition for their work in 1982 by then-president George Bush Sr., and in 1994 he received a Congressional Silver Medal from Bush’s successor, Bill Clinton.

As knowledge of the program began to spread, Holiday himself began to speak about the highly-successful code the Allies used; it is difficult to estimate exactly how many lives the Code Talkers may have saved by using their languages to stonewall enemy codebreakers.  The Allies’ debt to these men – some volunteers, and others drafted into service – cannot be overstated.

Navajo Code Talkers

Two codes were developed by the original 29 Native American specialists – type one, which involved assigning a Navajo word to each letter of the alphabet, and type two, which were literal translations.

The Code Talkers often had to develop new words to describe modern technology, resulting, for example, in translations of “ship” and “cargo plane” into descriptors “house on water” and “eagle”.

The resulting communications were secure because of the Axis forces’ total lack of familiarity with Native American languages, and the code was successfully used without being broken through the end of the War.

Uniform of the Navajo Code Talkers in the US Marine Corps during WW2. Photo: HaeB – CC BY-SA 3.0

With Holiday’s death on June 11, 2018, there are now as few as 10 Code Talker veterans remaining of the original 400 that served in the war.  His legacy will persist in the efforts he made in later years to spread awareness of the contribution made by Native Americans’ to the war, including a book he co-authored in 2013 about his experiences, Under the Eagle: Samuel Holiday, Code Talker.

Holiday frequently appeared at speaking engagements dressed in traditional Navajo clothing and spoke at several Utah schools to share the story of the Code Talkers with children.

The Purple Heart medal

Holiday passed away surrounded by his family in the nursing home where he spent his final years. He will be buried on the Kayenta, the Arizona Navajo Reservation, next to his late wife.  His six children, 35 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren will carry on the memory of his sacrifices made during the war and the tremendous impact of his work as a Code Talker.

Ted Cruz Should be on Trump’s Supreme Court Short List

H/T Town Hall.

I do not think Ted Cruz needs to be on President Trump’s short list for the Supreme Court in my humble opinion Mike Lee is more of an originalist.

 

Although his name has never been included in any of President Trump’s lists of potential Supreme Court Justices, Texas Senator and former Trump rival Ted Cruz (R-TX) may possibly be the best choice to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Senator Cruz has certainly, in his time in the Senate and before that as Solicitor General of Texas, been a rock solid constitutional conservative. His run as Solicitor General of Texas from 2003 to 2008, under then Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, saw Cruz argue before the Supreme Court nine times, while winning a majority of his cases. The position had been recently established in 1999 and Abbott selected Cruz behind the logic that Cruz would take a “leadership role in the United States in articulating a vision of strict constructionism.”

In addition to Ted Cruz’s nine arguments before the Supreme Court, which happens to be more than any other current member of Congress, he has also authored 70 U.S. Supreme Court briefs. The cases he has been involved with have been among the most notable in recent legal history including the landmark case District of Columbia v. Heller. Cruz authored the amicus brief presented by Abbott that was signed by the attorneys general of 31 states. It was a major victory for 2nd Amendment proponents and a career highlight for the future presidential candidate.

All 11 names, which included Judges Steven Colloton of Iowa, Allison Eid of Colorado, Raymond Gruender of Missouri, Thomas Hardiman of Pennsylvania, Raymond Kethledge of Michigan, Joan Larsen of Michigan, Thomas Lee of Utah, William Pryor of Alabama, David Stras of Minnesota, Diane Sykes of Wisconsin and Don Willett of Texas, were notable and certainly would do an incredible job in the Supreme Court. But was excluding Tec Cruz, the man Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz called, “one of the best students I ever had, because a teachers loves to be challenged,” a mistake by the then presumptive Republican nominee?

The fact that he had just completed a grueling and at times, dirty primary against Senator Cruz may have been the driving force behind this notable omission. Just about 2 weeks before the release of the list, on May 3rd, 2016, the day of the fateful Indiana Primary which led to the suspension of the Cruz campaign, Americans woke up to Trump leveling accusations against Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael Cruz, of conspiring with Lee Harvey Oswald to assassinate President Kennedy on Fox and Friends.

This was at the tail end of a tense primary that began as an intriguing bromance between the young Senator and the legendary business empresario. Back in the summer of 2015, the 2 powerhouses came together to speak at a rally denouncing the controversial Iran Nuclear Deal. The Senator’s campaign had invited Trump to join the rally, which was sponsored by Tea Party Patriots, Center for Security Policy, as well as the Zionist Organization of America and held at the Capitol.

The warm and fuzzy vibe between the two men would be short lived but many observers at the time even saw the potential of a Trump/Cruz ticket, as possible during that period of time. Cruz was lagging far behind Trump in polling and his meteoric rise to 2nd place was still many months away.

Despite all the debate night personal shots and half-hearted endorsements that have defined their relationship, both men seem to have moved past the bitterness of 2016. This unique opportunity that has been presented to President Trump can help advance his agenda in a multitude of ways should he nominate Cruz.

First, by accepting the nomination, his top 2016 rival would no longer look to ever run for President again. Secondly, the young, healthy and energetic Cruz, at age 47 would meet Trump’s criteria for a new Justice that will sit on the bench for the next 40 years, providing another conservative stalwart in the Court. Thirdly, it may finally be the act that kills off the last of the never Trumpers on the far right, who never forgave the president for tactics employed during the primary. With another celebrity presidential campaign by the powerful and influential Oprah Winfrey potentially looming for 2020, President Trump may need to consolidate the entire Republican base for reelection. Sometimes the best decisions are also the easiest.

Another Justice Gorsuch On The Way — And The Supreme Court’s Long-Term Constitutional Restoration

H/T Town Hall.

With this new member of the Supreme Court the court will finally get back to interoperating the Constitution instead of rewriting it. 

With Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s announcement that he will be retiring within the upcoming month it looks like President Donald Trump will very soon have the opportunity to nominate and confirm another constitutionally-minded person to the Supreme Court.

Indeed, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY)is already preparingto have the Senate potentially confirm President Trump’s nominee before the November 2018 midterm elections.

While we still have a few days until President Trump announces his pick, currently scheduled for July 9, speculation is ranging widely. Yet President Trump has said he will likely be sticking to the initial 20-person list he described during the 2016 election, including five more names to that.

Under our Constitutional framework, the Supreme Court is one of our three co-equal branches of government. However historically and even in recent years, that theoretical understanding has been marred by the complexities of reality.

Given the Supreme Court’s appointed and lifetime nature, small staff, as well as far more reclusive activities in comparison to the high-publicity executive and legislative branches, it seems people often feel it is either doing too much or too little.

Too often now when the Supreme Court rules in favor of one side, we praise it as if it were a legislative vote. If the policy results are against what we hoped for, we deride it. While such a paradigm would be sensible were we talking about policy making channels, it has been warned for a long time – particularly by a society I have been a leader in and still am part of,the Federalist Society– that it would lead down a dark and tumultuous road for our nation’s long-term health.

And, well, here we are. The Supreme Court is now less seen as a final interpreter of our laws and arbiter of the Constitution but rather as just another political battleground.

Before saying I am too idealistic, remember there was a time not too long ago when Supreme Court nomineeswere largely confirmed eitherin an almost unanimous roll call or even by voice vote. This lax-attitude coincided with the Supreme Court largely refraining from major policy intervention except in the most clear-cut Constitutional and legal cases.

When we think of how even a solid and experienced nominee like now-Justice Neil Gorsuch was only confirmed in a divisive 54-45 vote, that three of President Ronald Reagan’s nominees were confirmed 99-0, 98-0, and 97-0 almost seems surreal.

An immense irony is that previously the filibuster, which could have stopped Justice Gorsuch’s nomination and Justice Kennedy’s replacement, was a cultural norm in the Senate until Democrats did away with it in 2013.

To be fair, it is worth noting that in 2013 Congressional Republicans were holding up dozens of lower court nominations through what one could argue was less adherence to investigatory processes but rather more of a political power-play.

In the meantime other occasionally followed practices, such as the “Biden Rule” fornot having confirmationsin key election years, have been thrown to the wayside slowly bit-by-bit as well.

While all these rules were once part of the webbing that kept our legislative branch collegial and functional now they too are seemingly a relic of the past amid our politically contentious national climate.

As the nominations process begins to move forward for Justice Kennedy’s replacement, both sides will be rolling out bumper-sticker arguments that belie the immense historical, legal, and political complexity of the role of the Supreme Court in American society and the process of filling and checking it.

Given the reality of human nature, it can be expected that we will always have a level of partisanship and politics in even those institutions that are theoretically impartial and above the fray.

Nonetheless, that doesn’t mean we should do our best to try to create neutral grounds and keep the policy battles where they belong. The alternative – of politicized institutions, such as the IRS scandal – has already created immense distaste and polarization among the American people.

Though the Supreme Court is just one piece of our government, it is an essential one with major impact across our entire society, as we’ve especially seen in recent years. The nomination of another constitutionally minded Justice will do a long way in restoring the Court’s proper role and nature, but the broader and longer-term view is important as well and we, the American people, have a key role and duty in determining it.

Maher: Trump Will ‘Go When He Wants To Go,’ Even if He Loses 2020 Election

H/T Breitbart.com.

Bill Maher has a bad case of Trump derangement syndrome.

 

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated he doesn’t know if Democrats will ever win another election because President Trump “is going to go when he wants to go, and that includes losing the 2020 election.”

Maher said, “The mistake was made by letting him become president. You know, I’ve seen this in so many thriller movies, where the hero…says to the civilian that gets mixed up in the whole mess, look, some people will approach you. They’ll have suits and badges. They’ll look very official, and they’ll say, ‘Get in the car with us.’ Don’t ever get in the car. Because once you do that, you have no options, and that’s it, you’re dead. And we got in the car with Donald Trump. And once we’re in the car, we don’t have any — we’re not going to win the Supreme Court pick. I don’t know if we’re ever going to win another election, because I keep saying, and I truly believe, he is going to go when he wants to go, and that includes losing the 2020 election.”