drumpf's (trump's) lies, over and over, and the old adage 'if you repeat a lie often enough people start to believe it' is proving true. So many people are voluntarily ignorant they take drumpf at his word. george w bush and his neocons used this tactic to take the nation to war in Iraq and just look at how well that turned out. Many of drumpf's supporters believe him because they hate Hillary Clinton. Many are too lazy to research drumpf's "facts", many don't want to know the truth. What is disturbing is how many Christians are supporting the sexist, racist, narcissistic, xenophobic, hateful greed based campaign rhetoric. Where in the Old or New Testaments of the Christian Bible are these traits encouraged? What teachings of Jesus Christ can they quote to justify their tolerance of and support for his campaign for the presidency? But back to drumpf's lies and his and his minions ability to manipulate the media by plain old fashioned rudeness. They constantly interrupt, talk over and ignore reporters attempts to ask questions and challenge known lies being spouted so by the time the "interview" is over they have been able to spread more of their lies, further deceiving and manipulating the electorate to the drumpf's campaign's benefit. matt lauer didn't even try to control drumpf during the CIC Town Hall he was supposed to be moderating. One reporter I have seen fight like hell to control one of drumpf's talking heads is Judy Woodruff of the +PBS NewsHour ... Check out this interview and watch how Ms Woodruff fights to keep control of the interview and get answers to questions from drumpf adviser boris epshteyn compared to the civility of Clinton adviser Philip Gordon. This is followed by a piece from the +Washington Post on drumpf's campaign of lies.....
How would the candidates navigate high-stakes ties with Russia?
What kind of relations should the U.S. have with Russia and President Vladimir Putin? It’s a question that could affect the future of the Syrian conflict and European security, and the two candidates have strikingly different takes. Judy Woodruff speaks with former Assistant Secretary of State Philip Gordon, an advisor to the Clinton campaign, and Trump campaign advisor Boris Epshteyn.