Now there's this, Trump's reaction under pressure

I keep getting handed these nuggets I can’t resist sharing, because it’s important to expose what a con-job Trump is.

Ever wondered how Clinton and Trump would react to the unexpected? Now you can watch and see ... By Barbara Morrill] Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have both had rallies where actions by protesters prompted their security details to rush the stage. Now watch a side-by-side comparison of how each reacted: https://twitter.com/RiotWomennn/status/761547612084285440
Yeah I know, but put a bunch of assault rifles around him and bet he's all puffed up. Well, ... at least till the firing starts. :down:
I keep getting handed these nuggets I can't resist sharing, because it's important to expose what a con-job Trump is.
Ever wondered how Clinton and Trump would react to the unexpected? Now you can watch and see ... By Barbara Morrill] Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have both had rallies where actions by protesters prompted their security details to rush the stage. Now watch a side-by-side comparison of how each reacted: https://twitter.com/RiotWomennn/status/761547612084285440
Yeah I know, but put a bunch of assault rifles around him and bet he's all puffed up. Well, ... at least till the firing starts. :down:
What happens when you shoot at an overinflated baloon?

Looks like the campaign is going to get even uglier and stupider.

Donald Trump Appoints Media Firebrand to Run Campaign By JONATHAN MARTIN, JIM RUTENBERG and MAGGIE HABERMANAUG. 17, 2016 http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/18/us/politics/donald-trump-stephen-bannon-paul-manafort.html?_r=0 Donald J. Trump named as his new campaign chief on Wednesday a conservative media provocateur whose news organization regularly attacks the Republican Party establishment, savages Hillary Clinton and encourages Mr. Trump’s most pugilistic instincts. Mr. Trump’s decision to make Stephen K. Bannon, chairman of the Breitbart News website, his campaign’s chief executive was a defiant rejection of efforts by longtime Republican hands to wean him from the bombast and racially charged speech that helped propel him to the nomination but now threaten his candidacy by alienating the moderate voters who typically decide the presidency. It also formally completed a merger between the most strident elements of the conservative news media and Mr. Trump’s campaign, which was incubated and fostered in their boisterous coverage of his rise. Mr. Bannon was appointed a day after the recently ousted Fox News chairman, Roger Ailes, emerged in an advisory role with Mr. Trump. It was not lost on Republicans in Washington that two news executives whose outlets had fueled the anti-establishment rebellion that bedeviled congressional leaders and set the stage for Mr. Trump’s nomination were now directly guiding the party’s presidential message and strategy. —- Mr. Bannon’s most recent crusade was his failed attempt to oust the House speaker, Paul D. Ryan, in this month’s primary, making his new role atop the Trump campaign particularly provocative toward Republican leaders in Washington. ... Mr. Bannon’s transition from mischief-maker at Breitbart to the inner circle of the de facto leader of the Republican Party capped the second shake-up of Mr. Trump’s campaign in two months. ...
Stephen Bannon, a Rookie Campaign Chief Who ‘Loves the Fight’ By MICHAEL BARBARO and MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM - AUG. 17, 2016 http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/18/us/politics/stephen-bannon.html

Guess perhaps the question is,
After the election will Trump start a neo-FOX media network to feed the hatred and insanity?
Is his campaign simply a rolling out process?

Scary thought, but considering Trump’s record it will be bankrupt within six months.

Scary thought, but considering Trump's record it will be bankrupt within six months.
Yeah that would be a VERY good sign. Hope springs eternal.

Yeah, let’s hope Trump get’s the biggest landslide loss ever dumped on him.
Maybe that will shut up the monsters…

Pat Buchanan: If Trump Loses, There Could Be A Revolution SUBMITTED BY Brian Tashman on Friday, 8/12/2016 http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/pat-buchanan-if-trump-loses-there-could-be-revolution In a column yesterday, Pat Buchanan warned that if Donald Trump loses the election in November, America could experience a revolution. Buchanan, citing Trump’s recent suggestion that the election could be “rigged," said that if Hillary Clinton defeats Trump, “would that not suggest there is something fraudulent about American democracy, something rotten in the state?" “[T]he Republican electorate should tell its discredited and rejected ruling class: If we cannot get rid of you at the ballot box, then tell us how, peacefully and democratically, we can be rid of you?" he continued. “You want Trump out? How do we get you out? The Czechs had their Prague Spring. The Tunisians and Egyptians their Arab Spring. When do we have our American Spring?" Buchanan then quoted John F. Kennedy’s remarks on U.S.-Latin American relations: “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable." ...

This seems as good a place to park this as any.
Garrison shows us what word smithing is all about in this excellent reflection on Trump’s substance.
Too many worthy paragraphs to share, but decorum give the Chicago Tribune it’s due, check out the full article, it’s a hoot.
{You know in the old days you could walk by the Tribune building and look into the windows of the printing press room and watch those miles of paper weaving back and forth though the labyrinth of the presses. It was very cool.}

Column by Garrison Keillor: The braggart with the ducktail who would be president http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/commentary/ct-trump-orlando-congratulates-himself-keillor-perspec-0615-md-20160615-story.html It is the most famous ducktail in America today, the hairdo of wayward youth of a bygone era, and it's astonishing to imagine it under the spotlight in Cleveland, being cheered by Republican dignitaries. The class hood, the bully and braggart, the guy revving his pink Chevy to make the pipes rumble, presiding over the student council. This is the C-minus guy who sat behind you in history and poked you with his pencil and smirked when you asked him to stop. That smirk is now on every front page in America. It is not what anybody — left, right or center — looks for in a president. There's no philosophy here, just an attitude. He is a little old for a ducktail. By the age of 70, most ducks have moved on, but not Donald Trump. … … His response to the Orlando tragedy is one more clue that this election is different from any other. If Mitt Romney or John McCain had been elected president, you might be disappointed, but you wouldn't fear for the fate of the Republic. This time, the Republican Party is nominating a man who resides in the dark depths. He is a thug and he doesn't bother to hide it. The only greatness he knows about is himself. So the country is put to a historic test. If the man is not defeated, then we are not the country we imagine we are. All of the trillions spent on education was a waste. The churches should close up shop. The nation that elects this man president is not a civilized society. The gentleman is not airing out his fingernail polish, he is not showing off his wedding ring; he is making an obscene gesture. Ignore it at your peril. Washington Post Writers Group Garrison Keillor