Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Donald Trump can Whine but NOT Apologize !

Trumup leads on in polls, yet losing his credibility:

In the wake of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's refusal to apologize to Fox News' Megyn Kelly, one of the moderators of last week's GOP debate, for his controversial comments about her, we've rounded up all of the times Trump has apologized for something he's said: 

So far, the list is empty. In a cursory Internet search of recent Trump-related kerfuffles, it appears that Donald Trump has never publicly apologized for anything.

Following the much talked about, much "meme'd" GOP debate, Trump claimed that Kelly had it out for him and made a comment about how she had "blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her... wherever," while asking him questions.

That quip didn't go over well. He was told not to come to a major gathering of conservatives, known as the Red State conference, held in Atlanta, Georgia, over the weekend. But he told CNN's Jake Tapper that his remarks were misunderstood, and that he "said nothing wrong whatsoever."

Trump believes that if anyone should be issued an apology, it's him. He told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that Kelly owes him an apology for her questions aimed at the candidate.
Remember Trump's comments about Sen. John McCainMexican immigrantsRosie O'Donnell?
Yeah, he isn't apologizing for any of those either.
Trump denied saying that McCain wasn't a war hero, but remarked that he would like to see him do more to help war veterans. Not an apology per se, but more like a half-denial, half-apology hybrid.

His comments on Mexico and immigrants? Nope. No apology. Back in July, he told Fox News Channel's "MediaBuzz" that his controversial comments about Mexican immigrants being rapists and murderers stemmed from media reports on crime near the border, and therefore he "can never apologize for the truth."

On calling women that he didn't agree with fat pigs, slobs or disgusting animals (particularly O'Donnell)? Nothing to be sorry for there, either.

"What I say is what I say," Trump replied during the GOP debate when Kelly asked if this type of temperament was appropriate for the office of president of the United States. "And honestly, Megyn, if you don't like it, I'm sorry," he continued. "I've been very nice to you, although I could probably maybe not be, based on the way you have treated me."
There has been one apology out of Trump's camp, however. Alas, it didn't come from the mogul himself, but rather his lawyer.

Trump on his ex-wife:
Amidst reports of a decades-old rape allegation disclosed in Trump's early 1990s divorce from then-wife Ivana, his lawyer Michael Cohen made the comment that "you cannot rape your spouse."

Cohen later apologized for this remark after Trump distanced himself from the situation.

On Monday 10th August 2015, Trump told CNN Anchor in New Day program, "I can Whine to Win, and I am greatest Whiner". On a point of thought, if Trump does not change his apologetic behavior and keeps bragging on bringing changes and not giving policy statement - Trump might be hallucinated by the leading Republicans polls at present.

Edited By:
                Kanwal Abidi - 063 News
                   (Special Correspondent - International News)
Eds Note ...  If someone can rape his own wife, call women on live shows that they are menstruating, will surely never be able to deal with Vldamir Putin or strike US-Iran Nuclear Deal, and let alone the American women health issues would be ignored. So, think wise and vote for sensible candidate ......