Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to retain the title of “The Whiniest Presidential Candidate In U.S. History.”
Monday on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Trump proclaimed that the upcoming presidential debates would be rigged, primarily because the moderators will treat him “very unfairly.”
“As far as the debates are concerned, and the system is being gamed because everybody said I won the so-called forum that your group put on, but they all said I won and that Matt Lauer was easy on me, and he wasn’t,” Trump said.
He continued, “I think he was professional and has been treated unfairly, and they all said I won so when I go into the debate, I will be treated very, very unfairly by the moderators.”
Trump continued on a weird tangent about how legendary Duke University basketball coach Bobby Knight (who’s also a big Trump fan) raised hell about the referees so that he could get more favorable calls.
He said that they should nix the debate moderators and allow both he and Hillary Clinton to argue directly against each other one on one.
Donald proclaimed, “They’re gaming the system and I think we should have no moderators.”
He went on, “Let Hillary and I sit there and just debate because I think the system is being rigged so it’s going to be a very unfair debate.”
“I can see it happening right now because everybody was saying ‘he was soft on Trump,’ well now the new person is going to try and be really hard on Trump just to show the establishment what he can do. So, I think it’s very unfair what they are doing. So, I think we should have a debate with no moderator, just Hillary and I sitting there talking.”
While Hillary Clinton campaigns with walking pneumonia, Trump continues to find new things to whine about.
That is because Trump knows he doesn’t stand a chance at beating Clinton in a debate, so he’s trying to find new ways to lower the bar through the earth’s core all the way to the other side of the planet.
Trump wants to bully and intimidate the moderators so that they give him the “Matt Lauer” treatment, hopefully, the moderators will show some spine and challenge both Trump and Clinton while maintaining their objectivity.
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