Trump Responds To Boston Globe’s Satire

Plus… the chilling comment from Boston Globe that no one is talking about.

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At a rally Sunday in Rochester, NY, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump responded to Boston Globe’s satirical front page issue which imagines a Trump presidency.  

“How about that stupid Boston Globe? It’s worthless, sold for a dollar,” Trump said during the Rochester rally.  “They pretended Trump is the president and they made up, the whole front page is a make-believe story, which is really no different from the whole paper. … The whole thing is made up.”

Accompanying the fake front page was a long editorial from the Boston Globe, urging Republicans to “put up every legitimate roadblock to Trump that they can.”

Boston Globe writes that they believe Cruz is “more dangerous” than Trump:

“It doesn’t mean settling for an equally extreme — and perhaps more dangerous — nominee in Ted Cruz. If the party can muster the courage to reject its first-place finisher, rejecting the runner-up should be even easier.”

They call on the GOP to nominate Romney or Ryan, while admitting either would be a losing nominee.

Says Boston Globe, “The Republican Party’s standard deserves to be hoisted by an honorable and decent man, like Romney or Ryan, elected on the convention floor. It is better to lose with principle than to accept a dangerous deal from a demagogue.”


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