RUSH: Trump SCHOOLED Obama On The Dangers Of Accusing People Of Being Supported By The KKK

RUSH: Well, let me offer my thoughts on what might have happened.  Can I?  May I?  With a smile on my face, can I tell you what you think might have happened in this 90-minute meeting that’s supposed to go 15?  It might have begun cordially and Obama might have started off in his arrogant, conceited way of telling Trump how things work and how things are.

He might have even said, “I really appreciated the way you grew that night, made your tone a little bit more adult.” At which time Donald Trump might have — in his own way — unloaded on Barack Obama for the hurl of insults that night at the White House Correspondents Dinner. And Trump may have schooled Obama on how dangerous it is to start accusing people of being supported by the Ku Klux Klan. And Trump may have schooled Obama on how these past eight years have wrecked this country and how damn difficult the job’s gonna be to put it back together — and don’t you dare try to get in my way as I try to fix it.

I’m thinking something like that might have happened in the 90-minute meeting.  Gloria Borger thinks that Trump walked in there like a puppy dog and that Obama — the brilliant academician and faculty lounge chairman — schooled Donald Trump on the basics of civility and humanity. And I’m thinking Trump went in there and told Barack Obama, essentially, “You have run the risk of really making me mad.  You have gone way out of the way.  You have been beneath the pale.  You have gone low. You have ridden dirty.

“And I am not the kind of guy that puts up with it and smiles and looks the other way just for the pro forma formality of this all.  And if you try to stop me at any time in the next four years, you’re going to regret it.” (interruption) With a little laugh? Well, yeah, with Trump, of course, smiling whole time ’cause he’s giddy and happy and can’t just wipe the ecstatic nature out of his very happy.  And then after that they have the meeting.  So obviously something would have had to be said.

“Now, look, we’re gonna bring the photographers in here. They’re gonna come in here and we’re gonna make it look like we got along and we’re gonna make look like everything’s fine. We’re gonna make it look like this tradition happens just this way every year and nothing happened here, Mr. President.  Got that?  It’s gonna be fine.  You can leave the meeting and you can tell everybody that it’s just fine and dandy as you want, but don’t forget what I told you when we leave here.”

Why couldn’t it just as easily be that?  Gloria Borger has her thoughts; I have mine.  And I’m not paid by the Democrat Party’s national committee, and I don’t call them to run my thoughts by them.  I don’t call anybody and say, “Hey, is okay if I say this?  Hey, what really went on in there?  Hey, would it be okay if I said that Obama really schooled Trump?”  “Yeah, yeah, fine.  Go for it.  We’ll cover you.”  That doesn’t happen here, folks.


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