Donald Trump's presidential campaign has intertwined with sports a few times. There was the time he confusingly asked about bringing Joe Paterno back and of course his opinions on whether Joe Flacco is elite. Now, his candidacy and sports...Show More Summary
Donald Trump, who knows how to properly articulate his points, held a rally in Pittsburgh on Wednesday night and said, “How’s Joe Paterno? Are we gonna bring that back? Right? … How about that whole deal?” Joe Paterno is the deceased and largely disgraced former head coach of Penn State’s football team. Show More Summary
Donald Trump made another huge gaffe when he was addressing a Pittsburgh rally by suddenly bringing up the name of the former legendary college football coach, who left disgraced after the Sandusky story of sexual abusing children came...Show More Summary
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump drew guffaws and derision on social media after he asked a campaign rally in Pittsburgh, “How’s Joe Paterno?” The legendary Penn State University football coach died four years ago. “I went to school in this state. I know a...
Donald Trump ventured into controversial territory on Wednesday during a campaign stop in Pittsburgh, revisiting some painful memories of a child sexual abuse scandal that rocked the state of Pennsylvania several years ago. As reported...Show More Summary
Donald Trump made reference during a Wednesday rally to the late former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno. "How's Joe Paterno?" Trump asked the crowd at a rally in Pittsburgh. "Are we going to bring that back, right? How about that...Show More Summary
During a rally in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, Donald Trump told the crowd, "I know a lot about Pennsylvania, and it's great. How's Joe Paterno? We gonna bring that back? Right? How about that whole deal?" This is an odd thing to say for multiple reasons. Show More Summary
Trump eventually caught on. “We love Penn State but we love Pittsburgh, right?” he said, to cheers.
Calling for the reinstallation of Joe Paterno's statue is a particularly Trumpian form of pandering.
Donald Trump was showing off his knowledge of all things Pennsylvania during a Pittsburgh rally Wednesday night when he asked a baffling question — about Penn State's famed football coach. "How's Joe Paterno?" Trump asked supporters. "Are we gonna bring that back? Right?... How about that whole...
[Content Note: Rape culture; sex abuse of children. Video may autoplay at link.]Last night at a rally in Pittsburgh, Donald Trump said this fucking garbage: "I know a lot about Pennsylvania, and it's great. How's Joe Paterno? We're gonna...Show More Summary
Donald Trump wants to make things great again, and also to bring things back—including late Penn State coach Joe Paterno. At least that was the confusing impression he made Wednesday during a campaign rally in Pittsburgh. For the Win reports he asked the crowd gathered there, "How's Joe Paterno?...
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested Wednesday that Penn State should resurrect the statue of late head football coach Joe Paterno, who was accused of covering up a colleague’s sex abuse of young boys.
Pandering to local crowds is a staple of political campaigns everywhere, and Donald Trump’s is no different. But the key to successful pandering is knowing to whom you’re speaking and, of course, what you’re saying. Trump was way off base on both those counts Wednesday, when he spoke before a crowd of supporters at a rally […]
Whenever the old Donald utters such bizarre statements, I wonder if it might be related to age-related cognitive impairment. The post At Pittsburgh Old Trump Asks How Joe Paterno is Doing appeared first on RedState.
Speaking in Pittsburgh, Donald Trump delivered one of the strangest lines all election season: He asked the crowd how Joe Paterno was doing, and...
Trump begins quest for Sorcerer's Stone in order to resurrect Joe Paterno pic.twitter.com/kSXw6wMVH6 — Ian McKenna (@Ian_McK_) April 13, 2016 Donald Trump was either trying to say something that didn't come out quite right or was very misinformed when he asked a crowd in Pittsburgh "How's Joe Paterno?" Paterno, of course, died in 2012. Show More Summary
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump was speaking about coal mining to a crowd in Pittsburgh Wednesday night when he segued into a bizarre (...)
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