More than six in ten Republicans are favorable towards each of those men; the difference between them and Trump is that far fewer hold unfavorable opinions of these three candidates than are negative towards Trump.
In his Op-Ed for Sputnik Edward Lozansky, the President and Founder of the American University in Moscow, stressed that he “would give him [Trump] a chance”.
Which leads us to wonder: Does Donald Trump not know how to fix immigration? “We had a tremendous rally in Alabama and people came up and they said, ‘You know, you’re treating us fairly”.
Outlining his own plan that includes tougher border enforcement with a path to legal status for immigrants who are already in the United States illegally, Bush said the proposal by “another candidate” for mass deportations and a fence all along the border won’t work. He’s probably not very good at what he does.
I suspect Donald Trump is a plant.
“George, I’m telling you, it’s called management”, Trump explained.
Trump went on to argue that hedge-fund managers and traders contribute very little to society compared to real-estate developers like himself.
Bush, who is second to Trump in many GOP polls, has also challenged the businessman’s commitment to Republican and conservative ideas, noting that in the past he has backed abortion rights, tax hikes, and restrictions on guns. “These are guys that shift paper around and they get lucky”, Trump said on CBS’ Face The Nation on Sunday.
Trump has also asked hedge fund billionaire Carl Icahn to be Treasury secretary, and said recently that Icahn had agreed to handle U.S. trade negotiations with China and Japan if Trump makes it to the White House. “I would even take big contributors as long as they don’t expect anything because the only people that can expect something from me is going to be the people that want to see our country be great again”. “Let’s talk about the things that we can fix and fix simply without having to amend the Constitution”.
“I think that Putin, frankly, is somebody I actually can get alone with… Europe’s economy is in trouble”, she said. He said stricter enforcement of immigration laws would help resolve the problem and repeated his opposition to any move to deny U.S. citizenship to those born in America. Changing it would likely require a constitutional amendment, a virtual impossibility.
Businesswoman Carly Fiorina, another rivals for the Republican nomination, also slammed Trump’s plan during an appearance Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press“.