Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza stops by to talk with Teri and Tami about his film, Hillary’s America, and to answer the question on everyone’s mind: Should you ally with the bad guy to get rid of the worse guy? They also discuss the evil roots of the Democrat Party, the twisted relationship between Bill and Hillary, Dinesh’s advice to Christians during this insane election season, and what should happen to the Republican Party.

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  1. Eugene Kriegsmann Member
    Eugene Kriegsmann
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    I nearly choked when I heard Dinesh’s advice to Trump as to how he should describe himself. I went to Kew Forest School at the same time as Donald Trump did. It was an expensive, fairly exclusive private school in Kew Gardens, Queens. It was anything but a rough start to life. The curriculum of the school, its expectations for students, and the standards it maintained were all comparable to the Manhattan private schools with which it competed for students. Trump was, economically, upper middle class, as were most who attended the school. There were a few scholarship students from less advantaged homes, but no one behaved in the manner that Trump displays in his adult life. The people he was exposed to at that school were polite, well-spoken, and respectful. He left Kew Forest in disgrace after assaulting a teacher. Something totally unique in the history of that school. He was sent to a military style boarding school for the remainder of his secondary education. Implying that Trumps coarseness is a product of his environment is patently absurd. He had every opportunity to develop the habits and behaviors of civilized individuals. I suspect that he felt then and continues to feel that being “rich” allows him to act in any way he wants.

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  2. terichristoph Podcaster
    terichristoph
    @terichristoph

    Eugene Kriegsmann:I nearly choked when I heard Dinesh’s advice to Trump as to how he should describe himself. I went to Kew Forest School at the same time as Donald Trump did. It was an expensive, fairly exclusive private school in Kew Gardens, Queens. It was anything but a rough start to life. The curriculum of the school, its expectations for students, and the standards it maintained were all comparable to the Manhattan private schools with which it competed for students. Trump was, economically, upper middle class, as were most who attended the school. There were a few scholarship students from less advantaged homes, but no one behaved in the manner that Trump displays in his adult life. The people he was exposed to at that school were polite, well-spoken, and respectful. He left Kew Forest in disgrace after assaulting a teacher. Something totally unique in the history of that school. He was sent to a military style boarding school for the remainder of his secondary education. Implying that Trumps coarseness is a product of his environment is patently absurd. He had every opportunity to develop the habits and behaviors of civilized individuals. I suspect that he felt then and continues to feel that being “rich” allows him to act in any way he wants.

    I did wonder about that comment, Eugene!

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