Greg Corombos of Radio America and Jim Geraghty of National Review believe the Hillary Clinton email server story will be around much longer now that her former staffer plans to invoke his fifth amendment rights against self-incrimination. They’re stunned that a federal judge threw a county clerk in jail for refusing to issue any marriage licenses based on her Christian beliefs, although they acknowledge the fierce debate within the GOP over the clerk’s rights and actions. And they react to the on-air dust-up between Donald Trump and Hugh Hewitt over whether expecting Trump to know the leaders of major terrorist organizations constituted a gotcha question.

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  1. Penfold Member

    A little of what Trump says about delegating does make sense. But the boss does have to know a few facts here and there. At least enough to make you think he’s thought about the issues. I think he’s used to demanding results, looking at a graph to make sure it’s on the upswing and yelling at subordinates. It might be a good way to run a company but I’m not sure it would transition well to running a country. Unless it’s an old-style Henry VIII monarchy.

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    • September 4, 2015, at 11:07 AM PDT
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