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Published On: Wed, Jan 27th, 2016

Donald Trump praises Pelosi, Reid, Schumer, bashes Ted Cruz, Megyn Kelly, Glenn Beck

Donald Trump may have surprised GOP supporters talking highly of top rankings Democrats Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Charles Schumer and Michael Bloomberg and others while still targeting Republicans and conservatives in a negative way.

The key comment in the video comes at 5:40 of the clip below.

 2011 CPAC photo Gage Skidmore

2011 CPAC photo Gage Skidmore

“I’ve always had a good relationship with Nancy Pelosi. I’ve never had a problem. Reid will be gone,” Trump said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Tuesday, adding that ”I always had a decent relationship with Reid, although lately, obviously, I haven’t been dealing with him, so he’ll actually use my name as the ultimate — you know, as the ultimate of the billionaires in terms of, you know, people you don’t want. I always had a great relationship with Harry Reid and frankly, if I weren’t running for office I would be able to deal with her or Reid or anybody. But I think I’d be able to get along and work very well with Nancy Pelosi and just about everybody.”

Trump acknowledged on Saturday that “When I’m president, I’m a different person. I can be the most politically correct person you’ve ever seen.”

Trump has repeatedly criticized Fox’s Megyn Kelly as a “third-rate” reporter and as Thursday’s debate approached, Trump began disparaging Ms. Kelly again and ultimately won’t participate in the Fox hosted debate.

Despite getting establishment endorsements from John McCain, Bob Dole and others, Trump said that “I think the establishment actually is against me, but really coming online. “Because they see me, as opposed to Cruz who is a nasty guy who can’t get along with anybody,” he said an excerpt of an interview with CNN to air Monday.

“At a certain point, [you] got to make deals,” Trump said. “We can’t have a guy who stands in the middle of the Senate floor and every other senator thinks he’s a wack job, right? You have to make deals. You have to get along. That’s the purpose of what our founders created.”

“And Ted cannot get along with anybody. He’s a nasty person,” he said. “You don’t see that. And even when he was supportive of me, I kept saying, watch what’s going to happen, he’s a nasty guy. He brought it up at the debate. He started it; I finished it. But he … started getting very bad at the debate.”


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  1. Sam says:

    John McCain has not endorsed Trump. They hate each other

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