Published On: Tue, Dec 6th, 2011

Donald Trump: George Will ‘third rate’ and Ron Paul is a ‘joke’

‘The Donald’ appeared on Monday morning FOX and Friends and attempted to attack the critics over the announced hosting of the GOP debate.

Trump proceeded to call George Will “Third rate” and Presidential hopeful Ron Paul “a joke”.

Here’s the Quotes:

I’ve read George Will over the years. He’s third-rate and makes so many wrong predictions and if you just follow the predictions, you’ll find out he shouldn’t be doing what he does. I didn’t read this. You’re telling me this for the first time. The fact is that they came to me and they asked me — very powerful group and some others came to me — and some major Republicans, and asked me if I’d do it. I think we’ll have tremendous viewership and probably get the highest ratings on the debate, which is important when you’re trying to get a message out and, you know, somebody said — I think it was Ron Paul — I’m a reality star and I shouldn’t do it. I’m not a reality star. What I am is a businessman who runs a business, a tremendous business, I write about it in the book and even disclose my financial numbers in the book for the first time… that nobody has ever seen before.

When asked by Gretchen Carlson if he, “cared to continue the fight this morning?” Trump replied:

I don’t care. Ron Paul is not going to win. He’s got no chance. You have a better chance right now of winning. It’s a joke. He’s a joke. Here’s a man that wants — does he care if Iran has a nuclear weapon that can wipe out Israel? He doesn’t care. ‘Let them do whatever they want. They can make their own nuclear weapons.’ It’s ridiculous. So he’s not going to win. He’s not going anywhere.

photo/ donkeyhotey

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