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Adenoid_Hynkel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-04-11 02:01 AM
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Newt accepts Trump debate: 'How could you turn down The Donald?'
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Source: Politico

Newt Gingrich has become the first GOP hopeful to accept the NewsMax/Donald Trump debate invitation, and explained to reporters why a bit ago: "How could you turn down The Donald?"

"I would want to go just for the entertainment value," he added, noting he's meeting with Trump on Monday in Manhattan. But he quickly added, "Trump is a unique American'd be like if Bill Gates called asking for a debate presence."

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Let the Birther Debate begin!

Sure, Trump is just like Bill Gates -- the only difference being that Bill Gates started with nothing and earned his wealth over his career, whereas Orly Trump inherited gazillions, mismanaged it, filed for multiple bankruptcies and then was forced to grovel for a reality TV salary to maintain his egomaniacal standard of living.

I have to wonder, though - is this where Donald will finally produce his promised tax returns or tell us what 'amazing things' the investigators of his Hawaiian Birther Task Force found on their top secret mission? Still waiting for the starstruck media to call him out on that lie.
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