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    Trump Agrees to Debate Bernie Sanders for Charity, Bernie Says ‘Game On’

    YUGE05.25.16 10:04 PM ET

    Trump Agrees to Debate Bernie Sanders for Charity, Bernie Says ‘Game On’

    On Kimmel, Trump agreed to debate Bernie prior to the June 7 California primary for charity, claimed to be raising $1 billion for the GOP, and waffled on the trans bathroom debate.



    “I’m glad you made it past security. We are all buttoned-up because Donald Trump is here tonight,” quipped Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. “Tonight, those of you watching at home will have the rare opportunity to see Donald Trump on television.”


    Yes, Kimmel had landed a highly anticipated interview with the presumptive Republican nominee for president ahead of the California primaries, and the atmosphere got even tenser when it was revealed that, hours before showtime, musical guests The Weeknd and Belly had pulled out of the show, citing their objections to Trump’s political views.


    Referring to him as a “tangerine-tinted Godzilla,”



    The biggest news to emerge from their late-night rendezvous came when Kimmel posed a question to Trump from Thursday night’s guest on the show: Bernie Sanders

    Are you prepared to debate the major issues facing our largest state and the country prior to the California primary?” asked Sanders via written letter.

    “Yes, I am,” replied Trump. “How much is he going to pay me? Because if I debated him, we would have such high ratings and I think I should take that money and give it to some worthy charity. If he paid a nice sum for a charity I would love to do that.”
    Trump also agreed to the debate with Bernie if a network ponied ponied up the desired charitable donation. And right after the segment aired, Bernie said the debate is “on” via Twitter:





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    Game on. I look forward to debating Donald Trump in California before the June 7 primary.

    9:30 PM - 25 May 2016



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    So the debate is on..this should be good..i wonder how much Bernie will be ponying up for charity?
    He has a uuuge sum of money left to spend.
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    I bet Fox News agrees to moderate it...

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    Why should Bernie have to pay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassy View Post
    Why should Bernie have to pay?
    Did you read the OP?

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    Bernie is just dying to get the chance to get on that stage and do a penis comparison with bid daddy Donald.

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    This is going to be must watch T.V, it will be fun to see.

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    Left with just a slim path to winning the state, Mr. Sanders has become all the more vehement in his attacks on the Democratic Party, with his supporters even sending threats to the chairwoman of the Nevada Democratic Party after they felt snubbed at the state’s convention this month.

    Sanders loses ground in California as campaign’s provocative behavior drives away voters

    Analysts say the growing sense that Mr. Sanders is prolonging a race he has no hope of winning may be turning off some voters and could be to blame for the fact that he is trailing Mrs. Clinton by a significant margin, according to polls.

    “I think the recent events with Sen. Sanders make him look more like spoiler than advocate. The Nevada business was not good for him,” said Samuel Popkin, a political science professor at the University of California, San Diego, and a former consultant to the Bill Clinton and Al Gore presidential campaigns. “California is a place where people want to win in November. It’s a very good sign for Clinton if [Mr. Sanders] loses badly, because it means Democrats are more concerned about Trump than the differences” between the two Democrats.

    Bernie Sanders loses ground in California as campaign's provocative behavior drives away voters - Washington Times

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    Can anybody tell me the last time candidates from both parties debated before the conventions, or if it's even happened before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldendog View Post
    YUGE05.25.16 10:04 PM ET

    Trump Agrees to Debate Bernie Sanders for Charity, Bernie Says ‘Game On’

    On Kimmel, Trump agreed to debate Bernie prior to the June 7 California primary for charity, claimed to be raising $1 billion for the GOP, and waffled on the trans bathroom debate.



    “I’m glad you made it past security. We are all buttoned-up because Donald Trump is here tonight,” quipped Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. “Tonight, those of you watching at home will have the rare opportunity to see Donald Trump on television.”


    Yes, Kimmel had landed a highly anticipated interview with the presumptive Republican nominee for president ahead of the California primaries, and the atmosphere got even tenser when it was revealed that, hours before showtime, musical guests The Weeknd and Belly had pulled out of the show, citing their objections to Trump’s political views.


    Referring to him as a “tangerine-tinted Godzilla,”



    The biggest news to emerge from their late-night rendezvous came when Kimmel posed a question to Trump from Thursday night’s guest on the show: Bernie Sanders

    Are you prepared to debate the major issues facing our largest state and the country prior to the California primary?” asked Sanders via written letter.

    “Yes, I am,” replied Trump. “How much is he going to pay me? Because if I debated him, we would have such high ratings and I think I should take that money and give it to some worthy charity. If he paid a nice sum for a charity I would love to do that.”
    Trump also agreed to the debate with Bernie if a network ponied ponied up the desired charitable donation. And right after the segment aired, Bernie said the debate is “on” via Twitter:





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    Game on. I look forward to debating Donald Trump in California before the June 7 primary.

    9:30 PM - 25 May 2016



    6,497 6,497 Retweets

    11,438 11,438 likes


    https://news.google.com/news/url?sr=...s_picks%3Dtrue


    So the debate is on..this should be good..i wonder how much Bernie will be ponying up for charity?
    He has a uuuge sum of money left to spend.
    Whut? Will this be on pay-per-view? HITH does Trump anticipate it will raise funds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldendog View Post
    Left with just a slim path to winning the state, Mr. Sanders has become all the more vehement in his attacks on the Democratic Party, with his supporters even sending threats to the chairwoman of the Nevada Democratic Party after they felt snubbed at the state’s convention this month.

    Sanders loses ground in California as campaign’s provocative behavior drives away voters

    Analysts say the growing sense that Mr. Sanders is prolonging a race he has no hope of winning may be turning off some voters and could be to blame for the fact that he is trailing Mrs. Clinton by a significant margin, according to polls.

    “I think the recent events with Sen. Sanders make him look more like spoiler than advocate. The Nevada business was not good for him,” said Samuel Popkin, a political science professor at the University of California, San Diego, and a former consultant to the Bill Clinton and Al Gore presidential campaigns. “California is a place where people want to win in November. It’s a very good sign for Clinton if [Mr. Sanders] loses badly, because it means Democrats are more concerned about Trump than the differences” between the two Democrats.

    Bernie Sanders loses ground in California as campaign's provocative behavior drives away voters - Washington Times
    You just do not get this election process, do you?

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