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Watch: Trump is making a point to talk about himself before the cameras even start.
It’s a strategy he’s been using before, but it’s new and different.
Trump is not running to be the next President of the United States.
He’s running to become the next president of the world.
And the fact that he’s talking about himself and not about his policies is one of the most bizarre and fascinating parts of the evening.
There was a moment after the rally when Trump went after the media, and he went after his supporters.
He went after their opinions.
He said, “They’re not my fans, but they are my supporters, because they are loyal.”
And he went on to say he has been very good at getting the fans to vote.
Trump has been on the campaign trail talking about how loyal his fans are to him, that they don’t like him because they dislike his policies, because of the fact they’re so loyal.
And he’s made this point before.
When he was running for President, he said he had a loyal fanbase.
He didn’t have a loyal supporter base.
He said his supporters were loyal because they were loyal to him.
But now he’s not loyal anymore.
He has to convince his supporters that he is loyal.
And when you start talking about loyalty, what you’re talking about is people who are loyal to their president, who don’t want to see their president go, and you have a loyalty-first mentality.
The first question he’s asked people, “Are you a loyal citizen?”
And they’ll say, “Yes.”
“You’re a loyal patriot?”
And he’ll say that.
And so you have an audience that is loyal to a president, but he doesn’t really want them to vote for him.
And I think that’s what he’s doing, and I think it’s going to be a problem for him going forward.
I don’t think it can last.
The question is, what are his supporters going to do if he starts talking about his loyalty to his base and not the policies?
So we have a whole new dynamic.
The first question people are going to ask is, is this real?
Are you a fan?
Are we loyal to your president?
And if it’s not, you’re going to lose your vote.
And if you’re not loyal to the president, you’ll lose your loyalty.
And that’s not a question you’re asking to win an election.
It’s a question to win the loyalty of the people who have a relationship with the president.
And then you’re in a situation where you have the people with the most loyalty who are the ones who are going on the air to say, this is what we want to talk to you about, what we need to talk with you about.
And the people are not going to like that.
They’re going a little bit crazy.
They’re going away from what they are used to hearing.
The president is not a big fan of the media.
He loves the media more than they do.
The media has taken it as a personal attack on the president and he’s going after the press more than he ever has.
He says, “I’ve been very nice to the media for years, and they don