New York Times
By Jeremy Peters
February 6, 2016
Since he skipped the last Republican debate, some of us had forgotten what it was like to have Donald J. Trump on the stage. He reminded us in the debate’s first exchange — with his clipped verbiage, vagaries, simple syntax and repetition. Immigration, immigration, immigration.
“I hit immigration — I hit it very hard,” Mr. Trump said, rejecting the premise of the moderator’s question: Did he have the right temperament to be president. “Everybody said, ‘Oh the temperament.'”
“I hit other things,” he continued. “I talked about Muslims. We have a problem.”
And the solution? As usual, Mr. Trump was vague. “Something” needed to be done.
“We have to have a temporary something, because there’s something going on that’s not good.”
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