Great Moments in Convention History: Trump’s dramatic entrance at the 2016 RNC

Published on August 24, 2020

Great Moments in Convention History: teleprompters at the 2016 RNC contemplate if Trump will be the worst President in American history. Watch the full segment on CBS All Access. #TOTN #TooningOut

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Clip air date 8/25/2020

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  • We The People 3 years ago

    America is

    23 in education.
    37 in healthcare.
    34 in raising family index.
    No high-speed train.
    Highest number of homeless people.
    Highest number of incarcerated people.
    78% of people live paycheck to paycheck.

    Stock market is not economy of Americans! Where 90% of money belongs to top 10% of the population, it’s wallet for the rich.

    Let’s talk like adults, instead of name calling.

    I have left the proof on my playlist, if you would like to check!

    Let’s make our country better together…….

  • Ved Sriraman 3 years ago


  • BigBoogookie 3 years ago

    That’s fresh!

  • Charlie C 3 years ago

    First! 🍊🍊

  • J Flow 3 years ago

    Obama’s Last Three Years Of Job Growth All Beat Trump’s Best Year. Vote BLUE to remove corrupt Trump.

    President Obama created 8.9 million jobs by the end of December 2016, a 6.2% increase. There were 152.3 million people employed at the end of his term. That’s compared to the 143.4 million people who were working at the end of the Bush administration.

    But that doesn’t give the total picture. The economy lost 8.5 million jobs as a result of the 2008 financial crisis. It kept shedding them until December 2009. Since that low point, Obama created 16 million jobs, an 11.6% increase. If measured that way, Obama created the third-highest total number of jobs.

    President Trump created 4.7 million jobs in his first three years. That’s a 3.1% increase over the 152.2 million people working at the end of Obama’s term. Trump passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in 2017.


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