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Yeah trump going to -- debate and run for president himself.
A growing number of GOP -- are dissing the Donald -- noticed TV debate and he is not happy about it.
You know -- very disappointed Michelle Bachmann -- come up to see me four times four times.
She'd call me she gasping for tries to sit I should be her vice presidential.
You know where if you -- she'd like to think about me for the vice president and worked -- all heal all of these things.
And most importantly I didn't get to our phone call for her with her people and because there's -- -- people -- -- endorsing her what she answer was no.
But if stroller that's just an excuse not committed that event -- liberal -- -- -- like royalty it's actually called loyalty.
Now the Cannes may find themselves really taking on trump he says he may -- he might run for president.
-- says the Republican Party cancer very concerned that sometime after the final episode the practice on May twentieth.
When the equal time provisions are no longer applicable to me I will announce my candidacy for president of the United States as an independent.
And that Leszek conclusively agree not to run as an independent they will not -- to the news Max debates scheduled for December 27 when he allowed.
It is very important to me that the right Republican can -- -- chosen to defeat the failed and very destructive Obama administration.
But if they're Republican in my opinion is not the right candidate I am unwilling to give up my right to run as independent -- So is all this -- in the Republican race for the White House RNC chairman -- previous joins -- spinning -- Hey Greta how are you will fare well I I suspect the soft -- of the via headline never dollar the to the possibility that that you'll now have that said Donald Trump running as an independent heavy -- -- -- Thought.
Well I -- for thought but you're gonna have Jana so we could talk about our Packers a little bit that we can get -- -- -- business sense and talk about this issue.
But regret -- you know I listen.
trump quite a bit and an Irish certainly respect news Max and so.
You know my position on this has actually nothing to do really.
With -- whether or not we appreciate or respect these the organization and mr.
trump not at all what what this assessed to do it does the fact that.
You know if you have a moderator and the moderator is considering running.
As an independent I just think that that you know that's an issue that we needed we need to look at and that's all and in the end Greta the reality is as you know.
Because fox is involved in a lot of debates candidates decide for themselves what they want to do and and fox and CNN and all these groups can.
You can all scheduled debates but in the end the candidates actually decide what they want to do and what they don't want to do what I did earlier.
This week on fox announced on FOX & Friends and I was asked about it was simply just say -- You know like.
trump and -- news -- a whole lot but.
You know this is an issue of concern and I think that it's it's pretty reason that -- -- chairman to be concerned about it.
I you say that if he would make a declaration that he has no intention to run as a Republican turned independent -- anything that you would have no problems is some people are posed to him.
Not moderated debate but -- saying that in that instance.
If he's not gonna run that your that you think that.
-- that might be a good idea to have run a debate.
-- -- -- -- I think that is certainly would take the major hurdle off the table and then at that point it -- like like now.
Even with their hurdle it's still up to the candidates -- I guess that's what I'm saying.
I think most -- watching this would agree with me that it's a pretty reasonable concern to have that concerns completely off the table.
Well -- -- my answer is just the candidates decide in the candidates the sight anyway for that matter so.
It's it's -- they're calling the end and these candidates in the campaigns have to make these decisions on their own both on scheduling him.
And it and all of those sorts of issues -- that these guys need to be concerned with.
Have you or anyone understaffed -- a conversation -- something the last three or four weeks.
No not at all the so there's no communication between the trump Donald Trump and the -- I've talked to I've talked to.
Donald Trump months ago.
In fact we did a fund raiser at a golf course of his.
Over the summer and it was a it was a great event.
And our relationship -- mr.
trump is very good so.
I guess I'm beyond that this has nothing to do -- relationships.
Are what we think about.
News Max or anyone else this just has to do -- the fact whether or not.
It's a Smart idea to have a moderator who is batting around the idea of running as an independent and moderate debate that's all this this.
I am there's a list seems like there might be some blood on the -- and Republican Party next couple weeks because it's gotten quite rugged two and a number of the candidates found.
And most recently -- seems -- governor Romney and his supporters.
Are going pretty aggressively after speaker Gingrich -- for his personal past.
Your thought on this what is at least sort of evolving into a rather rugged campaign between the two of them.
Why I don't think primaries -- -- unique obviously.
The other parties had -- of them Bill Clinton came through one -- obviously you've Hillary and and and Hillary and Barack Obama nearly -- each other's eyes out through the end of June and look what happened he won and took a supermajority in congress and that sixty vote and votes in the in the US senate -- them so the concept that.
Tough primaries are somehow a bad thing.
I think the opposite I actually think primaries that are competitive and tough.
I think they're great for us you know.
We're both from Wisconsin Greta Scott Walker didn't walk into the governor's house and he's leading a great debate in this country can't walk and -- a tough fight.
Against mark Newman who spent but five million dollars of his own money.
All those other governors that came through the midwest none of them walked in they all came through primaries there's a history in this country.
Candidates that come through pretty difficult primaries.
And up going in and winning elections so I think it's pretty common.
-- what's uncommon though -- -- in two days of the Packers managed to sell 43 million dollars worth of shares to citizens.
When essentially they bought almost nothing except bragging rights but does show what.
Enormous amount of and -- the last -- on that -- about about you like that.
Hey I'm a stockholder.
-- we all are anyway trying to hit apparently got a lot of new US shareholders.