In His Own Words: Trump Admits New York Values Are Different

In His Own Words: Trump Admits New York Values Are Different

In an interview from 1999, Donald Trump admitted his New York values are different than those in Iowa.

Donald Trump and his ‘New York values’ came under attack during the republican debate by Ted Cruz.

Cruz issued the statement that ‘not a lot of conservatives come out of Manhattan’ toward Trump. Mainly as a response to Trump’s accusation about Cruz that ‘not a lot of evangelicals come out of Cuba.’

In Trump fashion, he completely spun his response. Trump brought up 9/11, which isn’t even closely related to debate, saying that everyone was able to come together to clean up and rebuild.

In the video posted above from a 1999 interview on ‘Meet the Press,’ Donald Trump admits that his ‘New York values’ are different that those you might find in Iowa.

Which is it, Donald? You’re either for your values or not.

 


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