Bill O’Reilly on ‘Killing Reagan’: I Didn’t Understand Ronald Reagan’s ‘Nobility’

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In an interview with Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon, Fox News host and bestselling author Bill O’Reilly discussed his new book, Killing Reagan: The Violent Assault that Changed the Presidency. The book focuses on the failed murder attempt by John Hinckley, Jr. on President Ronald Reagan in 1981 in order to impress actress Jodie Foster.
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Mitt Romney: Donald Trump Won’t Win GOP Nomination

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Failed establishment Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney does not think frontrunner Donald Trump will win the party’s presidential nomination. “I will support the Republican nominee. I don’t think that’s going to be Donald Trump,” Romney reportedly said at The Atlantic‘s Washington Ideas Forum Wednesday. “My party has historically nominated someone who’s a mainstream conservative.” Romney added that he would not “disqualify someone just because they hadn’t served in Washington or hadn’t served in a state house,” but predicted that though “there’s a lot of attention given to the insurgent bracket… you’re going to see one or two people emerge on the [establishment] side.” Trump has blistered Romney for giving away an election in 2012 that Republicans should have won. Last week in Oklahoma, Trump, who is gaining the support of blue-collar and working-class Americans who never warmed to Romney, said “millions and millions of people stayed home because they were not energized” by Romney’s candidacy and “if the people that are here tonight are energized, you’re going to win.” “If the people were energized in the last election Romney would have won but they weren’t,” Trump said. “They’re energized now.” Making a Reggie Miller-esque choking gesture, Trump said Romney “choked like
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Romney: ‘I Don’t Think’ Trump Will Be the GOP Nominee

In an appearance at the Washington Ideas Forum in Washington, DC on Wednesday, 2012 Republican nominee former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) pledged to support the eventual GOP nominee, but he said he did not believe it would current front-runner Donald Trump. Romney criticized Trump on foreign policy grounds, in particular for his proposal on how to handle the ISIS threat in Syria. “I will support the Republican nominee. I don’t think that’s going to be Donald Trump,” Romney said. “My party has historically nominated someone who is a mainstream conservative and someone who has a foundation in foreign policy that gives people confidence that they can guide the ship of state in troubled waters. Mr. Trump over the weekend, I think on ’60 Minutes’ said that he thought it would be a good idea to let ISIS take over Syria and the we could pick up the pieces. I thought that was both absurd and dangerous and I just don’t think that kind of proposal is going to lead him to become our nominee.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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