GOP Candidates Should Take Notes From Donald Trump

Thursday, 24 Mar 2011 11:10 AM

By S.E. Cupp

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If Donald Trump isn't running for president, he sure is performing one hell of a sales pitch. And while it's not convincing me that he's suited for the Oval Office, it has at least produced a begrudging appreciation for some of the man's finer qualities. Yes, he has them. And yes, the other 2012 contenders, a pretty lackluster bunch, should take some notes.

You don't need to copy the haircut, but there's plenty you can learn from Donald Trump.

In the past few months, he's been telling anyone who will listen about his vision for the country. Borrowing somewhat from the left, he wants America to be "respected again" by other countries — not just feared. On the other hand, he's both pro-life and pro-gun. He thinks that China is laughing at us, and he once "screwed" Moammar Ghadafi. He's even weighing in on the viability of certain other Republican candidates. (Sorry, Ron Paul: He's not a fan.)

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