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Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters conducts interviews during the Democratic National Convention.
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Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters conducts interviews during the Democratic National Convention.
Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters conducts interviews during the Democratic National Convention.

 

Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters dropped in on the Democratic National Convention this week in Philadelphia to tape a series of man-on-the-street interviews for “The O’Reilly Factor,” asking people gathered in and around the event what they thought of Donald Trump.

“Can you name one good thing about Donald Trump?” asked Watters. “He speaks his own crazy mind,” said one man.

“He’s against free-trade agreements, which is pretty cool,” chimed another.

“I think he’s tapped into the feeling of disenfranchisement that many people have,” said a woman.

Get the hottest, most important news stories on the Internet – delivered FREE to your inbox as soon as they break! Take just 30 seconds and sign up for WND’s Email News Alerts! But it was when Watters pointed out that Trump wants to defeat ISIS that things took an even nuttier-than-usual turn. One man said he was less interested in Trump’s stance than in learning the terror group’s thoughts on “global warming.”

“I don’t approve of ISIS tactics but I don’t know anything about their ideology, I don’t know what ISIS thinks about global warming,” he said. “I’d be interested in their views on global warming.”

When the correspondent suggested to left-leaning actress Ashley Judd that she looked “like a Hillary girl,” Judd snapped back, “Well, I’m past puberty so I’m a woman.”

—Source: http://www.wnd.com/2016/07/3543994/#R9AdLgIBsAgVtAYk.99


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