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July 28, 2016 4:22 am

Trump Confuses Tim Kaine With Former New Jersey Governor Tom Kean

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VP candidate Tim Kaine. Photo: Wikipedia.

Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine. Photo: Wikipedia.

Red State – Trump was doing a presser [Wednesday] and decided to take a tangent to attack Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s VP choice. Kaine is relatively high profile if you follow politics even a little bit – he was governor of Virginia, Senator of Virginia, former DNC chair – the guy has been around. And since becoming Hillary’s VP choice, his record has come under even more public scrutiny.

That did not, however, stop Donald Trump today from confusing him with for, I guess, former New Jersey governor Tom Kean.

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  • Seth Watkins

    So what?

    President Obama referred to “navy corpsmen” as “navy corpse-men” – twice in the same speech – revealing poor education, or ignorance, or a Freudian slip.

    In another speech, Obama stated that he had visited 57 U.S. states during his campaign and had three more to visit, thereby indicating ignorance of basic American geography.

    And on a recent visit to Austria, Obama apologized for not being able to speak “Austrian,” indicating ignorance of foreign geography and languages.

  • John Train

    @Jonathan Tobin And the Jewish conservatives who are so sanctimonious that they will elect Hillary Clinton who initiated the Iranian negotiations when the hardliners called the presidency Iran.

    Focus on Iran. focus on the deception of the Obama administration relating to the Iranian deal.

  • Gary Shee

    The fact that this dolt (the Donald) is surrounded by an indeterminate number of supposedly politically smart/savvy campaign handlers and surrogates, including the present government of New Jersey, yet still utters these stupid mistakes is unbelievable, and just goes to reenforce the fact that he has no interest in studying or learning anything. Not quite presidential material.

    • Gary Shee

      Correction: phrase “the present government of New Jersey”, should read “the present governor of New Jersey”.