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The mind game music.
The minds of America’s political elite.
The games that have played on the mind of U,S.
They have been a key component in the campaign of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Trump has touted his ability to “manipulate” the minds and imaginations of voters with a barrage of mind games designed to make them think negatively of him.
“They’re really not just a psychological game, they’re a psychological war,” Trump said during an appearance in Florida last week.
“I know what I’m doing is very successful.
I’ve got a lot of people that are really good at it.
I’ll tell you, the polls say I’m very popular, I’m not just being nice, I really know what’s going on.”
The games are so powerful, Trump says, that he can “control” the “mental state of millions of people.”
He has touted that claim repeatedly.
He has even accused former President Barack Obama of “brainwashing” him.
He claims to be able to “sow chaos” through the mind games.
His mind games are designed to sow fear, suspicion and hatred in the minds not only of his opponents but also of the American people.
“You know, it’s very effective.
They make people feel like they’re stupid and they’re weak and they don’t belong in this country.
That’s the way they feel,” Trump told The Washington Post last month.
The Trump mind games Trump has used mind games to win over voters in a variety of ways.
Trump’s mind games have been used to boost his popularity and win election by creating fear and suspicion among people and creating the perception that he is doing something illegal or immoral.
For example, in one mind game Trump used, he would say, “I’m gonna tell you something that nobody wants to hear.
It’s not just about Trump and Putin.
It has to do with the people.
The people are the ones who make the difference.”
“I’ll tell ya, the poll numbers say I don’t even have a chance.
But I don, I’ll give you the facts,” he would add.
In a mind game about the U.K. election last year, Trump would say to a woman who had previously voted for him, “If you ever get to vote again, you’re gonna be voting for me.”
Trump would then ask the woman, “Is she your girlfriend?”
The woman would reply, “Oh no, she’s my friend.”
Trump then told her, “Just don’t vote for me.
I’m going to give you a chance to vote for the person you love, and I’m sure you’re going to vote against me.”
A similar scenario has been played out during the campaign.
In one mind games about the 2016 U.C.L.A. riots, Trump said to a reporter, “People have got to understand, we have got some real trouble on our hands.”
Trump went on to say, in reference to his political opponent, “She wants to take us down.
I want to take you up.
We can’t take it anymore.
And I’m the one that’s gonna take it up.”
In another mind game in which Trump was asked, “Are you afraid of what the next President is going to do?” he said, “Well, I’d say yes.”
In a similar mind game with a woman in New Hampshire, Trump told her he was “really good at mind games” because he had “a lot of friends” and that “we’ve all got to work together.”
The mindgames that have been played by Trump have included comments like these.
In another case, Trump made a statement about Mexican immigrants and their ability to steal American jobs that was offensive to many Latino Americans, particularly those who are undocumented immigrants.
“It’s not my fault they have to come into our country.
They’re here illegally,” Trump says in one video, which has been widely viewed on social media.
“We don’t want them.
They can’t come in, but we’ll make them work.
They’ve got to have a permit to come in.
I don`t care who you are, they can’t work, they have no permits, they don`trick it.”
Trump has also suggested that the U,s.
economy is in the hands of people like him.
During a debate in November, Trump repeatedly referenced a report that found that the number of illegal immigrants entering the U.,s.
had dropped from a peak of more than one million in 2011 to under 1,000 in 2017.
“There is no doubt that it is possible to bring millions of new illegal immigrants to the United States, but it is not my responsibility to take care of them,” Trump responded.
Trump even accused a Democratic opponent of being a “criminal.”
But Trump’s supporters are not the only