He completed the interview by saying, Tur; my dear friend. Some rumors state that she used him to prop herself up as a TV actress and left him, when she got what she wanted. There are no reports to suggest that she has been spotted with him after the game, in any other events or games.
"The first time I spoke to this guy, I was struck by how incredibly polite he was," Tur told Olbermann.Although the Second Amendment people—maybe there is, I don't know."As Olbermann explains, it's pretty hard for Trump to top himself at being the worst, but somehow Trump managed to do something "worse than anything ever any candidate for president has done in our history." Assassination, Olbermann says, is a "theme of this country's political history." Nearly one in three" U. presidents, he reminds us, have had assassination attempts made on their lives.Four sitting presidents were assassinated by gunshot (Lincoln, Garfield, Mc Kinley, and Kennedy). It's hard to rank the things Trump has said in terms of most to least deplorable, but Olbermann has a nominee for the top spot: "Trump, you again dog-whistled for somebody to assassinate your opponent."And he did it twice. On September 16, based (naturally) on a lie Trump repeats that Hillary Clinton intends to take away the Second Amendment ("I wish," said Olbermann), Trump suggested to his followers that Clinton's bodyguards should be disarmed: "Take their guns away...Take them, let's see what happens to her."Then Trump started talking nonsense about the bombing in New York, "and suddenly," Olbermann said, "he got us yelling at him as he always does over something not quite as bad as what he had said the day before.""The people who heard you say [to take Hillary's bodyguards' guns] will think you meant, 'Somebody should shoot her.Also: Tim Russert is dead, and Keith Olbermann used to date Laura Ingraham.