October 18, 2015 8:00 pm -


Under questioning from Chris Wallace, The Donald declined to answer specific questions using the excuse that he wants to be “unpredictable.”

Trump sat down with Chris Wallace on Fox New Sunday for a “huuuuuuuge” two-part interview. Not too long after, Wallace discussed the New York real estate mogul’s talking points (or lack thereof) with Washington Post opinion writer Charles Lane. His thoughts? “None of it made sense.”

That’s one of the larger conclusions you can draw about the interview, especially since Trump didn’t adequately answer most of Wallace’s questions. Instead, he refused to give specific answers and emphasized his desire to remain “unpredictable” during the campaign.

“Let’s do a lightening round. Quick questions, quick answers,” said Wallace. “Would you be willing to use the debt limit and risk the possibility of the country going into default to get more spending cuts?”


“I would use the debt limit… I don’t want to say… I want to be unpredictable because we need unpredictability,” Trump rambled. “Everything is so predictable with our county.”

Such is how informative (or not) Trump was throughout the interview. Aside from stressing his unpredictability as a candidate, the Donald gave Wallace mostly non-answers, repeatedly claimed that there was “tremendous discontent” in the country, and throughout insults left and right.


D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.