I say, Praise the Lord. It's what I think. We've been given something here. We will have, it seems a Republican House, Senate, and White House. Wow. It was against great opposition, opposition I felt here, right here, from people. You can be happy we don't have Hillary. It's OK. Be happy. I'm very happy for a number of reasons. One of the greatest is that my son is in the U.S. military and she won't be his commander-in-chief. I'm so happy about that for him.
This is the biggest political win in my lifetime. I watched Steve Schmidt on RCP, the Morning Joe program, and he said it was 95% Clinton one day before, and he said it with a level of condescension and pompousness that's hard to describe. Someone like him should not be respected again as a political leader or pundit. He pandered to that group and he lost. He himself is a loser. He should go away to a different profession. He ran Republican campaigns and he said it with glee on his face, like a complete know it all. People weren't disagreeing. He lost. He should eat the biggest humble pie of all time. I do want to hear it from any of them. They. were. all. wrong.
George W. Bush did not vote for the Republican candidate. The governor of Ohio, Kasich, what a repudiation of him in his own state. These are people that I don't believe thought this was coming. They were bold, I'm quite sure, with the thought that Trump wasn't going to win. All those Anti-Trump -- Erick Erickson, William Kristol, Jeb Bush, Glenn Beck, and others -- should pay for this disloyalty. Some of them signed the pledge. Maybe Trump will reach out to them (he did), but they should humble themselves. That's the way it should go. Or perhaps, while everything is going really well, they could admit they were wrong.
People were saying Trump was going to lose, and saying that he would lose against someone easy to win against, worst candidate ever. That's easy to say. She won the democratic nomination with a very big machine. She was popular with Democrats and they wanted her over Bernie Sanders.
We really don't know if someone would have won easier. We don't know. Trump fought back like I've never seen in a candidate. He had more against him than anyone and he deserves credit for fighting. He was very alone. He had very few surrogates. Rudy Guliani. Chris Christie. Mike Huckabee. Ben Carson. Newt Gingrich. He got Mike Pence above all, who won the vice presidential debate in a big way. He had really strange surrogates, like Bobby Knight. Almost everyone else ran away from him. It really was his family and a bunch of regular people, and they won.
It's interesting to see people throw the Clintons under the bus now. Now. But they own the Clintons. Own them. They are yours. The Obamas own the Clintons. All those pundits own the Clintons. Enjoy the Clintons, you. You Sunday show people. You Republicans, establishment, Colin Powell, you guys, embrace your people. They are yours. You must let the Clintons drip down your chin, like a Richard Nixon, worse. She, they, are yours. Own them.
If you read here, I've stuck my neck out for Trump. I got a lot of very angry and heated opposition. When or if, but I'm saying when, we get the Supreme Court justice, the one we want, we will be in charge there. It wasn't because of you, Anti-Trump. When you get it too, that justice, I hope you're happy, because it wasn't because of you. I'm interested in the various spins now. We're already seeing them.
This election is surely a repudiation of the Clintons and the last eight years. I guess all those celebrities didn't work. Wall Street didn't work. The media didn't win it: NY Times, Washington Post, even Wall Street Journal, CBS, NBC, ABC -- all losers to the people. The people said, no, to you. Let that sink in. It was the worst ever against a candidate, against Trump, and the American people stood up to them as a whole. It wasn't the Republican establishment. They failed. Trump actually brought them through, when they wouldn't do it. You've got to say that now. People are sick of it. I was sick of it.
I recognize that Trump isn't the solution. I wrote that. It is still the gospel. It is still the true church. We can't rest. We should understand that we've been given some time, some time of peace, some time to work hard in the field. Trump isn't the solution. I say it again. It's time to get to work, doing the work of the Lord -- preaching and praying.