For 25 years, Dinesh D’Souza has been writing, speaking, stirring passions, and making movies about the virtues of Reagan conservatism and the perils of Obama liberalism. Many people consider D’Souza one of the nation’s more thoughtful and articulate spokesmen for the kind of personal qualities and policy guidelines that have helped to make America great.
D’Souza has made two movies based on his best-selling books. The film 2016: Obama’s America, has risen to become the second highest grossing political documentary of all time. A more recent film based on his book called America opened in theaters in July, 2014.
On Thursday, D’Souza was interviewed on a Virginia-based radio show in advance of a scheduled appearance in Virginia Beach in which he will discuss how a federal judge in New York has ordered further psychological counseling because of his violation of campaign-finance laws.
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Show host Steve Batton asked the man often thought of as a scholarly intellectual his opinion of the 2016 Republican candidate many might consider to be of an opposite nature — a shoot-from-the-hip “shock jock” of presidential politics. And what is Dinesh D’Souza’s opinion of the polls-dominating Donald Trump?
By clicking on the video above, you can hear for yourself — and the answer might surprise you.
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