Monday, October 12, 2015

Trump takes to Twitter to attack the President over his "60 Minutes" interview.

I swear it's like watching a four year old call another kid "Doody-head" on the playground.

I think the reason is most likely because the President said this during his interview:

Obama said Trump had tapped into something that "exists in the Republican Party that's real. I think there is genuine anti-immigrant sentiment in the large portion of at least Republican primary voters." U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at a Democratic fundraiser for Senator Patty Murray in Seattle, W … 

"He is, you know, the classic reality TV character," the Democratic president said, adding it was not surprising Trump had received a lot of attention in the campaign's early stages. 

Asked if he thought Trump would eventually disappear from the race, Obama replied: "I'll leave it up to the pundits to make that determination. I don't think he'll end up being president of the United States."

Which is backed up by this statement made to Fox News on today:  

"He can't say, 'I think he's going to make it,' in all fairness," Trump said of Obama's prediction. "He can't say...'Well I think he's going to be the next president.'"

You know Donald Trump keeps arguing that he is not the product of his mother having sex with an orangutan, but if so then why does he keep throwing his feces around, and why did he drop his suit against Bill Maher.

P.S. By the way I watched that 60 Minutes interview and thought the President did just fine.


  1. cckids2:32 PM

    Trump has no actual policies or positions, he is just obsessed with his definition of "winning", no matter what the subject.

    I guess when you are nothing but a dick, everything looks like a measuring contest.

  2. Anonymous2:43 PM

    Trump disappeared but now he is back? I thought he threw in the towel? Trump dump a dump...just a loud mouth with no specifics, only exists to berate and belittle others. I think we'll be seeing less and less of him as the winter and spring takes us towards the true primaries and actual serious candidates. I love that his "candidacy" is costing him contracts and making many companies choose NOT to do business with him. Hopefully this charade of a campaign will reduce him substantially.

    1. Anonymous3:13 PM

      He'll be a big wingnut reality TV star. The Duggars are out and the duckmen are off the boil.

      A reality show about nothing will suit him fine.

      He has burned too many bridges to scale the heights again.

  3. Anonymous2:46 PM

    And how does Mr Trump plan to bring down the deficit?

    Have an outstanding teenage beauty queen ask him that and watch him crumple like the cheap suit he is...

  4. Anonymous2:47 PM

    G., you say ,"Doody-head" but I say "Poopy-pants". Nay! Nay!

  5. Jesse,
    This is what you do best. Lay off the Palins unless you can bring them down and after seven years I doubt it. Lay off the snark and give gun control a rest. Expose the politicians. MARGOT

    1. Anonymous3:06 PM

      Perhaps you'd be happier employing your editorial expertise on your own blog, "Margot".

    2. Anonymous3:08 PM

      Since when is Donald Trump a "politician"?

      He's only a candidate- and he'll never be anything more than he is right now.

    3. Anonymous3:10 PM

      The PayMes are bringing themselves down, no need for Jesse to assist. It is the ONLY thing they can accomplish, failing!! Quitter $carah is BEGGING for donations to her Pac, or Slush Fund. Bristles is about to birth her latest illigitimate child, her 5th!! It is common knowledge that Nancy French writes "her" blog. French is not too much better than Bristles when it comes to writing, so she is a good match for the low I.Q. Bristles.

    4. Anonymous3:39 PM

      Hey Margot! The Palins have be brought down - haven't you noticed?

      And, thanks to Jesse for doing a substantial part in assisting the downfall! Just wish it had occurred faster and sooner.

      Be assured that we are not finished with them - there is more to come!

    5. Anonymous4:27 PM

      Hey everyone! Listen up! Margot has some advice for Gryphen on what he should post about!!

      Margot is fine with Gryphen posting about politicians.
      Margot doesn't like want Gryphen posting about the Palins.
      It gives Margot the sads when Gryphen posts about gun control.

      Anything else, Margot?

  6. Anonymous3:09 PM

    Trump is a mean-spirited hateful person. There is no reason for him to keep messing with President Obama, since President Obama is on his way out of office in a little over a year.
    Trump should spend his venom on his opponents , they are the ones he is running against. He is not running against President Obama.

    1. Anonymous3:15 PM

      Trump wouldn't run against Obama. Imagine that old fool trying to debate Barack Obama. oy.

    2. Anonymous4:02 PM

      Anonymous3:15 PM

      Trump wouldn't run against Obama. Imagine that old fool trying to debate Barack Obama. oy.

  7. Anonymous3:19 PM

    I think we should demand to see a DNA sample from Mr. Trump to know for sure just who his parents are. We could call ourselves the Denayers. I bet we would be asked to come to Fauxnotnews often to discuss this serious matter. Fun, fun, fun.

  8. Anonymous3:36 PM

    I watched the interview that President Obama did and thought the guy that did the interviewing was disrespectful, his tone of voice was harsh and he was very aggressive! I'm sure my blood pressure went up watching it.

    I sincerely don't know how President Obama keeps his level headedness with so many 'on the other side'! Felt he answered the questions about Donald Trump carefully and respectfully.

    1. Anonymous4:08 PM

      That interviewer has always been hostile towards President Obama.I noticed it from way back in 2008.
      I would say, why does President Obama even talk to that nasty guy.

  9. Anonymous3:37 PM

    Anybody that has to buy wives gives me the full blown creeps. This old freak has always made me feel sick to my stomach. Eww, eww and eww.

  10. Anonymous3:40 PM

    ANOTHER GOP CLOWN OPENS HIS YAP only to be shot down for his utter ignorance:

    ABC's Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, who knows a thing or two about foreign relations, schooled Republican presidential hopeful and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on the Islamic State on Sunday.

    The ABC host, who was filling in for George Stephanopoulos on "This Week," grilled Jindal on several positions he has taken on the conflict in Syria, ranging from arming and training opposition forces to his calling for a "no-fly zone" in the effort to combat ISIS.

    "We need to enforce that no-fly -- we need to create a no-fly zone, working with our Turkish and other allies. Our Sunni allies want to do more, but they're not going to go after ISIS if that merely leaves Assad in power," Jindal said, referring to Syrian President Bashar Assad.

    At that point, Raddatz jumped in and shut down Jindal's argument.

    "But lets talk about a no-fly zone," she said. "ISIS doesn't have aircraft."

  11. Anonymous3:42 PM

    I really think the continued harassment of Bristol regarding her most recent pregnancy is like a four year old calling another child "doody head" on the playground. This shit is getting old.

    1. Anonymous4:11 PM

      If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.

    2. Anonymous4:25 PM

      Is somebody forcing you to read those posts?

    3. Anonymous4:25 PM

      You're the one bringing it up in a totally unrelated thread.

    4. Anonymous4:36 PM

      We aren't harassing her, we are laughing at the slut.

  12. Anonymous4:01 PM

    And the hits just keep on comin'....

    Despite growing GOP worries, Ben Carson vows to keep saying horrible things

    Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says he will not be silenced or corrected by critics who disapprove of his recent statements or quibblers who claim that the things he says are factually inaccurate.

  13. Anonymous4:02 PM

    GOP Implosion: The Party’s Over And Everyone Who’s Not Hallucinating Knows

  14. Anonymous4:05 PM

    Watch Donald Trump Immediately Regret Taking Question From Woman In The Audience (VIDEO)

    It’s not every day that you get the pleasure of seeing Republican frontrunner Donald Trump break a sweat and stumble over his words. At an appearance at No Labels’ New Hampshire Convention on Monday, Donald Trump seemed to realize that he’s chosen the wrong audience member to take a question from – but it was too late to turn back.

    The audience member was a young woman, and she simply asked him a question about how he’d acted toward women in the past – a tough one considering that the GOP candidate has gotten loads of negative attention for his sexist comments toward Megyn Kelly, Carly Fiorina, and several more women. The woman stood up and addressed Trump:

    “Maybe you can prove me wrong, but I don’t think you’re a friend to women.”

    The crowd went wild, and Trump said, “I knew I shouldn’t have picked her.”

  15. Anonymous4:12 PM

    President Obama’s interview on 60 Minutes Sunday night was nothing short of brilliant. He went into a hostile environment, refusing to be on the defensive and took command of the interview with the tact and class of a true statesman.

    Donald Trump, whose 60 Minutes interview was nothing but a bunch of idiotic talking points aimed at pandering to the most ignorant voters in America, couldn’t help but critique the president in his typical late-night Twitter-rant motif:

    ...Current disasters? Is he talking about things like flooding in the Carolinas or the drought in California, which were both assisted in their intensity by climate change? Or is he talking about the Republican presidential primary field? By the comments on the tweet, lots of people think he’s probably talking about himself:

  16. Anonymous4:32 PM

    If "everyone" is saying that Trump did better than the POTUS, why does Trump have to broadcast the message?

    It's pretty pathetic that Donald Trump has to go through life soliciting compliments and trying to convince everyone how smart and how great he is. The man has no humility and obviously has some serious mixed feelings about himself.

  17. Anonymous6:08 PM

    Trump still playing Steven Tyler's 'Dream On,' despite cease-and-desist letter

    CNN) Steven Tyler is the latest rocker to take issue with Donald Trump.

    The Aerosmith frontman asked the billionaire to stop using the band's classic rock hit "Dream On" at his campaign events and rallies in a cease-and-desist letter Saturday, according to the Associated Press.

    However, only two days later, a defiant Trump walked onto the stage to "Dream On" at the "No Labels Problem Solver Convention" in Manchester, New Hampshire.


    However FOX NEWS reports Trump said he and Tyler worked out the issue over "Dream On"

  18. Anonymous9:54 PM

    One of these animals is a dangerous, partially-intelligent, aggressive primate who flings its own feces at opponents when confronted--and the other is an orangutan.


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