Monday, February 29, 2016

Donald Trump threatening to run as a third party candidate again, because he likes to tease me like that.

What did you say about me?
Courtesy of the Face the Nation transcript:

JOHN DICKERSON:Mr. Trump, I want to start with a tweet from you this morning in which you write -- quote -- "The Republican establishment has been pushing for lightweight Senator Marco Rubio to say anything to hit Trump. I signed the pledge. Careful." What does that mean? 

DONALD TRUMP (R), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Well, they're not treating me well. I signed the pledge. I have been very good. I have been very straight and honest and honorable. And they're not treating me well. They -- you look at the way they stacked the audiences in the debates, and I have won every debate according to every poll, every single online poll after the debate. But way they stack the audiences, the way they talk, they have this lightweight Senator Marco Rubio saying terrible things, just personal, terrible things. And I don't think it's fair, the way that the establishment is treating Donald Trump. I will be honest with you. 


TRUMP: I signed the pledge. And I will abide by the pledge, unless they default. But, as far as I'm concerned, they have defaulted. 

 DICKERSON: So, you wouldn't abide by the pledge right here right now? You wouldn't abide by the pledge, because you think they're defaulting? 

TRUMP: Well, I think you understand exactly what's going on. You just pick up any paper, and it's always talking about, how are we going to overthrow Donald Trump? I'm representing a tremendous -- I'm representing millions of people that have -- really feel angry and disenfranchised. And these are great people. And they like me and I love them. And I'll tell you what. We're not being treated right. The Republican Party is not treating me right, and they're not treating the people that I represent right.

As promised if Trump actually decides to run as a third party candidate, and I firmly believe that he would do so simply out of spite if he  felt the GOP was "not treating him right," then I will take back every bad thing I ever said about him.

Of course it will hardly matter, because at that point there will be plenty of bad things said about him by the Republicans. 

But certainly NOT by the Clinton campaign.


  1. I think Mr. Trump is doing a wonderful job of exposing the dark underbelly of the Republican electorate.

    1. Anonymous1:30 PM

      People here have disparaged you here from time to time, Ted, but you're right!

    2. Anonymous1:49 PM

      Yeppers! He is doing a great job of exposing the dark underbelly of the Republican electorate - himself included. All the GOP candidates
      stink. Not one that can win in the general election.

    3. Anonymous3:26 PM

      Ted Powell: exactly! The Republican Party, aka Fox News, owns this monstrosity. They birthed it; and they all look to someone else to change that nasty diaper!

    4. Anonymous4:02 PM

      I have to concur about " exposing the dark underbelly " We do owe trump an atta boy for calling out the other rethug miscreants for what they are. Now they are more exposed and vulnerable,for what they distort and break.
      Still trump is a fraud and a snake oil salesman. A buffoon, if you will.

    5. Anonymous4:25 PM



    6. He is the dark underbelly of the electorate.

  2. Anonymous1:24 PM

    Ozzy Osborne comes to mind. "I I I I."
    Going off the rails on the crazy train.

    1. Anonymous4:56 PM

      Crazy like a fox. I think he's done the math: he has a rock-solid 40% of GOP voters, and draws the angry vote from Democrats as well. But 60% of even the GOP is anybody-but-Trump. So there is NO WAY he can hope to win a general election...except as a third party candidate. This has to have been the strategy all along.

  3. Anonymous1:28 PM

    Melania Trump Didn't Want Her Husband To Say That Ted Cruz Was A 'Pu**y' (VIDEO)

    Melania Trump told CNN's Anderson Cooper that she disagrees with "many things" her husband has said on the campaign trail, including when he repeated a supporter who called one of his presidential rivals a "pussy."

    According to a clip of the interview posted Monday, the former model said she disagreed with Donald Trump on "some language of course." Melania Trump then recalled a rally earlier this month in New Hampshire where a woman in the crowd said that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was a "pussy" on waterboarding. She referred to it as an "inappropriate word."

    "I was there and I'm thinking like, 'Don't repeat it' in my head. Just for him — don't repeat it. Just don't say it," Melania Trump said. "Because the next day media all day will talk is about that. But he repeated it. He's with the momentum. He goes with the flow."

    Trump told Cooper that she let her husband know how she felt about him repeating that woman's words.

    "He's an adult. He knows the consequences," Trump said. "I don't agree with everything what he says."

    Watch a clip of her comments below:

    1. Anonymous1:57 PM

      She's married to and has had sex at least once with Donald Trump.

    2. Anonymous3:17 PM

      Knowing the pictures of herself floating about the web, it's probably hard for Melanie Trump to pull off an objection to the word "pussy". Even harder for the interviewer to keep from laughing at her.

    3. Anonymous3:37 PM

      Malaria, and what was Donald's response when you corrected him? Methinks NO ONE corrects this pig.

    4. Anita Winecooler3:49 PM

      The woman is a fool. Donald will probably beat the shit out of her for even doubting his judgement to the media, but that's what you get when you sleep with a married maniac because you love his money.
      Go hang some crystals from yours and your nipples and do a little pole dancing to take the edge off poor, mistreated Donald.

      Dance, Melania, Dance!!! I dunno, she comes off as weak and low energy to me.

  4. Anonymous1:31 PM

    Transcript Shows Donald Trump’s Bad Earpiece Excuse For KKK Support Was A Lie

    A review of the transcript of Donald Trump’s CNN interview revealed that his excuse of a bad earpiece leading him to not disavow the KKK was a lie.

    Trump tried to throw CNN under the bus on NBC’s Today:

    White House Devastates Republicans By Blaming Obstruction Of Obama For The Rise of Trump

    ...Press Secretary Earnest connected the dots. It has been easy for Donald Trump to take over the Republican Party because the GOP’s only unifying goal for seven plus years has been to obstruct President Obama. Republicans won two midterm elections and got control of Congress with an agenda of Obama opposition. The Republican Party doesn’t have a positive plan or agenda for the country.

    Donald Trump’s candidacy is a logical extension of the Republican anti-Obama platform. If Republicans had done their jobs, worked with Democrats, and built a legacy of achievement, their party would have an identity beyond racism and bigotry.

    The argument that the Republican Party itself is to blame for the rise of Trump is a damning indictment of the consequences of Republican obstruction.

    Barack Obama didn’t create Donald Trump. The Republican Party’s own unwillingness to govern created Donald Trump

    GOP Resistance Cracking As Chris Christie Calls For Hearings On Obama SCOTUS Nominee

    Republican support for obstructing President Obama's Supreme Court nominee is cracking as top Trump surrogate Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) called for hearings to be held on Obama's Supreme Court nominee.

    1. Anonymous4:26 PM

      It the repubs had shut down the birther nonsense, they wouldn't have trump stomping around like Frankenstein.

      Serves them right. I'm really going to enjoy watching them implode.

  5. Anonymous1:34 PM

    Earnest: David Duke Remarks Show 'All We Need To Know' About Trump (VIDEO)

    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Monday that Donald Trump's reluctance to distance himself from prominent white nationalist David Duke shows "all we need to know" about the Republican presidential frontrunner.

    “You know Mr. Trump says there's more that he needs to learn about Mr. Duke before he can render an opinion," Earnest said during his daily press briefing. "But I think we now know all we need to know about Mr. Trump to render our own personal opinion of his candidacy.”

    Trump refused to disavow the support of Duke, who is a former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard, in an interview Sunday. He later attributed his comments to a "lousy earpiece."

    Watch Earnest's comments below:

    1. Anonymous2:19 PM

      The "grand wizard." Sounds like a game small children would play. I guess it matches the IQ of the actual participants.

  6. Anonymous1:36 PM

    Family Values Republican Bill O’Reilly Loses Custody Of His Kids

    Fox News host Bill O’Reilly finally lost a years-long battle with his own children over his right to have custody of them. A New York appeals court put an end to the protracted family battle by affirming a lower court’s decision that O’Reilly’s teenage children don’t have to see him if they don’t want to and that they can live full-time with their mother, Maureen McPhilmy.

    1. Anonymous1:47 PM

      Woo Hoo! My grandchildren, although younger, are fighting the same battle. POS.

    2. Anonymous2:08 PM

      Oooooh, "family values"! This makes a nice pair with the Palin Preg Hoax re family values.

    3. Anita Winecooler3:55 PM

      Maureen Mc Philmy? Is it me, or do the jokes just write themselves? Sounds like a good pseudonym for Madame Sarah Palin, grandmother of many, mother in law to none.

  7. Anonymous1:37 PM

    White Supremacists Robocall For Trump Ahead Of Super Tuesday (AUDIO)

    A white supremacist PAC that bills Donald Trump as ‘The Great White Hope’ is robocalling voters in Vermont and Minnesota.

  8. Anonymous1:38 PM

    WOW: Trump Jr. Just Offered To Ship Black People Out Of The Country And Pay For It (VIDEO)

    Donald Trump’s son has NO problem with black people leaving the country to flee his father’s reign — in fact, he says he will pay to ship them off!

    1. Anonymous1:59 PM

      How does Trump's Jewish daughter and son-in-law feel about the KKK endorsements?

    2. Anonymous2:17 PM

      Yeah, ship us all off to, say, Guyana. I hear there's free kool-ade upon arrival. Or shortly thereafter.

    3. Anonymous3:05 PM

      @Anonymous 2:17 PM

      '''Yeah, ship us all off to, say, Guyana. I hear there's free kool-ade upon arrival. Or shortlythereafter.'''
      Please, don't make jokes about that terrible tragedy. Many Americans are still suffering because of their loved ones who were forced to take poison or were murdered in that terrible tragedy.

    4. Anita Winecooler3:59 PM

      That was the fastest sperm? What's he suffering from beside blatant racism? Affluenza?? Something tells me Donald has David Duke and the KKK on speed dial.

  9. Anonymous1:40 PM

    A 10-year-old girl smacked down Donald Trump, and it was amazing.

    On Saturday, the Huffington Post interviewed Lexi, an adorable Hillary Clinton volunteer who had absolutely no problem shredding the Republican billionaire when asked how she feels about him.

    Lexi slammed Trump for having zero experience in government and compared him to her brother who thinks he knows everything.

    “Number one, he doesn’t have any experience, at all,” Lexi said. “And he sits there and thinks, ‘Oh I’m Mr. Donald Trump, I know everything,’ which is sort of like my brother.”

    She also broke the bad news to Trump’s supporters that if they think they’ll get money by voting for Trump, they are sorely mistaken.

    “He’s just rich, a lot of people just vote for him because they think they’ll get some money, too. But that’s not it. You think you’re going to get the money, but that’s not the case.”

    Lexi then took aim at Trump’s xenophobia and racism and made it clear what parents who vote for Trump can expect of their children’s future should he get in the White House.

    1. Anonymous1:45 PM

      Adorable 10-Year-Old Rips Donald Trump

    2. Anonymous8:18 AM

      Now how will trump handle that..threaten to sue, punch her in the face, send her out of the country? How is he going to destroy her, the coward?

  10. Anonymous1:41 PM

    I'm always just trying to understand WTF is going on, where are the brains in all this?

    So this scenario comes up for me. What if Trump really is not the blowhard he seems to be and is instead a false flag candidate, who made a deal early on to help the Dems. So he reversed many of his former liberal views, acted as outrageous as possible in order to capture the RW crazies. And now that he has them captured, he will do the third party thing and hand the election to the Dems. This would make more sense if the "go third party" threat were happening later in the campaign. But it does fit the idea that he can't possibly want to be president, but the campaign is good for his brand and fun (for him, anyway).

    As usual, hard to make sense of the Repug game plan without some odd theory where you can imagine there might be some brains behind all this.

    1. Anonymous2:28 PM

      No. Drumpf's always been a blowhard. He's always been a compulsive lying narcissist. He's always been a racist. Mitt Romney made a big deal of getting his endorsement in 2012. Drumpf would love to be the next president if only because he would interpret it as humiliating Pres. Obama. Problem is, though, I also think he's afraid of being elected because he knows he would be a failure.

    2. Anonymous4:37 PM

      Trump is power hungry and he loves the adoring masses at his rallies, just like Palin got a buzz off of that. I have a friend who is a sign language interpreter and sometimes has been on stage for some huge presidential campaign rallies. She says the energy rush is incredible, and she's not even center stage. It's a drug and it's addicting.

      But trump is like Romney in that he's rich and bored with life, and thinks being president is suitable to someone with what he thinks are his immense talents and intelligence. He's rich, so why not amuse himself in this way. Running for POTUS is just a game or hobby for both of them, and they would both make crappy presidents.

      Hopefully, trump will get his ass handed to him just like Romney.

    3. Anonymous7:24 PM

      Donadass T Rump, aka Donald Drumpf's biggliest fear is publicly being shown to be the a loser in any race.

      Mr. Drumpf is counting on his celebrated poorly educated loser fans to show us all that he is not a loser.

      Of course he feels that he can not be fired; ergo he is not a loser because he'd have to fire himself and he is not a loser!

      It is the song that never ends, it goes on and on my friend; some people started singing because they didn't know what it was and so they kept on singing just because it is the song that never ends it goes on and on....


  11. Anonymous1:41 PM

    Ted Powell-- He is, and that makes me frightened and depressed. How many people that I assumed--although I disagreed with some of their positions--were basically decent human beings, are actually adoring fans of this ignorant, hateful, self-aggrandizing, racist bully pig?

    Well, it's good to know what you're dealing with, I guess. I'll never look at the people in some random supermarket line the same way again.

  12. Anonymous1:42 PM

    Trump said the GOP has defaulted on his agreement. So, he should quit the party already. What kind of strongman is he that he keeps threatening action and does nothing?

  13. Anonymous1:45 PM

    If Tom Hanks says that there's no crying in baseball, then for sure, there is no crying in politics. Poor Donnie. If they don't treat him nicely, he'll take is bat and ball and play in another playground. Please do it Donnie, just pick up your bat, your ball and your silly hat and go.

    1. Anonymous7:26 PM

      He'd have to use his short-fingered vulgarian hands to do so. Let it be so.


  14. Anonymous1:45 PM

    Maybe Hill+Bern got together and offered Trump a deal: do this false flag thingie for us (split the Repug vote) and whichever of us (Bern or Hill) wins, we will make sure you get some gazillion dollar contract to fix schools or bridges -- because if truth were known, you are in a financial hardship spot and this huge new contract will bail you our forevermore.

    What do you think? The art of the deal.

    1. Anonymous2:38 PM

      Of course Trump got a deal from the Dems. It's all part of Jade Helm 2016.

  15. Anonymous1:48 PM

    Or, as Rachel Maddow said, once Trump waves around the third party idea, he will have both parties groveling at his feet, begging him to do the thing that favors THEM: So Trump just has to take the best deal he gets offered.

  16. Anonymous1:56 PM

    He will, no doubt about it. And if he gets the nomination, I wouldn't be surprised if Ted Cruz runs as a third party candidate.

  17. Why won't he just got away?

  18. Anonymous2:13 PM

    Gryphen, please, let's keep this discussion civil and respectful. It's time for patriotic Americans to stop the vitriolic political mudslinging.

    When we call each other names, the terrorists win.

    To that end I call on you and the last few remaining librul deadenders still visiting your defunct blog to view John Oliver's brilliant Last Week Tonight segment on the Republican frontrunner and start referring to the candidate by his REAL name:


    USA!! USA!! USA!! USA!! USA!! USA!! USA!!


  19. Anonymous2:13 PM

    On the one hand, it's amusing to watch the 'Christian' conservatives tear each other up and generally act childish. They are devolving as a party, and it couldn't happen to a more horrible lot of cretin, knuckledraggers!

  20. Anonymous2:27 PM

    I really believe he is going to leave the Republican party and run as a third party candidate even before the end of the primaries, just to be a spoiler.

    Once he establishes that he's going to win, he ducks out because he doesn't like the GOP establishment. Then he takes on the establishments and brings all his supporters with him. He'll lose the general, but he will consider it a win.

    Remember two things about Donald Trump:

    1. He has a huge ego that needs to be fed at all times. Being a third party spoiler will do that for him.

    2. His huge ego can't take losing. He can't face the possibility of losing the general election and probably doesn't want to directly debate one-one-one either Clinton or Sanders. If he runs as a third party candidate, nobody would expect him to win so he avoids that embarrassment. And he can always say he WOULD have won the Republican nomination.

    1. Anonymous2:55 PM

      You make a convincing point about Drumpf fearing a one-to-one battle with the Dem candidate. He may also fear losing as a 3rd-party candidate. If he wins the GOP nomination, it would be lots of fun for him to wait until the convention and then refuse to accept the nomination for some bizarre reason. It would be too late to run 3rd party so he could bow out, believing himself to have saved face.

    2. Anonymous4:34 PM

      Anon 2:55 How about he quits because Ted Cruz tried to sabotage his daughter's wedding? That sorta worked for Ross Perot a while back.

  21. Anonymous2:38 PM

    ...Scarborough said, “That is disqualifying right there. To say you don’t know about the Ku Klux Klan? You don’t know about David Duke? And the most stunning thing is. This isn’t buying him a single vote. Is he really so stupid that he think southerners aren’t offended by the Ku Klux Klan and David Duke? Is he really so ignorant of Southern voters that he thinks this is the way to their heart — to go neutral, to play Switzerland when you’re talking about the Klan? And to say he doesn’t know enough information about the Klan to condemn them — exactly what does Donald Trump expect to learn in the next 24 hours about the Klan. I don’t get it.”

    Willie Geist added, “It’s hard to imagine an easier political question than will you disavow David Duke and the Klu Klux Klan. Unless you don’t want to really disavow David Duke and the Klu Klux Klan because you think that sends a signal to some fraction of the voters who you need to hold on to for Super Tuesday. Will this hurt him on Super Tuesday? Maybe not. But if you start looking ahead, if you believe that Donald Trump is the nominee to a general election, and a television ad in which Donald Trump will not disavow the Klu Klux Klan and you know as a Republicans you have to win a share of black voters, a share of Latino voters, or any voters.”

    1. Anonymous4:42 PM

      Like he hadn't already been disqualified for about a dozen reasons, starting with he has no clue how the government works.

    2. Anonymous9:19 AM

      Why don't we ask palin if she disavowed white supremacists? Oh dear, I forgot these are Sarah's people.

  22. Anonymous2:39 PM
    Check it out, Gryph.
    I abhor him.

    1. Anita Winecooler4:10 PM

      HE gets Secret Service Protection? Why? Isn't that a government hand out? Pay for your own protection, bully boy and stop bullshitting people that you're paying for your own campaign, when you obviously aren't if you're taking advantage of free government services.
      And what a disgrace. The bastard, after this occurred, pointed at a woman and asked if she was from Mexico.
      The sad part? These are exactly the folks who will vote for him.

  23. Anonymous2:44 PM

    Trump running as a 3rd party candidate opens the door and rolls out a welcome mat for Bloomberg. That would not be a positive development for the Democratic Party's prospects.

    1. Anonymous3:11 PM

      I'm not following why Bloomberg would run if Trump runs as a third party candidate.

    2. Anonymous4:44 PM

      Bloomberg would only run if Bernie wins the dem nomination. Then he would go up against whatever cretin the repubs select, and aim to get the centrists from both parties.

      Bernie is the key, not Trump.

  24. Anonymous2:48 PM

    Trump running as a 3rd party candidate opens the door and rolls out a welcome mat for Bloomberg. That would not be a positive development for the Democratic Party's prospects.

    1. Anonymous3:13 PM

      Oh please, don't be so negative about the Democrats ability to win.
      Some you think anyone besides Trump can beat the Dems.

  25. Anonymous2:49 PM


    CBS Executive Agrees Trump Bad For America, But 'Great For CBS'

    ...Leslie Moonves came out and said what everyone knows but only whispers to each other: Networks love Donald Trump because he's making them a ton of money.

    He spoke to a conference of media executives at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in San Francisco about the megabucks rolling in.

    Not that the CBS executive chairman and CEO might vote for the Republican presidential frontrunner, but he likes the ad money Trump and his competitors are bringing to the network.

    "It may not be good for America, but it's good for CBS," he said of the presidential race.

    Moonves called the campaign for president a "circus" full of mudslinging, and he hopes it continues.

    "Most of the ads are not about issues. They're like the debates," he said.

    "Bring it on, Donald," said Moonves.

    I think it's time we reinstated the Fairness Doctrine and made these media companies work for their windfalls, don't you?

    President Obama's former speechwriter summed it up well:

  26. linda2:57 PM

    What a whiner! How many of the rest of us have dealt with "unfairness" as an adult - all of us! Apparently Trump has grown up protected from that part of life. I don't think this constitutes a breach of contract at all. It's just Trump putting his spin on it in his own whining pansy-ass way. What's that saying? If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen? I have zero respect for this man. That's not a recent development but having him front and center every day is beginning to induce feelings of rage in me. I'm truly surprised no one has made an attempt on his life yet.

  27. Anonymous3:01 PM

    First of all, he doesn't even know what the word disenfranchised actually MEANS. His supporters may FEEL that their voices aren't being heard, but if they vote, their vote is being counted. Disenfranchisement is not being permitted to vote at all.

    Secondly, he doesn't "represent" anyone at all. He has yet to win any election, therefore he "represents" no one...except himself.

    I', embarrassed at the level of ignorance being spouted by the Republicans for the past decade. This years is simply the high watermark.

  28. Anonymous3:02 PM

    Trump is nothing more than a fat-assed bully! Poor little boy - he's going to leave the Republican party because he got his feelings hurt! Not being treated fairly? He needs to be treated a LOT worse!

    He is an bad example in showing us how he goes after others that he doesn't like - or thinks don't like him! His actions and words are those of a child! And, he wants to be POTUS? He doesn't have the emotional strength to handle the job!

    And, Rubio is giving him everything he deserves. It is a fact that Trump started this 'new' and very ugly way of campaigning and we're ONLY at the point of him trying to gain the nomination to run for POTUS, for crying out loud!

    Look at how far America has fallen (in the opinion of others) due to this overblown egomaniac! He will never be elected POTUS! European leaders are already mocking him and referring/comparing him to Hitler! What an embarrassment for our country.

    All I think daily is "Fuck you, Donald Trump" with the sincere wish that someone in his path decks the holy Hell out of him!

    1. Anonymous7:14 PM

      @Anonymous 3:02 PM

      '''And, Rubio is giving him everything he deserves. It is a fact that Trump started this 'new' and very ugly way of campaigning and we're ONLY at the point of him trying to gain the nomination to run for POTUS, for crying out loud!'''
      They are both disgraces to their party. Both are not presidential material.

  29. Anonymous3:08 PM

    David French, husband of Nancy Bristol-Palin French, has joined his anti-Trump National Review colleagues and mercilessly skewered Drumpf.

    "He isn’t as bad as his critics feared — he’s worse. But the most disturbing thing isn’t that Trump exists — cruel and ambitious charlatans will always be among us — it’s that millions of Americans are embracing him because of his cruelty, because of his malice.

    Read more at:

    1. Anonymous3:41 PM

      Trouble in wingnut gravy train paradise!

    2. Anonymous4:05 PM

      >>millions of Americans

      Yeah, I highly doubt a few primaries equal 'millions', just go add up the votes, it's more like in the hundred thousands.

    3. abbafan6:18 PM

      It would be nice to see ol' Frenchy man-up and speak up about the idiot palin suck-holing up to The Donald! However, I'm not holding out any hope that will happen; his old lady is $arah's prime ass-kisser! Then again, tomorrow is March 1st; let's see if she gets a royalty from $arahPac, or if it has gone broke!

  30. Anonymous3:31 PM

    Note to RNC: Tell Trump, fine, run as an independent and stop with the chickenshit threats. Back that SOB in corner he can't get out of!

    1. Agreed. They are screwed either way.
      During our family Christmas Party, I got into a little discussion with an in law who hates Obama. Hated him since the day he got elected. I said that Trump is going to win the Republican nomination, and he said no. He hates Trump, and believe it or not, thinks that Trump is "just like Obama". I laughed.

    2. Anonymous3:45 PM

      I'm sure the RNC would dearly love to do just that. What stops them is the next part... when they look around the room and see their other candidates.

    3. Anonymous4:01 PM

      The RNC should tell Trump to take hike and let Cruz be their candidate. They can sacrifice Cruz and blame it on Trump.

    4. Anonymous4:28 PM

      The RNC can just write this election off and regroup in 8 years

    5. Anonymous4:49 PM

      Hey Patti,
      I just can't understand the logic of people who hate Obama. He's supposed to be some kind of "extremist." Trump is just crass and not Presidential material. Here's a funny aside, my brother is so far right that he wouldn't allow Heinz ketchup (During Kerry Presidential run) in his house. He also wouldn't allow his daughter to watch Dora The Explorer because she spoke Spanish.

    6. Anonymous4:54 PM

      And do not let him out of the corner without giving him a swift kick in the balls, which nobody has ever given him but which he has deserved for decades.

  31. Anonymous3:47 PM

    Donald Trump has only a small percentage of the voting public on his side- plus the media. The media created this monster and the media can and will destroy him. And he will help them.

  32. Anonymous3:58 PM

    Talk about a bogus SC Justice! Nothing just about his being in the pocket of the right wingers and corporations. Glad he's in hell now.

    Scalia's Death Is Already Making Biz And Conservative Activists Avoid SCOTUS

  33. Anonymous4:01 PM

    Call the asshole's bluff, he'd back right down, like any bully does when you confront them.

  34. Anita Winecooler4:17 PM

    I can't wait till he DOES run a third party. It's a win win for Democrats, and the GOP gets what it deserves for obstructing and pulling every nasty trick in the book because they can't deal with the idea of a black man in the White House.

    "I'm not being treated fairly". Who's David Duke and the KKK?"

    "Uhm, can I look some up and get back to ya?"

  35. Anonymous4:17 PM

    Oh please please PLEASE keep mistreating The Donald Drumpf you evil, bad Republican people. You are so bad. You're just bad, and if you keep mistreating Mr.Drumpf he will run as an independent and just show you how great he is! Please, keep mistreating him!

  36. Anonymous4:52 PM

    That loyalty pledge he signed doesn't allow for any 'outs' if the Party doesn't do what he wants. It's entirely one-way: you have to tow the party line and support whomever is the nominee. Period. When he claims the deal is off if they don't adhere to some unspecified behavioral standards, Trump is completely lying his pants off (no surprise & sorry for that visual).

  37. Anonymous5:35 PM

    I despise people who refer to themselves in the third person.

  38. Anonymous5:51 PM

    What about the poor folks that invested with the Donald? and the pledge and contract was signed? Ironic, nuts, and outrageous that a ass clown would throw such verbal garbage at the American people and laugh at them.

  39. Anonymous6:12 PM

    Sadly, in 2008 the gop met down the street from one of the Most Historic Events in USA History! The Election of President Obama. America cheered with tears. Down the road the hateful gop with handshakes, nods, pledges and evil thoughts. For 8 straight years America has been held hostage. And it continues today. The Gop and Rnc built it and own it and signed it. They are so out of touch and have no idea how to fix the party of deranged.

  40. Anonymous7:26 PM

    Donald Trump, you and your daughter are perfect roll models to represent blonde European Americans and if you start a third party you can count on European Americans standing with you.

    1. Anonymous9:22 AM

      Trump is all about elitism.


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