Monday, August 01, 2016

So I am going to go out on a limb and suggest that Donald Trump might be a teensy wensy bit irritated by CNN reporting on his screw ups.






There are actually a number of stories over at CNN that could have set Trump off on his Twitter rampage, but my money's on this one entitled "Donald Trump's bad 72 hours."

You know when this campaign season is over Time Magazine might just consider making Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams, Biz Stone, and Noah Glass, the inventors of Twitter, their Time Magazine Persons of the Year. Because I think Twitter is going to be the thing that ultimately destroys Donald J. Trump and his racist, xenophobic campaign.

And it appears that it has already started to do exactly that.

149 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:39 PM

    Donald Trump is unhinged. Seriously, I think he is mentally unstable, and the 'powers that run the Repub party' (Fox News) should absolutely disown his candidacy and yank him off the ticket. Seriously. This man is a dangerous, unstable sick POS.

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    1. Anonymous12:24 AM

      He's fired two more staffers. I'm sure as fallout for the RNC not being as successful as he wanted. He had to blame someone for ChaChi and The Duck Disaster.

      http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/trump-aide-brookover-fired-226541

      Now he's claiming the election will be rigged for Hillary. After the kerfuffle over the debates (which he'll bail on) is it any surprise he is setting up his YUUUGE loss to Hillary as "the fix is in"? It's the only way he can save face. If he doesn't quit even before the elections. Then we'll be stuck with Pence and...who will be his VP? Paul Ryan?

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-election-rigged_us_579fb173e4b08a8e8b5f07a9

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    2. Anonymous1:54 AM

      Keith Olberman proved his was crazy in a Vanity Fair article. But you know, it was Vanity Fair. And Keith Olberman.

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  2. Anonymous4:46 PM

    Trump makes Palin look like she had elephant Hyde for skin. This frightening and mentally deranged sociopath just can't put down his phone and stfu. His twantrums are indeed doing him in. for the first time in a long time I'm feeling that we won't have to face a facist racist in the Whie House. not going to be complacent tho. trump has an uncanny knack for shaking off bad press.

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    1. Anonymous1:59 AM

      He is being crucified unmercifully on Twitter right now. There is a twitterstorm of putting Trump in bad movies and it is hilarious.

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-the-movie_us_57a02954e4b0e2e15eb703f4?section=&

      Million Dollar Baby Hands
      Gold Tiny Fingers
      Honey, I Destroyed the GOP
      Cool Small Hands Luke
      Sexist and the City
      Broke Fact Mountain (compete with picture of Donald and Putin sharing a shirtless horseback ride.)
      Do the White Thing
      The Silence of the Tax Returns
      Inappropriate Father of the Bride
      Look Who Keeps Talking
      Citizen Vain

      The ones with photos and gifs are the best.

      #DonaldTrumpTheMovie has more than 70,000 tweets.

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  3. Anonymous4:49 PM


    Donald trump is a fraud . We know that! He keeps digging that hole. How can we help bury the SOB!

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    1. Anonymous5:48 PM

      Put $arah on the trail, but she's already been told to stay home.

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    2. I love it that Muslim immigrants are able to do what no one else has been able to do - no Republican has the courage to do. Karma is a bitch

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    3. Anonymous7:57 PM

      Yes! The irony...
      Hats off to whomever thought to ask the Khan's to speak to drive the pint home not all Muslims are terrorists.

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    4. Anonymous1:23 AM

      And yet another insider tells all.

      One of Trump's former lawyers has added his voice to Tony Schwartz's saying don't elect Trump and listing 20 reasons. All echoes what Schwartz said in his interview.

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-hired-me-as-an-attorneyplease-dont_us_579e52dee4b00e7e269fb30f?section=&

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    5. 66gardeners5:29 AM

      I predict Khizr Khan will be treated well by American history books.

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  4. Anonymous4:49 PM

    Why I call him Orange Julius Caesar. Who the heck does he think he is? All bow down to Trump!

    It will be a cold day in hell.

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    1. Anonymous5:02 PM

      Who's going to be his Brutus?

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    2. Balzafiar6:14 PM

      @5:02PM -- Krispy Kreme Christie.

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    3. SallyinMI6:23 PM

      Well, it would have been Cranky Chris, but I don't think Pence has it in him to slip him the poison.

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  5. Anonymous4:54 PM

    By "failing schools" I believe he means Trump U. I don't recall him talking about education before.

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    1. Anonymous4:58 PM

      It's mind-blowing b/c all he knows to say is that he ants common core gone and to leave things up to the state. If his own kids had gone to public schools, no way would he be saying this. If, that is, he even realizes what common core is and what would happen to textbooks if the idiots of individual states got to choose what kids got taught about certain subjects.

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    2. Anonymous5:02 PM

      LOL.

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    3. SallyinMI6:22 PM

      But Common Core is up to states. It is ideas from the Dept. of Ed, but states decide. How do you think LA gets to teach the Bible as history? Or Texas can rewrite texts so slavery was a good thing for blacks, and women's rights never happened? States do control curriculum.

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    4. 66gardeners5:31 AM

      You are right Sally. States control curriculum. That is why red states as a whole are less educated than blue states.

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  6. Anonymous4:54 PM

    Trump is/was a wealthy man in real estate and show business. He's been surrounded by yes men for years. He had NO idea what running a national campaign for POTUS was like. He can't hack it, period!

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    1. Anonymous5:24 PM

      Like Schmidt and Wallace in '08, the "pundints" have to say what they do pro-Trump to keep their jobs and get air time. Do they believe what they they are saying? Oh heck no.

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    2. Anonymous1:30 AM

      He's already setting himself up with an excuse and blame game for when he's going to lose.

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-election-rigged_us_579fb173e4b08a8e8b5f07a9

      "Well, of course it's rigged because if it was fair, I, the most qualified, brilliant, intelligent, tremendous, fantastic, amazing candidate would have won in a YUUUGE landslide. I know it. I feel it. I've heard people say it.

      "Hillary is the Devil. She killed a goat and burned the bible and called up Lucifer to rig the election. I've heard it said. I read it on the internet."

      You tell me.

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    3. Anonymous2:12 AM

      If any of them had a spine, they would refuse to pander to this lnatic. Obviously, they do not think the country will be damaged beyond repair if this guy gets into the WH.

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  7. Anonymous4:55 PM

    CNN always has Trump surrogates seated there, and usually there are two people there for him, sometimes three. Jeffrey Lord live son set. The two blonds are always taking turns there and Katrina the witch is a regular. Trump complains about CNN, but they are always making sure that someone's there to represent Trump. Trump pry hates CNN because Jake Tapper presses him in interviews and keeps showing clips of things Trump has told him over the years that don't match up with what he's saying now. Unlike networks with hosts who make it clear that they have shows that reflect their own personalities and opinion, CNN does much of its reporting in a matter-of-fact way that makes Trump look even more foolish.

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    1. Anonymous5:36 PM

      Those Trump stooges are dumb beyond belief.

      Pat Padrnos

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    2. Anonymous7:00 PM

      They are Pat. The blond with the wide set eyes will turn herself into a pretzel defending her emperor. It's a sight to behold. The complete suspension of higher intellectual functions substituted by BS, deflection, lies, misrepresentation, projection, and so forth (not a whit of intelligence). They pay those dummies for the slop they spew.

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  8. Anonymous5:03 PM

    Waaaaaaaaaaaaa....I can't get everything my way.

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  9. Anita Winecooler5:03 PM

    Donald is on self destruct, the slippery slope to nowhere. Confusious say, Palin curse, it works. Hey Melania, make sure you leave the gate open, that dog will eventually come home.

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    1. SallyinMI6:16 PM

      Not sure she wants him; just the allowance.

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    2. Anonymous3:06 PM

      He's 70. Just because he's in "good health, tremendous health, there hasn't been a healthier presidential candidate ever" doesn't mean he won't pop an aneurism or have a heart attack.

      It sure would be karma for him to die in the next, say 60 days. Pence could never pick a VP and get up to speed fast enough to win the election.

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  10. Anonymous5:09 PM

    Already saying if he loses, it's rigged?
    NO, Donnie, you're a putz and no leader!

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    1. Anonymous6:16 PM

      Trump Already Preparing For Huge Loss By Claiming Election Is “Going To Be Rigged”

      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/01/trump-preparing-huge-loss-claiming-election-going-rigged.html

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    2. Anonymous3:22 AM

      I think his strategy is two fold.

      One is not taking the blame for losing: I didn't lose to a woman, I am still great, they stole the election from me.

      The second is taking away the legitimacy of Hillary's term in office: She really didn't win, she stole the election, the people didn't really vote for her.

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  11. Anonymous5:19 PM

    Um.... Lewandoski is Trump's own plant at CNN.

    If Trump is banning CNN then will the Far Right owners of MSNBC want to step into that breach? You betcha!

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  12. Anonymous5:21 PM

    That's not many retweets when you consider how many fake social media accounts his campaign has.

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  13. Anonymous5:31 PM

    I don't know whether to laugh or cry. This is so freaking weird watching him do and say such crazy shit.

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    1. Anonymous2:16 AM

      tRump is proof positive that Saint Ronnie was wrong, wrong, WRONG to close the lunatic asylums. I should say mental health facilities. tRump is so obviously deranged, only another deranged person would back him. Sane people just back away.

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  14. Anonymous5:34 PM

    I am wondering how long he can keep up this charade. He keeps blundering and when anyone criticizes him for any reason - such as the Khan situation - he just keeps digging the whole deeper.
    The Repups/Cons know they have a disaster on their hands. They created it, are stuck with it and keep backing him. They will all go down in flames.
    Such a dreadful mess.

    Pat Padrnos

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    1. Anonymous3:09 PM

      It's not a charade. That is the real Trump. His ex-lawyer and ghost writer have confirmed it.

      You'll notice that Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell "defend" Trump without even saying his name. I wonder how long they can keep that up before the pressure becomes to much and they just blurt out their repugnance and say they no longer endorse him.

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  15. Olivia5:38 PM

    I have many family and "friends" who are all in for Trump and I am pretty sure they will be for him all the way. They only watch Fox and any news they read is right wing wacko and they are buying into all the bullshit. There is nothing that can be exposed about Trump that they would ever believe. He is correct in saying that he could go out on the street and shoot someone and they would cheer him on. I would say that the people I know would cheer him on if he performed an abortion on his wife on the set of the Republican National Convention. And these are all anti abortion wackos. It is fucking scary.
    I am sure he will self destruct before November but I am really wondering what all the crazies will do when Hillary becomes President.

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    1. Anonymous6:26 PM

      You need to find smarter friends.

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    2. Olivia7:06 PM

      I can keep the "friends" at arm's length to monitor the insanity. I need to "unfamily" the relatives.

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    3. Anonymous2:23 AM

      I had a small business owner ask me if I saw tRump's speech at the RNC convention, since he was very presidential!! It is as though these people have been asleep for the last 8 years, when we have had the VERY Presidential Barak Obama in the WH. He has intelligence, charisma and CLASS to spare. People worldwide are shocked that tRump could pssibly be our next president. He is certifiably NUTS. Maybe Saint Ronnie foresaw this clown in the future, and that is why he closed all mental health facilities? Only the gop would let a loose cannon like tRump get this far.

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    4. 66gardeners5:35 AM

      Olivia, on April 26 five states including Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island overwhelmingly voted for Trump when Cruz and Kasich were still in the race.

      Republicans are stupid. Period.

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  16. Anonymous5:40 PM

    Old Unfaithful Liar is about to blow

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  17. Anonymous5:41 PM

    Damn I wish Trump had picked Palin instead of Pence. Watching them both lose it together would be so damn fun!

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    1. SallyinMI6:15 PM

      No, Pence is good. It gets him out of Indiana politics AND when he loses with Donny, he'll have to find a real job for a change. And Ailes will not be around to take in the lost sheep of the GOP.

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    2. Anonymous6:26 PM

      Yeah - have to agree. Pence is not what I would call fun.

      Pat Padrnos

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    3. Anonymous6:40 PM

      Don't forget the possibility that Trump may have a meltdown before the election or be pushed out by the few remaining slightly saner members of the GOP. If that happens, we might end up with the VP candidate on top of the ticket. We dodged a bullet with Palin 8 years ago. This campaign is scary enough without her being the presidential candidate-by-default!

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  18. Anonymous5:43 PM

    THis is what you get when you nominate #NeverTrump.

    But let's be real here.

    It wouldnt have been that much better with #NeverLyinTed, #NeverLittleMarco, #NeverHuckleberry"Huck"Huckabee or #NeverRoberto"Bobbi"Jindal

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    1. Anonymous3:10 PM

      It is a horrible truth when Jeb Bush was the best of the GOP candidates.

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  19. Anonymous5:58 PM

    i think it's cause Fareed Z. called him a bullshit artist.

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    1. Anonymous6:29 PM

      . . . and that hurt because it is true.

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  20. Anonymous6:10 PM

    Not so fast, Donald. Corey Lewandowski may not be an official member of your campaign right now, but he is still spreading propaganda on CNN in support of you, Trump. He's still working for you, at CNN.

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  21. Anonymous6:23 PM

    Donald Trump Continues To Implode Before Our Eyes As He Calls Hillary Clinton ‘The Devil’

    Referring to Bernie Sanders throwing his full support behind the Democratic nominee, Trump said the Vermont senator made “a deal with the devil.”

    “She’s the devil,” the spray-tanned buffoon added, much to the delight of the torch-wielding mob in attendance.

    Though it’s become difficult to be shocked by anything Trump says at this point, his harsh and disgusting attack on Clinton was still surprising.

    This tweet from NBC News reporter Ali Vitali sums is up quite well:

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/01/trump-continues-implode-eyes-calls-hillary-clinton-the-devil.html

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  22. Anonymous6:27 PM

    Every time I turn on CNN lately, that wingnut Trump apologist Scottie Nell Hughes is on, all bug-eyed and crazy looking. I had to turn it off when she started talking about how Trump was 'set up' by the Khan family to make him look bad.

    Sure, they forced him to respond like a repugnant jackass by using their special Muslim mind powers transmitted through the television screen. How did poor little Donnie stand a chance against their evil machinations???

    Kinda makes you wonder how he plans to stand up against North Korea's Kim Jong-un if he is so easily manipulated by a pair of grieving parents he's never even met.

    Oh yeah, according to her, Trump 'sacrificed' his two marriages in order to sit in his office and invest money to create jobs. Not that he actually PAID people for those jobs... And, of course, it had NOTHING to do with the fact that he was screwing around on those former wives.

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    1. jkarov7:05 PM

      Scottie is yet another "Christian" who is supporting a racist, immoral accused rapist in the name of her "god".

      These evangelicals actually are spreading the idea that in spite of all his racist, hateful, nasty, ignorant, and outright UN-CHristian fucking around on wives, that he is "God's instrument" to bring us back to the 1950's white utopia.

      They think that was the best of America because white, segregationist, racist evengelical Christianity was dominant, and everyone else knew their place.

      DrumpF's fans also don't care that he's alleged to have raped a 13 year old girl at Jeffrey Epstein's house in 1994.

      THey don't care that Ivana gave sworn testimony that he raped her.

      THey don't care that he constantly sues other people to get out of paying his bills, and that he goes bankrupt to avoid paying his debts.

      They don't care that he is a racist, immoral, unethical,
      lying sociopath who acts and sounds like a badly brought up 14 year old boy.

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    2. No no,they set him up by immigrating the the US,raising a son who joined the military,and then they engineered his death all just to make Trump look bad.

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    3. Anonymous8:12 PM

      No set-up required by the Khans. Trump set himself up starting about a year ago.

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  23. Anonymous6:35 PM

    Buffet challenged Trump to release his tax returns: “I would be delighted to meet him any place, anytime between now and election. I’ll bring my tax return, he can bring his tax return. Nobody’s gonna arrest us.”

    The billionaire accused the Republican nominee of being afraid to release the documents, saying, “You’re only afraid if you’ve got something to be afraid about.”

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/01/hillary-clinton-run-score-trump-nebraska-rally.html


    Republican Dreams Shattered As 91% Of Bernie Sanders Backers Support Hillary Clinton

    The Democratic convention achieved one of its biggest goals as according to a new CNN poll 91% of Bernie Sanders supporters are now backing Hillary Clinton.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/01/republican-dreams-shattered-91-bernie-sanders-backers-support-hillary-clinton.html

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  24. Anonymous6:35 PM

    It would be a wonderful and extraordinarily satisfying stroke of irony if the thing that finally brought Trump's presidential campaign down was Americans of both political parties uniting in defense of a Muslim immigrant war hero and his family.

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  25. Anonymous6:40 PM

    hahaha

    Sarah is going to be all wee wee'd up.

    Get some popcorn!

    http://www.newsminer.com/news/alaska_news/alaska-sen-sullivan-condemns-trump-comments-criticizing-military-family/article_1d9a3f8a-582a-11e6-8f7d-1f8a1e97a4ec.html

    "JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Alaska Republican U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan on Monday condemned comments from his party's presidential nominee about the parents of a decorated Army captain killed in Iraq."

    That's Dan (from Ohio) Sullivan. :-)

    Sarah's most current rant has to do with Hillary's emails.

    "Sarah Palin
    6 hrs ·

    If truth-telling just isn't your thing, then we've got your candidate."

    https://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin/posts/10154414735688588

    No wait...another IJR retweet?




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    1. Anonymous7:49 PM

      Shut up, $arah, you know the truth of your family, we ALL do, yet you locked that down, now didn't you? You're such a conniving bitch, who cares what you have to say? All in the name of God? Oh honey, seek help.

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    2. Anonymous8:14 PM

      Sarah and her Fam Damily are swimming in Arizona, Dan Sullivan is dissing tRUMP in Fairbanks, at a veteran's luncheon.

      Sarah is posting about white dresses she didn't wear and kids vomit.

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    3. Anonymous8:18 PM

      Sarah Plain is probably so skeered of Dan Sullivan she won't say word one.

      Not ever.

      I think Toad is skeered of Dan Sullivan too.

      #whyshequit

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    4. Anonymous2:31 AM

      Makes me wonder who beat Taaahhhd up? Was it a woman, I wonder? Certainly was NOT a snowmachine accident. We will reveal the whole truth soon, in little nuggets being exposed.

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      all the evidence points to that swim taking place in 2013

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  26. Anonymous6:47 PM

    Poor widdle Donnie. As Fareed Z. says...a classic bullshit artist. Not sure how anyone can take this full of bs orange dough boy with the cotton candy hair seriously. What a loser. What concerns me most is that his most vehement supporters can't see what a loser he is at all and continue to make excuses for him. SAD!

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  27. Anonymous6:50 PM

    Well, Trump's making history again.

    "In a first for Gallup, the majority of respondents (52%) say that they have a less favorable view of the Republican Party after the conventions than before."

    "Trump scored a net negative of fifteen percent who were put off by his nightmarish presentation at the most significant campaign event of the election cycle thus far. That vastly under performs the second worst historical showing in this poll previously, which was a net positive of two percent for Mitt Romney in 2012. And thirteen percent of those saying they are less likely to vote for Trump are Republicans."

    Hey, GOP, you built that!!!

    http://www.newscorpse.com/ncWP/?p=32223

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    1. Anonymous7:02 PM

      http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/290056-clinton-opens-up-nine-point-national-lead-in-cnn-poll

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    2. Anonymous7:02 PM

      The Democratic convention achieved one of its biggest goals as according to a new CNN poll 91% of Bernie Sanders supporters are now backing Hillary Clinton.

      Here are the numbers from the CNN poll:

      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/01/republican-dreams-shattered-91-bernie-sanders-backers-support-hillary-clinton.html

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  28. Anonymous6:57 PM

    He just keeps digging

    Trump: My Position On Keeping Terrorists Out Is What Bothered Khizr Khan

    “When you have radical Islamic terrorists probably all over the place, we’re allowing them to come in by the thousands and thousands. And I think that’s what bothered Mr. Khan more than anything else.”

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/trump-my-position-on-keeping-terrorists-out-is-what-bothered?utm_term=.ms1YEOO9ly#.jhVj6llEgN

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    1. Anonymous8:12 PM

      Trump is evil minded.
      At the Kaine rally in Richmond Va Kaine said the dark Republican convention was the dark and twisted workings of Trump's mind (not an exact quote).

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    2. Anonymous2:35 AM

      As someone who lost a son, I can tell tRump that the Khan family is still mourning the death of their son. Nothing can take away the sorrow, or heal the pain. Mr. Khan spoke from his heart, something tRump will never be able to do, since he has no heart. No brain either, as he is making so very obvious.

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    3. 66gardeners6:53 AM

      Dark has defined republican party political strategy for some time. Donald Trump is emulating what he has observed over the decades. Republicans, he is your Frankenstein. Suffer you fools.

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  29. Anonymous7:00 PM

    Trump is a douche deluxe.
    That being said,we have this:
    http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2016/aug/01/hillary-clinton/hillary-clintons-wrong-claim-fbi-director-comey-ca/

    "Although Donald Trump is a notorious, shameless liar, he still gets better ratings for honesty and trustworthiness than Hillary Clinton. In a recent CBS News survey, 67 percent of voters said the Democratic nominee was not honest and trustworthy, compared to 56 percent who said the same of Trump. To get a sense of how Clinton managed to surpass Trump in this area, have a look at the interview she gave to Fox News yesterday—in particular, her comments about the controversy over her use of a private email account and server while she was secretary of state."
    http://reason.com/blog/2016/08/01/clinton-falsely-claims-fbi-director-pron

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/08/why-hillary-clinton-keeps-lying/493841/

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    1. Anonymous8:16 PM

      Thanks, I think I'll pass on your links.

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    2. Anonymous8:55 PM

      @7:00 PM You are a troll deluxe.

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    3. Anonymous3:37 AM

      Not true. From the sites that measure candidates' statements for veracity it is shown again and again that Trump lies constantly while Hillary Clinton gets high ratings for being factual. The CBS poll shows what people who rely on Fox think.
      Beaglemom

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    4. Anonymous3:39 AM

      Yea right, Who did they poll? a klan meeting? a trump rally?

      That is why polls are useless and I am sick of hearing the media repeat she is not trustworthy because of some poll.

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    5. 66gardeners6:53 AM

      The false equivalency here is preposterous

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  30. Anonymous7:05 PM


    Donald Trump Fires Senior Adviser
    Ed Brookover was appointed to serve as a liaison between the Trump campaign and the RNC.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-fires-senior-adviser_us_579ff6dae4b08a8e8b5f335c?section=&

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  31. Anonymous7:15 PM

    DRUMPfster is a toddler throwing twit tantrums. Hopefully the greens will outperform him at the polls.

    The bigger the humiliation, the more bluster and stink he will raise over it. Compounding the 'toddler throwing tantrums' vision.

    Then people will realize just how large a sociopathic/psychopathic bullet they dodged.

    May the entire R party follow him down into the abyss.

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  32. Anonymous7:21 PM

    Donald Trump now calling Gold Star father a terrorist sympathizer

    Vile doesn’t begin to describe the slurs Donald Trump is throwing against a Gold Star father

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/8/1/1555567/-Donald-Trump-now-calling-Gold-Star-father-a-terrorist-sympathizer

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    1. Anonymous3:17 PM

      Now he's gone too far. Even Republicans are going to take exception with that. I mean the sane ones. They are already starting to get behind Clinton. They're not leaving their party, they just recognize that for this election only, they cannot get behind the crazy-ass dipshit their party just nominated. The more Trump doubles down, the more will leave.

      I think Khan was his Achilles heel. It's the McCarthy moment. "Have you no decency, sir?"

      Yeah, I think Trump just shot himself in the foot. As the days pass, the gangrene will get worse until he putrifies right before election day.

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  33. Anonymous7:26 PM

    Trump blasts New York Times: ‘They don’t write good’

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/trump-new-york-times-226546?cmpid=sf

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    1. Anonymous8:07 PM

      They don't write good, Donald? The correct grammar is they don't write well.

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    2. Anonymous8:15 PM

      New York Times blasts Trump: "He don't conjugate good!"

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    3. Crystal Sage8:19 PM

      He doesn't write WELL either. Moron.

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    4. They don't speak no good english!

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    5. 66gardeners6:55 AM

      Well implies a state of health. So you do not write well or good. You write correctly.

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    6. Anonymous6:56 AM

      Good implies behavior

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    7. Anonymous3:18 PM

      Well. They don't write well.

      Hasn't Trump even seen The Shawshank Redemption?

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    8. Anonymous3:19 PM

      You can write well incorrectly and you can write poorly correctly.

      In common useage, it would be They don't write well.

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  34. Anonymous7:30 PM

    Forbe$:" Those subsidiaries (referred to in the complaint as the “Four Subs”) were Trump SoHo, Waterpointe, Trump Phoenix, and Trump Merrimack"
    "Trump SoHo project was struggling with developers reporting that only 15-30% of the units had been sold by the start of 2009, despite the fact that in the previous year, a Reuters article quoted Trump’s daughter as saying about 60% of the units had been sold. Lauria is said to be responsible for brokering a $50 million investment to infuse cash into Trump SoHo and other subs by FL. According to the complaint, Arif and Satter also pushed, saying that the “Russians behind FL were in favor with Putin” so they had to deal with FL.the complaint alleges that Bayrock, together with its advisors, formed a sham domestic tax partnership to act as a conduit between Bayrock and FL. This “domestic holding partnership” was, according to the complaint, an easy way to launder money and evade taxation.the complaint alleges that Bayrock, together with its advisors, formed a sham domestic tax partnership to act as a conduit between Bayrock and FL. This “domestic holding partnership” was, according to the complaint, an easy way to launder money and evade taxation.the transaction (and related transactions) would have to be blessed by the interested parties. That’s where Trump comes in.>" Trump and others with a financial interest, including Ivanka and Donald Jr., had to agree to the deal: not everyone was on board with the transaction initially. Trump was, according to Oberlander, told that the deal wouldn’t happen without his consent. Oberlander says that Trump was given access to the documents and advised about the details and was then asked to bless the transaction. He did. The result, says Oberlander, is that Trump “benefited indirectly” from the transaction since the scheme allowed Bayrock to keep millions in cash rather than pay taxes.
    "The allegations, involving skims, disguised sales, conduit frauds, and abusive partnerships involve some pretty high level parties in New York"
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphillipserb/2016/07/28/trump-kids-named-but-not-charged-in-250-million-tax-evasion-case/#64ac78a92fa0

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  35. Anonymous7:33 PM

    There is something very wrong with Donald Trump

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/there-is-something-very-wrong-with-donald-trump/2016/08/01/73809c72-57fe-11e6-831d-0324760ca856_story.html

    The Khan fight highlights a huge GOP problem: No one knows how low Trump can go

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2016/08/01/the-khan-family-highlights-a-huge-gop-problem-no-one-knows-how-low-trump-can-go

    Lies, lies and more lies

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2016/08/01/lies-lies-and-more-lies/

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    1. Anonymous8:04 PM

      Donald Trump’s long-tortured relationship with the truth is nearing a point of total estrangement.

      The facts behind Donald Trump’s many falsehoods

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-facts-behind-donald-trumps-many-falsehoods/2016/08/01/0571b048-582d-11e6-831d-0324760ca856_story.html

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    2. Anonymous8:17 PM

      Tim Kaine played the how low can Trump go card as exemplified by the Khan situation.

      It was below low to speak about his penis size during the debate. Sadly, the lower he goes he has delusions he triumphantly won or beat someone.

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    3. Anonymous2:41 AM

      I think tRump is terrified he will lose. He thought he would come in, get the majority of votes since he is SO awesome Then he would be in the WH, in charge doing the bidding of the Russians to whom he owes his (non-existant) soul. He hit a brick wall, thinking people despise him, see through his bluster. Poor widdle Donnie is scared as a rabbit, and it is showing BIG TIME.

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  36. Anonymous7:35 PM

    Dirty Dan the carpetbag man has piped up about Trump's feud with Mr and Mrs Khan. Dan is such an ambitious suck that when Murkowski and Young declined to attend the convention he grabbed his opportunity to get some onstage attention.

    He still supports Trump but feels he has to say something when Trump goes OTT. Dirty Dan is a suck with a capital F.

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    1. Anonymous9:06 PM

      Another h8tr!

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    2. Anonymous7:00 AM

      is that the best you've got 9:06?

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  37. Anonymous7:51 PM

    CNN's Brian Stelter is guilty of committing actual journalism--being prepared with facts, asking informed follow-up questions, and not taking crap. His interview of Trump campaign communication director, Jason Miller, is beautiful.

    Here's part of it:
    http://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2016/07/31/trump-campaign-sidesteps-khan-questions-focuses-on-radical-islamic-terrorism.cnn

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    1. Anonymous8:40 PM

      Thanks for posting that. I saw it a couple of days ago but switch off when Stelter didn't fight back against the Trump dude's second talking points tirade. This time I saw it all the way through and Stelter was pretty good, you're right.

      I had words with Stelter a few years ago about his work- maybe I even helped to make him a better reporter. ;)

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    2. Anonymous7:01 AM

      Joy Reid interviewed Steve Cortes this weekend and was fantastic. Tamron Hall is my favorite though.

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  38. Anonymous7:59 PM

    American Sniper widow Taya Kyle hired by Fox News as contributor
    http://www.ew.com/article/2016/08/01/taya-kyle-american-sniper-fox-news

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    1. Anonymous8:34 PM

      LOL those self-righteous Right-wingers will do anything to avoid an honest day's work.

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    2. I wonder if she has as serious an aversion to the truth as her husband did.

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    3. Anonymous3:41 AM

      Another expert with no credentials !!

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  39. Anonymous8:23 PM

    WTF? Did he invest in Twitter stock and is trying to be the Twitter king? Seven tweets in seven minutes?! Must have taken some speed-tweeting lessons!

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  40. Anonymous9:19 PM

    Gold Star families are demanding that Frump apologize to the Khan family and respect all veterans. They even brought up Frump and his comment that McCain wasn't a hero because he was a POW.

    Either the Trump family is still living high up in their glass palace and they see nothing wrong with what Donald is saying or they are quietly thinking dad you are fucking up big time but can't tell him that or they will be banned from the palace and removed from his will.

    Even the Republicans are starting to distance themselves from Trump.

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    1. Anonymous2:47 AM

      IF repubs. had the best interest of this country at heart, they would have had tRump removed from their lineup as soon as he started directing the RNC on how things are going to be organized. Obviously they are content to have a raving lunatic as their standard bearer, a stone's throw of the WH. He is certainly a shade of white, so everything is A.O.K.

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    2. Anonymous7:06 AM

      Funny how the family has laid low. Melania may have been told to keep quiet.

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    3. Anonymous3:27 PM

      This is just an example of the GOP's desire to win at any cost. Even if it is detrimental to the country and it's citizens.

      If they really wanted to make things right, they'd cut off all financial support to Trump and his campaign. Then he's sure to lose. They can focus it all on their down ticket nominees.

      The question is, will they do that?

      If they encourage Republicans to vote for Hillary rather than just stay home, that also supports their down ticket candidates.

      The question is, how moral are they and how far are they willing to go?

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  41. Anonymous9:39 PM

    I want to know where is Sarah Palin? At one time she was licking his ass big time but now Sarah is even distancing herself from the Orange man.

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    1. Anonymous3:31 AM

      I think that the reverse occurred as the GOP convention neared. Trump abandoned Palin. She's been hiding out in shame ever since.

      One would have expected torrents of bile from Sarah Palin during the Democratic convention, especially in the wake of Mr. Khan's remarks and speeches by Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, President Obama, Tim Kaine, Chelsea Clinton and Hillary Clinton. But all we got were some whines about her hard-working family (apropos of ???) and how no one noticed that she wore white at the 2008 convention. Except that she didn't.
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous7:08 AM

      How delicious would it be for $arah and Trump to set the sights on each other in an public feud via social media?

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  42. Anonymous9:41 PM

    Trump tests his limits

    The GOP nominee has broken nearly every conventional boundary, but he has never gone this far before.

    ...Trump’s inability to quietly absorb last week’s stinging criticism from the parents of Humayun Khan — a Muslim born to Pakistani immigrants who was killed 12 years ago while serving as an Army captain in Iraq — and Trump's persistence in punching back are in keeping with the approach that has propelled him to the Republican presidential nomination. But this protracted battle, now entering a fourth day, is testing the limits of his bullying, no-apologies political approach in a way no other self-inflicted wound or crisis has.

    “There’s just no sense of decency from this man,” said Rick Tyler, a GOP operative who worked for Ted Cruz’s campaign. “I understand they challenged him, but there’s some things you just can’t win and you shouldn’t engage in. [Trump] wanted to change the subject to radical Islamic terrorism — which is what this guy died fighting. He just can’t win the argument and needs to shut up about it, but his personality won’t allow him to do that. He just can’t be quiet, especially when he gets attacked."

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/donald-trump-khan-veterans-limits-226529

    Donald Trump’s Draft Deferments: Four for College, One for Bad Feet

    ...The story of Mr. Trump’s draft record has been reviewed by other publications, starting in 2011, when The Smoking Gun published his Selective Service documents. But a Times examination of his history, including interviews with Mr. Trump and experts on the era, revealed new details.

    For many years, Mr. Trump, 70, has also asserted that it was “ultimately” the luck of a high draft lottery number — rather than the medical deferment — that kept him out of the war.

    But his Selective Service records, obtained from the National Archives, suggest otherwise. Mr. Trump had been medically exempted for more than a year when the draft lottery began in December 1969, well before he received what he has described as his “phenomenal” draft number.

    Because of his medical exemption, his lottery number would have been irrelevant, said Richard Flahavan, a spokesman for the Selective Service System, who has worked for the agency for three decades.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/02/us/politics/donald-trump-draft-record.html

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  43. Anonymous9:41 PM

    Internet:
    Donald Trump's Draft Deferments: Four for College, One for Bad Feet
    The New York Times - 4 hours ago

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  44. Anonymous9:44 PM

    Trump Exposes Trump

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSE-XoVKaXg

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  45. Anonymous9:47 PM

    Reuters:
    Trump said he was “viciously” attacked by Khan, a naturalized U.S. citizen, when the father publicly doubted Trump had read the U.S. Constitution. Khan said that Trump had "sacrificed nothing," prompting Trump in his ABC interview to say, "I think I've made a lot of sacrifices."

    Buffett on Monday bluntly contradicted Trump.

    “No member of the Buffett family has gone to Iraq or Afghanistan. No member of the Trump family has gone to Iraq or Afghanistan," Buffett said. “We’ve both done extremely well during this period and our families haven’t sacrificed anything.”

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    1. Anonymous3:31 PM

      Buffett is putting his money where his mouth is.

      On election day he's chartering a bus to take voters to and from the polls all day. He'll be on the bus posing for photos.

      Nebraska is a state that splits it's electoral votes. So Buffett is hoping to gain an electoral vote or two for Hillary by getting voters to the polls.

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  46. Anonymous9:55 PM

    Trump, Trump, Trump

    Trump tests His Limits!
    Trump threatens to revoke NY Times press credentials!
    Trump reports $ millions raised!
    Trump rips CNN as Clinton Press Shop!
    Trump blasts fire marshal for restricting crowd size!
    Trump complains debates are up against NFL football!
    Trump support tumbles after convention!
    Trump says the general election will be rigged!
    Trump says taking back Crimea would trigger World War III !
    Trump's Vietnam past sheds light on his sacrifices!
    Trump's evolving tale of his tax returns!
    Trump is a bull---- artist!
    Trump finds Muslim women are anything but silent!

    Good heavens -- this was just on today's Politico home page.

    The media is completely responsible for this Ill-Informed Cheeto-Faced Imbecile rising to the public stature he has attained.

    If the media would treat him for the clown that he is -- and not prop him up and give him an absurd amount of headlines, we might not be stuck with this moron having an actual shot at becoming President.

    Brandon Johnson

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    1. Anonymous3:25 AM

      The media and the GOP share responsibility for the unleashing of this shameful creature on the American electorate.
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous7:19 AM

      We have a free media. Would you prefer the media be forced to print only one point of view here? Granted, the media goes for sensationalism to sell a story. In the end only truly sensational topics get my attention.

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    3. Anonymous3:33 PM

      The media made him and now they are going to break him.

      Those are all negative reports. There will be more. And they will be more damaging.

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  47. Anonymous9:56 PM

    It appears that he has spent a lifetime of being a D-B and has gotten away with it due to the advantages of money and a position of power over his employees. Now that he can't dictate all of the conditions around him, he is frightened. helpless and lashing out.

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    1. Anonymous2:51 AM

      tRump has a raging case of Afluenza.

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  48. Anonymous9:59 PM

    Trump is bigoted, racist, egocentric, unempathetic, prevaricator extraordinaire, socially clumsy, terrible public speaker, one dimensional, compulsive, obsessive, thin skinned, vindictive, ugly inside......(and probably many more other adjectives) person....and I use that term pretty loosely in this posting.
    Those who actually believe he could ever be our president need to sit down and stare into a mirror for a while.....they need help...counseling.....and probably incarceration.

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    1. You also described Sarah Palin.

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    2. Anonymous7:25 AM

      both are dyslexic, narcissistic sociopaths

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  49. Anonymous9:59 PM

    General Election: Trump vs. Clinton

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/us/general_election_trump_vs_clinton-5491.html

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  50. Anonymous10:02 PM

    Seven Minutes That Shook the Convention

    How the father of a slain Muslim U.S. soldier shamed Donald Trump, upstaged Hillary Clinton and gave the country a lesson in values.

    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/07/seven-minutes-that-shook-the-convention-214126

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  51. Anonymous10:31 PM

    HUGE buddies.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cotid8aUEAAvUoS.jpg

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cotid8aUEAAvUoS.jpg

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  52. Anonymous10:46 PM

    Time for you guys to find another whipping boy.

    Donald Trump will be

    Times Magazine 2016 Man of the Year

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    1. Anonymous1:46 AM

      Probably, as "America's Biggest Loser"

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    2. Anonymous2:04 AM

      Trump is no man by my definition.

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    3. Anonymous3:44 AM

      Man of the year doesn't necessarily mean because he has done anything good.

      They can make him man of the year for single handedly destroying the GOP

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    4. Anonymous5:12 AM

      LOL! Yeah, sure, Skippy

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    5. Anonymous7:08 AM

      1938 - Hitler
      1939, 1942 - Stalin
      1971, 1972 - Nixon
      2007 - Putin

      Not necessarily a good thing to be on that list.

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    6. Anonymous7:25 AM

      So?

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    7. Anonymous3:36 PM

      Wasn't Saddam Hussein also MOTY?

      If they put him on the cover, it will not be for a flattering reason.

      But Trump won't care. He just cares he's on the cover. He'll probably frame it.

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  53. Anonymous11:31 PM

    Like Hitler, Donald spewed all the hateful rhetoric for one whole mind numbing year. Somewhere in the middle of this year, the UGLY slinked out of the dark to egg him on. The more careful of the Republicans knew it was too early to come out completely so they held back. But what Donald says is what they believe. We know this because they have been edging that way for years. Hate rewarded with hate. It's a vicious cycle that the Republican party is having a hard time out of this addiction. They have never had the average American's best interest. They have convoluted the message that was America. They want to wrap us in their paranoia and keep us in this vortex till the end of time. No can do. It's unAmerican. Go to Russia if you want a government like Trump is selling.

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    1. Anonymous7:26 AM

      you are absolutely correct. The only this Trump and republicans disagree on are left-leaning policies which Donald support.

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  54. Anonymous12:19 AM

    Really? I would have thought "bullshit artist" would have drawn his exclusive attention. Fareed Zakaria. Yeah, on CNN.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-vs-cnn-zakaria-bullshit-000000211.html

    That and his twitter war with the Khans. He is getting heavy backlash for attacking a Gold Star family, especially the mother, from both the right and left. That may be his McCarthy moment.

    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/08/2016-khizr-khan-donald-trump-joseph-mccarthy-welch-decency-214128

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  55. Anonymous1:45 AM

    There's a television in the cafeteria at work (vending machines, tables & chairs). It's usually on one of three channels: Fox News, CNN or ESPN. As a defense mechanism, I sit at far away from the set as I can, and listen to my mp3 player so I can drown out the audio. They've been watching CNN, and I've been tempted to yell "Turn off that damned Fox News!". Then I find out it's CNN.

    I'm one consumer who doesn't trust CNN.

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  56. Anonymous1:07 PM

    Sarah and Dakota still loves Trump - they want the contract to build his wall

    http://www.people.com/article/sarah-palin-dakota-meyer-todd-palin-border-wall-construction-co-shirts

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