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Remember when he railed on Obama for golfing while the nation was burning?

Heck, the guy is just a gangster.  He's disappointed even his right-wing base.  I think Noam Chomsky summed Trump up well when he said Trump is nothing like Hitler because Hitler had a coherent ideology.  Trump is just all about himself.  A complete disaster.

 

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2 minutes ago, robertbowler said:

the guy is certifiable.. and his ego and ignorance are off th scale.. hes wrecked the USA ..wait till China really starts the screw .. I cant wait

correct, Trump caused Covid and killed George Floyd.

Meanwhile the Democrats and CNN legitimizing and encouraging the violent far left Antifa while George Soros was bankrolling them has absolutely nothing to do with the riots.

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2 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

correct, Trump caused Covid and killed George Floyd.

Meanwhile the Democrats and CNN legitimizing and encouraging the violent far left Antifa while George Soros was bankrolling them has absolutely nothing to do with the riots.

What has he actually done besides self-enrich and self-aggrandize himself and his family?  

He appoints conservatives justices to the Supreme Court, I guess.

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1 minute ago, dmedin said:

What has he actually done besides self-enrich and self-aggrandize himself and his family?  

He appoints conservatives justices to the Supreme Court, I guess.

he was rich before and hasn't taken payment for the job and yes after Obama politicized the supreme court by flooding it with Democrat supporting judges Trump has slowly bought it back to being even. 

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26 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

he was rich before and hasn't taken payment for the job

 

$100,000 salary is peanuts to him (just like fifty grand is 'peanuts' to Boris Johnson), besides he gets all the extra business for his hotels and golf courses.

 

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Just now, dmedin said:

 

$100,000 salary is peanuts to him (just like fifty grand is 'peanuts' to Boris Johnson), besides he gets all the extra business for his hotels and golf courses.

 

does Boris forego his salary too? and I thought all the right on rich middle class boycotted his hotels.

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6 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

does Boris forego his salary too? and I thought all the right on rich middle class boycotted his hotels.

 

Oh don't worry, the Trump family and associates are making a great deal more than $100,00 out of their privileged positions.

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29 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

have they been taking lessons from the Bidens do you think?

Bidens, Clintons, Trumps - all at it.  Difference is that Sh!t-for-brains was billed as the 'great genius' who would drain the swamp.  And he's shown himself to be a feebleminded failure.  

There's every chance Biden will win now.  He will be a puppet president like G. W. Bush was. :D 

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There goes the big man baby, serial user of prostitutes who has an Eastern European stripper for a wife, marching around Washington DC with a Christian Bible in his hand and a grinning Kushner behind him.  America would be grateful for a Nero, compared to this!

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