- Donald! Trump!
the hairpiece is the intelligence in the equation.
he was a lowly sewerage worker,when the alien hairpiece found him,and now look what has happened.
his hairpiece will kill i warn you (when he sleeps/as he’s just the host to it).
just when you least expect it,out it will jump from the air conditioner and choke you to death 😯Posted 3 years agoslowoldgitMember
This puts his comment on McCain into a historic perspective…Posted 3 years agosuburbanreubenMember
Not that I think McCain would make q particuarly good president, but I think Trumps comment was really below the belt considering what McCain went through, and has probably ended any chance Trump had.
Poll: Trump surges to big lead in GOP presidential race
If in doubt, play the immigration card…Posted 3 years agomikewsmithSubscriber
Been watching from afar. Seems to be the product of not being stood up to for a very long time. If all you ever hear is yes, of course, how right you are Mr trump sir perspective is gone. Imagine how long his speech writer’s last.Posted 3 years ago
On the up side he is ballsing up the right enough that whoever gets past him to nomination will be skint tired and have had every sordid little detail of their life shown in 4k I max 3d for all to see so my money is on Clinton.fasthaggisMember
Aye Kit,and a wee award from the Teuchters
RGU chancellor Sir Ian Wood CBE told Mr Trump at the ceremony: “We are very pleased to honour you today in recognition of the significant contribution the Scottish Trump International golf resort will make to diversify the economy of the north east of Scotland.”
They must be very proud.Posted 3 years agohatterSubscriber
Novelty value only, he has no chance of being elected
I remember people saying something similar about Dubya during the primaries.
Trouble is that in the American heartlands his bluff ‘straight talking’ persona plays well and there is an intense dislike of a (largely imagined by Fox News)) elite of effete, metropolitan liberals.
As a result, the gleeful mocking of Trump by various comedians and the twitterati actually plays very well for him amongst the conservative base who love anyone that leaves the ‘Liberal Elite’ fizzing with incredulous outrage.
That said, John Stewart nails it, as per usual.
[video]https://youtu.be/N7hGW9wybbA[/video]Posted 3 years agokonabunnyMember
Seems to be the product of not being stood up to for a very long time. If all you ever hear is yes, of course, how right you are Mr trump sir perspective is gone.
This is completely misplaced. Donald Trump has been the subject of dismissals and criticisms in the strongest possible terms for decades. He has endured dismal failures and been taken to the cleaners by numerous banks. Trump has heard very many nos in his life. He does not believe that he would be a good president – but that’s okay, because the point of this exercise is to build his personal brand, not to win.Posted 3 years ago
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