- Donald! Trump!
Been following his latest outbursts on the campaign trail for nomination.
I’ve got a sneaking feeling that he’d be an excellent choice, if only for the comedy value.
Imagine President Trump meeting Philthegreek for the first time, for instance…Posted 4 years agochambordMember
He’s an utter bellend. I think he’ll fit right in.Posted 4 years agonickjbMember
Given that they elected George W twice I wouldn’t put anything past our cousins but seriously!?Posted 4 years agojivehoneyjiveMember
Douche! Bag!Posted 4 years agobigyinnMember
Some the stuff he’s spouting is either going to attract or repel the rednecks in equal measure.Posted 4 years ago
Personally I thinks he’s a pretty offensive human being, but lucky for him I cant vote for him!swavisSubscriber
He really does boil my wee! 👿
Banging on about immigrants in his country yet he saw fit to turf folk off their land to build a friggin golf course in ours. He is the worlds biggest bell end!Posted 4 years agoJef WachowchowMember
Given that they elected George W twice I wouldn’t put anything past our cousins but seriously!?
Elected twice, but only voted in oncePosted 4 years agokcalSubscriber
swavis is right for reasons too numerous to mention.
turbines far off coast spoiling the view of a man made golf course with hotels, houses and lord knows what. GRRRRR.Posted 4 years ago
Lets be honest, they’ve hardly got a good recent track record….
The bell end vote would appear to be massive in the states. He clearly knows thisPosted 4 years ago
Posted 4 years agoBillMCMember
I walked past him near Trump Tower, he was with 3 heavy looking blokes and he looked completely insignificant with his ridiculous comb-over.Posted 4 years ago
Posted 4 years agoracefaceec90Member
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 4 years ago
Yup, total buffoon of the highest order, terrifying that following all the laughing when he announced he was running he’s promptly ended up 2nd in polls.
The a**hole vote seems as strong as ever.Posted 4 years agovorlichMember
Posted 4 years agocranberryMember
I still have some hope that the Mexican drug lord will take exception to what Trump said about him and teach his mouth a lesson.Posted 4 years agoslowoldmanSubscriber
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So it’s not entirely in-conceivable that Trump could be in power in the US whilst Boris is in power in the UK. God help us.Posted 4 years agopondoSubscriber
We watch The Apprentice USA from time to time, he’s like a big, stupid kid. Very little in the way of redeeming features.Posted 4 years agoninfanMember
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.Posted 4 years ago
This puts his comment on McCain into a historic perspective…suburbanreubenMember
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 4 years agotpbikerMember
A horrible horrible man…..Posted 4 years agoKitMember
I wonder what he saw in that incredibly wealthy man.
Posted 4 years agomikewsmithMember
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 4 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 4 years agobikebouySubscriber
I don’t have a problem wit Trump, I have a problem with the entourage that surrounds/informs/manipulates him. He’s just the front of a very odd organisation.Posted 4 years ago
[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kM1D1igMeI[/video]Posted 4 years agoThree_FishMember
he looked completely insignificant with his ridiculous comb-over.
And yet…Posted 4 years agoernie_lynchMember
And yet that ridiculous comb-over has managed to fool everyone into believing that he’s not going bald ?Posted 4 years ago
Novelty value only, he has no chance of being elected. @bikebouy he hired the entourage and pays their wages so why wouldn’t they give the boss exactly what he’s asking for ?
Cock Womble totally apt and well played @slow 🙂Posted 4 years agooldnpastitSubscriber
He only has to beat Clinton, which I don’t think would be very hard.Posted 4 years agoLHSMember
I had the great misfortune of being introduced to Donald Trump once. A friend said would you like to meet my friend to which the Donald replied, depends on how many millions he has and walked off without saying a word.
Very nice bloke.Posted 4 years ago
But he did say a few words LHS, enough to make sure everyone usderstood what sort of individual he isPosted 4 years ago
I remember thinking ‘Ronald Reagan could never get himself voted into the top job’.Posted 4 years ago
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 4 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 4 years agoshermer75Member
All words verbatim:
[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUGT30gGtiI[/video]Posted 4 years agoGrahamSSubscriber
[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cA0NM5RAY0[/video]Posted 4 years ago
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