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Red_Dragon

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Posted: Jun 1, 2016 - 6:22am

He holds the record.
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Posted: Jun 1, 2016 - 4:54am

Class, Trump, and the Election


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Posted: Jun 1, 2016 - 3:02am

Trump is a liar.  Hmmm.  Sounds very presidential to me.

I did not have sex with that woman.

You can keep your doctor.

I am not a crook.

Iraq has wmds.

and my all time favorite ...

we killed a million VC yesterday.

 
rotekz

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Posted: Jun 1, 2016 - 12:40am

Protests backfire as anti-American images push undecided voters to Trump





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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 9:16pm

 Steely_D wrote:

To be fair, I think Trump's just a bully. I don't see manic-depressive.
OTOH, Newt Gingrich certainly seemed to be.

 
Oh, I agree. DonDon's too low-energy to be manic depressive. Depressive, possibly yes: many depressives express their depression as anger and a persecution complex. Trump constantly tries to paint critics and enemies as driven by some personal grudge against him. 

Wow, you cannot turn around without bumping into another story of Trump's lies and deceptions. Trump's former employees are speaking out against him in court. Oh, and look: Trump is crying that the judge is biased against him because he's Mexican. Even though the judge was born in Indiana. 

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/01/us/politics/donald-trump-university.html

Former Trump University Workers Call the School a ‘Lie’ and a ‘Scheme’ in Testimony

(excerpts of article follow):

In blunt testimony revealed on Tuesday, former managers of Trump University, the for-profit school started by Donald J. Trump, portray it as an unscrupulous business that relied on high-pressure sales tactics, employed unqualified instructors, made deceptive claims and exploited vulnerable students willing to pay tens of thousands for Mr. Trump’s insights. 

...

Mr. Trump, who started the university in 2005, owned 93 percent of the now-defunct company. From the start, he acted as its chief promoter, rather than day-to-day manager, selling it as a tool of financial empowerment that would improve life for thousands of ordinary Americans. It would, he said, “teach you better than the best business school,” according to the transcript of a Web video.

Within the documents made public Tuesday were internal employee guides encouraging customers with little money to pay for the tuition with their credit cards. “We teach the technique of using OPM ... Other People’s Money,” explained the internal instructions for salespeople. The documents pushed employees to exploit the emotions of potential customers. “Let them know you’ve found an answer to their problems,” read confidential instructions to salespeople.

The most striking documents were written testimony from former employees of Trump University who said they had become disenchanted with the university’s tactics and culture. Corrine Sommer, an event manager, recounted how colleagues encouraged students to open up as many credit cards as possible to pay for classes that many of them could not afford.

“It’s O.K., just max out your credit card,” Ms. Sommer recalled their saying.

Jason Nicholas, a sales executive at Trump University, recalled a deceptive pitch used to lure students — that Mr. Trump would be “actively involved” in their education. “This was not true,” Mr. Nicholas testified, saying Mr. Trump was hardly involved at all. Trump University, Mr. Nicholas concluded, was “a facade, a total lie.”

 ...

Mr. Trump started the for-profit Trump University just as the overheated American housing market neared its peak, promising that its classes would impart his wisdom about real estate and moneymaking to the general public.

But dozens of complaints about the school rolled into the offices of attorneys general in Florida, Texas, New York and Illinois, officials said, prompting multiple investigations and, eventually, the lawsuit from former students in California.

Mr. Trump had fought Tuesday’s release of previously sealed documents in the case. In an apparent attempt to discredit the judge in the case, Gonzalo P. Curiel, Mr. Trump called him biased and a “hater of Donald Trump,” and he sought to draw attention to the judge’s ethnic background — “we believe Mexican,” Mr. Trump said. (Mr. Curiel was born in Indiana; he is of Mexican descent.)

 ...
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 8:53pm

 kcar wrote:

Manic-depressives often have destructive cycles of behavior. Looks like psychopathic narcissist crybabies do too. 

 
To be fair, I think Trump's just a bully. I don't see manic-depressive.
OTOH, Newt Gingrich certainly seemed to be.
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 8:49pm

 Red_Dragon wrote:

Donald Trump throws a temper tantrum and calls the media "sleeze" and "dishonest" for daring to ask about the money he promised to Veterans — and hilariously all the checks he points to as proof are dated the EXACT SAME DAY as the Washington Post article calling him out on it.

Boy, you think he's pissed at the press NOW? Wait'll they start asking President Trump where all that money Mexico sent us for the wall went...

~Jim Wright

Donald Trump is a miserable,  narcissistic, lying sack of shit.

 



 
Manic-depressives often have destructive cycles of behavior. Looks like psychopathic narcissist crybabies do too. 

Why does Il Douche hate the truth so much? 
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 8:38pm

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

btw.. I'd be particularly interested in your definition of western civilisation.

 

 
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 8:03pm

 rotekz wrote:
Moron reporter:

"You say you didn't want the credit but yet you held a very public fundraiser"

Trump: 

"How am I supposed to raise the money"?

 
Socialist.
Red_Dragon

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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 6:42pm

Donald Trump throws a temper tantrum and calls the media "sleeze" and "dishonest" for daring to ask about the money he promised to Veterans — and hilariously all the checks he points to as proof are dated the EXACT SAME DAY as the Washington Post article calling him out on it.

Boy, you think he's pissed at the press NOW? Wait'll they start asking President Trump where all that money Mexico sent us for the wall went...

~Jim Wright

Donald Trump is a miserable,  narcissistic, lying sack of shit.

 


kcar

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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 6:37pm

Looks like Il Douche got his ass handed to him by the Chinese. And then he tries to lie about it and pretend he came he won. 

This loser is such a sad crippled child inside.

Pic of sad Trump: "Douchebag Don Can't Stop lying"


http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/31/us/politics/donald-trump-hong-kong-riverside-south.html

(boldface emphasis is mine:)

 Donald Trump Soured on a Deal, and Hong Kong Partners Became Litigants

...

“I beat China all the time,” Mr. Trump declared in a speech the day he announced his candidacy. “I own a big chunk of the Bank of Americabuilding at 1290 Avenue of the Americas that I got from China in a war. Very valuable.”

Mr. Trump does have an investment in the building, an office tower near Rockefeller Center. But court documents and interviews with people involved in the deal tell a very different story of how he ended up with it.

It began when a group of Hong Kong billionaires, including one who has been called the Donald Trump of China, helped rescue Mr. Trump from the verge of bankruptcy by investing in one of his properties in Manhattan.

...

But when his Hong Kong partners sold the property without his support, Mr. Trump waged a bitter, long-shot legal battle against them. And far from winning his share of the Bank of America building, according to court documents, he had to settle for it after losing in court. In the end, Mr. Trump’s alliance and eventual rivalry with some of Hong Kong’s richest men proved to be a tale of Mr. Trump at the extremes. It showcased his unflagging confidence in his ability to turn a bad financial situation around. But it also underscored his willingness to destroy a fruitful relationship with aggressive litigation.

...

But in the interview, Mr. Trump sounded almost wistful about his former partners, marveling at the money they had made together and at the fact that they no longer spoke. He acknowledged that his former partners might have gotten the best deal possible on Riverside South, after all.

“It’s too bad that this happened,” Mr. Trump told a reporter.

“If you speak to Vincent and Henry, tell them I think they are fantastic people,” he said. “You let them know that Donald Trump has great respect for them, O.K.?”
 

 Too bad the feeling isn't mutual, Don. 



 
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 6:28pm

 bokey wrote:

It's like Exo with an agenda.

That being said,as a Vet who was spit upon in an airport in the 70's,I'm all in on Trump.I'd go with Hitler to clean up this Obama crap.

Oh,was that wrong? Maybe it was right.

 
Wait. That was Obama's fault? I'm sure he would apologize to you now.
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 6:21pm

Just laughing at the haters.Laughing hard.
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 6:17pm

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

let me get this straight. here we have a billionaire candidate for the presidency posing as an outsider to the establishment (but lobbying to become President, i.e. at the center of the establishment), and he's trying to sideline the press as though the press were the lawmakers and he is the persecuted outsider?   wow. and people buy this?

 
Thank you for summing up Trump's outsider scam. Looks like Douchebag Don will be leaning heavily on the RNC to raise money for him. I guess that happens when you're not nearly as rich as you claim and are too scared to release your income tax filings. 

I was never a fan of Mitt Romney, but Mitt craps bigger than Douchebag Don. Trump is just a walking Ponzi scheme.  
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 5:19pm

 bokey wrote:

It's like Exo with an agenda.

That being said,as a Vet who was spit upon in an airport in the 70's,I'm all in on Trump.I'd go with Hitler to clean up this Obama crap.

Oh,was that wrong? Maybe it was right.

 
You chillen's need to be quiet now.
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 4:31pm

 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
let me get this straight. here we have a billionaire candidate for the presidency posing as an outsider to the establishment (but lobbying to become President, i.e. at the center of the establishment), and he's trying to sideline the press as though the press were the lawmakers and he is the persecuted outsider?   wow. and people buy this?
 
They do if they watch Fox News et al. The rest, a.k.a. "the liberal' media obviously lie about history, the climate, the amazing progress and nobility of wars, the terrorists under your bed, the immigrants stealing your jobs while living on welfare, the gays and other assorted freaks threatening your kids, and all sorts of other things that are extremely unpatriotic and outright ungodly.

Everybody knows only Donald The Messiah dares speak The Truth™ because he has money.
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 4:27pm

 rotekz wrote:

trump press rush

 


and the more I see of him, the more I think of  "The World's first computer-generated TV host,"

 
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 4:14pm

 rotekz wrote:
 
I care purely for the preservation of Western civilisation, 
 
btw.. I'd be particularly interested in your definition of western civilisation.
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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 4:09pm

 rotekz wrote:
RUSH LIMBAUGH Praises TRUMP

 
let me get this straight. here we have a billionaire candidate for the presidency posing as an outsider to the establishment (but lobbying to become President, i.e. at the center of the establishment), and he's trying to sideline the press as though the press were the lawmakers and he is the persecuted outsider?   wow. and people buy this?
rotekz

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Posted: May 31, 2016 - 4:01pm

RUSH LIMBAUGH Praises TRUMP: The Press Conference Republican Voters Have Wanted to See for Years thegatewaypundit.com/2016/05/rush-l… 

Today Donald Trump went after the press — HARD.
And it was a beautiful thing.

trump press rush

Rush Limbaugh called it “The Press Conference Republican Voters Have Wanted to See for Years.”
Via The Rush Limbaugh Show:

RUSH: Well, that’s what you’ve all wanted. That’s what everybody’s been asking for I don’t know how long. That was a press conference. That was a press conference. That was the kind of press conference Republicans voters have been dying to see for who knows how many years.

Greetings, my friends. Great to have you here, and great to be back. A short busy broadcast week. Rush Limbaugh back at it. It is 800-282-2882 if you want to be on the program; the email address,ElRushbo@eibnet.com.

Say what you will about Donald Trump — how many years have people been begging for a Republican to just once take on the media the way Trump did? All the way from the premise, to the details, to the motivation. He took ’em all on, and the piece de resistance is some journalist said, “Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump –” and, by the way, these people in the media, they may hate the guy, but they cannot stop covering him…

… RUSH: Now, back to this Trump press conference, if you didn’t see it, if you didn’t hear it, we’re working on audio sound bites now. We’re an editor short today so we’ll get them up as quickly as we can. We only got one guy editing. When we have two guys editing it would only take half the time it’s gonna take now.

But, anyway, the piece de resistance — you thought I lost my place, but I didn’t, because I never do. Near the end of it a frustrated journalist (paraphrasing), “Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump, is it gonna be this way, are you gonna be attacking us after you become president?”

“Yes, it is. Because you are the most dishonest people, political press the most dishonest people I know. You know it and I know it. The press is dishonest, but the political press is especially dishonest.”

And then Jim Acosta, I think it was, CNN (paraphrasing), “Mr. Trump, Mr. Trump, do you object to scrutiny? You seem like you didn’t even like scrutiny, but you’re seeking the office of president of the United States, how do you think –”

“I don’t mind scrutiny. What I don’t like is lies. You can scrutinize me all day long but you set up false premises. You state things about me that are not true. Then you run stories on that. That’s why I’m out here trying to correct the record.” And then Trump says, “By the way, I’ve seen you, you’re among the worst. You’re at ABC, right? You’re the worst. You’re a sleaze.” And I’m thinking the people at home watching this — (laughing) ’cause, folks, in the age of internet trolling, manners are out the window. It’s a waste of time asking for manners here. Because, remember, in a war the aggressor sets the rules and I’m guaranteeing you that Trump thinks the media are the aggressors here.


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