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Who is donald j trump?  

**********NEW****** TRUMP, YOU OWN HIM  ******* 

"The Despot's Apprentice"
Donald Trump's Attack on Democracy
Paperback – November 14, 2017

"Donald Trump isn’t a despot. But he is increasingly acting like The Despot’s Apprentice, an understudy in authoritarian tactics that threaten to erode American democracy. Whether it’s attacking the press, threatening rule of law by firing those who investigate his alleged wrongdoings, or using nepotism to staff the White House, Donald Trump is borrowing tactics from the world’s dictators and despots. Trump’s fascination for the military, his obsession with his own cult of personality, and his deliberate campaign to blur the line between fact and falsehood are nothing new to the world of despots. But they are new to the United States. With each authoritarian tactic or tweet, Trump poses a unique threat to democratic government in the world’s most powerful democracy."


Nine Reasons Trump’s Tax Plan Will Hurt You          DC Report   Nov 2017

President trump wins visas to hire 70 foreign workers for Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach       Miami Herald  Nov 2016  (trump promised to buy American and hire American - He is a lying sack of orange dung)

Are Bannon’s Ongoing Contacts With trump Illegal?         Politico Magazine   Nov 2017 

Uranium One: Joy Reid debunks fake news targeting Clinton

Joy Reid debunks the Uranium One fake news story, a GOP talking point proven false, but reintroduced as a reason to investigate Hillary Clinton, as her panel discusses more apparent conservative disinformation.           MSNBC     Oct 2017 

It's Mueller time!

This is for all those out there who cannot wait for the season ending of the gripping dumpster fire of a political shit show that is the current US administration.           Youtube   2017 

Ex-trump campaign manager Manafort indicted on conspiracy, other charges     Reuters Oct 2017

Read Indictment Here   -   A GREAT DAY FOR THE USA     Reuters Ocr 2017

trump suggests challenging TV network licenses over 'fake news'          Yahoo News  Oct 2017 
(This is how dictators get their start)

trump Pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio                    azcentral.com 

Robert Mueller Eliminates Trump’s Trump Card      nymag.co      Aug 2017 

NY Times editorial board lambasts Trump             Daily Kos   Aug 2017

Donald Trump wants the First Amendment both ways      The Herald Sun  May 2017

BREAKING: Trump Lied On Candidate Disclosure Form             July 2017  groopspeak.com 

Trump Recertifies Iran Nuclear Deal, but Only Reluctantly
   (Just another lie from the lyin king)                                          NY Times  July 2017 

Trump’s Russian Laundromat               The New Republic   July 2017 

The religious right has an unholy crush on Vladimir Putin        Salon Dec 2016

(This is why trump kisses putins ass - putin and trump will work together to form a new world order)

An Explanation of Why Trump Republicans & The Alt-Right Have Embraced Putin    Feb 2017 Daily Kos
(A must repeat - beware of the trump putin christian jihad)   

VP Pence Calls The Associated Press ‘Fake News’ And Immediately Gets Shut Down              

Don't forget for a minute pence is not a slimy republican rat like trump. 

July 2017     news.groopspeak.com

Trump’s Voter Fraud Endgame         Slate  July 2017    

T r u m p ’s    L i e s              New York Times   Jun 2017

SNL    Spicy Returns   Youtube   May 2017

SNL   Lester Holt Interview with donald j trump        Youtube        May 2017

Trump tastes failure as U.S. House healthcare bill collapses                Reuters  March 2017

Federal Judge Blocks Key Portions of New Trump Travel Ban 2.0             LawNewz                  

Check out Georgeanne Clarks Final Wish

From the Bastrop Advertiser, Bastrop Texas 

Who is donald j trump.....really?

From the New Yorker
By David Remnick
May 17, 2017

“As a businessman, he distinguished himself as a disreputable con; he was spurned by the New York business community less for his cartoonish flamboyance than for his essential dishonesty, his meanness of character. He routinely stiffed contractors and workers. He screwed creditors. He violated casino regulations. He bragged of charitable contributions that he never made. He promoted scams such as Trump University. In the nineties, as his bankruptcies mounted, he lost the ability to obtain credit from the largest and most reputable American banks. In foreign deals, brandishing an inexplicably attractive marketing name, he ignored his legal obligations to carry out due diligence and did deals with flagrantly corrupt business partners. In Azerbaijan, he was party to a deal whose only real enterprise might have been the laundering of money. And yet he always avoided serious legal peril, not least because he played by the lessons imbibed from Roy Cohn. And all the while he lived it up, acquiring the life-style decorations of a third-world dictator or a second-world oligarch. His excess was his brand.

As a politician, Trump has had little reason to discover the qualities of modesty, scrupulousness, or seriousness. Throughout the primary and Presidential campaigns, he succeeded in no small measure because of his defiance of convention. Emboldened by his astonishing early exposure on cable television and his first wins in the primaries, he came to see himself as invulnerable.

Nothing could hurt Trump. Even he seemed stunned by this stubborn fact. “I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters,” Trump said, while campaigning in early 2016. And he was, for a long time, right.

Until now. In the past two weeks, a Presidency of ideological meanness and unsurpassing incompetence has moved into another, more recognizable realm. The usual comparison is with the Watergate era.”

"Over the years, Trump has been the focus of investigations on housing discrimination, bribery, corruption, dealings with the mob, misleading earnings reports, fraud, and improper campaign contributions. (Of his behavior with women we shall not speak.) But that was nothing compared to the hard light that is on him now from the F.B.I., Congress, the press, the public, and various other realms of civil society. Discussion of Trump’s Presidency ending before his four-year term is up is no longer an oppositional fantasy. The events of these recent days¬¬—the Comey firing; the opera-buffa intel giveaway with the Russian delegation to the Oval Office; and now the news of the Comey memos—just may be the point of no return for a Presidency that has been a kind of emergency of chaos, incompetence, injustice, and deception from its first days."

For the entire New Yorker Article

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