27 Hilariously Stupid, Sexist, Childish or Egotistical Things Donald Trump Has Said

Updated on November 28, 2018
To prove how much he likes Hispanics, Donald Trump Tweeted this picture of himself eating a taco salad on Cinco de Mayo. .
To prove how much he likes Hispanics, Donald Trump Tweeted this picture of himself eating a taco salad on Cinco de Mayo. .

We all have different opinions of what qualities we want to see in the President of the United States. We usually want someone with meaningful experience in government or at least the military. Most of us tend to believe a president should be, among other things, tactful, civil, diplomatic, calm and level-headed.

In the case of Donald Trump, he had no experience in government, diplomacy or the military. Since first declaring his candidacy for President in 2015, Trump has demonstrated a tendency to be extremely thin-skinned, crude and tactless with a fondness for hurling childish insults

Here are some of the tweets Trump sent about Megyn Kelly over the months after his debate.

1. Trump gets his feelings hurt easily and holds a grudge for a long time, often making childish insults for months or years about some perceived insult.

In a Fox News debate, when Megyn Kelly asked Donald Trump a question about his frequent sexist remarks toward women, Trump spent the next six months sending out angry Tweets and making sexist remarks about Megyn Kelly.

See Trump's comments about Judge Curiel here

2. Trump insisted that a Federal judge should be removed from a case involving him simply because of the Judge’s ethnic background

When federal judge Gonzalo Curiel ruled against Donald Trump in a lawsuit regarding Trump University, Mr. Trump said judge Curiel was biased against him because he was Mexican. Judge Curiel has Mexican heritage but he was born in Indiana. Trump repeatedly said that because Judge Curiel has Mexican ancestry, he cannot be unbiased against Trump.

Trump could not grasp that there was anything racist about what he said. When asked in an interview to explain how his remarks about Judge Curiel were not racist, Trump dodged the question over 20 times.

3. Trump encouraged supporters at his rallies to physically assault non-violent protesters

While non-violent protesters were being removed from Trump rallies, Mr. Trump has made these comments:

  • “I love the old days. You know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They’d be carried out on a stretcher folks.”
  • “I’d like to punch him in the face, I tell ya.”
  • "Get him out of here. Knock the crap out of him would you? Seriously. I'll pay the legal fees."

4. Trump’s views about guns are now more extreme than the NRA

After the shooting in an Orlando gay nightclub by a Muslim man, Trump said it would be a beautiful thing if patrons of the nightclub had been carrying concealed weapons so they could shoot back. This is a view that even the NRA says is too extreme. They recognize that guns in drinking establishments are a dangerous combination.

5. Trump wants to stop all Muslims from entering the United States

Trump called for "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States". He did not distinguish between Muslims who are refugees, documented workers or even American citizens.He simply said ALL Muslims.

After it was revealed that the Orlando shooter was a lifelong American citizen, Trump said this is why we need to stop all immigration from Muslims.

6. When Trump didn’t like what a reporter wrote about him, he mocked the reporter’s physical handicap

Watch the YouTube video showing Trump mocking the reporter.

7. Trump falsely claimed that he saw thousands of Arabs in New Jersey cheer when the World Trade Center collapsed

Trump: “Hey, I watched when the World Trade Center came tumbling down. And I watched in Jersey City, New Jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. Thousands of people were cheering.”

“There were people that were cheering on the other side of New Jersey, where you have large Arab populations. They were cheering as the World Trade Center came down.”

Police confirmed that there was no truth to Trump’s claim. There were no groups of Arabs in New Jersey seen cheering when the WTC collapsed. Trump could not have seen, as he claims he did, any news video showing Arabs cheering as the buildings collapsed. No such video has ever been found. Despite the fact that this claim has been thoroughly debunked, Trump still stands by his claim.

Trump insults Senator John McCain's military service.

8. He insulted all American POWs

Trump, who has never served in the military, insulted the service of all American POWs by first saying that John McCain is not a war hero and then saying he’s just a war hero because he was captured. “I like people who weren’t captured”.

9. Trump has made ridiculous statements about building a wall between the US and Mexico

After saying that Mexico is sending rapists and murderers to America, Trump said, “I will build a great wall – and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me – and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.”

Needless to say, the government of Mexico has said they will never pay for any such wall.

Trump first said he could build the wall for 4 billion dollars. He now says it will be made for 12 billion dollars. Other building experts estimate that all the costs of building the wall along our border would be 25 billion dollars.

10. Trump repeatedly claimed that President Obama’s birth certificate was fake

An extremely credible source called my office and told me that Barack Obama’s birth certificate is a fraud”. Trump later claimed that his investigators in Hawaii found evidence that is very shocking. “I have people (in Hawaii) that have been studying it and they cannot believe what they are finding”. However, he never revealed this so-called shocking evidence

After President Obama produced his long form birth certificate and it was authenticated by the state of Hawaii, Trump acted as if he had achieved a great victory despite the fact that it proved him to be a liar.

11. Here are some actual quotes from Trump on his brilliant plan to defeat ISIS

I’m good at war. I’ve had a lot of wars of my own. I love war in a certain way, but only when we win.”

“I know more about ISIS than the generals do, believe me”.

“I do know what to do and I would know how to bring ISIS to the table or, beyond that, defeat ISIS very quickly and I’m not gonna tell you what that is tonight.”

“I know a way that would absolutely give us guaranteed victory. It’s an idea that in my opinion is foolproof”

“I would bomb the shit out of them. I would just bomb those suckers. That’s right, I’d blow up the pipes, I’d blow up the refin – I’d blow up every single inch. There’d be nothing left. And you know what, you’ll get Exxon to come in there and in two months, you ever see these guys, the great oil companies?”

Of course he offers no details about his plan to “bomb the shit” out of ISIS or how he will avoid civilian casualties. This is another example of how Trump takes a very complex problem and offers a simplistic solution without putting much thought into it.

12. Trump doesn’t want to take the time to learn what he needs to know about being president until after he becomes president

Often when asked for details about any issue a president needs to deal with, Trump demonstrates a complete lack of knowledge about the issues and no desire to learn.

In an interview with conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt, Trump insisted that he doesn’t need to know the names of militant Islamic groups or their leaders. He complained that any questions about topics like that are unfair “gotcha questions”.

But Trump says the day after he becomes president, then he will “know more about it than you’ll ever know”.

Trump gets defensive talking about his bankrupcies

13. Trump said declaring bankruptcy 4 times was evidence of his brilliant business skills

When Donald Trump was asked in one of the Republican debates about why four of his businesses declared bankruptcy, thus causing lenders to his companies to lose billions of dollars, he said he simply took advantage of the laws of the country to benefit himself and his companies. According to Trump, declaring bankruptcy was a very smart way to maximize his profits.

I wonder, how is Trump's use of the bankruptcy laws to "maximize his profits" any different from a Welfare queen who drains every dollar they can out of the Welfare system to maximize their profits?

14. Trump falsely claimed that Trump University received an A rating from the Better Business Bureau

Since Trump University wasn’t really a University it had to change its name to Trump Entrepreneur Institute. In reality, Trump University had a D-minus rating from the Better Business Bureau. Trump is still facing lawsuits from people who were scammed by his fake university.

15. Whenever Trump disagrees with a woman, he feels the need to make sexist remarks about her appearance

About Carly Fiorina: “Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that? Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?"

When New York Times columnist Gail Collins wrote a story about Trump’s bankruptcies, he sent her a copy of her article with her picture circled and the words “the face of a dog” written across it.

In a Tweet about Bette Midler: “While Bette Midler is an extremely unattractive woman, I refuse to say that because I always insist on being politically correct”.

About Rosie O’Donnell, “If I were running The View, I’d fire Rosie. I’d look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers and say, ‘Rosie, you’re fired’ ”.

16. Trump equated his time in a military school to actual military service.

Donald Trump was sent to a New York Military Academy when he was young to correct poor behavior. He later said “I always felt like I was in the military” due to his education at the military academy. He even said his time in the Military Academy gave him “more training militarily than a lot of the guys that go into the military”.

17. He’s very defensive about the size of his hands

Many years ago a magazine editor referred to Donald Trump as a “short fingered vulgarian”. After that, Trump would send the editor pictures of himself torn from magazines with circles drawn around his hands and the words “see, not so short” written next to them.

After hearing about Trump’s obsession with the size of his hands, Senator Marco Rubio made a joke about how small Trump’s hands were. Anyone else would have ignored the comment but Trump couldn’t let it go. He had to reassure us that neither his hands nor anything else was small on him. “Look at those hands. Are they small hands? And he referred to my hands – if they’re small something else must be small. I guarantee there’s no problem. I guarantee it.

18. Trump lied about opposing the Iraq war

Trump claims he always opposed the war in Iraq but in 2002 he told Howard Stern that he supported an Iraq invasion. In an interview on Sept. 11, 2002, Stern asked Trump directly if he was for invading Iraq. "Yeah I guess so," Trump responded. "I wish the first time it was done correctly."

There is no record of Trump ever opposing the invasion of Iraq before the war started. Ironically, he now says we never should have left Iraq. We should have, according to Trump, stayed in Iraq so we could take all their oil.

19. Trump wants to fight more wars for oil

He has repeatedly said we should keep US troops in Middle Eastern countries like Iraq and Libya for the purpose of seizing their oilfields and taking their oil. On April 11, 2011, he told the Wall Street Journal, “I always heard that when we went into Iraq we went in for the oil. I said, ‘oh, that sounds smart.’ But, we never did. I would take the oil.

“So you would keep troops in Iraq after this year?” asked Wall Street Journal reporter Kelly Evans. “I would take the oil,” Trump responded. A confused Evans responded, “I don’t understand how you would take — does that mean keeping troops there, or staying involved in Iraq?” “You heard me, I would take the oil,” Trump insisted. “I would not leave Iraq and let Iran take the oil.”

“And I said, take the oil when we leave. But we shouldn’t have really left.”

20. Trump claimed to know Vladimir Putin because they had both been on 60 Minutes together

At a Republican debate, Trump said this about Russian President Vladimir Putin: “I got to know him very well because we were both on 60 Minutes, we were stablemates. We did very well that night.”

In reality, Trump and Putin weren’t on the show together, didn’t meet each other and, in fact, weren’t even on the same continent since they were featured in separate segments of 60 Minutes. Trump never explained how he "got to know" Putin when they had not even met.

21. Trump implied that running the Miss Universe pageant gave him valuable international experience.

In an interview with Bret Baier on Fox News, Trump was asked if he had ever talked to Russian president Vladimir Putin. Trump responded that he knew Russia well because he had brought the 2013 Miss Universe Pageant to Moscow. He never said whether he had actually spoken to Putin.

22. Trump publicly asked Russia to help his campaign against Hillary Clinton

In a bizarre press conference, Donald Trump said “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing”. This came shortly after US intelligence agencies reported that the hackers who broke into the computer servers of the Democratic National Committee were very likely working for the Russian government.

In the same news conference, Trump implied that as president, he would consider lifting sanctions that were imposed against Russia for annexing the Crimea region from Ukraine.

Let that sink in for a moment. A candidate for President asked a longtime adversary of our country to reveal stolen information about his political opponent and at the same time suggested that he might lift economic sanctions against that adversary. That comes about as close to treason as I could imagine from a presidential candidate.

Trump later claimed that his comment to Russia was sarcasm.

23. Trump has given hilariously stupid answers to debate questions proving he doesn’t know the first thing about being president

In a debate on Fox News, conservative columnist Hugh Hewitt asked Trump a question about our nuclear triad (our land, submarine and aircraft based nuclear weapons).

Trump’s answer made it clear that he didn’t have a clue what the term “nuclear triad” means even though Hewitt’s question referred to bombers, missiles and submarines.

Hewitt tried again, asking the question a different way: "Of the three legs of the triad, though, do you have a priority?"

Trump: "I think – I think, for me, nuclear is just the power, the devastation is very important to me."

Since this article was published, Donald Trump has said many more stupid things.

As Trump says more ridiculous things each day we will update this list with additional quotes of his.

24. Trump proposes that we violate US and International law to kill civilians.

Trump said we should kill the families of suspected terrorists even if it means targeting innocent civilians despite the fact that it would violate US and international law. When asked about it later, Trump reaffirmed that he supports going after the families of suspected terrorists.

25. Trump implied that "Second Amendment people" might need to keep Hillary from appointing federal judges.

He falsely claimed that Hillary Clinton wanted to abolish the Second Amendment – something no president has the authority to do. Then he said if she gets to “pick her judges, there’s nothing you can do folks. Although the 2nd Amendment people, maybe there is. I dunno. But I tell you what, that will be a horrible day.”

26. At multiple campaign events, Donald Trump said President Obama "founded the terrorist group ISIS" and that they honor him as their founder.

After Trump repeatedly claimed that President Obama founded ISIS, he was asked if he meant that the President of the United States was literally the founder of a terrorist group that wants to kill Americans. Trump was given many opportunities to say he didn't mean it literally, yet he repeatedly said again that Obama truly founded ISIS and that ISIS honors him as its founder.

27. But then Trump said he was just being sarcastic when he said President Obama founded ISIS.

After reconfirming again and again that he really meant it when he said that President Obama was the founder of ISIS, and that they honor him as their founder, Trump said he was just being sarcastic all along. Then he condemned the media for reporting exactly what he said about President Obama.

Nobody’s perfect

All politicians make verbal gaffs from time to time. Most will admit that they misspoke or even apologize for using inappropriate language. Donald Trump says far more outrageous things, far more often than most politicians and he makes it a point to never, ever apologize or acknowledge that his comments were in error.

Doubling Down

When Trump has clearly misspoken or is caught in an obvious lie, rather than admit a mistake, he doubles down on the lie and insists it is true despite all evidence to the contrary. Case in point, the claim that he saw thousands of Arab Americans in New Jersey cheering as the World Trade Center collapsed. All evidence indicates that this never happened but Trump still insists that he saw it on TV.


The Bottom Line

From the moment Donald Trump announced his candidacy for President, he has made one ridiculous statement after another which would have sunk anyone else’s campaign. His answers to debate questions demonstrate a short temper, a thin skin and a complete lack of understanding of the issues that face this country.

It is difficult to imagine anyone more horribly unqualified to be President of the United States than Donald Trump.

This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.


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    • Rachelle Williams profile image

      Rachelle Williams 

      5 months ago from Tempe, AZ

      Donald Trump is a monster and a pig, and his election as the 45th President of the United States only proves the fact that many people in our country are still racist, sexist and just plain stupid.

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      16 months ago

      We all have different opinions of what qualities we want to see in the President of the United States. We usually want someone with meaningful experience in government or at least the military. Most of us tend to believe a president should be, among other things, tactful, civil, diplomatic, calm and level-headed.

      In the case of Donald Trump, he had no experience in government, diplomacy or the military. Since first declaring his candidacy for President in 2015, Trump has demonstrated a tendency to be extremely thin-skinned, crude and tactless with a fondness for hurling childish insults

      B: And with all the presidents that had great tact, and skilled at oration and were very likable, they lacked the one thing that president Trump has which is he not only listened to the people, he actually accomplished his campaign promises. At least those that the democrat resistance didn't prevent him from doing.

      Other presidents lie and tell you everything is OK, but they weren't, Trump tells the people like it is and he then tries to solve it.

      The one difference between Trump and the rest is that he didn't create the problems. They were created by other presidents, and congresses, he just inherited them. Because of that he doesn't have make excuses for them. He just tries to fix them.

      For example, "Congress voted to authorized Bush to use force to deal with Iraq, happened on October 2002. It passed the House by a vote of 297 to 133, and the Senate by a vote of 48 to 29."

      del if u wish

    • jeff61b profile imageAUTHOR


      17 months ago

      Bradmaster -

      “No results found for did Trump say these "I love the old days. You know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They'd be carried out on a stretcher folks." "I'd like to punch him in the face, I tell ya." "Get him out of here.”

      Sorry to hear you can’t do a Google search, so I did it for you. You can hear Trump say it for yourself.


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      17 months ago


      "The best observation about Trump came from fans of DC Comics.

      Back in the early 2000s, Lex Luthor became President of the United States. In doing that, as the majority shareholder in his own corporation, he put his corporation into a blind trust to Talia Head (Ras Al Ghul's daughter).

      In obeying the emoluments clause of the Constitution, Luthor has proved to be more ethical than Trump.

      Trump is less ethical that one of the evilest comic book villains ever written."

      B: Referencing comic books, get real. And when you make an accusation try at least to make it backed by facts, and not just your opinion.

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      17 months ago

      No results found for did Trump say these "I love the old days. You know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They'd be carried out on a stretcher folks." "I'd like to punch him in the face, I tell ya." "Get him out of here. Kn

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      Christopher Peruzzi 

      2 years ago from Freehold, NJ

      The best observation about Trump came from fans of DC Comics.

      Back in the early 2000s, Lex Luthor became President of the United States. In doing that, as the majority shareholder in his own corporation, he put his corporation into a blind trust to Talia Head (Ras Al Ghul's daughter).

      In obeying the emoluments clause of the Constitution, Luthor has proved to be more ethical than Trump.

      Trump is less ethical that one of the evilest comic book villains ever written.

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      2 years ago

      I would not let Donald (DUCK)Trump look after a hamster.The guy has his head right up his behind.He should tattoo ego on his forhead.What a jackass.Does anything intelligent come out of this mans mouth besides garbage.The USA has literally become a mockery and a pathetic joke.

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      Catherine Giordano 

      3 years ago from Orlando Florida

      Great list. Trump says 21 stupid things every day. I suggest Part II: More Stupid things Donald Trump Has Said or The First 100 Days of Stupid Things.

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      Timothy Arends 

      3 years ago from Chicago Region

      There's a great video on YouTube explaining why Trump sometimes says outrageous things called "Trump, the world's greatest Troll." The claim that he mocked a disabled reporter, BTW, was a lie invented by the Washington post. Trump used that same gesture to mock all of his critics. The media in a very dishonest fashion claimed the Trump did that because he was disabled, which was a deliberate lie.

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      3 years ago

      We will now have for a President a profoundly ignorant man, a pathological liar, a fraud, a con artist, a man with a comprehensive level of a 3rd grader, a serial predator along with his children who are not only unintelligent, but were part of the frauds that were committed in his unethical businesses. The entire Trump family are not only a political disaster, but a disgraceful and shameful embarrassment to our country and to the world.

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      3 years ago from Somewhere near the heart of Texas

      It's being discussed and silenced by the Trumpsters. The case is a civil case and not subject to federal law. The statute of limitations has run out for a criminal charge. The case is moving forward despite all squashing techniques by the Trump lawyers. There is a plaintiff AND a witness to the even.

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      Meredith D. 

      3 years ago

      If you check out the court filings for the US District court, Southern District of New York, there is a filing on June 20, 2016 2016cv07673, Jane Doe vs Donald J Trump, etc. Supposedly this is a rape case referring to a 1995 incident. Why is there no information about this being discussed?

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      4 years ago from Carson City

      Pathetic as this may be for Trump, I must in good conscience agree that Donald Trump has major issues, beginning with his brash, blubbering loose lips. His self-control is at Zero. He quite simply cannot refrain from lashing out in anger, immediately & loudly, each time anyone makes a comment about him that he does not like. And he takes offense at even inconsequential slights directed at him, despite who said it, where or why.

      He is obsessed with defending himself by snarling nasty insults at length. You are so correct when you state that he will not stop until he's dragged a rant on and on for weeks, even months.

      I am so grateful and relieved I long ago chose to be registered as Independent. I could not force myself to vote for this raving, temper-tantrum-throwing narcissist. He racked up far more than 3 strikes early on IMHO. His nonsense with Meghan Kelly, to include the sexist remark about "blood coming from her......" His ludicrous statement toward McCain's legacy as a war hero...(Shame on you Donald)....the unforgivable (and blatant) mocking of a disabled reporter.....that was the quintessential straw for me. Enough is enough.

      As a man, a billionaire, Reality TV character & businessman, he is free to say and do whatever he chooses. He can behave like a teen-ager or madman and slam anyone anytime. I do not care.

      However, I am the voter and I not only have the right but an "obligation" as well, to our entire nation. I firmly refuse to submit my approval of this man by casting my vote for him.

      Frankly, I have a conscience, a moral responsibility and I need to live with myself above all. I have been given no choice but to stay home this November. I feel strongly that the "poor choices" we've been given are a shame and disgrace to our wonderful country. I can't allow myself to participate.

      Very well-written as well as FACTUAL. Peace, Paula

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      Wild Bill 

      4 years ago

      Bernie didn't get the popular vote because he had the Republicans and the DNC against him. Americans have never had a choice for president. The choices are made for us. Hillary has been handpicked. I am also pretty sure Trump is the republican pick just for that reason.

    • Alternative Prime profile image

      Alternative Prime 

      4 years ago from > California

      Republicans are indeed both "Incompetent & Impotent" and have been Dangerous ENABLERs of Terrorism for years ~ "Case in POINT" ~ Congressional Republicans INACTION to "VOTE On & PASS" Common Sense Democratic Initiated Legislation which would make it MORE Difficult for "NO Fly" individuale i.e. Terror Suspects to Purchase GUNz ~

      Yup, believe it or NOT, for those who are Unaware of this INSANE Obstruction Effort by "Social Security Killer" CONservative Paul Ryan & his Republican Cohorts, Democrats have PROPOSED Legislation to STOP Terror Suspects from buying DEADLY Weapons to be used to Kill AMERICANs & Our Global Brothers & Sisters ~

      So just remember, as we discuss other issues and try to Conduct a NORMAL Life, right now, Due to Gross NEGLIGENCE by Paul Ryan & his Republican Congress, Terrorists are Purchasing Military Rifles with EASE to be used AGAINST Us in the Future and there will be victims as a Direct Result ~ And Guess what? "Delusional Donald" is On-BOARD with this INSANE Inaction ~ But what else is NEW with this Un-Patriotic Idiot Right?

      One other Critical Point I'd like to make is the FACT that Many EXPERTs, including a Retired Navy Admiral has stated that Trump's most recent "ANTI-American Act" Against the USA when he Encouraged Russians to Breach the Security of the United States via Cyber ATTACK is nothing less than "Criminal Intent" & Perhaps even TREASON ~ So WHY not give this Moron Access to OUR Nukes right? ~

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      4 years ago from Somewhere near the heart of Texas

      Trump is both an idiot AND a crook! Hillary has never been convicted of anything because the Repubs (in spite of wasting millions of tax payer dollars) have Never been able to prove that she has done anything wrong in 30 YEARS of prosecution and insinuations. Either the Repubs are incompetent or they are impotent. They must be fired in November.

      Those who are still supporting Bernie are being ridiculous - as Sarah Silverman says. Bernie did not get the popular vote! Simple as that. He should be elected to head of Senate and he has stated several times that he is voting for Hillary and his followers should do the same.

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      Wild Bill 

      4 years ago

      One candidate is an idiot, the other is a crook. I am writing Bernie in. Who's with me!!!

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      Lorelei Cohen 

      4 years ago from Canada

      Love this article. You hit so many key points bang on. It has been a constant source of amazement to me how people can actually be so devoted to this egocentric fool. Note: Just thought you might want to know that I am seeing a big blank space between your 2nd and 3rd posts.

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      4 years ago from Somewhere near the heart of Texas

      I am 64 years old and have been politically curious since the Reagan years. I have never seen such a horrible candidate for the President of the United States as D. Trump. I can't imagine a country with him as president or understand the mindset of a populace that would vote for such a joke of a human being.

      This election is coming down to the bigots versus the intelligent and informed. I do hope that bigotry loses.

      I know it's impossible to change a bigot's mind about things, but surely there must be a majority of intelligent people out there!

    • Alternative Prime profile image

      Alternative Prime 

      4 years ago from > California

      His latest Anti-AMERICAN Call for Russian AGENTs to perform ESPIONAGE Against the United States has apparently resulted in an FBI Investigation according to reports ~ Many EXPERTs have Defined his Reckless, Delusional Behavior as acting with "Criminal INTENT" & Perhaps TREASON ~ 100's of National SECURITY Experts both Democratic & Republican have LINED Up Against him in Protest of his behavior ~ There's also a PETITION in Circulation to BAN him from receiving "Confidential Briefings" due to his Possible Communist TIEs, PARANOIA & Apparent Unstable Mental Condition ~

      It makes you wonder what kind of Un-Patriotic, Uninformed, and perhaps Demented individual would actually even consider casting a VOTE for the MOST Dangerously Un-SOUND Candidate in HISTORY? ~

      Your research has PRODUCED a Great & COMPREHENSIVE Article which CLEARLY Illustrates WHY Donald will probably wind up in Prison long before we as a nation are "Grossly Negligent" in giving him the KEYs to OUR White House along with the Code to ACTIVATE & Launch REAL Nuclear War-HEADs ~


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