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Mon 13 Jul, 2020 03:52 pm
I am sure there are those who have more need than you.
I see you aren't willing to practice what you preach.
You are going to wind up dead anyway. And Trump is doing what his constituency wants.
Mon 13 Jul, 2020 04:02 pm
You are snowflake, afraid of immigrants, afraid of people of color, afraid of people who speak another language, afraid of other cultures and religions.
You are a virtue signaling nitwit.
Mon 13 Jul, 2020 04:06 pm
Mon 13 Jul, 2020 04:14 pm
Trump Sent to 'Reform School' As Teen for Bullying, Niece's Book Says
Long before he became a president notorious for mocking people, it was Donald Trump's penchant for "name-calling and teasing kids too young to fight back" that helped land him at the New York Military Academy, according to a niece's tell-all book due out next week.
Trump often has spoken fondly of his time at NYMA and the structure that it provided him, and has even compared it to actual military service. It's been reported that Trump was sent to the boarding school for misbehavior or "mischief" as Trump described in his own book The Art of the Deal.
But Mary Trump, the daughter of Trump's late brother, shed new light on why the president ended up at the regimented high school as a teen in her book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created The World's Most Dangerous Man. She also recorded his family's response to his time there.
"Finally, by 1959, Donald's misbehavior—fighting, bullying, arguing with teachers—had gone too far," Mary Trump writes.
The Trump patriarch, Fred Trump, was on the board of trustees for the Kew-Forest prep school that Donald Trump was attending.
"Fred didn't mind Donald's acting out, but it had become intrusive and time-consuming for him," Mary Trump wrote. "When one of his fellow board members at Kew-Forest recommended sending Donald to New York Military Academy to rein him in, Fred went along with it."
"Fred had more important things to do than deal with Donald," she added.
Absolutely incredible that he could have been elected president. And more astonishing than his ineptitude and ignorance...is the fact that there are people still willing to support him.
How much contempt must one have for our nation and its institutions/ideals to do that?
Contempt for our nation - yeah, I can see that. Also a blind, unmovable faith in someone who is rich, white, male and arrogant just because he is a rich, arrogant white man. It’s their formula for greatness. It’s a pure, fanatical faith that persists despite all evidence to the contrary of incompetence, immorality, sheer stupidity and fraud.
It generally agreed by rational people that Trump is the most dishonest president we have ever had and yet he still has a chance to be reelected. Can that 25% of the population that supports him be mote blind? We are most assuredly on out way down. as a country with Trump helping Putin too make us a second rate country.