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.....This was done by the Democrats in order to make me look as bad as possible when I was successfully raising Billions of Dollars to help rebuild Puerto Rico. If a person died for any reason, like old age, just add them onto the list. Bad politics. I love Puerto Rico!

Donald Trump, Twitter 6 Comments [9/13/2018 8:34:40 PM]
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Kuyohashi

Damn you, George Soros! Stalking the streets of Puerto Rico, killing random civilians in secret, all to deny that SuperTrump used his amazing superpowers to freeze the hurricane, thereby saving three thousand lives!


9/14/2018 12:14:21 AM

Zinnia

Donnie's so worried that Hurricane Florence will be his "Katrina" - too late, Hurricane Maria was already that, except worse - that he's going to manage FEMA himself. The best possible outcome is that he does nothing of significance, lets them do their jobs without interference, and takes credit for the whole thing.

...Raised billions of dollars? When? Is he lying by exaggeration or lying by hallucination?

9/14/2018 12:22:55 AM

Passerby

This is an insult not only to the intelligence of anyone Trump expects to read his tweets but to the very concepts of human dignity and sapience. As many Americans died as a result of hurricane Maria and this fucker's contemptuous blocking of relief efforts in Puerto Rico as perished on 9/11 and this fucking piece of goddamned garbage has true to his fascist nature decided to treat it the same way his alt-right base treats the Holocaust.

What was the point of the checks and balances of the American Constitution and the safeguards in each branch of government if a clinical psychopath with a history of criminal activity can get elected, then spend every day breaking numerous laws and proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is totally incompetent at every aspect of his position without fear of removal? Even after falsifying his doctor's report? Denouncing his own country? Leaking military secrets? Turning on his own citizens? Is America truly so impotent it can't stand up to a man trying as hard as he can to be a tyrant in a limited legal framework who only seems to have to ignore the law while his cabinet and opposition ignore that he's ignoring the law? All anyone really has to do to stop Trump is their job and they're not doing it in either party.

What happens when Trump is out? Can you really trust those who are left, those who know they've been given illegal orders and then followed them anyway? Those who covered Trump's ass to keep the status quo as Rome burned around them? This whole disaster should shake the American awareness of their own politics to the very core. That it hasn't already speaks to a dangerously widespread apathy.

9/14/2018 3:08:37 AM

Doubting Thomas

Trump, it wasn't the hurricane itself which killed 3,000 people, it was your shitty response to it.

Sad part is that Trump touts his response to the disaster in Puerto Rico as a success.

9/14/2018 7:25:52 AM

creativerealms

A legend in his own mind.

9/14/2018 2:02:52 PM

Anon-e-moose

@Passerby

This is an insult not only to the intelligence of anyone Trump expects to read his tweets but to the very concepts of human dignity and sapience


Well, the monkey is only aping the organ grinder: 'The Gothic'. No sign of the two GRU Minions anywhere near Salisbury Cathedral - because of they being prevented from going there due to heavy snowfalls that day: despite 9°C temperatures, and was sunny on 4th March 2018 - but CCTV footage proved their extreme ease in being in the vicinity of the Skripals' home.

In Soviet America & Britain, News Fakes you.

Just those two words have blown up in Fart's & Putain's faces.

Where are your 'Trolls' now...?!

9/15/2018 8:28:41 AM

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