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Trump 46: Chief Fuckopotamus And #BunkerBitch

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GreyhoundFan

Thank you to @47of74 for the thread title idea.

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fraurosena

Wanna bet he's got shares in OANN now?

 

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fraurosena

See how easily he lies? 

 

How do we know he lied? Well...

 

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fraurosena

A positive negative is a negative positive, positively toward the negative and negatively towards the positive. Capice?

 

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GreyhoundFan

I guess he got some marching orders from his boss, Putin:

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GreyhoundFan

LOL, The Backstreet Boys as soul group...

 

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Well, since he knows nothing, I would lean towards him not knowing, but there's always a chance, especially since he loves racism.

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37 minutes ago, GreyhoundFan said:

LOL, The Backstreet Boys as soul group...

 

Note Jared, on the right, who put his mask on the table. If my father-in-law doesn't have to wear a mask, neither should I.

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Dandruff
3 hours ago, fraurosena said:

A positive negative is a negative positive, positively toward the negative and negatively towards the positive. Capice?

Asshole jokes aside, why should anyone believe for an instant that he was tested, tested negative, or would admit if he had COVID-19?  Wouldn't look good for his preventive hydroxychloroquine, would it?

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5 hours ago, fraurosena said:

A positive negative is a negative positive, positively toward the negative and negatively towards the positive. Capice?

 

That was worse than the "who's on next?" sketch and "The Ins and Outs of Cricket" sketch combined. 

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I just want to say that this is the best thread title ever!

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The full message:

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When a toddler is in charge: "On weekend dedicated to war dead, Trump tweets insults, promotes baseless claims and plays golf"

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As the death toll in the novel coronavirus pandemic neared 100,000 Americans this Memorial Day weekend, President Trump derided and insulted perceived enemies and promoted a baseless conspiracy theory, in between rounds of golf.

In a flurry of tweets and retweets Saturday and Sunday, Trump mocked former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’s weight, ridiculed the looks of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and called former Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton a “skank.”

He revived long-debunked speculation that a television host with whom Trump has feuded may have killed a woman and asserted without evidence that mail-in voting routinely produces ballot-stuffing.

He made little mention of the sacrifice Americans honor on Memorial Day or the grim toll of the virus.

In fact, Trump’s barrage of social media attacks stood in sharp contrast to a sober reality on a weekend for mourning military dead — the number of Americans whose lives have been claimed by the coronavirus has eclipsed the combined total of U.S. deaths from wars in Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Trump plans to attend a wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday and also visit Fort McHenry, in Baltimore, where the battle that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner” was fought in 1812. The city’s Democratic mayor had discouraged the visit, saying it sent conflicting messages about the importance of staying home and protecting other Americans.

Although Trump on Friday had called for worshipers to return to church in person this holiday weekend, Trump himself did not. He played golf on Sunday morning.

Neither White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who had echoed Trump’s call for a return to the pews, nor other spokespeople responded to questions about Trump’s activities on Sunday.

In the Virginia suburbs of Washington, where Trump played golf at his Trump National club in Sterling, houses of worship could hold services with 10 participants or in larger settings where participants remained in their cars.

Although few churches were open in the D.C. area, a coronavirus hot spot, St. John’s Church, a historic church near the White House that Trump has attended a few times as president, held an online service marking Ascension Sunday.

A few protesters gathered at the golf club’s exit on Sunday, chanting “Stop killing us!” and holding up the arresting image of the front page of Sunday’s New York Times: Rows of names of the coronavirus dead.

Trump had also played golf at the club on Saturday, the first time he had done so since early in the pandemic. During that outing, Trump was photographed without a mask and standing closer to golfing partners than recommended by federal health officials. The choice to return to the golf course was one of the clearest symbols yet of how Trump is trying to turn the page on a public health crisis that has damaged his standing nationally and may imperil his reelection chances.

In a Twitter response to Trump, the campaign of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden highlighted the rising death toll with images of health-care workers treating the sick and video of Trump playing golf as Democrats have questioned whether the president is capable of empathy.

The White House on Saturday announced that Trump would travel next week to Florida, his fourth trip to a battleground state in as many weeks, as he encourages a return to regular life and commerce in much of the country.

“Cases, numbers and deaths are going down all over the Country!” Trump tweeted, incorrectly, on Sunday.

New cases are declining in most of the former hot spots, including New York City, but are “plateauing,” rather than declining, in Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles and Minneapolis, White House coronavirus task force coordinator Deborah Birx told reporters last week.

After weeks of near universal sheltering in place, the overall daily toll has begun to decline, because of a sharp decrease in deaths and reported infections in some of the hardest-hit urban centers. But the virus is accelerating in other areas.

As of mid-May, every state had plans to loosen restrictions on activities and businesses as public health officials urge caution to avoid another surge.

Rural counties now have some of the highest rates of covid-19 cases and deaths in the country, topping even the hardest-hit New York City boroughs, a Washington Post analysis found.

The alarming increase signals a new phase of the pandemic, one of scattered outbreaks that could devastate some of the country’s most vulnerable towns as states lift stay-at-home orders. The virus has spread rapidly over the past month in places where even a minor surge in patients threatens to overwhelm existing health-care systems.

In 2014, Trump had criticized President Obama for playing golf when there were two confirmed cases of Ebola in the United States.

“He’s played a lot of golf, there’s no doubt about it,” Trump said then, in a telephone interview with the “Fox & Friends” program, where hosts had noted disapprovingly that Obama had done so 200 times as president at that point, six years into his presidency.

“And when you’re president you sort of say, like, ‘I’m going to sort of give it up for a couple of years and I’m going to really focus on the job,’ ” Trump said.

“There are times to play golf, we all love golf, there are times to play and there are times you can’t play and it sends the wrong signal,” Trump said then.

Trump has made daytime visits to his own golf properties about 250 times in fewer than four years as president, with evidence that he played golf on at least 118 of those occasions, according to the website TrumpGolfCount.com.

Trump’s Twitter barrage on Saturday evening included crass descriptions of women viewed as Trump adversaries.

Retweeting one supporter in rapid succession, Trump blasted doctored images of Pelosi and two images of Abrams to his more than 80 million Twitter followers. Abrams, who is under consideration as a vice presidential pick by Biden, had “visited every buffet restaurant in the State,” Trump’s retweet said.

“To protect PolyGrip during this pandemic, we have developed 2 options. With the DJT option, she will be able to tongue and adjust her dentures more easily,” Trump retweeted, showing doctored images of Pelosi’s face, one with a “Trump 2020” mask over her mouth and the other with silver duct tape. “With duct tape, she won’t be able to drink booze on the job as much. Which do you think she will prefer? #maga #tcot #kag,” Twitter user John K. Stahl had tweeted.

Pelosi’s office has repeatedly said she does not drink alcohol.

Stahl’s Twitter profile describes him as a retired tech executive and conservative. Trump appears to have scrolled through the account and retweeted numerous Stahl tweets that praised Trump, criticized Democrats and the news media or voiced support for Trump’s view, which is not based on fact, that mail-in voting invites fraud.

Trump also tweeted speculation and conspiracy theories about the death of a young woman who worked for then-Rep. Joe Scarborough (R-Fla.) in 2001. Scarborough is now an MSNBC host and a frequent Trump critic. Trump suggested without evidence that Scarborough had an affair with the married staffer and that he may have killed her.

“A lot of interest in this story about Psycho Joe Scarborough. So a young marathon runner just happened to faint in his office, hit her head on his desk, & die? I would think there is a lot more to this story than that? An affair? What about the so-called investigator? Read story!” Trump wrote Sunday.

Trump had also tweeted on May 12 about the death, asking, “Did he get away with murder?”

Critics responded that Trump was callously forcing the woman’s family to relive her death, and not for the first time. Trump had suggested in 2017 that there is more to the story.

At that time, The Post debunked conspiracy theories around the death of Lori Klausutis, 28.

Authorities determined that she died after losing consciousness from an abnormal heart rhythm and collapsed, striking her head. She was discovered in Scarborough’s office in Fort Walton Beach, on her back with her head near a desk, according to a 2001 police report.

That tweet drew criticism from some conservatives, with Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) tweeting: “Completely unfounded conspiracy. Just stop. Stop spreading it, stop creating paranoia. It will destroy us.”

Trump also claimed Sunday that hydroxychloroquine has “tremendous rave reviews,” despite studies showing that it can be dangerous.

In a Sinclair Broadcasting interview, Trump politicized a study from Columbia University indicating that had stringent social distancing been in place a week earlier, the United States could have prevented 36,000 coronavirus deaths through early May — about 40 percent of fatalities reported to date.

“Columbia University is a liberal, disgraceful institution, to write that,” Trump said in the interview broadcast Sunday. “I saw that report from Columbia University and it is a disgrace that they would play right to their little group of people to tell them what to do.”

I included the picture that accompanied the online article because I wanted to ask if I was wrong that I hoped he would get couple of ticks from hanging around in that vegetation. Ticks are really bad this year in Northern Virginia, where his Sterling club is located.

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(clutching my pearls) How could you say such awful things about Trump? He is worshipping at his favorite Church dot-dot. St Andrews of the golf course.

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Snap!  

 

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I like the picture and I like that President Obama's wedding ring is so prominently placed. I love seeing his relationship with Michelle, one with deep love, care, and respect.

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JMarie
20 hours ago, Audrey2 said:

(clutching my pearls) How could you say such awful things about Trump? He is worshipping at his favorite Church dot-dot. St Andrews of the golf course.

Not to mention all warm fresh air and sunshine he got while golfing. Those things kill coronavirus! He is very smart indeed!

10 hours ago, Audrey2 said:

I like the picture and I like that President Obama's wedding ring is so prominently placed. I love seeing his relationship with Michelle, one with deep love, care, and respect.

Exactly! If you were to hear of a woman who had five children by three men, you'd think she was a slut and/or a welfare queen. But Trump has five children by three women and has been known to have affairs, and that's just what we definitively know.  Yet he's the voice of morality?

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The tangerine toddler would have wet his pants:

I really admire Arden.

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https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/05/trump-whines-about-his-covid-19-victimhood-as-campaign-flails

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As he headed into Memorial Day weekend, Donald Trump complained that he was COVID-19’s biggest victim. “He was just in a fucking rage,” said a person who spoke with Trump late last week. “He was saying, ‘This is so unfair to me! Everything was going great. We were cruising to reelection!” Even as the death toll neared 100,000 and unemployment ranks swelled to over 38 million, Trump couldn’t see the pandemic as anything other than something that had happened to him. “The problem is he has no empathy,” the adviser said. Trump complained that he should have been warned about the virus sooner. “The intelligence community let me down!” he said.

The White House declined to comment,

Trump’s outburst reflected his growing frustration that, at this stage of the race, he is losing to Joe Biden. According to a Republican briefed on the campaign’s internal polls, Trump is trailing Biden by double digits among women over 50 in six swing states. “Trump knows the numbers are bad. It’s why he’s thrashing about,” the Republican said.

Even those closest to Trump have been privately worried the election is slipping away. According to a source, Melania Trump warned the president during their trip to India in February to take the virus response seriously. “He totally blew her off,” the source said. Melania later told people that Trump “only hears what he wants to hear and surrounds himself with yes-people and family,” the source added.

The first lady’s office did not respond to a request for comment.

But with formerly solid-red Georgia in play, Trump has conceded to reality and is shaking up his campaign. This morning the campaign promoted former White House political director Bill Stepien to deputy campaign manager and named Stephanie Alexander, the Midwest political director, to the post of campaign chief of staff. The moves are being seen by many in Trumpworld as a demotion for Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, who has been at odds with Trump for weeks over his spending and the president’s deteriorating poll numbers. “Trump has been screaming at Brad, ‘How many fucking times do I have to tell you I don’t like this! Are you fucking stupid?’” said a Republican who’s overheard the conversations. (“Your source is wrong,” a campaign spokesperson said in an email. “The President never said that about Brad.”) “Once you get on the wrong side of the mountain with Trump, it’s hard to get back,” said a Trump friend.

About Stepien’s promotion, the campaign spokesperson said, “This is a solidification of Brad’s leadership.”

Stepien, a close ally of Jared Kushner, is viewed by Trump advisers as a competent tactician who can help the campaign appeal to alienated suburban voters. “This is a sign the campaign realized they needed to bring in the big boys,” said a former West Wing official.

The problem for Stepien, though, is that no amount of messaging or get-out-the-vote efforts can shade the reality that Trump’s mishandling of the pandemic has plunged the country into a once-in-a-century economic crisis. It’s a point Stepien tacitly made when I interviewed him before the 2018 midterms. “Bottom line is Americans want security. They want to feel safe in the realm of national security, and they want to feel economically secure,” Stepien said at the time.

But the biggest obstacle standing in the way of a Trump-campaign reset is the candidate. “Trump is doing it to himself by tweeting idiotic conspiracy theories about Joe Scarborough. Women are tired of this shit,” said another former West Wing official. An outside adviser agreed. “Trump can’t pivot to a different strategy,” the adviser told me. “He only knows one strategy—which is attack. It worked in 2016. But now it’s not what people are looking for.” The adviser told me that Trump’s New York friends are planning an intervention to get him to stop tweeting about the Morning Joe cohost.

And when he’s not feeling helpless or aggrieved, Trump continues to cling to magical thinking. “He lives in his own fucking world,” the outside adviser said. Trump recently told a friend that the Moderna vaccine is going to be ready in months.

At this point many Republicans I spoke to said the only hope for Trump is that Biden implodes. As one prominent Republican put it: “Right now the only person who can change the dynamic is Joe Biden.”

 

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Prepare for an epic meltdown: "Twitter labels Trump’s tweets with a fact-check for the first time"

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Twitter on Tuesday slapped a fact-check label on President Trump’s tweets for the first time, a response to long-standing criticism that the company is too hands-off when it comes to policing misinformation and falsehoods from world leaders.

The move, which escalates tensions between Washington and Silicon Valley in an election year, was made in response to two Trump tweets over the past 24 hours. The tweets falsely claimed that mail-in ballots are fraudulent. Twitter’s label says, “Get the facts about mail-in ballots,” and redirects users to news articles about Trump’s unsubstantiated claim.

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Twitter’s actions come on a day when Twitter was facing a barrage of criticism over another set of Trump tweets. Earlier on Tuesday the widower of a former staffer to or Joe Scarborough has asked Twitter chief executive officer Jack Dorsey to delete tweets by President Trump furthering a baseless conspiracy theory about his wife’s death.

This is a developing story. It will be updated.

 

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Someone needs a wahmbulance

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/elections-2020/trump-campaign-accuses-twitter-of-political-bias-after-it-fact-checks-presidents-tweets/ar-BB14DAgT?ocid=spartanntp

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President Trump's reelection campaign accused Twitter of "political bias" after it added fact checks to two of his tweets regarding mail-in voting in California.

"We always knew that Silicon Valley would pull out all the stops to obstruct and interfere with President Trump getting his message through to voters. Partnering with the biased fake news media 'fact checkers' is only a smoke screen Twitter is using to try to lend their obvious political tactics some false credibility," said Brad Parscale, Trump's campaign manager.

The rebuke comes after Twitter slapped fact checks on tweets by Trump claiming without evidence that mail-in voting is particularly susceptible to fraud.

 

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Maybe he was just spitballing, like when he suggested injecting disinfectants to combat COVID.

https://news.yahoo.com/trump-asks-whether-taking-insulin-014739904.html

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President Donald Trump pondered on Tuesday whether he should be taking insulin, a hormone typically prescribed to diabetics, during an announcement for a plan which would aim to drastically reduce the price of insulin for people on Medicare.

"I don't use insulin," Trump said. "Should I be? Huh? I never thought about it. But I know a lot of people are very badly affected, right? Unbelievable."

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Asked later by a reporter why he would take insulin, Trump asked surgeon general Jerome Adams to answer, in which he explained to the president that, "Your body, Mr. President, actually makes insulin endogenously."

He continued that "people such as you and I, we make our own insulin. So yes we do utilize insulin, but we make it ourselves.”

 

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