The Trump Presidency...

...So do Highschools in the U.K. have daycares by chance ?
It's compulsory in the UK. In Germany it's compulsory for the 14 y/o grades and in Sweden for the 15s. All schools in Europe pay for it especially if the dads are brown skinned refugees. In fact the more the refugee can argue down his age the more schoolgirls he's allowed to mount.

EDIT: apostrophe hanging offence.
 
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As if Boeing's problems weren't enough, Mr I know more about everything spouts off again.

The presidunce was in meetings with officials about the 737 Max 8 jets that have seen two crashes in less than six months. Chump, who has zero training in aeronautics, rattled off his knowledge about airplanes. according to fatty, the planes “sucked.” A transportation official said that Chump believes his 757 (which the idiot now calls Trump Force One) is the best and he never would have purchased a 737 as his plane.

“He was very much engaged in this,” an official said. Trump refused to ground the planes until after Canada announced it would not only ground the plane but prevent any from flying over their airspace. However, he said that his decision was “psychologically” important but wasn’t urgent. So he wibbled off one of his rambling statements: “We didn’t have to make this decision today. We could have delayed it,” “We maybe didn’t have to make it at all. But I felt it was important both psychologically and in a lot of other ways.”

As per his usual M.O: Trump once had an airline that did shuttles between Boston, New York and Washington in the early 1990s, but it never made any profits and the company folded.
 
Fatso quotes his own daughter in law after an interview on the unbiased Fox News as a defense against upcoming subpoenas.

Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 14, 2019
“Democrats are frantic to throw something else at the President. That’s why you saw those 81 subpoenas. It’s ridiculous. Just because your still upset over an election that happened 2 1/2 years ago, you should not be allowed to ruin people’s lives like this.” Lara Trump, @FoxNews

In another twist of words thrown out for truppits to swallow.

On Wednesday, Judge Amy Berman Jackson took pains to try to ensure the substance of the case could not be willfully misinterpreted by anyone outside the courtroom -- perhaps even the President.

Trump had seized on out-of-context comments emerging from Manafort's case in Virginia last week to claim that the judge had effectively absolved his 2016 campaign of colluding with Russia's election interference effort.
Jackson clearly said the question of collusion was "not resolved" in this case, "one way or another," and was part of an ongoing investigation.

That did not stop Trump from misinterpreting her remarks in the service of his ongoing effort to brand the Russia investigation a "witch hunt": "Today, again, no collusion. The other day, no collusion."
 
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Daniel Dale for The Toronto Star:

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued what seems to be a warning of armed push back against his political opponents, telling a right-wing website on Monday that “it would be very bad, very bad” if his supporters in the military, police and a motorcycle group were provoked into getting “tough.”

Trump uttered the remark in an interview with Breitbart News, a right-wing website that supports him. It came, according to Breitbart, as Trump was arguing that “the left” plays politics in a “tougher” and more “vicious” manner than the pro-Trump right even though “the tough people” are on Trump’s side.
“I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of the Bikers for Trump — I have the tough people, but they don’t play it tough — until they go to a certain point, and then it would be very bad, very bad,” Trump said.​
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What is it with the orange clown and 'tough' people, it must be his own feelings of inadequacy that (bone) spurs him on to talk like this.
 
Daniel Dale for The Toronto Star:

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued what seems to be a warning of armed push back against his political opponents, telling a right-wing website on Monday that “it would be very bad, very bad” if his supporters in the military, police and a motorcycle group were provoked into getting “tough.”​
Trump uttered the remark in an interview with Breitbart News, a right-wing website that supports him. It came, according to Breitbart, as Trump was arguing that “the left” plays politics in a “tougher” and more “vicious” manner than the pro-Trump right even though “the tough people” are on Trump’s side.​
“I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of the Bikers for Trump — I have the tough people, but they don’t play it tough — until they go to a certain point, and then it would be very bad, very bad,” Trump said.​
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What is it with the orange clown and 'tough' people, it must be his own feelings of inadequacy that (bone) spurs him on to talk like this.
It's almost that he has, being boss, an idea for a clothing range.
 
So much winning again for Donald Dump.

Senate blocks Fatso's emergency. GOP join with Dems to give it the boot.

No matter how he spins it this is an embarrassing loss for Hair Furor.
 
You may remember Jacob Wohl the belter who tried to frame Robert Mueller last year, his failed press conference and fake security company web site were comedy gold, he's been at it again:

Jacob Wohl Faked Death Threats Against Himself
And given what is happening with the stupid actor who faked an attack (Smollet?) for publicity then Wohl can expect some federal charges coming his way. Oh, and the condemnation of American conservatives?
 
Now the FBI have just released details of Operation "Varsity Blues", where they inquired into the illegal entrance to US Colleges by unqualified students.
Wonder if anyone had said "How come that retard that became President got through College?".
 
Now the FBI have just released details of Operation "Varsity Blues", where they inquired into the illegal entrance to US Colleges by unqualified students.
Wonder if anyone had said "How come that retard that became President got through College?".
I wouldn't be surprised at all if there were some dodgy dealings going on. Remember this from 2016, I believe the case is still ongoing:
Trump used 'fraud' university to pocket millions, New York attorney general says.

Donald Trump “personally pocketed $5m” from his Trump University “scam”, New York’s attorney general said on Thursday.

“This never was a university. The fraud started with the name of the organization,” said Eric Schneiderman, who is suing Trump University in New York over allegations of fraud. “It really was a fraud from beginning to end.”

Schneiderman said Trump “bilked people out of millions of dollars” and promised to “make sure he pays it back”.

“Thousands of people paid millions of dollars believing that he would tell them his real estate secrets,” Schneiderman told ABC News’s Good Morning America. “And we know from his own sworn testimony … that he didn’t write the curriculum – none of them were his secrets.”

Schneiderman said he will demand that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee takes the stand when his case comes to court, by which time the real estate magnate could be president. “He doesn’t have immunity from civil fraud trials,” he said.

Trump is currently facing three class action lawsuits against Trump University over allegations of fraud. Trump denies all the charges and has vowed to fight them all in court.
 
I have no intention of making light of the Tragedy in New Zealand but this goes to show what damage a thoughtless tweet can do.

Trump mindlessly tweets out link to anti-Muslim website shortly after New Zealand mosque shooting.

Late Thursday, after the shooting had been reported by U.S. media and presumably after the president would have been briefed, Trump tweeted out a link to the Breitbart homepage, where the lead story at that point was an article highlighting disgraced New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik’s claims about special counsel Robert Mueller.

Trump’s tweet offered no commentary on the link to Breitbart’s homepage, which frequently features inflammatory content about Islam and Muslims, and the right-wing site soon changed its lead story to the Christchurch shooting.
Breitbart News Network Breitbart News Network via @BreitbartNews

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2019

Other social media users were appalled and confused.
I am a New Zealander watching news coverage of a mass shooting at a mosque in Christchurch. The person who did this is a white supremacist who was probably influenced by the crap spewed by hate sites like Breitbart. YOU are part of the problem for the rise in hate crime.

— Jen Longshaw (@JenLongshaw) March 15, 2019

You're just out here plugging Breitbart for no reason whatsoever? Cool. That's a totally normal, presidential thing to do. Especially in the midst of what's happening in Christchurch. Which is a city in NZ by the way, not a place of worship where you inexplicably sign bibles.​

— Daddy Files (@DaddyFiles) March 15, 2019

What a predictably disgusting asshole you are.

Our friends in Christchurch, New Zealand are reeling from a terror attack by a Radical White Terrorist, and AGAIN you say nothing.

Instead, you post the fake news hate rag, Breitbart.

YOU. ARE. FILTH.

— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) March 15, 2019
you typed breitbart dot com into the wrong space mr president sir

— raandy (@randygdub) March 15, 2019

Of course you posted this as news breaks that a far right lunatic shot up a Mosque. You know exactly what you’re doing.

— Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonFL) March 15, 2019
No words of condolences?
No words of mourning?
No words of support?
No words of condemning the attack?

Just a useless link to a conspiracy website that has been proven to push lies and right wing extremism.

You make me sick.

— Ida Skibenes (@ida_skibenes) March 15, 2019
How about tweeting about the horrific mass-shooting at the #NewZealandmosques, and acting like a world leader instead of a world buffoon on Twitter. Shame on you… #Trump

— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) March 15, 2019
You were too lazy and embarrassing to tweet a note of condolence to NZ PM #JacindaAdern. Instead you posted from a well-known Islamophobic site. Disgraceful.

— Victoria Brownworth (@VABVOX) March 15, 2019

The third story down is… trump encouraging supporters to attack people wtf is going on

— Floyd (@shaunep815) March 15, 2019
I think you misspelled Christchurch.

— Rogue NASA (@RogueNASA) March 15, 2019
Yes you are correct, that is one if the websites that caused this tragedy.

— Andrew Jon Thomson (@HelloAndrew) March 15, 2019

Apparently he was fresh out of thoughts and prayers.

— John Hart (@farmgeek) March 15, 2019

The New Zealand Mosque shooter says in his manifesto that he admires Donald Trump because Trump is “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.”

— Christopher O'Riley (@cjoriley) March 15, 2019

Seriously disgraceful.

— Wander Woman (@WanderWomanPhD) March 15, 2019

World leaders are sending messages of condolence and this is the best you can do……
God help America

— Epicurean Tours (@epicureantours) March 15, 2019
 
Now the FBI have just released details of Operation "Varsity Blues", where they inquired into the illegal entrance to US Colleges by unqualified students.
Wonder if anyone had said "How come that retard that became President got through College?".
Varsity Blues! A pretty accurate description of life as a Senior for some.

 
I have no intention of making light of the Tragedy in New Zealand but this goes to show what damage a thoughtless tweet can do.

Trump mindlessly tweets out link to anti-Muslim website shortly after New Zealand mosque shooting.

Late Thursday, after the shooting had been reported by U.S. media and presumably after the president would have been briefed, Trump tweeted out a link to the Breitbart homepage, where the lead story at that point was an article highlighting disgraced New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik’s claims about special counsel Robert Mueller.

Trump’s tweet offered no commentary on the link to Breitbart’s homepage, which frequently features inflammatory content about Islam and Muslims, and the right-wing site soon changed its lead story to the Christchurch shooting.
Breitbart News Network Breitbart News Network via @BreitbartNews
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2019

Other social media users were appalled and confused.
I am a New Zealander watching news coverage of a mass shooting at a mosque in Christchurch. The person who did this is a white supremacist who was probably influenced by the crap spewed by hate sites like Breitbart. YOU are part of the problem for the rise in hate crime.​
— Jen Longshaw (@JenLongshaw) March 15, 2019
You're just out here plugging Breitbart for no reason whatsoever? Cool. That's a totally normal, presidential thing to do. Especially in the midst of what's happening in Christchurch. Which is a city in NZ by the way, not a place of worship where you inexplicably sign bibles.​
— Daddy Files (@DaddyFiles) March 15, 2019
What a predictably disgusting asshole you are.​
Our friends in Christchurch, New Zealand are reeling from a terror attack by a Radical White Terrorist, and AGAIN you say nothing.​
Instead, you post the fake news hate rag, Breitbart.​
YOU. ARE. FILTH.​
— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) March 15, 2019
you typed breitbart dot com into the wrong space mr president sir​
— raandy (@randygdub) March 15, 2019
Of course you posted this as news breaks that a far right lunatic shot up a Mosque. You know exactly what you’re doing.​
— Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonFL) March 15, 2019
No words of condolences?​
No words of mourning?​
No words of support?​
No words of condemning the attack?​
Just a useless link to a conspiracy website that has been proven to push lies and right wing extremism.​
You make me sick.​
— Ida Skibenes (@ida_skibenes) March 15, 2019
How about tweeting about the horrific mass-shooting at the #NewZealandmosques, and acting like a world leader instead of a world buffoon on Twitter. Shame on you… #Trump
— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) March 15, 2019
You were too lazy and embarrassing to tweet a note of condolence to NZ PM #JacindaAdern. Instead you posted from a well-known Islamophobic site. Disgraceful.​
— Victoria Brownworth (@VABVOX) March 15, 2019

The third story down is… trump encouraging supporters to attack people wtf is going on​
— Floyd (@shaunep815) March 15, 2019
I think you misspelled Christchurch.​
— Rogue NASA (@RogueNASA) March 15, 2019
Yes you are correct, that is one if the websites that caused this tragedy.​
— Andrew Jon Thomson (@HelloAndrew) March 15, 2019
Apparently he was fresh out of thoughts and prayers.​
— John Hart (@farmgeek) March 15, 2019
The New Zealand Mosque shooter says in his manifesto that he admires Donald Trump because Trump is “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.”​
— Christopher O'Riley (@cjoriley) March 15, 2019
Seriously disgraceful.​
— Wander Woman (@WanderWomanPhD) March 15, 2019
World leaders are sending messages of condolence and this is the best you can do……​
God help America​
— Epicurean Tours (@epicureantours) March 15, 2019
Dumber than dumber (including Dubya)!
 
I have no intention of making light of the Tragedy in New Zealand but this goes to show what damage a thoughtless tweet can do.

Trump mindlessly tweets out link to anti-Muslim website shortly after New Zealand mosque shooting.

Late Thursday, after the shooting had been reported by U.S. media and presumably after the president would have been briefed, Trump tweeted out a link to the Breitbart homepage, where the lead story at that point was an article highlighting disgraced New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik’s claims about special counsel Robert Mueller.

Trump’s tweet offered no commentary on the link to Breitbart’s homepage, which frequently features inflammatory content about Islam and Muslims, and the right-wing site soon changed its lead story to the Christchurch shooting.
Breitbart News Network Breitbart News Network via @BreitbartNews
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2019

Other social media users were appalled and confused.
I am a New Zealander watching news coverage of a mass shooting at a mosque in Christchurch. The person who did this is a white supremacist who was probably influenced by the crap spewed by hate sites like Breitbart. YOU are part of the problem for the rise in hate crime.​
— Jen Longshaw (@JenLongshaw) March 15, 2019
You're just out here plugging Breitbart for no reason whatsoever? Cool. That's a totally normal, presidential thing to do. Especially in the midst of what's happening in Christchurch. Which is a city in NZ by the way, not a place of worship where you inexplicably sign bibles.​
— Daddy Files (@DaddyFiles) March 15, 2019
What a predictably disgusting asshole you are.​
Our friends in Christchurch, New Zealand are reeling from a terror attack by a Radical White Terrorist, and AGAIN you say nothing.​
Instead, you post the fake news hate rag, Breitbart.​
YOU. ARE. FILTH.​
— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) March 15, 2019
you typed breitbart dot com into the wrong space mr president sir​
— raandy (@randygdub) March 15, 2019
Of course you posted this as news breaks that a far right lunatic shot up a Mosque. You know exactly what you’re doing.​
— Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonFL) March 15, 2019
No words of condolences?​
No words of mourning?​
No words of support?​
No words of condemning the attack?​
Just a useless link to a conspiracy website that has been proven to push lies and right wing extremism.​
You make me sick.​
— Ida Skibenes (@ida_skibenes) March 15, 2019
How about tweeting about the horrific mass-shooting at the #NewZealandmosques, and acting like a world leader instead of a world buffoon on Twitter. Shame on you… #Trump
— Andy Ostroy (@AndyOstroy) March 15, 2019
You were too lazy and embarrassing to tweet a note of condolence to NZ PM #JacindaAdern. Instead you posted from a well-known Islamophobic site. Disgraceful.​
— Victoria Brownworth (@VABVOX) March 15, 2019

The third story down is… trump encouraging supporters to attack people wtf is going on​
— Floyd (@shaunep815) March 15, 2019
I think you misspelled Christchurch.​
— Rogue NASA (@RogueNASA) March 15, 2019
Yes you are correct, that is one if the websites that caused this tragedy.​
— Andrew Jon Thomson (@HelloAndrew) March 15, 2019
Apparently he was fresh out of thoughts and prayers.​
— John Hart (@farmgeek) March 15, 2019
The New Zealand Mosque shooter says in his manifesto that he admires Donald Trump because Trump is “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.”​
— Christopher O'Riley (@cjoriley) March 15, 2019
Seriously disgraceful.​
— Wander Woman (@WanderWomanPhD) March 15, 2019
World leaders are sending messages of condolence and this is the best you can do……​
God help America​
— Epicurean Tours (@epicureantours) March 15, 2019
Let's count the minutes between this and hearing that Trump claims to have increased his online popularity because of what he tweeted.
 

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