The Trump Presidency...

The President Donald J. Dunce, the orange idiot with a really stupid haircut, a man who proclaims to be a stable genius, has infinite and unmatched wisdom, and knows more about anything than anyone else, seems to be a bit of a dimwit when it comes to common sense:

Throughout his presiduncy, on the campaign trail, and even in the years prior,the fat orange idiot has floated theories fueled by the conspiratorial-minded corners of supermarket tabloids and the darkest corners of the internet.

Here are 24 of the most notable conspiracy theories the fat orange idiot has entertained over the years.

Questions about Ted Cruz's father's potential ties to President John F. Kennedy's assassin.

On the eve of the Indiana primary in 2016 ,the fat orange idiot attempted to undermine former Republican presidential rival Ted Cruz's father's legitimacy by parroting an unverified National Enquirer story.

It claimed Rafael Cruz was photographed in the early 1960s handing out pro-Fidel Castro leaflets with President John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.

The Cruz campaign denounced the piece as "garbage."

Questions about President Obama's birth certificate.

While mulling a potential 2012 presidential bid, the fat orange idiot became the most high-profile figure to promote the rumors suggesting that President Obama was not born in the US.

The fat orange idiot claimed he'd deployed private investigators who "could not believe what they're finding" about Obama's place of birth.

He also repeatedly clashed with reporters who pushed him on the issue. During one contentious interview, he told ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he'd been "co-opted" by "Obama and his minions" when the anchor tried to push back on the fat orange idiot's claims.

When Obama eventually released his long-form birth certificate, the fat orange idiot questioned the document's authenticity.

The fat orange idiot has since continued to push the conspiracy theory in recent months during his presidency, according to advisors who spoke with The New York Times. One sitting US senator echoed these reports.

"[The fat orange idiot] has had a hard time letting go of his claim that Mr. Obama was not born in the United States," the senator told The Times.

Questions about a former Bill Clinton aide's suicide.

After Vince Foster, a former aide to President Bill Clinton, was found dead in 1993, various law-enforcement agencies and independent counsels determined he committed suicide.

But Foster's death spawned conspiracy theorists who questioned whether the Clintons themselves were involved in Foster's death.

In an interview with the Washington Post, the fat orange idiot suggested Foster's death was "very fishy."

"He had intimate knowledge of what was going on, "the fat orange idiot said of Foster's role in the White House. "He knew everything that was going on, and then all of a sudden he committed suicide."

He added: "I don't bring [Foster's death] up because I don't know enough to really discuss it. I will say there are people who continue to bring it up because they think it was absolutely a murder. I don't do that because I don't think it's fair."

Questions about whether Syrian refugees are ISIS terrorists.
The fat orange idiot has, in part, justified his plan to temporarily bar Muslim immigrants from entering the US by claiming that refugees coming from Syria "could be a Trojan horse."

"It could be one of the greatest coups of all time, "the fat orange idiot told Fox News' Sean Hannity in 2015. "They could be ISIS. It could be a plot. I mean, I don't want to think in terms of conspiracy, but it could be a plot."

But the process for vetting refugees typically lasts 18 to 24 months, and immigration experts maintain it is one of the most difficult ways for terrorists to attempt to enter the US legally.

"It is extremely unlikely that someone who is a terrorist will be sent through the refugee resettlement program," Greg Chen, the director of advocacy at the American Immigration Lawyers Association, told Business Insider.

He added: "It takes a great deal of time, and it wouldn't make sense for someone who is a terrorist for someone to go through that process. There are going to be easier ways for a terrorist to try to infiltrate, rather than going through the refugee resettlement program."

Questions about whether an ISIS-linked terrorist attempted to charge at the fat orange idiot on stage.
After an attendee at the fat orange idiot's March 2016 rally in Dayton, Ohio, attempted to charge the stage, the fat orange idiot claimed a video he retweeted proved the attendee was a terrorist linked to ISIS.

"He was playing Arabic music. He was dragging the flag along the ground, and he had internet chatter with ISIS and about ISIS. So I don't know if he was or not, "the fat orange idiot said. "But all we did was put out what he had on his internet. He's dragging the flag, the American flag, which I respect obviously more than you."

He added: "What do I know about it? All I know is what's on the internet. And I don't like to see a man dragging the American flag along the ground in a mocking fashion."

Multiple news outlets and fact-checkers debunked the video's authenticity. No government agency has said the man was connected to ISIS or other terrorist groups.

Questions about Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death.
Law enforcement determined there was no evidence of foul play in Justice Antonin Scalia's sudden death in 2016.

Asked about the circumstances of Scalia's death, the fat orange idiot said he was unsure about what caused Scalia's death. The fat orange idiot noted a pillow was found over the justice's face, a claim authorities rebutted.

"I'm hearing it's a big topic, "the fat orange idiot said in a radio interview. "It's a horrible topic but they're saying they found the pillow on his face, which is a pretty unusual place to find a pillow."

He added: "I can't give you an answer. It's just starting to come out now."

Questions about whether childhood vaccines cause autism.
At a Republican presidential debate in 2016, CNN host Jake Tapper asked the fat orange idiot about his position that vaccines can cause autism.

"We had so many instances, people that work for me, just the other day, 2 years old, a beautiful child, went to have the vaccine and came back and a week later got a tremendous fever, got very, very sick, now is autistic," The fat orange idiot said.

Shortly after the fat orange idiot's assertion, former presidential candidate and neurosurgeon Ben Carson corrected the real-estate mogul, pointing out that overwhelming medical evidence suggests that there's no link between autism and vaccines.

A 2013 study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found no connection between vaccines and an increased risk of autism.

Questions about whether Muslims in New Jersey were cheering after 9/11.
The fat orange idiot emphatically claimed he saw televised news reports of Muslims cheering in New Jersey after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

"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, "the fat orange idiot said during an ABC interview.

He added: "I know it might be not politically correct for you to talk about it, but there were people cheering as that building came down — as those buildings came down. And that tells you something. It was well-covered at the time."

However, there is no evidence to suggest there were any American celebrations aired on television following the attacks. Some media reports at the time cited rumors of celebrations in New Jersey. But reports were never substantiated, and there's no evidence these protests were broadcast on national television.

Questions about whether wives of 9/11 hijackers fled to Saudi Arabia before the attacks.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee repeatedly stated last year that the terrorists who carried out the September 11, 2001, attacks moved their families out of the US to Saudi Arabia several days before the hijacking.

"When you had the World Trade Center go, people were put into planes that were friends, family, girlfriends, and they were put into planes and they were sent back, for the most part, to Saudi Arabia, "the fat orange idiot said. "They knew what was going on. They went home and they wanted to watch their boyfriends on television."

The 9/11 commission report, the most extensive investigation into the events surrounding the attacks, determined that few of the hijackers kept in contact with their families, and none had family members living in the US.

PolitiFact also called the claim false.

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Part 2

Questions about the legitimacy of climate change.
Though many Republican leaders remain skeptical of climate change, the fat orange idiot has taken his skepticism a step further. In 2012 he suggested that climate change is a "total, and very expensive hoax" perpetuated by China's government.

"The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive, "the fat orange idiot tweeted in 2012.

The fat orange idiot backed off the tweet, telling Fox News that his comment was a "joke." Still, the real-estate mogul has repeatedly maintained that climate change was a hoax, and said climate-change studies are "done for the benefit of China."

According to NASA, 97% of publishing climate scientists believe that human activities such as burning of fossil fuels have caused climate change.

Questions about whether asbestos is a "great con."
In a 1992 interview with New York magazine, the fat orange idiot suggested the mob's "strong lobby" in New York may be responsible for asbestos.

"One of the great cons is asbestos, "the fat orange idiot said. "There's nothing wrong except the mob has a strong lobby in Albany because they have the dumps and control the truck."

The fat orange idiot has more recently embraced the reality.

Last year, the real-estate mogul cited how he increased the valuation of one of his properties by millions after embarking on a massive asbestos-removal operation.

Questions about Marco Rubio's presidential eligibility.
The fat orange idiot has a long history of speculating whether potential presidential rivals are constitutionally eligible to serve.

In February 2016, the former reality-TV star retweeted a supporter who claimed Rubio was ineligible to run because his parents were not natural-born US citizens, a claim that no major constitutional experts support.

When confronted on ABC's "This Week" about whether he believed Rubio was not constitutionally permitted to occupy the presidency, the fat orange idiot, whose mother was born in Scotland, refused to disavow the tweet.

"I've never looked at it, George, "the fat orange idiot said of the tweet. "I honestly have never looked at it. As somebody said, he's not. And I retweeted it. I have 14 million people between Twitter and Facebook and Instagram, and I retweet things and we start dialogue and it's very interesting."

He added: "I'm not sure. Let people make their own determination."

Questions about Fox News being owned by a Saudi billionaire.
The fat orange idiot's war with Fox News' Megyn Kelly recently reached a detente.

But during the peak of the fat orange idiot's rhetorical battle with Kelly, he perpetuated a prominent outlandish theory from one of his Twitter followers.

In January 2016, the real-estate mogul retweeted a photo purportedly showing Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal with Kelly. The photo claimed the prince was a partial Fox News owner, which multiple outlets found was untrue. Alwaleed's investment company owns a small share of 21st Century Fox.

Questions about the legitimacy of the "Access Hollywood" tape.
Toward the tail end of his presidential campaign, the 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape featuring the fat orange idiot apparently admitting that he likes to grab women "by the p----" received broad coverage, and the fat orange idiot apologized for his comments shortly afterward.

More recently though, after various allegations of sexual harassment in media and politics have begun to surface, the fat orange idiot has walked back these comments.

"We don't think that was my voice, "the fat orange idiot reportedly told a senator, according to The New York Tiimes.

The Times' sources did not elaborate on why the fat orange idiot has begun to doubt the authenticity of the tape's audio.

Claims that Joe Scarborough killed one of his interns.
In a tweet the fat orange idiot sent in November 2017, he made references to a conspiracy theory that claims MSNBC anchor Joe Scarborough of "Morning Joe" murdered one of his staffers in Florida in 2001.

"So now that Matt Lauer is gone when will the Fake News practitioners at NBC be terminating the contract of Phil Griffin?" the tweet read. "And will they terminate low ratings Joe Scarborough based on the 'unsolved mystery' that took place in Florida years ago? Investigate!"

While Scarborough was serving as a Republican congressman in Florida's 1st district, one of his interns, Lori Klausutis, was found dead in the office. A coroner found no evidence of foul play, and indicated that the death occurred because of a heart problem that caused the intern to fatally hit her head on her desk.

Claims that Obama had wiretappedthe fat orange idiot's phone.
In March 2017,the fat orange idiot sent a tweet accusing Obama of wiretapping his phones inthe fat orange idiot Tower.

"Terrible!" the fat orange idiot wrote, "Just found out that Obama had my 'wires tapped' in the fat orange idiot Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!"

PolitiFact and other outlets have debunked the claim. An Obama spokesman also issued a response to the allegation, saying: "Neither Barack Obama nor any White House official under Obama ever ordered surveillance of any U.S. citizen."

Claims that voter fraud in the 2016 election cost him the popular vote.
In a tweet sent shortly after the November 2016 election, the fat orange idiot wrote: "In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally."

This unsubstantiated claim was repeated by Kris Kobach, the chairman of the fat orange idiot's panel on voter fraud, in July. The fact-checking site Snopes has debunked the claim entirely, citing "zero evidence."

Retweeting anti-Muslim conspiracy videos.
In November 2017,the fat orange idiot caused diplomatic havoc by retweeting three videos posted by Jayda Fransen of the ultra-nationalist, anti-Muslim organization Britain First that purportedly showed Muslims in Europe committing crimes and destroying Christian icons.

Britain First has frequently targeted mosques and Muslims in the UK in order to brand all Muslims as violent extremists, and the fat orange idiot's retweet of the videos was widely seen as a tacit endorsement of the group's efforts.

Although the authenticity of the videos has been called into question, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has maintained this doesn't matter.

Claims 3,000 people didn't die in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and that Democrats inflated the death toll.

In a September 2018 tweet, the fat orange idiot claimed 3,000 people didn't die in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and accused Democrats of inflating the death toll to make him "look as bad as possible," rejecting the findings of a government-funded study in the process.

"3000 people did not die in the two hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico," he said. "When I left the Island, AFTER the storm had hit, they had anywhere from 6 to 18 deaths. As time went by it did not go up by much. Then, a long time later, they started to report really large numbers, like 3000…"

He then added: "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!"

A study commissioned by the Puerto Rico government that was released in August found that 2,975 people died in the wake of the storm.

The fat orange idiot has been widely criticized for his response to Hurricane Maria, particularly by San Juan Mayor Carmin Yulín Cruz.

In response to the fat orange idiot's claims on Thursday, Cruz tweeted, "This is what denial following neglect looks like: Mr Pres in the real world people died on your watch. YOUR LACK OF RESPECT IS APPALLING!"

Claims windmills cause cancer.
In April 2019 the fat orange idiot railed against wind power and claimed the noise fron windmills causes cancer.

If you have a windmill anywhere near your house, congratulations, your house just went down 75 percent in value," the fat orange idiot said at a Republican congressional fundraising dinner. "And they say the noise causes cancer."

Iowa's two Republican senators, Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, called his remarks "idiotic" and "ridiculous," respectively.

A 2014 report for the National Institutes of Health concluded while wind farms could cause disrupt a person's sleep or induce headaches, its negative impact health doesn't go beyond that.

"The weight of evidence suggests that when sited properly, wind turbines are not related to adverse health," the researchers wrote.

Claims the Clintons killed Jeffrey Epstein.
In August 2019, the fat orange idiot promoted a baseless conspiracy theory on his Twitter account connecting former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the death of financier and alleged sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The fat orange idiot retweeted a video from conservative comedian Terrence Williams, who claimed without any evidence the Clintons were responsible for killing Epstein. The multimillionaire reportedly killed himself in a Manhattan jail cell in early August.

Law enforcement officials are investigating Epstein's death, but none have suggested so far there was foul play, much less allege political figures were involved.

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Just like a lot of conspiracy claims of "big news, the truth will be coming out soon" nothing ever becomes of them, but this President just like other so called 'truthers' just keep on spouting off the same claims time and time again.
 

Toppet

Old-Salt
A new low today with Trump’s Kurds / Normandy comment.

Utterly nauseating.
Don't worry, Goldbricker / Chippymick will be along in a minute to explain how it was totally appropriate.
 
Don't worry, Goldbricker / Chippymick will be along in a minute to explain how it was totally appropriate.
FYI. My opinion on the fate of the Kurds is similar to that held by most of the world and all of the Middle East.

If you had of asked me about the fate of the Kurds 2 weeks ago, 2 months ago, 2 years ago or 2 decades ago I would have replied "couldn't give a rats arse, mate." Nothings changed.

I know this attitude is not going to sit well with ardent long term advocates of Kurdish Human Rights as you and Funbaby have been. Sorry. I mean your previously outspoken support for the Kurdish people on this forum has been really impressive...

Next.
 
FYI. My opinion on the fate of the Kurds is similar to that held by most of the world and all of the Middle East.

If you had of asked me about the fate of the Kurds 2 weeks ago, 2 months ago, 2 years ago or 2 decades ago I would have replied "couldn't give a rats arse, mate." Nothings changed.

I know this attitude is not going to sit well with ardent long term advocates of Kurdish Human Rights as you and Funbaby have been. Sorry. I mean your previously outspoken support for the Kurdish people on this forum has been really impressive...

Next.
You don’t get the bit about turning on your former allies then?
 
You don’t get the bit about turning on your former allies then?
Allies? Like in NATO? or dare I say the sort of Alliance that stormed the beaches of Normandy together? That sort of alliance?

Hard to know what you are getting at here.

Could you point me to the equivalent of the 'Treaty of Brussels' where this alliance was established? Was there some sort of meeting where this was established like the 'Teheran Conference'?

What is the UK doing about its own naughty ally Turkey? Anything? Stepped into the gap with an Armoured Division? Harsh telegram from the Foreign Office? What's going on?

Should the USA be the world's policeman? You apparently think so.

Once again thanks for your erudite and thoughtful contribution.
 
If you don't get that abandoning your allies for no reason is morally indefensible then there's no bloody hope for you.

As for the D-Day nonsense, where was Trump senior on D-Day? Oh yeah, war profiteering in New Jersey building overpriced substandard accomodation for the US military.
 
If you don't get that abandoning your allies for no reason is morally indefensible then there's no bloody hope for you.

As for the D-Day nonsense, where was Trump senior on D-Day? Oh yeah, war profiteering in New Jersey building overpriced substandard accomodation for the US military.
There's that word allies again.

Can I have 'Operation Shader' for 10 please?

"The UK has trained more than 89,000 Iraqi forces, including more than 13,000 Kurdish Peshmerga, in weapons maintenance, counter IED, medical and engineering skills.
Around 1,100 British personnel are involved in supporting counter-IS operations in the region, including 400 in Iraq supporting training.
Kurdish Peshmerga have been provided with 40 heavy machine guns, more than a million rounds of ammunition and £600,000 of equipment."


I demand that the UK send the QE2 to the Mediterranean immediately. The UK needs to be enforcing a no fly zone over the Turkish Syrian border by Tuesday.

If it's not done by Tuesday you've abandoned your allies for no reason. It's morally indefensible and there's no bloody hope for you.

Go read the parable of the mote and beam.

Next.
 
Part 2

Questions about the legitimacy of climate change.
Though many Republican leaders remain skeptical of climate change, the fat orange idiot has taken his skepticism a step further. In 2012 he suggested that climate change is a "total, and very expensive hoax" perpetuated by China's government.

"The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive, "the fat orange idiot tweeted in 2012.

The fat orange idiot backed off the tweet, telling Fox News that his comment was a "joke." Still, the real-estate mogul has repeatedly maintained that climate change was a hoax, and said climate-change studies are "done for the benefit of China."

According to NASA, 97% of publishing climate scientists believe that human activities such as burning of fossil fuels have caused climate change.
It's alright, we have the ARRSE scientists hard at work here.
 
There's that word allies again.

Can I have 'Operation Shader' for 10 please?

"The UK has trained more than 89,000 Iraqi forces, including more than 13,000 Kurdish Peshmerga, in weapons maintenance, counter IED, medical and engineering skills.
Around 1,100 British personnel are involved in supporting counter-IS operations in the region, including 400 in Iraq supporting training.
Kurdish Peshmerga have been provided with 40 heavy machine guns, more than a million rounds of ammunition and £600,000 of equipment."


I demand that the UK send the QE2 to the Mediterranean immediately. The UK needs to be enforcing a no fly zone over the Turkish Syrian border by Tuesday.

If it's not done by Tuesday you've abandoned your allies for no reason. It's morally indefensible and there's no bloody hope for you.

Go read the parable of the mote and beam.

Next.
Hmmmm, it seems that op shader is still ongoing so who has abandoned who?
Lest we (meaning YOU) forget the UK was asked by the UNITED STATES to join the war against terror it wasn't the other way round. So in other words Trump is saying he doesn't care about IS or the war on terror anymore and they have now becomes a European problem thus abandoning his allies and giving Putin another win.

Of course I won't mention that congress and the Pentagon are aghast at the idiots decision because YOU believe that Hair Furor knows more about war than anyone.

Btw: remind us again where President Bone Spurs was during Vietnam? Dont't bother, we all know he turned his back on the US and Australian troops out there doing the grunt work.
 
I wonder how many in the US military feel this way?


I would have thought that many of the US troops on the ground working with the Kurds feel that they've abandoned them.

@chippymick 's bolshy view on this I think it's short sighted. Potential future partners and allies will likely view the US warily and wonder whether they can be trusted not to get shafted.
 
I wonder how many in the US military feel this way?


I would have thought that many of the US troops on the ground working with the Kurds feel that they've abandoned them.

@chippymick 's bolshy view on this I think it's short sighted. Potential future partners and allies will likely view the US warily and wonder whether they can be trusted not to get shafted.
Quite correct on that thinking, there is a growing feeling around the world that Trump is not to be trusted and sadly trust in the USA overall has been eroding since he came into office. Truppits pass this off as OK because of their America 1st ideology, but the next request for a coalition may be a lot tougher to string together.
 
Potential future partners and allies will likely view the US warily and wonder whether they can be trusted not to get shafted.
I don't think it's rare behaviour for major powers - certainly not for the US as the Montagnards could testify - and these groups probably understand the marriage-of-convenience they're entering into. What would be more worrying for potential future partners is the prospect of being ditched before they've served their purpose.
 
Security for Republicans at Trump’s Minneapolis Rally Will Be Handled by "Brown Shirts". Nothing to see here - move back to the 1930's please.

Donald Chump has been stiffing cities all over the nation for unpaid security expenses, and now he’s threatening to sue the City of Minneapolis because they want him to pay upfront for his hate rally scheduled for tonight. So the Trump campaign is now hiring outside security for some of the Minneapolis work, which sounds like it might be an improvement, right?

Except the “security service” they’re hiring to escort Republicans into the Target Center is “one of the largest radical anti-government groups in the U.S. today,” according to the Southern Poverty Law Center — the heavily armed paramilitary Oath Keepers, a group that was formed in 2009 because America elected a black president and militia/survivalist crackpots across the country were panicking.

Minneapolis City Pages has the whole sordid story: Armed conspiracy group will defend Republicans at Minneapolis Trump rally.
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If true it seems a bit OTT but I'm not surprised by anything the Chump Campaign does these days.
 

LJONESY

On ROPS
On ROPs
Security for Republicans at Trump’s Minneapolis Rally Will Be Handled by "Brown Shirts". Nothing to see here - move back to the 1930's please.

Donald Chump has been stiffing cities all over the nation for unpaid security expenses, and now he’s threatening to sue the City of Minneapolis because they want him to pay upfront for his hate rally scheduled for tonight. So the Trump campaign is now hiring outside security for some of the Minneapolis work, which sounds like it might be an improvement, right?

Except the “security service” they’re hiring to escort Republicans into the Target Center is “one of the largest radical anti-government groups in the U.S. today,” according to the Southern Poverty Law Center — the heavily armed paramilitary Oath Keepers, a group that was formed in 2009 because America elected a black president and militia/survivalist crackpots across the country were panicking.

Minneapolis City Pages has the whole sordid story: Armed conspiracy group will defend Republicans at Minneapolis Trump rally.
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If true it seems a bit OTT but I'm not surprised by anything the Chump Campaign does these days.
I wouldn't call the Oath Keepers brown shirts by any means. Just not a fan of big government.

But I will agree you about Northern Syria, Trump screwed that up badly and I do mean badly. But it also gives more reason to give the Turks the boot.
 
Security for Republicans at Trump’s Minneapolis Rally Will Be Handled by "Brown Shirts". Nothing to see here - move back to the 1930's please.

Donald Chump has been stiffing cities all over the nation for unpaid security expenses, and now he’s threatening to sue the City of Minneapolis because they want him to pay upfront for his hate rally scheduled for tonight. So the Trump campaign is now hiring outside security for some of the Minneapolis work, which sounds like it might be an improvement, right?

Except the “security service” they’re hiring to escort Republicans into the Target Center is “one of the largest radical anti-government groups in the U.S. today,” according to the Southern Poverty Law Center — the heavily armed paramilitary Oath Keepers, a group that was formed in 2009 because America elected a black president and militia/survivalist crackpots across the country were panicking.

Minneapolis City Pages has the whole sordid story: Armed conspiracy group will defend Republicans at Minneapolis Trump rally.
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If true it seems a bit OTT but I'm not surprised by anything the Chump Campaign does these days.
Might as well hire the KKK for all the optics it will represent. You can say "oh it's nothing to do with the white outfits. we just don't like big gov't."
 
The President has a Degree..... I did not know Sesame Street did Degrees.
 

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