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Sudan no1 - 2016-06-21


Interview with CNN

Too boring for it's own submission, Corey isn't ready to spill his spaghetti quite yet.

cognitivedissonance - 2016-06-21

Reportedly, the Trump sons want to take over the campaign, which is so great.

Nominal - 2016-06-21

You could say they...Trumped him

( •_•)>⌐■-■

TeenerTot - 2016-06-21


15th - 2016-06-21


Gmork - 2016-06-21


15th - 2016-06-21

Fix your joke decter

misterbuns - 2016-06-21

,000 the teeny weeny 1.4 million dollars raised by Trump was spent on an ad agency called "Draper Sterling" that doesn't exist.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2016-06-22

Please tell me you are serious.

jangbones - 2016-06-21

this actually will help Trump in the long term

the RNC is running more and more of his campaign

expect his gaffes to lessen and his message to dovetail with the party line a lot more

cognitivedissonance - 2016-06-21

I don't know about that. He's shown no desire to engage with the party and he only attends fundraisers where he can have a rally immediately afterwards, because he prefers the adulation of the crowd to having to condescend to asking for money with his social superiors. He's averse to even TALKING to other wealthy people. He reportedly was given a list of ten potential donors to call and he only called one, and lied about how much they were going to give him.

I really, really am now 100% certain that he's a saboteur. Nobody could conceivably be running a campaign this poorly unless it's deliberate. Every gaffe, every pause in procedure, every failure to rectify easily made errors, seems to be deliberate. There are even rumors afloat that he's willing to take a buy out amount from the party to just leave the race entirely. Even the fact that he fired his campaign manager hit on a Monday, instead of a Friday, is so cartoonishly inept that it can't be honest ineptitude. He's either trying to hold the party hostage for an out or he's working for Clinton.

Gmork - 2016-06-21

This really is a no-win situation.

Oscar Wildcat - 2016-06-21

@Cog: Trump has always been an outsider to the old money crowd. That he is chaffing at the bit is to be expected. It's also the case that he can fund his own campaign pretty well, if need be, and the RNC needs him more than he needs the RNC. If throwing money at people wins races we'd have president Romney in perpetuity. But we don't, so there is room for some contrarian action, no? Besides, his whole brand is to be against the party establishment, so he's sort of stuck in that mode now.

The Clintons should make Donald an offer to by him out and thereby achieve the presidency by hostile takeover.

misterbuns - 2016-06-21

Trump is an amazing development for the democrats.

You couldn't really ask for more following the Obama presidency.

Typically following a divisive president like Obama ( even though he is politically centrist he still brown yo ) you'd see a swing in the other direction.

Trump is assuring that won't happen. If Trump had not have run a character like Paul Ryan could have won and kept the Bush / Palin / Ailes rhetoric in motion to mobilize all the old racist white people.

Now that rhetoric is losing its political value.

I could totally see Bill Clinton planting this idea into Trump's head as they are banging a call girl St. Barthes circa 2013 as a half joke.

memedumpster - 2016-06-21

Once upon a time some scientists sat down and said "you know, we have the math to easily determine how big of a rocket it would take to send people to the moon!" Then, they did the math and said "holy shit, that's an unexpectedly huge damned rocket, can such a thing even exist!?"

Once upon a time, some political scientists sat down and said "you know, we have the math to determine what kind of animal the GOP would have to run before Democrats would elect Hillary Clinton!" Then, they did the math and said "holy shit, that's an unexpectedly cartoonish damned Republican, can such a thing even exist!?"

We do these things not because they are easy, but because they are hard.

Xenocide - 2016-06-21

And that rocket made it all the way to stars, and it gathered five of them just to reward you for that comment.

15th - 2016-06-21

For memmer

Sexy Duck Cop - 2016-06-22

Hahaha people have been desperately trying to get Trump to tow the line for a year now, and every time, they say a "pivot" that never comes is just around the corner. Someone says "NOW he'll start acting Presidential/run something vaguely reaembling a campaign", and then the next day he's yelling about how ephebophilia isn't as bad as pedophilia.

Donald Trump is pathologically narcissistic. He's incapable of admitting anything he does is not tremendous or beautiful. The RNC is frantically trying to reign him in to no avail because Trump only knows Trump, and all Trump knows is that Trump is a winner with baseball mitt-sized hands.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2016-06-22

Meme: I'd been ringing this bell since 2008, but never, ever, on my wildest fantasies did I see it happening this fast. I was expecting a slow decline over 5 or 6 cycles. Instead, the progression has literally been Bush--->Obama--->Trump. We had eight years of a calm, rational centrist who behaved like the adult in the room elwhen the house was on fire and people from both sides called him the Antichrist, and yet even under those ideal circumstances, we got this ...thing.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2016-06-21

He's also been funneling his campaign contributions into his own personal business ventures rather than on his presidential campaign.

And I guarantee you none of his Wall Street loathing, big business hating, "HILARY IS A FRAUD" screaming supporters care.

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