“While Fred Trump helped finance the accouterments of wealth, Donald Trump, master self-promoter, spun them into a seductive narrative,” reads the Times story. “Fred Trump’s money, for example, helped build Trump Tower, the talisman of privilege that established his son as a major player in New York. But Donald Trump recognized and exploited the iconic […]
Now, the assumption here is that disproportional responses are acceptable. “Oh, if you attack me by pointing out my hair is a little funny I’m going to go after you a hammer and tong. I’m going to criticize everything about you,” and the fact is that Donald doesn’t wait to be attacked before he does. […]
“Again, I say it for everybody, especially for the media, we don’t condone violence,” Trump said. “Why didn’t they show that? So in the morning you saw the Klan, you saw it….All it showed was this wonderful, because I hear he’s a very fine guy, this wonderful African American man, swinging, swinging, swinging, and nobody […]
“That moment of history when I firmly held Your Excellency’s hand at the beautiful and sacred location as the whole world watched with great interest and hope to relive the honor of that day,” the dictator said.
“These are not people you want to pick a fight with,” Trump said, pointing them out during the rally. “Because under those beautiful suits are a lot of muscle, a lot of power, a lot of genius for fighting, and other things.”
Since he floated down that golden escalator in June 2015, Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTed Cruz, longtime fan of ‘The Princess Bride,’ swipes at cast members’ plans to reunite to raise money for Democrats Trump casts wide net in Labor Day press conference Biden vows to be ‘strongest labor president you’ve ever had’ MORE has said […]
Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen claims the businessman-turned-politician made a disparaging remark about evangelical Christians after a meeting with religious leaders. Cohen, who worked for Trump from 2006 to 2018, recently penned a tell-all memoir about the 45th president, excerpts from which were published by The Washington Post.
Cohen, who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations and other crimes, including lying to Congress, calls himself the ‘star witness’ of a hush-money conspiracy that still could culminate in charges for Trump after he leaves office. He described his new book as a ‘fundamental piece of evidence’ of the president’s guilt
“I’m very conscious of not putting too much in email, as you’re a lawyer, as you understand,” Zucker told Cohen. “And, you know, as fond as I am of the boss, he also has a tendency, like, you know, if I call him or I email him, he then is capable of going out at […]
“It is also heartening to see so many Midwesterners and state court judges on the list — they would bring a valuable perspective to the bench, particularly since they have already served on a court of last resort in their own states,” Severino continued, congratulating Trump for his choices.