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Trump Reccomends Sex Tape on Twitter @ 4:30 AM

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posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:26 PM
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originally posted by: gunshooter

originally posted by: Indigo5
Seriously folks...

This is the man carrying on the tradition of Ronald Reagan?

Can you imagine this man as our President?

He is sitting in front his computer at 4AM continuing to attack x-Miss Universe and tweeting crap.

This is the man running for President.



And...just cuz y'all are wondering...

She was on a Mexican reality show a few years back...like Paradise Island or something and the camera's caught her hooking up with some guy..it's all under the blankets.

What really get's me is the idea that Trump is still obsessing about this...and tweeting attacks trying to "slut shame" her.

And this idiot thinks he has the temperament to be President???


Well, in all fairness, she actually slut shamed herself, srewing someone on national television, and knowing it would eventually be spread around the world. You don't go on a show like that and do something like that without knowing exactly what you are doing. This is a real weak thread, and an even weaker attempt at attacking Trump. And FYI OP, making a statement about something is not obsessing over it, get your facts straight, or at least look up the word obsessing so you know how to use it in a sentence correctly next time........


You'd have to be an idiot to believe talking about a woman's sex tape isn't offensive. On a public #ing format? Are you #ing serious? Hollywood now runs Washington because your knee-jerk reactions and bull# Hollywood scandals crap troop. If Trump supporters were MATURE this would have never happened, but now he's pandering to the lowest common denominator, as always.




posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:33 PM
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originally posted by: gunshooter

originally posted by: Indigo5
Seriously folks...

This is the man carrying on the tradition of Ronald Reagan?

Can you imagine this man as our President?

He is sitting in front his computer at 4AM continuing to attack x-Miss Universe and tweeting crap.

This is the man running for President.



And...just cuz y'all are wondering...

She was on a Mexican reality show a few years back...like Paradise Island or something and the camera's caught her hooking up with some guy..it's all under the blankets.

What really get's me is the idea that Trump is still obsessing about this...and tweeting attacks trying to "slut shame" her.

And this idiot thinks he has the temperament to be President???


And FYI OP, making a statement about something is not obsessing over it, get your facts straight, or at least look up the word obsessing so you know how to use it in a sentence correctly next time........


He spent the entire week post-debate attacking the former miss Universe..

Yes...Obssessing..


Trump told Fox News the next morning that the moment "rattled" him, and he's attacked Machado's character in a series of television interviews in the days since. Machado has defended herself in a series of interviews as well, saying Trump's criticism of her body contributed to her eating disorder.

His push back against Machado and Clinton is reminiscent of Trump's criticism of the Muslim parents of a U.S. soldier who died in Iraq following their emotional appearance at the Democratic National Convention.

In a series of early morning tweets Friday, Trump alluded to a 1998 accusation against Machado of being an accomplice to an attempted murder (the charges were dropped) and speculated about how Machado became a U.S. citizen.


www.latimes.com...

www.latimes.com...

Literally everyday of the week he gave an interview attacking her...starting the morning after the debates and capped off with the multiple tweets last night.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:42 PM
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Lets forget about the various accusations flying around. I've felt this about Trump for a long time... does anyone besides me have a problem with a wealthy and powerful person, seeking to become the president having a pattern of systematically singling out American citizens he doesn't like, and trying to destroy them? Rosie Odonnel, Megyn Kelly, Machado, and more... I'm sure there's some guys in there he's done it to too.

Someone seeking to be the leader of the country shouldn't be lowering himself to the standards of attacking individual citizens. Remember when Obama attacked Zimmerman? That's what Trump does, except it seems like every couple months he finds a new victim. I don't want a President that does that to people.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:44 PM
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a reply to: Indigo5



Oh...I get it...Semantics derail is what you chose for my thread.

Technically he "Recommended" that people "Check Out Sex Tape"...

But correct Les...he didn't "Recommend it" in the sense of Two Thumbs up!

Nothing personal...please take this as a compliment...you make stupid questions sound interesting.



If that is the case, my mistake, and sorry for derailing your thread.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:51 PM
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a reply to: Aazadan



Lets forget about the various accusations flying around. I've felt this about Trump for a long time... does anyone besides me have a problem with a wealthy and powerful person, seeking to become the president having a pattern of systematically singling out American citizens he doesn't like, and trying to destroy them? Rosie Odonnel, Megyn Kelly, Machado, and more... I'm sure there's some guys in there he's done it to too.

Someone seeking to be the leader of the country shouldn't be lowering himself to the standards of attacking individual citizens. Remember when Obama attacked Zimmerman? That's what Trump does, except it seems like every couple months he finds a new victim. I don't want a President that does that to people.


I think it's the opposite. All those people attempted to defame, or at the very least, deride Trump, and he hits back. Responding to derision in kind is not "attacking", "destroying them", and they are not "victims". Defending one's name and reputation is nothing outside the boundaries of normal human interaction.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:57 PM
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originally posted by: Aazadan
Lets forget about the various accusations flying around. I've felt this about Trump for a long time... does anyone besides me have a problem with a wealthy and powerful person, seeking to become the president having a pattern of systematically singling out American citizens he doesn't like, and trying to destroy them? Rosie Odonnel, Megyn Kelly, Machado, and more... I'm sure there's some guys in there he's done it to too.

Someone seeking to be the leader of the country shouldn't be lowering himself to the standards of attacking individual citizens. Remember when Obama attacked Zimmerman? That's what Trump does, except it seems like every couple months he finds a new victim. I don't want a President that does that to people.


I thought you were talking about Hilary until I saw Rosie to be honest. Rosie started it by the way on the View, making claims about his business that were not true and confirmed by his siblings. Hillary also pays no taxes with her foundation and also gives little of it to charity. Much less than other charities. Not much different in that regard. It's really Hillary lowering herself. Instead of talking about real issues she brings up petty issues. Syria is destroyed. Not coming back for a long long time. Happened on her watch. Any if nobody did anything wrong then why all the immunity deals and pleading the 5th. Yeah, people did bad things that's why. Even admitted classified info was found on Mills computer and there in no email traffic for Pagliano even though he worked for the Federal Government.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:57 PM
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a reply to: LesMisanthrope

And extend that to the President. It's wrong for a President to attempt to destroy those who criticize them because that inevitably involves bringing the weight of the government, or atleast the office down against the individual.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 04:58 PM
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a reply to: Indigo5

his slut shaming sad but maybe has a bit to do with his own marraige being sorta kaput...
he should send his wife some presents and say he misses her instead of talking down about some fancy ms. U lady...
thats my take on his insult to ms. U
he is human and makes human errors... so i still love him and support him still even if his steam is running out and he should check in with his family and health practitioners...
i am not even voting cuz my PO box is invalid...



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:00 PM
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a reply to: Aazadan




And extend that to the President. It's wrong for a President to attempt to destroy those who criticize them because that inevitably involves bringing the weight of the government, or atleast the office down against the individual.


We can worry about that if and when he becomes President.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:02 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
We can worry about that if and when he becomes President.


I would rather worry about it now. If that's how he acts as a candidate, I have no reason to believe that's anything different from how he'll act in office.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:06 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: Aazadan




And extend that to the President. It's wrong for a President to attempt to destroy those who criticize them because that inevitably involves bringing the weight of the government, or atleast the office down against the individual.


We can worry about that if and when he becomes President.


Worrying about a candidates childish and compulsive vindictiveness would seem to be something we should do BEFORE they become president.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:07 PM
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originally posted by: Krazysh0t

originally posted by: StallionDuck

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: thinline

Maybe because calling someone a slut is stupid. There is nothing wrong or disrespectful about sex, having sex, having sex in public, having sex in front of a crowd, having sex a lot, etc. Sex is a natural action that humans do to procreate and as a form of recreation. Calling someone a slut is just a way to be jealous of someone else getting laid.


Hey man... Where I come from, a spade is a spade.

Why do something you KNOW is going to be out in the public if you have a problem with people calling you out on it?

That doesn't excuse the person leveling the claim of "slut" against someone. It's still disrespectful and uncalled for. Especially in the instance of the Miss Universe lady.


Why especially? She's just any other human being, right? Or do you mean that because she's got a crown that it should hold her up to higher standards that we might bow? Well... See what I did there? Higher standards... Sorry, she's just another fleshy, no better, not one ounce better than you or I. So, there is NO "especially".

How many times in your life have you labeled someone else based on their actions? Don't say you haven't. I wouldn't believe you. If you're going to be a role model, and yes this goes for Trump too, then you should accept the lashes when you do stupid stuff, "especially" in the public eye. Trump is. I mean, look at the forums. Look at your own posts. Why is it ok for him but not for her?

double standards man



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:10 PM
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originally posted by: LifeMode
Hillary also pays no taxes with her foundation and also gives little of it to charity. Much less than other charities.


89 percent of the Clinton Foundation funding goes to charities.

Source.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:12 PM
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I would rather worry about it now. If that's how he acts as a candidate, I have no reason to believe that's anything different from how he'll act in office.


His only act is that he talked back.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:15 PM
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a reply to: Indigo5




Worrying about a candidates childish and compulsive vindictiveness would seem to be something we should do BEFORE they become president.


You're worrying about his tweeting. Let's not pretend it's anything more than that. His nearly half-century of leadership experience far outweighs any half-assed analysis of his twitter timeline.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:16 PM
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Not sure what it is exactly... something about a childish, authoritarian, sh#t talking, narcissistic bully... just doesn't pull in my vote.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:23 PM
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Give the guy a break, he is 70. I have no doubt Hillary and Billary are giting on his last nerve. When Bill was president he was rarely charged or even less convicted of his crimes. Bill was referred to as the Teflon Don because he was untouchable. Even poor Monica would have been forgotten and marginalized if she hadn't kept the blue dress with the Presidental juice on it.
The Clintons are is bizarre you can't make that sh!t up. It got to keep Donald up at night wondering when they will strike next.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 05:47 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
You're worrying about his tweeting. Let's not pretend it's anything more than that. His nearly half-century of leadership experience far outweighs any half-assed analysis of his twitter timeline.


No. He has displayed the same personality traits outside of Twitter, and well before Twitter ever existed.



posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 06:01 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope



I would rather worry about it now. If that's how he acts as a candidate, I have no reason to believe that's anything different from how he'll act in office.


His only act is that he talked back.



Yep, he should have just blew it off and lied about it like hillary would.

That would decrease his "unfitness"








posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 06:20 PM
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originally posted by: Aazadan

originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
We can worry about that if and when he becomes President.


I would rather worry about it now. If that's how he acts as a candidate, I have no reason to believe that's anything different from how he'll act in office.


Donald Trump isn't your regular every day Presidential Candidate. So if he wins, his time in office will be everything but your regular every day term. Some people like a man that hits back and hits back hard. This is one of those things that attracts a lot of his supporters. Trump takes zero crap....from anyone.




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