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108197 No. 108197 ID: 192d20
Reality TV clown is president, post your feels
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>> No. 109343 ID: e188a9
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>"is this vest thing going to mess up my suit? because it's a expensive suit."
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>> No. 109346 ID: f9b63c
the guy who put the vest on him likely giggled about the velcro placement.
>> No. 109353 ID: ba3dd1
  Exclusive footage of Trump security council before attack on Syria
>> No. 109359 ID: ba3dd1

opps messed up embed
>> No. 109442 ID: 649f2c
followed by some story about the government doing the same old shit.

the only thing thats actually changed since trump took over is the way the media covers government. its like obama is still president.
>deep state
>hahaha thats just a crazy conspiracy theory
>t. msm
>p.s. a conspiracy theory stops being crazy once we give it air time, like the russian stuff now or the stories connecting saddam hussein to the 2001 anthrax attacks and thank you for understanding that this isn't doubletalk.
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>obama drops 50,000 bombs in syria and the rest of the middle east
>aaah its ok
>trump bombs an empty airfield
Yea ok shareblue, strange I don't remember you here before november trashing Obama nearly as hard for what you claim to consider are 1000x worse acts.

Meanwhile Trump delivers on defunding planned genocid- uh i mean parenthood.

>as they have for 100 years
>ever since we were convened to exterminate the black race and limit the goys to a controllable number
>> No. 109446 ID: dbad4f
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>Trump isn't ZOG, hes exactly like Obama!

>> No. 109498 ID: 011816
"The Donald stepped out of the doorway of his golden elevator into the corridor that lead to his palatial penthouse apartment. At the door were four of his man-servants, Lucky he called them, they were called lucky he explained because they were “lucky to work for the most successful man in America”. Which was a great honour for the Luckys but was also highly confusing, given that the Donald called all 53 of his staff Lucky and never bothered to differentiate between them partly because he didn’t have time and partly because they were all hispanic and he genuinely struggled to differentiate between them. "The Donald walked past a large gold statute of himself in a buddha pose into the main lobby of Trump-Saille, as he called his apartment. named after the French palace Versaille, though “Way less gay” as he would tell guests. Several more Luckys approached offering The Donald various beverages, but he ignored them, or in the case of one unfortunate Lucky who happened to present a goblet of pomegranate juice, the glass and the tray was slapped to the ground. “You idiot” Trump yelled, look what you did. And kicked the Lucky as he bent down to retrieve the goblet. “Where the fuck do I have to go to get some decent help? China? Do I have to go to China?” "Stalking through to his bedroom the Donald walked into his bedroom. There was a large portrait of Donald on each wall, above the bed Donald as Alexander the Great, on the Western Wall above a 10 meter by 10 meter television, was a portrait of Donald as all four of the heads Mount Rushmore. Trump briefly glanced around, ensuring none of the Luckys was cleaning his bedroom and approached a bust of himself as Roman emperor Nero. Trump had chosen emperor Nero because “He got things done” and “he liked classical music too”. But now was no time for history lessons, he was about to leave for the Republican debate and he needed some relief. There was now talk that the debate could dislodge as the Republic front runner but the Donald knew deep in his heart that no one could replace him. He was unique. Original. The one and the only Trump. "Donald reached behind the bust and pushed a small button, immediately a panel behind the bust opened and Donald stepped through. He walked through a narrow corridor into his “Trump relaxation room”. The room was large as most New York apartments, the room had padding on the ground, and benches on the side. And there it was, standing in the center. The Donald stood still for a moment admiring it. Ivana had hated it and in revenge for him having it created it she had pressured him to have what one newspaper headline had described as “very painful and ultimately unsuccessful scalp surgery” when he began losing his hair. That’s totally true. But Donald didn’t regret a thing. Some men have blow up dolls but such a tacky, common thing was never going to be enough for a man like the Donald. "Before him stood a custom made pleasure robot that he’d secretly constructed in Germany. And Donald Trump's robot was a perfect replica of Donald Trump. “You handsome bastard” said Trump as he approached the pleasure bot and kissed it roughly on the lips and the Trumpinator as he called it, kissed him just a roughly back. “Yeah, you like it rough don’t you” both Trump and the Trumpinator said in perfect sync with one another. Their tongues locked and engaged in a titantic battle over the fallow ground of the two Trumps lips. The Trumpinator’s lips were primarily silicon, and after years of plastic surgery the Donald’s weren’t that different. Pulling away the Donald said to the Trumpinator “Initiate process four”. The supercomputer inside the Trumpinator whirred into action, while the Donald’s personality had been imprinted onto the super computer that had been developed in Silicon Valley. When blended with the cyborg components of the pleasure robot it was surprisingly adaptable and had a number of unique features. It could of course, give blow jobs, and given it was modelled on Donald Trump, it could blow hard, harder than virtually anyone else. It also had a variety of other useful functions, such as hair dryer, radio, bar fridge, and drink holder. It did not do anal, of course, the Donald would never inflict something that demeaning on the Trumpinator. But process four was something special. It had taken the Germans months to program and build the feature in, but the Donald had been insistent. "The Trumpinator bent it’s knees and bowed before the Donald, and the Donald began undoing his fly. As his pants fell around his knees the full glory of process four began. The beautifully, full, hair, on top of the Trumpinator began moving and shifting, rotating, like the blade of a softened electronic razor. The Donald began thrusting hard into the mass of chemically softened folicles, they had been carefully designed based on Donald bouffant has it had been in the 1970s, the hair wrapped itself around his hardened phallus, it was like an octopus consuming a shrimp. Donald came extremely quickly as he almost always did. Ivana had once likened Donald’s love making to a wall street transaction, virtually instantaneuous. The Donald said, “Initiate cleaning and donation” and a small plastic jar emerged from the side the Trumpinator’s head and the hair was drained directly into the jar. The sample would be sent directly to a sperm bank in India, as a form of charitable donation. The Donald knew it was generous, but his accountant assured him that it was a great deductible. Trump zipped up his fly, “See you later, beautiful, I gotta run”. “Wait one moment”. The Donald looked at the Trumpinator strangely, it was the first time the pleasure bot had responded without being prompted. “Stop being weird, or I’ll have you sent back to the lab, and you know what those Germans are like!” the Donald yelled. "The Trumpinator stepped forward, opened it’s eyes wide and said “I love you” the Donald’s face softened, “Get in line!” and he laughed loudly. The Trumpinator stepped forward and punched the Donald hard in the face. The Donald flew back into one of the back walls of the pleasure room and crumpled into a heap on the ground. Walking over to the prone Donald, the pleasure bot leaned down and said “You’re fired”... As it walked from the room the Trumpinator checked his hair in the mirror, sure someone had just ejaculated into it, but strangely it looked a little better than usual. As the Trumpinator sat in the helicopter on the way to the Republican debate, it looked over New York and muttered to itself… “Soon, you will all be fired.”..."

>> No. 109510 ID: 49cdb0
>Military analysts said a sudden show of force by the erratic leader of North America was intended to demonstrate independence from his predecessors and distract from a growing corruption scandal at home.

>After several days of heightened aggression, US president Donald John Trump was said to be spending the weekend at his coastal hideaway in the resort town of West Palm Beach, where he has spent more than a quarter of his presidency. His activities were closed off to most Western journalists. On Sunday, while much of the country marked a solemn religious holiday, state media broadcasted a brief message from the leader that suggested his warmongering was only just beginning.

>“Our military is building and is rapidly becoming stronger than ever before,” Trump said. “Frankly, we have no choice!”

>The military buildup comes as Trump is facing fierce opposition to his domestic agenda and increased scrutiny of his finances. Protests in several port cities on Saturday drew attention to Trump’s murky financial interests. Trump claimed the protestors were paid agitators. Several heads of state, from Iceland to Argentina to South Korea, have recently been forced from office due to their personal finances.

>Trump’s shift in focus from domestic to international affairs is an attempt to reclaim support from a country that has long viewed its military as a source of national pride, analysts said.

>On Friday, one of Trump’s generals made a show of parading 20 fighter jets—analysts examining the footage said they appeared to be F-15s—down an island runway in the disputed waters of the East China Sea. “Fight’s on!” said the general, David Lee Goldfein.

>American generals appeared emboldened by their commander’s statement earlier in the week about military autonomy. “We have given them total authorization,” Trump said from his capital city.

>Gen. Goldfein’s airpower display occurred just 1,400 kilometers from Pyongyang, North Korea, where a similar military parade on Saturday highlighted that nation’s increasingly advanced weaponry on the world stage. The competing showcases were seen as a precursor to further aggression between North America and North Korea.

>North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has surrounded himself with close family members in many key political and foreign-policy roles, though his shifting allegiances have confused advisers. Analysts said they were struck by how Trump’s young administration seemed to emulate the North Korean regime in that regard. Both leaders are also seen as volatile and mercurial, apt to change positions and keep their domestic and foreign adversaries guessing.

>Since assuming power less than three months ago, Trump has launched new offensives in Yemen, Syria, and Afghanistan. He has shown a flair for the dramatic, such as when Trump invited Chinese president Xi Jinping to his resort for dinner, then informed Xi over dessert that the US had just attacked one of China’s allies, Syria.

>China is also allied with North Korea. “If China decides to help, that would be great,” Trump said on state media earlier this week. “If not, we will solve the problem without them!”

>He concluded the brief statement with a nod to national pride: “U.S.A.”

>> No. 109589 ID: f58c44
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gay bears
>> No. 109598 ID: 0725bb
If bears are gay, then how did they become our ForeBears?
>> No. 109623 ID: 9b1eb4
Mark Zuckerberg menacingly orders Facebook to prepare list of democrats who voted for Trump, ordered by proximity to nearest FEMA execution facility.


>An Ohio family says they learned just 20 minutes before dinner this week that a planned mystery guest would be Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg.

>The Vindicator of Youngstown reports Zuckerberg dined Friday evening with the Moore family in Newton Falls, about 55 miles (89 kilometers) southeast of Cleveland. The newspaper reports Zuckerberg had asked his staff to find Democrats who voted for President Donald Trump in November.
>> No. 109642 ID: e266a3
  Still so good
>> No. 109660 ID: d4c8ee
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>> No. 109662 ID: d1b4f4
WebEx strikes again.

>As Mulvaney attempted to answer questions, open phone lines featuring a crying baby, an intermittent hacking cough, and patriotic hold-music quickly drowned him out. Some reporters eventually unmuted their phones, revolting with laughter and exclamations of disbelief over the line.

>"There has to be a better system, "a reporter on the call complained over the tune of Yankee Doodle Dandy.

>Mulvaney himself predicted the fate of the hastily-arranged briefing moments earlier.

>"This is going to be a disaster," the director stated flatly as he opened the floor for questions to over sixty reporters who had dialed into the conference call.
>> No. 109766 ID: a8ace8
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>"im not a crook! im not a crook!!", i continue to insist as i slowly shrink and transform into watergate
>> No. 109768 ID: b452f9

Trump + Nixon = Jeremy Clarkson?
>> No. 109771 ID: 6e292d
I honestly think that no one will ever find any proof of impropriety on Trump's part. People have been out for blood for the better part of 20 months and they haven't found anything criminal, I don't think they will.
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They probably won't, yes. Despite people calling Trump an idiot the man is anything but. A bully, a closet liberal, a incompetent jackass, a man that wants to not so secretly bone Rosie O'Donnel and possibly his daughter (can't blame him too much on that), and besties with Hitlery are all things you can accuse Trump of being but an idiot is not one of them.

Trump is wily enough to cover up his dirt like a kitty in a litter box, slimy enough for any dirt they do dig up to wash off him easily, and smart enough to not have any major shit to dig up.

That said, I'd love to be proven wrong, I'd love for some major dirt to be dug up and Trump to be hit with some sticking criminal charges, maybe see the inside of a jail. Of course I'd also love for Hillary to share that cell but while I'm on impossible dreams I also love to have two dicks so I can fuck both Trump daughters at the same time while Hillary tosses my salad after me eating some Taco Bell and for the new Star Wars movies to not be the shitty fan fiction that they are.
>> No. 109773 ID: 13f512

You're right, as evidenced by this shit being iteration 25 or 30 of "THIS IS THE SCANDAL THAT WILL BRING HIM DOWN!"

Guess what, it's not. They are going to run all these "tapes" or whatever and he will say some dumb shit but nothing worse than what he posts on twitter or says in interviews, and the witch hunt will have to move on to the next straw to grasp.
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In some ways I think you can compare the tactics employed by anti-Trumpers to the WWII Japanese "Kantai Kessen" tactics, the decisive battle doctrine.

People against Trump keep hunting for that one victory that will blow him out of the water, one thing that in a single stroke will destroy Trump. They did that before the election, looking for something that would sink him as a candidate and continue now.

But like the Americans with their big penises, big aircraft carriers that didn't stay sunk and insane resources that you'd swear they were using a unlimited resources cheat code, Trump is too powerful to be sunk by one big thing. And the hunt for that decisive victory over Trump hurts his opponents, they throw all their resources at that while not playing defensive enough or going after Trump in a smart way.

I've long said one of the main things helping Trump is not his intelligence or money but just how dumb his opponents are or atleast act.
>> No. 109775 ID: e821a7
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>the main thing helping Trump is not his intelligence or money but

His outside consultants & the playbook they've refined in Turkey.
So many foreigners in the administration. Hooray for diversity and immigration! I bet this is the most foreign administration since George Washington started up the government with a bunch former English colonists. Some of those thick-accent-Americans who volunteered in paramilitary forces in Eastern Ukraine are coming home to join our own forces too, they should fare quite well. According to the playbook they should be replacing the management of the security services and intelligence with their own tools soon.
In Russia they joke that the Ukrainians speak Russian and in the Ukraine the Ukrainians' joke is that the Ukrainians speak Russian and the Russian stay silent in Russian. I don't speak anything but English myself, but I'm doing it via proxy chain from now on.
>> No. 109776 ID: b70387
The man didn't think firing Comey would blow up in his face. It was a ham-fisted move made because he was frustrated that the Russia allegations were getting in the way of the message he wanted to present, and he just added fuel to that fire. He may not be charged with a crime, but whoop de fucking doo. He's constantly creating these pointless distractions and not accomplishing much of anything. We've got a new Supreme Court Justice and like nothing else.

If the man is smart, it doesn't show where it counts.
>> No. 109777 ID: d4c8ee
Not to mention that he's demonstrated a lack of basic fundamental understanding of general topics. "Nobody knew health care could be so complicated!" and most recently he said that the Ford class carriers have "digital" catapults. ("Digital. They have digital. What is digital? And it's very complicated, you have to be Albert Einstein to figure it out.")
>> No. 109778 ID: 3e843b
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Comey being fired, so far, hasn't really blown up in his face. The usual loudmouths are bad mouthing, Sean Spicer is acting like......well Sean Spicer, and rump is going to be able to handpick someone to run the FBI who will do his bidding. There are indeed pointless distractions but possibly pointless distractions are part of his game plan, assuming this chess master portrayal of Trump is anything but hot bologna? They are distractions for his opponents mainly, more inane garbage for them to wail about while Trump DOES get shit done even if most of its terrible.

Plus it makes his opponents look bad by showing them as hypocritical when they whine about Comey getting shitcanned when only a short time ago tehy were climbing up the walls whining that Comey should be shitcanned.

Maybe its got something to do with the Russia probe, maybe not, maybe its taking heat off something else like his Obomneycare replacement.

If there is even a plan. The OP picture of the Joker Trump might be apt if you believe he is an idiot with no plan because if he has not plan that means somehow everything seems to fall his way through chance or chaos or something.

But I don't think that way, I think unlike the Cylons in Neo-BSG Trumpolini has a plan.

A fundamental understanding of basic concepts that even a complete retard should know. The question is it because he is a complete retard or because he's trying to appeal to the anti-intellectual crowd that thinks not knowing shit and appearing foolish makes someone more relatable?

We had an entire 8 years of a President doing that shtick successfully despite having a several degrees and considered pretty damn intelligent by those who know him. Trump is enough of a business man to know to switch to stuff that works, arguably his entire lead-up to his Presidency was doing just that.
>> No. 109779 ID: d4c8ee
>Comey being fired, so far, hasn't really blown up in his face.

Stop huffing your own farts man.

>A fundamental understanding of basic concepts that even a complete retard should know. The question is it because he is a complete retard or because he's trying to appeal to the anti-intellectual crowd that thinks not knowing shit and appearing foolish makes someone more relatable?

>We had an entire 8 years of a President doing that shtick successfully despite having a several degrees and considered pretty damn intelligent by those who know him. Trump is enough of a business man to know to switch to stuff that works, arguably his entire lead-up to his Presidency was doing just that.

Again his actions and behavior doesn't indicate he's playing 5th dimensional retard chess, rather than being a actual retard.
>> No. 109780 ID: 3e843b
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>Stop huffing your own farts man.

But they smell so damn interesting. Also how dare you assume my gender, you cishetwhitechristianmale!

No but seriously, how exactly has Comey being fired blown up for Trump?

>Again his actions and behavior doesn't indicate he's playing 5th dimensional retard chess, rather than being a actual retard.

Respectfully I disagree. Trump's action and behaviors indicate someone who is smart enough to know the system they are in and play it to their advantage. He was smart enough to play to the anti-intellectual crowd, smart enough to play to the birthers, smart enough to play to cola miners, smart enough to play to racists, just plain smart enough to play towards those he knew he could manipulate into electing him.

He actions continue this trend, continue getting people to buy his bullshit, continue having everyone excuse every single fuck up he makes, and most certainly keeps his bloated ass on top.

I don't think he is a genius, maybe on the same level as Kanye West's genius, but he is certainly smart and crafty enough to take advantage of stupid ass fucks and desperate people.
>> No. 109784 ID: b70387
>No but seriously, how exactly has Comey being fired blown up for Trump?
He thought because people from both parties had criticized Comey, that they'd support his decision to fire him. Turns out, they don't.
Like I said, it's bringing more attention to the Russia probe, which Trump wanted to avoid.

>smart and crafty enough to take advantage of stupid ass fucks and desperate people
Doesn't really translate into dealing with Congress.

Lester Holt Cold Open - SNL
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>> No. 109806 ID: 334c17
Should've started your term with awarding yourself Nobel Economics prize.
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>mfw when someone who supported trump claims to be a patriotic American

they either traitors or so stupid that their existence endangers people in the vicinity.
>> No. 109810 ID: 498854
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>Trump’s repeated media missteps have frustrated even longtime supporters. “Every day he looks more and more like a complete moron,” said one senior administration official who also worked on Trump’s campaign. “I can’t see Trump resigning or even being impeached, but at this point I wish he’d grow a brain and be the man that he sold himself as on the campaign.”

>Asked whether an administration staff change-up would ameliorate this latest crisis, a Republican source formerly involved with a pro-Trump political group told The Daily Beast, “yes, if it comes with a frontal lobotomy for Trump.”

>“In terms of potential criminal activity, it’s amateur night at the White House,” Gomez told The Daily Beast. “These guys—and Trump especially—don’t know how to not implicate themselves."
>"On a big case like this, the ideal thing would be a wiretap on your number one subject,” Gomez added. “But in this case, you don’t need a wiretap. He just comes right out and says it.”

absolutely pornographic.
>> No. 109831 ID: d52e21
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pathetic old men playing at running the world
>> No. 109832 ID: da39fa
Boom. Goes. The Dynamite.

Trump sweetie, you're at an end now.

Two words: Impeach Him Now.

Guys, I'm a Washington insider and I can CONFIRM that Trump will be ARRESTED within the week. If it doesn't happen I'll just bullshit a reason and keep pretending I have major inside sources while posting things on social media and on a news website I've conned into paying me to write articles for daily that appeal to the confirmation bias of impotently angry Hillary supporters. And I'll be doing it for the next 7 years.
>> No. 109833 ID: d4c8ee
cool story republican louise mensch.
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>TRUMP: the pulsing orb is fantastic. my brain hums as i stroke its oily black surface, my enemies will die in rivers of blood. terrific orb!
>> No. 109840 ID: c7eea1
  5000 years of trump please respect.
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>> No. 109914 ID: e266a3
Paris Accord withdrawal was great for another round of tears.
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Crying about Comey
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>> No. 110008 ID: bd9907
I don't get this attitude. Hasn't the focus been on whether or not Trump obstructed justice the whole time since Comey was fired? Seems like a pretty big issue.
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