#PresidentDeadbeat

@xander6464 (14561)
Wapello, Iowa
June 15, 2019 12:18pm CST
MyLot Exclusive #212 My Fellow Americans, in my role as America's Best Republican and the most famous member of the Trump Administration (Secretary Of Common Sense, Decency And Not Letting The President Say, Do And/Or Tweet Anything Stupid) you've never heard of, I've been asked to address you tonight. My friend Donny's exact words were, "DO SOMETHING!!!" See, the problem is that he spends 16 hours a day on Twitter and he's seen all the SAD, Unfair Hashtags you've been posting (And then someone always reads them to him and that's when the trouble starts)! Things like #PresidentDeadBeat. #PresidentBankrupt. And the ever-popular #Brokeahantis. And many others. And they all Hurt His Feelings! Why don't you SnowFlake BrainDead Liberals understand that? Do you enjoy making a broken-down old man cry? DO YOU??? Well, I don't care if you do! I am hereby commanding you to Knock It Off! End The Presidential Harassment! Love, Honor And Obey Him! Just like all of his wives, kids and mistresses Never did! And why would you expect him to pay his bills, anyway? You've seen some of his tax returns. He lost a billion dollars in ten years! He was starring in his own one-man production of Brewster's Millions for nothing! No prize at the end! And that's just what you've seen so far! Wait till you see the rest! #HEHASNOMONEY! Why can't you just accept the fact that he's a Very Stable Genius...And Very Good With Money...and let him get back to spending your money his way? What I'm trying to say is, #CEASE! #DESIST! #ORELSE! Especially if he owes you money! ~~~~ Trump Owes MASSIVE Debts To Cities Who Host His Rallies The Ring of Fire Published on Jun 14, 2019 According to new reports, the Trump campaign has failed to repay at least 10 different cities back for added security and other essentials that these cities paid for during Trump’s rallies, with some of the outstanding debts going as far back as 2016. This is becoming a pattern for Trump – take what you need from an area and then never pay them back. That’s how he’s operated as a businessman and that’s how he’s operating as a president. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.
According to new reports, the Trump campaign has failed to repay at least 10 different cities back for added security and other essentials that these cities ...
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@just4him (162518)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
15 Jun
It's sad when a billionaire doesn't pay his debts. I never did understand that. So, did you get a late start today because you were late getting home from his birthday party yesterday?
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
15 Jun
Part of the problem is that he never was a billionaire. His dad was and he gave Donny lots of money, 100's of millions of dollars but all Donny did was spend it and start really expensive businesses that he ran into the ground. If his dad hadn't been rich, Trump would be one of the guys who asks you for change on the street. Oh yeah, there was a birthday party but it was more of a pity party, really. Did you see his latest poll numbers? And the number of his staff that are cooperating with Congress now? And many others? He did and he's not happy. So there was that but the biggest reason for the late start and doing nearly nothing yesterday is lousy Internet. It's kind of working right now but it's still not good.
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
15 Jun
@tallawah The real idiots are the banks who kept giving him money. The Russians were much smarter. Instead of lending to him, they bought him and then made him President.
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@celticeagle (122952)
• Boise, Idaho
15 Jun
I doubt this guy is a billionaire. He lies so much and has hidden his taxes and financial affairs for so long it makes me wonder if he isn't hiding $$ lies as well as his other ones.
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
15 Jun
He isn't a billionaire, there is zero doubt about that. The real question is just how much do the Russians own him.
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
15 Jun
He isn't a billionaire, there is zero doubt about that. The real question is just how much do the Russians own him.
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@celticeagle (122952)
• Boise, Idaho
15 Jun
@xander6464 .......I agree.
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• United States
15 Jun
Gee, poor little "Donnie"! I'm sorry but I can't feel sorry for the man who can't pay his massive debts to the Cities who hosts his rallies. I'm living on a very small disability income and I not only pay my bills with that meager amount but I somehow manage to reach out and help the homeless when I have a few dollar bills in my wallet. I had one ask me the other night "Why are you doing this? It's obvious that you need the money too!" I looked at the man and said "Because it is joyful to me to help others in need and not concentrate on myself and my problems!" Maybe "Donnie" needs to learn that lesson too. Maybe he needs to learn the lesson after losing everything he owns in a fire that claims his home and all his worldly belongings...a fire started by PG&E. I've been waiting for two years for some sort of repayment for the loss, and all I get is calls from them about needing more information...just like the thousands of other people who lost everything are going through...after PG&E went bankrupt, again! We need a president that leads by example, and this one; dear, sweet, mistreated, little "Donnie" hasn't exactly been the best example. Think of how many people that the Cities that host "Donnie's" rallies could help if he paid his bills...or if he paid for the medication that it took for his mouth after his doctor removed his foot from his mouth after his over seas trips and he busily put down his hosts at the various countries that welcomed him as an honored guest....well on second thought I guess I have to give dear sweet "Donnie" credit for having more guts than I would have for speaking out and calling his hosts (like the Mayor of London England) names to their faces. I can't condone everything the man has done, but I have to say that I am intrigued by the amount of guts he has...he has more guts than a slaughter house! When the man does something worth while for the country that benefits those in need, then I will think of maybe honoring the man...maybe.
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
15 Jun
Even if he started doing good things right now, I wouldn't honor him. I would tolerate him until he could finally be put in jail but I wouldn't honor him. I hope that this country is smart enough to vote for someone like Bernie this next time so the problems you and millions of others have can start to get fixed.
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
17 Jun
@BearArtistLady It's not just his bears. His hats, ties and everything else is made in China. Even the steel in the few buildings he actually built came from China. He is a lot like Hitler but he was is way more stupid and he doesn't have anything approaching the Gestapo. Feel free to criticize him all you want. He is a powerless bully who deserves it and can do nothing about it. In fact agencies like the FBI despise him as much as you do.
• United States
17 Jun
@xander6464 I grew up with a bully...he was my brother. The one thing I learned from that bully was you don't trust them no matter what. I get a sick feeling every time that Trump's name is mentioned, and one of the sick feelings is that he is bound and determined to start a war with someone somewhere so he can get reelected. I have the greatest distrust for the man, if he were to hand me ten 100 dollar bills I would take both him and the bills to the bank to make sure that the bills weren't counterfeit. I wish I could put my finger on just why I don't like and don't trust the man, but the feeling is so strong. The last time I had that feeling it was about a local news reporter. My TV radio writing teacher was married to him and she brought him into the class as a special treat to the class. He came through the door, touched my hand and I had to rush from the room. If I hadn't I would have tossed my lunch right there all over him. Several of my friends followed me out the door worried about me. As I told them, be careful around the man, there is something wrong with him. About 8 months later he was arrested for assaulting a teen aged girl and for raping her. He wound up in prison for about 7 years. I follow those feelings and I can't even stand to watch the commercials for the garbage that Trump sells on the tube. My first question is who gains the money from the sales? I don't remember any other president selling stuff on the tube during their stint as President. I wonder if he is planning a giant yard sale next? I've had the feeling all along that his being President has been to line his pockets more than to do anything for the country. You look at his face and into his eyes and you can see the "I love me who do you love?" look. Shoot after he got upset that someone coughed during an interview for Television and he stopped the interview and requested that the person leave the set and that they redo the whole interview (I just read that) that's pretty egotistical. He also made comment about turning his financial records over for review and that "HE" didn't have to. That's a load of crap! The IRS can audit his books at any time they see fit and just because he is the President doesn't give him immunity. Anyhow I can't even stand to look at pictures of the man let alone watch him on TV. There is something about him, I still can't put my finger on it, but for one thing he should be tending to things at home rather than sticking his nose in all the foreign affairs...we have millions of people who are homeless and need jobs. We have even more people who can't afford medical treatment. Our wonderful leader feels that they can go out and get a job. Interesting, especially since to get a job you need a permanent address and phone number. You know the situation. Oh well, I can keep talking about the bum, and it won't do much good. He and rattle snakes have a lot in common, the only difference is he has legs.
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@NJChicaa (61208)
• United States
15 Jun
Are we really surprised? #Brokeahantas
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
15 Jun
No one should be surprised. But many are. Just like they're surprised that healthcare is complicated and trade wars are disastrous when they are run by an idiot. And many others.
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@NJChicaa (61208)
• United States
15 Jun
@xander6464 We are over half way through this nightmare.
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
15 Jun
@NJChicaa With any luck, we are at the very end. If the Dems just start moving, it will be over quickly.
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• Preston, England
19 Jun
The gospel according to Jack Sparrow - Give Nothing Back seems to apply
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
19 Jun
That is Donny's favorite Gospel.
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• Preston, England
24 Jun
@xander6464 I expect he saw the film but never read a Gospel or any other book
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
25 Jun
@arthurchappell To be fair, that's not his fault. He doesn't know how to read.
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@FayeHazel (29136)
• United States
17 Jun
Sounds like textbook narcissist - *they* may do/say whatever they like to you. If needed there will always be some reason - but this or but that.... but if you reply in kind what a lowly terrible person you indeed are to be so cruel - when in fact what you've done isn't a fraction as bad as what they've done
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
18 Jun
That is exactly how they operate. From the relatively harmless among them to the most destructful. And I am sick of it.
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@FayeHazel (29136)
• United States
18 Jun
@xander6464 I don't know how they can be so blind and how this thing is common enough to be a disorder. I mean wouldn't simply schooling them work? Like one would with a small child? (If you treat so and so like this they don't like that, just like you wouldn't like it.....) but then, no, it's a disorder.... so.... infuriating.
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
19 Jun
@FayeHazel I would say that's at least worth trying.
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@GreatMartin (9204)
• Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
16 Jun
" most famous member of the Trump Administration" HA!!!! SH is that!!!
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
16 Jun
I could get a bunch of tempory headlines if I quit, too. But next week, she will be totally forgotten again.
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• Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
16 Jun
@xander6464 No way--she and Pallin are going to run as soon as they decide who is on 'top'!!
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
16 Jun
@GreatMartin That part's easy, they just flip a coin...OH! You mean who's going to be on the top of a political ticket. Well, they might actually fight about that.
@snowy22315 (70663)
• United States
16 Jun
Oh yes, and don't forget how much his trips to Mar a Lago, cost the taxpayers. Open your eyes and smell the coffee people!
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@xander6464 (14561)
• Wapello, Iowa
16 Jun
And what he's doing to the local economy down in Florida. Lot's of businesses are in trouble because of his constant trips. Closing roads and airports and bigger traffic jams, etc all have an effect.
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