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Great listicle via NBC': 19 things Trump said last night in Connecticut


BOMBSHELL: Interview Surfaces Of Trump Blaming BUSH For ISIS, Not Obama

This is from an interview: Donald Trump Speaks with CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the Current situation in Iraq aired Mar 19, 2007


Unfortunately for Trump, his record shows that he once said the exact opposite. In a 2007 CNN interview, Trump said “The war is a total disaster…there’s only one person who you can blame, and that’s our current President . Obviously Rumsfeld was a disaster, and other people that are giving him advice are a disaster.” Trump’s record on the Iraq War is about as fluid as you can get – in 2002, he was for the war; in 2007 he was against it. In 2008 he was for withdrawing our troops, and in 2016 he was against it. It’s just more evidence that Donald Trump has no concrete convictions or beliefs; that he will simply say whatever pops into his head, and everything that came before it no longer exists.


As if truth means anything to republicans.

President Obama Responds to 8 Year Old's Letter Telling Him 'This Country Needs More Spunk'




As I'm walking down the street, this guy asks if I'm going to blow something up

She's an American Olympic athlete!


The Night That Obama and Hillary Founded ISIS



They were down in the kitchen one night eating Popsicles and staring into each other’s eyes when he asked if he could tell her a secret. Hillary laughed and said, “Is it about how you’re really a terrorist?” He looked at her and said, “Yes, actually.” She stopped eating her Popsicle. “Donald Trump was right about you?” He nodded. “About everything.”

He explained that he had actually been born in Kenya in 1919, and that he was 97 years old. He’d made an American birth certificate out of simple graph paper and aged it with tea bags. (“Honestly, it took me, like, 20 minutes.”) He explained that his parents told him from an early age that he should grow up to become the president of the United States so that he could eventually destroy the country from the inside.

“Isn’t that the plot of the first season of Homeland?” Hillary asked. Obama nodded. “Kind of. Also a little bit of The Americans.”

No one had come close to guessing his secret, until Donald Trump. He didn’t know what had given it away. He’d been so careful. Had Donald Trump figured out the secret messages he was sending through his Portuguese water dog, Bo? “Wait, what?” Hillary asked. She was starting to freak out. Obama explained that Bo was actually a supercomputer programmed to bark out messages in Morse code to terrorist organizations around the world, and he thought there was a chance that Donald Trump had seen that Bo’s eyes were really tiny LED screens. “Did you know that when Bo barks,” Obama said, “he’s just repeating the word dog over and over again in a robot voice?”


More Laughs:





Hezbollah chief approvingly quotes Trump: "Even Republican Leader Said Obama & Clinton Founded ISIS"

Hezbollah chief Nasrallah approvingly quotes Trump: "Even the Republican leader said Obama and Clinton founded ISIS"

Hezbollah's Nasrallah uses Trump's stupid remarks to claim that
"there are admissions by US officials that they created ISIS".

BEIRUT (AP) — Donald Trump has found at least one person who agrees with his allegation that the U.S. administration founded the Islamic State group.

The leader of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group quoted Trump at a rally in the country's south Saturday, saying the presidential candidate's statements were based on facts.

Hassan Nasrallah says: "this is an American presidential candidate who is saying this. What he says is based on facts and documents."

Trump this week described President Barack Obama as the "founder" of IS. Trump later said the claim was intended as sarcasm.



De Niro compares Trump to his 'Taxi Driver' character-calls the Republican nominee "totally nuts.

Award winning actor Robert De Niro on Saturday compared Donald Trump to his mentally unstable character Travis Bickle in the 1976 movie "Taxi Driver,""


Award winning actor Robert De Niro on Saturday compared Donald Trump to his mentally unstable character Travis Bickle in the 1976 movie "Taxi Driver," calling the Republican nominee "totally nuts."

"But I think now they are really starting to push back, the media ... finally they are starting to say: Come on Donald, this is ridiculous, this is nuts, this is insane," said De Niro at the Sarajevo Film Festival, according to Reuters.

"What he has been saying is totally crazy, ridiculous, stuff that shouldn't be even ... he is totally nuts."

"I don't know, it's crazy that people like Donald Trump ... he shouldn't even be where he is, so God help us," De Niro said as the Sarajevo National Theater erupted in applause.


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