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Trump is dangerous to the US, while Hillary Clinton’s troubles are manufactured by the GOP.

Updated on June 28, 2016

Trump is dangerous to the US, while Hillary Clinton’s troubles are manufactured by the GOP.

Trump’s ‘Brexit’ comments exhibit his selfishness.

No wonder Trump didn’t want to divulge his tax information.

Trump alienated the LGBT community.


Paul Ryan’s comments regarding allowing people to vote their consciousness is being echoed by delegates. Trump could ruin their party.

The GOP has always skirted closely to being racist, but Trump’s statements overtly are.


Trump had some free time so he implied that our President was a terrorist sympathizer.

The GOP might have finally finished their Benghazi witch-hunt of Hillary Clinton.

Trump’s ‘Brexit’ comments exhibit his selfishness.

The article “Donald Trump Boasts Brexit Will Boost Business At His Golf Resort, Credits Hillary Clinton And Barack Obama For Brexit” has this narcissistic Trump quote ““When the pound goes down, more people are coming to Turnberry, frankly,” Trump said this afternoon at a Trump Turnberry newser, when asked about the value of the British currency dropping in the wake of yesterday’s vote.”

Trump doesn’t care about the 99% only his profit. His comments always are geared to serving his interests as he also predicted the anger in England will be replicated in the US to his benefit.

In the same article Hillary Clinton exhibited her maturity with this quote “Our first task has to be to make sure that the economic uncertainty created by these events does not hurt working families.”


No wonder Trump didn’t want to divulge his tax information.



The article “David Cay Johnston: There is "Incredibly Strong Evidence" Donald Trump Has Committed Tax Fraud” states “Well, Donald has done a very good job of trying to keep a number of things out of the public record and shut down investigations, but I found two tax appeals he filed from the year 1984, one with the City of New York and one with the state. And in one of these two cases, Donald filed something called a Schedule C. That’s what a freelancer files. He reported zero income and $626,000 of expenses, with no receipts and no documentation. That’s something that could be construed as tax fraud.”

The article also states “Because if Donald is anywhere near as wealthy as he claims to be, and Donald has acknowledged under oath that he basically makes up numbers that make him look good—if he has enough depreciation from his buildings, he is allowed to use that to offset income from the other things, like selling ties made in China and running golf courses. And that means that he effectively can get a zero-interest loan from the government of his taxes. In my USA Today column back in March, I showed how if Trump’s numbers that he’s publicly said were true, then he stands to make about $130 million net profit off his income taxes from a single year. The taxes would have only been $23 million.”

Trump alienated the LGBT community.

The article “#AskTheGays: Donald Trump mocked online after saying 'Ask the gays' to find out if he is LGBT friendly#AskTheGays: Donald Trump mocked online after saying 'Ask the gays' to find out if he is LGBT friendly”states that Donald Trump “ accidentally sparked a hashtag - #AskTheGays - which was mainly populated by people mocking him and pointing out ways he and his supporters have not been LGBT friendly.”

Paul Ryan’s comments regarding allowing people to vote their consciousness is being echoed by delegates.

The article “Free the Delegates’ gets lots of help” relates all the reasons that the GOP has for dumping Trump and states “Take the argument that delegates should not upset the “will of primary voters.” Aside from the misunderstanding of the concept of representative democracy, Republican voters seem to agree Trump is more trouble than he’s worth. In response to the question “If it were up to you, who would you rather see the Republican Party choose as its nominee for president — Donald Trump or someone else?” Republican voters in a CNN/ORC poll are nearly evenly divided. A mere 51 percent want to keep him; 48 percent want to dump him. That is well within the margin of error….

While the revolt is driven by the delegates respected Republicans are giving them plenty of encouragement. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is the latest big-name Republican to argue “historically, not just this year, delegates are and should be able to vote the way they see fit.” As Trump’s poll numbers crater look for other Republicans to weigh in as well, urging the delegates to save the party from itself.”

How many delegates have had enough of Trump? The article “New anti-Trump movement grows to include hundreds of GOP delegates” states “A campaign to stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican presidential nominee has the support of nearly 400 delegates to the GOP’s convention next month, according to organizers, quickly transforming what began as an idea tossed around on social media into a force that could derail a national campaign.”

The GOP has always skirted closely to being racist, but Trump’s statements overtly are.

The article “With Trump attack on 'Mexican' judge, has he hit a new low?” states “Dean Obeidallah says Trump's attack on a well qualified and impartial judge, is a shocking case of bigotry……

Trump dedicated an incredible 12 minutes of his campaign speech to slam federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel. First, Trump demanded the judge recuse himself because he was a "hater" who had been nominated by President Obama. Then, only a short time after the crowd had been chanting "build that wall," Trump told his rabid fans that Curiel was a "Mexican." But then Trump added, "I think that's fine." (For those who care about actual facts, Curiel is not Mexican; he was born in Indiana.)”

Trump had some free time so he implied that our President was a terrorist sympathizer.

The article “Trump suggests President Obama may be terrorist sympathizer states “Yesterday, Donald Trump responded to the mass shooting in Orlando in indefensible ways. This morning, as Politico reported, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee actually managed to make matters slightly worse.

“He doesn’t get it or he gets it better than anybody understands. It’s one or the other,” Trump said of Obama on “Fox & Friends,” speaking on the phone. “And either one is unacceptable.” […]

And Trump again implied that the president was not a trustworthy leader when it comes to fighting terrorism. “We’re led by a man who is a very – look, we’re led by a man that either is, is not tough, not smart, or he’s got something else in mind,” Trump said. “And the something else in mind, you know, people can’t believe it. People cannot – they cannot believe that President Obama is acting the ways he acts and can’t even mention the words ‘radical Islamic terrorism.’ There’s something going on. It’s inconceivable.”

There isn’t much in the way of ambiguity here. As Politico’s Blake Hounshell summarized, “This morning, Trump implied President Obama is a terrorist sympathizer.” Politico’s Jake Sherman added, “The Republican Party’s nominee for president seems to be saying its possible the POTUS is in cahoots with terrorists.””


The GOP might have finally finished their Benghazi witch-hunt of Hillary Clinton.

The article “Farewell To Fox News’ Benghazi Hoax” states “To the surprise of no one, the Republicans’ four-year partisan inquisition surrounding the terrorist attack on the American compound in Benghazi, Libya, is likely ending with a whimper. With the House Select Committee on Benghazi finally releasing its findings, and the report representing the eighth and (likely) final government investigation into the deadly event, the Benghazi hoax, as sponsored by Fox News for four years, finally comes to an impotent and ignominious end.

Early indications are that the report, as expected, provides no major revelations. Already undercut by a report from Democratic members of the Benghazi committee that further debunked right-wing myths about the attack, the GOP’s long-awaited Benghazi report is in danger of being met with collective shoulder shrugs.

Even Donald Trump seems relatively uninterested in kicking the Benghazi can around the campaign trail this year. Yes, he’s made a couple passing references to it and implied grave misdeeds by Hillary Clinton. But there’s been no serious push on his part to highlight the GOP’s endless pursuit.”

Trump is dangerous to the US, while Hillary Clinton’s troubles are manufactured by the GOP.

The articles “Trump is a danger to us all.”, and “Trump and his unsafe USA” delineate how horrible Trump would be for the 99%. He has alienated entire races, countries, genders and sexually orientations. How could Trump win the Presidency of the US? He has tapped into the anger of primary voters, but let’s pray that isn’t enough to win the most important position in the world.


The GOP has used the Benghazi investigation to damage Hillary Clinton. They will continue using it; as well as her email mistakes, and any other manufactured issues, to hurt her politically.

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