Are the Trump kids as good as they are being portrayed?
The Trump kids are regularly being portrayed as exemplary persons and so proving Trump has been a good parent.If they were as good as they say, don't they have the moral obligation to let their father know when he behaves as a bigot ,a racist, and a xenophobe?
Opposing illegal immigration and supporting rule of law is not racist. The Democrats demanding racial preferences and special privileges for illegal aliens (exemption from prosecution for ID theft or tax evasion) IS racist.
On the allegations of bigotry and such, if they were true, they'd have come out long before he was the Republican nominee. The allegations only get reported by the press now because the media is biased far left and has a false narrative that Republican equals racist. Notice they repeat those memes but don't talk about Wikileaks proof that the DNC rigged a primary against Sanders, that Clinton took "donations" in return for State Department approvals, etc.
On liberal media:
Conservatives Are Right: The Media Is Very Liberal
WikiLeaks Makes DNC Look Bad - Banned on Facebook and Shadowbanned on Twitter
http://investmentwatchblog.com/twitter- … ebook-now/
Apple, Twitter, Google, Instagram collude to defeat Trump
http://observer.com/2016/08/tech-compan … eat-trump/
On why people are concerned about illegal immigration:
Obama Caused Illegal Crime Surge
http://newobserveronline.com/obama-caus … ime-surge/
ICE releases 19,723 criminal illegals, 208 convicted of murder, 900 of sex crimes
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/ice-r … le/2589785
I'm not addressing your assertion about anyone but the grown children. Someone else has done that, and I have nothing to add one way or another.
Nobody knows what anyone else says to someone in the privacy of their family life. Just because one has not witnessed what any of those young people have/have not said it doesn't mean something was/was not said. In other words, if anyone is looking for some "sign" that any of them is not "as exemplary..." the place to find it is not in imagining/assuming something about what one has not witnessed and then judging them based on what has been imagined or assumed by someone who has not been present 100% of the time when any of those people have had conversations in private.
Self-appointed "judges" and "assessors" of how "exemplary" any of these people are run a very high risk of looking very foolish if they base conclusions/arguments on what they've assumed or imagined has/hasn't gone on in the privacy of these people's conversations.
(I have a question, though...) Who are the people in the picture with this question? He's only got two daughters, one son is a little kid, and the others are guys. So, again, what have those people in the picture got to do with his kids? Anything?)
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by its about time 9 years ago
Umm think before you speak.
by Lela 2 years ago
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by Lela 2 years ago
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by karl 4 years ago
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