LOL. Why does anyone still think he is mentally stable?
The President of the United States has posted it to his own Twitter account. Unbelieveable.
Now that's funny.
Sorry if you didn't understand. That Trump put the photoshopped thing on his own twitter site is comical. To me at least: I'm sure that the Trump haters out there will find a hundred reasons why it is completely disgusting and even "unbelievable". (In case you're ignorant of it, that appears to be a world champion belt to me.)
I understand the need for Trump voters to deflect from the warped behavior of their mentally incompetent President.
Don't believe the libs. That is totally Trump's physique. Nobody works out more than he does.
I puked on the cat.
Turns out, yup, that it's the anniversary of Rocky IV.
I bet you feel silly now.
Told you that it is an...……..O-B-S-E-S-S-I-O-N.
Shoot! I missed that - thought the belt looked like a pro-wrestling championship belt.
Still funny to me, but nearly so much as thinking of Trump in that staged pro-wrestling ring. Oh well.
He's actually been there. Are you surprised?
He appeared on the show or in the ring, "fighting"? No, I didn't know of either one.
In the ring.
To be clear, I don't fault him for it. He has always been a gaudy entertainer trafficking in fantasy. That's his lifelong shtick.
Entertainers trafficking in fantasy, sounds more like CNN, to me. Besides, whats wrong with a little entertainment and fantasy once in awhile. Maybe we should use a little less starch in our stuffing.
Want fantasy, then watch Fox News. I notice Hannity is missing since the news about what the IG report will say came out. I don't blame him...
Trump is perfect for the WWE and completely wrong for the presidency.
No worries, folks. It is completely normal for a POTUS to take time from his critical work to share photoshopped pics of himself on Twitter. I mean, how else will he get his ego boost on a no-rally day?
Did anyone just hear that? The sound 9f the Stock Market hitting a new record high for what the 21st time this year?
Is that supposed to make everything okay?
I love what money can buy, but not more than I love my country and my fellow human beings.
From rich corporations buying their own stocks.
Nothing to see here until the coming crash.
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/18/compani … -year.html
The Chosen One speaks to this generation, a parable, known as a meme.
Let us pray.
What is this-oh my God, not again. Again, what is this...………….
Haha. Good one.
On Thanksgiving, CNN reported that President Donald Trump was golfing. Miraculously, President Trump was also feeding Thanksgiving Dinner to 5000 of our Troops in Afghanistan. Two places, thousands of miles apart, at the same time. It's supernatural, is what is.
"resident Donald Trump made a surprise trip to visit U.S. troops in Afghanistan on Thanksgiving Day and said he had reopened negotiations with the Taliban.
"The Taliban wants to make a deal," the president said during his first-ever visit to Afghanistan, The New York Times reported. He arrived at the location shortly after 8.30 p.m. local time and spent roughly two-and-a-half hours greeting troops and the country's president.
In addition to serving traditional Thanksgiving food for the troops at the Bagram airbase, Trump also met with Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani. Trump was joined by acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien, and Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, according to The Hill."
"The president and first lady Melania Trump departed from Washington D.C. for the holiday weekend at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday afternoon." "He spent Thanksgiving Eve, from mid-morning to mid-afternoon, playing golf at his Trump International Golf Club."
When faux news spins truth to create the appearance of something that was not true it can be difficult to ascertain what actually is and what it is that you are being conned into.
Or perhaps Trump really is a God, able to do the supernatural at will.
https://www.newsweek.com/trump-thanksgi … go-1474518
When Trump, Faux News and right-wing blogs lie through their teeth like they did again this time, you can be sure their followers will lap it up.
"Trump’s motorcade arrived at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach before noon, according to a White House press pool report."
https://thehill.com/homenews/administra … -golf-club
Yep - CNN, Newsweek, the Hill and the Enquirer are all faux news. Nothing out of the ordinary here!
Or are you maintaining that anything said outside your favorite, left-wing blog is considered right-wing and thereby false?
What news sources do you rely on for your "facts", Dan?
As usual, your reply has nothing to do with what I posted. The topic is the White House press release and right-wing blogs that lie about them.
You really should read my posts before you reply to them.
No, the topic was that CNN reports he was in two different places at the same time. And then you tried to claim that all "right wing blogs" lie consistently, and that the left wing counterpart (saying he was in two places at the same time) don't.
(I trust you noted that your white house statement did not mention what day he arrived and was a departure from being on the golf links to being on the resort. Or did you, too, try to spin it into something it isn't?)
Really, Promise, these supposedly conflicting reports aren't. All you have to do is quit trying to prove someone is lying to you and try and figure out was is being said. It isn't that difficult...as long as you aren't desperate to show a terrible conspiracy and evil in the White House.
Not only off point, but the usual exaggerations and distortions.
You and Phoenix smeared CNN for reporting he was in two different places. You used right-wing blogs as your source.
"When faux news spins truth to create the appearance of something that was not true ..."
Or do deny writing it?
You also ignored the fact that all credible media reports were based on a White House press release, the original source of the lie.
Really, Wilderness, you need to read what I write and quit desperately trying to apologize for the provable lies coming from the White House, Fox News and right-wing blogs.
LOL What about you? The Hill article you used for "proof" of the lies from the White House, or maybe lies from those terrible "left wing blogs" (I'm not sure which) is dated 11/23/17...two years ago. This is where your "lies" are coming from? News reports from two years ago you're represented as happening in 2019?
Perhaps you need to read what you quote from yourself. I repeat; it isn't so hard to understand if you just quit trying so hard to prove lies and try to understand and make sense of what you're hearing.
I'll keep it simple and try again to keep you on topic.
1) Did you smear CNN and all mainstream media based on a lie from right-wing blogs that Phoenix posted on here?
2) Since you didn't answer my previous question (no surprise), I'll ask again:
In response to the above lie, did you write: "When faux news spins truth to create the appearance of something that was not true ..."
Yes or no?
Don't want to address the lie that allowed you to proclaim all right wing blogs are lies? Yes, when "faux news spins truth..." - or, I might add, when people use true news reports to do the same thing - then there is a problem. As when news from two years ago is used to claim events today that never actually happened.
Do you disagree? Is it right and proper to use true and factual news in that manner? To turn it into "faux news", simply by ignoring the "when" portion of "what, when, where, etc."?
Thanks, I'll stand by my statement "When faux news spins truth to create the appearance of something that was not true ..." whether intentional or not, whether by the news source itself or by someone spinning their report.
You're speaking of Fox News, correct?
I was speaking of: http://amzn.com/B00NP7E05G. And, of course, Promisem's attempt to use two year old news as current events this year. That one may have been true (from the Hill) when published, but it certainly was "faux news" the way Promisem attempted to use it.
How about you, Randy? Did you swallow the news that Trump was in two places at once? Did you take it as automatic fact because it came from the Hill? Or did you simply assume that the news he was in Afghanistan was false because you didn't like the source and the Promisem said the Hill said it was false?
Truth be told, it seems I'm the only one that bothered to try and unravel conflicting stories, and the only one that understood that posters here had made an error in collecting news from different years. Everyone else just jumped on the "FAUX NEWS!" bandwagon without ever checking.
I didn't really care where he was, Dan. He was simply trying to make up for his mistake in getting involved in a military matter he was ill equipped to. After all, he had a doctor file a medical report saying he had bone spurs, which by the way, didn't prevent him from playing tennis at the time.
Face it, Trump has never cared for the military until he became POTUS, and I doubt he's any better now. How can he even give his two cents to experienced military veterans with none of his own? Seriously, Dan.
None of which, as usual with your comments, has a single thing to do with producing news reports from years ago as being current.
After all of these years, you still can't answer simple yes or no questions that make you uncomfortable.
Its a common trait from some of those generations. For instance, I had a great Uncle who was absolutely convinced that an old tom cat out in the barn was Franklin Roosevelt and noone could convince him otherwise. We just smiled. What else can you do.
Yep, I made a mistake and linked an outdated article that was among other top-level search results. (At least I can admit my mistakes.) Here you go with the current version:
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/president- … tan-today/
It doesn't change the fact that you smeared mainstream media for a lie being spread by right-wing blogs.
And you refuse to admit you are wrong.
The original post in this mini-thread indicated he was in two places at once. I attacked that as "faux news" without ever mentioning just which outlet was producing it.
How is that smearing "mainstream media" (as defined by those willing to attack Trump at every possible chance)?
It was the White House that told the media he was golfing on Thanksgiving Day.
That "supernatural" event the right-wing blogs are reporting is just more of their anti-media propaganda.
When will their lies ever end? When will their gullible followers stop spreading the BS?
The Newsocrats also reported that the beautiful First Lady was also in two places at once. Impossible for a mere mortal.
Cnn is a false prophet.
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Newsweek reporter fired for Trump Thanksgiving story blames editor
"The Newsweek reporter who was fired after writing an inaccurate article about President Trump's Thanksgiving Day plans is deflecting some of the blame onto her editor.
Newsweek initially published the article Thursday morning, before the president's trip to Afghanistan was announced publicly. The story's initial headline was, “How is Trump spending Thanksgiving? Tweeting, golfing and more.”
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news … mes-editor
Cnn Politics reported that the First Lady was also in Afghanistan, serving Turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce, to our troops. So, not only is she beautiful, thoughtful and kind, she is also capable of interdimensional travel, according to cnn.
Tweeting and particularly golfing is this weeks msm and social media official narrative, propagated by their legions of propaganda bots.
Would it be unusual for Trump to be tweeting and golfing on a holiday? He's spent more money on golf trips to equal over 200 years of POTUS salary.
you are nothing, if not predictable.
And you're not? Who are you trying to fool? And you once more avoided answering the question but just had to comment anyway.
What most of the upright walking individuals on the left fail to appreciate is that President Donald Trump was going to an active war zone for Thanksgiving.
Now, the challenges with such an event are beyond the left's ability to comprehend and I do expect them to struggle understanding it.
Yes, a motorcade was sent to a gold course. Stick with me here, it is known in security circles as a "Diversion." Why? Now, I'll understand if those on the left struggle with this one. The President of the United States was going to an active war zone and the last thing a normal person would want is to take a chance this information could get to the enemy. They could launch an all out assault to get the President. This could cause casualties and death.
So, yes, since President Donald Trump's safety was important a "Diversion" was used to keep his visit secret. This probably means no Democrat was informed of what was happening.
Now, normal people would be proud to have a President who spends his holiday with American military troops in an active war zone. But, I suppose, we know what we experienced from those on the left. Those with TDS never change.
I sincerely believe the only cure for TDS is 4 more years: immersion therapy. That will also mean a 100 more stock market record highs. Mad stacks means more tax revenue and that means the guv will be capable of even more handouts for liberals. Itsa win win. Trump 2020
I sincerely believe that if you still support Trump you've lost your values, assuming you had some to begin with.
Since neither of us will budge, all we can do is wait and see where history places Trump, his ardent followers, and his ardent detractors. Sorta like with George Wallace and Joe McCarthy, eh?
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