Careercow Donald J Trump - 45th President of the USA, Epstein bro, serial liar, cheat and the Chris-Chan of Presidents

Does Donny have a chance in 2024?

  • Absolutely, tremendously. Sleepy Joe is already losing and ballots are Chinese

    Votes: 174 22.0%
  • I am trusting the plan with every fiber of my being. I hurt with how hard I trust the plan.

    Votes: 70 8.8%
  • У меня аутизм, пожалуйста, смейся надо мной

    Votes: 218 27.5%
  • Slow down CornPop, Joe's already got the oval office chair just right. He's staying.

    Votes: 134 16.9%
  • JEB!

    Votes: 408 51.5%

  • Total voters
    792

JaneThough

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Trump asks Florida judge to force Twitter to restart his account - Bloomberg News​


Oct 1 (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Donald Trump asked a federal judge in Florida to force Twitter (TWTR.N) to reinstate his account, Bloomberg News reported late on Friday.

In July Trump sued Twitter, Facebook Inc (FB.O) and Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google, as well as their chief executives, alleging they unlawfully silence conservative viewpoints.

Trump's request for a preliminary injunction against Twitter was filed late on Friday in Miami, claiming the social media company canceled his account in January under pressure from his political rivals in Congress, the report said.

Twitter declined to comment. Trump's representatives did not immediately respond to Reuters request for comment outside business hours.

Trump lost his social media megaphone this year after the companies said he violated their policies against glorifying violence.

Hundreds of his supporters launched a deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 after Trump in a speech repeating his false claims that his election defeat was the result of widespread fraud, an assertion rejected by multiple courts, state election officials and members of his own administration.

Twitter "exercises a degree of power and control over political discourse in this country that is immeasurable, historically unprecedented, and profoundly dangerous to open democratic debate," Bloomberg quoted the former president's request as saying.

This is just sad. This man was PRESIDENT.
 

Doctor of Autism

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Trump is like a petulant toddler: he likes to throw a tantrum when things don't go his way, no matter how trivial the issue might seem to a normal person. I'm no psychologist, but I'm inclined to attribute this to some form of arrested development, because it's as if he never fully advanced beyond the egocentric stage described by child psychologists.

If anyone wants any insight into Trump's character, I'd strongly recommend watching the interview he gave in 2000 with Ruby Wax. When it became apparent to him that it wasn't going to be a puff piece about how awesome he is, he became increasingly agitated and impatient; eventually veering off topic to go on a bitter tirade against Selina Scott (another journalist who he felt "wronged" him by asking him difficult questions in an interview several years previously). It was a cringeworthy viewing experience, although there was a very interesting segment where Wax went to interview a group of Trump fans who'd lost millions in his casinos, yet acted like it was nothing but an honor for them to lose money to him. Truly, P. T. Barnum was right.
Holy shit there were Trumpfags just as pathetic as the modern ones, like how the fuck could anyone be happy to lose money (unless they were stupid rich who didn't give a shit) for a billionaire to make more. That's fucking dumb.

Also here is the interview


Here is a condensed version

 

NekoRightsActivist

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Holy shit there were Trumpfags just as pathetic as the modern ones, like how the fuck could anyone be happy to lose money (unless they were stupid rich who didn't give a shit) for a billionaire to make more. That's fucking dumb.

Also here is the interview


Here is a condensed version

Trump actually took this as the advantage to start a fraudulent business before, didn't end up well for him tho.
 

Holdek

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The most "lolcow"ish that Donald Trump has been, in terms of behavior similar to the cows we study on the farms, were when he tweeted 20 times about vaccines causing autism.
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Very JCrowleyesque.
 

Heckler1

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The most "lolcow"ish that Donald Trump has been, in terms of behavior similar to the cows we study on the farms, were when he tweeted 20 times about vaccines causing autism.
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Very JCrowleyesque.
I would guess most rich people have lolcow tendencies, but usually also have the sense to not barf their opinions all over the internet.
 

Doctor of Autism

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I would guess most rich people have lolcow tendencies, but usually also have the sense to not barf their opinions all over the internet.
Yep a lot of rich people are lolcows, it's just that they have money that blinds people. Trump is part of a lolcow archetype that's common for rich people which is the children of rich people who ride the coattails of their parents.
 

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I don't really see how you guys can have such a strong emotional investment in the character of Trump in the middle of a maelstrom of crises engineered by the current POTUS. One guy is currently tanking the economy, lost a war, destroyed the border and is fumbling hard on infrastructural management and the other guy is a has-been who couldn't figure out how to get a Mastadon fork for his crappy one-person Twitter clone.
This thread is to laugh at Trump and his rabid fanbase. We have a thread where you can talk about this failing administration. Simple.
 

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Oh yeah need to post this since Trump wrote a letter to the Pulitzer Prize 2 days back

Re: Demand for Revocation of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting

Dear Mr. Kliment:

I call on the Pulitzer Prize Board to immediately rescind the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting awarded to the staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post, which was based on false reporting of a non-existent link between the Kremlin and the Trump Campaign. As has been widely publicized, the coverage was no more than a politically motivated farce which attempted to spin a false narrative that my campaign supposedly colluded with Russia despite a complete lack of evidence underpinning this allegation.

When the Board announced the prize, it lauded the recipients “for deeply sourced, relentlessly reported coverage in the public interest that dramatically furthered the nations’ understanding of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to the Trump campaign, the President-elect’s transition team, and his eventual administration.” Specifically, the prize was awarded for a series of articles centered around the now-debunked Russia collusion conspiracy theory. The headlines themselves were extremely sensational and leaned heavily on unsubstantiated anonymous sources. For example, much of the information contained in these articles were credited to “people with knowledge,” “current and former officials,” “some senior U.S. officials,” and other vaguely defined individuals. As a result, the public was deprived of an independent means of assessing their credibility, their potential for political bias, and the source of their knowledge.

For two years, these institutions feverishly pushed one Russia story after another and – despite lacking any credible evidence – attempted to persuade the public that my campaign had colluded with the Russian government. Contemporaneously with that reporting, numerous conservative news outlets and commentators questioned the legitimacy of these reports, exposing the clear logical fallacies contained in their narratives and pointing to the clear lack of evidence underpinning them.

It has since been confirmed that the allegations were false and I have been exonerated of these charges. Most recently, John Durham’s indictment of former cybersecurity attorney and Hillary Clinton Campaign attorney, Michael Sussman, serves as a damning repudiation of the media’s obsession with the collusion story. The indictment pointedly accuses Mr. Sussman of making false statements to the FBI when he presented “evidence” purporting to show secret communications between my organization and the Russia-based Alfa Bank. At the time, Mr. Sussman assured the FBI that he was providing this information of his own accord, and not at the behest of any particular individual or entity. The indictment reveals, however, that Mr. Sussman was working with other Democrats and billing his time to the Clinton campaign. Importantly, the indictment reinforces the falsehood of the Alfa Bank connection, stating that “the FBI’s investigation revealed that the e-mail server at issue was not owned or operated by the Trump Organization but, rather, had been administered by a mass marketing email company that send advertisements for Trump hotels and hundreds of other clients.”

For over a century, the Pulitzer Prize has been widely recognized as a significant achievement in the field of journalism. It has been viewed by many as an honor that is meant to be bestowed upon well-deserving recipients in recognition of their groundbreaking journalistic efforts. This level of reverence carries with it a very important connotation, namely that the reporting itself is inherently deemed credible, well-sourced and trustworthy. Given this powerful presumption, there is a heavy burden to ensure that these works are continuously and closely examined as to the veracity of the information contained therein. When it becomes apparent that a Pulitzer Prize-winning work was based on shoddy, dubious and manifestly false reporting – as is the case here – the Pulitzer Prize Board must react accordingly.

Ultimately, my hope is that the recipients of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting, The New York Times and The Washington Post, will voluntarily surrender this award in light of recent revelations. However, should they fail to do so, I would expect that you will take the necessary steps to rectify the situation, including stripping the recipients of their prize and retracting the false statements which remain on the Pulitzer website. Without holding the recipients to such a high standard of accountability, the integrity of the Pulitzer Prize namesake stands to be wholly compromised.

Sincerely,

Donald J. Trump

Double post but

“MUH CRIME OF THE CENTURY”

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You can tell the letter to the Pulitzer people was written or at least edited by someone else, since it's coherent and keeps the Trumpisms to a minimum.
Contrast that with the Chris-Chan-esque wordsalad in the statement that he sharts into the void of the internet.
 

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You can tell the letter to the Pulitzer people was written or at least edited by someone else, since it's coherent and keeps the Trumpisms to a minimum.
Contrast that with the Chris-Chan-esque wordsalad in the statement that he sharts into the void of the internet.
Even when he's trying to sound coherent it just comes out as word salad.
 

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Double post but

“MUH CRIME OF THE CENTURY”

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I wonder if it's bluster and bravado, or if Trump is and has been so rich his entire life that he's only ever surrounded himself with yes men, and we now live in a world where there is more than one news network that caters entirely to his ego only that he legitimately lives in a completely different reality from the rest of us?
 

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