Trump admits he is losing it

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Jun 28, 2020, 16:19

If his ratings continue to decline, there is talk he should not run again- and step aside for another Republican to compete with Biden. 

Jun 28, 2020, 16:25

Says Politico. 

Jun 28, 2020, 18:36


Actually the doubt is about Biden being the demonrat nominee you thick plank. 

Sharktwit don't tell me you believe the Crooked leftest polls! Guess you think Trump has a 2% chance of winning. BWHAHAHAHAHA 

Jun 28, 2020, 20:39


Why not tell us the real truth by linking something from the NY Post.


Jun 28, 2020, 20:56

Will the Times do?

Jun 29, 2020, 18:54

Trump has been totally incompetent in managing the Corona crisis. He rushed the reopening of the economy - especially certain states. 
The UK like other countries have done badly to start with- but have improved over time. 

He has sown more division in America since before the civil war.

Table 1: Trump’s margins, 2016 and 2020

2016 Vote Margin
(percentage points)
2020 Poll Average
(percentage points)
New Hampshire-0.4-8.6-8.2
North Carolina+3.7-3.2-6.9

Sources: WikipediaFiveThirtyEight

Jun 29, 2020, 20:03

If Bozo loses this election - and it is still an "if" . . . thanks only to the Democrats being unable to find a better candidate than the doddering old fool Joe Biden coupled with the almost unbelievable number of stupid and brainwashed Trumpanzees in the USA - then it will be the most humiliating loss by any US president.

It will be bad enough that Bozo is a one-term failure, but to lose to an inept, bungling old fossil like Joe Biden . . . well, the word "humiliating" doesn't quite cover it . . . but it would certainly cement Bozo's place permanently as the worst US president in history . . . assuming of course that he hasn't achieved that title already.

Jun 29, 2020, 21:01

On the contrary if Trump wins the election again after 3 years of a soft coup by the Intelligence Agencies......scurrilous treatment by the media.....the opposition of the deep state and the so called intelligentsia... tepid support from his own party... the economic impact of the worst medical crisis in a hundred years.....and the rise of an Anarchist party...... will be the greatest political victory in the history of the USA.....again.

Jun 29, 2020, 21:10

Trump has proved to be the toughest, smartest and, indeed, the greatest President America has ever had. 

The way he has faced down his bitter marxist/globalist opposition has been stunning.

Trump right now looks to be heading for another landslide. 

Lets hope the GOP win back the House and retain  the Senate. Man then you will see America do so well. 

That of course will upset the American hating marxist scumbags like redshark and his very sevile gimp Redrooi. They will be moaning and whining like babies with wind for the next 4 years. Hahahahahaha. 

Jun 29, 2020, 21:10

A rather typical and predictable Trumpanzee response . . . basically saying that if all the silly conspiracy theories are true then Bozo is wonderful.


One term failure!

Jun 29, 2020, 21:32

The green eyed monster strikes again. Hahahaha.

Rooitwit you surely can't be stupid enough to think those polls are accurate!
Remember what happened last time rooitwit. 
November is looming. As we get near to election day a funny thing will happen. The Polls will move Trump's way.
All the anti American activities of the demonrats and their BLM and Antifa buddies has disgusted America. 

Jun 29, 2020, 22:00

Peeper why  don’t you  just admit that you were totally fooled into believing the Russia hoax. Yes I know it’s embarrassing but you’ll feel better knowing you don’t have to defend the lie every day.

Jun 30, 2020, 10:03

". . . why  don’t you  just admit that you were totally fooled into believing the Russia hoax" (sic)

Another stinking lie from a stinking liar.

Moffie, where did I ever deny what you call a hoax and what any intelligent person knows to be the truth about Russian collusion?

Huh liar?

I have nothing to "admit". I have consistently said that Bozo only won the 2016 election because of Russian interference and I feel no embarrassment saying that. The alternative is almost too unbelievable to contemplate . . . that there are enough Americans who - like you - are stupid enough to vote for this incompetent, self-serving and bungling fool. 

What you stupid and brainwashed little Trumpanzees don't grasp is that the Mueller report did not exonerate Bozo. Mueller said himself that he felt the evidence he presented was enough to impeach Bozo. This was despite Bozo and his White House stooges refusing to answer questions, discrediting Mueller and his team at every possible opportunity and editing the report that did finally come out.

Bozo grovelled in front of Putin in Helsinki, he took Russia's word ahead of his own intelligence agencies and now it turns out that he was briefed about Taliban bounties on American lives and was too gutless to do anything about it. A weak fool who is more a Russian asset than he is a president of the USA.

It's not just Russia and Putin. Bozo regularly sucks up to traditional US enemies and tin pot dictators like Kim Jong-Un, Recep Erdogan, Mohammad bin Salman (who all play him like the pathetic little puppet that he is) while pretending to be some kind of tough guy when it comes to the USA's traditional allies like the UK and Germany . . . and he is particularly rude and boorish to woman leaders like Thereasa May (who he called "weak" and "lacking in courage") and Angela Merkel (who he called "stupid"). Typical cowardly behaviour from a weak, stupid and ill-mannered oaf.

According to many credible sources (like National Security advisors HR McMaster and John Bolton, Defense Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Chief of Staff John Kelly), when Bozo is on a call to Rocket-Man, MBS or Putin, he's a servile arselicker who listens to what he's told and only interrupts occasionally to boast about his wealth, to tell them what a "genius" he is and to trash his predecessors . . . while they give him his instructions. It's a different story when he's on a call to any of his European "allies". Then he changes his tune and he's hostile, bullying and demeaning, especially if it's a woman on the phone.

What a truly repulsive human being.

I'm no longer surprised by Bozo's stupidity, his narcissism, his lies or his lack of basic manners and decency . . . the only thing that still surprises me is how many stupid Trumpanzees there are that are gullible and brainwashed enough to carry on drinking the Kool Aid. 

Now, Moffie, be a good chap and try to incorporate even the tiniest amount of honesty and integrity into your whiny and attention-seeking posts in future and stop lying through those rotting, yellow teeth of yours.

Okay? There's a good chap . . .

Jun 30, 2020, 21:30


Jul 01, 2020, 00:52

“  Trumpanzees don't grasp is that the Mueller report did not exonerate Bozo. 

Did not exonerate him of what exactly? 

Bear in mind that (a) nobody in the USA legal system can exonerate anybody. Not even the President can exonerate someone. 

(b) Under US law, a prosecutor has one of two choices and he has to choose one. He is not allowed to decline to choose one. They are to either prosecute or to decline to prosecute, ie to dismiss. That’s it. He has exceeded his powers with his finding of not exonerating Trump. Shit, I would have thought that you would have caught on by now, but here we are. You are still too stupid to understand that. 

And to top it all, the so-called “exoneration” had nothing to do with the Russian interference. SFA

Jul 02, 2020, 07:57

Quite funny how the anti-religious RooiCommie so readily relies on Aquinas' proofs. 

Jul 02, 2020, 08:18

I don't think I'll waste my time trying to find out what straws DumbPlum is clutching at this time or what I said that he thinks is exclusive to Thomas Aquinas. 

We all know it will end up with DumbPlum expressing amazement that no-one else is following his bizarre stream-of-consciousness ramblings.

Let sleeping dogs lie and all that sort of thing . . .

Jul 02, 2020, 12:31

99.9% of anti-vaxxers are religious.... As are most conspiracy theorists....
They believe Bill Gates is trying to murder the world, by reducing the population by about 80%. 

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Jul 02, 2020, 19:35

"99.9% of anti-vaxxers are religious..."

BS, most anti vaxxers don't trust the safty of vaccines and believe it's unsafe and can cause cancer and autism...of the religious, to my knowledge, it's mostly Jehovah Witnesses that are against blood transfusion...and they are a fringe religion. Some Pentecostal evangelicals believe taking meds is a sign of a lack of faith, but again, fringe groups. 

As for distrusting the safety of vaccines...go Google the ingredients of some of them. Some nasty stuff used as preservatives...and the live tissue used to "grow" some of it...but ignorance is bliss. ..."I  am Legend" might become a reality if we meddle with things we don't properly understand. Unintended consequences. 

Jul 02, 2020, 21:59

Old rooitwit is such a weasel he can't admit he was completely fooled yet again by CNN re the Russian hoax

Trump has been investigated more than any President in American history and they have still found zero. Obviously Trump must be the cleanest politician ever. Would a single demonrat survive similar scrutiny!!!!

In fact as far as Russia is concerned the people now proven to be colluding with Russia were Crooked Hillary and the DNC. 


Poor wee Redrooi and Redshark have been left looking the biggest idiots this board has ever witnessed. 

 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA man these two jackasses are hilarious.

Jul 03, 2020, 00:08


Jul 03, 2020, 20:59


Jul 04, 2020, 01:08

.. For the third time this week, Trump plays golf amid Russian bounty scandal, coronavirus spikes

The fragile world of Donald J. Trump

Easily broken.
Easily broken. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

He is powerful, but brittle.

He blusters like no other, but lives in constant fear of humiliation.


He has a command of the media spotlight unlike any president, but lives and dies by the vagaries of the coverage that alters his mood and troubling facts determined to penetrate his bubble of irreality.

Donald Trump is a supervillain with weaknesses that may well destroy him, no matter how much he rages. He’s turned a great republic into a comic-opera version of every Third World kleptocracy, with everything right down to its own Uday and Qusay. From that fateful day in 2015 until this year, the impenetrable reality distortion field around Trump was immune to things like consequence, accountability and the law.

While this election is a long way from over, Donald Trump’s position today is the weakest of any incumbent president since Jimmy Carter. His polling is shockingly weak in almost every demographic group except for his hardest-core Trumphadi supporters. Around 23% of the electorate remains profoundly committed to Trump, while the rest of America looks on with an increasing sense of dismissal. The “right track/wrong track” numbers pollsters and political pros follow are dismal. Americans blame Trump.

Trump’s position in credible polling in swing states has dropped to levels so low the flashing danger signs are all around. He’s behind in vital states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina and Arizona. Heck, Trump’s basically tied in Texas and Georgia, which has given his campaign a rising sense of justified panic.

At this moment, there is no credible evidence that Trump has managed to arrest the slide in declining numbers across the board. Even his vaunted base is cracking, slowly losing its cohesion with white working-class voters. Yes, a large majority of Republicans still support him, but the numbers tell the tale of a drop in voter intensity on the Republican side Trump desperately needs to maintain.

As the fall election approaches, Trump is running a base-only election campaign that is deliberately, overtly racially provocative. From his gas-them get-tough response to the protests following the George Floyd police murder to his stubborn defense of the Confederacy even as Mississippi learns better, Trump isn’t exactly breaking through with African-American voters.

Trump seems to exist in a world of wish-casting nonsense about the percentage of African-American voters who will back him in the general election. Call me crazy, but as a political strategist I’ve never once seen loyalty to Confederate generals and their statues, or resistance to renaming military bases once branded for those slavery-supporting generals as a big political winner with black voters.

As with all things, Trump could do something about these problems, but he’s so stubborn and determined to punch up white male non-college voter turnout that he’s willing to tolerate a little racial arson on the way.

Trump got here on his own steam. His endless mistakes, his inhumane and cruel affect, and his narrow and divisive strategy has devolved into what is essentially an ongoing, ugly reality television show barely befitting the title of presidency. It’s one thing to be a swaggering tough guy, but you’ve got to follow through. It’s one thing to reshape political opinion to your own desires, but you’ve got to back it up with successes.

The largest single factor in Trump’s decline is, of course, his epic mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic. From the start, Trump deceived, denied and distorted the truth about the virus, and even after he understood just how far this disease would cut into American life, he continued to say things like, “The hardship will end, it will end soon. Normal life will return.”

No, Mr. President. Normal life isn’t returning any time soon and Americans know it. Maybe something closer to normal would’ve returned sooner if you had vigorously championed mask-wearing months ago and not held indoor rallies with unmasked enthusiasts, but that’s another matter.

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Trump’s rush to reopen the economy against the advice of medical and scientific professionals was classic Trumpism: He put his own political and personal desires, that gut he idiotically and endlessly trusts, over the lives, health and well-being of the American people.

What’s tragically revealing is no one is shocked that he did this. The consequences of giving a major global pandemic a sudden chance to spread again led to the inevitable. We ended the lockdown too soon, and so more lives will be lost and more suffering endured. The rapid reopening idea was transparently intended to improve Trump’s chances at the ballot box this November, and represents one of the most consequential political mistakes in generations.

For many of Trump’s supporters, the economy was the killer app. For suburban voters in the classes generally insulated from economic shocks, the rising stock market, juiced by the Federal Reserve, gave Trump a simple, salable metric. It was the one thing even his followers who felt a sense of discomfort about his behavior could point to and feel comforted (well, maybe judges). Trump himself understood it quite well, which is why he wanted to rush to reopen the economy to get the one signifier he cared about perking up in the right direction.


As that narrative unravels, so do others.

One common element in Republicans for the past 50 years or so has been the claim that the GOP is the party of national defense, the hard men and women determined to protect us from terrorism and foreign military threats. This trope came in handy for Ronald Reagan, George Herbert Walker Bush and George W. Bush. Trump wanted to outdo them all, and was so determined to rival even Kim Jong Un in his love of missile parades.

The trappings of martial power he adores fly in the face of how he’s made us weaker in a dangerous world. This week, a deeply shocking story of a Russian program to pay off Taliban killers for the murder of American soldiers rocked Washington. It’s one more inexplicable (or perhaps completely explicable) example of Trump bowing down before Vladimir Putin and putting American lives and American interests after those of the Russian authoritarian. Russia is the through-line of so many of his problems that its revival has Trump and his team on the back foot.

We become painfully accustomed to the chaos inherent in a Donald Trump administration. Every day, a new crisis. Every day, a new division of the country. The election is less than 125 days away, and although he’s weak now, Trump should never be underestimated. He’s a crafty, almost feral creature when it comes to survival, and no one should take anything for granted in the next four months.

Wilson, a political consultant, author of “Running Against the Devil” and “Everything Trump Touches Dies.”

Jul 13, 2020, 22:05

What a loser!

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