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Is Trump Simply The Worst Human Being We Can Imagine? 14 Experts Weigh In

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Is Trump Simply The Worst Human Being We Can Imagine? 14 Experts Weigh In

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Reprinted with permission from Alternet.

No doubt, there are historians who are already willing to call Donald Trump the worst president in history. It is hard to imagine how, in such a short time, an elected president could reveal how truly bad he is; how ignorant, insensitive, mendacious, dysfunctional, self-centered, and at times borderline psychotic. But all this may add up to more than just “worst president.” Trump may be the worst human being alive—the most hated person in America and throughout the world today.

How do you decide whether someone is the worst person alive? You probably include in your criteria stupid behavior, lies and cheating, lack of grace and charm, cruelty, obsession with revenge, and constantly putting other people down—the weaker the better. But it’s also important to check in on public opinion, or rather media opinion, to contextualize Trump’s horrific standing.

TV Cheat Sheet likes to keep track of all the truly unpopular people, and it has dubbed Donald Trump the “most hated person in 2017” so far. Trump was also number one in 2016, which kind of says it all.

Trump’s most serious competition for most hated person alive is Martin Shkreli, who is high on most lists of people the public loathes. Shkreli, the former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, earned the ire of millions of Americans by hiking the price for the anti-parasitic drug Daraprim by 5,000 percent. He was also arrested for fraud.

The two other people who consistently rate high on the TV Cheat Sheet hate-o-meter, perhaps offering Trump some competition, are Kim Jong-un and Justin Beiber. Kim is “North Korea’s supreme leader, a petty dictator who is more concerned with being feared on the international stage than fixing the horrid living conditions of his country’s citizens,” while Bieber has had “a string of bad actions and public controversies in recent years, including vandalism, driving under the influence, resisting arrest and taking prescription drugs.”

Others who find their way onto various most-hated lists are child molester Jared Fogel, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian (both as a couple and when measured separately), O.J. Simpson, Casey Anthony, Bernie Madoff, Michael Moore, Mel Gibson, and Tiger Woods.

And some of the worst dead people in history consistently show up on these kinds of lists: Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Osama bin Laden to name a few.

In the end, Trump triumphs as the most despised man alive today in America, and probably the world.

In order to show all the ways in which Trump earns this top spot, we offer the following colorful, often brilliant and truly depressing descriptions of Trump, composed by a range of experts and writers who have piercingly observed the U.S.’s 45th and very worst president.

We let the experts speak

1. Joe Conason, AlterNetMost Americans despise the president—a blustering, feckless lout who ignores [the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution]… as he undermines freedom of the press and the free exercise of religion. He has appointed a government of plutocrats, mostly mirroring his own unfitness for office, who appear determined to dismantle the institutions that have made this country humane, strong, prosperous, and respected. Along with his political associates and members of his family, he has encouraged and emboldened the very worst elements in American politics, including so-called white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and neo-Confederates, all echoing his promise to “Make America Great Again.” They cannot make America great again.

2. Kali Holloway, AlterNetTrump’s presidency is what happens when you elect a vengeful man-baby with an insatiable lust for power, a desperate need for attention, and endless reserves of contempt for the masses. Instead of accountability or transparency, ideas or innovation, you get a commander-in-chief whose most salient traits are narcissistic self-interest, hypersensitivity to criticism and a knee-jerk tendency toward abuse. Question the job Trump is doing and instead of a vigorous defense of his policies or proposals you’ll get a hastily worded middle finger. Who are you to question me, the president? Trump seems to be saying: You’re nobody.

3. Roger CohenNew York Times: Donald Trump is a thug. He’s a thug who talks gibberish, and lies, and cheats, and has issues, to put it mildly, with women. He’s lazy and limited and he has an attention span of a nanosecond. He’s a “gene believer” who thinks he has “great genes” and considers the German blood, of which he is proud, “great stuff.” Mexicans and Muslims, by contrast, don’t make the cut.

He’s managed to bring penis size and menstrual cycles and the eating habits of a former Miss Universe into the debate for the highest office in the land. He’s mocked and mimicked the handicapped and the pneumonia-induced malaise of Hillary Clinton. His intellectual interests would not fill a safe-deposit box at Trump Tower. There’s more ingenuity to his hairstyle than any of his rambling pronouncements. His political hero is Vladimir Putin, who has perfected what John le Carré once called the “classic, timeless, all-Russian, bare-faced whopping lie.”

This is a man who likes to strut and gloat. He’s such a great businessman he declared a loss of $916 million on his 1995 tax return, a loss so huge the tax software program used by his accountant choked at the amount, which had to be added manually.

Roger Cohen in a later column, ‘Trump 2020 Is No Joke’: Trumpism is a form of collective gaslighting at Twitter speed. It is founded on the principle that velocity trumps veracity — perfect for the president’s manic personality. It reflects the president’s intuitive sense—through his own acute experience — of limited attention spans. It seeks to achieve dominance through a whirlwind of individually meaningless but cumulatively manipulative statements.

4. Michael Arceneaux, The RootY’all’s president is one vacationing-ass bitch. It hasn’t even been a smooth full month into Tropicana Jong-il’s four-year term (insert laugh track here), and the man has taken every weekend off. To his credit, much like his racism, his xenophobia, his sexism, his narcissism, his creepy obsession with his daughter and his insecurities, 45 has not been shy about sharing his laziness with the world. […] 1) This man is not very interested in being president other than in the title; 2) he is taking advantage of U.S. taxpayers by going to the resort he owns every single weekend; and, most important, 3) he is a lazy piece of shit.

5. ABC political editor Chris Uhlmann, as described by Bronte Coy at News.com.auABC’s political editor Chris Uhlmann didn’t pull any punches when he delivered his wrap-up of Trump’s appearance at the conference, calling him an “uneasy, lonely, awkward figure” who was left “isolated and friendless” with “no desire and no capacity to lead the world.”

“He has a particular skill set: he’s identified an illness in Western democracies, but he has no cure for it and seems intent on exploiting it,” the veteran journalist said.

And according to Uhlmann, we all need to give up on any hope that the speeches written for Trump and delivered by the man himself are any reflection of his true thoughts.

“It’s the unscripted Trump that’s real: a man who barks out bile in 140 characters, who wastes his precious days as President at war with the West’s institutions like the judiciary, independent government agencies, and the free press.”

The reporter added: “Mr Trump is a man who craves power because it burnishes his celebrity. To be constantly talking and talked about is all that really matters… and there is no value placed on the meaning of words, so what is said one day can be discarded the next.”

Watch the two-minute video of Chris Uhlmann:

6. Rosa Brooks, Foreign Policy: In his 1973 classic, A Random Walk Down Wall Street, economist Burton Malkiel famously argued that “A blindfolded monkey throwing darts at a newspaper’s financial pages could select a portfolio that would do just as well as one carefully selected by experts.” … In our new national science experiment, we’re now embarking on a four-year, uncontrolled experiment in whether the same principle applies to governing.Just as child labor laws (for now!) prevent us from placing a 9-year-old in the Oval Office, ethical concerns about the treatment of animals prevent us from literally installing a blindfolded monkey in the White House. With Donald Trump making decisions, however, we’ve got the next best thing.

7. David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, in his foreword to Mark Singer’s 2016 book, Trump and MeThis was a gentleman who went on the radio to say of his former wife, “Nice tits, no brains.” His vulgarity was unstoppable and without limit. He didn’t much care if it came off a little crude. He knew you couldn’t resist listening. “You know,” he said, “it doesn’t really matter what they write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass.” Not only was Trump beyond insult or parody, he seemed a distinctly local product, like the smell of a Times Square subway platform in mid-August.

8. Max Boot, Foreign PolicyMore broadly, Trump has had a lifetime — 71 years — and access to America’s finest educational institutions (he’s a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, he never tires of reminding us) to learn things. And yet he doesn’t seem to have acquired even the most basic information that a high school student should possess.

Why does he know so little? Because he doesn’t read books or even long articles. “I never have,” he proudly told a reporter last year. “I’m always busy doing a lot.” As president, Trump’s intelligence briefings have been dumbed down, denuded of nuance, and larded with maps and pictures because he can’t be bothered to read a lot of words. He’d rather play golf.

The surest indication of how not smart Trump is that he thinks his inability or lack of interest in acquiring knowledge doesn’t matter. He said last year that he reaches the right decisions “with very little knowledge other than the knowledge I [already] had, plus the words ‘common sense,’ because I have a lot of common sense and I have a lot of business ability.”

9. Eve Peyser, ViceTrump’s impulsive recklessness, his pathological need to impress, is his defining characteristic. As New York magazine’s Olivia Nuzzi remarked on Twitter, “President Trump once read a senator’s cell phone number aloud just to fuck with him. Of course he can’t keep classified info to himself.”

We’re dealing with a man who literally thinks exercising too much is bad because your body has a finite amount of energy. He told the Economist that he invented the very common expression “priming the pump,” which would be sort of funny if he was joking. What does Russia “have” on Donald Trump? The same thing everyone does: Trump is stupid.

10. Cornel West to Amy Goodman on Democracy Now!Now you get someone who’s narcissistic, which is to say out of control psychologically, who is ideologically confused, which is to say in over his head. And who does he choose? The most right-wing, reactionary zealots, which lead toward the arbitrary deployment of law, which is what neofascism is, but to reinforce corporate interest, big bank interest, and to keep track of those of us who are cast as other—peoples of color, women, Jews, Arabs, Muslims, Mexicans and so forth and so on. So this is one of the most frightening moments in the history of this very fragile empire and fragile republic.

11. Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post: Whatever the explanation, Trump does not evidence any greater knowledge or sophistication than he possessed when he entered office. You’d think he would have learned somethingin four months. Then again, maybe the rudimentary practices of government are simply beyond him. One need not be a psychiatrist nor an educator to see that he is incapable of performing the functions of his job — executing the laws, keeping the nation’s secrets, following routine security procedures. In short, maybe he is not compromised nor mentally ill, but simply dumb.

12. Paul Wood, The Spectator: Unflattering stories in the U.S. media portray Trump as behaving like, well, Trump. The President is served Diet Coke at lunch while his guests get only water; the President gets two scoops of vanilla ice cream, his guests one. My sources say the President often fails to attend his daily intelligence briefing; when he does, his attention span is disastrously short; he’ll read only documents a page or two long which “must have pictures.” Some believe Twitter’s time stamps even show him tweeting during these briefings.

A regular visitor to the White House told me that leaks about the President shouting at his senior staff were true. “The White House is not a happy place.” Television images show Trump getting to the lectern in the West Wing to make an announcement, then forgetting to make it and walking out; Trump’s critics paint a picture of the President as rambling, confused, irritable and prone to tantrums: the madness of King Donald.

Some of those critics have an explanation for this: not porphyria — the “blue urine” disease that afflicted George III — but dementia. One of the TV news shows that so infuriates the President, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” devoted a whole segment to this. The host, Joe Scarborough, compared a “mumbling and incoherent” Trump to his aged mother who had dementia — though, he said: “We’re not diagnosing anything.”

13. Michael Winship, BillMoyers.comA tune was running through my head…the opening number from the 1980 musical Barnum, that glorified the master showman….P.T. Barnum….[T]hat show is long overdue for a revival, although it easily can be argued that there’s no need — P.T. Barnum is alive and well and living in the White House.

Donald Trump is the con man huckster of all time, and in his sway are the many descendants of those suckers who back in the day provided a steady livelihood for good old P.T. There are differences….But the similarities are there for sure — each man endeavoring to create sideshows that fool both the public and the media with clever tricks that distract the eye. Barnum did it for fun and profit; Trump out of malice, a desperate need for attention and most important to the country, the desire to divert attention from the fact that in less than six months his administration has flamed out in many spectacular ways, while at the same time effectively wrought havoc with representative democracy and government.

Subverting rules and regulations, upending international agreements and offending other countries while backslapping right-wing nationalists, sending the justice system hurtling back toward the 19th century, enabling the very rich (including himself) to get much, much richer and the poor to fall through the safety net (the Trumpcare debacle) — what we’ve seen in such a short time is a brutish, conscious effort to subvert the inalienable rights both guaranteed and implied by the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

14. Tony Schwartz, ghostwriter of Trump’s autobiography, The Art of the Deal, talking to The New Yorker’s Jane Mayer last July after Trump announced his run for the presidency: “I put lipstick on a pig,” [Schwartz] said. “I feel a deep sense of remorse that I contributed to presenting Trump in a way that brought him wider attention and made him more appealing than he is.” He went on, “I genuinely believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the end of civilization.” If he were writing The Art of the Deal today, Schwartz said, it would be a very different book with a very different title. Asked what he would call it, he answered, “The Sociopath.”

Don Hazen is the executive editor of AlterNet.

This article was made possible by the readers and supporters of AlterNet.

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50 Comments

  1. Aaron_of_Portsmouth July 10, 2017

    Simply stated, there is no being identified as human who has walked the face of the planet with as awful an MO as Donald Trump.

    The confluence of enormous wealth in the possession of one person which no king or emperor in the past could ever conceive of, along with a unique gift to lie so glibly, a habit of constant whining that exceeds what an ordinary 2 year old would do, and the availability of so much cutting edge communications technology undreamed of by previous despots, to manipulate information in so many ways as to create constant confusion and/or distractions, puts him in a position unparalleled in human history.

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    1. Johnny five July 11, 2017

      You are a real loser,

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      1. Aaron_of_Portsmouth July 11, 2017

        And you are a 5 year old.

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        1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

          Johnny five’s only job is paid for by Putin. Ask him to explain why Nemtsov was poisoned by chemicals ONLY the Putin government has access to. Dollar to a donut Johnny Boy is like Donny Boy…has no clue how many Putin dissenters have been murdered.

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          1. You don’t know anything either! Pure bluff as always! Right wing propaganda.
            America knows and has access to ALL Chemicals and manufactures deadly ones that it sells world wide to its patsies.

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      2. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

        So Johnny Jim Joe Jesse James, if Aaron is a loser, that makes you the lowest of low lifes doesn’t it?

        Always when a man can’t support his own lies and tries to prove negatives grown ups all know you can’t possibly do, he shows the lowest rung of the ladder upon which his parents raised him.

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        1. Johnny five July 15, 2017

          Close your legs you are letting the flies out again! Nasty woman.

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          1. Eleanore Whitaker July 16, 2017

            The only reason a turd like you was born was because your Mommy had spring open legs and Daddy’s limp dick barely produced swimmers. You were just a misfire.

            When it comes to legs open, your women in your family make Melania the First Whore look like a virgin.

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          2. Johnny five August 12, 2017

            Your a racist pig just like Obama. What a loser

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          3. Eleanore Whitaker August 13, 2017

            No I’m truth. How are your Neo Nazi boys who murdered an innocent woman in VA doing today? Up for murder charges aren’t they?

            Nice those asshats used the excuse to show ass in Virginia by pretending they were defending a statue or Robert E. Lee.

            Eat your heart out. Now, for all time, your KKK, White Nationalists and White Supremacists will never again be allowed to show ass in public again. Now, they are labeled what they are middle aged, hateful, fat gut, beer swilling, high school drop outs…oh gee…just like you and your daddy and his daddy and his daddy before him.

            Get over it hater boy. America is not a white man’s paradise. Women are getting so pissed off with men like you that you now run the risk of women ganging up on your kind and deballed you to shut you the hell up.

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          4. Johnny five August 15, 2017

            I hate no one you racist pig

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          5. Eleanore Whitaker August 15, 2017

            If you think you and your right wing hater boys can deny it all, think again. Your heroes are the most hateful bastards in this country: Richard Spencer and David Duke.

            You don’t get to pretend anyone but you is a racist. We read your posts. Every single one of them tries in some sneaky bastard way to bash Obama or when we point out Trump’s lies, you go for the “Obama did it too,” Routine.

            Sorry. You are a hater boy and have been since Big Daddy “cut him a switch” to discipline you.

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  2. yabbed July 11, 2017

    How are we going to survive the treachery of the Republican Party? Their cavalier attitude toward Trump’s perfidy makes them traitors to the United States. They GOP is willing to let the United States fail in order to get a big tax cut for the richest of the rich? For the freedom to be public bigots and racists? To be able to put in place anti-women laws? To degrade the air and water? They find it okay for Russia to take down America for that?

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    1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

      When you live in the Metro area, you know one major thing about Trump, his low life bum daughter and sons…They never fail to deny. They figure if they feast at the table of denial long enough, it will translate their ill conceived lying, cheating and thievery into “the new normal.” No. It won’t.

      Trump and his grifter family are like Jack Merridew, the leader of the savage boys in Lord of the Flies. Merridew knew a big mouth and show of might was all he needed to convince more of the civilized boys to get on board. The wilder Jack grew, the less civilized they became. Do we wait till Little Jackie Trump takes a page from his hero, Putin’s books and starts making Americans who won’t be forced to his will to “disappear?”

      Trump said in plain words, “I am honored to meet Putin.” He is honored to meet a leader who has killed off 41 journalists in only 5 years that we actually know of? Putin and Trump have turned lying into an art form. Putin denies the hacking. Trump accepts the denial by claiming it could have been “China or North Korea.”

      Except that neither China nor North Korea cared enough about Trump to want him to be president as was already publicly stated by the Chinese president. The ONLY one who had a stake in infiltrating the US government was Putin and the only way he could do that was with a moron in chief like Trump.

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      1. idamag July 11, 2017

        This must be so frustrating to you. The metropolitan areas have lived and died in a diverse area. They exchange ideas and therefore are more learned than the backwoods places. You see the hicks from the sticks popping up on these boards all the time. Their lack of facts and knowledge should embarrass them, but it doesn’t. The metropolitan areas could see what trump was. A report came out, recently, that the white, rural areas are shrinking. The urban areas are growing. I foresee this as meaning less and less people are going to be electing presidents for the many. A writer to our paper said, the electoral college was a good thing as it gave a voice to small communities. So I think all of us should have a voice, not the butt scratching, spitting backward people. Do I sound angry? I am.

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        1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

          We in the Metro area aren’t Sherman tanks for no reason. It has always been our Metro Media that has reined Trump in. From the earliest days of his obnoxious behavior with his Mommy Mary Ann supporting him to being expelled to his Daddy’s horror from 2 military schools. To the 18 month long cat fights between Ivana and Marla and then Trump trying to ditch Marla without paying alimoney by demanding she get a paternity test to prove Tiffany is his daughter. That was when his assification began to show.

          He impregnated Maples in the 18 months he was still married to Ivana so Ivana would divorce him.

          Trump has always cheated to win. This is what we in the Metro area know of him so well. He just can’t play with clean hands. We came to expect him to be “dirty.”

          I have lost all faith in the Electoral College. When it was first the design of the Founding Fathers, the sole purpose was to give the states with the smallest populations equality in elections.

          But look at how Republicans have now abused that to where they continually gerrymander and redistrict to create an increase in the number of Electoral College votes. That’s abuse.

          I now the Electors were all bribed. Why? Because that is always how Trump operates. Wave money in front of people or some other low life “title” they think will make them a bigger profit.

          The Electors vote on paper ballots. They are only chosen by state legislators from both parties. Would you trust the GOP not to bribe the electors to vote as they tell them to?

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    2. larm007 July 11, 2017

      America is “taking down” America. We’ve hacked our own elections. Just ask all the legal voters that were purged in 2000 and 2016. The electoral College system is not democratic. Five in our history have been ‘elected’ without the popular vote. Bush and Trump being the last two, and we all know now how horrible one was, and how horrible one is. The people have lost their country to the ruling elite and if we don’t seriously rise up, not only will nothing change, it will get worse.

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      1. Dapper Dan July 11, 2017

        I read yesterday where a minority voter in Wisconsin had recently lost her drivers license. When she went to vote in the general election she had her social security card, several other pieces of ID confirming who she was and guess what ? They would not let her vote and as we all know Clinton narrowly lost the dairy state because of these discriminatory voting laws designed to suppress Democrats votes. A lot of other US lawmakers are just as complicit as Russia was for interfering in a lawful federal election. And I agree if we went to the popular vote and abolished the Electoral College we wouldn’t have to tolerate these shenanigans on the state level

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    3. idamag July 11, 2017

      That is a good question. We might have to suffer big in order to wake up to what the republicans have become. When, as a body, they signed a pledge to a gambling mogul in Las Vegas, this should have been a wake up call to the voters.

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  3. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

    Trump is born with a diabolical mental defect. To Trump, everything outside his little realm of control is wrong and can be altered to suit.

    Here is a man who has NEVER taken out the trash, spent a night with a sick child, cared for an elderly parent or had to worry about making ends meet. This is presidential material? The biggest difference between most US presidents like Truman, Eisenhower, Clinton and Obama is they didn’t have a Daddy hand them $320 million to start a real estate business. They came up through their ranks with elbow grease, courage and the willingness to serve others. The only “other” Trump ever serves are those who feather his nest all comfy and cushy.

    For all of you out there who are ready to turn the tables on the Trump Gaggle of Grifters and their Russian helpmate, Putin, the first step is studying the mentality of the man Trump now admires most: Vladmir Putin.

    PBS is airing a really in depth program, “Inside Russia.” If you missed the first broadcast, try to catch it on PBS online. This will educate you and startle you with how much of the Putinesque traits Trump is following to take over government. He won’t if you all make the concerted effort to do unto the Trump trolls and Putin BEFORE they do unto you. This means ethical hacking and doing the very things they think will create the same government chaos that earned Putin his Russian title…so what if you have to bombard a few Ruskie trolls? They’d do it to you in a heartbeat. So what if you have to toss back all of those viruses they are using on your computers to silence you? Revenge is sweetest when it is savored over a silenced Russian troll.

    They do not have any right to interfer in our elections. Take them down any way you can. But do it without any fanfare. A covert action is always more effective than a highly broadcast one.

    When the number of Americans giving as good as the Ruskies gave, they’ll figure out they can’t win and will move on to their next victims.

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    1. Aaron_of_Portsmouth July 11, 2017

      Thanks—I’ll check that out. And Trump does have an eerie manner about him that is Putin-esque.

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      1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

        You know what scared me most about this documentary? The similarities behind Trump’s strategies and Putin’s. In the first of this series, Putin made a concerted effort to use propaganda and false media to create government chaos so it would weaken the strongest dissenters of the Putin takeover.

        More frightening was how Putin managed to embed so much false media until Russians were thoroughly indoctrinated by his propaganda. It wasn’t until Hillary Clinton as SOS warned the Russians the Putin was rigging the election that hundreds of thousands swarmed Moscow streets in protest.

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    2. idamag July 11, 2017

      We did have some presidents born into privilege, who had consciences and empathy for those who were not born into wealth.. The Roosevelts and the Kennedys.

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      1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

        One of the reasons I so admire George Soros is that he comes from the most humblest of beginnings. Here is a man who lived through Nazi takeover of Hungary and then fled when the Communists occupied the country.

        As with most refugees, Mr. Soros left without a dime to his name. All he had was a keen financial mind and the determination and persistence to commit himself to bettering his life and that of so many others.

        Today, Mr. Soros annually donates 45% of his income to education. Unlike Charles and David Koch or worse, Trump who set up charitable trusts ONLY to amass tax exemptions.

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  4. Dapper Dan July 11, 2017

    In my defense not only did I not vote for this damn old fool my wife and I with my stepson were out campaigning and phoning support for Clinton the true winner of last years election. My conscience is clear as he wreaks havoc here at home and when he goes abroad. Most hated President definitely but it gets tricky trying to assess him as most hated person alive in the world today. He has lots of company with Kim Jon un, Vladimir Putin and many ISIS leaders but he is at the top as most dangerous with his combination of stupidity and hatred possessing the nuclear codes. God help us all ????

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    1. idamag July 11, 2017

      My conscience is clear. I not only did not vote for this thug, but none of my children nor their spouses did.

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      1. Dapper Dan July 11, 2017

        I’m keeping at arms length those that not only voted Trump but continue to support his sorry ass. I don’t have the energy to spend time with any family and acquaintances who can’t see him for the monster he really is. This guy is surrounded by evil influences and I’m still stunned as to why people still make excuses for his abhorrent behavior

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        1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

          Here in NJ, they’d love to turn Trump into a cement bridge support. This thief just doesn’t pay what he owes. They’ll most likely get him on money laundering that will prove his collusion and obstruction of the 2016 election. Follow the money like they did with WaterGate as John Dean has said.

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      2. 788eddie July 11, 2017

        I can proudly say the same, idamag, and I’m a registered Republican.

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        1. idamag July 11, 2017

          That makes you better. You can think. A lot of ideologues cannot. I came from a family that was so proud that our ancestor was one of the first Republicans. He proudly voted for Lincoln and was an abolitionist. Of course, I dislike what the t-party republicans have done to the party. My family changed parties in the 40s, having experienced the great depression. I do not belong to a party, I agreed with Jefferson and John Adams that political parties were not a good thing. John Adams claimed they would cause division and chaos. This is what has happened. Divide and conquer will aid and assist the powerful big business people who make their money stiffing their employees.

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    2. Beethoven July 11, 2017

      I can say the same, for the most part. When Trump was still only one of 17 Republican candidates, I was telling people who were willing to listen, that I thought Trump was the most dangerous of all the candidates, though I considered Ted Cruz a close second. While my wife and I did not actively campaign for Hillary, my wife did make financial contributions to her campaign (with my consent), and we tried to convince some people that Hillary was a much better choice. But most of the people we know were convinced that Hillary was untrustworthy, and simply would not listen to anything suggesting that Trump was not the answer to our problems.

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      1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

        You know how you can certify Trump was Putin’s choice? When Clinton Watts, the former CIA agent under Bush ’43 and Obama was being deposed at the Senate hearing, he dropped a bombshell on Rubio when he told the committee that the Clinton campaign was not the only one hacked. When he was asked who else’s campaign was hacked, Mr. Watts testified under oath that Rubio’s was hacked when the GOP primary came down to just Trump and Rubio.

        Why do that if the only objective was to be rid of Hillary? This only proves that Putin and Trump colluded to ensure he, not Rubio, was the victor.

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      2. Dapper Dan July 11, 2017

        Regarding Ted Cruz yes he is very dangerous. In a twisted way we’re better off with Trump only because he’s far more inept than Cruz. Ted is not stupid even though what he believes in is absolutely scary and dangerous. He’d have no problem using nukes maybe more than Trump would be willing to. It’s unfortunate that John Kasich didn’t get his party’s nomination. While not perfect he was much more moderate than the other presidential wannabes were

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  5. idamag July 11, 2017

    Trump is not the worst thing that was born on this planet. The horror is he is a culmination of the Republican Party. If Felons were allowed to run for president, the Republicans would vote for Charles Manson if he ran. We have a sick country. The United States is one of the most violent nations in the world. Yet, they refuse to have a study on the hate and anger that is malignant on our shores and throughout our nation.

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  6. cthetruth July 11, 2017

    How frightening this article is. I am so sad for our children and our country.This individual is really sick and his lack of empathy, common decency, ethics and morals is frightening. I am hoping the Republicans come to their senses and purge the White House of all of these criminals! ???? If not, I pray they lose badly in the mid-terms.

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    1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

      cthetruth, I was a Republican woman from 1966 until 2004 when I got so fed up with the white male bullies always being the only voices of that party.

      I never hated Bush ’43 because I was smart enough to know, given his own choice of a career, he would never have chosen politics. Today, GWB is already publicly taking Trump down. GWB has something Trump doesn’t, …a conscience and honor.

      Gutter trash has more quality than Trump. But, the Republicans are doing the very same type of cover up they pulled with Water Gate…prolonging as long as they can the end for Trump and his gaggle of grifters.

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      1. GWB participated in the highest treason act in the history of the USA. 9/11.
        If you do not understand this paradigm all your ensuing logic is flawed.

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        1. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

          GWB never laundered money. Neither did Obama or Hillary. But your prickhead in Chief got a $10 million fine from FinCEN and the U.S. Treasury for money laundering to terrorists. Ooooooooh I guess your Bannon balls are about to fall off from lack of use. Read and weep shitface: https://www.fincen.gov/news/news-releases/fincen-fines-trump-taj-mahal-casino-resort-10-million-significant-and-long

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          1. You’re getting vulgar Eleanore! Class what?
            I talked of the highest TREASON about GWB, Cheney and their gang. Against YOUR country. And the world.
            Your POTUS was Money laundering to terrorists? Really?
            Which ones? The insiders?
            They are your worst nightmare! You don’t even see them.
            You are mislead and misleading. Poor child.

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          2. Eleanore Whitaker July 11, 2017

            You bet I’m getting vulgar…look who the topic is…the guy who lets Russian whores pee in his face. The guy who told Cosmopolitan Magazine “Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your 14 year old daughter, than you wife? ” Where the hell do men like you come from? Pig stys?

            Trump got a fine for money laundering. Admit it or I will make sure you don’t forget how you lied.

            FinCEN fined Trump for money laundering here in NJ at his Taj Mahal Casino. Now Bannon asskisser, admit it.

            I know why sick bastards like you love Trump…he’s as much a con artist as you. The only difference is you can’t pay your way out of that prison cell right Bannon bad ass?

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          3. FinCEN fined Trump for money laundering here in NJ at his Taj Mahal Casino. I do not doubt that at all.
            Where are the terrorists now?

            The guy Trump is a narcissistic money man and uses every trick in the book. Like MANY if not all American “entrepreneurs”.
            Yes it is a French word.

            I don’t think you understand what I say because you are so psycho rigid, probably from bad food and drinks and sexual frustrations.

            You do not address the other issues I raise and there are many.
            Principally about the toxicity your nation spreads into the world.
            You do not realize how bad it is.

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          4. Aaron_of_Portsmouth July 26, 2017

            Taking lessons from Trump to bolster your sagging ego? You just love hearing yourself say nothing.

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  7. cthetruth July 11, 2017

    I also was a Republican, but it will be a cold day in hell before I ever go back to that party. I am disgusted that they spent millions trying to did up dirt on Hillary, which in my opinion was started when they knew she was thinking of running for office. They tried to discredit her, while now ignoring this treasonous Trump who is giving Russians secret intel, evidence that he and his team colluded with Russians to interfere in our elections in his favor and God knows what else. Where are the Republicans? Dead silence. Hypocrites.

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  8. ivory69690@yahoo.com July 11, 2017

    THE DONNY DUMP CLOWN SHOW has some big time issues first he has a inferiority complex THE DONNY DUMP CLOWN SHOW want every one to like him and feels he is the best thing ever . and when it shown by all he is nothing that any one could like people more have a deep hate for the DUMPSTER .. that’s when his inferiority complex comes in . he gets self centered of feeling bad for him self . then lashes out saying what’s wrong with every one im the best you are all wrong for not knowing this and seeing this . and he wonders why no one has the love for him that he has for him self . well DUMPSTER DONNY its because how you treat every one like crap fraud , con, & scamming every one you can . you make all hate you . when your not just screwing them you’re using them to another point of screwing them . now you have moved up to the world stage and yes you addicted , addict , junky with your only fix being attention . you have the world hate you with all thy can . you are the root to all evil a Satan with in you . there’s nothing good about you ! and you seem very happy that you are bring your evil cult KLAN evil kids down to the sewer in the nasty gutter . a place that even there is too good for you and them

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  9. What is excessive is insignificant!
    US President Trump is playing YOUR Karma.
    He absolutely represents YOU for us looking in from the outside.
    He is a wandering paradox. He wants peace and development for America.
    Who else does? I see people gnawing at a fantasy enemy desperately needed??? WHY?

    In this way POTUS TRUMP is helpful to the world to move the furniture around and expose the roaches and leeches that have run America through the lenses of Edgar’s heritage.
    The world deserves better. America has to be great again but not Bully dominant as it has been for too long. The metamorphosis is indispensable.
    Any twisted solution is better than the status quo we have endured for decades.
    In this respect Trump is useful because in his own peculiar ways he overturns the tables!
    Matthew 21:12.
    Surprised I use a religious reference are you not?
    This way you might understand what is at hand.

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    1. Aaron_of_Portsmouth July 26, 2017

      Sheer BS as usual. You need to get a CAT Scan. Just like Trump, you’re enamored with yourself, which is why you have a habit of writing a lot with no substance. The only difference between you and Trump is that you’re in Belgium and he’s in America.

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      1. Back héééé??? This is almost old hat. Anyways!
        You never answer the subjects discussed!
        As for the enamour of myself you are sooo right to the point that I copied some rules YOU (and Others) should obey scrupulously or ELSE.
        You shall have no other gods before Me.
        You shall not make idols.
        You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.
        Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
        So what about that for inflated EGO.
        I agree that the Ba Haï do not have these commandments and thus I’m still wondering why you need a god at all. Most gods are mean SOB.
        You seem otherwise intelligent somehow!
        But stick to the subject! Most of it is about political fantasy here…
        Fun too. Clowns running around everywhere!
        Cheers.

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  10. CPAinNewYork July 11, 2017

    This is an excellent article. I do have three observations:
    1. I believe that the name “Trump” is Scottish, not German.
    2. There were several accusations of Trump’s “stupidity,” but I read on Google that his IQ is 142. When challenged by a colleague, who proceeded to consult the internet, he discovered a Trump IQ of 156. The man is a lot of bad things, but he is not stupid.
    3. One respondent wrote that trump hates Jews. His son-in-law is Jewish and is Trump’s senior adviser. Further, Trump’s daughter Ivanka converted to Judaism and still seems to be the apple of her father’s eye.

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    1. The lucky one July 12, 2017

      I suspect the high IQ ratings are as phony as the clean bill of health given him by his personal pseudo-doctor during the campaign. Trump name was switched from the original Drumpf.

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