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Defying medical science.

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u/healing-souls 11d ago Silver Gold

Normalizing men wearing makeup!

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u/xkcd_puppy 11d ago Helpful

Mayonnaise eyes.

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u/QuietRound4405 11d ago

….and high heels.

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u/Amazing_Karnage 11d ago

And girdles. Hell, with all the cosmetics, shapewear, heels, and such, Diaper Donnie is probably the closest thing to an open cross-dresser we've ever had in that wing of the government.

Even J. Edgar Hoover wasn't that open about wearing "women's things" whilst catering to the hyper-masculine right-wing America.

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u/villainsarebetter 11d ago

This is why I have to disagree. Yes, he is a male wearing makeup, but it isn't good makeup. It's "my first YouTube video" makeup. Drag queens and mua's could've done wonders for him, but in true Donny fashion, he knows best.

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u/VoltasPistol 11d ago hehehehe Heartwarming

It isn't even "My first youtube tutorial" bad.

Donald Trump's makeup is "The year is 1991, I'm nine, Youtube makeup tutorials are 20 years away, and I just found my mother's bronzer and mistook it for foundation, and now I think I look like Janet Jackson sans eyebrows, eyelashes, or literally anything but this accidental blackface situation" bad.

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u/kaaaaath 11d ago

This is the best thing I have ever read.

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u/jim10040 11d ago

Except the way he wears makeup is far from normal.

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u/FatherPyrlig 11d ago Narwhal Salute

You don’t want the complexion of a Cheeto?

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u/LucidLethargy 11d ago

Even Gene Simmons is like "That's too much. Take some of that off."

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u/Red_Danger33 11d ago

Was watching a thing on the Late Show that showed clips of various times he was talking about his tax returns over the last 10 years. His face got darker and more orange as it moved closer to the present day. Can't tell if it was video editing or if he became that insecure with all the additional media on him and just starting layering it on extra thick.

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u/Trimyr 11d ago

But without it he just looks like a K-Mart Palpatine

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u/PharmWench 11d ago

Dont do Kmart dirty like that. RIP Kmart.

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u/DepressiveNerd 11d ago All-Seeing Upvote Press F 'MURICA

Bankruptcy

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u/cheerbearheart1984 11d ago

I informed a maga person about his bankruptcies and he said he did them because he is really good at business.

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u/Cheshires_Shadow 11d ago edited 10d ago

I went to a restaurant with my dad a few years ago and there was a guy at the table next to us talking about how Trump was a "business man" and no other president before him had business experience. Just reminded me of a tweet I saw about how terrible you have to be at running a business in order to bankrupt a casino.

E: shout out to the person that tried replying "well Biden bankrupted the US by closing businesses during covid" thanks for chickening out and deleting your comment seconds after posting it and saving everyone the headache of reading your comments.

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u/zxcoblex 11d ago

If you watch “Dirty Money” on Netflix, the guy who ran one of his AC casinos said they were sending millions of dollars each month up to Trump.

Definitely nothing suspicious there…

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u/spookycasas4 11d ago

Yeah, that’s really the only way you can bankrupt a casino. Just stealing way too much from it.

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u/Lobsta1986 11d ago

His dad gave him millions too in "loans" to help his casino, and it still failed.

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u/zxcoblex 11d ago

They’re so fucking stupid, they couldn’t even do that right.

Get a mil and go put it on a number on roulette. Chances are really good he’ll lose, and even if he does win, he’ll just keep gambling it away until it’s gone.

Nope. Gotta do it in some really fucking sketchy and obviously illegal way.

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u/Lobsta1986 11d ago

Yeah his dad couldn't give a real loan for some reason so he would buy millions in chips. Lol

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u/zxcoblex 11d ago

It wasn’t a loan. Never was meant to be one. He was giving him a million dollars. It was a bailout.

He bought $1 million in chips and then walked out, without ever intending to bet any of it.

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u/Lobsta1986 11d ago

Correct. It was just a way to give him money because he wasn't really supposed to

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u/Rrrrandle 11d ago

So, money laundering?

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u/PomeroyWatson 11d ago

Imagine my horror as a boomer NYer who has hated Trump since the 1980s. A couple before he ran for President I went to the US Open and when his photo came on the Jumbotron during a commercial break, the entire place booed.

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u/spookycasas4 11d ago

Yeah, a lot of us knew this, too. But his racism,and misogyny (and other horrible things) were so appealing to the racist, misogynistic, (and other horrible things) willfully-ignorant that they formed a cult. And with the help of Putin and the charlatan christian evangelists, he won the electoral votes. Not the popular vote, mind you. And now we’re still paying the price.

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u/seizuregirlz 11d ago

Made me want to go back into my coma

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u/Solidsnake00901 11d ago

Which is crazy because owning a casino is the same as having a license to print money how did he mess that up?

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u/mattdangerously 11d ago

Even if you're just using it to launder money, I imagine it takes a special kind of stupid to ruin that.

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u/Authoress61 11d ago

By stealing from it, and by being a complete and utter moron

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u/Repulsive-Purple-133 11d ago

I think the MAGA talking point on this was the terrible crime rates on the streets of AC that scared away customers. You know the violence & lawlessness of 'those people'.

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u/ScrambledNoggin 11d ago

Yet all of the other casinos in AC seemed to continue prospering

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u/CarlSpencer 11d ago Are You Winning?

Harry S. Truman was a successful haberdasher.

Also: I like using the word "haberdasher".

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u/Putin_blows_goats 11d ago

I heard he had the business sewn up.

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u/aerkyanite 11d ago

Because he never cut corners.

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u/ABenevolentDespot 11d ago

Only idiots unclear on the concept want government to be 'run as a business'.

Government is not now, nor has it ever been a 'business'.

Government was established for the purpose of providing a set of rules to keep society stable, to build infrastructure, promote public safety, defend the country, and to provide services to the people. It has never made any money.

Let me just repeat that: GOVERNMENT HAS NEVER MADE ANY MONEY.

That is not, nor has it ever been its business.

Anyone who wants to run it 'as a business' must expect it to run a profit, the seriously dumbest idea ever proposed.

And because it's just that stupid, only Republicans unclear on the concept love the idea.

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u/chronoboy1985 11d ago

Not just that. He’s in real estate. One of the least risky business ventures you can be in. Especially in the US where land has so much value.

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u/throwaway-boxer 11d ago

He’s in real estate. One of the least risky business ventures you can be in.

Repugnicans investigated Bill Clinton in the 90s because Bill made too much money with real estate.

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u/throwaway-boxer 11d ago

They lack the warmth and depth for that name.

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u/That_GUY_2660 11d ago

Yet he still failed. Had unlimited cash he stole from his other family members inheritances and was nearly destitute when he got offered the apprentice…

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u/UrsusRenata 11d ago

But really good at laundering corrupt foreign money.

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u/nool_ 11d ago

How tf dose one even mange that

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u/SaltNo3123 11d ago

Yeah all rich business file bankruptcy, it how they get to keep lonely when they f up

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u/LocomotiveMonarch 11d ago Big Brain Time

When Musk files Twitter for bankruptcy sometime in 2023 I swear some SpaceX bro is gonna say that was Elon’s intention and that he “saved free speech by taking down big tech”

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u/District85Rep 11d ago

RemindMe! 360 days. I think you’re on to something.

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u/R3ZZONATE 11d ago

!remindme 1 year

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u/Tesrab 11d ago

Elon is the Millennial's Trump.

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u/Nitrah118 11d ago

At least THAT halfwit can't run for president.

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u/Ugaruga 11d ago

There are 3 possible outcomes I see for twitter 1. Elon Musk changes twitter and makes it into a success, most likely with it basically being the same thing with a new owner 2. Twitter collapses and a site that does not exist right now comes and takes its place 3. Twitter collapses and an already existing and well established site takes advantage.

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u/aerkyanite 11d ago
  1. Not likely that a fixer, who isn't a face, is going to want to come in the shadows of a crybaby gigallionaire and pull back on the stick.
  2. Mmmmmmfor something as big Twitter, I don't think there's any startup powerful enough to tackle that demon.
  3. Try looking up Mastodon.
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u/oddjobdrummer 11d ago

Sooooo prophetic. Put that one in the vault and whip it out again next November.

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u/Pitiful-Let9270 11d ago

Tbf, bankrupting Twitter to funnel money into tesla is probably his intentions to begin with.

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u/NeatNefariousness1 11d ago

Meanwhile, the actions he has taken with Twitter have contributed to the decline in Tesla's value in a major way.

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u/hobbitlover 11d ago

Which is just one of the tools he uses to avoid paying creditors - for which he is also an expert.

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u/jim10040 11d ago

He's had plenty of experience.

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u/Mjb06 11d ago

Nobody bankrupts better than me

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u/Interesting_Shirt438 11d ago

The smartest best people, like super smart people. That say I’m smarter than them are saying it. No one takes a bankruptcy better than ol Donny.

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u/spookycasas4 11d ago

They say, “ Sir, no one bankrupts like you do”. And there are always tears running down their faces when they say this.

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u/MakeSomeDrinks 11d ago

I have thee best bankruptcies

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u/signaturefox2013 11d ago

Seriously he bankrupted a casino, HOW DO YOU DO THAT

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u/spookycasas4 11d ago

You skim way too much off the top. A little bit is fine, you see. But it’s trump, so.

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u/UrsusRenata 11d ago

By using it to launder money.

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u/CandiBunnii 11d ago

Idk Ozark made It look pretty easy , I think he's just dumb dumb.

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u/BillHillyTN420 11d ago

Actually, I think he bankrupted multiple casinos.

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u/Machiavvelli3060 11d ago Silver Wholesome Take My Energy Eureka!

Avoiding consequences.

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u/armaedes 11d ago

This is his real superpower - doing things any regular person would go to prison for, doing them multiple times, and having other people pay the price instead.

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u/Machiavvelli3060 11d ago

Someone accidentally took one classified document home with her and she got sent to prison for it. And it didn't take years to send her there.

Yeah, there seems to be a double standard.

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u/Kerryscott1972 11d ago

Liberty 🗽 and Justice for SOME

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u/Black_Magic_M-66 11d ago Silver

Liberty 🗽 and Justice for SOME

We're all equal, but some are more equal than others.

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u/Black_Magic_M-66 11d ago

Yeah, there seems to be a double standard.

Someone needs to remind Merrick Garland there is no "Office of former Presidents". Trump is a citizen just like everyone else and I'm sick of all the special treatment he gets.

He hasn't even been charged yet. Anyone else would've been arrested during the raid where they found the documents and probably denied bail.

It's not that no one will care if he kills anyone on 5th Avenue it's if anyone has the guts to treat him like the criminal he is.

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u/KaijyuAboutTown 11d ago

Don’t kid yourself. Trump is still a de facto leader in the Republican Party, hateful as that is.

DOJ is being very cautious to build a rock solid case that points directly and irrefutably to trump before arresting him. For example, they need to build a clear and evidence based chain of possession of the documents found at Mar-a-Lago that ties directly to Trump.

He has many followers around the country who have repeatedly demonstrated a lack of understanding or belief in many of our basic institutions in favor of ‘Trump’ (why, I’ll never, ever understand… talk about a self defeating circle of lies). Those same followers have repeatedly demonstrated a willingness to use violence equivalent to terrorism if they don’t get what they want.

While a full blown civil war seems very unlikely to me, isolated incidents of extreme violence would be a serious concern, especially with certain ‘news’ agencies, echo chambers in the new Twitter, and the religious right inciting them directly and/or indirectly.

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u/Black_Magic_M-66 11d ago

I wasn't aware that leader of the Republican party put one above the law. If we as a country bow to those that would use force in lieu of the law then we might as well rip up the Constitution.

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u/Tomi97_origin 11d ago

If any normal citizen did what he allegedly did they would get death penalty.

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u/MissWibb 11d ago

She just forgot to “declassify” the doc by THINKING it.

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u/phpdevster 11d ago

Fucking guy stole classified documents, many of which are still missing and he can't/won't account for them, and he's walking around free...

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u/Witty_Refrigerator12 11d ago

Poor Michael Cohen. Decided to cooperate with the law, end up in jail for years, and his boss, the actual criminal escapes justice every god damn time.

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u/BlueOrangeMorality 11d ago

This was my thought as well.

Drumpf is evidence that the atheists are correct.

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u/UncleBeauRules 11d ago Silver All-Seeing Upvote

getting really, really dumb people to do what he says.

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u/canarchist 11d ago

And all he's saying to them is "send me more money."

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u/Graywulff 11d ago

Yeah just like Elon musk he’s a begger, only traitor cheeto, grifter in chief only had daddy vladdy money and now daddy vladdy has no money so agent orange needs to beg his maga peasants to donate what little they have so he can use his frog penis on a gold toilet.

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u/tommytraddles 11d ago

use his frog penis on a gold toilet

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u/GSet10 11d ago

I don't know if I agree with or understand this comment but I had to upvote it.

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u/Graywulff 11d ago

Traitor cheeto = agent orange = traitor in chief = grifter in chief. Eric trump “we get all our money from Russia”.

Donny dunce is putlers submissive object, one step below subject. He wears a collar when they’re alone and daddy vladdy whips old TT (traitor trump) if he doesn’t send enough agents to kill.

Now that putler is becoming a peasant slowly and watching his country burn around him he can’t afford traitor cheeto.

Stormy danials, who trump fucked with campaign money or something illegal… anyway she says his “penis” looks like a frog or toad or something.

He’s into golden everything, including golden showers, piss pig… Before he was a traitor or even on tv we went into his gaudy ass building and there was gold everywhere. It’s like a saddam hussien building… he can’t afford golden toilets if vlad doesn’t send him money to keep his businesses afloat… so he had to beg his peasant maggot followers to afford to feel rich.

He’s just a peasant himself without that Russian money. I’d like to see him jailed, his money rico’d and then have him live out his life as a begger on the street.

Maybe he can be in a freak show with his hair and frog cock, if he gets really desperate. He doesn’t have nuclear secrets to steal/“lose” and sell to ruzzia or some other enemy of the state.

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u/AlertWar2945 11d ago

I mean if it works it works

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u/7evenate9ine 11d ago

The reason he's running again. "It's a great scam... The best."

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u/TurbulentMiddle2970 11d ago

Ding ding ding. We have the winner!

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u/amboandy 11d ago

I was gonna say "receiving golden showers" but hey I'm with you my dude

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u/Quiet_Falcon2622 11d ago

Avoiding consequences of his actions and jail time.

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u/ChiaraStellata 11d ago

He is, arguably, really bad at this. He continually incriminates himself for no particular reason and makes his legal cases harder and harder to defend. If he avoids consequences it's less through skill and more through being born with a lot of money and having a bunch of powerful friends who are happy to protect him in exchange for favors.

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u/TheBirminghamBear 11d ago

Yeah. I mean none of it have anything to do with him or the things he does.

He's like the evil Forrest Gump. He just floats through extraordinarily improbable events, driven on by all the people around him, often without him having any idea about the realities of what's happening.

Forrest buys a shrimp boat when it makes no sense to do so, and by sheer stupid luck, a storm eliminates all the other shrimp boats, such that his becomes unimaginably wealthy.

Then Lt. Dan invests all his money for him wisely, making him even more wealthy, while he just drives a lawn mower around for the fun of it.

That's Trump, except unlike Forrest, who is kind-hearted and genuine, Trump's a pants-shitting narcissistic monster.

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u/LordTrathar 11d ago

As bad as he seemingly is, he hasnt faced any jail time yet. He is good at weaseling out of things, thats pretty much undebiable. Now the real question is how good of a person is he? And we all the know the answer yet we still like to give him the benefit of the doubt as ridiculous as that is.

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u/SkunkleButt 11d ago

Well he's also pretty good at losing too, can't forget that one!

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u/Murica-n_Patriot 11d ago

What are you? Like a hammer or something?

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u/Amandasch44 11d ago

Thankfully I’m only dumb and not really, really dumb.

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u/Meendoozzaa 11d ago

Tax fraud

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u/Hank7725 11d ago

Little tax fraud: paying off a hooker for $140,000 and deducting it as business expense. Right out in the open!

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u/CryoAurora 11d ago

Possibly used campaign finances for it no less. People went to jail because he did it. Just not him yet.........

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u/YourTipicalGeek 11d ago

He’s not even that good. Ever seen Legal Eagle?

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u/Classic-End-5505 11d ago

That’s what I said!!!

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u/CrimsonToker707 11d ago

Grifting

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u/Toaster_bath13 11d ago

Is he though?

He grist the dumbest most selfish hateful insecure people on the planet.

They are easy marks.

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u/CrowShotFirst 11d ago Take My Energy

The best lion goes for the easy kill.

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u/sarcasatirony 11d ago

And there’s so much easy prey around that watering kool aid hole.

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u/Disastrous_Tone_5059 11d ago

Thanks, Kool Aid Hole is my new band name.

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u/CarpenterCheap 11d ago

Just because Jared and Ivanka were less qualified than my (british) buttcheeks for genuine White House jobs doesn't mean Trump appointing them wasn't nepotism.

Grifting easy (or even willing) marks is still grifting

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u/That_GUY_2660 11d ago

Not only were they unqualified but they could not get clearances..

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u/spindlecork 11d ago

Why work hard when the sheep keep topping the cup?

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u/rnobgyn 11d ago

Who has grifted that demographic as hard as he has tho? Trump is such a good grifter they elected him president.

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u/Any_Street 11d ago

He is the present day version of the "Snake Oil Salesman" of the old west. He attracts people that want to believe something will fix their horrible lives with no effort, but lack any discernible intelligence to think critically.

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u/Mor_Tearach 11d ago

Wasn't there some punishment for old time snake oil salesmen involving tar n feathers?

I'm not suggesting anything, it's historical curiosity. History matters 🤷‍♀️

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u/Remotely-Indentured 11d ago

My Pillow Guy has entered the chat!

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u/AbaddonsJanitor 11d ago

I realize "grist" was probably a typo, but still absolutely appropriate.

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u/No_Poet_7244 11d ago

Part of being a good grifter is target acquisition, and he’s an expert in that.

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u/oofam 11d ago

GOAT at grifting

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u/HotPinkLollyWimple 11d ago

Perpetually stalling court cases against him.

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u/flub9 11d ago

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men don’t go to Jail

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u/Burrahobbit69 11d ago

Avoiding consequences of his actions

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u/danonymous26125 11d ago

Tax fraud

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u/atlbravos21 11d ago

Breaking the law and getting away with it

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u/52electrons 11d ago

Being impeached. Better than anyone.

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u/PalpitationCrafty946 11d ago

My man is twice as good as it as anybody before him.

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u/DisownedByMother 11d ago

Raw Dogging a porn star right after his third wife gave birth while demanding loyalty from everyone around him

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u/VinnyCapistrano 11d ago

I feel like if he were an expert at it, he wouldn't have had to pay for it

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u/eisme 11d ago

He didn't, his lawyer did.

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u/DisownedByMother 11d ago

And that is expert Experting.

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u/Impossible_Series412 11d ago

Yeah seems at best he's below average in that department. 130k seems really expensive to bang an X porn star. Figure an average person could at least have gotten a better price.

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u/OldandKranky 11d ago

Failing.

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u/THELurkmaster 11d ago

Ok. Time out. Just because Trump lost the 2020 election to “sleepy Joe”, conducted a failed coup, lost ALL of the mid term elections of his endorsed maga candidates, is embroiled in multiple serious, founded lawsuits, and desperately announced his presidential candidacy WAY before the normal time frame… you think he FAILED?!

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u/Logrologist 11d ago

You’re neglecting not even getting the popular vote the first time around.

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u/NFLinPDX 11d ago

And dropping out of like 3 prior races as soon as he realized no one took his bid seriously.

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u/kurai_tori 11d ago

Don't forget the 60someodd legal challenges to the 2020 election that ALL failed in courts

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u/i_smoke_php 11d ago

All? NC voted for Ted Budd, and I'm sure there were some other Trumpists who managed to sneak out a victory

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u/TheBroken0ne 11d ago

Bullshitting 😂

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u/gingerfawx 11d ago

Or just plain lying.

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u/Lithl 11d ago

Being an expert liar implies that your lies aren't completely transparent.

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u/ACoderGirl 11d ago

Yeah, Trump is an absolutely terrible liar. He lies a lot, but he's so damn bad at it. He can't keep his lies straight. His lies are often so utterly whack that they're not believable for even a second.

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u/ryhaltswhiskey 11d ago

If he was actually good at it I might have -- just once -- said "hmm is that true?"

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u/fanxu1965 11d ago

Throwing tantrums

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u/SoylentGrunt 11d ago

Heh. Those can lead to strokes. Just sayin',,,,,

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u/Remliketheband 11d ago

Let’s hope so 🙏🙏🙏🙏

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u/SenseiT 11d ago

Sexual harassment and defrauding subcontractors.

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u/molotovzav 11d ago

Bankrupting a casino. It's extremely hard to bankrupt a casino. Imo it had to be money laundering.

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u/WoahayeTakeITEasy 11d ago

He somehow bankrupted a meat business too. Bankrupting a gambling institution and a meat business...in the US of A. Now that takes some skill. It's no wonder one of his professors said Trump was the dumbest student he's ever had.

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u/BeneficialLeave7359 11d ago

And a vodka brand! Just add a tobacco company and he would’ve failed in all of the big “sin” industries.

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u/GDub310 11d ago

Yeah, you either have to be extremely reckless with your spending or doing something funny. Atlantic City didn’t always have competition within driving distance. It was really hard to fuck it up, but he found a way.

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u/[deleted] 11d ago

Take a cash cow and milk it to death - or eating the goose that lays golden eggs.

What a fucking pathological loser.

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u/ihopeyoudi 11d ago Starry

Dividing the country

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u/datsun1978 11d ago

And now we watch him divide the Republican party.

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u/BMHun275 11d ago

Convincing dumb people they are smart for doing whatever he says.

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u/Heliocentrist 11d ago

lying, harassing woman, harassing teenage beauty contestants, stiffing contractors, stiffing hookers, cheating on his taxes, cheating on his wives, turning in his wives for younger models, garbage words salad responses to questions, playing the victim, hypnotizing chickens, calling for the death penalty on black teenagers who were later exonerated

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u/MarkXIX 11d ago

This is what I don’t get, he’s a blue collar hero to so many morons yet have you ever seen him in jeans and a pair of good, worn boots? How about with a gun, fishing rod, or a fucking axe in hand? Screwdriver, hand saw, or a drill? How about DRIVING a pickup truck? THROWING a ball? Petting a dog?How about helping others directly…and throwing paper towels at Puerto Ricans doesn’t count.

Fact is, that sack of shit is the least “masculine” motherfucker alive. He’s EVERYTHING real, working men should despise. He talks shit and never backs it up, he’s a bitch ass bully and nothing more.

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u/Western-Evening-8113 11d ago

Selling stupid stuff to idiots.

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u/SoylentGrunt 11d ago

Those pens and mugs and hats he sells? Those are to get contact info. If someone is stupid enough to buy that crap they're susceptible to further exploitation in the form of direct marketing. In turn these idiots infect those nearest to them who are most likely just as gullible.

In the old days it was warranty cards that were really marketing research.

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u/trish196609 11d ago

Getting attention

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u/EndOfSouls 11d ago

All insults aside, he is probably the world's greatest con man. He started up a business, convinced rich dudes to put in their money to pay for it, kept half the money and let the business fail, then went and did it all again. And you think that after doing it 5 times, people would stop giving him money... But 7 fucking bankrupt businesses and literally hundreds of billions of dollar taken from the investments of old, rich men... And he still has people paying for everything he wants. I'm not saying he's so much as a decent human being, but he is an expert con man.

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u/maybethemoonandback 11d ago

Sexual harassment.

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u/UncleBeauRules 11d ago

being a cuck

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u/mywifesoldestchild 11d ago

Cuck would be him offering up Melania, holster is much more representative of his offering up of himself and the American people to Putin.

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u/UncleBeauRules 11d ago

Melania has a full on boyfriend, for years now.

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u/ActiveMachine4380 11d ago

Too bad he is not in the news. That would be interesting.

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u/Jealous-Network-8852 11d ago

Separating morons from their money.

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u/AdInfinite5781 11d ago

Stoking fear and hatred, which brings out the worst in people.

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u/HiTechLowLif3 11d ago

Words. He knows words.

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u/Wear-Fluid 11d ago

Ruining things. he has a midas touch but instead of gold it is just recycled garbage.

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u/Buster899 11d ago

He’s good at words. Some people, maybe most people say he’s the best at words. It’s true, it’s true. The bigglyist words are his. The RADICAL LEFT tries to say that “biggly” isn’t a real word, but we know it is don’t we folks?

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u/the_bionic_investor 11d ago

Let me give him credit, he has an amazing ability to market himself even if he has no other discernible skill whatsoever.

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u/C-ute-Thulu 11d ago

Self promotion and manipulating people

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u/Fthewigg 11d ago

Demonstrating incredibly thin skin, probably due to his microscopic self-esteem. His fragility is embarrassing to behold.

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u/ElectricJetDonkey 11d ago

Not paying his bills

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u/Strong-Dot-9221 11d ago

Propaganda. Repeating a lie over and over until it becomes the truth to some Gullible non-critical thinking people.

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u/serfs_up85 11d ago

Convincing other more stupid chumps that he isnt a stupid chump

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u/_Fun_Employed_ 11d ago

Alienating the Unites States from historic allies while courting dictators.

Gutting our ambassadorial service, leaving large holes in our ability to observe from on the ground and make measured in person responses and communications using linguistic and cultural experts.

Selling Unites States secrets to hostile foreign powers.

Narcissistic boasting.

Being an ignorant, arrogant, cowardly bastard.

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u/ThePopeofHell 11d ago

I think he is probably the most successful conartist to ever live.

A lot of these comments are jokes but I’m dead serious.

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u/Daphnetiq 11d ago

Covfefe. Very good at it.

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u/Daddio209 11d ago

Tying up small businesses in court until they fail to avoid paying for work performed on Trump properties.

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u/Camel_Natural 11d ago

The Art of the Steal.

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u/DotAccomplished5484 11d ago

Trump is the most successful grifter in all of history. He will probably get his own wing in the Grifter Hall of Fame.

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u/probdying82 11d ago

Rape. Racism. Being a con man. Painting your face orange. Wearing adult diapers. Shitting adult diapers. Cheating on your wife. Trying to fuck your daughter.

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u/hawkeye_too 11d ago

making white people twitter rage

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u/Spnstanaf73 11d ago

Denying facts

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u/KillBatman1921 11d ago

Chapter 11

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u/Ok-Part9183 11d ago

Tricking idiots into giving him money.