Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the US


No, Donald Trump.

President Trump: “I hear she was married to her brother”

video embedded in tweet

Someone must have rekeyed the colors to make Trump look like the Joker. :rofl:


What can 785k buy you in Florida, DC or…D6? :roll_eyes:


“Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your own daughter than your wife?”
Donald Trump, when Ivanka was 13


Interesting quote. Never came across that one. A quick search, indicates maybe why, it’s an alleged quote that was removed form a published article. So I am guessing it was deemed unverifiable, prone to litigation, made-up or something similar. I link the Cosmo article for illustrative purposes only:

Donald Trump Once Allegedly Asked If It Was “Wrong” to Be “Sexually Attracted” to Ivanka

The line was reportedly deleted from a Washington Post column before publication.

…According to BuzzFeed, the line was included in a version of Cohen’s column, called “Our next president, the Godfather,” that was distributed to other publications prior to its publication for that syndication purposes. Here’s that version:

Jared Kushner, our Tom Hagen, who married Trump’s stunning daughter Ivanka — “Can I ask you something?” Trump asked someone I know, about his then-13-year-old kid, “Is it wrong to be more sexually attracted to your own daughter than your wife?” — has lately lost some of this Boy Scout aura. It turns out Kushner’s admission to Harvard was preceded by his father’s $2.5 million pledge.

On cursory search, there appear to be numerous stories that follow through with the same details.

I’m surprised the below video hasn’t surfaced more recently, since it’s attributable. Maybe it was a failed October surprise based on the youtube comment (2016)

(appears to be audio only as it’s hard to see anything)

Trump claims he’ll be dating (that) young girl in 10 years time after asking her if she is going up the elevator “…can you believe it?”

The likes of VOX did a round trip of all these similar moments, on record somewhere back in 2016 for anyone who wants to know more.

So to clarify, and I think it’s reasonable to assume the purpose of the initial quote was to imply there is something very untoward about Donald Trump or that he is in all actuality a pedophile, would that be correct?


He’s just asking questions, right? Isn’t that the narrative?


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“Ivanka, my daughter Ivanka. She’s six feet tall. She’s got the best body.”

  • Donald Trump to Howard Stern


Jake Tapper twitter unroll:

House Democrats appeared unified in their votes this week but I’ve spent the day talking to a bunch of them and many are extremely frustrated. All agree POTUS’s tweets needed to be condemned; they spoke under condition of anonymity so they could be candid. (Thread)

  1. “The president won this one,” said House Dem 1 of the Trump v Squad (AOC, Tlaib, Omar & Pressley) showdown. “What the president has done is politically brilliant. Pelosi was trying to marginalize these folks and the president has now identified the entire party with them.”

  2. Another issue: what are Dems focused on? Is it what will help the class of 2018 (largely more moderate than the Squad) get reelected?

Dem Rep 2: “The president’s words and actions speak for themselves. We need to focus on the issues that got them here: jobs, health care…”

  1. “…instead of the issues the president brings up deliberately. Anything that takes away from bread and butter issues is playing into his hands.”

  2. Other House Democrats are conflicted about having to defend the Squad given things they’ve said and done. House Dems cited: talk of supporting challengers to incumbent Dems in primaries, AOC’s use of the term “concentration camps,” anti-Semitic comments by Tlaib & Omar.

  3. This perceived selective outrage rankled some Dems.

“Everybody was completely outraged by what the president said,” said House Dem 3, "and everybody thought it was appropriate to criticize him…

  1. “…but this was the first time the House has taken action to criticize him in any way, We couldn’t even bring ourselves to have a resolution exclusively condemning anti-Semitism uttered by one of those members” – Omar – “but we leapt to their defense here.”

  2. A few House Dems noted that Omar and Tlaib just introduced a resolution affirming the right of Americans to boycott, perceived as an expression of support for the anti-Israel BDS (boycott, divest, and sanction) movement that most House Dems oppose.

  3. “So we’ll hear a tirade of attacks on Israel from the same group,” said House Dem 3. “Hopefully they won’t be anti Semitic.”

House Dem 4 also brought up that bill coming “from someone with a history of anti-Semitism” – Omar – “So yeah it’s challenging.”

  1. House Dem 4 recalls that “less than 2 weeks ago when members of our caucus were trying to support funds for children at the border,” the Squad was arguing that “we’re pro-putting kids in cages, we’re against human rights. So there’s frustration.”

11/ Others noted that this week the House Democratic Caucus stood by a group that is not perceived as standing by them.

“I can’t tell you the number of Members who are angry and annoyed about them criticizing us,” said House Dem 3.

  1. AOC, in particular “gives her chief of staff license to get candidates to run against her colleagues and to go after them on social media. It makes people’s skin crawl,” said House Dem 3.

House Dem 4 summed it up: “We were there for them; they should stop attacking us.”

Src: Unroll from Jake Tapper Verified account @ jaketapper


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It really is a morally bankrupt swamp when you have two presidents hanging around with a paedo who had a ‘wink wink’ lolita express.

He’s an a to z of his other pals



“Thank you….thank you. You know, when I first started this campaign, people didn’t believe me. First they said, he’s not converting, he’ll never convert. Then I converted. Then they said, he’ll never get baptized, he won’t want the water to mess up his hair. But then I got baptized. Then they said he won’t get confirmed, and I got confirmed. And then they said he’d never run for pope. Well here I am, and I’m running for Pope; and I’m doing very well I must say.”

(Cheers, applause)

I don’t have to do this, when you think about it. I really don’t. I’m rich. I’m really, really, rich. I built a great company; a tremendous company. I employ thousands and thousands of people. So my friends, they ask me, they say Donald, you have everything you can dream of. You’re rich, you have an amazing wife, an amazing family, you’re very successful, why run for Pope? And I say, you know what? I have to run. My Church needs me. The Catholics need me. I have to make the Catholic Church great again. I have to.

(Cheers, applause)

You know, it’s a sad thing to say, but the Church is in such bad shape; terrible shape under Francis. The Catholic Church doesn’t win anymore. We just don’t. When is the last time Catholics won anything? Lepanto? When was that, the 1500’s? We don’t win anymore. But, let me just say, Under a Trump papacy, we are going to win again. We are going to win so much. We are going to win so much you are all going to be sick of winning, ok? But right now, it’s terrible. Just the other day, I see the Pope is praising Martin Luther. Martin Luther! Can you believe it?




Thank you. Director Mueller, my Democratic colleagues were very disappointed in your report. They were expecting you to say something along the lines of he was (ph) – why President Trump deserves to be impeached, much as Ken Starr did relative to President Clinton back about 20 years ago. Well, you didn’t, so their strategy had to change. Now they allege that there’s plenty of evidence in your report to impeach the president, but the American people just didn’t read it. And this hearing today is their last best hope to build up some sort of groundswell across America to impeach President Trump. That’s what this is really all about today. Now a few questions: On page 103 of Volume 2 of your report, when discussing the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting, you referenced, quote, “the firm that produced Steele reporting,” unquote. The name of that firm was Fusion GPS. Is that correct?


And you’re on page 103?


103 (ph), that’s correct, Volume 2. When you talk about the – the firm that produced the Steele reporting, the name of the firm that produced that was Fusion GPS. Is that correct?


Yeah, I – I’m not familiar with – with that. I (inaudible)


(inaudible) It’s not – it’s not a trick question, right? It was Fusion GPS. Now, Fusion GPS produced the opposition research document wide – widely known as the Steele dossier, and the owner of Fusion GPA (sic) was someone named Glenn Simpson. Are – are you familiar with…


This is outside my purview.



deepfake about to trend big league? :thinking:


11 seconds.



Maybe Trump and something Epstein related? The Dems are completely desperate at this stage and their only current platform is “Orange Man Bad”. :roll_eyes:



"In the history of our species, there has never been (to the knowledge of modern scholars) a human society that did not express belief in some sort of supernatural force—which suggests that we are programmed by a need to believe in something bigger than ourselves. Sociologist Max Weber warned in 1919 that “science deals with facts. It can’t tell us what to do or what’s important.” This is to say that while the scientific revolution did a good job of helping us explain and harness the natural world, it did nothing to fill the god-shaped hole that Blaise Pascal identified in the 17th-century: “What else does this craving, and this helplessness, proclaim but that there was once in man a true happiness, of which all that now remains is the empty print and trace? This he tries in vain to fill with everything around him, seeking in things that are not there the help he cannot find in those that are, though none can help, since this infinite abyss can be filled only with an infinite and immutable object; in other words by God himself.”


Shocking behaviour from this turd of a human being.