I understand men like Donald Trump. I don't like them but I understand them. There's a difference. I worked for men like him. As an entertainer. 'I know we agreed on €150 euro's for three hours of work but if you don't work four hours tonight, I won't pay you at all.' I left after three hours, send him an invoice for €150 and added: 'If you don't pay within two weeks I will tell your business friends how you deal with people.' He paid the full amount.
'I know I hired you as a doorman but now I want you to dance for me.'
-'And I want world peace and my ex to be nice to me.'
He refused to pay me, I send him a message threatening with a law suit and he paid. See, the agreement was put in en e-mail and he couldn't back out from it.
In both cases the men were extremely rich. Thanks to daddy. Without having done a single days of actual hard work to earn what they had.
Same goes for Donald Trump: he's just a spoiled brat who's accustomed to get everything (and everyone) his tiny heart desires. And slips into a fit of rage when he doesn't get it.
And that's the whole point: men like the three examples mentioned above just don't get it.
Just like some of the people who voted for him. They wanted to get rid of 'all those darn foreigners! Except for Carlos (click) because he is nice.' Well, just too bad. Because they voted for Trump Carlos gets deported.
The grandfather of a famous person also got deported. His name? Friedrich Trump. Here's the full story (click).
Many people who voted for him now regret their decision. Here's a list of them:
There are also a lot of question surrounding #45's cabinet picks. Like Jeff Sessions (click). As Attorney General he would get paid to look into mr. Trump's alleged contacts with Russia. When confronted with direct questions about his own talks with Russian diplomats he denied - under oath! - ever having had them. Soon after it became known he did speak with them.
It's not just The Donald who just shouts without being bothered by any back up in the form of actual evidence. Here's how one of his advisers, Roger Stone, responds when kindly asked to provide evidence to support his ranting: http://nymag.com/thecut/2017/03/former-trump-advisor-roger-stone-had-a-twitter-meltdown.html?mid=twitter-share-thecut Calling someone who simply asks you a question 'you stupid ugly f*cking b*tch!' may be his preferred way to show his respect towards women but do you really want your children to use this powerful man as their rolemodel?
And could someone please tell these 'Angry White Men' that deleting your tweets when caught does not really help as these days any 8 year old can make a screenshot? Oh, and it's against the law to delete any piece of communication when you hold a high ranking in the presidential office. So I'm sure mr. Trump will have mr. Stone prosecuted. That is, should he ever come to his senses and start respecting the law.
In the course of the last few weeks we learned that The Donald does not search for information but simply takes for granted what's stated on Alt-right websites and TV-shows like Fox and Friends (click). It's true.
Oh, and in case you believe his immigration ban is a terrific idea, please think again and consider this: illegal immigrants make up around five percent of the USA's workforce. If those five percent get rounded up, who will clean your pool, wash the dishes at your favourite restaurants and harvest your vegetables? And imagine five percent less people to buy stuff. What would that mean for the USA's economy?
In farming around 25% of jobs are taken by illegal immigrants (click). Farmers will have to hire actually paid personnel at less (because you know...legal) work hours and thus the price of crops will rise significantly.
Should Donald Trump call Angela Merkel for advice?
So, who will do your dirty work for you?
And why did his fans at #CPAC17 wave Russian flags?
Trump loves to jump to conclusions
But not always
But not always
Did you know Ivanka Trump's brand clothes
are not made in the USA?
So her dad forbids you to buy them:
'Only buy and hire American!'
'What happened last night in Sweden'
was a documentary on Fox Entertainment
claiming the crime rate had gone up because of immigrants.
(False claims by the way)
There was NO muslim terror attack whatsoever.
Perhaps The Donald could be persuaded
to spend the American taxpayer's money
not on building a wall but a spaceship?
(As always with pictures: to click is to enlarge)
I'm all for fighting hate with humour. And so it seems, is Tom Hanks:
And, it's probably just an amazing coincidence, but just minutes after a claim is made on Fox & Friends the man who calls himself President publishes a tweet containing the exact same words! Now, isn't that an amazing coincidence (click)?
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