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Here's what a s***hole, the p***y-grabbing POTUS really is.
Well, remember the title of Mr. Trump's book, "The Art of Breaking the Deal". That's how he made all of his money. He stiffed the suppliers, when it came time to pay, he said, "Well, I don't really like the quality. I'll give you 80% of what you want, maybe 50% of what you want. If you don't like it, spend five years suing me and it's really cheaper for you to take a 20% or 30% cut. He stiffed the banks. He said, "I'm sorry, there's no money to pay. I'll have to go bankruptcy and wipe you out, unless you renegotiate the deal." Same thing for labour union. "Well, I promised to pay you, but I really don't like the work. I'm not going to pay you what I promised."
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We broke the deal, international trade deals in the 1960s, we broke them in the 1970s, in the 1980s. That's what we do. Honouring the deal is for you guys. We can break it any time we want.
-Dr. Michael Hudson
The amerikan sheeple should know if a candidate that promises to help the poor is elected, it means the poor are going to get shafted even harder than usual, because the scam allows them to blame the victim by saying that the victim voted for him.
Hudson isn't the only one, potential rival, Laurence Kotlikoff has implied, but not stated that he cheats. Hasty Steerbutt, meanwhile notes he refused to pay the last $60m of a $400m loan from Deutsche Bank.
There's more: As for Trump, a Washington Post article reported that he did not, in fact, donate his share of the book’s royalties to various charitable causes, which he had promised to do. This perfidy, again, is redolent of the way Trump has conducted foreign policy as president.
Trump’s penchant for backsliding and bullying has also been reliably reported in his dealings with employees at his various hotels and casinos around the world. He quashes attempts by workers to unionize, and many of his employees, from cleaning maids to bar-tenders to construction workers, have complained that they are often not paid their full entitlement as per contract agreements.
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One "silver lining" to Trump is that he is hastening exposure of the real nature of American power to the rest of the world. The exposure is ugly and nasty. But at least it dispels any myths about benign American power, and thereby allows for a corrective challenge, from ordinary American citizens, as well as from citizens around the world.
- Trump’s Art of the Cheat
But war criminal, the Donald, STILL had to file for bankruptcy six times as well as get a bailout from Wilbur Ross. Billionaire, Richard Branson, noted how "vindictive", war criminal, The Donald, was when he ranted non-stop about those who refused to help him during one of his many bankruptcies. Presumably the Electoral College deliberately chose a completely hapless clown to take the blame.
In other words, he's the same as war criminal, Winston Turdhill, who was a moron that never won a single battle except when he was playing toy soldiers with his cousin, whereupon he would cheat. Hence, the phrase, "Sod this for a game of soldiers!" Turdhill oversaw humiliating defeat at Dunkerque and Gallipolli. The movie "Battle of Poodleville" shows them preparing for defeat with the mound of krap having sandbags placed outside Downing St. But he got his backside saved by Russia. Turdhill's only successes was to collapse the poodle empire and lose his entire inherited fortune. Sound familiar?
Furthermore, war criminal, The Donald, has two circles around his eyes where the fake tan is not applied.