TRUMP: Big speech omissions

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I would like to know why the families of the victims of the Las Vegas, church and school shootings were not represented at Trump’s State of the Union speech. I guess being shot by white American citizens doesn’t count as terrorism.

Why weren’t the sanctions voted into law in August against Russia put into effect? Just more proof of collusion by this Administration.

Melania, time to wake up! While you were at home with a 3-month-old child, lard butt was out having an affair with a porn star in his “tighty whities” (maybe that $130K was simply a donation to the porn industry), attacking a female reporter from People magazine with you upstairs with the baby, plus many more instances of adultery per the Access Hollywood tape. Don’t be fooled like the hypocrite evangelicals. No mulligan allowed! My advice to you: Divorce the fool and take him for everything he owns.

When the orangutan (Trump) told McCabe “to ask how his wife felt to be a loser,” McCabe should have replied: “At least she didn’t lose by over 3 million votes like you did, SIR.”

DANIEL GRESSLER

Rathdrum

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