TRUMP: King of fake news

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I hope all you climate deniers and your kids are enjoying this wonderful summer. There are now two seasons: smoky summer and rainy winter thanks to global warning.

Sarah Raiehart, the money President Obama gave to Iran was Iran’s to begin with. Obama didn’t invite the Russians to the Oval Office and give them classified information, or have a photo shoot with Kim and have him tell Trump to stick it. Kim conned the con man. China may be in pain because of Trump’s tariffs; so are the American farmers and ranchers. But they have $12 billion to cover their losses (talk about socialism).

If you believe those videos were from 2014 (Kids in Cages), then you must believe Alex Jones about Sandy Hook being staged. Forget about Google and the 4,000+ lies: Trump says Google is fake news. If you want the truth, then start watching real news channels that fact check, instead of that phony entertainment channel Fox and Fools. “The truth isn’t truth” and “what you see and hear is not real.” What drugs were those two (Trump and Giuliani) on when they made those statements? Probably the same drugs Trump was on at the second debate when he was snorting like a warthog.

Ron Dayton, if you decide to leave this banana republic, you might contact Bill Singleton, Bill Blattner and Mary Henderson. They could be legally responsible for paying your moving expenses, since they said it in writing and put their name to it.

DANIEL GRESSLER

“Old Faithful”

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