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Undeniable Proof Donald Trump Is A Scam Candidate – Only One Issue On His Website As CNN And Other Media Keep On Pimping For The Donald

Posted in 2016 Presidency, Donald Trump Scam, Media, Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 10, 2015 by sheriffali

Anyone with half an ounce of intelligence and the ability to think critically can see that Donald Trump is a scam candidate. He’s doing what he always does — running for self promotion. His entire campaign has been based around how “great” Donald Trump is at saying how great he is at everything.


When you actually stop to think about what he’s saying, he isn’t saying much of anything. He’s says catch phrases and slogans. He’ll tell his crowds he has “great relationships” with just about everyone. He’ll tell us that “we will have so much winning if I get elected, that you may get bored with winning.”


What does that even mean?! Does he have a strategy for this winning? Or is he just saying he’s going to be a winner?


Truth of the matter is — he has no strategy… on pretty much anything. Yet another reason he’s a scam artist getting droves of simpletons to fall for his propaganda shtick and catch phrases.



In fact, when you visit Trump’s campaign website, he only has details on one position — one — immigration, of course. [Addicting Information]


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Does Donald Trump Cheat At Golf? A Washington Post investigation!

Posted in Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Politics 2016, Presidency 2016, Trump Cheats At Gulf, White House with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 3, 2015 by sheriffali

One morning in the mid-1990s, Mark Mulvoy was on the sixth hole of Long Island’s Garden City Golf Club with Donald Trump when the skies opened, and they ducked for cover under a nearby awning. The rain let up a few moments later, and Mulvoy, then the managing editor of Sports Illustrated, returned to the green. When he got there, he found a ball 10 feet from the pin that he didn’t remember seeing before the storm.

“Who the hell’s ball is this?” he said.

“That’s me,” the real estate mogul said, according to Mulvoy.

“Donald, give me a f—— break,” Mulvoy recalls telling him. “You’ve been hacking away in the g—— weeds all day. You do not lie there.”


“Ahh, the guys I play with cheat all the time,” he recalls Trump replying. “I have to cheat just to keep up with them.”


It’s a story that the current GOP front-runner hotly denies. “I don’t even know who he is,” Trump said when asked about Mulvoy’s account.“I don’t drop balls, I don’t move balls. I don’t need to.”

But just as Trump has emerged as a national phenomenon by tearing up the rule book of electoral politics, it appears the mega-developer’s willingness to bend the rules may apply to his philosophy of the links as well.


The Donald is known for describing himself as a man of unbridled accomplishment and success in virtually every area he’s attempted, and his golf game has long been one of his most highly self-touted skills.


[Why does everyone call Donald Trump ‘The Donald’? It’s an interesting story.]


“I’ve played a lot, and I’ve played well,” he said. “There’s very few people that can beat me in golf.” On multiple occasions during his campaign, he has let voters know that he “killed” Sen. Rand Paul when the two squared off this year. “I could play him a thousand times and never lose to him,” he said. And by all accounts, Trump is a very good golfer. Just maybe not as good as he says he is.


“The worst celebrity golf cheat?” the rock star Alice Cooper said in a 2012 interview with Q magazine. “I wish I could tell you that. It would be a shocker. I played with Donald Trump one time. That’s all I’m going to say.” (“I’ve never played with Alice Cooper,” Trump said. “That’s a terrible thing to say about people, especially me.”)


“Golf is like bicycle shorts: It can reveal a lot about a guy,” said Rick Reilly, the sportswriter who hit the links with Trump for his 2004 book “Who’s Your Caddy?” in which he lugged clubs for several of the world’s best golfers and VIP amateurs.


As for Trump? “When it comes to cheating, he’s an 11 on a scale of one to 10,” Reilly said.


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