ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

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By Friday, Jul 7 We the People  5 Comments

Trump’s ghosted book about the “art” of the deal was itself a scam. There was no art.

Trump’s artless point is that to be honest or scrupulous about a business deal (or any deal) is for suckers. To stick it to anyone stupid enough to be stuck is “smart,” and that includes any and all governments.


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  1. Jane says:

    I love the Orange Alert!
    Politically, graphically, and humorously on point.

    1. George Grumbach says:

      Not only that, but it gives Patrick Fennell something to do.

      1. Patrick Fennell says:

        As well as George and keeps him up on FAKE NEWS By Ben Hillman.

  2. Craig Okerstrom-Lang says:

    This is such an accurate “Orange Alert”.

    I lived in NYCity when Roy Cohn was representing Donald Trump…everything Trump does from a PR-tweet-policy-political beliefs–rumors and yes creating fakes stories about his “enemies of the moment” he learned from Cohn.

    Roy Cohn was a legal counsel for Joe McCarthy during his witch hunt hearings. Study Cohn’s techniques and you will understand how Trump operates, which is very disappointing for a President.

    1. Patrick Fennell says:

      You realize right now the mainstream media are playing Joe McCarthy, especially CNN, the NY Times, Washington Compost, LSNBC, and the Berkshire Edge.

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