and you pretend to be a great nation

Trump is a fake President

“He didn’t care or particularly know about health care,” a key GOP congressional aide said about Trump following the stunning defeat of the Republican health care plan Friday.

“If you are going to be a great negotiator, you have to know about the subject matter,” the aide said, adding that overhauling health care is far different from building a golf course.

The obvious next question is does Trump really know anything about Immigration, defense, terrorism, diplomacy, taxes, education, global warming. technology, basic human rights … He is not only an illegitimate election-stealing politician, he’s a hate spewing, strutting, vain arrogant, phony pretending to be a national leader

  http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/25/politics/donald-trump-lesson-deal-making-health-care/index.html

anonymous asked:

So apparently today is National Nap Day. So, even if you don't sleep, just lay down and pretend you're napping!

Simon - Wait really? That’s awesome. Everyone can use some extra sleep during the day. And naps are great when you want to cuddle with your boyfriend. Raph doesn’t like taking naps, too much hours being wasted for something. He’s really busy most days with the clan. But we’re not at the hotel, so maybe he will. Thanks for letting me know.

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A “Donald Trump for President” T-shirt will cost you $20, outside of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

A “Hillary for Prison” button — a top-seller among the throngs of conservative convention-goes — will cost you $10.

Trump Flakes are a bit pricey at $40, but a cartoon-Trump on the off-brand cereal box assures you, “They’re Great Again.”

Tens of thousands of people are visiting Cleveland for the GOP convention and dozens of vendors are trying to take advantage — hawking everything from T-shirts to joke-telling toy elephants. It’s created a bustling market of Trump-related goods outside Quicken Loans Arena, where there are three broad, unofficial types of vendors, politically speaking: true-believers, pretenders and anti-Trumpers.

Selling Merchandise Outside Of RNC, Politics Come Second

Photos: Nathan Rott/NPR

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