A message to Boss Trump from Jack Nicholson – You Can’t Handle The Truth! So you lie and lie and lie and lie and lie and lie. You lie so much you are starting to resemble a rug! bad aboom. You are such a liar that you have set numerous of your pants on fire! badda bing! You have had to order a supply of fresh, fire proof Trump pants from Bangla Desh and China. Yep! Trump is lying when he tells you he will force American companies to manufacture in the US and create jobs.
Such great sorrow in America…deepest sympathy to all those who died and their families in this unbearably senseless and preventable tragedy. These 58 deaths in Las Vegas should be known as murder by 2nd amendment. For it was the shooters 2nd amendment rights that permitted the right to purchase an arsenal of weapons to slay 58 Americans. Imagine of those 58 deaths occurred at the US embassy over sees, what the reaction would be?
TIMMINS — Striving for greater autonomy for northern Ontario comes with risk, says an expert who spoke at a conference on the state of the region. Devolved jurisdictions like Greenland, the Faroe Islands and Iceland have not succeeded as proponents expected, said David MacKinnon, a former senior civil servant with the Ontario government’s Ministry of Finance who has also worked in Nova Scotia.
@realDonaldTrump He pig Trump protesting on one knee is very dignified your never ending stream of offensive verbal diahheria is truly offensive and dangerous I wish the NFL had the power to dump Trump A second time like they did to keep your sleazy life from entering the league back in the 1990s
@realDonaldTrump Hey Big Bad Boss Trump abuser of at least 12 women defrauded of Students at Trump U assaulter of Ivana lover of Putin friend of American and Russian mobsters you racist pig up her lying pinicchio nose with a rubber hose.
@realDonaldTrump hey Boss Trump the Chinese should locked you up in Jail for your life of white collar crime and corruption Trump U for example.Russian Money Laundering assaulting Ivana your thefts told way more than cheap sunglasses https://t.co/JtFnHr6wtz
@realDonaldTrump Boss Trump lover of the Russian Putin U R the biggest loser forget hatred of Hillary&listen U lied 2 working Americans who need help U lied to those people who voted for u like u lied to desperate students of Trump U R like a used car dealer
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