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Don Jr. ‘Murders Irony’ With An Accidental Attack On His Daddy

Donald Trump Jr. managed to humiliate himself and his father Thursday during an interview in which he accidentally suggested had inflated the value of properties owned by the Trump Organization.

During an interview with Eric Bolling of Newsmax, HuffPost notes, Don Jr. whined that people often base their valuations on his daddy’s real estate holdings depending upon their motives.

So how much are Trump Tower and Mar-a-Lago worth?

“If it’s worth 18 million and that’s good for the soundbite at the time, it’s worth 18 million. If it’s worth hundreds of millions the next day for a different purpose, it’s worth hundreds of millions. And that’s what’s going on.”

Of course, Junior failed to mention that his dad does the same damn thing! He was even found liable in New York for inflating the value of his properties when he needed loans and then reducing them at tax time. How’s that for irony? As a result, the failed ex-president now owes the Empire State some $464 million in penalties.

Twitter users were only too happy to remind Don Jr. of the facts.

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Donald Trump’s Latest Angry Rant About Immigrant Children Gets Turned On His Own Kids 

Over the weekend, failed one-term former president Donald Trump attacked immigrants and their children as part of a campaign rally he held in Dayton, Ohio.

“I don’t know if you call them people. In some cases, they’re not people in my opinion. But I’m not allowed to say that because the radical left says that’s a terrible thing to say,” Trump ranted.

Trump has also claimed, “They let — I think the real number is 15, 16 million people into our country. When they do that, we got a lot of work to do. They’re poisoning the blood of our country.”

But as “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough noted Monday morning, the irony of Trump’s remarks cannot be overstated, as four of his five children — Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka, Eric, and Barron — were given birth by immigrants.

That led Rev. Al Sharpton to remark, “You may disagree with the policy, but to make people less than human is exactly the kinds of things that Blacks went through in America; being called three-fifths of a man. We’re now dealing with different policies based on those that are on the right that want to do it for different strokes for different folks.”

“I’d remind Donald Trump, his own in-laws were immigrants that had to be brought into citizenship,” he continued. ” So what makes their blood different than somebody’s blood from South America that may be seeking a better life, and we need to have a policy that would not have them come in a way that would be contrary to our view.”

“But clearly, we can’t act like their blood is poisonous.”

“Reverend, if I’m not mistaken, one, two, three, four of his five children are children of immigrants,” Scarborough interjected. “Four of his five children are children of immigrants. I don’t get it. So did they poison the blood of America when they came here? Are his children poisoning the blood?”

“How would he feel if politicians were saying his children and his wives poisoned the blood of America?”

Sharpton concurred.

“By his definition, he participated in that, by his own definition. I mean, this is absolutely offensive beyond politics.”

Of course, as with everything Trump says and does, he thinks his rhetoric doesn’t apply to him. He’s one of the biggest hypocrites on the planet, and he belongs in prison.

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Donald Trump And His Sons Could Soon Face Tax Charges From The IRS

Having been found guilty of bank and tax fraud and fined $355 million by New York Judge Arthur Engoron, things could be about to take an even nastier turn for failed one-term president Donald Trump and his two oldest sons, Don Jr. and Eric, according to a former prosecutor.

After Engoron’s ruling, according to NBC News, New York Attorney General Letitia James issued a statement.

“Donald Trump is finally facing accountability for his lying, cheating, and staggering fraud. Because no matter how big, rich, or powerful you think you are, no one is above the law,” James said in a statement, calling the ruling “a tremendous victory for this state, this nation, and for everyone who believes that we all must play by the same rules — even former presidents.”

The Friday ruling could also serve as the basis for new legal problems for Trump and the Trump Organization.

Legal analyst Catherine Christian told MSNBC host Ali Velshi that AG James has made it clear she will be passing along the findings that served as the basis for her case to the U.S. Department of Justice.

“If now the federal government, the Southern District of New York sort of passed on this publicly, but that does not mean that they can’t, as long as it’s within the statute of limitations take another look,” Christian explained.

“And clearly, the federal government, the Internal Revenue Service, they sort of never stop looking at you, and so yes, the AG’s office referred to it to other authorities, and it could be possible that each of the defendants, not just Donald Trump, his sons, [Allen] Weisselberg could be in legal jeopardy, even criminal jeopardy.”

If Donnie thought he had a bad day in court on Friday, just wait until the IRS starts seizing his bank accounts and properties to pay any taxes and penalties. By the time they’re finished with him, he won’t have a proverbial pot to piss in or a window to throw it out of.



Donald Trump Jr’s High School Nickname Is Hilarious And Humiliating

There are few people on the face of the planet who are as disgusting and objectionable as former president Donald Trump, but his namesake son is certainly in the running.

Donald Trump Jr. is always looking for ways to be an ass-kissing sycophant to his old man. Maybe that’s just so he won’t be written out of the will or because he sees his own asshole self in his father.

Looking backwards, you can often see how a person became who they are, and that’s the case with Don Jr., whose high school yearbook perfectly explains how he came to be the clueless, adulterous jackass he is today, according to OK! Magazine:

“One of Don Jr.’s yearbook quotes explains a lot about what he’s learned from his father, Donald Trump, over the years. ‘It takes a big man to admit he’s wrong and I’m not a big man. -Fletch,’ reads a quote underneath a portrait of his younger self on a page, obtained exclusively by OK!, from his yearbook.

“Don Jr. attended The Hill School, a boarding school located in Pottstown, Pa., before enrolling at the University of Pennsylvania.”

Be sure and note the nicknames Junior had in high school, too. One of them is “stank.” It’s impossible to know what exactly that means without confirmation from Don Jr., but it does match with something we learned about Junior when he was in college at the University of Pennsylvania:

“While an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania, Trump Jr. reportedly earned a reputation around campus for his rowdy, inebriated habits — notably, passing out in his classmates’ rooms, and wetting their beds.

“Diaper Don would wake up in some stranger’s dorm room or off-campus apartment or bedroom in his frat house, covered in piss, walk back to his own room, and get blitzed that evening or the next anew.”

So, the next time you happen to be on social media and want to get under Don Jr’s skin, remember to use “stank” and “Diaper Don.” Or you can just post that yearbook picture and ask him: What in the hell were you thinking with that hair?!


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Filmmaker Uncovers Bizarre Dynamic Between Eric And Don Jr. – Eric Is ‘Scared’ Of His Brother

If you ever wondered how tight of a family the Trumps are, British documentarian Alex Holder found out during his hours of filming them and reports that things are just as dysfunctional as you’d expect;

Holder has released his documentary about the Trumps, “Unprecedented,” and agreed to be part of an “Ask Me Anything” session on Reddit, where he responded to questions.

One of the most interesting things Holder revealed is that Eric Trump is “scared” of Donald Trump Jr.

“Eric seemed to be pretty scared of his older brother.”

Additionally, Holder notes that he found Eric to be the least like his father, but Don Jr. and Ivanka were “very similar to their old man.”

“Eric was the friendliest,” Holder noted. “I don’t think Don, Jr. liked me very much.”

Did Holder sense any love among the family members? Nope.

When asked if he thought there was “genuine love” in the family, Holder said the Trumps had a “pretty unusual family dynamic” that was “all about supporting ‘Dad’ — at all costs.”

And then there’s the matter of Donald himself. He’s just as laughable as you think:

Holder said that the former president wears “a huge amount of makeup,” which he puts on himself in a process that takes “a couple of hours each morning.” He also commented that Trump did say racist things off-camera and that the former president’s diet mainly consisted of burgers and Diet Coke. 

How did the Trumps treat Holder? They tried to schmooze him:

“It’s interesting. They are a real estate family from New York. So, they are good at the charm and schmooze…. But to be honest, it’s pretty transparent.”

Liars, bullshitters, grifters, and dysfunctional as hell. Yes, the Trump clan is just as messed up as we all suspected, and it sounds like they deserve each other, if only because most people wouldn’t have anything to do with such unsavory characters.