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Tiny Hands Trump Spent Monday Evening Threatening Cory Booker And ‘Pocahontas’

Donald Trump, as usual, spent his free time Monday evening doing his best to troll the first night of the Democratic National Convention. The focus of much of his ire wound up being New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.

“Trump says he would run our country like he has run his businesses. Well, I’m from Jersey, and we have seen the way he leads. In Atlantic City, he got rich while his companies declared multiple bankruptcies. Yet without remorse, even as people got hurt by his failures, he bragged, ‘The money I took out of there was incredible.’ Yes, he took out lots of cash but he stiffed contractors – many of them small businesses, refusing to pay them for the work they’d done. America has seen enough of a handful of people growing rich at the cost of our nation descending into economic crisis.”

Trump, ever the petulant child, took to Twitter and posted this:

Of course, Trump knows nothing about virtually everything, so his commentary is invalid from the start. As for having a future, it’s safe to say Senator Booker does indeed have one, and after Election Day, Trump will revert back to ripping off hardworking Americans with Ponzi schemes like Trump University.

When Senator Warren got up to speak, Trump again reverted to his offensive “Pocahontas” nickname:

Trump also had some cheap shots for Bernie Sanders, who was effusive in his praise of Clinton on Monday evening:

If this is the best Trump can do, then he and his campaign truly are doomed. And they are. They got their post-convention bounce, but Trump-Pence will be bounced back to where they came from on Election Day.

This article was originally published by the same author at LiberalAmerica.org

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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