There’s a hubbub in social media circles about a $20 million donation supposedly directed toward Speaker Paul Ryan after his endorsement of Donald Trump. Twitter accounts (like this one) and online mags (such as this one) are making much ado about the money, the timing and the implication of a quid pro quo scenario.
10-11-2016 – Days before the release of the video recording in which Donald Trump describes his sexual assaults in crude and demeaning language, and days before the “nastiest Presidential debate of all time,” and days before GOP leaders abandoned their nominee, Hillary Clinton had taken the lead in all five swing states.
In Florida, when someone demonstrates that he or she is a danger to oneself or another, that person can be involuntarily committed for a psychiatric evaluation. The law, commonly called the Baker Act, is used routinely by mental health practitioners to remove suicidal or homicidal people from the general environment as a safety measure.
If there’s one area where Donald Trump is a proven flop, it’s as a writer.
In 24 years, Trump has authored 14 books. Each one is titled to attract wannabe millionaires with single focus themes and simplistic titles like How to Get Rich and Think Like A Billionaire and Think Big and Kick Ass. Continue reading “Trump the Deadbeat Writer”→