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Trump needs a name

Donald Trump, “cheerleader in chief,” seems to take great pleasure in denigrating and demonizing his opponents and fellow Republicans. Even some races. Mexicans are rapists (pause), “but some are good.” Or Americans. “We are not great, we are weak.”

He calls Hillary Clinton “crooked” and “the devil.” He calls Ted Cruz “lying Ted,” John McCain a “quitter” after being shot down during war. McCain quit to become a POW for five years.

Well, I have a descriptive for him: Wacko Donald Trump.

Bill Joy


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