Our Supreme Draft Dodging Scumbag and wall builder President Donald T-RUMP leveraged his claims to be a world-class deal maker to win the presidency, touting that his fabled negotiating skills would reap benefits for America.  

Boy, did that turn out to be a crock of sh*t and lies… So, supposedly he wrote a book.  Oh-no, more bullshit it seems coming from the Donald. 

The businessman who hired a writer to pen "The Art of the Deal" was supposed to translate his real estate prowess into governing.   But the longer he stays in office, the better we understand why his ghostwriter now says the book was a sham.  At the end of his presidency a new version will be coming out…

 In conjunction with a huge staff, close to 16,400 lies are a lot and hard to handle, we are swamped, for sure he is the most prolific liar the world has seen since Hitlers entire crew and if we add the usual critters like Giuliani, Pence, and Graham, they might surpass all the liars in history.  

Then we will bring out my book on the T-RUMP Presidency, a sequel called the “ The Farts In My Spiel”.  And it will answer those questions Americans and the world for that matter want answers to.  

Trump: The Art of the Deal is a 1987 book authored by Tony Schwartz and credited to Donald Trump.  Part memoir and part business-advice book, it was the first book credited to T-RUMP  and helped to make him a "household name".  It reached number 1 on The New York Times Best Seller list, stayed there for 13 weeks, and altogether held a position on the list for 48 weeks.

The book received additional attention during Trump's 2016 campaign for the presidency of the United States. He cited it as one of his proudest accomplishments and his second-favorite book after the Bible.  (BULLSH*T and a Total Lie, he doesn’t read anything)

The ghost writer Tony Schwartz called writing the book his “ greatest regret in life, without question,” and both he and the book’s publisher, Howard Kaminsky, said that T-RUMP had played no role in the actual writing of the book. Trump has given conflicting accounts on the question of authorship.

T-RUMP was persuaded to produce the book by Condé Nast owner Si Newhouse after the May 1984 issue of Newhouse's magazine GQ – with Trump appearing on the cover – sold well.  Schwartz was hired for $250,000 upfront and assigned half the royalties to write the book.

According to Schwartz in July 2016, Trump wrote none of the book, choosing only to remove a few critical mentions of business colleagues at the end of the process. T-RUMP responded with conflicting stories, saying “I had a lot of choice of who to have write the book, and I chose Schwartz”, but then said,  " Schwartz didn't write the book. I wrote the book.”  ( More lies) 


🏛 I have learned not to hate people, I may hate what they stand for, but not against them personally…  except… when they constantly lie to the people of this great nation, dodge the draft, sacrifice others, promote hatred, bigotry and prejudice, sanctimonious bullshit, indecency and that defines our President Donald J. T-rump as a Draft Dodging Scumbag Low Life wart on the assholes of the ignorant who support him.  

This man is driven by hatred, and so mentally incapacitated you fell sorry for him.  T-RUMP is just another mentally diminished nutcase with a definitive combination of every illness I learned about in two years of college level psychology.   You spend the first two years learning the craft by recognition of problems.  He has many.  But he is also a crafty crook and does a fine job of deviation and manipulation.

He is in ( serious numbers of quotes from psychiatrists) total denial, he is in a job he accidentally fell into because people who voted for him, the American rural voters did so by facial recognition and names they can spell.  They show obvious signs of stupidity and ignorance by their continuous support and vote by TV fake news like FOX and as believers of the lies Donald and cohorts dreamed up every day.

He never wanted the job, it was all a self righteous big publicity stunt that has cost this country more than it can repair in the next two decades or more and some things will not easily be repaired, like the trust and alliances, information sharing against the war in terrorism.       

The man is a sick he would grope your wife if he had the chance.  That doesn’t seem to bother sick people like the GOP base and the Evangelicals. The Conservative Greedy Fakes seem to go well with other fakes.  He might want to find out soon if he can PARDON himself?

Ever wonder how all those Senators are millionaires and better on 200,000 dollars a year.

I still love honest Republican and Democratic conservatives, nothing wrong with guarding the henhouse and engaged in rational conversation.  This is not about you, this is about that 40% GOP lower bar ignorant level, screaming “ Lock them up” and other stupid chants.  

General Flynn the stupid asshole traitor schmuck that started and pushed the phrase “Lock em up”,  and all that chanting by morons,  FLYNN is the one going to prison and locked up for a long time as a traitor to his country.  Great retribution for a loser.  Obama warned T-RUMP about him and T-RUMP didn’t listen.





That we know of, whats buried as expenses paid to Mar-A Lago and other courses he owns plus room and board

The HuffPost analysis, which uses figures from the Government Accountability Office, shows that $81 million of taxpayer money has been spent on the President’s two dozen golfing trips to Florida, $17 million has been spent on his 15 trips to golf in New Jersey, and $1 million has been spent at his golf resort in Los Angeles.

In addition, $3 million went towards his two-day trip to Scotland last summer, $1.3 million of which was just for the rental cars for those that joined him for the trip.

The $102 million is, according to the analysis, 255 times the annual presidential salary Trump volunteered not to take upon winning the election. It is also three times the cost of Robert Muller’s investigation of possible Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to the HuffPostanalysis.

Trump has spent nearly 25 percent of his days in office at one of his golf properties for some portion of the day. There have been days where Trump has visited one of his golf clubs and not played golf. He made a 40-minute visit to his T-RUMP National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., and he has made a three-day visit to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, to watch the 2017 US Women's Open, unfolding at that club. 

T-RUMP spent a 17-day “ orking vacation” at T-RUMP National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, in August, which meant all of those days count as days on his golf courses, even though he didn’t necessarily play golf on all of those days, just most of them…

T-RUMP has played golf with friends, famous people (including golfers Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Daniel Berger, Hideki Matsuyama, Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau and Ernie Els) and for political and diplomatic purposes. 

He played with Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, who has become an ally on taxes. Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe in February and November in 2017, as well in April 2018. He’s played with legendary quarterback Peyton Manning and Tennessee Senator Nutcase Bob Corker. He does seem to struggle with basic etiquette at times, as Donald T-RUMP has driven his golf cart on the greens.

We don't know if Trump has played golf every time he shows up to one of his clubs. That's because the Trump Administration has gone out of its way to bar the White House press pool from shadowing President Trump when he goes to his golf clubs. That means T-RUMP could be playing golf, or he could be hitting golf balls on the range. 

TIP: Don’t drive  your cart on the greens, Donald. So stupid of you

Donald T-RUMP  who has played some 188 plus days apparently has no clue that he’s not supposed to drive a golf cart on putting greens.  Twitter user Mike Frank shared video Tuesday of the 45th President apparently using a golf cart to drive on the greens at T-RUMP National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, during one of his trips to one of his 17 owned-or-operated courses.   

He previously was on pace to visit his golf clubs more than 650 times in an eight-year presidency. However, his pace as of Aug. 6, 2018 now indicates T-RUMP would spend as much as 745 days of his presidency at a golf course if he wins a second term and serves both terms to completion.  

President Donald T-RUMP  through his T-RUMP Organization, owns or operates 17 different golf courses or properties around the world, including 12 in the United States, two in Dubai (one open, another opening in 2018), one in Ireland and two in Scotland, as well planned courses in Indonesia.

Two of those U.S. golf courses is close to his Mar-a-Lago private club in West Palm Beach, Fla., and that's where Trump plays the bulk of his golf as President in the winter. He spends plenty of time at his golf club in Sterling, Va., about 20 miles from the White House. He also loves to stay at his Summer White House at T-RUMP National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.

How many times has Trump played golf as President of the United States? Since taking office on Jan. 20, 2017, Mr. Trump has reportedly been on the grounds of his golf courses or played golf elsewhere 188 times since becoming President, and that's as of May 19, 2019.

The cost of Trump’s golf rounds to the American taxpayer varies by round and course, but it has totaled so far in the tens of millions of dollars.  Actually it is over 100 million. And in one year played more golf than President Obama played in eight.

He played with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe in February and November in 2017, as well in April 2018. He’s played with legendary quarterback Peyton Manning and Tennessee senator Bob Corker. 

He does seem to struggle with basic etiquette at times, as Donald T-RUMP has driven a golf cart on the gteens.



BREAKING: President T-RUMP has posted an 18-hole golf score to @USGA Golf Handicap Information Network for first time this season - a 68 on a course with a 75.3 rating/139 slope.     (CERTIFIED BULLSH*T and LAUGHED AT)

The Cheater - T-RUMP has a reputation of being a rather prolific cheater on the golf course, with playing partners sometimes calling him out for the tendency of his mishit balls off the tee to miraculously end up in the fairway.  T-RUMP accused of taking another player's ball to cheat and win a championship at one of his golf clubs.

Speaking with a Norwegian newspaper in 2018, the LPGA golfer Suzann Pettersen said that she had seen Trump’s cheating up close.  "He cheats like hell. So I don't quite know how he is in business. They say that if you cheat at golf, you cheat at business,” Pettersen said.  (Well Said And True)

She continued: "He always says he is the world's best putter. But in all the times I've played him, he's never come close to breaking 80. But what's strange is that every time I talk to him, he says he just golfed a 69, or that he set a new course record or won a club championship someplace."

Between Trump’s claim of a shockingly low score — it was 28 strokes lower than the last round that had been recorded with the service — and his reputation on the golf course, many people on Twitter were quick to cast doubt on the validity of the president’s round.   ( You mean you even thought he was honest, shame)

People Twitted
•  I’m beginning to think that President Trump’s score cards from his rounds of golf might not be extremely accurate.
T-RUMP posted a 68 on a very difficult course. (Did not include XXX Mulligan’s and Shenanigans… ( Cheating) 

•  Golf is a game which gives you a lot of insight into peoples character. The score is a reflection of how honest and truthful he is.  It is sad and embarrassing that to think he is our President.   A 68?  Sure. If it refers to Trump’s IQ or his score after 9 holes of golf.

•   As someone who plays and knows the game of Golf, there is no chance T-RUMP shot a 68.  If he was to be removed from office (Cheapest would be assassination @$1.38 for one .338 Lapua Round) it would save the taxpayers about three trillion dollars from the national debt which he claimed he would eliminate…   (please laugh, I think he meant it as a joke)




Thats where all the real scum is. You will not find much from his recent doctors who gave him fake rave reviews.  Both have dropped off the maps since they lied about him.   One blown out by a Congress who would not vet him, the tipsy drug issuing Admiral and the other whose practice might not appeal to everyone.  Now he wants to promote the Admiral, AKA ADMIRAL Dr. Feelgood, the liberal pill pusher in the WhiteHouse.

Breaking news  WASHINGTON – Two daughters of a New York podiatrist say that 50 years ago their father diagnosed President Donald T-RUMP with bone spurs in his heels as a favor to the doctor’s landlord, Fred T-RUMP, The New York Times reported Wednesday:

Trump received five deferments from the draft for military service during the Vietnam War.  He received four education deferments while he was a college student and a fifth deferment in 1968 for a medical exemption after he graduated. 

Larry Braunstein, who died in 2007, rented a ground floor office in a building owned by Trump in Jamaica, Queens. His daughters, Elysa Braunstein, 56, and Sharon Kessel, 53, told the Times that their father's role in Trump's diagnosis had become "family lore." "It was something we would always discuss," Elysa Braunstein told the Times. She and her sister are both Democrats who oppose Trump, according to the newspaper. 

Elysa Braunstein said their father made the diagnosis to gain access to the landlord and that she didn't know if her father even examined the junior Trump.  

"I know it was a favor," Elysa Braunstein said. "What he got was access to Fred Trump," she told the Times. "If there was anything wrong in the building, my dad would call and Trump would take care of it immediately. That was the small favor that he got."

The women did not offer any documentation to back up their claims. They said their father’s story also involve on how much Fred Trump helped his son through the years, giving him what today would be more than $410 million. And  a second podiatrist, Manny Weinstein, who died in 1995.   Weinstein's landlord was also Fred Trump. 

The White House did not make Trump available for a follow-up interview to the New York Times and did not respond to written questions about his service record.

In October, the Times reported T-RUMP told the Times in 2016 that a doctor wrote him a letter for the draft board about the bone spurs – which Trump said were "temporary" and "minor" – but he could not recall the doctor's name.   "I had a doctor that gave me a letter – a very strong letter on the heels," Trump told the Times. 

Questions about Trump’s deferments have dogged him at least since 2011 when The Smoking Gun published an extract of his draft record. 

Critics have noted that T-RUMP was an athlete who enjoyed playing football, baseball, squash, tennis and golf in the years before his medical deferment.  

"I was the best baseball player in New York when I was young," Trump told interviewer Michael D'Antonio in 2014. "I was always the best at sports." 

"It was a long time ago," Trump told reporters at a July 2015 campaign rally in Iowa. "I had student deferments and then ultimately had a medical deferment because of my feet. I had a bone spur." 

When asked which foot had the problem, Trump – who has claimed to have "one of the greatest memories of all time" – told reporters that he could not remember. His campaign later released a statement saying the spurs affected both feet. 

The late Sen. John McCain, a Vietnam veteran whom Trump said was not a war hero because he got captured, took a veiled shot at the president's medical deferment during an October 2017 C-SPAN interview. 

"One aspect of the conflict, by the way, that I will never ever countenance is that we drafted the lowest-income level of America, and the highest-income level found a doctor that would say that they had a bone spur. That is wrong. That is wrong. If we are going to ask every American to serve, every American should serve," McCain said. 

Back in 1968, at the age of 22, Donald J. T-RUMP seemed the picture of health.  He stood 6 feet 2 inches with an athletic build; had played football, tennis and squash; and was taking up golf. His medical history was unblemished, aside from a routine appendectomy when he was 10.

But after he graduated from college in the spring of 1968, making him eligible to be drafted and sent to Vietnam, he received a diagnosis that would change his path: bone spurs in his heels.  The diagnosis resulted in a coveted 1-Y medical deferment that fall, exempting him from military service as the United States was undertaking huge troop deployments to Southeast Asia, inducting about 300,000 men into the military that year.


AKA “ CAPTAIN BONE SPURS” by Senator Tammy Duckworth

PROOFED AND VERIFIED:  In the fall of 1968, Donald J. Trump received a timely diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels that led to his medical exemption from the military during Vietnam.  He does not have bone spurs. It’s a lie.  A setup by his fathers friendship with a client who was renting from the TRUMPS.  
He’s the guy in the picture with his ball in his hand and below is his class picture showing the seven or eight teams that he participated on telling the draft board he had bone spurs?   His test grades are sequest-turd under lock and key because his marks are those probably in the idiot - to simpleton range…

Today we know  the truth.  For 50 years, the details of how the exemption came about, and who made the diagnosis, have remained a mystery, with Mr. T-RUMP himself saying during the presidential campaign that he could not recall who had signed off on the medical documentation. The paperwork has been secured.

The deferment was one of five Mr. Trump received during Vietnam. The others were for education.  His experience during the era is drawing new scrutiny after the Muslim American parents of a soldier who was killed in Iraq publicly questioned whether Mr. Trump had ever sacrificed for his country. In an emotional speech at the Democratic National Convention last week, the soldier’s father, Khizr Khan, directly addressed Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, saying, “You have sacrificed nothing and no one.”

Mr. Trump’s public statements about his draft experience sometimes conflict with his Selective Service records, and he is often hazy in recalling details.  In an interview with The New York Times last month, Mr. Trump said the bone spurs had been “temporary” — a “minor” malady that had not had a meaningful impact on him. He said he had visited a doctor who provided him a letter for draft officials, who granted him the medical exemption. He could not remember the doctor’s name.  “I had a doctor that gave me a letter — a very strong letter on the heels,” Mr. Trump said in the interview.

Donald Trump’s Draft Experience

Mr. Trump’s public statements about what kept him out of serving in Vietnam sometimes conflict with his Selective Service records.  Asked to provide The Times with a copy of the letter, which he had obtained after his fourth student deferment, Mr. Trump said he would have to look for it. A spokeswoman later did not respond to repeated requests for copies of it.

The Selective Service records that remain in the National Archives — many have been discarded — do not specify what medical condition exempted Mr. T-RUMP from military service.  Mr. Trump has described the condition as heel spurs, which are protrusions caused by calcium built up on the heel bone, treated through stretching, orthotics or sometimes surgery.

Mr. T-RUMP said that he could not recall exactly when he was no longer bothered by the spurs, but that he had not had an operation for the problem.   “Over a period of time, it healed up,” he said.

In the 2015 biography “The Truth About Trump,” the author, Michael D’Antonio, described interviewing Mr. Trump, who at one point slipped off a loafer to display a tiny bulge on his heel. And during a news conference last year, Mr. Trump could not recall which heel had been involved, prompting his campaign to release a statement saying it was both.

Mr. Trump, who has hailed his health as “perfection,” said the heel spurs were “not a big problem, but it was enough of a problem.”





A new record has been set by the greatest liar of all times Donald J. T-RUMP 12,019 and counting!  Thats twelve thousand and nineteen certified lies, distortion and bullsh*t that his GOP base just eats up and loves.    But given the attention to the worsening economic news, many of those lies have been ignored.


1)  “They, the Federal Reserve also did quantitative tightening, which was ridiculous. And so — and despite that — you know, if you look — I guess you could call it normalized, but if you look, our economy is doing fantastically, and if you take a look at the previous administration, they weren’t paying interest. They had no interest rates, they had loosening, not tightening, and frankly it’s a big difference.”

Trump consistently appears jealous that the Fed kept interest rates near zero during the Obama administration. Obama, of course, faced the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, with unemployment reaching 10 percent. The economy is now basically at full employment. Zero percent interest rates would mean the economy was again in a free fall — presumably not something T-RUMP wants.

2)  During the 2016 presidential campaign, T-RUMP often complained the stock market was kept artificially high by low interest rates and would come crashing down once rates were raised. But it did not.

One reason the Fed raised interest rates to 2.5 percent in December 2018 is to better prepare for the slowing economy down the road.

3)   “In the last three downturns, the Fed cut the fed-funds rate by five percent points, 4.8 percent points, and 5.3 percentage points,” noted prominent economist Martin Feldstein at the time. 

“But with a starting level of 2%, it could reduce the federal-funds rate by only two percent points before hitting zero.” (Feldstein died in June.) He also noted that extremely low interest rates can destabilize the economy, with businesses taking on excessive debt and bankers lending to lower-quality borrowers.

4)  “We’re right now the number one country anywhere in the world by far as an economy.”

Trump often makes this claim, but it’s unclear what it’s based on. The United States is certainly the largest economy, but it does not have the highest economic growth in the world, even if one looks only at advanced economies.

5)  “We’ve been talking about indexing for a long time, and many people like indexing, and it can be done very simply, it can be done directly by me. And so we’ve been looking at that. As you probably have heard, I can do it directly.”

Trump suggests he can order the indexing of capital gains for inflation without an act of Congress. (This would reduce taxes for people who hold stocks for long term.) But Attorney General William P. Barr, when he served in the same post during the George H.W. Bush administration, studied the issue and concluded that a president could not do it on his own: “The question was clear, can we, simply through administrative action, index capital gains? … Not only did I not think we could, I did not think that a reasonable argument could be made to support that position,” he said in 1993.

The Congressional Research Service, in a 2018 report, said such a move would reduce government revenue by $10 billion to $30 billion, with small effects on economic growth and national savings. “The change would favor high-income individuals with about 60% benefiting the top 0.1% and around 90% benefiting the top 1% in the income distribution,” the report said.

6)  “So it was the G8 for a long time, and now it’s the G7, and a lot of the time we talk about, we talk about Russia — we’re talking about Russia cause I’ve gone to numerous G7 meetings, and I guess President Obama, because Putin outsmarted him — President Obama thought it wasn’t a good thing to have Russia in, so he wanted Russia out. … For most of the time, it was the G8, it included Russia, and President Obama didn’t want Russia in because he got outsmarted.”

This is false. Russia was ousted from the Group of Eight (G8) because of the invasion and annexation of Crimea, with the rest of the group of industrialized democracies saying the act was inconsistent with the “shared beliefs of the G8.” There had been 22 meetings of the G7 before Russia was invited to join by then-President Bill Clinton. Then Russia attended 17 meetings before it invaded Crimea. The G7 meeting in France later this month will be the sixth since Russia was removed. So it’s incorrect to say “most of the time” the group included Russia.

7)   “They send millions of Mercedes over, they send millions of BMWs over.”
Trump, in complaining about what he perceives as hard-nosed negotiating by the European Union, greatly inflates the number of German cars imported to the United States. About 300,000 BMWs and 350,000 Mercedes are sold in the United States each year — and more than one-quarter of German vehicles sold here are made in the United States, in factories in Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina.

8)  “Our country cannot continue to pay China $500 billion a year because stupid people are running it.”
Trump consistently inflates the US trade deficit with China. It was $380 billion in 2018, $337 billion in 2017 and $309 billion in 2016, according to the Commerce Department. Notice that it has continued to grow under Trump. As we often note, countries do not make or lose money on trade deficits.

9)  “China’s had the worst year they’ve had in 27 years. And a lot of people are saying the worst year they’ve had in 54 years.”

China had the worst year in terms of economic growth in 27 years, but at 6.2 percent, it’s still three times faster than the United States’ rate. We have no clue why Trump claims “a lot of people” say it is the worst in 54 years.

10)  “Your statement about, ‘Oh, will we fall into a recession for two months,’ OK? The fact is, somebody had to take China on. My life would be a lot easier if I didn’t take China on. But I like doing it because I have to do it.”

A recession is two quarters of negative economic growth. That’s six months, not two months.

11)  “All of a sudden, she starts with tears — tears… And I don’t buy it — I don’t buy it. I don’t buy it for a second because I’ve seen her in a very vicious mood at campaign rallies — my campaign rallies — before she was a congresswoman. I said who is that? And I saw a woman that was violent and vicious and out of control and all of a sudden, I see this person who’s crying because she can’t see her grandmother.”

Both in his remarks to reporters and in a tweet, Trump claimed that Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) was “violent.” Apparently, he’s referring to a video that resurfaced in July of Tlaib protesting during a 2016 speech that Trump gave at the Detroit Economic Club.

“It is unacceptable that anyone with the platform of a major party candidate has worked to mainstream hate.” Tlaib wrote in the Detroit Free Press, explaining why she disrupted the speech. “Trump has created an atmosphere wherein my sons are questioning their place and identity as Arab Americans and Muslims.”

Here’s the video. She’s certainly loud, but “violent?” It may be in the eye of the beholder. But the dictionary definition of “violent” is “using or involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something.” That’s not what Tlaib is doing.



He is definitely and defiantly suffering from Crainial-Rectal Dyslexia Fifth Level

 ( Commonly called ‘Sh*t for Brains Syndrome)