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The latest Comments Made by T-RUMP Neanderthals

After listening to these two morons, they are truly embodied in the expression “ This is where the rotten apples fall from the tree", and comments made by either of the T-rump sperm bank failures are in most cases too stupid to repeat.

These two male mistakes, the Neanderthals, Donny Jr and Eric, are so ignorant, we have surmised going after them would be like trying to kill an ant hill one ant at a time, so we would, like to bury the hatchet once and for all— in their skulls —  when bigger idiots are born - it will be from a T-rump next generation sperm bank 


With all the documentation of Russian collusion piling up, President Donald Trump's best excuse may be that his people were too incompetent to organize a conspiracy. Luckily for him, an innocent-by-reason-of-stupidity defense has the virtue of being plausible.

For example, there is clear and compelling evidence that Donald Trump Jr. is dumb as a post.

This week brings word that the Trump campaign was in direct contact with WikiLeaks, described by Trump's own CIA director as "a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia." And who was the point of contact? D'oh! Donald Junior — asking privately for information from WikiLeaks, which at one point suggested an action that the candidate took, in part, just minutes later.

This follows the discovery in July that Junior met with Russians during the campaign. He first claimed the meeting concerned adoption, then admitted it was to get dirt on Hillary Clinton, then said nothing was untoward because the information provided by the Russians "wasn't helpful." This, as Jimmy Kimmel pointed out, was like saying "I tried to rob the bank but I forgot they weren't open on Sundays."

A tweet pinned to the top of Junior's Twitter page says, "Life is hard; it's even harder when you're stupid." And Junior should know. Some of his colleagues on the Trump campaign mocked him as “Alfredo," the weak son in "The Godfather." Trump surrogate Chris Christie euphemistically described Junior as “ By no means a sophisticated political actor.” ( Frickin moron might be more apropos) -

On Election Day in Virginia last week, Junior issued two tweets, hours apart, urging people to vote — "tomorrow," the day after the election. The previous week, Junior tweeted that he would take away half his daughter's Halloween candy because “ it's never to [sic] early to teach her about socialism." (He seemed not to grasp that trick-or-treating involves handouts.) This was Junior's second candy-related mishap; he previously shared a tweet likening Syrian refugees to a bowl of Skittles, asking if  “ I told you just three would kill you, would you take a handful?"

This week, as CNN's Andrew Kaczynski noticed, irony eluded Junior when he "liked" a tweet discrediting one of Roy Moore's accusers — because she "has had three divorces" and "filed for bankruptcy three times."

The 39-year-old Trump once tried to make it on his own, but after a couple of his ventures fizzled, he signed on with Dad, whom Junior has been "helping" ever since. Such as in September 2016, when he posted an image featuring Pepe the Frog, a white-supremacist emblem. Junior pleaded ignorance: “ I thought it was a frog in a wig."

A number of Junior's tweets over the years call people "morons" and "idiots" for their "unintelligible grammar" and poor spelling. Unfortunately, he routinely makes the same errors himself, sometimes in the tweets labeling others morons. When called on this, he explains, “  I just let spelling and grammar go" or "spelling has never been a strong point."

What has been his strong point? Speaking up for the “ moral teaching of the Bible" even though he previously boasted that he had some sexual “ hookups I don't remember." Telling the public that “ if ur a boob guy this whole lactation thing is amazing the sports bra the wife is wearing is losing the containment battle!!!"

His Twitter feed skews Low Playground, with vulgar words, jokes about bestiality and sexual assault and a quip about pretending to be gay so he can put his hands up women's skirts. When he ventures into big-boy topics, he gets in big trouble. On Twitter and in an interview at the time of former FBI director James Comey's testimony, he inadvertently confirmed one of Comey's main points. In a campaign interview, Junior spoke of reporters "warming up the gas chamber" for Republicans.

In 2011, he tweeted about Rep. Frederica S. Wilson (D-Fla.) wearing a cowboy hat but confused her for another black woman, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), which he spelled "Watters." He wrote: "Easier 2 take u seriously when u don't [sic] look like a stripper.

And sometimes the misfires are literal. After safari photos emerged of him in 2012 holding a knife and the tail of a dead elephant, Junior explained, "I HUNT & EAT game." This year, he observed Earth Day by shooting prairie dogs, which are not widely consumed.

In September, Junior raised a ruckus when he said he didn't want Secret Service protection. Security experts warned against this, and his protection has since been restored, but maybe Junior was safe all along. Those who want to harm America might conclude that they would do more damage leaving Junior right where he is.

Deposition excerpts of Trump and Trump Jr., in NY fraud probe released, Trump Jr. distances himself from Trump Org.’s financial statements

CNN  —  10/14/2022

Donald Trump Jr., a top executive at the Trump Organization, told New York investigators that he was not involved in preparing the real estate company’s financial statements at the center of a $250 million lawsuit and that his knowledge of accounting rules is limited to a college course, according to excerpts of his deposition released Thursday.

Excerpts of the testimony from Trump Jr., former President Donald Trump and others were included in the New York attorney general’s motion Thursday asking a state judge to grant a preliminary injunction to prevent the Trump Organization from continuing to use what investigators have alleged are fraudulent financial statements unless disclaimers are added and bar the company from shifting assets unless court approved.

CNN has previously reported that the former President asserted his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and squared off with New York Attorney General Letitia James at the start of the meeting. The excerpts reveal the specific questions Trump was asked – and refused to answer – during his four hours of testimony.

Trump said he prepared “very little” for the deposition and then read a long statement, which he released publicly earlier that day, criticizing James for conducting a “bogus investigation.”

An assistant state attorney asked Trump questions ranging from whether he was currently the president of the Trump Organization, to whether he had an agreement with his then-chief financial officer to prepare years of financial statements that were intentionally overvalued. He was asked if he personally approved the valuation methods used to value properties. To each question Trump replied, “ Same answer.”

Last month James sued Trump, Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump and the Trump Organization for allegedly using inflated financial statements to secure favorable terms on loans, insurance, and tax benefits in a decades-long fraud scheme. She is seeking to restrict their ability to conduct business in New York and recover $250 million in ill-gotten gains. The Trumps have denied any wrongdoing and have called the lawsuit politically motivated.

Watch New York AG announce lawsuit against Trump

Trump’s refusal to answer questions can be used against him in the civil lawsuit. He said he declined to answer them because of an ongoing criminal investigation into the same conduct led by the Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Eric Trump and Allen Weisselberg, a long-time chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, also declined to answer most questions. 

Trump Jr., who was compelled by a judge to sit for a deposition, has not publicly described his role preparing the company’s financial statements. His answers shed light on his potential defense to the allegations, distancing himself from both the documents’ preparation and accuracy. In his testimony, based on the excerpts, his tone was plain-spoken, and his demeanor appeared casual. 

A source familiar tells CNN that Trump Jr. answered all questions.  Ivanka Trump also answered questions when she was deposed this summer, but no excerpt of her testimony was made public.

Trump Jr. said he began working at the Trump Organization in 2001 after taking a gap year following his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a bachelor’s degree in economics. He started in a low-level position on construction sites, expanded to negotiate numerous high-profile building projects, and in 2017 was named one of the three trustees overseeing the company when his father became president. He said he now works in Florida.

Despite his senior position Trump Jr. testified that from 2010 to July 2022, when he appeared for his deposition, he had limited involvement in preparing the company’s financial statements.

Supreme Court rejects former President Donald Trump's request to intervene in Mar-a-Lago documents fight

“I had no real involvement in the preparation of the Statement of Financial Condition and don’t really remember ever working on it with anyone,” Trump Jr. said. “Again, people may have asked me about stuff tangentially that I gave them an answer to that they may have then utilized as a basis of knowledge to come up with whatever, but, no, not specifically as it relates to, you know, knowledge about the financial statement,” he added.

He said his knowledge of US accounting rules, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, is limited to what he learned from an “Accounting 101” college course.

“Well, I’m not an accountant, but that they are generally accepted,” he said when asked what he knew about GAAP. “That’s pretty much what I remember from Accounting 101, so…You know, I’m sure I could come up with some creative stuff to kill time, but I’d be doing neither of us a favor in terms of educating ourselves.”

Trump Jr. suggested that the Trump Organization’s long-time accounting firm Mazars USA, which dropped Trump as a client earlier this year, included disclaimer language in its engagement letter to protect itself against potential future liability. In the engagement letter, Mazars said the client, Trump, was responsible for the accuracy of the information in the financial statements. 

“It’s sort of seems like an odd thing all of a sudden after 30 years of doing each and every tax return probably to do that,” Trump Jr. testified. “The semantics of the language in the letter, I can’t tell if that was always the language from the engagement letters from 2011 and on, or did it become sort of a, let’s call it, you know, cover-your-ass language later on after 30 years of doing a tax return.”

Trump Jr. also distanced himself from the accuracy of the financial statements, testifying that he signed his name to bank certifications and financial statements only after conferring with people from the accounting and legal departments.

“Those people would have more intimate understanding of the specifics of those things. And whoever was bringing me a document, if it was more accounting, it was probably from accounting. If it was more legal, it would be from legal. And, ‘Hey, are we okay signing this document? Do you believe it to be honest and accurate?’ And if they were okay with it, they’d have much more knowledge than I would ever be able to amass, so I would sign it,” he testified. 

He added that once his father became president, the two did not discuss Trump Organization business.

Trump invokes Fifth Amendment rights but swipes at New York attorney general during deposition

When asked about a specific reference on a spreadsheet relating to 40 Wall Street, a Trump leased building around the corner from the New York attorney general’s office where the deposition took place, Trump Jr. switched into dealmaker mode. 

“I did all the leasing of the lovely building over your right shoulder. And I’d be remiss as a Trump to not point out the lovely real estate that sits right there and I get to stare at all day,” he said.

Colleen Faherty, the assistant state attorney general questioning Trump Jr., noted for the record that the window shades were down.

“They’re not that down,” Trump Jr. replied. “You know, I can still see probably about 30,000 square foot of a floor plate that – you know, have you thought about moving office buildings?:   Faherty replied, “Always a dealmaker.”
“Listen, you know, some s**t you can’t turn off, you know?” Trump Jr. replied.

Eric The Stupid  —   Controversy About Funds Usage  —  In 2016, the fundraising president of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital stated that the Eric Trump Foundation had raised and donated $16.3 million to the hospital since the charity's foundation.

In June 2017, Forbes reported that the Eric Trump Foundation shifted money intended to go to cancer patients to the Trumps' businesses. Eric Trump had asserted that his foundation got to use Trump Organization assets for free ("We get to use our assets 100% free of charge"), but that appears not to be true.  


👺   According to Forbes, more than $1.2 million of the donations went to the Trump Organization for the use of Trump's Westchester golf course, and "Golf charity experts say the listed expenses defy any reasonable cost justification for a one-day golf tournament.

👺   "According to a former foundation director, "We did have to cover the expenses. 

👺   The charity had grown so much that the Trump Organization couldn't absorb all of those costs anymore.” Forbes acknowledged that the charity has done a great deal of good, including an intensive-care unit that opened in 2015 at St. Jude and funding cancer research.  

👺   According to Trump, the Foundation's expense ratio is 12.6%, and "at no time did the Trump Organization profit in any way from the foundation or any of its activities".

👺   Forbes also reported that more than $500,000 of the money donated for cancer patients "was re-donated to other charities, many of which were connected to Trump family members or interests, including at least four groups that subsequently paid to hold golf tournaments at Trump courses.

👺   "According to Forbes, "All of this seems to defy federal tax rules and state laws that ban self-dealing and misleading donors. It also raises larger questions about the Trump family dynamics and whether Eric and his brother, Don Jr., can be truly independent of their father.  " The foundation says that relevant donors were informed that donations would be redirected. 

EDITOR:  Scumbags, liars, hustlers and cheaters like T-RUMP generally have progeny who grow up to be Scumbags, liars, hustlers and cheaters.   It’s a DNA genetic fault caused by Crainial-Rectal Dyslexia, whose street name is “ Sh*t for Brains”.  

The entire T-RUMP family suffers from this disease, probably from the Grandfather of the clan, Heinrich also like Donald Sr.  was a draft dodger, running a hotel as a pimp and whorehouse owner on the West coast when he escaped the German and Austrian army to immigrate to the US.

Some things just run in the family and like the rats that live in the sewersof New York very difficult to  eliminate.  

🐀 Rats — Mans worst pest in NYC are targets of Man’s Best Friend — 

The Eric Trump Foundation has advertised that its golf charity events raised money exclusively for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, with 95–100% of the money raised going toward the charity. Public tax records show that the foundation applied significant amounts of the funds raised to pay costs of the events to the Trump Organization for use of its facilities. Additionally, the foundation donated to charitable causes other than St. Jude and made grants to several other charities, including at least three animal welfare organizations and the American Society for Enology and Viticulture, a California wine industry organization.

Trump said in July 2016 that Donald Trump had made "hundreds of thousands of dollars in personal donations" to the Eric Trump Foundation in the past, but there is no evidence of that. When The Washington Post requested evidence, Trump appeared to backtrack and refused to give details.

In June 2017, the New York State Attorney General's Office confirmed that it had begun an inquiry into the Eric Trump Foundation, based on issues the Forbes investigation raised. The investigation was reported as ongoing in December 2018.

2016 Presidential Campaign  —   Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign was formally launched on June 16, 2015, at Trump Tower in New York City. Eric was a key advisor, fundraiser, and campaign surrogate during the campaign. He and his wife made campaign appearances in numerous states on his father's behalf.

On August 2, 2016, in a television appearance on CBS This Morning, Trump was asked to comment on his father's controversial statement to USA Today the previous day in which he said that if his daughter were ever subjected to sexual harassment in the workplace, he hoped she would find another company to work for or switch careers. Trump said, "Ivanka is a strong, powerful woman; she wouldn't allow herself to be objected to it.

Attempts To Overturn The 2020 Presidential Election  —   Trump has promoted several conspiracy theories  —  In May 2020, Trump said on Fox News that stay-at-home orders to combat the spread of COVID-19 were a strategy by the Democrats and the Joe Biden campaign intended to prevent his father's reelection by depriving him of the ability to conduct large campaign rallies. Trump said that after election day, "coronavirus will magically all of a sudden go away and disappear and everybody will be able to reopen.

In September 2020, Trump spread a false video that appeared to show Biden "being caught red-handed using a teleprompter" when he was not. Following his father's electoral defeat Eric Trump has engaged in attempts to overturn the 2020 United States presidential election, falsely calling the election result a "fraud" and threatening Republican lawmakers to overturn the result.

While ballots were being counted in the 2020 election, Trump made baseless claims intended to cast doubt on Pennsylvania's ballot-counting process  He shared a fake video that purported to show Trump ballots being burned.

Following the storming of the United States Capitol by his father's supporters in January 2021, Trump was among those who advanced the conspiracy theory that people associated with antifa were responsible for the attack.

Eric And Lara Trump In 2020—  On July 4, 2013, Trump became engaged to his longtime girlfriend Lara Lea Yunaska, an associate producer on the syndicated television news program Inside Edition. They married on November 8, 2014, at Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida. The couple's first child, a son, was born in 2017, and their daughter in 2019.

Big Game Hunting   In 2010, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) criticized Trump, a big game hunter, for an African hunting trip he took with his older brother.   PETA condemned the brothers after photos showed them on an organized safari in Zimbabwe, where they killed elephants and leopards. The director general of the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, V. Chandenga, issued an official response supporting the brothers and calling any allegations of illegality "baseless" and "false”. 

The brothers defended their safari on Twitter, affirming their actions as hunters and longtime advocates of the outdoors. Donald Trump also addressed the controversy, saying on TMZ that he fully supported his sons' actions.

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