Samuel L. Jackson & Donald Trump are beefing about golf & it’s amazing


Earlier this week, a Samuel L. Jackson interview was published in Rhapsody Magazine, the in-flight magazine of United Airlines. I saw the quotes and I didn’t think much of it. Boy, was that a mistake. Sam was asked about his relationship with Donald Trump. Sam has talked about Trump in interviews throughout the autumn and winter, and Sam has never really said anything bad about him. I get the impression that Sam and Trump aren’t really friends, more like occasional golf buddies. And that’s what Sam has said too, and he’s actually been pretty small-c conservative in his assessment of Trump. But this is what Sam told Rhapsody:

“I’ve golfed with him. But it’s funny — last week or so, I actually got a bill from Trump National Golf Club. And I haven’t been there in four or five years, so I had my assistant call. They said it was for membership dues. And I said, ‘I’m not a member,’ and they said, ‘Yeah, you are — you have a member number.’ Apparently he’d made me a member of one of his golf clubs, and I didn’t even know it!”

Jackson also said Trump was an “interesting character” and “more P.T. Barnum than politician.”

The magazine finished by asking Jackson whether he was a better golfer than Trump.

“I am, for sure,” he replied, reportedly smiling as he added: “I don’t cheat.”

[From Yahoo]

As Yahoo pointed out in their coverage, Sam isn’t even the first person to accuse Trump of cheating in golf. Alice Cooper said Trump cheats at golf and so did sports writer Rick Reilly. Trump went HAM on both of them. So you can imagine how Trump reacted to Sam’s words.

This is one of Trump’s go-to tactics to try to take down an opponent – he basically claims that he doesn’t know the person and that the person is trying to get famous by talking smack about him (Trump). Except Sam Jackson isn’t some sportswriter who can be shouted down. Apparently, Sam had played golf with Trump… and Anthony Anderson. And Anderson had Sam’s back. Anderson posted a receipt of the lunch they had together. Shrimp and hot dogs?

So, obviously, Trump had to change his strategy.

Yeah. This is just funny to me. I know it should be sad, I know I should be getting up on my high horse about the state of politics today, but I’m just not feeling it. Donald Trump is such a petty buffoon. The Iowa Caucus is three weeks away. The New Hampshire primary is four weeks away. And what is Donald Trump doing? He’s Twitter beefing with Samuel L. Jackson over golf.

Oh, and Sam also talked about the whole situation with Seth Meyers this week:


Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. aims says:

    Samuel for life

  2. Nev says:

    Oh man.

    • Lucky says:

      Right?! More pt Barnum than politician is sooooo perfect!

      • SnarkySnarkers says:

        Hahahah! That is a very spot on assessment of Trump. Then when Anthony Anderson called Trump out for lying Trump’s response tweets didn’t even make any sense.

      • doofus says:

        “I don’t remember playing golf with him”

        *called out by someone who was there*

        “Not only do I remember playing golf with him, I remember how bad his swing was and that he cheats!”

        “oh, and he’s a big poopy pants, too!”

      • Pinky says:

        It’s like, should we be worried about his senility or his boldface lying about nothing? Neither is something I want in a Pres.

      • V4Real says:

        I loved how he proved what a big liar he is.

        How do you know he has a bad golf swing Donald? You said you never met the man.
        He’s telling Sam to stop doing commercials?
        Donald stop lying.
        Stop being a sexist
        Stop being a racist
        Stop the nonsense
        Stop running for President
        Just STOP period you buffoon.
        No, don’t stop…QUIT!

      • SnarkySnarkers says:

        Donald Trump has pretty much ruined taking anything political serious anymore. I’ve always thought it was a bit of a side show to begin with but there is no way someone like The Donald is at the top of the Republican polls. I just can’t. Same with Hillary. Everyone I talk to and everything I read is championing Bernie Sanders, how in the hell is she winning in the polls? I swear this stuff is rigged. I can’t wait until this mess is over.

      • Annie says:

        Totally agree. Sooooo perfect.

  3. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Oh, great. I just had a blinding vision of our future:

    Don’t know @VladimirPutin and to best of my knowledge never spoke to him but think he’s a fat loser. Put on a shirt. Get off that horse. Not a fan.

    I think I’ll go buy some canned goods and huge bottles of water for my basement. And duct tape. Don’t know what that’s for, maybe to seal up door? Note to self: find out what good is duct tape in WWIII.

    • vauvert says:

      If you want to move to Canada I will sponsor you:-)

      • GingerCrunch says:

        Can I invite myself and the husband? We love❤️Canada🇨🇦 and the hubs is a huge hockey fan! It’s that or my sister’s sailboat!

    • SusanneToo says:

      Duck & cover and hide under a desk. That’ll get you through a nuclear war.

    • Sixer says:

      The truly terrible* prospect is that if you guys elect him president and he manages to ignite WWIII, he’ll SURVIVE it. In the bunker. Then he’ll have to be one of the few to reseed humanity. I hope there’s a good satirist in the bunker.

      *well, funny rather than terrible, cos we’ll all be dead so we’ll have schadenfreude on our side

      • Zapp Brannigan says:

        He won’t survive because of the bunker, he will survive because he is a cockroach.

        I am also willing to sponsor anyone that wants to come live in Ireland, we have lots of rain but also lots of drinks, fun and potatoes.

      • Sixer says:

        Oh lord. It’ll be a mash up of Metamorphosis and the Handmaid’s Tale Underground! Can you imagine?

      • fun factor says:

        Oh, Sixer, The Handmaid’s Tale!! That is my absolute worst fear. I think of it every time some of the Tea Party zealots go crazy.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      LMAO Excellent. I would copyright that tweet immediately.

      And I suggest batteries too.

      I understand that people aren’t too concerned with Trump because it seems unfathomable that the man gets the nomination but … is it? I find it scary as hell that nobody takes him seriously. Because his numbers don’t exactly scream loser. It’s like everyone’s bumbling around in a Christmas food coma still. How did it get this far?

      • Lilacflowers says:

        My co-worker, a previously sane, previously intelligent, and previously compassionate woman takes him seriously and plans to vote for him.

      • Cran says:

        Sam Jackson is right. Trump is our modern day PT Barnum. Trump is an excellent marketer. its smoke & mirrors & he gets rich & someone else pays the price. He is a viable candidate to be elected POTUS. He is a proven liar & a cheat. He may not believe the outrageous things he says but he knows it draws attention. He is no different than any other candidate. We still have zero idea of what he believes or doesn’t believe.

        One worrying thing to me is what he would actually like to accomplish if elected. It’s not enough to say he will make America great again. What are his policies? How does he plan to support them? Where will the money come from? What about his personal business interests? What will be personally need to divest from to avoid conflicts of interest?

        Now he is attacking Cruz on his citizenship status. Again with the birther crap?

        Trump as a candidate is already effecting foreign policy. Britain is forced to deal with the issue of whether or not Trump should be banned from entering the UK because of his comments regarding Muslims. In response Trump is threatening to withhold hundreds of millions of investment dollars that he MIGHT invest in Scotland if he is banned. The British government is forced to address this not merely because the petition has the required amount of signatures. The government also must consider that if they approve the ban & Trump is elected they will haves banned the president of one of their allies. Trump will likely not be banned for this reason. That decision may reverberate politically in the UK.

        Domestically Trump draws from a constituency of supporters who are racist & xenophobic. They don’t care about the dubious facts he spews or the outright lies he states as fact. Even when proven wrong his supporters profess their support & belief that he speaks to what they believe & not just saying what he has to to be elected. Even though that is exactly what he is doing.

        Is this really what we, as a country, want for a new administration? Trump is busy writing a check that we
        AS A COUNTRY are going to have to pay.

        Trump survives in business because he gets someone else to
        pay the bill. As PT Barnum said there’s a sucker born every minute. Unfortunately many of them have the right to vote.

      • Mumzy says:

        GNAT– re: thinking a bunker might be needed–I just said this to my daughter yesterday. This will be the first presidential election for which she is old enough to vote so she is paying especially close attention–and is shocked/amazed. I told her I fear that Trump drifted this far on his entertainment value. In a country of people who are entertained by reality shows, he offers similar outrageousness from which people can’t seem to look away. He has gone well past the initial shock and now people are genuinely supporting him. It reminds me of nursing home residents who begin to say horribly racist or sexist things because their personal filter has vanished–and those surrounding are aghast and wondering what just happened. But in Trump’s case, a lot of others are not aghast, but are now standing up and letting loose themselves. I’m sad to say it but I can fathom him hatching a plan for “camps” for immigrants (legal or other), or those of “wrong” religions, where they get to build his big wall…or other project of choice…to earn rights and/or prove their loyalty.

        I refuse to believe that this man will be elected as chief representative –the leader– of this country. To even say it’s possible feels like giving up on humanity.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        “In response Trump is threatening to withhold hundreds of millions of investment dollars that he MIGHT invest in Scotland if he is banned”

        This is what scares me most about a potential Trump presidency. He has had dealings with so many sketchy entities and governments, and will have future dealings with these people. He would use the US gov’t and its policies to help his personal business deals.

    • Llilacflowers says:

      Put the duct tape over Trump’s mouth and tale his hands together so he can’t tweet

    • doofus says:

      that’s what worries me so much about a Trump presidency. he’s SO thin-skinned and can’t help himself…he MUST go tit-for-tat with people over the dumbest sh*t. and his go to insult is always the same…”loser” or “boring”.

      when some world leader snubs or insults him, G-d help us all.

      what’s also interesting is that Trump said he has “the greatest memory” but he doesn’t remember playing golf with Jackson….just another indication of his penchant for saying whatever he needs to at that moment in time to “win”. thousands of muslims celebrating 9/11? “I remember it perfectly!”. Playing golf with Sam Jackson?…”huh, I don’t recall that”. but he can’t even let it go at that; he has to say he doesn’t recall and THEN insult him.

    • Sixer says:

      GNAT: he’s just managed to tweet that Paris is in Germany.

      I’m afraid he’s outdone you!

      • littlemissnaughty says:

        I honestly thought you were joking but oh my god, he did. Uh, we wish! … Also, English is not my first language but “a total mess – big crime”? Does he mean we have a high crime rate (which we don’t) or that it’s a crime that it’s a mess? Should I just stop and have some wine?

      • Sixer says:

        It was funny because I closed this post out and opened Twitter. And “Paris is in Germany” was trending. I looked and there he was, the Trump!

        By “total mess” he means the whole country is in turmoil. Whether he is referring to Germany or France is anyone’s guess! I think he might be conflating the shooting of a suspect in Paris with the sex assaults in Cologne?

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Yup, that’s the leading candidate for one of our major political parties, yup, yup, we are mighty proud…

    • FLORC says:

      No Way he actually gets elected and holds. You know our goverment from within will not allow that. …

      Reading jumbled words like that is common imo in scattered tweets. He’s unable to put together a well thought out opinion in 140characters so we get buzz words.
      Why don’t you open that wine.

      FMORC told me it’s best to read Trumps thoughts like we do questions that have no answers. Read it not to trigger an anger switch, but to clear your mind because it’s without logic how he speaks.

    • I Choose Me says:

      Get that duct tape GNAT. I saw this anonymous quote and have loved it ever since. “Silence is golden but duct tape is silver.”

      That’s what I’d like to do to Trump. Duct tape his mouth hole shut.

  4. SusanneToo says:

    Trump is an ass, a dangerous one. Jackson and Anderson are class. How anyone with an iq above 5 can give any credence to that nasty piece of work, DT, is beyond my understanding.

  5. Angelica says:

    Hilarious. Here on this very site, we mock Leann Rimes, Iggy and the Kardashians, for tweet fighting and here, folks, our future POTUS is bickering like a 4 year old over who won the race to the playground fence because “nuh-uh, I win because you cheated and your shoes are ugly anyway. Where’d you get ’em, Payless?”

    Omg. Just shoot me.

  6. cannibell says:

    “He bought Bill Clinton a jacket.” You can’t make this stuff up…..

  7. Elsie Otter says:

    Trump is a petulant child, and an embarrassment to America. His “diss” strategy is that of a five year old brat’s: I don’t cheat – YOU cheat!

    Give me a break. Oh how I wish Trump would say something to SLJ’s face.

  8. AlmondJoy says:

    Hilarious that he claims to have never golfed with Sam J and then he goes on to talk about how bad Sam’s golfing is. Trump is such an idiot.

    • Jayna says:

      So true.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I have actually known a couple of people like that who just lie and then when somebody proves they are lying, they just keep right on talking like nothing happened. It’s infuriating.

      • AlmondJoy says:

        You know what GNAT? Now that you mention it I realize that I also know someone like this: one of my former supervisors. I guess it’s something that happens when you lie a lot. Lie so much that you don’t even realize when you’re proving your own self a dishonest person. Very embarrassing.

  9. Spunky4L!fe says:

    Poor Trump, he suffers from Alzheimer’s. Maybe he doesn’t know he’s running for President.

  10. Juliette says:

    I am surprised recently at the amount of support he seems to have. I made 1 comment on a news page about him being a racist, misogynistic bully and people went nuts. Talking about how he’s the only one that can save the USA from terrorists, solve the gun problem etc. I even backed up my claims with links to things he said. A lot of his supporters don’t seems to care about facts.

    • SusanneToo says:

      There are a lot of willfully ignorant people in the USA and damn proud of it. Don’t confuse them with commie pinko facts.

      • me says:

        Trump is the best thing that has ever happened to racist pigs. Now they can be open with how much they hate poc as they may soon have a president who agrees with them. It’s disgusting.

    • vilebody says:

      I know I’m going to get a lot of hate of this, and want to emphasize that I am NOT a Trump fan, but I am flummoxed at how shocked Democrats are at his rise to power.

      Obama (and Reid, et all) has completely polarized half the country (and don’t blame Congress–the House had passed over 300 bills which Harry Reid ignored) and that half is angry. It’s frustrating when my favorite conservative bloggers talk about how they’ve been targeted by the IRS. It’s frustrating when the media will not cover all the eff-ups and scandals that plague the White House so that they are only covered by said targeted Conservative journalists. It’s frustrating that Obama openly mocks or demonizes those who politically disagree with him for quick laughs or applause. It’s frustrating that when I talk to my liberal friends, they have no knowledge of (any!) conservative writers or plans or top stories except that we’re all BAD. I’ve had very polite and well-cited comments on Gawker, the NYT, and even here on Celebitchy censored and deleted. Most Republicans feel completely alienated and under attack, and that’s why the establishment is under fire and Trump is on fire.

      Again, I think Trump is a crazy and delusional idiot. But, dear God, if Gawker deletes another one of my FACTUAL CORRECTIONS to an article, I will blow a fuse and vote for him over Hillary a thousand times over.

      • SusanneToo says:

        Senate minority leader Mitch McConnel stated “Our #1 priority is making sure Obama is a one term president.” And that is what they spent their time working toward(and failing), yet President Obama polarized the country? Yeah, sure, I guess he did mainly by having the gall to id himself as a POC.

      • doofus says:

        thanks, susannetoo, just what I was going to point out. they set that tone from day one but Obama was the person who refused to work across the aisle? he never had a chance with that lot.

      • Original T.C. says:


        My favorite thing about conservative nut jobs (not including the sane conservatives who have legitimate political differences, those I respect) is your ability to blame Obama for “polarizing” the country because racist have risen up to oppose him on EVERYTHING just for being Black, LOL. You guys especially find him polarizing when he has the nerve to talk about his race. Because talking about being Black equals reverse racism. LMAO.

        He has the same mix of liberal and moderate values as previous White Democrates but you guys didn’t have a personal issue with them because they were White. Now he gets back talk during the State of the Union, guns at events he is speaking at and racist pictures.

        Polarized = we hate him with passion for being Black and in power of “our White Country”

        P.S. This is not YOUR country, it is all ours including the Native Americans who were the original inhabitants. Thanks for playing thread jacker “Newbie”.

      • vilebody says:

        @SusanneToo. As of late 2014, there were over 350 bills–98% of which had bipartisan support, 50% of which passed unanimously–which were passed in the House and which Harry Reid refused to bring to the Senate floor. Refusing to bring laws (half of which were unanimous!) to the Senate floor and instead relying on Executive Action is what I call pretty polarizing.

        One of the main points of my comment was that the Democrats and the media only repeat the same (often incorrect) narrative. I hope the irony is not lost on you that you did not refute or argue any of my points but instead . . . repeated the narrative.

      • vilebody says:

        @doofus. The “tone” set by Republicans in 2008 was no different than the “tone” set by Democrats in 2000 (there were still protests about Bush cheated his way to the presidency) or the Republicans in 1992. I don’t know if Obama just got more people to focus on politics or what, but the opposition party always vows to reclaim the White House next election.

        And, yes, from Day 1 Obama made the extremely polarizing move of beginning with Obamacare. Obamacare did not have a single Republican vote–this was the first time in history a law did not have at least 1 opposition vote. I don’t know how much you know about politics, but I could go on and on–such as how the Senate passed it through with an unprecedented use of the budget reconciliation process (done because Democrats no longer had 60 votes after the passing of Ted Kennedy). I could go on and on about how all Republican fact checkers knew that there was no way people would be able to keep their doctors/plans but were ignored or mocked, or how frustrated many of us were that Obama made changes to the law after it had passed–completely bypassing the Legislative branch.

        TL;DR: Obama was not bipartisan, and was never going to be bipartisan. That’s fine; he had a vision and stuck to his guns. But don’t pretend it was the big, bad, Republicans who are at fault here.

      • vilebody says:

        @Original T.C. Perhaps we can stick to facts and figures instead of ugly and untrue personal slights? Your comment adds nothing except false judgment.

      • SusanneToo says:

        Haven’t Repubs been in charge of both houses of Congress since 1/15? Why are the bills still languishing? Are they busy inserting anti-abortion language in the wilderness protection bills and anti-welfare language in the mass shootings bills? I know both sides do it, but with Republicans it seems to be a war on women, the poor, minorities, the Other. You won’t convince me, I won’t convince you. My candidate is Bernie, but go ahead and vote for Trump if you need to.

      • vilebody says:

        The bills are not languishing; in fact, this has been one of the most productive years for Congress in history. Compared to 15 amendments passed by Harry Reid in 2014, this Senate passed over 200. Moreover, probably the biggest bipartisan success was the $680 billion package that gave tax breaks which specifically included students, renewable energy research, and low-income Americans. I (marginally) was involved in one that helped victims of Sex Trafficking.

        This “War on XYZ” rhetoric has to stop–it’s part of the polarization that is gripping the country and allowing people like Trump to get ahead. After all, why would any ambitious politician run on Bipartisan solutions if it is ignored or not even known–as seen in your comment regarding this year’s Congress?

      • Kitten says:

        Yes I agree except Republicans are the ones who INVENTED the “War on ___” sh*t because that’s the kind of fear-mongering that energizes their base. “War on Terrorism” “War on Christianity” “War on Guns” and on and on…that’s the work of the GOP.

      • Lambda says:

        If more conservatives would dissociate themselves from misogynist, racists, xenophobes, homophobes and other lovely specimens from their ranks, I might begin to take them seriously. Of course, said specimens exist on the other end of the spectrum, and not all conservatives are like that, but the correlation is strong and one would fool herself not to see it. Clean your house, guys, and I might visit.

      • lilacflowers says:

        Vilebody, a good number of those bills, which you claim Harry Reid ignored, would allow insurers to deny me access to health insurance on the basis of my cancer diagnosis. Health insurance for which I work and my employer has agreed to provide as payment for my services, NOT a handout. They have voted to do so repeatedly, knowing full well that such bills would not pass the Senate or be signed by the President. By choosing not to bring such discriminatory and harmful trash to the Senate floor, Reid represented me AND managed my tax dollars better than Boehner did. In short, in addition to championing discrimination against me, they are wasting my tax dollars by spending time voting for such bills instead of focusing on what needs attention, like our crumbling early to mid-20th century infrastructure. Or immigration reform. Or working to reduce mass shootings, which they claim are due to a lack of mental health services, for which they continually block or cut funding. Polarizing? Most certainly.

        And no, I am NOT sending you “hate.”

      • vilebody says:

        @Kitten: The “war on xyz” was referencing SuzanneToo’s comment, who used it to describe Conservatives. The Republicans did not invent the “war on xyz;” as you can see in the comment above, it used by both sides. I stand by my claim that it is unhealthy rhetoric, in whatever context used.

        @Lambda: Most Conservatives do disassociate themselves from bigots. For example, the top four Republican presidential candidates at present include two Hispanics and an African-American. There are unsavory characters in both political parties, but to bar possible discussion with a party because of its lowest denominator is illogical. I would never say I wouldn’t listen to the Democratic Party simply because a majority of criminals are Democrats, just as I would never say that I do not believe in equal education for women because Stalin was for it.

        @lilacflowers: I am sorry about your diagnosis, and I hope you get better. However, I will maintain that the 350+ bills Reid ignored included those from various topics, of which 70% had overwhelming Democratic support in the House, which I hope is evidence enough that they weren’t all “discriminatory” or “trash.” As to your other points, this year Congress passed legislation to target road infrastructure. Immigration was always going to be difficult since Republicans were wary after Obama openly said he would not enforce the laws he did not agree with (ironically pulling a Kim Davis). Mass Shootings I’ll give you–the NRA has a bizarre anti-compromise stronghold I do not understand.

        Finally, I didn’t bring up anything about “hate” but the fact that you call laws I likely believe in “trash” is far from tasteful discourse. My opinions are different; that does not make them wrong.

  11. Tiffany says:

    So this is what it has come down to for Oompa, having to cater to your lowest common denomination of hatred by denying playing golf with men of color. And ones who are self made on top of it. Idiot.

  12. Pants says:

    Samuel L. Jackson is probably a lot of things, but I can’t imagine any of them would be BORING. Puh-lease.

  13. opinions count says:

    Trump behavior and the words that comes out of his mouth, should make ANYBODY question his mental health status.

    We have never witnessed such an unhealthy, unsafe, and unsanitary performance on the presidential campaign trail.

    The American people, and our country have countless problems that every single presidential candidate should be focused on. There are enough problems to go around.

    The American people don’t have time for the bickering, finger pointing, blame games, critizing of the POTUS, complaining, back biting, insults, character attacks, digging up dirt, slinging around mud.

    The Republican Party has spent the past seven years attacking the POTUS. We don’t need to hear those same attacks.

    We want to hear what each presidential candidate have to offer the American people to help fix the problems in our country.

    Stop using the POTUS to bypass or to avoid talking about your plans to reduce gun violence, plans to reduce poverty, plans to reduce homelessness, plans for Affordable education, plans for income inequality, plans for minimum wage increases, plans for government assistance programs, plans for LBGT, plans to the uninsured, unemployment compensation, and the list goes on and on.

    Building boarder fences, are good. But, the American people cannot eat boarder fences.
    Immigration laws, are good. But, the American people cannot survive off of immigration reform. Tax breaks are good, but not when they are taking away more from the poor, and less from the rich.

    We encourage every single presidential candidate, to spend more time focusing on helping the American people and our country.

    And spend less time focusing on the POTUS. Because what the POTUS have or haven’t done, is not informing the American people want YOUR plans are to help our country.

  14. Bluesky says:

    Hey Kaiser,
    I think Orlando Jones posted a pic on his Twitter page with a pic of Donald speaking to Sam Jackson at the Oscars in 2001

    • Wentworth Miller says:

      He did. It seems like Donald Trump tries to distance himself from anyone who says “up” whenever he say “down”

  15. me says:

    Please Americans don’t vote for this a$$hole. He will give America even more enemies. He has zero political experience.

  16. CK says:

    As a Democrat, I’m Team Trump 2016, because who wouldn’t want the other major party to just completely goof on candidate selection and go into a meltdown. As an American, I’m not sure we can handle the worst of his supporters getting any positive reaffirmation from a major political party, or 11 months a rabid trump supporters. I’m so torn.

  17. The Original G says:

    The only thing I’m enjoying about Trump is how he’s destroying the Republican Party. The party establishment with their anti-woman, pro-gun, far-right religious, obstructive agenda are being decimated by his popularity. They deserve it.

    Am I the only one shocked that someone so presumably successful in business has the limited vocabulary of a 10 year old?

    • FLORC says:

      He’s gone bankrupt and dipped into shady business practices so many times it’s tough to call him successful anymore.
      He IS a great hype man.

      I believe Alice Cooper. That man is very straight forward.

  18. Apsutter says:

    I just saw Hateful Eight last night. It was awesome and Sam Jackson was so good in it! Best character in the movie, by far.

    • doofus says:

      saw it the other day and I thought he was great, too. in fact, EVERYONE was great. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins (amazeballs), Kurt Russell, Bruce Dern…even the Charming Potato was great.

  19. anne_000 says:

    DT will not be a good diplomat. Anytime someone disagrees with him or vice versa, he always goes for the jugular and starts spewing insults and whatever else. US diplomacy will be in the toilets with that kind of attitude.

    Sorry, but we can’t go to war every time something comes up that DT doesn’t like, especially if he can’t handle negotiations and public speaking about the other fellow or country like a grown up.

    The rest of the world isn’t beholden to him for a job or a win at a game show or beauty contest, so they’re not going to kiss his ass. So he can’t bully everybody down into the ground.

    If he can’t practice tact and patience and fact-checking before he opens up his big mouth NOW, then I doubt he’ll be able to do it on the job if he gets elected.

  20. word says:

    Trump is nothing but a sore loser. He can’t stand not being number 1 or “winning at everything”. Can’t wait for his toddler meltdown when he loses the election !

  21. WendyNerd says:

    Team Sam. But this is SUCH an old guy feud! Also: Alice Cooper golfing, my FAVORITE image ever!

  22. Cheeky Squirrel says:

    As if Sam Jackson asked him to be a fan. Trump needs a new line.