Donald Trump: ‘Punchy’ Robert DeNiro is ‘a very Low IQ individual’

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The Tony Awards were held on Sunday night. We did some coverage on Monday, but we were hampered by the site going down for something like five hours, so you might have missed those stories. If that’s the case, go here for a pretty easy primer. Robert DeNiro attended the Tonys as a presenter, and when he walked on stage, he said to the audience: “I’m going to say one thing, F–k Trump. It’s no longer ‘down with Trump’. It’s f–k Trump.” The entire thing got beeped, but DeNiro got a standing ovation and wild cheers from the audience. I mean… of course he did. It’s not like DeNiro said that at an NRA meeting. He said it at the Tonys!

Anyway, that happened and it’s been happening for a while: DeNiro absolutely loathes Donald Trump and DeNiro talks sh-t about Trump at any and every opportunity. Maybe DeNiro was hoping that one day, Trump would say something to or about him so that DeNiro could really go OFF. If that’s the case, DeNiro should be pretty happy, because Emperor Baby Fists used his tiny little fingers to tweet out this insult:

Note: these were not the original tweets. He deleted the original tweets because in the midst of calling DeNiro a “very Low IQ individual,” Baby Fists wrote that DeNiro received “to many shots to the head.” Low IG Bigly doesn’t know the difference between “to” and “too.” As for “Wake up Punchy” – that’s also what he says to his baby fist when he wants to eat more cheeseburgers in bed. And only the truly low-IQ people capitalize “low” for no real reason. “Low IQ” is not a formal noun. It’s not someone’s name, like Punchy. And how far back in the tragicomic insult bin did Baby Fists have to dig to come up with… DeNiro got punched in the face a lot when he was filming Raging Bull? It sounds like jealousy on Baby Fists’ part – DeNiro is King of New York in ways that Trump will never be. Also: how sad is it that Trump taped the Tonys and then watched it a day later, presumably on the plane coming back from Singapore?

PS… I’m reminded of Eminem’s interview with Vulture last December, where he talked about why HE was talking so much sh-t about Trump these days, and how he was really hoping that Trump would end up attacking him in tweets: “It’s not so much about him hearing something I have to say, because there’s nothing I’m saying about him on Revival that he doesn’t already know about himself. It’s more that I want him to answer me because I got ideas for all kinds of sh-t to say back to him if he does. I’m not going to give any away now, but I’ve got lines ready if he says something about me. I get almost flustered thinking about him — that’s how angry he makes me.” I think that’s probably how DeNiro sees it too. DeNiro has been storing up a lot of sh-t to say for the day when Trump finally tweeted about him. Prepare yourselves.

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  1. MI6 says:

    Trump is the poster boy for low IQ. Among other things.

    • NoShame says:

      I know, right? Just look at how he got played by Kim. Trump literally gave up the store for a handshake and a vague 2 page document. And then proceed to follow that up with the most glowing comments which Kim will now run on a loop in North Korea until the end of time. I don’t think Trump even has an IQ.

    • Megan says:

      Talk about projection. Yeesh.

  2. NoShame says:

    As I said about Samantha Bee, using that kind of language might be fun for us progressives, but it does not help our cause. It hurts it. Just ask Bee who now has execs at TBS breathing down her neck.

    I realize Trump has lowered the bar for everything, but we’ve got to outwit these people with our brains, not by becoming just like them. It’s tempting I know, but seriously, we can do better than this. This is a trap and we keep walking into it.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      I don’t understand this logic. How exactly do you propose to outwit liars? You cannot win. Ever. Because this isn’t a discourse that follows any rules. Go high, go low, they will twist it to suit their propaganda and if all else fails, progressives are weak/dumb/unpatriotic. You. Cannot. Win.

      If the word offends you, that’s one thing. But don’t try to avoid “traps” because they will simply make up new ones.

      • Lizzie says:

        i agree. you can’t outwit the witless or the shameless. sometimes the only thing to say is f*ck you! f*ck off.

      • Megan says:

        The only way to outwit them is to vote them out of office.

    • Esmom says:

      Eh, I used to think that way but as littlemissnaughty said, there’s no way to win. DeNiro doesn’t have anything to lose, either, by saying F Trump. So I think it’s fine that he said it.

      What’s pathetic is that Trump feels the need to respond. As “leader of the free world” who just met with a murderous regime, you’d think he’d be thinking about other things. But no, petty beefs with actors are as important to him as peace on the Korean peninsula. More so, I’d argue, because I don’t think he even gives a sh$t about N Korea.

    • NoShame says:

      I’d bring unemployed Carrier workers on stage, workers whose jobs Trump made a big deal about saving only to watch that job evaporate less than a year later. I’d go right for the heartland and never stop talking about all of his broken promises to the middle class.

      Donald Trump said he was the voice of the forgotten man so I’d introduce all the people Donald Trump forgot about. I’d work to make Trump’s middle class victims into celebrities. I’d be introducing people who lost their health insurance, their homes, their jobs. I’d introduce farmers and factory workers and small business owners hurt by the tariffs etc.

      Trump’s only real skill is marketing so I’d go after him with marketing. Michael Avenatti has done a great job using that tactic. It’s more productive than just yelling F bombs at the camera.

      • mander says:

        Please be involved in the democrat’s campaign in 2020.

      • insertpunhere says:

        And working poor people. I had a client tell me just the other day that he’s worried that with the steel tariffs, he’ll be laid off. He knows he’s going to lose out on overtime.

        His family is in one of those tiny groups where they make too much to qualify for any type of assistance but not enough to live on, and losing overtime is going to sink them. I’d also be willing to wager he and his wife voted for Trump (just based on demographics), and he’s regretting it now. Let the people who voted him into office speak about what he’s cost them.

    • Veronica S. says:

      Conservatives don’t actually care about language, the same way they don’t actually care about women and minorities. The only people you have to really worry about are faux liberals who equate a curse word with a corrupt administration literally dehumanizing swatches of the population to push an agenda. If Trump supporters haven’t changed their minds at this point, they can’t be saved. Stop worrying about them. Worry about everyone else.

      • Nic919 says:

        This. If the people who lost their jobs with all the false promises get offended at someone saying Eff trump then they are hopeless cases and would never vote for Dems anyway.
        The difference with the next election will be that all his promises will be proven false and people won’t have had any new jobs to show for it. He won’t be able to blame Obama for the mess like he could this time.

  3. Beth says:

    But Kim Jong Un is a smart,talented ,funny guy with a great personality. Nobody likes to be insulted, but can’t Trump grow a pair and just concentrate on important things like he’s supposed to do ?

  4. Indiana Joanna says:

    Good God, he is such an insecure crybaby. He had come down from his high from the Kim meeting so he needed to attack a US citizen to feel better.

    He is seriously ill. But his Twitter fans (who I preemptively block) are just as uneducated, vile and defensive as he is. Some of those fans even put their GPA (3.95, lol, yeah right, you’re so sad to need a GPA for your credibility) on their profile.

    • Esmom says:

      I know, right? And he has the nerve to question DeNiro’s mental fitness. I can’t believe this is real life.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      And they ALL seem to have a 3.95 GPA. Yet they can’t spell and logic overwhelms them.

      • AMA1977 says:

        In lots of schools now, students can earn more than a 4.00 GPA depending on their participation in gifted programs, dual college credit courses and advanced placement classes, so maybe all of these “3.95” superstars are graduating from programs where the valedictorian has a 6.00 GPA or something. Or they’re all liars. But yeah, they’re stable geniuses just like their erstwhile orange dictator.

    • Betsy says:

      Maybe they were all homeschooled. My husband had a colleague who bragged and bragged about being high school valedictorian (and, yes, they were both adults a decade out of high school); he was valedictorian of a class of eight.

      So I think that sometimes when people who clearly lack education and native smarts brag in their superior intellect.

      (Two explaining asides: 1) no, not every homeschool situation results in a shoddy education and no not every homeschooler is there because of religion nor did I say they are and 2) I value education and learning, but I don’t think everyone is well suited for formal and rigorous education. I also value those who do have actual common sense – I just don’t think that many who claim to have it do).

    • Dita von Katzhausen says:

      My favorite, was an interview clip, I saw yesterday, where a guy in a MAGA hat seriously said, that Obama is a lazy traitor, since he didn’t do anything during/after 9/11……

      Some of them just lack brains in general.

  5. IlsaLund says:

    Yes, Obama’s economy is still thriving under Trump. He hasn’t done a damn thing to help this economy but claims all the credit.

    • Lala says:

      Oh he’s done…A LOT…the biggest thing will be the blow-back from those tax cuts to the rich…THAT should start hitting the economy by the end of this year going into the next…we’re already seeing the SOP that ALWAYS happens under Republican POTUS’…higher gas prices/food prices/healthcare/EVERYTHING…then massive layoffs…then the stock market tanks…elect a Dem who drags out of of the muck…folks get lazy…rinse and repeat…

      DeNiro needs to hire me to pop back at Trump…cause I’d pull out the…”Didn’t your DADDY used to call you a dumb a– all the time?” BTW…he DID…to EVERYBODY!!!

      When they go low…I go lower…

    • Veronica S. says:

      Social security is now in year eight of a running deficit. Wonder how long it’ll take them to attack that.

  6. Rescue Cat says:

    Trump’s spelling is a big problem. He should ditch Twitter and get on YouTube.

    • Indiana Joanna says:

      He was tweeting and getting into fights with US citizens right up until the Kim meeting. News outlets described him as looking docile and tired at the meeting. Besides being not very bright himself he is a raging junk food eater who gets little sleep and that contributes to his overall idiocy.

      • Christin says:

        When meeting his newest puppet master, his facial coloring was a different hue (maybe more bronzer or tanner???). I wonder if it’s to distract from how poorly he’s been looking lately.

      • Kitten says:

        He was up for 25 hours straight he said. All of this probably isn’t great for his overall health so…let’s hope he never drops these bad habits.

    • Dita von Katzhausen says:

      please no!!! nobody wants to see the turd more than necessary. And especially not on the loo.

  7. Kiki says:

    Donald Trump is a very stupid man… That’s why I called him President Idiot and First Mail Order lady Melania Trump.

    Kim Jong um can’t be okay with Donald Trump negotiate. Don’t these people realize “you can’t reason with a tiger when you head is in it’s mouth”. This dictator will run rings around President Jackass. Although, I think that Robert Denero’s words are crass and vulgar. But he’s been in this industry for over 50 years and he has more intelligence that Whiny Little Bitch. He has every right to express his freedom of speech.

    • Elkie says:

      Two Scoops gave KJ-U a treasure trove of money-can’t buy propaganda depicting the two countries as equals on the World stage, agreed to cease joint military exercises with South Korea (without telling their leader!) and then gave him a languorous full-body massage in front of the World’s press, all in exchange for an autograph on a document that promises nothing.

      I’m beginning to understand how he bankrupted three casinos in a business in which the house always wins…

  8. Rapunzel says:

    So the President of the United States is asserting, with no evidence, that a private citizen of his nation has brain damage. And is mocking him for that by calling him Punchy. And all of the presidents supporters are okay with this because this private citizen said negative things about the president.

    What sort of Nazi hellhole are we living in?

    IDGAF what anybody thinks about De Niro’s language. This is completely unacceptable behavior by Trump. And should be the start of 25th amendment proceedings. Because it is insane.

  9. Kitty says:

    If you are going to try and insult someone’s intelligence, your house really have it planned out and make sure everything is spelled correctly. I really want him to talk shit about Eminem, I bet he has some awesome comebacks

    • Juls says:

      He’s terrified of Eminem and knows he would be destroyed in any verbal sparring. He may have really messed up here, though, because I agree that Deniro has been goading him into a fight and is gonna hit back HARD. Get the popcorn ready!

  10. NorthernLala says:

    I want to make DeNiro an honorary Canadian!

  11. Naomi11 says:

    Just think this a-hole is running our country, and this is what comes out of his mouth. He is an huge embarrassment to everyone I know. What a big baby Huey!!!!! Sounds like it’s time for his diaper to be changed.

  12. adastraperaspera says:

    More of the Cheeto’s distractions. He is going down, and he intends to hurt us as much as he can before he does. DeNiro gets to say whatever he wants to say. We are way, way past niceties here. Fascist dictatorship is on the doorstep for me here in my nice house, but tragically it is already inside the door for everyone trapped in an ICE detention center today.

    • Wood Dragon says:

      They had a Congress woman on MSNBC yesterday and she was describing actions and treatment straight out of a Nazi handbook minus the final solution. We’re in real trouble if the mid terms and/or those few still functioning republicans don’t grow a conscience.

  13. Donner says:

    How does this idiot know everyone’s IQ?

    • Esmom says:

      I know, it’s such a weird insult. I think he must have been told that IQ was an important measure at one time and became fixated on it. I don’t know anyone who talks about the IQ or speculates about anyone else’s.

    • Veronica S. says:

      It’s a particularly funny insult because IQ isn’t even a static number. It can change dramatically with education.

    • minx says:

      It’s a common insult of his. Trump (wrongly) thinks he is superior and more intelligent than everyone, so if you don’t like him it’s because you have a “low IQ.”

  14. Eric says:

    Meanwhile Feckless Barbie and Jared somehow “earned” $82 million while being unpaid WH staffers without security clearances.


    • Esmom says:

      Ugh, and don’t even take a peek at the deplorables defending this on Twitter. Your blood will boil.

      • lightpurple says:

        I’m currently in Twitter house arrest for telling one of them just how illegal Princess Nagini’s profits are.

      • Kitten says:

        I didn’t see their BS (thankfully) but I did see the headlines about Javanka’s profits. Just f*cking disgusting on every level.

      • Esmom says:

        Oh no, lp, lol. Consider it a badge of honor.

        I cannot take this family anymore. I’m a wreck, I’m numb, I cannot believe this is our reality.

  15. Mc says:

    The background of the first picture makes it look like he has a low ponytail / rat tail. I really wish that were the case.

  16. BearcatLawyer says:

    Never has the childhood insult, “It takes one to know one!” seemed more appropriate.

    God bless Eminem. I would love to hear all of his retorts someday.

    And while I agree that Trump had no business calling De Niro “low IQ,” De Niro has advocated against childhood immunizations. While this is not necessarily evidence of a low IQ or too many hits to the head, it is dangerous and not grounded in science.

  17. Darla says:

    There’s a report that Michael Cohen is telling friends he expects to be arrested shortly, even this week. Also, Manafort’s bail should be revoked any day now.

    I am holding on to this, please let both come to pass…soon.

    • lightpurple says:

      Also reports that Nunes, Hannity and Rohrbacker are under investigation.

    • Nic919 says:

      Avenatti hinted on Twitter that this week should be interesting. Since he tends to only say that when stuff is coming out, he probably knows that Cohen is getting arrested from police sources.

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      Also reports now saying Cohen’s current legal team will not be representing him going forward as there is an issue with payment of legal fees and that’s one of the reason’s he’s going to be co-operating with the authorities. He’s going to flip on Trump, cue twitter meltdown by Agent Orange Anus.

      If Cohen flips the others will follow.

  18. Molly says:

    The hell is empty and all the devils are here.

    • BearcatLawyer says:

      ….and I have a new favourite catchphrase to describe this administration. Thanks, Molly!

  19. Mina says:

    I tell myself that Trump’s twitter is a parody account so I don’t cry.

  20. lightpurple says:

    Can we talk about this? ?

    Our tax dollars were used by the National Security Council to create that scary, ridiculous fascist propaganda glorifying a brutal dictator and pushing the building of hotel chains. And I hope Destiny Pictures sues for misappropriation of the company name as they had absolutely nothing to do with this.

    • Rapunzel says:

      I literally could not watch the video. Seven seconds was all I could handle. It’s sickening. And he showed it to Kim Jong Un in their meeting! F*cking embarrassing.

      And yes, Destiny pictures should definitely sue. I can’t believe they made up a fake production name.

      • Lightpurple says:

        Right? And didn’t think to Google the name they made up? These people are in charge of our national security!

    • BearcatLawyer says:

      This whole NK situation is terrifying. Ironically I find myself fearing my own country’s government just a wee bit more than NK and Kim Jong Un. At least he is consistent and acting just like his father and grandfather did. Cheeto Mussolini is just all over the place and not nearly as crafty as he thinks he is.

      I believe Slate put it best: this is Trump’s con, and we are the mark.

    • adastraperaspera says:

      I am so furious about this outrage that I could spit nails!! I cannot believe that our tax dollars were squandered on this propagandistic filth. We have got to keep up the fight to remove this administration and restore a functional government.

      P.S. Speaking of propaganda, I just read an article about Michigan social studies standards being challenged because they (naturally, logically, sensibly) utilize the word “democratic” with a small “d” when teaching students about America’s “core democratic values.” Right winger opponents of these (long-used and absolutely ordinary) course materials are claiming it is because they think saying “democrat” is partisan! This is not only stupid, and it is not one bit funny. I believe it is instead an all-out, most likely Russian-funded assault on teaching kids to become good, voting citizens of a free country! I’m sure DeVos has her hand in this somehow, as she is from Michigan and her Amway family money funds these kinds of nefarious attacks on our society. Ugh, I am just so angry right now. I try not to let them get to me, but I cannot stand how these home-schooling, charter schooling, voucher-loving lunatics are bludgeoning our entire way of life.

  21. jferber says:

    I’d bet that DeNiro’s I.Q. is higher than Trump’s. It’s a safe bet, since an orangutan (a distant relative?) has a higher I.Q. than Trump. And I love how Trump is stanning for North Korea’s dictator. They’re bros, y’all!

    • Lightpurple says:

      I bet the plastic sunglasses on the desk in front of me have a higher IQ than Trump.

    • Ruyana says:

      I firmly believe that it’s not what DeNiron *said* that bothers Cheetolini. It’s the fact that he got roars of approval and a standing ovation. Cheetolini can only get approval when he holds one of his fake “rallies”. His ego is so weak that he is jealous of someone else getting a standing ovation.

  22. aang says:

    I watched Godfather II yesterday in an effort to distract my brain from grief. I am in a very Robert De Niro mood right now. This just makes it better.

  23. Kitten says:

    RE: North Korea (this is a long one, hang with me if you can)

    Firstly, I want to preface what I’m about to say by acknowledging that the meeting and the handshake were largely symbolic and symbolism DOES matter for the Korean people. Also, it doesn’t matter what we westerners think: the Korean people are largely supportive of the Trump-KJU meeting and they overwhelmingly want peace. We have no business standing in the way of that, as the Korean people are the ones who suffer under this never-ending conflict.

    And look, I subscribe to unconditional meetings with foreign adversaries because I think that’s the only way we will ever achieve peace. As such, I supported Trump’s desire to meet with KJU. We all know the quest for world peace isn’t a motivating factor for Trump (because if he cared about that, then why pull out of the Iran Deal?) but if the end result is peace, I don’t care much about what motivates him.

    Now that I got that out of the way, I have to bitch about the MSM coverage of the meeting which made me want to smash things. I actually just decided to avoid all coverage of the summit yesterday because the Take-A-Palooza and all the punditry that was occurring before the meeting and during the meeting was just…infuriating.

    What drives me especially crazy is how within the news coverage of the meeting is this implicit notion that both of these people are to be trusted. “Liberals shouldn’t be so cynical! We should be applauding the unprecedented meeting and pushing for world peace!”
    Right. It’s simply shocking that a compulsive liar who has never shown an interest in world peace or human rights wouldn’t be given the benefit of the doubt.

    Said no one ever.

    So yeah…I don’t trust NK and I don’t trust 45 and that’s why I’m having trouble celebrating this great meeting of #twodictators. I haven’t seen any proof that there will be verification, unlike the comprehensive Iran Deal.
    The sprawling nuclear complex of the North has 20 nuclear weapons (by CIA’s estimate) to 60 nuclear weapons (according to Defense Intelligence Agency’s estimate) spread across the hilly terrain of NK. In order for proper verification to take place, it would require hundreds of international inspectors monitoring NK’s nuclear program. Keep in mind most of these inspectors are westerners who would be essentially snooping on one of the most private, paranoid, and closed societies in the world. I just don’t see KJU allowing that.

    And look, I’d be more than happy to be wrong about this. I hope the Korean people find peace, but it’s hard for me to trust a dictator who has made the same promise half a dozen times and through various different reasons, has broken that promise. Sorry but between that and the fact that 45 just came from the G7 Summit, where he essentially berated and mocked our allies after whining about how Russia should have been included well…….call me cynical but I don’t trust 45’s motives and I don’t trust that any real deal was made between the two.

    Remember that there was a lot riding on this for BOTH of them. Trump desperately needed a win and KJU desperately needed the international validation that comes from a US meeting. Who knows what was said and agreed to during a one-on-one meeting behind closed doors.

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      Don’t ever trust. We can’t. If not for the simple fact he spews faux media 24/7, but that same scary imbicile produced a faux media piece shared as truth to our country’s adversary all while insulting foreign dignitaries and allies as well as American entertainers. And oh so much more. He’s as dangerous as giving children loaded weapons. It’s not funny. It’s not cute. And the only way to back out of this nightmare gracefully is his incarceration. He can’t die. He can’t fail to get re-elected. He can’t be anyone’s ammunition from the right. Of course he will be, but sitting in jail paints a picture. He’s revolting.

      • Kitten says:

        Thanks to you two for reading through that novel 😉

        But yes, everything you said. And that’s the problem with all this main stream media coverage–we have to suspend disbelief to consume it. In all the stories about the “great, historic NK summit” is the implicit acceptance that he is a legitimate President, that he has our best interests in mind, that he is genuinely concerned with our international standing, and that he greatly cares about US foreign policy.

        And we KNOW that’s not true. Yet the press will continue to compare him to past presidents and the press will insist on contextualizing his unprecedented and unhinged behavior.
        I’m just so f*cking sick of their continual normalization. And I do have sympathy in that I don’t think they have any idea how to adequately cover this “presidency” (I don’t even call it that anymore) because they’ve never seen anything like this before. But I’ll tell you what: pretending that 45 is a normal, reasonable, level-headed President is not the way. It’s just not. Perpetuating this idea that he’s normal is hurting our country.

    • Christin says:

      But the condos! And hotels!

      Seriously, I cannot imagine any serious attempt at discussing core issues and accountability . It was likely nonstop babbling about how many hotels could be built.

      • Kitten says:

        YES!!! Even just the nonsense that he was blabbering about before/after the summit… I mean COME ON.
        We’re supposed to take this meeting seriously? We’re supposed to trust him and believe that he cares? Are you f*cking kidding me?

        And again, all this MSM coverage is predicated on the idea that he’s a regular person. He is not. He is a very sick and disturbed individual who should NOT be our President.

    • Esmom says:

      I read it, too, Kitten! I just have nothing substantive to add. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. I can’t believe people aren’t out in the streets screaming about the insanity of it all, because that’s what I feel like doing.

      You hit the nail on the head about everyone treating him as if he’s a regular person. That’s been the problem with him from Day One, decades ago and again when he threw himself into the 2016 election. He. Is. Not. Normal.

      • Kitten says:

        Same, Esmom. Yesterday I was fantasizing about a giant protest where everyone just occupied the capital and then I realized—that would require “everyone” to attend and we all know that 40% of our country supports this asshat.

        It’s just unbelievable what we’ve become…

    • adastraperaspera says:

      Nothing the Trumpkins do can be trusted. You’re right to be frustrated with the coverage that takes every burb out of Trump’s mouth seriously and analyzes it into oblivion. The “summit” was a photo op to signal to Putin that he’s got it all under control. It will go down in history on par with Chamberlain’s meeting with Hitler. A disgrace.

      • Kitten says:

        My first thought after seeing the G7 Russia rant was “So basically Putin told him to say this” and then at the NK summit “Putin wanted this meeting”. And the thing is, I am so far from a conspiracy theorist but how the hell can you not think that at this stage? Just the fact that we have to worry about a POTUS being a Russian agent, the fact that we can’t trust his motives or anything he says, and the fact that we are all at his mercy…just beyond depressing.

        How the f*ck did we get here? (don’t answer/rhetorical)

  24. HK9 says:

    DT is an intellectual midget.

  25. Valerie says:

    “To many”

    I rest my case.

  26. Naddie says:

    I’m surprised he didn’t say DeNiro is ugly and not his type.

    • Valerie says:

      “He’s about a 3… Very big nose, has a mole. A guy like that is very hard to be a 10!”

    • Amanda says:

      Trump insults women based on their appearance, and he insults men on their intelligence. He’s so predictable.

  27. Betty says:

    Donald Dotard spelled “too” as “to” at first – while calling DeNiro brain dead.
    Can’t make this up

  28. Madpoe says:

    I wish this cheese stain would STOP fretting over what other people say about him and focusing solely on presidency, gawd dammit already evolve! I don’t care about his comebacks or insults, I need to know nukes won’t get set off cos trumpkin had a bad dream!

    • Valerie says:

      He can’t. He has no skills to fall back on. All he knows how to do is attack and insult.

      • Esmom says:

        This. Exactly this. Not only does he have no skills, he apparently has the attention span of a gnat.

  29. themummy says:

    Also, commas matter. “Wake up Punchy” is an instruction to go wake someone named Punchy up. “Wake up, Punchy” is him telling Punchy to wake up.

    He is SUCH. A. MORON.

  30. why? says:

    Just last week the Dotard gave an interview bragging about how he was going to pardon Muhammad Ali and then gets on twitter and has the nerve to say that Maxine Waters, Robert D, and Jennifer Rubin have a low IQ? When he says things like this, the press really needs to push back.

    What is wrong with the press? Lately they have been working hard to normalize the Dotard and his bot base. They are attributing Mark Sanford’s loss to the Dotard, in their minds he lost because he criticizes the Dotard. No, Mark Sanford lost because no one wants to support a man who was involved in a major affair scandal. It’s amazing how the press seems to suffer from amnesia. The Dotard is on twitter criticizing Mark for his affair when he has been involved in a major affair scandal involving a porn star and playboy model. Why does the press allow the Dotard to get away with his hypocrisy?

  31. trh says:

    contrary to prevailing sentiment, i’m guessing that Bob and Don (proper nouns) are about equal in intelligence. otherwise they wouldn’t be squabbling publicly. being illiterate doesn’t make one unintelligent, that’s kind of a classist prejudice based on a western, colonial mentality.

  32. hogtowngooner says:

    Thanks so much to Sarah Palin and the Tea Party for ushering in a wave of bigoted, anti-intellectuals that brought us Trump.

    There’s nothing wrong with being uneducated. But there is something very wrong about being proudly incurious about how anything works, then demanding you be in charge of everything.

  33. Jo says:

    From a guy who only made it through school because his father paid for him to get good grades?