Trump just made an appalling joke while justifying holding his rally after shooting

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Neither bombings, nor shootings, nor gloom of night will prevent President Trump from continuing his appointed rounds at campaign rallies across the country to continue to inspire hate crimes against his opponents with his incendiary speeches.

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Rain, snow, and Trump’s own vanity have a better chance of keeping the president from addressing his now dangerous acolytes if his comments at the Future Farmers of America Conference today in Indiana are considered.

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Despite the largest deadly attack on the Jewish community in American history taking place this morning, Trump refused to cancel any of his scheduled appearances at his imitation Reich rallies today. Instead, he complained about having to get his hair wet while commenting on the tragedy to reporters while standing on the tarmac getting ready to board Air Force One.

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Luckily, Trump’s hair can be easily fixed despite the rain and the “bad hair day.” Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the brain that pompously percolates underneath that drenched scalp.

The compulsive lying, unrepentant narcissism, and malevolent intent that resides in his crackpot cranium is something that he will continue to inflict upon the American public until we elect a Congress that will stand up to the Bully-in-Chief and make America sane again.

You know what you have to do. Now get out and vote and make sure everyone you know does as well. Ride the blue wave home, baby!

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Original reporting by Aaron Rupar at Think Progress.

Vinnie Longobardo

Vinnie Longobardo is a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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