September 24, 2022

Trump disgracefully insults America to get dig at Biden

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It wouldn’t be a leap too far to say that Donald Trump thinks that the United States of America is about to be added to the list of countries that he considers “shitholes.”


Trump famously called Haiti, El Salvador, and a host of African nations by that term early in his presidency while speaking with a bipartisan group of senators at the White House in January of 2018, denigrating the foreign nations with a term considerably more vulgar than the usual derogatory description of “Third World” applied by those in developed countries.

Today, Trump issued a press release through his representative Liz Harrington — the woman who helps the disgraced ex-president work around his social media ban by posting his statements to Twitter — that predicted in apocalyptic tones that “The United States will soon be considered a Third World Nation.”

While it is unfathomable as to why the senior executives at Twitter haven’t suspended Harrington’s account because of this blatant workaround for the banning of Donald Trump’s posts on the platform, her continued presence there allows us to share some of the heated responses to the latest brain fart that continues Trump’s long history of racist fear-mongering over immigration issues.

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If anything the descent of the United States into a society with massive inequality between the ultra-rich and a large underclass of struggling Americans is largely due to Republican policies of cutting the social services safety net and preventing the passage of universal health care and affordable higher education since the Reagan era in the 1980s and was exacerbated by the GOP tax giveaway to billionaires when Trump was president.

If Donald Trump thinks the U.S. is turning into a Third World country, he has only himself and his racist, anti-immigrant attitudes to blame.

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Vinnie Longobardo

is the Managing Editor of Washington Press and 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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