Letter to the Editor

Putin proxies

To the editor: Radio talk show host Howard Stern had Trump on his program back in 2006. Donald mentioned to Howard, “I’m probably the smartest man you’ll ever meet!” The quick-witted shock jock asked him, “How much is 17 times 6?” Trump replied, “112.” Stern said, “Wrong. The answer is 102.”

Of course, then, long before then and ever since then Trump has never admitted to being wrong — on anything. It would give the lie-prone bully, any bully, a bad reputation. Has only apologized when caught, prosecuted, sentenced the multiple times for criminal wrongdoings. Ordered to pay restitutions, fines and, yes, issue apologies.

Judicial records show Trump’s behavior to be that of a juvenile delinquent who has refused to grow up and be instead a lifelong lawbreaking lout. Unpresidential Donald J. Trump has the mentality, meanness and crass language of an eighth grade bully. Ex-KGB agent Russian President Putin can easily rightfully classify him as an “idiot asset.”

No surprise, Trump has threatened to sue any school that releases transcripts of his grades. The man may very well be dumb as a zombie. However he knows an indisputable fact. Only the minority grouping of Trumpites do not mind being duped by dope.

Trump rallies is guarantee to be entertaining, unpresidential and laughable. Circus sideshows. Snake oil replaced by B.S. How many thousands are just curious? Want to see in person a comical, lie-prone billionaire and convicted chronic con man who became president?

Remember the European leaders at NATO laughing at Trump for his lengthy prattle sessions with reporters? How many thousands at Trump rallies are laughing at him, not with him? How many millions of his tweet followers treat his daily mephitic messages as asinine jokes of the day?

Trump is desperate to win reelection. Second term or prison term. Russian President Putin’s classification? A twofer. Idiot and willing asset. You can count on Putin sending elaborate Xmas cards with certificates for Russian vodka and beluga caviar to every congressional Republican — again.

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