Donald Trump is once again considering running for President, and says he’ll make his decision once the GOP chooses their nominee; only then can he determine if he’s “needed” or not.
Trump told USA Today,
“If they pick somebody who I think can’t win and if they pick somebody who is, in my opinion, the wrong person … and if the economy continues to be bad, I might run as an independent.”
He told CBS Miami,
“I hope I don’t have to, but I may absolutely.”
But Donald Trump has the potential to be a bigger joke than all the other candidates combined.
For example, Time reported on a Trump interview with George Stephanopoulos, where he explained how, to compensate ourselves for the cost of the wars in the Middle East, we could just take Iraqi oil.
“Stephanopoulos countered incredulously, “So, we steal an oil field?” Trump responded, “Excuse me. You’re not stealing anything. You’re taking — we’re reimbursing ourselves.”
In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal in May
“My strength has always been the economy, and that’s what I’m best at. What I will do best is China will not be ripping us off for long, believe me. OPEC will change their ways very, very quickly.”
Aside from the usual self-importance and personal delusions that are Conservative signatures, the rest of Donald Trump can be summed up in a couple of paragraphs:
Four Corporate bankruptcies so far, which he defended in Forbes :
“Basically I’ve used the laws of the country to my advantage…”
Three failed business ventures:
Trump Vodka, Trump Airlines and Trump Mortgage, where according to Time
“The executive Trump selected to run his loan company, E.J. Ridings, claimed to have been a top executive at a prestigious investment bank. In reality, Ridings’ highest role on Wall Street was as a registered broker, a position he held for a mere six days.”
Then there’s his clothing line. While Trump rails against China and their inferior products,
“The problem with our country is we don’t manufacture anything anymore…the stuff that’s been sent over from China falls apart after a year and a half. It’s crap.”
he doesn’t mind pawning their “crap“off on the idiots who buy his $70.00 Chinese dress shirts.
Trump likes to point out that he’s wealthier than Romney is, as if that’s a selling point. Maybe he should dump this wife and get a new one before June, and then he could also brag about being married more times than Gingrich.
And speaking of Trump’s marriage, if he runs, somebody had better make it very clear to his wife that she is Not entitled to the Whitehouse in a property settlement – just so there’s no confusion.