Dumpy Dumb Ass Trump is Under Investigation

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"There's a lot we don't know," he told the National Association of Realtors convention in Washington. "We have 20 people working on Trump, we're going to do a book, we're doing articles about every phase of his life," he added.

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  1. Munkyman

    Who isn’t under investigation, the NSA has a file full of your phone record.

    May 12, 2016
    1. Grockizback

      But they are not going to use it to make a case against me.

      May 12, 2016
      1. Munkyman

        & what case has been made against Trump? 40 some investigations & I don’t know how many lawsuits filed against Sarah Palin when she ran & guess how many went against her? Zer0. Now the investigation of your man Hillary has legs & it seems the FBi is going to take it’s time & build it’s case until only a few well timed suicides can save her… again.

        May 12, 2016
        1. mrmacq

          still reading the conspiracy magazines, i see

          May 13, 2016
  2. mrmacq

    a more in depth article found here
    now this is interesting
    From playboy to president? Trump’s past crude sex talk collides with his White House bid.
    By Mary Jordan May 10
    Over 15 years, radio shock jock Howard Stern and his buddy Donald Trump periodically carried on like towel-snapping “bros” in a locker room, rating women’s tops and bottoms, debating whether oral sex is “important,” and egging each other on about whether they would like to go to bed with famous women from Cindy Crawford to Diane Sawyer.

    “You could’ve gotten her, right?” Stern asked Trump on-air shortly after Princess Diana’s death in 1997. “You could’ve nailed her.”

    “I think I could have,” Trump said.

    How about singer Mariah Carey? “Would you bang her?” Stern asked. Trump replied, “I would do it without hesitation.”

    Trump’s crude talk on-air with Stern between 1990 and 2005 was part of an image the businessman cultivated as a Manhattan playboy who had so many women that he barely had time to sleep. He was often seen at trendy nightclubs with different women, appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine, wrote in his books about all the women chasing him and publicly boasted about his sex life.
    That reputation was useful as Trump, in his 40s and 50s, built a brand designed to equate his name with success and the high life. But it is problematic as Trump, 69, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, tries to wash away his tabloid past and fashion a more dignified persona — as a potential commander in chief and leader of the free world.

    Although Trump promises to be “more presidential,” his past statements have contributed to high negative ratings from women. Democrats see Trump’s history as a potent weapon to use against him and other Republicans this fall.

    Trump’s exchanges with Stern, many of which BuzzFeed posted online this year, are featured in a new ad by the Democratic candidate in the U.S. Senate race in Arkansas.

    The contrast between Trump’s past and present behavior underscores the extent to which he has shaped and reshaped his identity as he has moved between business, entertainment and politics. And it points to a fundamental question about his candidacy: Which version of Trump might America send to the Oval Office?
    He wrote in his best-selling books that a parade of famous women wanted to date him. In his 1997 “The Art of the Comeback,” he wrote, “If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best-seller (which it will be anyway!).” He also wrote in that book about being “linked to dozens of other women. . . . It was incredible, being intimately associated with women I had never heard of. Women themselves — some very famous — were linking themselves to me. I guess they wanted some of the publicity. They were calling. Their agents were calling. It was a circus! It was sick!”

    After his public split with his first wife, Ivana, in 1990, Trump often got more media attention for his dates than his deals. From then until 2005, when he married his third and current wife, Melania Knauss, Trump’s social life was a tabloid staple. During that time, he had a second tumultuous marriage, to beauty contestant Marla Maples, who was quoted on the cover of the New York Post as saying about Trump: “Best Sex I Ever Had.”

    In between his marriages, a string of celebrities, including Madonna and Kim Basinger, were reported to have been chasing Trump — these women denied that, though. The rumors, even if not true, along with a string of women whom Trump showed up with at high-profile events, left the impression that he was a man about town.

    and the hey zeus followers are gonna vote for him?
    perhaps they dont know about him

    May 13, 2016