[RUS] Trump Does The Unthinkable. The not so well known Donald Trump.
jnn at synfin.org
Fri Jul 29 07:52:21 PDT 2016
Well, there is the fact that Trump is an orange buffoon, an inarticulate reject from Wonka's chocolate factory.
Im not saying he's any worse than Hillary of course... But he might be slightly less embarrassing.
I rather liked some of what I saw about Bernie. But anyway it's all a big fucking racket , isn't it...
On July 29, 2016 5:23:51 AM EDT, Zenaan Harkness <zen at freedbms.net> wrote:
>I'm sure it may be possible to draw some negatives from this piece. May
>as well stop now since this relates to USA politics...
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>Trump Does The Unthinkable
>Posted: Jul 10, 2016 12:01 AM
>Donald Trump is a racist, bigot, sexist, xenophobe, anti-Semitic and
>Islamophobe -- did I miss anything? The left and the media launch these
>hideous kinds of attacks at Trump everyday; yet, nothing could be
>further from the truth about the real estate mogul. As an entertainment
>journalist, I’ve had the opportunity to cover Trump for over a decade,
>and in all my years covering him I’ve never heard anything negative
>about the man until he announced he was running for president. Keep in
>mind, I got paid a lot of money to dig up dirt on celebrities like
>Trump for a living so a scandalous story on the famous billionaire
>could’ve potentially sold a lot of magazines and would’ve been a “yuge”
>feather in my cap. Instead, I found that he doesn’t drink alcohol or do
>drugs, he’s a hardworking businessman and totally devoted to his
>beloved wife and children. On top of that, he’s one of the most
>generous celebrities in the world with a heart filled with more gold
> is $100 million New York penthouse.
>In 2004, the first season of “The Apprentice” aired and at that time I
>worked as an entertainment columnist for the “RedEye Edition of the
>Chicago Tribune” and as a freelancer for “Us Weekly”. I had a gut
>feeling that Chicago contestant, Bill Rancic, was going to win the
>reality show. So I contacted him and covered the hit show the entire
>season. I managed to score an invite to New York for the show’s grand
>finale and after-party. This is where I first met Trump and got to ask
>him a few questions. That year, Rancic did win “The Apprentice”. I
>attended “The Apprentice” finale the next two years in a row. Between
>that and the frequent visits Trump and his family made to Chicago
>during the construction of their Trump International Hotel & Tower, I
>got a chance to meet most of his family too and I’ve had nothing but
>positive experiences with them. Since the media has failed so miserably
>at reporting the truth about Trump, I decided to put together some of!
>the acts of kindness he’s committed over three decades which has gone
>virtually unnoticed or fallen on deaf ears.
>In 1986, Trump prevented the foreclosure of Annabell Hill’s family farm
>after her husband committed suicide. Trump personally phoned down to
>the auction to stop the sale of her home and offered the widow money.
>Trump decided to take action after he saw Hill’s pleas for help in news
>In 1988, a commercial airline refused to fly Andrew Ten, a sick
>Orthodox Jewish child with a rare illness, across the country to get
>medical care because he had to travel with an elaborate life-support
>system. His grief stricken parents contacted Trump for help and he
>didn’t hesitate to send his own plane to take the child from Los
>Angeles to New York so he could get his treatment.
>In 1991, 200 Marines who served in Operation Desert Storm spent time at
>Camp Lejeune in North Carolina before they were scheduled to return
>home to their families. However, the Marines were told that a mistake
>had been made and an aircraft would not be able to take them home on
>their scheduled departure date. When Trump got wind of this, he sent
>his plane to make two trips from North Carolina to Miami to safely
>return the Gulf War Marines to their loved ones.
>In 1995, a motorist stopped to help Trump after the limo he was
>traveling in got a flat tire. Trump asked the Good Samaritan how he
>could repay him for his help. All the man asked for was a bouquet of
>flowers for his wife. A few weeks later Trump sent the flowers with a
>note that read: “We’ve paid off your mortgage.”
>In 1996, Trump filed a lawsuit against the city of Palm Beach, Florida
>accusing the town of discriminating against his Mar-a-Lago resort club
>because it allowed Jews and blacks. Abraham Foxman, who was the
>Anti-Defamation League Director at the time, said Trump “put the light
>on Palm Beach – not on the beauty and the glitter, but on its seamier
>side of discrimination.” Foxman also noted that Trump’s charge had a
>trickle-down effect because other clubs followed his lead and began
>admitting Jews and blacks.
>In 2000, Maury Povich featured a little girl named Megan who struggled
>with Brittle Bone Disease on his show and Trump happened to be
>watching. Trump said the little girl’s story and positive attitude
>touched his heart. So he contacted Maury and gifted the little girl and
>her family with a very generous check.
>In 2008, after Jennifer Hudson’s family members were tragically
>murdered in Chicago, Trump put the Oscar-winning actress and her family
>up at his Windy City hotel for free. In addition to that, Trump’s
>security took extra measures to ensure Hudson and her family members
>were safe during such a difficult time.
>In 2013, New York bus driver Darnell Barton spotted a woman close to
>the edge of a bridge staring at traffic below as he drove by. He
>stopped the bus, got out and put his arm around the woman and saved her
>life by convincing her to not jump. When Trump heard about this story,
>he sent the hero bus driver a check simply because he believed his good
>deed deserved to be rewarded.
>In 2014, Trump gave $25,000 to Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi after he spent
>seven months in a Mexican jail for accidentally crossing the US-Mexico
>border. President Barack Obama couldn’t even be bothered to make one
>phone call to assist with the United States Marine’s release; however,
>Trump opened his pocketbook to help this serviceman get back on his
>In 2016, Melissa Consin Young attended a Trump rally and tearfully
>thanked Trump for changing her life. She said she proudly stood on
>stage with Trump as Miss Wisconsin USA in 2005. However, years later
>she found herself struggling with an incurable illness and during her
>darkest days she explained that she received a handwritten letter from
>Trump telling her she’s the “bravest woman, I know.” She said the
>opportunities that she got from Trump and his organizations ultimately
>provided her Mexican-American son with a full-ride to college.
>Lynne Patton, a black female executive for the Trump Organization,
>released a statement in 2016 defending her boss against accusations
>that he’s a racist and a bigot. She tearfully revealed how she’s
>struggled with substance abuse and addiction for years. Instead of
>kicking her to the curb, she said the Trump Organization and his entire
>family loyally stood by her through “immensely difficult times.”
>Trump’s kindness knows no bounds and his generosity has and continues
>to touch the lives of people from every sex, race and religion. When
>Trump sees someone in need, he wants to help.
>Two decades ago, Oprah asked Trump in a TV interview if he’d run for
>president. He said: “If it got so bad, I would never want to rule it
>out totally, because I really am tired of seeing what’s happening with
>this country.” That day has come. Trump sees that America is in need
>and he wants to help – how unthinkable!
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