Crooked Trump: Hillary Is A ‘Terrible Example For My Son’ (VIDEO)


Donald Trump is implying that the newly discovered emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop are the epitome of moral decay (and they very well may be considering the allegations against him) and therefore somehow prove that Hillary Clinton is a “terrible example for my son, and the children of this country.”

Yes, saintly Trump prefers to not even consider his own conduct throughout his entire life that may not be the best example for the children of our country. Trump has a long list of actions that are far from role model material. Like that one time when he cheated on his first wife with a girlfriend who later became his second wife and described the situation as, “My life was so great in so many ways. . . Life was just a bowl of cherries.”

Because, obviously, when you’re betraying your life partner, it would make for a “great” life and that is a lesson that should be bestowed upon kids in the United States.

Maybe he thinks all the times he was groping women is a good example for our youth. Or, perhaps it was when he avoided paying Federal taxes with a loophole because nothing says “I’m a good, moral, upstanding citizen” than refusal to pay into the society for which your fortune was built. In Trump’s life, greed is good. For the rest of us, meh, not so much.

But wait, it doesn’t stop there. Trump’s version of morality includes a good dose of patriotism. What’s more patriotic than shipping his own manufacturing jobs overseas and then being an absolute hypocrite condemning other companies who do the exact same horrible practice? Screw those American workers, Trump needed more profits!

Trump’s full quote was:

You know I have a son named Barron and I want to tell you, she is a terrible example for my son and for the children in this country, that I can tell you.

Oh yes, Donald, because you’ve been such a good, upstanding gentleman. How could our children ever look up to and admire a woman who has fought for others in public service since she began her career? How could they ever look up to a woman who broke the glass ceiling?

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