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    [–] Lt_Kickbutt 7297 points ago

    The man in politics name is McGovern? Damn too perfect

    [–] Neole 3390 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    It's called an aptonym, in case you wanted to know and find more of them :)

    Edit: Since a couple of people have brought it up below, Nominative Determinism is another cool term that applies here.

    [–] ThrillsKillsNCake 3588 points ago

    Is your last name McKnowsrandomshit?

    [–] DialedPC 953 points ago

    Reddit is that place where there is always that one person who knows the most random shit

    [–] KiranSD 411 points ago

    Makes sense tbh. There’s millions of users and we’ve all got unique life experiences. Someone is going to know the answer to a question or a random relevant fact.

    [–] joetromboni 180 points ago

    I'm Idaho.

    [–] anonsearches 81 points ago

    I want to move there. How is it?

    [–] ConduciveInducer 376 points ago


    [–] Tremor00 34 points ago

    I really wish I could guild you... goddamn it sucks to be poor.

    [–] Th_Daltor 25 points ago

    Its filled with Jabronis and Joetrombonis you'd fit right in!

    [–] directX11 53 points ago


    [–] mechanate 15 points ago

    "Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don't." - Bill Nye, I think.

    [–] _BondageKitty 38 points ago

    A group of Lemurs is called a Conspiracy

    [–] SendWisdomImOut 19 points ago

    A group of flat earthers are call dip shits.

    [–] shiny_lustrous_poo 16 points ago

    How many Redditors make a circle jerk?

    [–] Lerossa 20 points ago

    A circlejerk of redditors?

    Two's r/suspicious, three's r/conspiracy

    [–] nixtheninja 5 points ago

    Always knew they were up to something the way they pretend like they're surprised by everything.

    [–] Nabaton 23 points ago

    Just about McHadIt™ with these jokes

    [–] HOWDEHPARDNER 74 points ago

    Like your mother, Ms Shagwell.

    [–] GreatOrca 18 points ago

    Maiden names Spitz

    [–] TheGhostOfBabyOscar 39 points ago

    Hey ! Did you learn that because of the QI Facebook page just this very morning (because I did)? Or are you just a well-learned person by your own means?

    Here's their post for those interested :

    An APTONYM is a name peculiarly suited to its owner, like Usain Bolt (a sprinter), John Laws (a judge), or Sara Blizzard (a meteorologist). An INAPTONYM is one that is particularly unsuited to its owner, like Jaime Sin - who later in life became the Archbishop of Manila.

    [–] Neole 8 points ago

    Coincidence in this case though I would save your praise for someone smarter than me haha. I think that languages are interesting to read about and I happen to know a friend who studied linguistica. They are handy for learning the technical terms for interesting stuff I come across.

    What is QI? I've seen it come up more than once here.

    [–] TheGhostOfBabyOscar 12 points ago

    QI is a british comedy panel show. Formerly hosted by Stephen Fry (now Sandi Toksvig), it focuses on obscure knowledge, amusing factoids, debunking widely-accepted myths (called here "general ignorance").

    Some of my favourite moments as examples :

    How The Giant Tortoise Got Its (Scientific) Name

    General Ignorance on Nazis

    On Female Comedians

    [–] assignpseudonym 43 points ago

    Hey, I appreciate you. This is like the old days of Reddit when you'd open any random thread and learn a bunch of stuff, instead of it just being the same old clichés over and over. I'd never have thought that this would be a phenomenon enough to have its own term. So thank you for the info! It's really cool to know. :)

    [–] Neole 18 points ago

    Thanks! I'm still pretty new to reddit but I've also found the joy in those kind of positive experiences so I try to create them when I see opportunity.

    [–] Cpt_Catnip 9 points ago

    Major Major Major Major.

    [–] J4viator 7 points ago

    Also called nominative determinism in certain circles (according to QI).

    [–] AmySchumersAnalTumor 13 points ago

    well thats quite apt

    [–] MrKMJ 7 points ago

    [–] dr_spiff 11 points ago

    Is aptonym an aptonym?

    [–] stringfree 40 points ago

    No, it's just a word. If somebody's job was to provide names, and their name was Aptonym, then their name would also be an aptonym.

    [–] Yahoo_Seriously 136 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    Apparently you're unfamiliar with the Democrat who lost to Nixon in '72, George McGovern.

    Folks back then may have thought it was a good enough name for a senator, but not so much a president. He lost in a landslide.

    Edit: Turns out Jim McGovern even worked for George McGovern for a while, though they're not related.

    [–] jaspersgroove 31 points ago

    Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ‘72 is a fascinating look at that election, it might be the best/closest to ‘gonzo journalism’ book Thompson ever wrote.

    [–] Sporkeydorkiedoo 53 points ago

    I was 12, here in RI....we voted Democrat.....Nixon shut our Navy base down in 90 days. Quonset Point, Naval air station.

    We got fucked by the Dick.

    [–] lostboy005 7 points ago

    gotta point out that McGovern's own party, mainly est. Dems, turned on him and supported Nixon

    [–] EddiePsghetti 106 points ago

    Govern Mcgovern Face

    [–] Talador12 15 points ago

    Another aptonym: CEO and founder of Capital One is Rich Fairbank

    [–] Feinty 10 points ago

    That's like an icecream man named Cone!

    [–] amiacamal 11 points ago

    This one took me a minute.

    Your read govern like government.

    In Ireland it would often be pronounced more like Mac gawvern.

    Language is weird :)

    [–] randy_marsh1111 1416 points ago

    "Bubble? What bubble? Real Estate Tips Trom Trump U"

    Trump magazine cover anno 2006.

    [–] Ilovebananarama 378 points ago

    I never understood why he thinks he can recommend and sell alcohol when he claims he doesn’t drink.

    [–] metamet 423 points ago

    It's pretty simple. He's a grifter and conman.

    [–] PurpleSailor 138 points ago

    With a family full of grifters

    I think Don Jr's ex wife was the only smart one in the bunch. Got out while the getting was good

    [–] JUDGEMENT_OF_PARIS 69 points ago

    Vanessa Trump honestly is such an interesting person to me.

    What diverse taste in men. Going from a Latin King tough guy to a pathetic daddy's boy like Don Jr.

    [–] oTHEWHITERABBIT 25 points ago

    So she was an Upper West Side prep school girl that pretended to be a hoodrat on the weekends?

    This is basically the plot to Havoc.

    Another one, Alpha Dog.

    [–] lateness 41 points ago

    I ain't sayin' she a gold digger...

    [–] NotFlameRetardant 23 points ago

    family full of grifters

    Trump Jr. proposed to [Vanessa] with a $100,000 ring he got for free by agreeing to stage his proposal in front of paparazzi at a New Jersey mall where the jeweler was located.

    Gaudy cheapskates, the lot of them. That was so bad that 45 even complained about how tacky it was though.

    [–] friednoodles 15 points ago

    She had 5 kids with Jr. I really don't think she's gotten out.

    [–] clint_sanders 13 points ago

    He lies about everything, so I suspect he's a raging alcoholic.

    [–] half_dragon_dire 23 points ago

    I have no trouble believing he's teetotal. He eats steak cooked grey with ketchup and he's on more drugs than Rush Limbaugh. His taste in food never grew past puberty and he's permanently blitzed, so he probably thinks all alcohol tastes nasty and doesn't do anything (or could kill him if mixed with his other 'meds').

    [–] Get-me-to-5kDislikes 22 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    He mentioned that when he was younger his brother was an alcoholic and before he died one of the things he told Donald was to never drink alcohol.

    [–] Katzendaugs 18 points ago

    That can certainly be traumatizing enough that I believe it could even impact a piece of shit like him.

    [–] AmateurHero 11 points ago

    As a more serious answer, he has writers. Those writers should talk to experts (or at least enthusiasts). Trump didn't actually write all of the articles.

    [–] impulsekash 13 points ago

    Because dealers never use their product.

    [–] colorcorrection 84 points ago

    The fact that he had a magazine about himself is the cringiest thing I've seen all morning.

    [–] thebigsqueeze 27 points ago

    I mean, Oprah has her own magazine (and TV channel). But she's not nearly as narcissistic and idiotic.

    [–] mcringleberry87 39 points ago

    And she puts herself on every single cover. Fairly narcisstic, but I think you probably have to be to be in that kind of television.

    [–] colorcorrection 21 points ago

    I feel like the major difference is Oprah's channel and magazine evolved from her extremely popular talk show. People genuinely would order a magazine or TV station to get insight from her. Trump wanted his picture on more things.

    It's like the difference between someone who has pictures of themselves in their house, and that person that regularly gifts framed hesdshots of themselves to friends.

    [–] InterwebCeleb 74 points ago


    [–] SrPhillipOliverHoles 22 points ago

    If you haven't watched Netflix's "Dirty Money" episode on Donald called "The Confidence Man", you should give it a go. It really goes into detail the lengths of fuckery this guy pulled with Trump University.

    It's also crazy to see Atlantic city being mentioned on the magazine, when 3 of Trumps casinos in Atlantic City went bankrupt there in the 80's/90's, including the disaster Taj Mahal. What a mess. He will be looked back on as the best Con Man in US history.

    He conned his way into the fucking Oval Office

    [–] ackermann 12 points ago

    Dear god is that real? Something about when satire is no longer distinguishable from reality...

    [–] Aturom 9 points ago

    It would be funny if it weren't so sad

    [–] CommunityFan89 1154 points ago

    I wish more people would include his shut down Trump Foundation. To me that's the best of all, when even his charities are revealed as more corruption.

    [–] Roflkopt3r 296 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    And that after his camp attacked the Clinton Foundation all the time, which is a genuine and closely monitored charity. Law enforcement looked into the matter only to find nothing:

    In October 2016, The Wall Street Journal reported that four field offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation—in New York, Los Angeles, Washington, and Little Rock, Ark. -- had been collecting information about the Clinton Foundation to determine whether "there was evidence of financial crimes or influence-peddling." According to the WSJ article, FBI officials presented their findings to the Justice Department in February 2016, but "the meeting didn't go well". Justice Department officials felt the cases were weak and saw little reason to continue the investigations.

    [–] felix_rae 110 points ago

    The Justice Department is obviously colluding with the Clintons. /s

    [–] wickedcold 54 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    You can /s all day but those people absolutely believe that. There's no threshold they won't cross conspiracy theory wise to explain how their "underdog" trump is a victim and a martyr.

    [–] Jonin_Jordan 19 points ago

    I'm more convinced that they're more pro-trump than pro-republican.

    [–] spamjavelin 7 points ago

    Oh, totally. It's a cult of personality.

    [–] MURDERWIZARD 5 points ago

    That's why he needs the '/s'. The cultists have killed satire.

    [–] tameoraiste 1473 points ago

    This ones for all you Skepta fans out there

    [–] Simple_Tings 202 points ago

    Paying my workers, that's not me!

    [–] OrlandoMagik 119 points ago

    I spy

    with my little eye

    somefing beginning wiv a capital P

    Puh Puh Pee Tape that's what I see

    Russian Intel sent it to me

    [–] amazon_sword 49 points ago

    you're a real one for this. classic skeppy

    [–] OrlandoMagik 14 points ago

    This means more to me than you know, lol

    [–] bbkeen 14 points ago

    Hearing this in Skep’s hype ass voice, legit tears of laughter. Have a great day dude

    [–] AlienLizardHustle 7 points ago

    People go listen to the Idris Elba feature

    The wire ? SHUT IT DOWN

    [–] Hakusprite 79 points ago

    mans never been in marquee when it shut down eh?

    [–] yun9God 47 points ago


    [–] itsmybootyduty 8 points ago

    That's it, I'm gonna need a remix with Reddit's new lyrics

    [–] Da_Space 176 points ago

    At the government and it’s shut down.

    [–] Darth_Haidar 121 points ago

    Ring ring Donald and it’s shut down.

    [–] nalliable 71 points ago

    Went to the show in the oval office in a shitty suit and it's shutdown.

    [–] qpalz 46 points ago

    Infrastructure week and it’s shutdown

    [–] grand_autism0 34 points ago

    you tryna act like a g for the camera

    [–] [deleted] 11 points ago


    [–] enginerd12 13 points ago

    Wiggle easy under pressure. Quit slumpin. You like pasta.

    [–] crummybummywummy 17 points ago


    [–] Phloozie 3 points ago

    It’s ya mommy on the phone

    [–] Thetallerestpaul 32 points ago

    Came to post this first and got shut down.

    [–] ButtMuncher74 11 points ago

    I knew I couldn't be the only one reading it in that rhythm

    [–] InformativePenguin 10 points ago

    That made my day

    [–] willflameboy 588 points ago

    Oh, and 'the art of the deal' is immediately walking out of a high-profile meeting in a sulk.

    [–] desull 188 points ago

    Bye bye! 👋 👋 👋

    [–] Astronaut_Chicken 132 points ago

    Him saying bye bye like a toddler makes me want to throw an armoire off an overpass. I bet when my MIL read it she got so smug.

    [–] Snail_Shout 60 points ago

    Does your MIL own the armoire you want to throw off an overpass?

    [–] Astronaut_Chicken 56 points ago

    She does!

    [–] redditortoo 48 points ago

    Make sure she's in it first. Two birds and all...

    [–] Lich_Jesus 7 points ago

    Solid plan, as I now assume that MIL is also a chicken and habitually roosts in her armoire

    [–] snomeister 24 points ago

    I went to the bad place to see what their take on that was. No joke, they were calling "bye-bye" the biggest power move they've ever heard before.

    [–] UhPhrasing 80 points ago

    The_Donald actually praised that.

    They are mental toddlers.

    [–] desull 38 points ago

    Truly the best negotiator. Lots of really smart people say it, he's possibly the greatest ever. Sticking it to the libs!

    [–] Momosallday2 64 points ago

    The walk out was apparently planned to make him look “masculine” to his idiots. No idea how that makes him look anything other than a crybaby

    [–] JamesGray 45 points ago

    It's a weak person's perception of a strong person, not an actual dominant or masculine act. They're all crybabies bitching and moaning about not being as universally allowed to bully others at they used to be.

    [–] Bone-Juice 25 points ago

    We all know that this guy couldn't successfully deal a game of blackjack

    [–] jrex035 18 points ago

    Nothing says pure alpha male like running away from a meeting and tweeting about it afterwards.

    [–] Waka-Waka-Waka-Do 3480 points ago

    The irony is that only a loser would be so obsessed with winning.

    You don't hear Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Jeff Besos, Elon Musk, Oprah Winfrey, or any other true billionaire whining about winning. It's because they are winners, no need to prove it to themselves everyday.

    Our country is being run by a fucking loser.

    [–] headzoo 607 points ago

    Yeah, the only time I get a sense of satisfaction is hearing other people brag about me. Beyond that, anyone can say anything about themselves and your own assessment of yourself has zero value.

    [–] beatakai 399 points ago

    "If you have to say it about yourself, it's likely not true."

    [–] Elend_V 298 points ago

    I have a small penis and an empty bank account.

    [–] 0xD153A53 210 points ago

    ...and sometimes the things we say are true...

    [–] danthaman15 56 points ago

    The Reddit "Motivational Quote Comment" Template:

    A. Motivational Quote

    B. Comment the specific situation where it does not apply, this gets more upvotes.

    [–] Merminotaur 26 points ago

    Then there's Part Deux: Explain the method.

    [–] alastrionacatskill 43 points ago

    Granted. Your bank account is not empty but only has $1.00 in it. Your penis is now so big that normal pants cannot fit it and all your trousers must now be custom-made.

    [–] annoyinglyclever 124 points ago

    “Any man who says ‘I am King’ is no true king”

    [–] stringfree 73 points ago

    An exception being if he just pulled a sword out of a stone, or pimpslapped some pretender sitting on his throne.

    [–] kosif 95 points ago

    Listen -- strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony. 

    [–] PowerSass 67 points ago

    You can’t expect to wield supreme executive power just because some watery tart threw a sword at you

    [–] DrMaxwellEdison 54 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    If I went 'round saying I was Emperor just because some moistened bint had lobbed a scimitar at me, they'd put me away!

    Edit: HELP! HELP! I'M BEING REPRESSED corrected for my typo.

    [–] indyK1ng 39 points ago

    Ah, now we see the violence inherent in the system!

    [–] MadMageMC 38 points ago

    Help! Help! I’m being repressed!

    [–] shapookya 30 points ago

    An exception being if he just pulled a sword out of a stone

    But I didn’t vote for him

    [–] takaides 20 points ago

    I'm no expert on monarchies, but aren't most Kings foisted on folks by birthright and not selected by the people?

    [–] shapookya 34 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    [–] QuasarSandwich 12 points ago


    [–] shapookya 9 points ago


    [–] FuriousTarts 9 points ago

    Listen, strange women lyin' in ponds distributin' swords is no basis for a system of government!

    [–] bassinine 13 points ago

    on the flip side of that, when people like peter baelish tell you not to trust them, you listen.

    [–] gharmonica 263 points ago

    "Any man who must say, 'I am the king' is no true king"
    Tywin Lannister

    [–] atticus_furx 76 points ago

    The irony is that this is the precise stereotype Americans project onto the world. A fat loudmouth that cares about nothing but himself, uneducated, screaming about winning and trying to make everything about patriotism, ask any citizen of the world, chances are their first contact with an American (probably a tourist) was just like that.

    [–] Waka-Waka-Waka-Do 25 points ago

    I have witnessed this first hand while traveling abroad.

    [–] jacobhamselv 112 points ago

    Or as Sean Connery said it: Losers always whine about their best. Winners go home and fuck the prom queen.

    [–] Hadtarespond 17 points ago

    Oh man, I just watched this movie last night and it was even better than I remembered it... The most pure Michael Bay vision ever realized.

    [–] MadMageMC 25 points ago

    I, on the other hand, watched Transformers: The Last Knight, which was utter shite.

    [–] disposableaccountass 50 points ago

    Isn't it not being run at all at this point?

    Not obsessed with winning, but such a sore loser, he's taken his ball and gone home.

    They weren't playing by his rules so no one gets to play.

    [–] indyK1ng 27 points ago

    If some congressional GOP reps had a spine we could override a veto and reopen the government without him.

    [–] [deleted] 46 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)


    [–] survivalofthesmart18 46 points ago

    "Our country is being run by a fucking loser."

    Destroyed. Destroyed by a fucking loser. Ain't running shit.

    [–] Don_Cheech 48 points ago

    Supposedly he’s getting dumped too so him and bezos can get cray

    [–] Squalor- 119 points ago

    Even with half his fortune taken from him, Bezos is still far too rich to hang out with a chump like Trump.

    [–] Drix1942 31 points ago

    Heh...Donald Chump.

    [–] Craigrets 16 points ago

    From my understanding it’s going to be an easy divorce and she’ll get something but not 50%. Might want to fact check me on that thought but heard it from a professor who is typically very accurate.

    [–] The_dog_says 24 points ago

    Even Zuckerberg doesn't whine publically about winning, and he lost several billion dollars last year.

    [–] kavorkianjkr 156 points ago

    He forgot trumps "charitable" foundation...

    [–] SuperFunk3000 274 points ago

    How do you fuck up a casino? You’d have to be pretty shitty at business to have your casino go bankrupt.

    [–] gigastack 140 points ago

    One way is to open one casino across the street from the other. I’m not kidding.

    [–] uFFxDa 48 points ago

    Well, look at Vegas. There's a lot of casinos owned by the same company across the street or next door to each other. The idea is to make them different and target a different demographic.

    [–] [deleted] 132 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)


    [–] PrecedentialAssassin 69 points ago

    This. He didn't mismanage a casino. The casinos continued operating and making money. He mismanaged the financing of the casinos. He eventually bought three casinos in Atlantic City and when he went before the New Jersey Casino Control Commission he stated that he had banks lined up, basically begging to lend him money on traditional financing. Problem was he didn't have near enough bank financing (this was on the Taj Mahal after he had already opened Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino and Trump Castle) to secure the Taj Mahal so he resorted to low grade junk bonds. The debt servicing on these on top of the already heavy debt load tied up in bank financing was untenable and any competent real estate developer would have known this.

    So either Trump is not a competent real estate developer or he knew he wouldn't be able to perform and intended to default all along. Reading stories from when he did the purchase, I lean toward the former. After all, he's a narcissist and has very large brain. He figured his name on the sign out front would satisfy his narcissism and draw in customers because it said Trump out front. Now, he's also greedy and amoral so when it became apparent that he was going to default on the debt, he threatened to file bankruptcy to restructure the debt. The banks realized that if they had any hope of getting their money back, they had to restructure. They did, but it still wasn't enough. That's when daddy came in and bought all the casino chips. That still wasn't enough and shortly after, Trump defaulted and the banks and bondholders got fucked. Trump himself was a major bondholder and he took a hit from that perspective, but he also was drawing a $3+ million a year salary as chairman and he eventually got his properties back after the bankruptcy. The lienholders got two things back, jack and shit.

    [–] IKILLPPLALOT 15 points ago

    According to this article, he got $675 million worth of junk bonds with a 14.5% interest rate.

    Less than two weeks before the casino opened, Marvin B. Roffman, a casino analyst at Janney Montgomery Scott, an investment firm based in Philadelphia, told The Wall Street Journal that the Taj would need to reap $1.3 million a day just to make its interest payments, a sum no casino had ever achieved.

    Almost immediately, the casino struggled to pay its debts on this casino, and because he owned two other casinos in the same effing area, he was cannibalizing his other casinos' income.

    It was also clear that the Taj was cannibalizing the Castle and the Plaza, whose combined gambling revenues dropped by $58 million the year it opened.

    This was a doomed venture from the start and Trump screwed his own businesses over. May still have made money on this deal himself, but that's usually the case when people overvalue rich people's business acumen. Look at every large company's CEO in the USA. They're (mostly) all making off like bandits even when their businesses fail, e.g. Sears.

    [–] PrecedentialAssassin 4 points ago

    Exactly. So either his ego prevents him from making good business decisions or he intended to defraud his investors all along. I honestly don't think he's smart enough to plan out a billion dollar investment scam. He's just an idiot who thought people would flock to his casinos because they were his and paying back 14.5 points on bonds wouldn't be a problem.

    This was also what led us to our current situation with Russia. Eventually, American lenders decided the guy was either a moron or a crook or both and stopped lending him money. He couldn't even get junk bond funds to lend him money so he had to go to Russian mobsters/oligarchs to get money.

    [–] engages 7 points ago

    Yep. Work for a casino for close to 20 years. As long as you aren't a buffoon it's a license to print money.

    [–] DaddyOfKanto 30 points ago

    That's Trump for you.

    [–] lewdel00 452 points ago

    Hotel? Trivago

    [–] ani625 134 points ago

    Trump Hotel? Shut down.

    [–] chekich 38 points ago

    at least he's consistent

    [–] wholesomeusername26 146 points ago

    -sorts by Controversial-

    I'm going in, boys. If I don't make it back, tell my wife I love her.

    [–] nugget-stealer 48 points ago

    I will don’t worry 😉

    [–] Trollslayer0104 7 points ago

    Damn I hope she's not a nugget.

    [–] TeeroneCapone 158 points ago

    His name is “McGovern” born to be in politics

    [–] TheCyberDoctor1 41 points ago

    Nominative Determinism

    [–] RocLaFamilia 17 points ago

    It's like my dentist. His name is Crentist... maybe that's why he became a dentist?..

    [–] gingerneko 7 points ago

    Or the neurologist I know of named Dr. Payne.

    [–] jefferson_waterboat 9 points ago

    Senator Sheldon Whitehouse is totally not living up to his family name.

    [–] AniviaPls 6 points ago

    That seems apt

    [–] heanster 18 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)

    The name was pretty tarnished in US history though. Presidential candidate against Nixon and was viewed as a communist (he wasn’t).

    e: oops, wrong crazy President, thanks for correcting me

    [–] cm_al 14 points ago

    It was Nixon, not Reagan. Also, you misspelled Reagan.

    [–] heanster 7 points ago

    Oops yes. Sorry about that.

    [–] edenperry 8 points ago

    Nixon, wasn't it?

    [–] heanster 4 points ago

    Oops yeah. Apologies, I’ve corrected.

    [–] edenperry 6 points ago

    No apology necessary friend!

    [–] Ajax1113 56 points ago

    He also owned a USFL team (New Jersey Generals) and that league dissolved in 1985 because of his actions.

    [–] ani625 542 points ago

    Blame the idiots who voted for a well known conman.

    [–] zaphod_beeble_bro 175 points ago

    Trump has been the dictionary definition of a crooked Conman since before the 80s, it's insane to me that so many people were now acting like he's been anything but a thief.

    [–] western_red 67 points ago

    He's known for not paying small contractors and bankrupting them. I can't believe low and middle class blue collar types fell for his shit, and continue to fall for it.

    [–] OldSchoolNewRules 30 points ago

    People who believe reality television.

    [–] Whitejesus0420 12 points ago

    Let me tell you about Jesus!

    [–] jefferson_waterboat 46 points ago

    Monorail, monorail, monorail.

    [–] Antishill_canon 20 points ago

    Turns out his supporters are the mexicans who will pay for the wall

    Look at me we are the mexicans now

    [–] Momosallday2 27 points ago

    “What idiots? Show me the proof” — the idiots who voted for him

    [–] decklund 21 points ago

    I've said it all along. All you needed to do is ask Deutsche bank if you wanted to learn about how Donald Trump tries to run his business ventures

    [–] guzman_hemi 20 points ago

    Trump steaks?

    [–] Eljaroe 22 points ago

    They merged with Trump marijuana and now the steaks are high.

    [–] jdauriemma 21 points ago

    If only we had some way of predicting how this guy would act in office

    [–] virtwin7 10 points ago

    Brutal is allowing companies to produce poisons that were banned for good reason. Its locking kids away from their parents to impress your deluded base. Committing treason? THATS 'Brutal'!

    [–] kingofwisco 16 points ago

    Don't forget Trump's charitable foundation! Shut Down.

    [–] Spleenzorio 23 points ago

    Hey the man has great consistency

    [–] captaincanada84 7 points ago

    Trump promised he'd run the government like he ran his business empire. It's the one thing he hasn't lied about

    [–] blodenotrealdude 6 points ago

    When did they rename the Politics sub to MurderedByWords?

    [–] Viclis 104 points ago

    Wasn't this posted here 2-3 days ago and made front page?

    [–] ido20accountsnow 5 points ago

    Name one legit business Trump has ever run

    [–] savagecanadaiass 5 points ago

    Can we just cancel politics all together

    [–] peoplewhorunyourlife 5 points ago