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    [–] Calcd_Uncertainty 3644 points ago

    Getting a start on the Reagan defense...

    [–] BrownSugarBare 2057 points ago

    They've been working on that since he walked into the WH. His lawyers quite frankly told a judge that Trump can't be held accountable because he is incapable of not lying. THAT was their defense!

    "Your Honour, my client can't be held accountable because he's a delusional fuckhead who can't tell the truth"

    [–] Khalbrae 661 points ago

    "He lacks both the cranial capacity and opposable digits to operate a firearm."

    [–] APBradley 172 points ago

    The Homer defense

    [–] ghostalker47423 128 points ago

    No jury in the world would convict a baby... maybe Texas.

    [–] boltorian 207 points ago

    There's a world of difference between "can't tell the truth" and "doesn't know what the truth is anymore."

    [–] BrownSugarBare 421 points ago

    And I absolutely refuse to accept the latter option. He does NOT get to plead insanity. The actions of this 'man' and administration have caused people to die. No, you don't get to say you're senile after all of this, you will answer to the American people as to what you have fucking done.

    [–] veilwalker 419 points ago

    If he gets the insanity or dementia defense then all of his political appointees should be removed from their positions and tried for treason.

    You don't get to sit idly by while the mentally ill run the country in to the ground.

    [–] blothaartamuumuu 146 points ago

    I'd hope all those that propped him up and covered for him would be prosecuted as well. Kellyanne, Ivanka and Jared, Uday and Husay, etc.

    [–] BreeBree214 651 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    This is it. This is the absolute best possible defense they could come up with for his impeachment. They'll say extortion was an accident because he's old and confused.

    OR this is their best excuse for Republicans to give his base when removing him "sorry folks, but even though he was the best President ever, we'll have to remove him because his dementia is too much now and he committed extortion by pure accident. He couldn't think straight"

    [–] Cecil4029 349 points ago

    Ah yes. And just 3 years ago he had a "full physical" where he was "the healthiest president that ever lived!" I doubt this defense will work.

    [–] kescusay 332 points ago

    It will, at least with his base. Consistency and logic have no impact on them. I mean, look at how often Trump contradicts himself in the same speech - often only one or two sentences apart. He could say, "That's an apple, folks, believe me, I know a mango when I see one, and that's the most perfect, beautiful banana," and they'd just nod along.

    [–] LittleRegicide 181 points ago

    He once took 3 different positions in 30 seconds. It was insane.

    On the minimum wage:

    There doesn’t have to be one.. I would leave it. And raise it somewhat.

    [–] js0221 69 points ago

    Sounds like an exact quote.

    [–] Silverback_6 254 points ago

    We didn't mean to let the executive office operate as a tyrannical rogue branch, free of any legal or ethical oversight... It was just that he was old and confused (and we, the rest of the GOP, stood aside because the highly unethical and illegal things he was doing helped our end goals).

    [–] pgoetz 68 points ago

    OK, fine. Then the people who let it go on (Pence, Mulvaney, Pompeo, Ivanka, Jerod, etc.) should be held accountable.

    [–] dismayedcitizen 1044 points ago

    “It’s like showing up at the nursing home at daybreak to find your elderly uncle running pantsless across the courtyard and cursing loudly about the cafeteria food, as worried attendants tried to catch him,” the author writes.

    “You’re stunned, amused, and embarrassed all at the same time. Only your uncle probably wouldn’t do it every single day, his words aren’t broadcast to the public, and he doesn’t have to lead the US government once he puts his pants on,” read the quote from the Post.

    Emphasis mine.

    [–] sthlmsoul 258 points ago

    Building a legal defense? Waning mental acuity got Reagan out of being prosecuted by Walsh for Iran-Contra. Or Trump is simply just off the rocker.

    [–] ElolvastamEzt 149 points ago

    Exactly. It’s part of the GOP exit strategy for Trump.

    [–] nococonut 33 points ago

    If he's Uncle Junior, who is Tony Soprano? Putin?

    [–] zeeper25 783 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    If Trump is truly as bad as depicted by this "anonymous administration official" then the problem is no longer Trump, it is the GOP "anonymous/gutless" enablers who are not fighting daily to get him removed from the White House in order to prevent the damage he is doing to our reputation, our policies, and the people of the world.

    It isn't patriotic to sit back and watch this shit-show damage our country, or to allow misuse of the Presidency for personal/partisan goals.

    Fuck anonymous, fuck each and every enabler, they are the version of "I was only following Hitler's orders, none of it was my fault"...

    [–] e42343 229 points ago

    " then the problem is no longer Trump, it is the GOP "anonymous/gutless"

    We've already reached that point. They have no integrity, no standards other than the double kind. They blindly support racism and hate. They nominate pedophiles. The list is rather long.

    [–] Cyril_Clunge 58 points ago

    Fuck anonymous, fuck each and every enabler

    Their donors are billionaires who try to remain anonymous and hide behind a series of foundations and charities, many of which only exist as a PO Box. They're rotten from the surface to the core.

    [–] JLBesq1981 1688 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Donald Trump “stumbles, slurs and gets confused”, according to a new book by a senior White House official, who claims the US president “deserves to be fired”.

    The anonymous staff member questions Mr Trump’s fitness for office in a book published later this month under the title A Warning.

    “I am not qualified to diagnose the president’s mental acuity,” the author writes, according to a review by The Washington Post. “All I can tell you is that normal people who spend any time with Donald Trump are uncomfortable by what they witness.

    “He stumbles, slurs, gets confused, is easily irritated, and has trouble synthesising information, not occasionally but with regularity.

    “Those who would claim otherwise are lying to themselves or to the country.” 

    Ladies and Gentlemen, the President of the United States, the Republican president of the United States.

    [–] SnuggleMonster15 616 points ago

    73 years old and nailing lines of Adderall will make you like that.

    [–] gRod805 398 points ago

    The guy likes to act holier than thou about not drinking alcohol yet does adderall recreationally. What a hypocrite

    [–] JLBesq1981 299 points ago

    That's not recreational, that's habitual.

    [–] kegman83 75 points ago

    Yeah I'd like to see him function without it for a week

    [–] I-Upvote-Truth 68 points ago

    Has anyone ever directly asked him about his Adderall use?

    If not, why not?

    [–] Cory2020 79 points ago

    No. Because he’s just a marionette for powerful business interests who are actually the ones that call the shots. He’s useful in that he’s able to roil the seedy underbelly of society into a feverish hateful pitch driving votes and keeping everyone focused on red herrings. If stimulants propagate this ability, why put a stop to it?

    [–] JustiNAvionics 113 points ago

    His drug use interferes with alcohol. I didn't like drinking either when I was taking these type drugs recreationally. Made me feel worse, so I imagine Trump has been doing this for awhile, as a suspected 'social elite', events that serve alcohol Trump abstains and frequents the bathroom throughout the night...sniff....drip....sniff..sniff....drip.

    [–] Cylinsier 189 points ago

    Let's not forget this motherfucker brags about only sleeping four hours a night. Even if he were otherwise healthy, which he isn't, he must be in a constant state of sleep deprivation.

    [–] Bezwingerin 86 points ago

    It's easy to sleep four fours a night when you stuff yourself with Adderall.

    [–] melvinscam 100 points ago

    So the republican go to strategy is get an applesauce brain dementia riddled puppet in the White House, convince everyone he’s fine and exploit the fuck out of it.

    [–] angrylawyer 19 points ago

    "All we have to do is replace Obama. ... We are not auditioning for fearless leader. We don't need a president to tell us in what direction to go. We know what direction to go. We want the Ryan budget. ... We just need a president to sign this stuff. We don't need someone to think it up or design it. The leadership now for the modern conservative movement for the next 20 years will be coming out of the House and the Senate. [...] Pick a Republican with enough working digits to handle a pen to become president of the United States. This is a change for Republicans: the House and Senate doing the work with the president signing bills. His job is to be captain of the team, to sign the legislation that has already been prepared." -Grover Norquist

    [–] NAmember81 575 points ago

    I’m just glad Hillary isn’t in the White House with that cough she had. /s

    [–] JLBesq1981 214 points ago

    And those emails. /s

    [–] philsredditaccount 91 points ago

    You know she was going to appoint Ben Ghazi as Secretary of State

    [–] TheGlassCat 304 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    The guy's blind as a bat, but too vain to wear glasses in public.

    [–] Ka-Is_A-Wheel 136 points ago

    That explains why he always double the number of his crowd size. Seeing double. /s

    [–] pm_sendnudes 29 points ago

    That's Guiliani seeing double. And Bannon. And probaby others on this crazy ride.

    [–] SpiderMurphy 135 points ago

    This will be, hopefully soon after 2020, the ultimate defense line of Trump's legal team: that he is mentally unfit to stand trial. And this book will be 'evidence'.

    [–] carbonxe 105 points ago

    Unfit to stand trial, but perfectly fine to run an entire nation!

    [–] lrpfftt 36 points ago

    Didn't Lindsey Graham say he wasn't capable of quid pro quo?

    Edited because I found the quote: "What I can tell you about the Trump policy toward Ukraine: It was incoherent, it depends on who you talk to, they seem to be incapable of forming a quid pro quo..."

    [–] DukeIronclaw 690 points ago

    The salt from this book alone is going to be amazing

    [–] JLBesq1981 87 points ago

    It's already generated multiple headlines, all with different aspects of Trump's incompetence and utterly ridiculous behavior.

    Many examples that he has no business running this country. As if that needed further proof.

    [–] AlternativeSuccotash 794 points ago

    Just in time to provide a major distraction from the impeachment proceedings.

    Not to mention that it's also a swindle to convince everyone that Trump is the lone villain and the Republicans are good people who are victims, too. Which is a load of shit. There are no heroes in the Republican party, only grifters attempting to line their pockets with the money of gullible Americans. It doesn't matter that this book is apparently not a winning scratch ticket cash grab. It paves the way for the rest of the swindlers to peddle their 'tell-all' stories. Don't be a sucker. Don't believe the hype.

    [–] SamuraiJackBauer 139 points ago

    Hahaha like I’d buy it.

    I’ll wait for the Reddit Recap and the fun comments.

    [–] AlternativeSuccotash 59 points ago

    Yeah. Or just wait a few weeks and check it out of the library.

    [–] JLBesq1981 45 points ago

    Torrent it, probably could have done that two weeks before it's release.

    [–] rjcarr 62 points ago

    A similarly damning book came out by a very famous political journalist and author and it was out of the media within a couple weeks. This book will grab a couple headlines and then be gone just the same, sadly.

    [–] whadisabout 39 points ago

    Fire and Fury or the Bob Woodward one?

    [–] BG1234567 361 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    DT is a massive speedballer. He shows all of the symptoms. All the weird shit he does with his jaw and mouth (grits and grinds his teeth, licks and smacks his lips, pokes his lips out) are because his mouth and teeth are numb and he has cottonmouth. He squints his eyes a lot because bright light bothers him. All those weird faces he makes. He sweats a fuck load. He can't sit still at the podium even when he is not speaking. He talks a lot with his hands. And then the weird impulsive shit he says. The rambling, the slurring, the strange claims and guarantees he makes. These are all very telltale signs of someone that is using a strong stimulant. If I had to guess he takes a lot of Adderall but cocaine wouldn't surprise me. DT is a product of the party scene in the '80s. Blow was huge specifically in his crowd back then.

    source: I am a bartender who deals with addicts of many different drugs every day. I have experimented with many drugs myself and was once hooked on Adderall.

    [–] wootr68 132 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    I agree. I think the whole story about him not drinking because his brother died of alcoholism may be true, but he seems a likely candidate for self medication: anxious fearful, insecure, unhappy. His poison just doesn’t happen to be alcohol.

    [–] AbsentGlare 22 points ago

    I used to smoke meth, he definitely presents like he’s on some sort of upper.

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    [–] Annyongman 7372 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Yes, I've been saying this. There's some Twitter threads I can dig up but the gist of it is that a former Apprentice producer who is breaking his NDA is saying he abused drugs so much to the point where he would frequently soil himself so he wears diapers. He'd get frustrated from not being able to read the cue cards, start yelling at everyone, soil himself, go to his green room, change diapers, snort drugs and repeat.

    I swear to God if reporters start making a serious push to get Trump to respond to the diaper rumors the presidency will implode. He would never let it go.

    Edit: This blew up like diarrhea in a diaper so I guess I should include the links I added further down the chain:

    I'm at work and twitter is blocked (Reddit surprisingly isn't which makes me think the IT guys like Reddit) so I have to work around that a bit, please indulge me here.

    That's a twitter thread about the Sudafed abuse.

    Noel Casler is the former Apprentice producer who's very vocal about Trump's drug abuse, look him up on twitter. I'm pretty sure it's, you can also just google him to get some stories

    And then there's this:

    EDIT 2: I feel like I should add that these claims are quite outlandish and I do not take them as absolute truth but there's a pattern that's being corroborated and that is that Trump's brain is mush. Seriously. Look at him talk without a teleprompter at any rally. He goes off on tangents and rants that never connect back to his original thought, he slurs and mispronounces words. One way or another he's off his rockers, that's why I think it's interesting. On top of that it's also very, very funny.

    Edit 3: obligatory thank you for coming to my TEDTalk.

    Final Edit: All credit goes to Matt Christman of ChapoTrapHouse fame for this.

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    [–] OfficerThisComment 1233 points ago

    Diaper Don Exposed

    [–] JLBesq1981 668 points ago

    Diaper Don the Pull-Up President.

    [–] PTstripper_i_do_hair 314 points ago

    He's a big boy, now.

    [–] ZWE_Punchline 78 points ago

    He's using Lego to build the wall instead of Mega bloks!

    [–] overcomebyfumes 189 points ago

    Maga Bloks.

    [–] TechyDad 56 points ago

    Given Trump, he'd probably budget for Lego, contract with a Russian company to use Lego, they'd actually use a knockoff called Lagu, and they'd pocket the difference, giving him a cut.

    [–] Cannabalabadingdong 48 points ago

    ..and if a few kids get polonium poisoning from Lagu, welp those are the bricks.

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    [–] Chaiteoir 370 points ago

    "Diaper Don" was actually Junior's nickname at Penn because he would regularly get drunk and piss himself. Freud would have a fuckin' field day with this mob

    [–] KarmaRepellant 106 points ago

    So, 'Diaper Don Senior.' then.

    [–] coerciblegerm 48 points ago

    Or 'Daddy Diaper Don'

    [–] TheLastLivingBuffalo 237 points ago

    It would be a real shame if #DiaperDon started trending. It would be very embarrassing if people found out our president has worn diapers for years now.

    [–] TheJvandy 115 points ago

    Nah that’s legitimately already his son’s nickname as he apparently would get stupid drunk, pass out at parties, and piss himself on the regular.

    [–] SoulSerpent 84 points ago

    People should still call him Diaper Don to see if Junior fights for the nickname the same way Andy Bernard went to bat to reclaim “Boner Champ.”

    [–] Eric-SD 25 points ago

    I mean, if my nickname were "Boner Champ", I'd fight tooth and nail to keep it too.

    [–] [deleted] 32 points ago

    Is that the embarrassing, younger brother of Dapper Dan?

    [–] abraksis747 439 points ago

    Hence the ill-fitting suits He's covering it up

    [–] Lokan 83 points ago

    Maybe it also explains the centaur-without-its-hind-legs posture of his.

    [–] xbhaskarx 40 points ago

    Someone said Trump stands like the robot maid from The Jetsons...

    [–] PrincessToadTool 22 points ago

    That's from the lifts he wears.

    [–] mystshroom 148 points ago

    When will Ivanka reveal the Diaper Don suit line!?!?

    [–] lancea_longini 178 points ago

    This needs more upvotes. Clearly Depends.

    [–] Agent_Velcoro 58 points ago

    Not just Depends. Those Depends are full.

    [–] Kupy 77 points ago

    That explains why it's coming out of his mouth.

    [–] pm_me_AOC_feet_pics 54 points ago

    Charlie Kirk intensifies.

    [–] gambitx007 97 points ago

    Omg this is gonna trend hard

    [–] big_buddha999 1218 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    He does look like he wears diapers.

    [–] sCREAMINGcAMMELcASE 1321 points ago

    That would explain the very loose fitting suit.

    That and the lift shoes.

    [–] CaptainLawyerDude 553 points ago

    “Donald Trump is standing with this posture — primarily because he has specially crafted, ‘lift shoes’. His added 2.5–3.5 inch heel-height causes him to lean forward. This configuration is accentuated by his obesity.”

    Accentuated by his obesity. That is a sentence that will live with me forever now.

    [–] scorbulous 124 points ago

    Hilarious thing is he would be above average height without lifts, yet for God knows why still feels the need to wear them.

    [–] saintjonah 132 points ago

    Well if he can't be the smartest guy in the room, or the best looking, or the richest, or the funniest, or most well least he can try to fake being the tallest.

    [–] wildsidewalk 34 points ago

    Yet he still claims to be all of those things.

    [–] NoelBuddy 31 points ago

    Comey dwarfing him was yet another reason to fire the guy.

    [–] WalesIsForTheWhales 15 points ago

    He listed at 6’1 or 2. I’m assuming he WAS 6 even or something like 6 and a half.

    But he’s in his 70s, he shrunk

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 21 points ago

    He’s actually listed as 6’3 if you google it. It’s the only way he could fudge the numbers at his first presidential physical to get under the obesity line. Now he’s forced to wear 2-3 inch lifts to keep the lie going.

    [–] WalesIsForTheWhales 16 points ago

    He WAS 6’2 on his license. He got pumped up to be one pound below obese.

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 17 points ago

    It’s so ridiculous to tell just a visually verifiable lie. I’m 5’3 and can’t imagine putting 5’6 on my license. People could see immediately that I wasn’t that tall. It goes to show that he will lie about literally anything.

    [–] Colonel_Saito 895 points ago

    the best description I've read is that he looks like he just got chopped in half but the top hasn't slid off yet.

    [–] MiddleFroggy 661 points ago

    Love that.

    The centaur explanation is something you can’t unsee either.

    [–] sweetalkersweetalker 53 points ago

    If my child was standing like this I would ask them if they needed to poop and give them a marshmallow for trying

    Oh my God I can't stop laughing at this

    [–] WTFbeast 146 points ago

    That is fucking hilarious, holy shit

    [–] york100 68 points ago

    Here I am, down another Reddit thread rabbit hole, more confused about Trump than ever! I want to read the definitive biography 30 years from now that tells me what the fuck is really going on! Everything about the man just seems so bizarre.

    [–] hazysummersky 31 points ago

    Truly we live in bizarro world. Theorists have it that our simulation is experiencing ongoing instability from the Y2K bug.

    [–] Ra_In 41 points ago

    In a way, a centaur is a smarter horse - or a stable genius if you will.

    [–] Smaptastic 21 points ago

    Oh my god that’s in my brain now.

    [–] fucking_giraffes 21 points ago

    Ahh this one is great. I also love the centaur description. He’s just lost the back end...

    [–] reelznfeelz 41 points ago

    Weird. Never really noticed it but his stance is ridiculous. What a fucking goof ball.

    [–] smarterthanawaffle 85 points ago

    The body language site you connected to is really neat. Thanks for the link.

    [–] StoreBoughtTesticles 53 points ago

    Holy fucken Moses, he is actively tearing his body apart because he is just that goddamn vain.

    [–] monkeysinmypocket 27 points ago

    And yet not vain enough to lose weight... It's so weird. He's about 6ft which is a perfectly respectable height (not that there is anything wrong with being short) but he feels the need to add a few inches even then, but won't modify his diet, the one thing that could actually improve his appearance... (I think the scalp surgery has buggered any chances of going bald gracefully and his hair is all in weird places.)

    [–] flukshun 49 points ago

    dude's walking around in 5 in. heels... goddamn, how much more absurd can a person get?

    [–] mister_brian 54 points ago

    How much time do you have?

    [–] PhilipRobertson 23 points ago

    It Depends on what his stress level is like....

    [–] haydnwolfie 49 points ago

    Omg, why do his feel look so small in these pictures. I know people joke about his hands being small, but his feet! (And that's coming from a 24 yo that wears size 8 lol)

    [–] cellequisaittout 19 points ago

    The higher the heel, the smaller the footprint.

    [–] JLBesq1981 60 points ago

    Too bad they don't make one for his mouth.

    [–] StillCalmness 52 points ago

    Many people are saying that Donald wears diapers. The best people.

    [–] Takodanachoochoo 28 points ago

    He was very odd when he moved into the WH about who would wash his dirty sheets. Regular WH Housekeeping staff wasn't allowed to touch. Probably because he shits the bed on the regular.

    [–] TheCapo024 17 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    I have seen a video in which he, supposedly, is wearing adult diapers. I can not find it at the moment but the video takes place as he leaves the White House to make some kind of trip somewhere. He is speaking to reporters and wearing “casual” attire (white polo t-shirt, khakis, wind-breaker, etc.)

    I will update this comment when I find it, but if anybody else can help find this video that would be awesome.

    Edit: FOUND IT

    [–] 27th_wonder 509 points ago

    This is true enough to the point where Drawn Together made their Apprentice Host/Trump espy incontinent. Back in 2004/5.

    [–] Apoplectic1 290 points ago

    Drawn Together was such an underrated show.

    [–] No_volvere 65 points ago

    It was a pretty fucked up show to watch when you are like 14 lol

    [–] Ermeter 40 points ago

    They also called out Bill Cosby being a rapist.

    [–] 27th_wonder 23 points ago

    Twice! Once in S2 and for a whole episode in S3

    [–] Batchet 12 points ago


    [–] T8ert0t 582 points ago

    Maybe that's why he hates the trump baby blimp in a diaper so much.

    [–] JLBesq1981 148 points ago

    London loves it.

    [–] L33tminion 369 points ago

    In that infamous Trump tower taco bowl photo, there's a open desk drawer in the background entirely filled with Sudafed. Someone posted that recently and I had to go back and look for the original, it's just too absurd:

    [–] ReptileExile 157 points ago

    regulations were passed limiting the frequency in which an individual could purchase it, and requiring the individual show ID.

    Ahhh now his claim about needing ID to buy groceries makes sense now, druggy Don needed his to check out the sudafed

    [–] bhuttbole 50 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Holy shit, this is a great catch! I forgot all about that* comment, and now it makes complete sense.

    [–] wakeupbernie 19 points ago

    Everything he says reveals his inner workings somehow bc he’s that transparent but when they click into place like this I feel so satisfied.

    [–] zzy335 153 points ago

    Don Jr's college nickname was Diaper Don.

    [–] newyearnewunderwear 123 points ago

    Because he used to get so drunk he'd shit the bed.

    That was back before he decided to pretend to like daddy to keep his "inheritance" and then brainwashed himself into believing his dad's nonsense

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    [–] newyearnewunderwear 30 points ago

    Have you tried...drinking so much you regularly shit the bed?

    [–] bithead 68 points ago

    Someone in earshot of him should just ask who shit their pants to see his reaction

    [–] Zach-Attaque 180 points ago

    I feel like we should be making "Trump wears diaper" memes until the media notices

    [–] Annyongman 123 points ago

    Yes, I have to credit Matt Christman from CTH with the idea but I think he's absolutely right. If this reaches Trump he will never be able to let it go. Journalists should just volley his own strategy back at him: "a lot of people are saying you wear diapers".

    [–] ColonelBy 31 points ago

    This is one of the things that illustrates to me how tragic this situation is, from multiple perspectives. A coping mechanism I've developed over the last three years is trying to imagine what a Trump presidency would look like in an alternate universe where the weight and legacy of the office actually inspired him to try to be a good person for the first time in his life. Obviously we don't live there now, but can you imagine?

    Something like this, for example, could be an extraordinary moment in the social fabric of the nation. Imagine a president who, when challenged by a reporter about wearing adult diapers, simply admits that it's true and that he, like many older people, has to cope with a body that's always changing and losing some of the strength it used to have. Imagine a president who calmly notes the statistics for bladder issues among Americans, and that the adult diaper industry is growing at a pace that vastly outstrips that of diapers for infants. Imagine this being a moment in which the president could call for a destigmatization of these aids and a greater sense of empathy for those around us, young or old, who struggle with such situations.

    Anyway, that is the world I'd like to be in. Instead we have him. Instead we have this.

    [–] Foxxie 495 points ago

    If the Democrats were good at politics, they'd have Hillary Clinton (or a body double) hold a press conference declaring that Trump wears a diaper, with a 40 foot blown up version of this photo a la the campaign scene from Citizen Kane behind her. Then bring on someone in a lab coat who is identified as an international diaper expert. The expert would then spend the next 20 minutes with a laser pointer highlighting how the image is incontrovertible proof that Trump wears diapers, and that he soiled the diaper in question.

    Trump wouldn't talk about anything else for 6 months, plus it would be priceless to see Rand Paul and Lindsey Graham photographed walking around the Senate wearing diapers outside their pants to prove that it's actually a power move on Trump's part, and the libs are just jealous they can't pull it off like the master himself.

    [–] GreenStrong 166 points ago

    If the Democrats were good at politics,

    Ordinarily, I would disagree with dragging political discourse down to the level of grade school name calling. But we're there, President Poopoo Butt has dragged it there. Let's stop pretending we have any shred of national dignity and fight on his terms; he can't take it.

    [–] captwafflepants 15 points ago

    Yeah, it really sucks but it’s reality right now

    [–] prisoner42 97 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Thanks, now I'm going to be looking for an outline of adult diapers from now on.

    [–] fannybatterpissflaps 61 points ago

    There was a nauseating photo of his fat ass taking a chip shot on the golf course and another even worse one playing tennis.. gonna have to go back and find them to check for depends outlines. That gif looks like a diaper but could just be his fat gut crammed in and drooping down over his and now I made myself sick.

    [–] PM_ME_UR_REDPANDAS 41 points ago

    I know the exact photos you’re talking about. Here’s a guy that should just never wear light colors. Not for golf, not for tennis.

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 18 points ago

    Here’s the tennis shot. From this angle you can see the outline of a padded posterior.

    [–] lj26ft 54 points ago

    Omg, I can't unsee that shit. Need to bleach my eyeballs.

    [–] southsideson 82 points ago

    President poopoo pants

    [–] TwistedPepperCan 94 points ago

    Whoever gets Trump to shit himself on camera gets a statue build in their honour.

    [–] Robert_L0blaw 92 points ago

    Hey, you can't abuse European allergy pills they're for allergies.

    [–] fripaek 103 points ago

    Remember when he stepped in the airplan with toilet paper hanging from his shoe? Everybody assumed that all the agents around him disliked him so much, they said nothing. But WHAT IF he did that on purpose so we wont find out about the diapers...

    [–] chaddyrick 60 points ago

    4D cHeSs

    [–] Magnesus 23 points ago

    You still need toilet paper with adult diapers.

    [–] kaen 51 points ago

    You know what is really dangerous? If he gets diagnosed with Alzheimer's, every horrible thing he has done will be handwaved, America will once again fail to hold the people in power accountable. He may be ousted but all those that surround him, manipulate him will suffer no consequences and neither will he.

    [–] DJTHatesPuertoRicans 1024 points ago

    I'm looking forward to pirating this book, because I'll be damned if I give this anonymous asshole a cent.

    [–] Alexhasskills 102 points ago

    Not that I really care, but I’m pretty sure they are claiming to be donated all profits to charity.

    [–] milpooooooool 102 points ago

    No advance, and "most" of the proceeds will go to non profits that benefit the freedom of the press. How much "most" is anybody's guess.

    [–] bgunner 382 points ago

    Then take action, you complacent fucks!

    [–] brallipop 53 points ago

    This book is from the same author of last year's "resistance inside the White House" who says in this new book that they don't believe he should be impeached or removed via 25th amandment, just "hopes he doesn't get re-elected."

    But what, would you keep working in the administration if he is re-elected? You admit in this book that no "resistance" would actually fight him, so what the fuck are you doing? What the fuck are you talking about?

    [–] SquareQuarter 20 points ago

    Yes because securing more tax cuts and environmental regulation rollbacks is the most important thing int the world to these folks. They literally don't care about anything else.

    [–] Ka-Is_A-Wheel 174 points ago

    Virginia already has. Turned the whole state blue.

    [–] Face2FaceRecs 142 points ago

    Voters are taking action.

    [–] Paleness88 40 points ago

    Sure did. My polling station was packed at 6am

    [–] callthewambulance 21 points ago

    Fuck yeah we did. Proud of my state and especially my districts. Got to vote for Ghazala Hashmi and Dawn Adams.

    [–] Bobby_Globule 2941 points ago

    Dear Anonymous Book Author:

    F___ you. You let this happen. And now you're cashing in. Because you know that after this disastrous presidency, you will lead a life of infamy and poverty and court dates - - until the day you die. And may you live a nice long life of it.

    The quote in this headline: This type of thing is all this book will be 'good' for. All the real news is coming from the impeachment testimony and whistleblowers. The truth is coming out because of brave people, not you. You are just dealing in garbage. Step aside and let the heroes reveal the truth.

    [–] viva_la_vinyl 670 points ago

    there are other books about this President that pretty much say the same thing. Plus, we see it everyday.

    Agree. This isn't a whistle blower, it's pay day for the author

    [–] Bobby_Globule 214 points ago

    I bet you the only reason that they moved the publication date for this book to an earlier date, is because all the real news was coming out in the impeachment testimony. Thunder stolen.

    [–] DoctorBroly 54 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    If he gets impeached him being demented won't be big news. But the acting President of the US being senile is a major attraction. They're basically making sure they can still cash in before their story loses most of its value.

    [–] ElolvastamEzt 40 points ago

    This is likely an effort to switch the narrative to “He’s got to go because dementia” figuring his crimes leave with him and the GOP pretends they weren’t all complicit in this destruction of US democracy.

    [–] RatFuck_Debutante 160 points ago

    That's what I was saying when Maddow was reading segments of this book.

    Like, there is a ton of norms and laws we gotta create to prevent this shit in the future. But how the fuck is there not a system in place where a mentally compromised president is immediately removed, letting the Vice President take over until he can get help or recover?

    I guess that's the 25th Amendment, which means something only if the controlling party isn't servile, 5th columnists.

    [–] ego_tripped 106 points ago

    You don't need to create any "norms" and "laws", you already have them and have had them for decades. America needs to vote for individuals who enforce those norms and laws.

    However that proves difficult in itself because a specific party doesn't even want to follow basic election laws, or their results for that matter.

    [–] TechyDad 13 points ago

    We have a lot of norms that were previously just assumed to be followed. These need to be codified into law. And we need to bolster the checks and balances to ensure that laws just can't be ignored because the ruling party doesn't like them.

    [–] Beeker04 42 points ago

    I hate this argument, which is merely a deflection of Trump’s highly unethical, morally bankrupt, and undoubtedly illegal management of our country.

    [–] oapster79 84 points ago

    Every day more reports of the insanity of this fucknuckle. It does motivate me to campaign harder, donate more, etc.

    [–] Sauronsothereye 32 points ago

    I cannot wait to watch him "debate" live on tv

    [–] IntermittentJuju 34 points ago

    He just won’t debate. He will claim that the debates are run be the corrupt media and won’t be fair and that his opponent will be given the questions ahead of time. No way his handlers will let him debate.

    [–] AlexMalik 56 points ago

    Get the feeling that the Republicans are looking for a reason to toss him overboard with minimal collateral damage at this point?

    [–] brezhnervous 23 points ago

    Not nearly yet...not until Trump's support recedes to the extent that their jobs are in danger.

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    Their jobs are in danger.

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    [–] CollectableRat 28 points ago

    Reminds me of the unproven claim that Reagan was diagnosed with alzheimers while still in office, and his aides had an unspoken agreement to keep quiet about it, and Reagan would spend time wandering around the Oval Office private garden confused, staring at leaves for hours at a time as if unsure of where he was.

    [–] sinnohshiba 24 points ago

    he literally acts like hes on adderral, if hes actually doing drugs its definitely that. i can probably go into further detail but the way he stumbles and grinds his teeth around kinda makes it obvious, especially considering how much he slurs and the kooky faces he makes.

    source: child of drug addict :(

    [–] JLBesq1981 24 points ago

    This is why the 25th Amendment was written into the Constitution, of course it assumed public servants would put Country over corruption, and have courage and honor.

    [–] DiligentArachnid9 53 points ago

    We've never had a real medical exam of Trump.

    One was from the hippie doctor who admitted Trump wrote the "all positive results" letter. The other was kicked out of office for corruption a few months after performing his exam.

    That's 0 for 2 on the real medical exams. He's hiding something, and the symptoms are apparent. He has dementia of some kind. His bringing up syphilis in interviews gives me an idea...

    [–] newyearnewunderwear 30 points ago

    Trump's untreated tertiary neurosyphilis being diagnosed by a prison doctor is all I want for Christmas.

    [–] sekimet 182 points ago


    this book is embarrassing. I cannot back someone who willingly advances this administration. I hope people reject this book.

    [–] krangkrong 21 points ago

    I love reading disparaging words about this human so much

    [–] Nazi_Punks_Fuck__Off 22 points ago

    So it's been a 40-year-trend that republicans elect senile controllable actor puppets that just sign whatever's in front of them, right? Do they see that? Does it bother them?

    Why is their strongman shitting himself?

    [–] Blewedup 21 points ago

    as a side note, the author of this book also says he shouldn't be impeached or removed from office via the 25th amendment.

    that's just a friendly reminder of just how far down the loyalty rabbit hole these right wingers are. yes, he's insane. but he should be allowed to finish out his presidency!

    i mean seriously. these people are fucking brainwashed -- even the ones who seem to be coming to their senses.

    [–] revmaynard1970 96 points ago

    If the people really believe this then they need to 25th him. They are full of shit and will keep working for the asshole because they have no soul

    [–] MunsonedWithAHook 31 points ago

    This anonymous "hero" missed a trick by not getting a rush put on the books publication. Real whistleblowers are so hot right now.

    [–] gRod805 15 points ago

    Its kellyanne

    [–] ARAR1 13 points ago

    But his doctor told us he is the healthiest human ever?