We’re still in the middle of 2015, and the hype for the 2016 Presidential Election has just begun. With every campaign comes some form of major stupidity from at least one presidential candidate–specifically, media business mogul Donald Trump.

For the past month, Republican candidate Donald Trump’s gargantuan acts of stupidity have been making headlines all across the country. In his presidential campaign announcement speech, Trump made derogatory remarks at Mexican immigrants, saying that they are, “in many cases, criminals, drug dealers, rapists, etc.” even though that is never the case. As a result of his racial slurs towards Mexicans, NBC and Spanish-language network Univision severed their business relationship to Trump and decided not to air the Miss USA or Miss Universe pageants–both of which he’s owned since 1996–on their networks. Looks like no one’s gonna watch the world’s most beautiful models vie for the crown this year–or for many years to come–thanks to that asshole.

At the first GOP debate two nights ago, Trump slammed Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly for asking questions regarding the misogynistic, sexist comments that he made in the past–he’s called them “fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals”–deeming them “ridiculous” and “off-base.” To further escalate the situation, Trump offended Kelly by telling CNN’s Don Lemon she had “blood coming out of her wherever.” I thought he was referring to her menstrual cycle, but he said that blood was coming out of her eyes and her nose.

I may be a Democrat, but I think Donald Trump is an embarrassment to the Republican Party. He thinks that he can eschew punishment simply because he’s got millions and billions of dollars to his name. But guess what? As long as Trump runs his vulgar mouth about Mexican immigrants, women, and other minorities–he already claims to believe that autism is caused by vaccines, which incensed me because there is no scientific evidence to support it–everyone and every business he’s associated with will completely disown him for good, and he’ll be forced to drop out of the 2016 presidential race. (Then again, how the hell did Trump get ahead of Jeb Bush and other notable GOP candidates in the national polls?) Trump’s being booted by NBC, Univision, Macy’s, who dropped his clothing line, and NASCAR, who ended their sponsorship with Trump by declaring they will not host its post season awards banquet at his golf resort in Doral, Florida, has proved that much.

Although I have no ill will against others, I sincerely hope that Donald Trump gets dropped from the presidential race because if he ever gets elected President, I’m afraid he’ll bastardize America much further than it’s already been.

I always say that politics is dirty business. Politics has gotten even messier now that Donald Trump is involved.

And I thought George W. Bush was the worst.

13 thoughts on “Donald Trump: The BIGGEST Idiot in U.S. Politics

  1. I absolutely love how he said in the debate that politicians run to him and other rich guys for money and then they owe them favors. Like he’s being honest but totally demonstrating the corruption that these hedge fund and big business people cause. I don’t know who you want for the Democrats, but I’m all for Bernie.


      1. Hillary will probably get the primary. I really want Bernie to get it but I just don’t see that happening. A lot of people are afraid of him calling himself a socialist.


      2. He straight up calls himself that. He is a huge fan of the Scandinavian political system and those countries, like Denmark for example, follow the social democratic or socialist platform.


      3. No I doubt that. He’s all for taxing the rich, universal healthcare, making college for affordable or free, equal rights for the LGBT community, keeping planned parenthood, global warming stuff, etc. There’s no way any president could restrict that basic right besides the exceptions that have already been made in the past.


      4. Oh, okay. If Trump was elected President, what do you think he’ll do? (We need to stay on-topic here.)


      5. I don’t even want to imagine it. I’m sure he would ruin all of our foreign relations completely. He just has no respect for people based on comments that he’s made in the past. He’ll just keep letting the top 1% get rich and widen the income gap even further. I’m sure he would try to do something with the Mexican border. Doesn’t he want to build a wall but make Mexico pay for it or something?


      6. I don’t think I’ve heard of Trump saying he wants to build a wall on the Mexican border. He needs to understand that he can’t be so discriminatory against other minorities and ethnic groups, especially Mexican immigrants, undocumented or otherwise. Mexicans come to the United States for better employment and financial opportunities, and Trump needs to understand and respect that.


      7. I may be wrong, I don’t remember exactly. I thought I heard something like that but I could always be wrong. And yeah he’s very brash and is super discriminatory and is really out of touch with the middle and lower classes. I’m really not understanding how he’s leading the Republicans in the polls. I mean, he’s got to have lost the vote of a lot of people just based on his comments. If the popular vote counted instead the electoral college, I would be almost certain that he wouldn’t become the president.


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