Trump tweet slams Le Bron James, Don Lemon over CNN interview
On one hand we have to give PDT credit for defending himself, his family and his politics. On the other hand, we have to wonder just how bright he is having the compulsion to get down and dirty with every Tom Dick and Harry that breaks his balls.
His latest is:
PDT does not take any prisoners. He will stand toe to toe with anyone, starting with leaders of foreign countries, all the way down the food chain with some nutcase dude whose kid got locked up in China. La Var got his 30 minutes of fame by bumping head with PDT.
PDT has to know by now, the barrages of insults and criticism are never going to change/stop as long as he is sitting in The Big Chair. I say ignore the critics like they do not exist and sooner or later they will get tired of fighting a one-sided war and clam up.
BUTT that is not who The Donald was or who he is. He will continue to do what got to where he is regardless of what anyone tells him. How smart is that, it depends who you AXE. We can’t argue with success.
PDT has been bumping heads with Donny Lemonade and fools like him for as long as he has been in office. Nothing new. I say ignore the fool/sheep/follower/groupie/mindless devotee and all the rest of the agate breaking Boulder Rollers. They would look a lot more foolish than they do now if PDT acted like they are invisible. After-all, his name is Donald like the duck and he should not give a ^$#@.
As far as the super-star, double dribbler, once pride of the Cavs goes, he also is a fool/sheep/follower/groupie/mindless devotee and like the rest of the agate breaking Boulder Rollers. Stick to what you do best, making money and funding schools Le Bron. My cover is off to you on that one.
I wonder if James and Lemonade read what the two preachers recently said about PDT.
1 day ago – 1, 2018. (Associated Press). Two black Christian pastors who were … critics who say Trump’s policies have harmed the black community. … Darrell Scott, of Cleveland — calling Trump “the most pro-black president we’ve had in our lifetime. … to believe that things are getting better and are going to get better.