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Sharpie-gate continued: Trump doubles down on Dorian's aim for Alabama

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4 hours ago, soalbundy said:

That spade he is using must be worn out with all that digging, the hole must be a 100 meters deep.

Don’t worry, China manufactures lots and lots of spades... and if he digs for long enough, he might develop a new trade route 😁

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Donald Trump - the gift that just goes on giving! 

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Coming next week: the strawberries problem will be addressed

 

 

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11 hours ago, rgraham said:

It is obvious someone altered the map he was referring to with his statements. I would not want to be the one with the Sharpie marker because as we know Trump is relentless and I think he will get to the bottom of it.

Trump Altered Dorian Map to Show Storm Threatened Alabama

After facing ridicule for suggesting over the weekend that Hurricane Dorian might strike Alabama, Donald Trump showed reporters a map on Wednesday that he personally altered to help prove his point.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-04/trump-s-altered-dorian-map-shows-storm-threatening-alabama

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Should we laugh or should we cry?


 

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Donald and the Black Sharpie

 

One evening, after thinking it over for some time, Donald decided he wanted to be president.

He drew a picture that made his hands look very big.

He drew another picture that made dark people look scary and another that made the president into a mean Muslim from Africa.

 

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/donald-and-the-black-sharpie/2019/09/06/44202240-d0b9-11e9-b29b-a528dc82154a_story.html

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