Donald Trump needs to have a stadium of seats

Sir, have a seat.

I’m so tired of Donald Trump.  And to the folks who are thinking, “well why are you writing about him then? Ignore him and he will go away,” I say prove it!  The media monstrosity that is Donald Trump has been infecting my world for my entire lifetime.  At what point does someone in the media or his family tell him to have a stadium of seats?

After bribing race-baiting the President of the United States to release his transcripts, calling for revolution after President Obama won re-election decisively, and a reported intervention by his children, Trump still doesn’t get the hint.  The world wants him gone but he continues to talk, tweet, and blather about nonsense related to China, trade, and politics. Now he’s giving the Republican party advice and saying that they need to be more appealing to minorities.

No, seriously.

Donald Trump, who held a press conference demanding that the first black President of the United States show his papers in the form of a birth certificate and undergraduate transcripts, is advising someone else on how to appeal to minority voters. 

Via Talking Points Memo:

“Republicans didn’t have anything going for them with respect to Latinos and with respect to Asians,” Trump said of 2012 in a Newsmax article published Monday. “The Democrats didn’t have a policy for dealing with illegal immigrants, but what they did have going for them is they weren’t mean-spirited about it. They didn’t know what the policy was, but what they were is they were kind.”

I suppose someone who does and says racially insensitive things would be able to tell someone what not to do in order to not alienate people of color. But Trump’s “analysis” on why people of color prefer Democrats is ridiculous. Trump is a “carnival barker” as President Obama referred to him at a press briefing last year. Someone please direct Mr. Trump to the appropriate section so he can have a seat and stay there.

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