Our nation is in the hands of a world class financial genius. He knows just how close to the brink to go before snatching victory from his adversary’s hand. He’s crazy as a fox — and he’s never failed, never. He was also the hero of one of America’s most popular and longest running reality TV shows ever. He is a tremendous hero to some 60,000,000 or so great Americans.
Pay no attentions to naysayers who try to frighten you about his supposed “impulsiveness” or “recklessness”. His enemies will keep pointing to his several business bankruptcies, BUSINESS bankruptcies, not one of them a personal bankruptcy — personally he’s filthy rich. Winners always play with house money. Don’t forget this guy used to run some very successful casinos.
Still, there are those who won’t be happy until they see him fail, see America fail. They write crazy, critical things, like this John Cassidy fellow in the New Yorker typed out in May of 2019:
The financial reprieve that Trump’s businesses received turned out to be temporary. In 1991, his Taj Mahal casino, in Atlantic City, filed for bankruptcy protection, and, not very long after, so did his other two casinos—the Trump Plaza and the Trump Castle. In 1992, the Plaza Hotel filed for bankruptcy, and Trump agreed to turn over many of his remaining assets, including Trump Shuttle, to his creditors. With the help of the banks and his father, who repeatedly gave him money, Trump managed to escape the humiliation of personal bankruptcy, but his days as a swashbuckling entrepreneur were done. For a decade, or more, he largely confined himself to licensing deals, entertainment ventures, and minority investments that cashed in on his personal brand, which somehow survived his dramatic fall.
In May, 2019, this is all distant history, of course. But don’t let anyone tell you—not Trump, nor Newt Gingrich, nor any of the President’s other apologists—that the businesses Trump operated were successful, or that the huge losses they sustained were simply tax dodges. They weren’t.
The lying mass media will show misleading graphics like this one, purposefully designed to make him look bad:
Real Americans LOVE this guy, and the way he’s making America great again, so do the rest of us a big fat favor, MSNBC and the failing so-called New Yorker (whatever that is) and just shut the hell up, OK?