Friday, September 30, 2016

Donald Trump Now Thinks Debate Was "A Rigged Deal"

At first, the Donald said he liked Lester Holt and that Lester had done a good job as moderator--but as time went on and the FrankenTrumpster realized how badly he himself had done in the debate, he had to shift gears and go after Holt, Clinton, the microphone, the "liberal media," Alicia Machado, and women at large.  His modus operandi for life:  At all costs, he must always avoid responsibility for his own actions. 

That is the kind of President Trump would make--heaping boastful praise upon himself for his self-perceived successes and never taking personal responsibility when criticized by others for mistakes or failure. But do his supporters care?  Absolutely Not.  They love this man who whines and deflects and points fingers everywhere but at himself.  Maybe because his supporters do the same thing themselves?  Just asking.  

Anyway, the following article tells all about little Donald blaming everyone else for his problems.  Has this man EVER taken responsibility for ANYthing he has said or done that has been rightfully criticized by others?  The answer to that is NO.  

The following Readers' Comments say it best:
Mark Grudzinski · 
I know I shouldn't be surprised, but I'm still surprised he has supporters. Do any of these people pay any attention to the unbelievable inconsistency in his statements? One second he says he won, the next his microphone was faulty and Lester Holt's a big a roundabout way admitting he lost. He insists he was against Iraq when the simplest Twitter search proves he was for it. Bragging about not paying taxes. Bragging about taking advantage of the real estate crash.
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George Manchester
Mark, the answer to your question is that long before the debates, his supporters had swallowed his lies and closed their minds and are now marching lockstep to his drumbeat. They are beyond the reach of the truth and it's a sad thing for this country.
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Todd Leddy
George Manchester AGREED! Their heels are soooo dug in, there is nothing we can do but mobilze the sane people in this country and make sure we vote for Hillary.
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Bruce Dunklin · 
George Manchester : sad and scary
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Bill Cross · 
He didn't realize how badly he had done when he first walked out of the debate room. Now that's he finally aware of what happened, he's desperate to find something or someone to blame it on. That "defective mike" excuse got zero traction (unless by "defective" he meant it picked up every sniffle and word that came from him). Now, he's blaming the ref.
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Hillary Allen · 
Works at Toronto Ontario
This is a parody... but it could easily not be:
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (The Borowitz Report)—Plunging the future of the 2016 Presidential debates into doubt, Donald J. Trump said on Tuesday morning that he would not participate in the remaining two debates if Hillary Clinton is there.

Trump blasted the format of Monday night's debate by claiming that the presence of Clinton was "specifically designed" to distract him from delivering his message to the American people.

"Every time I said something, she would say something back," he said. "It was rigged."

He also lambasted the "underhanded tactics" his opponent used during the debate. "She kept on bringing up things I said or did," he added. "She is a very nasty person."

Turning to CNN, Trump criticized the network's use of a split screen showing both him and Clinton throughout the telecast. "It should have been just me," he said. "That way people could have seen how really good my temperament is."
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Terry Lee
Trump is such a man-baby. He crys about everything. WAAH, the debate was rigged. WAAH, the microphone was defective. WAAH, Lester Holt was mean to me. 

I have never once seen Trump take responsibility for his own failings. Instead, he blames everyone and everything for his failures.
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AJ Williams
Arrested development. I wonder what Trump experienced around the age of 9, when kids typically begin to grasp consequences and personal responsibility.