Erin Burnett: Fauci opens his mouth with facts, Trump does not

Erin Burnett: Fauci opens his mouth with facts, Trump does not 1

 

CNN’s Erin Burnett says Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Trump are on completely different pages as Covid-19 cases continue to rapidly increase in the US.
#CNN #News

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  1. A posting from a teacher with questions that haven’t been addressed, I am re-posting Stolen from a friend: “I no longer teach, but here are some important questions.

    Betsy DeVos, we have a few questions for you:

    • If a teacher tests positive for COVID-19 are they required to quarantine for 2-3 weeks? Is their sick leave covered, paid?
    • If that teacher has 5 classes a day with 30 students each, do all 150 of those students need to then stay home and quarantine for 14 days?
    • Do all 150 of those students now have to get tested? Who pays for those tests? Are they happening at school? How are the parents being notified? Does everyone in each of those kids’ families need to get tested? Who pays for that?
    • What if someone who lives in the same house as a teacher tests positive? Does that teacher now need to take 14 days off of work to quarantine? Is that time off covered? Paid?
    • Where is the district going to find a substitute teacher who will work in a classroom full of exposed, possibly infected students for substitute pay?
    • Substitutes teach in multiple schools. What if they are diagnosed with COVID-19? Do all the kids in each school now have to quarantine and get tested? Who is going to pay for that?
    • What if a student in your kid’s class tests positive? What if your kid tests positive? Does every other student and teacher they have been around quarantine? Do we all get notified who is infected and when? Or because of HIPAA regulations are parents and teachers just going to get mysterious “may have been in contact” emails all year long?
    • What is this stress going to do to our teachers? How does it affect their health and well-being? How does it affect their ability to teach? How does it affect the quality of education they are able to provide? What is it going to do to our kids? What are the long-term effects of consistently being stressed out?
    • How will it affect students and faculty when the first teacher in their school dies from this? The first parent of a student who brought it home? The first kid?
    • How many more people are going to die, that otherwise would not have if we had stayed home longer?
    30% of the teachers in the US are over 50. About 16% of the total deaths in the US are people between the ages of 45-65.
    We are choosing to put our teachers in danger.
    We’re not paying them more.
    We aren’t spending anywhere near the right amount to protect them. And in turn, we are putting ourselves and our kids in danger.”

    • Steve-USMCVET | July 14, 2020 at 4:28 PM | Reply

      Just go home a hide in fear. I’m gonna live as if COVID-19 is just a normal cold or flu.

    • @Steve-USMCVET Trumpler hid in a bunker; when he got out and he wanted to use kids and elderly to sacrifice for the election.

    • Trump has no plan , no safe plan he’s an idiot to think kids can go back ! No patent wants to send there child to School to die or get very ill…. It’s impossible !! It’s totally dangerous for our kids n teachers , staff ! Trump is a total failure ! This us Political only he dsnt care about our kids or teachers or the parents ! He is incompetent n he’s shameful to threaten all of us n the Schools ! He’s crazy totally insane ! He’s own niece says he’s crazy n narcissistic ! He’s has failed completely !! He’s not a leader he’s a very evil man !!

    • @Chris E. no patent us going to send their child ! It’s way to dangerous!! Trump’s insane to force parents to do this n threaten Schools also ! He has failed the Country completely !! My grandchildren will not return to School at all !!!

    • Fire Storm Fox | July 14, 2020 at 5:46 PM | Reply

      And we all know children touch everything, I watched my nephew yesterday, at my house he touched nearly every in the room before he left, had he been exposed.
      I can guarantee you I would be too.
      He even touched my coffee cup rim and my can of Vienna sausages that I was about to eat, if children go to school, they will no doubt touch everything around them there too, * Schools reopening is a death sentence to many, kids pass viruses worse than any humans*

  2. Ofcourse the emperor still thinks he’s still wearing clothes…

    • Vera von Weltin | July 14, 2020 at 3:50 PM | Reply

      @Christy Johnson To kill more Americans through ignoring Covid-19 or ignoring Putin paying the Taliban to kill American soldiers?

    • Scott Clarke | July 14, 2020 at 6:00 PM | Reply

      @Little Nat Yeah Cuomo, as in КОЗЫРЬ!!(oh it’s Russian for???)

    • Getting fooled by cnn i see cnn is fake news

    • Jolene Creech | July 14, 2020 at 7:26 PM | Reply

      Silver Dime Sean Hannity is drinking the Trump Kool -Aid. Looks like you are too! Sad days ahead. Prepare yourself … we are going downhill! I can’t believe there are so many idiots that have faith in Trump. He and his swamp need to be removed.

    • Justess Delaware | July 14, 2020 at 8:45 PM | Reply

      LMAO🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  3. Paul Neuteboom | July 14, 2020 at 3:33 AM | Reply

    Churchill: ”Be at the end of the beginning, but not yet at the beginning of the end.”

  4. Richard Davis | July 14, 2020 at 3:37 AM | Reply

    We have a choice?
    A man that has dedicated his life and profession in understanding viruses.
    Or
    A compulsive self serving liar

  5. Jane Chambers | July 14, 2020 at 3:47 AM | Reply

    Dr. Gupta said, “people are confused.” Who are “people”? People do not know whether to believe a proven liar or a veteran, award-winning scientist? Who are these “people”?

  6. Straight B.S, two months without a briefing – we have no leadership.

    • @Doc No. The original comment was by Lorenzo A who said that there had not been a briefing in two months…which was not true…that was the comment that I was responding to. Then you commented that Fauci wasn’t at the briefing and I said what difference does that make? Do you think the CDC director, Dr. Birx, four-star admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. are not reliable? Why must only Fauci be there? You are starting to sound like you have a political motivation instead of an honest broker.

    • @votive jesus christ, the original comment was talking about Fauci, you know, the ENTIRE TOPIC of the video we’re on. That was the topic of the video, that was the topic of the first comment. If the video was about the entire white house task force you might have a point, but it wasn’t, and you don’t. You misunderstood the first comment’s intention and it has led you down a road of confusion. And also, I never said ONLY Fauci should be there. I was saying that the leading expert in the country and possibly the world on infectious diseases should NEVER not be at those briefings. He’s the leading expert in infectious diseases for christ sake and you think it doesn’t matter if he’s not there, but instead cite me with political motivations. Just beyond ridiculous.

    • You’re had no leadership since the 70s….
      Why do you want it now..?
      The middle class is history.. your young are zombie apocalypse junkies…
      Which was the last politician that didn’t fail you…
      Anyone?

    • @gore 108 Reagan, Clinton, Obama. Tone down the hyperbole.

    • leader ship, NOT! this bum is a COMPLETE FAILURE

  7. Trump lying? Naah, it’s just that he lives in an alternate reality where “lies” are modified facts, “massaged” to fit his agenda…

  8. Truth of God | July 14, 2020 at 4:39 AM | Reply

    You’ll notice ALL the states that are doing so “poorly” are the last states to be hit hard! Every state will take their turn, period.

    • The states being hit hard are those who didn’t take safety precautions seriously and are now seeing the results of that.
      look at Europe and how they managed to lower the infection rate by following the advice of doctors and putting partisan politics aside.

    • Joanne Hamilton | July 14, 2020 at 1:17 PM | Reply

      Rmp

    • sabrina mata | July 14, 2020 at 1:34 PM | Reply

      @fred smith exactly I don’t understand why people listen to people that aren’t doc and scientists they listen to our political people who dont know wtf they are talking about it’s common sense or at least I thought it was lol

    • @fred smith watch what happens when 1 asymptomatic person rolls into a plane or sports arena…you act as if its all over with in other countries… there maybe never a cure, it could come back every year.
      Also Americas death rate per capita is way better than most European countries.

    • @Matt C The UK has the worst European death rate (after Belgium, which is a bit of a special case) , the US is catching up with the UK fast and in fact is already much worse than MOST European countries, (only 8 out of 45 countries are worse than the US average, and none are more than 50% of the death rate of your worst hit states, excluding San Marino, which only had 42 deaths, but in a tiny population.). Your worst hit states have had much higher death rates than any European country .You had more forewarning of what would happen and massive economic resource to help, but your governments , state and federal, have messed up big time and continue to do so. America is better than this, you just need to engage with facts and good governance.

  9. KimaelSvenningfeldt | July 14, 2020 at 5:03 AM | Reply

    “When you test, you create cases”… sounds like he thinks the test itself is contagious🤦🏻‍♀️ This isn’t that hard to understand- the sooner you shut down tight and follow the experts advices, the sooner you can reopen safely and get the numbers down. How is it unconstitutional to put a bit of cloth over your mouth and nose to safe your fellow Americans. Isn’t this ONE nation under God?

  10. “We’ve done more testing than anyone” ….we’ve had the best testing…….the biggest testing…..the most perfect testing…..so I’ve been told. Lol 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  11. Pierre Bonnard | July 14, 2020 at 5:50 AM | Reply

    The President: Fear not. The night is always darkest before the dawn.
    Reporter: But Mr President. It is only 6PM!

  12. He’s jealous of Fauci, when it was going around ” Fauci sexiest Man” .
    That’s when Fauci disappeared from the White House.

    • Listen to the Communist speak: When Fauci funds Pandemic Virus creation, why does he not create a cure as well. Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research : Nature News & Comment https://www.nature.com/news/engineered-bat-virus-stirs-debate-over-risky-research-1.18787. NATURE | NEWS
      Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research
      Lab-made coronavirus related to SARS can infect human cells.
      Editors’ note, March 2020: We are aware that this story is being used as the basis for unverified theories that the novel coronavirus causing
      COVID-19 was engineered. There is no evidence that this is true; scientists believe that an animal is the most likely source of the coronavirus.
      12 November 2015
      An experiment that created a hybrid version of a bat coronavirus — one related to the virus that causes SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome)
      — has triggered renewed debate over whether engineering lab variants of viruses with possible pandemic potential is worth the risks.
      In an article published in Nature Medicine1 on 9 November, scientists investigated a virus called SHC014, which is found in horseshoe bats in
      China. The researchers created a chimaeric virus, made up of a surface protein of SHC014 and the backbone of a SARS virus that had been
      adapted to grow in mice and to mimic human disease. The chimaera infected human airway cells — proving that the surface protein of SHC014 has
      the necessary structure to bind to a key receptor on the cells and to infect them. It also caused disease in mice, but did not kill them.
      Although almost all coronaviruses isolated from bats have not been able to bind to the key human receptor, SHC014 is not the first that can do so.
      In 2013, researchers reported this ability for the first time in a different coronavirus isolated from the same bat population2. The findings reinforce suspicions that bat coronaviruses capable of directly infecting humans (rather than first
      needing to evolve in an intermediate animal host) may be more common than previously thought, the researchers
      say.
      But other virologists question whether the information gleaned from the experiment justifies the potential risk.
      Although the extent of any risk is difficult to assess, Simon Wain-Hobson, a virologist at the Pasteur Institute in
      Paris, points out that the researchers have created a novel virus that “grows remarkably well” in human cells. “If
      Declan Butler
      Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research : Nature News & Comment https://www.nature.com/news/engineered-bat-virus-stirs-debate-over-risky-research-1.18787
      1 of 4 3/30/2020, 3:07 AM
      the virus escaped, nobody could predict the trajectory,” he says. Biosafety in the balance
      Creation of a chimaera
      The argument is essentially a rerun of the debate over whether to allow lab research that increases the virulence, ease of spread or host range of
      dangerous pathogens — what is known as ‘gain-of-function’ research. In October 2014, the US government imposed a moratorium on federal
      funding of such research on the viruses that cause SARS, influenza and MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome, a deadly disease caused by a
      virus that sporadically jumps from camels to people).
      The latest study was already under way before the US moratorium began, and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) allowed it to proceed while
      it was under review by the agency, says Ralph Baric, an infectious-disease researcher at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a co-author
      of the study. The NIH eventually concluded that the work was not so risky as to fall under the moratorium, he says.
      But Wain-Hobson disapproves of the study because, he says, it provides little benefit, and reveals little about the risk that the wild SHC014 virus in
      bats poses to humans.
      Other experiments in the study show that the virus in wild bats would need to evolve to pose any threat to humans — a change that may never
      happen, although it cannot be ruled out. Baric and his team reconstructed the wild virus from its genome sequence and found that it grew poorly in
      human cell cultures and caused no significant disease in mice.
      “The only impact of this work is the creation, in a lab, of a new, non-natural risk,” agrees Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist and biodefence
      expert at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. Both Ebright and Wain-Hobson are long-standing critics of gain-of-function research.
      In their paper, the study authors also concede that funders may think twice about allowing such experiments in the future. “Scientific review panels
      may deem similar studies building chimeric viruses based on circulating strains too risky to pursue,” they write, adding that discussion is needed as
      to “whether these types of chimeric virus studies warrant further investigation versus the inherent risks involved”.
      Useful research
      But Baric and others say the research did have benefits. The study findings “move this virus from a candidate emerging pathogen to a clear and
      present danger”, says Peter Daszak, who co-authored the 2013 paper. Daszak is president of the EcoHealth Alliance, an international network of
      scientists, headquartered in New York City, that samples viruses from animals and people in emerging-diseases hotspots across the globe.
      Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research : Nature News & Comment https://www.nature.com/news/engineered-bat-virus-stirs-debate-over-risky-research-1.18787
      2 of 4 3/30/2020, 3:07 AM
      Article PubMed ChemPort
      Studies testing hybrid viruses in human cell culture and animal models are limited in what they can say about the threat posed by a wild virus,
      Daszak agrees. But he argues that they can help indicate which pathogens should be prioritized for further research attention.
      Without the experiments, says Baric, the SHC014 virus would still be seen as not a threat. Previously, scientists had believed, on the basis of
      molecular modelling and other studies, that it should not be able to infect human cells. The latest work shows that the virus has already overcome
      critical barriers, such as being able to latch onto human receptors and efficiently infect human airway cells, he says. “I don’t think you can ignore
      that.” He plans to do further studies with the virus in non-human primates, which may yield data more relevant to humans.
      Nature doi:10.1038/nature.2015.18787
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    • Nadune Newell | July 14, 2020 at 4:40 PM | Reply

      Lol sad but true

    • denise bailey | July 14, 2020 at 8:00 PM | Reply

      I totally agree I felt the same way.

  13. “When you test you create cases”😂😂☠☠ I guess we should stop testing for HIV and cancer and voila! No more HIV and cancer. Never thought it would be that easy.

    • Yeah, except HIV and cancer are real and serious, but nobody seems to care about that as much. Awesome comparison, super sleuth.

    • YQ10 Galaxy Hidden & Cloaked | July 14, 2020 at 8:33 PM | Reply

      Wow! Trump is Really a “Stable Genius!”. By NOT testing for Cancer, we will not have any Cancer! The Mental Giant Has Cured Cancer! Seeee How Brilliant Trump Is !!! He’s smarter than Einstein! Just as he said, “I know more about ISIS than the Generals!” Little wonder, “He is the Chosen One!”

    • todd hershberger | July 14, 2020 at 9:27 PM | Reply

      @phsy, So you believe that the covid virus is not? You must be a stable genius like the Great Pumpkin!

    • christopher weise | July 14, 2020 at 9:29 PM | Reply

      JR N – I watched his car crash of a campaign rally he had today in the Rose Garden. He literally said “if we did half the testing, we’d have half the cases. Then you cut that in half, and…..ya know. So, more testing CAUSES more cases”. People are gonna trust this guy when he says the schools will be open? FFS.

    • The population problem solved by the stable genius in one fell swoop, stop pregnancy tests and women will not get pregnant, bingo!.

  14. Don’t call it “leadership” when there is none

    • He’s keeping the economy running and that’s the best leadership anyone can do under the circumstances. If the democrats were in charge, we would all be locked up in FEMA camps waiting for a poisonous vaccine to “free” us. Trump is actually doing the best thing possible in these difficult times. If you lock people up, you crash the economy, and create a health and welfare catastrophe.

    • David M true facts I respect that

    • “Leadership: Whatever happens, you’re responsible. If it doesn’t happen, you’re responsible.”
      ― The Donald @ Twitter, November 2013

    • “Hillary’s always surrounded herself with very good people, I think Hillary would do a good job [as president].”
      [praising Hillary Clinton as a Democratic presidential candidate who could make a good deal with Iran.]
      ― The Donald @ interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, September 2007

      “I know [Hillary Clinton] and she’d make a good president or good vice president.”
      [speaking of the 2008 Democratic Party presidential primaries]
      ― The Donald @ “Trumped!”, a syndicated radio feature, 2008

      “Hillary Clinton I think is a terrific woman. I am biased because I have known her for years. I live in New York. She lives in New York. I really like her and her husband both a lot. I think she really works hard. And I think, again, she’s given an agenda, it is not all of her, but I think she really works hard and I think she does a good job [since joining the Obama administration as Secretary of State]. I like her.”
      ― The Donald @ interview with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren, March 2012

      “I know [Hillary Clinton] very well, and I know her husband very well, and I like them both. They are just really terrific people. I like them both very much. But I think you’ll be looking at the record of Hillary Clinton. And how did she do as secretary of state? Probably above and beyond everybody else and everything else.”
      [speaking after the 2012 Benghazi attack]
      ― The Donald @ interview with NBC News, August 2013

      “I really believe the Republicans are just too crazy right. I mean, what’s going on is just nuts.”
      ― The Donald @ interview with NBC News’ “Meet the Press”, October 1999

      “In many cases, I probably identify more as Democrat. I’ve been around a long time. And it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats than the Republicans. Now, it shouldn’t be that way. But if you go back, I mean it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats. …we’ve had some pretty bad disaster[s] under the Republicans.”
      ― The Donald @ interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, March 2004

    • “If you can’t take care of your sick in the country, forget it, it’s all over. I mean, it’s no good. So I’m very liberal when it comes to health care. I believe in universal health care. I believe in whatever it takes to make people well and better.”
      ― The Donald @ Larry King Live, October 1999

      “A friend of mine was in Scotland recently. He got very, very sick. They took him by ambulance and he was there for four days. He was really in trouble, and they released him and he said, ‘Where do I pay?’ And they said, ‘There’s no charge.’ Not only that, he said it was like great doctors, great care. I mean we could have a great system in this country.”
      ― The Donald @ The David Letterman Show, January 2015

      “We’re going to have insurance for everybody. We’re going to have a healthcare that is far less expensive and far better.”
      ― The Donald @ interview with The Washington Post, January 2017

      “I don’t want to pivot… If you start pivoting, you’re not being honest with people.”
      ― The Donald @ interview with Wisconsin television station WKBT, August 2016

      “You can’t con people, at least not for long. You can create excitement, you can do wonderful promotion and get all kinds of press, and you can throw in a little hyperbole. But if you don’t deliver the goods, people will eventually catch on.”
      ― The Donald @ “The Art of the Deal”, 1987

  15. Fauci opens his mouth with facts, the conman opens his mouth with lies. Full stop.

  16. Someone on another thread said “even on Gilligan’s island they listen to the Professor not the Millionaire!” #listentotheprofessor

  17. trump the crossing guard: “Keep your eyes closed and the cars can’t get you, children. Me? I’ll be on the sidewalk.”

  18. Johnny Doe AMERICA | July 14, 2020 at 1:05 PM | Reply

    Just look at his face and you can see only Evil

  19. The “billionaire” who hides his tax returns.
    The “genius” who hides his college grades.
    The “self-made man” who tax dodged a $413M “gift” from daddy’s real estate empire.
    The “businessman” who bankrupted 3 casinos and lost over $1B in 10 yrs.
    The “playboy” who pays for $ех.
    The “Christian”, twice-divorced philanderer, who never asks God for forgiveness.
    The “man of the Bible” who declined to name even one of his favorite Bible verses.
    The “philanthropist” who defrauds charity.
    The “patriot” who dodged the draft; family tradition: grandfather was kicked out of Bavaria for draft-dodging, father bribed a doctor tenant to exempt Donald from military service.
    The “paragon of honesty” whose new immigration rules would have kept his and his anti-immigration senior advisor Stephen Miller’s grandparents out.
    The “staunch Republican” who donated to Democrats at all gov’t levels — Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, John Kerry, Anthony Weiner, Harry Reid, Andrew Cuomo, Terry McAuliffe, Eliot Spitzer.
    The “innocent man” who refuses to testify.
    The “President” who takes no responsibility.
    The “tough, strong man“ who wears makeup and hairspray but never a mask.
    The “deal maker” who has yet to close a deal.

    If America reelects this guy, it deserves the dystopian future that follows.

    “If you can’t take care of your sick in the country, forget it, it’s all over. I mean, it’s no good. So I’m very liberal when it comes to health care. I believe in universal health care. I believe in whatever it takes to make people well and better.”
    ― The Donald @ Larry King Live, October 1999

    “A friend of mine was in Scotland recently. He got very, very sick. They took him by ambulance and he was there for four days. He was really in trouble, and they released him and he said, ‘Where do I pay?’ And they said, ‘There’s no charge.’ Not only that, he said it was like great doctors, great care. I mean we could have a great system in this country.”
    ― The Donald @ The David Letterman Show, January 2015

    “We’re going to have insurance for everybody. We’re going to have a healthcare that is far less expensive and far better.”
    ― The Donald @ interview with The Washington Post, January 2017

    “Hillary’s always surrounded herself with very good people, I think Hillary would do a good job [as president].”
    [praising Hillary Clinton as a Democratic presidential candidate who could make a good deal with Iran.]
    ― The Donald @ interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, 2007

    “I know [Hillary Clinton] and she’d make a good president or good vice president.”
    [speaking of the 2008 Democratic Party presidential primaries]
    ― The Donald @ “Trumped!”, a syndicated radio feature, 2008

    “Hillary Clinton I think is a terrific woman. I am biased because I have known her for years. I live in New York. She lives in New York. I really like her and her husband both a lot. I think she really works hard. And I think, again, she’s given an agenda, it is not all of her, but I think she really works hard and I think she does a good job [since joining the Obama administration as Secretary of State]. I like her.”
    ― The Donald @ interview with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren, March 2012

    “I know [Hillary Clinton] very well, and I know her husband very well, and I like them both. They are just really terrific people. I like them both very much. But I think you’ll be looking at the record of Hillary Clinton. And how did she do as secretary of state? Probably above and beyond everybody else and everything else.”
    [speaking after the 2012 Benghazi attack]
    ― The Donald @ interview with NBC News, August 2013

    “In many cases, I probably identify more as Democrat. I’ve been around a long time. And it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats than the Republicans. Now, it shouldn’t be that way. But if you go back, I mean it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats. …we’ve had some pretty bad disaster[s] under the Republicans.”
    ― The Donald @ interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, 2004

    “I don’t want to pivot… If you start pivoting, you’re not being honest with people.”
    ― The Donald @ interview with Wisconsin television station WKBT, August 2016

    “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and wouldn’t lose any voters, okay? It’s, like, incredible.”
    ― The Donald @ campaign rally in Iowa, January 2016

    “I love all people, rich or poor, but in those particular [i.e. cabinet] positions I just don’t want a poor person.”
    ― The Donald @ rally in Iowa, June 2017

    “I think if this country gets any kinder or gentler, it’s literally going to cease to exist.”
    ― The Donald @ Playboy, March 1990

    “Let our politicians give back our police department’s power to keep us safe. Unshackle them from the constant chant of ’police brutality’…”
    ― The Donald @ “Bring Back the Death Penalty. Bring Back Our Police!”, a newspaper ad, May 1989

    “The point is that you can’t be too greedy.”
    ― The Donald @ “The Art of the Deal”, 1987

    “It’s amazing, I can’t even believe it. I’ve been so lucky in terms of that whole world, it is a dangerous world out there. It’s like Vietnam, sort of. It is my personal Vietnam. I feel like a great and very brave soldier.”
    [speaking of having $ex and referring to women’s geпitals as “potential landmines”.]
    ― The Donald @ interview on The Howard Stern Show, November 1997

    “Vagiпa is expensive.”
    ― The Donald @ his second wedding, as retold on The Howard Stern Show, 1997

    “Wow! Just think — in a couple of years I’ll be dating you.”
    [to two 14-year-old girls in 1992, after asking the girls how old they were. The girls were part of a youth choir performing a carol concert outside Manhattan’s Plaza Hotel.]
    ― The Donald @ Chicago Tribune, December 1992

    “Leadership: Whatever happens, you’re responsible. If it doesn’t happen, you’re responsible.”
    ― The Donald @ Twitter, November 2013

    “You can’t con people, at least not for long. You can create excitement, you can do wonderful promotion and get all kinds of press, and you can throw in a little hyperbole. But if you don’t deliver the goods, people will eventually catch on.”
    ― The Donald @ “The Art of the Deal”, 1987

    “I’m gоіng tо tеll yоu whаt I rеаlly thіnk оf Dоnаld Trump. Thіs mаn іs а pаthоlоgіcаl lіаr. Hе dоеsn’t knоw thе dіffеrеncе bеtwееn truth аnd lіеs. Hе lіеs prаctіcаlly еvеry wоrd thаt cоmеs оut оf hіs mоuth… а nаrcіssіst аt а lеvеl I dоn’t thіnk thіs cоuntry hаs еvеr sееn… Wе аrе stаrіng аt thе аbуss.”
    ― Tеd Сruz @ prеss cоnfеrеncе, mоrnіng оf Indіаnа Rеpublіcаn prіmаry, Mаy 2016

    “Givе me ten years, and you will not recognize Germany anymore!”
    ― Adolf Schicklgruber @ election slogan, 1933

  20. “Slow the testing down, please!”
    -Donald Jessica Trump

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