Frank Figliuzzi On Trump: He Relishes The Idea That People Are Appalled | Deadline | MSNBC

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Frank Figliuzzi On Trump: He Relishes The Idea That People Are Appalled | Deadline | MSNBC

100 Comments on "Frank Figliuzzi On Trump: He Relishes The Idea That People Are Appalled | Deadline | MSNBC"

  1. Adox Artist | June 5, 2020 at 6:43 PM | Reply

    Getting a kick out of their own disgusting behavior is the only way abysmally malicious people can live with themselves.

  2. Somme Tinonme | June 5, 2020 at 6:45 PM | Reply

    Well Hitler was Elected …. People Forget that …..Then he blamed Jews and seized power …. Trump is blaming ANYONE of Color

    • Teresa S Trump & Hitler have the same personality Disorder.

    • 9000ck the ancient story says 1/3 of the angels were cast out of heaven when Satan wanted to place his throne above God’s.

    • Fifer McGee | June 5, 2020 at 9:15 PM | Reply

      and the media.

    • And ALL democrats. Pence probably isn’t helping, if he’s an evangelical that believes all democrats are “demons”….

    • Robert Franz | June 5, 2020 at 10:19 PM | Reply

      It’s not being elected that gave Hitler power, it was the German legislature voting to give him dictatorial powers.

      That’s not going to happen here.

      He wod have to be reelected, gain a GOP super majority in both chambers, then get Constitution Amendments ratified by 2/3 of states.

      He’s done damage, sure, and wants to be a dictator, but that hasn’t happened, nor will it.

  3. Ivanka speads for Quincy Jones | June 5, 2020 at 6:52 PM | Reply

    He should be ashamed he has supporters who fly the Nazi flag in his name.

    • Obama fixed Chicago? How many were killed in Chicago last weekend? 40?

    • @Zef Blueberry Relevance?

    • Boo hoo hoo cry baby Democrats..

    • MyrnaMinkoff | June 5, 2020 at 10:51 PM | Reply

      @#j G BS “the democrats copied racism from the Muslims at the start of the slave trade” There were no Democrats in the 17th century, mush less Dems that were consorting with Muslims, what are you talking about? For the 999th time: TODAYS REPUBLICANS ARE YESTERDAYS DEMOCRATS, THEY SWITCHED AFTER THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT! Everything you said Dems did, the Republicans are doing now.

    • @#j G You’re a ridiculous ttds ttump ttroll who expects everybody to be as idiotic and as uninformed as you are.

  4. When protesters are denoted as enemies of the state then we have a fascist state.

    • @Whicker Boy Do they some how control you? thats weird.

    • We have to the Constitutional right to protest. Trump is trying to that right away and we should all be protesting that

    • First amendment, the right of assembly to petition the government. Funny how Trump is big on protecting his base’s second amendment rights but violates the constitutional rights of the rest of the country. Who is the terrorist, a peaceful protester or an AR-15 carrying thug dressed in mock battle fatigues playing “soldier”?

    • Scott Albers | June 5, 2020 at 10:32 PM | Reply

      I think it was actually when he called the free press the enemy of the state.

    • Scott Albers | June 5, 2020 at 10:34 PM | Reply

      @Anthony T. His definition of “great” seems to be white and dedicated to his presidency in perpetuity.

  5. Joseph Patin | June 5, 2020 at 6:53 PM | Reply

    They need to protest to remove the racist in the white house

  6. Marcel Patrice Talleyrand | June 5, 2020 at 6:54 PM | Reply

    I guess Americans had to wait for it to happen to them in order to understand the rest of the world!

    • And to understand how horrible it’s been when American administrations have supported oppressive regimes in other countries to support American corporate interests.
      Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican) – installing the Shah of Iran.
      John F. Kennedy (Democrat) – Bay of Pigs attempt to overthrow Fidel Castro.
      Lyndon B. Johnson (Democrat) – beginnings of Vietnam War.
      Richard Nixon (Republican) – escalation of the Vietnam War and invasion of Cambodia.
      Jimmy Carter (Democrat) – Iran hostage crisis, although that was an aftereffect of Eisenhower’s (Republican) actions in Iran.
      George H.W. Bush (Republican) – pushed Iraq out of Kuwait (probably a needed action), but then invaded Panama.
      Bill Clinton (Democrat) – Serb/Bosnian conflict (probably a needed action), further issues with Iraq and Iran (likely inherited from his predecessors), but then began returning refugees from Cuba back to Fidel Castro.
      George “Dubya” Bush (Republican) – Disastrous failure to prevent Saudi Arabian terrorists from attacking inside the USA (9/11) while secretly escorting members of the Bin Laden family out of Washington DC, then invaded the wrong country allegedly “by mistake”.
      Barack Obama (Democrat) – cleaning up Bush’s mess in Iraq, but then launched airstrikes or military raids in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan.
      The USA has been addicted to war throughout most of its history. Time to get off of that deadly drug.

    • Ouch.

  7. They really need to close the President’s Twitter account.

    • @Sami Helen That’s what I’m worried about…. my high school history teacher told my class we’d probably see the end of democracy in America in our lifetimes and I thought he was just being overly dramatic. It’s been almost fifteen years and his words have been bouncing around in my mind a lot especially with Trump already trying to disavow mail-in voting.

    • stephancalvino | June 5, 2020 at 9:37 PM | Reply

      They really need to put a pillow over his fat face, C’mon, Melania, end bullying now!

    • Crush Inverted Totalitarianism | June 5, 2020 at 9:37 PM | Reply

      Or put mittens on him 😜

    • Seriously!!! At the same time though, he’s kind of digging his own political grave via Twitter, so maybe its better to let him keep digging.

    • @joanne sferrati From prison, preferably.

  8. David Harmon | June 5, 2020 at 7:01 PM | Reply

    The 11 year old: that’s good parenting. We’re not born racist.

    • @TheChiefEng I am glad some Americans are smart enough to know that we are being played. Thank You, I ask you why are they beating a 70 year old white guy? is that to protect and serve or punish and enslave. These people who try to justify things by picking stupid insignificant details are enabling this kind of behavior from the police, but worse then that they do not see how Anti American these actions and their beliefs are…. thanks

    • Magnetron33 | June 5, 2020 at 9:58 PM | Reply

      @Butch L Has anyone actually seen trump’s reflection in a mirror?

    • @TheChiefEng It will not change until we Americans change the people in our government and remove Trump. Then we can get laws and Bills passed to make real change instead of having the ideas that we
      try to turn into laws to help heal us will just stall in the Senate.

    • Racism is caused by exposure to black people.

    • Racism as a historically-specific ideology related to European colonizarion is not innate.
      Being suspicious of people who don’t look like you and your own family may well be. One role of parentling is to get children past that.

  9. Radwulf Eboraci | June 5, 2020 at 7:02 PM | Reply

    Media should stop putting his face on air. Tell him he will have to pay from here on out.

  10. People of American demand the name tags of those soldiers .

  11. McConnell and the Republican senators are the reason Evil trump is still there!

    • @Kimberly McLane and the republican Senate’s gerrymander that gives a minority’s chose the Presidency. Meanwhile, GOP’s Senate are “gerrymandering” the Justice system where they can!

    • Gary Campbell | June 5, 2020 at 10:38 PM | Reply

      ylass : You do know gerrymandering does NOT affect a President or Senate election, right ? Those are statewide. AND, BOTH parties do it, not just republicans. It depends on who has the majority in that area or state. Maybe republicans just have a majority in more places. Ever thought of that instead of spewing nonsense ?

    • @bob bobben
      “I have a tricky one. trump or gaetz? Who has the most punchable face?”
      Very tricky indeed. But just for my curiosity, do you know a trick for both?

    • @Deborah Lawson
      “That is because they’re evil as well, or just plain disgracefully wimpy and weak!”
      Lose lose situation.

    • Danielle Cormier | June 5, 2020 at 10:58 PM | Reply

      Whicker Boy I see you spreading your hate all over the comments of this clip. You sound so angry and my guess is you have good reason to be. A lot of people are hurting right now. But you are directing your pain at the wrong people. The way to address your own pain is to assist in amplifying the voices of those with less power than you. Because when the least powerful among us are elevated, we are all elevated a little. Hiding behind a fake name and trolling people with hate filled commentary will NOT improve your own life or make your own pain any less . Nor will it convince anyone to change their mind. People are in enough pain. Im guessing that at some point in your life you had more empathy. Find it. I want your life to be better too but that cant happen unless you start channeling your pain into something more constructive. Please just try. Im rooting for you Whicker Boy!

  12. John Townsend | June 5, 2020 at 7:04 PM | Reply

    trump calls Mattis “the most over-rated general in the world”. This is an outrageous unremarkable assessment from a cowardly draft dodger who through brazen grift avoided serving in the Vietnam war not once but five separate times now posturing as Commander in Chief imposing military force on american protesters and playing golf on Memorial Day while those in the front line of ‘combat’ against the pandemic crisis bravely forge on risking their lives.

    • Radford Butts | June 5, 2020 at 9:07 PM | Reply

      But in 2016 he said Mattis was the closest thing we have ever had to General Patton

    • Fifer McGee | June 5, 2020 at 9:07 PM | Reply

      Disgrace, a total disgrace, he is a con man in chief and has to go, this nonsense has to stop.

    • Draft dodger Bunkerboy (Bonespurs sufferer)) isn’t qualified to bring his shine box to shine General Matthis’s boots !!

  13. Cross C Cologne | June 5, 2020 at 7:13 PM | Reply

    American will have to walk Trump out of office. You’ll have to march protest until he’s gone. Take example on the peaceful Sudanese uprising…

    • That fence trump is building wont be coming down anytime soon. After the election the people might have to tear it down….if we even have an fair election.

  14. Jon Hollins | June 5, 2020 at 7:15 PM | Reply

    Brick by brick American democracy is being dismantled, half the wall is gone.

  15. david Bouras | June 5, 2020 at 7:17 PM | Reply

    We have a jerk for a president.

  16. Agolf Twitler is founding the US Dictatorship, right before our eyes. Republicans are NOT Americans.

  17. Why isn’t there a law that disqualifies presidents from getting reelected if they are impeached?

    • Usually the voters make sure he doesn’t get reelected but I like your idea

    • Dolores Reynolds | June 5, 2020 at 10:25 PM | Reply

      Karen Byrd The process has happened four times, but only three completions. (Nitpicking, sorry). Since three of them were second term impeachments, this situation has only come up this one time.

    • Dolores Reynolds | June 5, 2020 at 10:27 PM | Reply

      Robert Franz Akin to, but not the same as. Politics doesn’t enter into court trials much.

    • They actually have the freedom to seek a third term.

    • Actually, a simple majority could have passed a resolution preventing him from campaigning for a second term, even if they did not convict and remove him.

  18. Scott Peterson | June 5, 2020 at 7:36 PM | Reply

    The whole trump family disgust me and my friends, all of whom have brains.

  19. Efrain Avelar | June 5, 2020 at 7:53 PM | Reply

    1 to be investigated mitch McConnell
    2 Donald Trump
    3 bill barr
    4 trumps administration
    5 they should all be in prison

  20. Herb Liptow | June 5, 2020 at 8:27 PM | Reply

    If this doesn’t convince you that trump is a sociopath! Then nothing will.

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