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Is Donald Trump bucking for an insanity defense?

by Josh K / May 30, 2012 12:59 AM PDT

Last week he declared himself a top contender for the VP slot, which was probably news to Romney and his staff.

Now he's angry with George Will, who (IMO accurately) called Trump a "bloviating ignoramus" over Trump's continued birther comments. Wolf Blitzer called him "ridiculous" yesterday.

I think it's shameful that Romney continues to make appearances with him and court his support, like anyone needs it.


By the way, Trump's claim that "anyone" could place a birth announcement is false. In 1961 those announcements were only accepted from the hospitals in which the births occurred. But try and tell Donald Trump that, LOL.

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(NT) The Donald HAS TO BE in the limelight.
by JP Bill / May 30, 2012 1:19 AM PDT
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DT, isn't just a ham, he's the whole pig
by Willy / May 30, 2012 1:48 AM PDT

For someone or anyone to believe anything he says, makes that person suspect as well. Too bad, too much air time is given to such a bloviating ham that just has too much hot air to spare. -----Willy Happy

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(NT) I don't think it's a defense so much as simple reality. Nuts
by Ziks511 / June 2, 2012 1:30 PM PDT
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