Donald J. Trump (aka Don the Con) has pulled off the greatest bait and switch ever pulled.
Don the Con has done it so well his supporters do not realize they been had and the American taxpayer was always going to pay for the wall not Mexico.
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Trump baited the American people by saying Mexico would pay for a concrete wall. He convinced his supports that Mexico would pay for a wall. Mexico was never going to pay for the wall but at every campaign stop during the 2016 election campaign Trump, repeatedly promised Mexico would pay for the wall his supporters fell for it hook line and sinker. Mexico paying for the wall was one of trumps greatest hits. Trump is lying once again, now Trump is saying he never said that Mexico would pay for the wall. Trump can lie and lie about his lies all he wants there are videos to prove that he is a liar. Trump is lying when he says he never said Mexico would pay for the wall. Trump is also lying when he says it was not a concrete wall. Trump shut down the government to force the American people to pay for a steel slat wall that once was concrete that he promised Mexico would pay for. Getting the American people to pay for a steel slat wall that once was concrete that Trump promised repeatedly Mexico would pay for has to be the greatest bait and switch ever pulled.
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Don the Con is a con man, a threat to the free press, free speech, free trade, the rule of law, our democracy and the American way of life.
Trump is a con man who with the help of Putin and Russia was able to steal the 2016 election. His next book should be called “The Art of the Con”.
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The Trump administration has started the arduous process of canceling $3.6 billion in military construction projects to fund its plans to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Defense Secretary Mark Esper began notifying lawmakers Tuesday which projects will be canceled in their districts. Top Democrats immediately blasted the plan. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., was among the first lawmakers to say his district will be impacted by the funding cuts, for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. "This decision will harm already planned, important projects intended to support our service members at military installations in New York, across the United States, and around the world," Schumer said. "It is a slap in the face to the members of the Armed Forces who serve our country that President Trump is willing to cannibalize already allocated military funding to boost his own ego and for a wall he promised Mexico would pay to build." - Taxpayer money diverted from military projects to pay for the border wall that Trump said Mexico would pay for.
By Frank Fish | For The Tribune
Donald Trump may be the greatest con man the world has ever seen. It’s a skill he developed in his real estate and merchandising career and has now brought to the world as president. You’ve probably read about his failures: his football team, airline, casinos, university, clothing line, steak and wine ventures, etc. Under Trump we risk a failure of the United States, both at home and on the world stage. In most of his failures, Trump failed to understand the workings of the market and overestimated the marketability of the Trump name. Apparently, he’s a sucker for ideas he thinks will boost his image, and just can’t be bothered with analysis highlighting the difficulties and/or negative public reaction. He has convinced himself — and is on record saying so — that he knows more than his advisors about building walls, trade, corporate finance, interest rates, technology, the military, negotiating and more.