Who had the pelotas to speak that truth about Donald Trump? According to Bloomberg News, it was Mike Bloomberg. He repeated what his Press Secretary said: Donald Trump was a pathological liar, with fake hair, obese and had a spray-on suntan.
Many, many voters are saying: Caramba! Bloomberg' s our guy! He would pin Putin’s ears back, and he also promises to save Obamacare, Social Security, Medicare, pass commonsense gun regulations, and take climate change seriously. What’s not to love?
As though Bloomberg’s Pathological liar, fake hair, obesity and spray on sun tan, weren’t a hammer blow for Trump, his national Press Secretary, Judy Wood, doubled down, “Mike Bloomberg is a New Yorker, and he knows a con when he sees one. Donald Trump doesn’t get to make stuff up and get away with it.”
And who is this Judy Wood? Voters are singing her praises. Imagine a future White House press secretary that speaks the truth? Doesn’t dispense B.S.? Wow! Those two requirements are more than enough for any professional White House reporter to ask for. Starved for the truth from the White House for the last three years, Judy Wood would be welcomed akin to a miracle. Another question is, how would Ms. Wood deal with Kellyanne Conway?
So far, Trump has remained silent. It’s speculated that referring to Trump as a con-man may have been received by Trump as a compliment. However, being outed as obese could have been devastating. Certainly, the oversized swinging jackets and very wide, very long fat red ties should have obscured any signs of obesity, or, at least, so he thought.
Trump refers to Mike Bloomberg as little, and that he'll require a box for the debates. However, at 5 feet 8 inches, Bloomberg is taller than Tom Cruise, Pablo Picasso, Winston Churchill, Al Pacino, Ralph Lauren, and the very same height as Harry S. Truman. So what?
Unlike Trump, Bloomberg can stand on his integrity. He's a respected business leader, pays his bills, and was the mayor who helped to rebuild New York City after 9/11.
Maybe he’s the second coming?
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