Trump calls Dem Candidates: “Worst Bunch Of Losers Since Nuremberg Trials”

Written by Dr. Billingsgate

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

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BILLINGSGATE POST: Pocahontas, Spartacus, Willie Brown’s Ho, Kirsten Giveaway; the list goes on. Asked if he was afraid of any of them in 2020, Trump responded: “Stupid Question. Worst bunch of losers since Nuremberg trials.”

Asked by intrepid BUZZNUTT reporter, Detrick “Dirty Trick” Detwiler to elaborate, President Trump smirked before he answered.

“Pocahontas is a joke. There is an old Indian saying: ‘Don’t judge a squaw until you have walked in her moccasins for two moons.’ Times up. She’s a fake.”

BUZZNUTT: “What do you have against Spartacus?”

“He’s had his moments. But he ain’t Kirk Douglas. He did a great job running Newark into the ground. Great resume for a President. Hear he has a girlfriend. I had my doubts about him.”

BUZZNUTT: “I understand that you have mixed feelings about Kamala Harris.”

“Hasn’t been the same since she shoveled Willie Brown’s ashes. Understand he dumped her for his wife. Feel sorry for her. Has no chance against me.”

BUZZNUTT: “How about Kirsten Gillibrand.”

“You mean Kirsten Giveaway? Worst of the wurst. Fat little Commie-Pinko with ramshackle ovaries and clapboard breasts. Wants to rob the rich to give to the poor. Hear she and Friar Tuck have something going. She has two chances; Slim and None. And I ain’t talking about Slim Everdingle.”

BUZZNUTT: “Hope your State of Union Speech goes well. Understand the Over/Under on Bugseye Pelosi clapping during your speech is 0.”

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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