Well, he certainly fits in with the Republican hopefuls. What a remarkably uneducated, arrogant fool.
The New York Times’ Gail Collins wrote a piece, “Donald Trump Gets Weirder,” where she mocked The Donald for his bizarre descent into Birtherism. “You are not allowed to be a president if you’re not born in this country. Right now, I have real doubts” he says. Like the rest of us, Gail finds this laughable.
In a potential Republican field that includes Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich, it’s hard to come up with a line of attack loopy enough to stand out from the pack. But darned if Trump didn’t manage to find one . .
Vote for Donald Trump, the man who can make Bill O’Reilly look like the most sensible guy in the room.
Yes, he’s dumb, okay. But to prove he could descend further, little furious Donald wrote the New York Times to rip Gail Collins personally for poking fun. Donald would like you to know: stupid Gail is a no-talent stupidhead.
I like Gail’s pieces, and she’s clearly bright and accomplished. It says here on the Intertron that she was the first woman to serve as Editorial Page Editor at the NYT. She also teaches journalism at Columbia. Can we say Donald is way out of his league? We can: Donald would be foolish to belittle Gail Collins.
But, more obviously, Trump’s too big for anybody’s league, so you get comedy like this. Oh, how I would have loved to hear the bales of laughter in the Times’ meeting as they discussed whether to print this letter.
Donald Trump Responds
Published: April 8, 2011
To the Editor:
Re “Donald Trump Gets Weirder,” by Gail Collins (column, April 2):
Even before Gail Collins was with the New York Times, she has written nasty and derogatory articles about me.
One sentence, that’s all it took. Unless he jumped in a time machine right about the time he found the comma key, he’s laughably dumber than your local sixth graders. They are familiar with both time and verb tenses. In the past, is Donald smarter than this? No, he was/is not. It gets better.
Actually, I have great respect for Ms. Collins in that she has survived so long with so little talent. Her storytelling ability and word usage (coming from me, who has written many bestsellers), is not at a very high level.
His word usage and his storytelling is way higher than Gail’s. Both the Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes is waiting for him back in Syrupskull, Palookaville.
Well, money and fame isn’t everything. But a blunderbuss that shoots backwards are a good start. If only Don hadn’t satted down at his computer box and writs him a essay. Heavens do bets, he.
Incidentally, Obama sucks –
He has not been able to produce a “birth certificate” but merely a totally unsigned “certificate of live birth”-which is totally different and of very little significance.
He has not been able to produce what, again? This: a birth certificate but merely a totally unsigned certificate of live birth. Yes, we know what Donald was trying to say. No, I didn’t order the word salad, I had the cipher nachos. Oh, and if only the certificate had been partially unsigned. That would very merely a totally, or something.
The term used by Ms. Collins-“birther”-is very derogatory and is meant in a derogatory way. Had this been George Bush or almost any other President or Presidential aspirant, they would never have been allowed to attain office, or would have been thrown out of office very quickly.
Damn that Gail Collins! She, using words that mean vaguely specifically what she meant. She incited a Donaldian brain-rage when her intention and her word split, and then both collided with him. “That was no coincidence,” he thought. “She meant it.”
And “George Bush or almost any other President,” if he had done like Obama, no matter how many Presidents he had become, Don swears “they would never have been allowed to attain office.” A couple other Presidents, though, would have been allowed. Because once there’s, like, a billion of them, totally, what was the Secret Service gonna do?
It’s a surprisingly psychedelic work for a U.S. President. You’re thinking “He really wrote this to the New York Times?” He did.