“President-elect Donald Trump dismissed his rivals as clowns – but he still hasn`t figured out proper grammar.
In yet another series of typo-filled tweets Thursday, Trump blasted the Affordable Care Act and the Democrats` promise to salvage the healthcare plan, which the Republican businessman has vowed to repeal. He also bullied soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer with name-calling taunts.
`The Democrats, lead by head clown Chuck Schumer, know how bad ObamaCare is and what a mess they are in,` he tweeted early Thursday, likely meaning to write `led` instead of `lead.`”
New York Daily News
This is a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black. (For my politically-correct readers, let me stress that I don`t mean to imply that there`s anything wrong with being black.)
Senator Schumer and President-elect Trump are known more for their vanity about their physical appearance, than they are for their policy positions.
Schumer`s hairline is hair-plugged to perfection, and his countenance is relatively wrinkle-free thanks to Botox, and Donald Trump`s uses two cans of hair spray to keep his comb over in place, and his face is orange thanks to spray-on tan.
Trump and Schumer are addicted to the spotlight, they start experiencing withdrawal symptoms when they are away from the cameras for more than a few minutes.
Only a clown would repeal Obamacare without replacing it, and only a clown would defend Obama`s disastrous health care plan.
Schumer may not be as grammar-challenged as Trump, but a clown is a clown is a clown.
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