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Donald Trump at CPAC;

Donald  Trump  speaking  at  CPAC  in  D.C.  February 10, 2011   
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Donald Trump's craziness
brought the Democrats and
the Republicans together
by Nathan'ette Burdine: August 7, 2016

Donald Trump’s (the Donald) craziness brought the Democrats and the Republicans together this week.

Ol’ Trump there managed to bridge the gap between the two parties by insulting everyone from a baby to a fallen soldier’s, Humayun Khan, family.

The baby and the fallen soldier’s family broke the cardinal rule which is to not make the Donald look bad.

The baby ran afoul of Trump after he decided he would show up at Trump’s press conference and cry.

Humayun Khan’s parents, Khizr and Ghazala Khan, got on Trump’s bad side after Mr. Khan told Trump about how his son gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect his American brethren on the battlefield.

The baby was kicked out of Trump’s press conference, while the Khan’s had to endure a barrage of Trump’s tweets questioning their Muslim American son’s patriotism.

The Republican’s decided that this was all too much to bear and that it was time for them to openly admit that the Donald is not right in the head.

Sociopath, narcissist, and manic were some of the words Democrats and Republicans used to describe the Donald. For his part, the Donald says he didn’t do anything wrong. He is a counterpuncher.

And the baby threw the first blow when he decided to cry, and the Khans hit him first when they decided to question his patriotism by offering him a copy of the constitution. However, this line of reasoning is no longer working for all Republicans.

In fact, it has led to Republicans like Hewlett Packard President and CEO Meg Whitman, Gov. Chis Christie's (NJ) former aide Maria Comella, and former President George W. Bush's ex-aide Sally Bradshaw deciding that they’re “with her” (Hillary Clinton).

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