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Mon Jul 23, 2018, 11:26 AM

" The man doth protest too much, methinks"



This was written a very long time ago. Written by William Shakespeare from Hamlet..
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"The lady doth protest too much, methinks" is a line from the c. 1600 play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, where it is spoken by Queen Gertrude in response to the insincere overacting of a character in the play within a play created by Prince Hamlet to prove his uncle's guilt in the murder of his father, the King of Denmark.[1][2]

The phrase is used in everyday speech to indicate doubt in someone's sincerity.
from Wikipedia at this link:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_lady_doth_protest_too_much,_methinks
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...Over and over Trump claims "no collusion" in tweets, press conferences, etc. Day after day. Yet that kind of protest indicates "doubt in someone's sincerity" That is from Wikipedia. Hamlet was written about 400 years ago, but it really does describes Trump in the year 2018. Yes, Trump lacks "sincerity"

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