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This is exactly what US Trump supporters want to pass on to their children… less opportunity:


$TRUMP$: Pound going down helps business at my golf course

Donald Trump says if the British pound tumbles in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, it could benefit him financially.

"Look, if the pound goes down, they're going to do more business. When the pound goes down, more people are coming to Turnberry," Trump said Friday, speaking at a press conference celebrating the reopening of his golf resort in Scotland.


Sanders on voting for Trump: 'Oh god, please'

Bernie Sanders on Friday emphatically rejected the idea of voting for Donald Trump for president.

“Oh god, please,”
he said on CNN’s “New Day” when asked about the possibility.
He vowed to “do everything I can to make sure Donald Trump is defeated.”


Papers Please...


Scotland: Trump interrupted by comedian with swastika golf balls


While he was speaking at the ninth hole of his golf course, the billionaire was interrupted by British comedian/prankster Lee Nelson, who held up several swastika-emblazoned golf balls and tried to hand them out to the crowd.

Nelson, real name Simon Brodkin, hit the headlines last year when he showered former Fifa president Sepp Blatter with fake money.

Trump shouted 'Get him out of here!' before security personnel led him away, while Nelson grinned to camera, saying the balls were 'available in the clubhouse as part of a new Trump Turnberry range'.

Nelson, who was wearing a Trump Turnberry sweater, added: 'Sorry Mr Trump. I forgot to hand them out!'

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Fox news...does not know the difference between EU and UN


Bagley Cartoon: Home Grown Terrorists




"If we can't rule the world, we want no part of it."

Brexit is what happens when White Westerners can't face consequences
of imperalism and colonialization in a globalized, connected world



NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—In what some are calling a sign of its desperation to raise cash, the Presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump is auctioning off New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on the popular e-commerce site eBay, campaign officials have confirmed.

Christie, who is described on the site as being in lightly used but good condition, is believed to be the first sitting governor ever to be auctioned on the Internet.

According to the description of Christie on eBay, the governor can perform a full range of escort duties and has “extensive experience in chauffeuring, door-opening, umbrella-holding, reflexive clapping, and soothing end-of-the-day foot massages.”

Speaking at Trump Tower, in Manhattan, the presumptive Republican nominee said that he was still considering financing his general-election campaign himself, but he added, “First I wanted to see what I could get for Chris.”

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