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One of the iconic photos in boxing history has been used as the template for Hillary's devastating knockout of Donald Trump after the third debate. The fight is over.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/new-yorker-cartoon-clinton-knockout-trump_us_58091029e4b02444efa24cff?section=

 

 

On Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went head to head for a third and final debate prior to the Nov. 8 presidential election.

If the Democratic nominee was Muhammad Ali, her Republican opponent was Sonny Liston.

The result: a legendary knockout for Clinton.

The outcome was depicted in a cartoon The New Yorker published Thursday morning. In it, artist Benjamin Schwartz recreates the iconic photo taken during the May 25, 1965, heavyweight boxing title rematch between Liston and Ali, who in 1964 changed his name from Cassius Clay.

Instead of Ali, it is Clinton who towers over her opponent, an angry, taunting look across her face. Trump lies on his back, defeated.

The cartoon has no caption ― no words are needed.

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Watching him go down in the worst way tickles my heart. He had this coming and we can look forward to the Orange Baboons temper tantrum after the election (should be entertaining). More people are looking forward to his meltdown after the election than Hillarys acceptance speech.

But all in all it will be over soon enough and we can get back to having an intelligent person who will led this country in the Whitehouse.

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Watching him go down in the worst way tickles my heart. He had this coming and we can look forward to the Orange Baboons temper tantrum after the election (should be entertaining). More people are looking forward to his meltdown after the election than Hillarys acceptance speech.

But all in all it will be over soon enough and we can get back to having an intelligent person who will led this country in the Whitehouse.

Trump doesn't have a road map to the high road.

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Hitlery Rotten Clinton's Base:

 

- Poor

- College Indoctrinated

- Black

- Women

 

They may answer the phone, but...

 

- n!ggers won't go out because they are on drugs.

- Women will get lost on the way.

- Poor don't care.

- College Indoctrinated will be too busy on-line gaming in their two mommies' basement.

 

They won't vote.

 

See ya at the Polls in November.

 

Ha!

 

 

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The White House she's headed for...

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I don't think they are.

 

I think he won 2 and 3 but lost number 1.

He might have stood a chance if he had answered the questions instead of deflecting, and shifting blame with lies for his own actions.

 

Trump is interesting the analyze. If you watch Trump, and treat it as him being in a corporate board room, you see how it works for him. Yet in a debate before the American people it doesn't. Notice that? I think it is his hand language and an adolescent approach to attacking his opponent is also killing him. Couple that with all his negative garbage and voters throw him out the door.

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14695353_1359868380705103_16409057893956

 

 

58092c401a000071285bacff.jpeg

 

 

One of the iconic photos in boxing history has been used as the template for Hillary's devastating knockout of Donald Trump after the third debate. The fight is over.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/new-yorker-cartoon-clinton-knockout-trump_us_58091029e4b02444efa24cff?section=

 

 

On Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went head to head for a third and final debate prior to the Nov. 8 presidential election.

If the Democratic nominee was Muhammad Ali, her Republican opponent was Sonny Liston.

The result: a legendary knockout for Clinton.

The outcome was depicted in a cartoon The New Yorker published Thursday morning. In it, artist Benjamin Schwartz recreates the iconic photo taken during the May 25, 1965, heavyweight boxing title rematch between Liston and Ali, who in 1964 changed his name from Cassius Clay.

Instead of Ali, it is Clinton who towers over her opponent, an angry, taunting look across her face. Trump lies on his back, defeated.

The cartoon has no caption ― no words are needed.

 

One of the huge reasons Hillery lost (my opinion) was the change over to the deeper voice when talking about war and becoming (the man). Hillery will never be a man she is a woman OK, and as far as gaining some kind of benefit for the American people with all the war-humanitarian effort, there will be no benefit other than the negative effects of refugee invasion.

 

Hillery, deep voice, war this and that, Trump, whats wrong with getting along with Russia?

 

Then media sounds of silence.

 

So whats wrong with getting along with Russia?

 

If you are getting along with Russia you are not mad max suicidal or just silly bought and paid media propaganda etc.

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The official polls of course say he lost all three..but your biased opinion is what matters.

Yeah, but that's the thing. It isn't that fool has a delusional "opinion" about what actually happened.

 

He knows perfectly well what a clown Trump made of himself. Fool is just lying, because he is an obediently groveling con whore who would never dream of disobeying his pimps.

 

It's what gives his life meaning.

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Actually yes....yes it is.

 

It will be the opinion of the citizens that will matter not the polls.

 

 

You DO KNOW that polls are made up of the citizens opinions don't you. Lol. Reasonable people saw the know nothing bully get trounced by the smartest person on the stage.

The DEPLORABLES would think he won if he vomited on stage.

I'm sure SNL will make mincemeat of the Douche again this Saturday.

So he gets trounced by Hillary and then again by Alec Baldwin.

A win- win.

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banned word!

 

They are made of a sampling. Sometimes one side is over sampled as we have seen the truth of many times in this race.

Yes everyone is against you..all the polls, most of the media. In reality Donald Trump is a class guy who respects women and has a great temperament to be president.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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14695353_1359868380705103_16409057893956

 

 

58092c401a000071285bacff.jpeg

 

 

One of the iconic photos in boxing history has been used as the template for Hillary's devastating knockout of Donald Trump after the third debate. The fight is over.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/new-yorker-cartoon-clinton-knockout-trump_us_58091029e4b02444efa24cff?section=

 

 

On Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump went head to head for a third and final debate prior to the Nov. 8 presidential election.

If the Democratic nominee was Muhammad Ali, her Republican opponent was Sonny Liston.

The result: a legendary knockout for Clinton.

The outcome was depicted in a cartoon The New Yorker published Thursday morning. In it, artist Benjamin Schwartz recreates the iconic photo taken during the

rematch between Liston and Ali, who in 1964 changed his name from Cassius Clay.

Instead of Ali, it is Clinton who towers over her opponent, an angry, taunting look across her face. Trump lies on his back, defeated.

The cartoon has no caption ― no words are needed.

Bump because this is so awesome.

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