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Trump Contradicts Past Denials;

Admits Sending Giuliani To Ukraine

February 14, 2020


"Emboldened, after his impeachment acquittal, Donald Trump now openly admits to sending his attorney Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine to find damaging information about his political opponents, even though he strongly denied it during the impeachment inquiry."




It's time someone makes a decision, for him.....he's either TOTALLY CORRUPT....or, he's "losin' it".

(It probably shouldn't be his kid$.) 






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Like Father, Like Son;

The Troubling Problem Of Dementia In Trumps White House

April 8, 2019


"For many years prior to his death in 1999, Fred Trump, Donald Trump’s father, suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. Even though he suffered from this deadly form of dementia, Fred Trump clung to his position as chairman of the board of Trump Management until he died at the age of 93, according to his obituary in the New York Times. While people who have a family history of dementia are at increased risk, the biggest risk factor for dementia is age. Trump, who will be 73 years old on June 14, 2019, was the oldest person ever elected as President to a first term. The second oldest was Ronald Reagan, who was diminished by Alzheimer’s disease while he served as President. According to a study published in the journal Neuroepidemiology, about one in seven Americans over age seventy has dementia. Just as he followed his father’s footsteps into the real estate business, Trump also is following his father into the inescapable labyrinth of dementia. Just as his father would not let go of his position at the top of Trump Management even when he was dying from dementia, Trump will never stop clinging to his position as President of the United States no matter how mentally debilitated he is."


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April 9, 2019


"Trump, 72, seemed to hit a new inflection point last week when he said, “My father is German. Right? Was German. And born in a very wonderful place in Germany.” In fact, his father was born in the Bronx and it was his grandfather who was from Germany.


Dementia Care International says a "person may start to mix up relationships and generations” in the second stage of dementia."


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