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Home Depot's Bernie Marcus' Pointless Trumpian Rant…

Saturday, October 29, 2016 10:47
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Trump is big on repeating hyperbolic words and terms like “believe me,” “great again,” “really bad,” “liar,” “it's going to be huge,” “tremendous,” “…has zero credibility,” “out of control,” “there's something going on,” “he doesn't get it,” and on and on.
Here's an example of the same words mixed up and repeated:

I have many women at high positions. Iyou know I've gotten a lot of credit for that,I mean I have so many women working for meand so many women in high positions working for meand I've gotten great credit for it.

According to the Washington Post, Trump has…:

…a habit of punctuating each argument with short, declarative sentences. And then he often repeats them.

The Trumpian Age of Pointless Ranting: I'm beginning to think the wealthy have their own Trumpian language, that assumes us little people are too dumb to understand.

Like Home Depot Co-Founder Bernie Marcus, whose Trumpian rant against Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren did nothing to explain why “she doesn't have a clue,” and that “they don't know what the hell they're talking about, it's as simple as that.”  





A former liberal radio talk host who likes to ask the “follow-up question” at Democurmudgeon.blogspot.com

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