Trump asked to take advice from CNN---are you for real? You bozos just don't get it. Mainstream media has been rumbled by Trump. They've been exposed as biased and morally bankrupt.The condition is terminal. Trump is playing their demise for laughs.He's getting loads
The MSM's upside is going to be their downside. On the one hand, they've this extraordinary power, hours and hours of airtime at their leisure, whereas pols only get a look-in when they decide.
On the downside, how to fill in those hours and hours when you're morally bankrupt without your faces falling apart - on air.
At first ,thought it might be some sort of colloquialism , but think he's talking about the homeless or impoverished.
Completely bizarre imagery to draw upon, as poster above showed very much in the fevered 'naked lunch' mould of consciousness streaming.
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The William Borroughs cut-up technique--with a hint of Ginsberg ..
I have seen the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked, dragging themselves through the negro streets....etc
Trump's press conferences will become "happenings".....'Howl' edited down for the Twitter generation
To recap: the orthodox journalist smuggled a threat into the preface to his question: So far we've exonerated you of the charge of anti-semitism, on the basis of this and that, but in the context of that charge going forward, could you tell us ...
Trump with his lightening reflexes recognised the veiled threat-insult and masterfully dumped the question where it belonged.
Cue: fake media (who also of course edit his reply).
Cue: pygmie p.ie brains still desperately searching for signs of dementia, retardation ...
Trump didn't dump the question - he ignored it.
As many have said, all Trump had to say was something about stamping out antisemitism, but instead he defended himself against a charge that hadn't been made, and that you have invented.
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