Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for April 28, 2024

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    BE THIS GUY  3 months ago

    His age related decline is the least of his dangers.

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    Alexander the Good Enough  3 months ago

    I just can’t imagine that sleepy, stinky, stupid, senile, and utterly corrupt Donnie “The John” Trump will make it past the Reprobate National Convention, let alone to the actual election.

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    Godfreydaniel  3 months ago

    We should remember that Trump was a career financial criminal, and a serial rapist, BEFORE his syphilis ravaged his tiny little brain. And, oh, yeah, there’s that whole traitor thing, partly before, partly during, and partly after the aforementioned brain damage.

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    epicatt2-  3 months ago

    Today’s strip says it all –if we’re paying even a modicum of attention.

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    snsurone76  3 months ago

    I don’t get the last panel. Who is that talking?

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    eced52  3 months ago

    Yet Trump speaks clearly and finishes all his speeches, and Bidum can’t get through one sentence.

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    admiree2  3 months ago

    ^^It’s another form of dementia when people hear and see things that are not reality and then defend or give their support to those illusions and delusions. It is prevalent in MAGAt world, but as Elias tells us mental health experts will not address it because they know that irrational anger and violence is part of the sickness.

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    rekam Premium Member 3 months ago

    VOTE BLUE! Keep him from returning.

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    lalapalooza Premium Member 3 months ago

    i think everyone is afraid of Putin’s type of invisible assassins.

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    thevideostoreguy  3 months ago

    Congratulations, Trudeau, it’s a whole new low. You’re not only scraping the bottom of the barrel, but you’re breaking the staves and digging.

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    braindead Premium Member 3 months ago

    “We have to achieve herd mentality” Trump’s plan to avoid addressing the million American covid deaths.

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    Argythree  3 months ago

    I have a relative who is an Evangelical, and a passionate believer in Trump as a leader. It doesn’t matter what the rest of us say – whether we point out signs of potential dementia, or worry about his support of Putin, or what. True believers just won’t listen. I think we’re in trouble…

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    montymiff  3 months ago

    Ah. I see you are a Fox or Newsmax viewer, and are the person they aim their campaign strategy at. BTW, you listen to the State of the Union Address? The rest of the world agrees that he kinda knocked it out of the park (including the ad-lib responses to the rude people).

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    robertthomasson  3 months ago

    ‘And when it was all over and the dust had settled, the people realised the unheeded warnings came from the cartoon community.’

    To add to my: ‘And when it was all over and the dust had settled, the people realised democracy had been saved by a porn star who kept the receipts.’

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    Alabama Al  3 months ago

    You don’t get the grand plan: dementia in Trump is one of his more desirable features – for those who plan to be the powers behind the (literal?) throne. It would make Trump all the more malleable. In the first term, these “advisors” and party leaders let him have too much leeway. This is a mistake that won’t be repeated in the Trump second administration.

    Look to see who will be Trump’s vice-presidential running mate. If it’s someone who to a certain extent reminds you of Dick Cheney during the Bush 44 administration, …

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    stuart_olson  3 months ago

    Trudeau has always been a lefty; it’s because Trump is a Republican.

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    shanen0  3 months ago

    America is sicker than the orange puppet. How can presidential elections between such vastly different candidates keep coming out so close?

    Actually most of that is the money, but the money wouldn’t work if the elections weren’t broken. Does it matter if the primary blame is with the voters or the rich “investors” who are bribing the politicians?

    My bigger take is that about 30% of the people hate freedom. Another chunk, probably the majority of them, doesn’t care much, but they don’t want to work too hard at being free. The last group does want freedom, but they belong in two camps. One group thinks freedom is zero-sum and are determined to actively take away other people’s freedoms to increase their own. The second group thinks it’s a win-win thing, and more freedom for everyone gives them more freedom, too. (I think I’m in that last group, but the evidence seems to show we are losing out…)

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    gnome  3 months ago

    …Trump has only the best words…better, more beautiful words…amazing words, like nobody’s ever seen before…people are amazed at his beautiful words…Men, big burly men, with tears in their eye, go up to him and say: Sir , you have the biglyist words…how do you do it ? … it’s true…people are doing that… he surrounds him self with only the biglyist words…WITCH HUNT….

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    Pointspread  3 months ago

    I’m enjoying this comic over a cup of cofeve.

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    prairiedogdance Premium Member 3 months ago

    And let’s also look at other symptoms like paranoia (“invading” migrants, conspiracies everywhere) belligerence and lashing out (self-evident), sleepiness (falling asleep at his own trial), delusions (that one is too many to list) repetition and fixations on past events and wrongs (he really lost. We have records and everything), and the list goes on.

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    Dangerguy  3 months ago

    I keep hearing about people who voted for Bush, then Obama, then Trump, then Biden. It seems that it would take a serious lack of any conceptual frame of reference to do that.

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    eclairewl Premium Member 3 months ago

    Worth reading: Raw Story, March 7th, Recent Trump Speeches Suggest Underlying Brain Damage.

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    Vernon Cash  3 months ago

    Both are bad choices

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    ajr58(1)  3 months ago

    Vote ByeDon.

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    Durak Premium Member 3 months ago

    I hope that one day Elias takes a look at the national epidemic of mental illness the American people are suffering together.

    American culture is mentally ill. We are suffering massive PTSD. As a nation we make poor decisions. We are both childish and immature. We allow ourselves to be led by the unfit, the unqualified and the unstable.

    It used to be that Patriotism was enough to unite us. Now that has been subverted into a twisted lie tying us to immoral, selfish monsters.

    It used to be that religion was a connection we shared. We didn’t all worship the same way, but we shared a common spirituality. Now a force of Evangelical supremacy is growing, threatening to tear us apart.

    Republicans and Democrats used to share the belief that the important thing was to “get things done”. Now all they want to do is “win”.

    The American Dream of family, home and career is being destroyed. There is no stability that we can build upon. Our hopes and dreams consist of making it to the end of the month. We don’t invest in the future. We spend to satisfy ourselves now.

    We are no longer people. We are merely a commodity to make the rich and wealthy richer and more wealthy.

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    Adolf Trump  3 months ago

    trolls who won’t make the effort to get an avatar, really burn my tail feathers.

    Please respond to all trolls! They’re lonely and starving for attention! They don’t have a friend in the world. Sad.

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    GaryCooper  3 months ago

    Several people close to me have had dementi, and it could not be any more clear that Trump has dementia. In Trump’s case, it’s partly masked by the fact that he has always been so weird and uncouth. But he’s rapidly declining.

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    Q4horse  3 months ago

    Both Trump and Biden are suffering from age related cognitive decline. We need better choices, but won’t get them.

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    Squoop  3 months ago

    Oh and by the way he’s also a psychopath, or at minimum has a textbook case of malignant narcissism aka NPD according to about a zillion psychologists.

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    miamidude  3 months ago

    So an evaluation of dementia from a character that does not exist. Trudeau, you are so desperate you will try anything, so pathetic of you! Keep trying to polish that t*** presently in the White House, errand boy!

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  3 months ago

    Trump’s supporters don’t care. He could vomit on them and they’d rejoice. Their sole concern is getting him in power so that he can make the people they hate suffer and die. And that’s us, folks.


    Vote while you still can!

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    shackleford Premium Member 3 months ago

    Ron Filipkowski prepared a montage of 32 clips from Trump’s speeches on 3/2/2024, and posted it to X. It includes the “Dee, BOOM! This is me! I here! Bing!” In context, one can see he’s drawing a graph with his finger and it kind of makes sense.

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    aaron1616161  3 months ago

    When it comes to my election candidates, I concentrate on what they say, not how they say it.

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    bunrabbit99  3 months ago

    i work with seniors in their homes. a couple who are very religious, old-style lutherans are big dump fans who tune in to fox news for hours, alternating with religious programs. last week, she watched a minister give a 30 minute sermon on adultery after watching fox cover dump’s NY trial – i guarantee you she did not see the irony.

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    Linguist  3 months ago

    Trump has always had a paranoia about cognitive dementia. His father, Fred, suffered from it.

    DJT’s increasing dementia is only exacerbated by all his other mental health problems.

    Regarding Biden’s speech. Most people don’t realize that Biden was a severe stutterer and worked hard to control his speech impediment. Most of his so-called “gaffs” are related to this impairment, not to any mental devolvement.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 3 months ago

    “The 2024 election is in full swing and, yes, age is an issue. I’m a grown man running against a 6-year-old.” – Joe Biden

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    Nighthawks Premium Member 3 months ago

    all this. and yet………….

    hanging my head in shame that this thing still has a chance to be the President of the United States. that there is an alarmingly large group of people who see nothing wrong with the end of our democracy.

    and when it is lost, we are left with those who supported him , saying I didn’t think it would come to THIS!

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    ladykat  3 months ago

    I’d have Trump committed to the nearest asylum!

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    exitseven  3 months ago

    “Four More Years… pause”

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    William Robbins Premium Member 3 months ago

    Gramps doesn’t have Rupert Murdoch presenting everything he says through video edits designed to disguise the decline.

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    bt  3 months ago

    Dementia strikes without regard to good or evil, knowledge or ignorance. Anyone who has watched a loved one’s slow decline from this physically painless but emotionally devastating illness will recognize these symptoms. And no, Biden is NOT doing the same thing.

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    mfrasca  3 months ago

    AND—as an added bonus—Trump ticks off every DSM 5 box for the diagnosis of Narcissistic and Antisocial Personality Disorders!

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    1953Baby  3 months ago

    Dementia!?! Does the guy have ONE, JUST one, POSITIVE human characteristic? He’s amoral, narcissistic, psychotic, neurotic, vengeful, arrogant. . .please, add your own adjective. . .

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    Debra.night  3 months ago

    Some cult member named “eced52” seems to actually believe “Trump speaks clearly and finishes all his speeches”. This lost soul actually wrote that for the public to see! The only thing clear about Trump speeches is that our democracy is in danger and people like “eced52” are in a cult that is bent on making Russia great again. I wish traitors like “eced52” were disallowed from being anonymous on social media.

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    phileaux  3 months ago

    The debates will be hilarious

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    alexius23  3 months ago

    When the English captured New Netherlands (New York) they were displeased with all the Dutch speakers) When the Germans began arriving in large numbers, after the failure of the 1848 Revolutions, there were many English speakers who were less than enthused. The Germans kept speaking German. They formed German Churches, published German newspapers, drank that nasty German drink ~beer.My point being is that many immigrants faced hostility & distain from the English speaking mainstream.

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    gldoutt Premium Member 3 months ago

    This is finally the last straw. I am sick of Trudeau and his left wing stupidity. As of today, I will not be following Doonesbury any longer.

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    Godfreydaniel  3 months ago

    Traitor Trump is incapable of caring about anyone or anything other than himself. He wouldn’t care if all the people who voted for him died the next day, if he were elected. How can people not understand this?

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    ChristopherBurns  3 months ago

    We know. It’s like watching a horror movie (or that Geico commercial) where characters make stupid choices. You’re yelling at the screen – DON’T GO IN THE BASEMENT!

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    Wizard of Ahz-no relation  3 months ago

    how much kaffeffe were you drinking when you said tha?

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    sueb1863  3 months ago

    It’s an act. Trump does it to wind people up and get them talking about something other than what he’s saying, to hide the fact that he doesn’t have any actual policy ideas or real political beliefs. And it works like a charm.

    Notice that in sit down and radio interviews, he NEVER has any problem.

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    Free or Not? Premium Member 3 months ago

    Nice Effort to distract from Dementia Joe. But no one is buying it.

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    kenmareinc  3 months ago

    eced52: if you can understand trump as he rambles, me thinks you have a problem too!

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    David_J Premium Member 3 months ago

    THIS is why I’ve been reading Trudeau since Jr High, mid 1970s and kept those original pulps.

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    dsalkovi  3 months ago

    That is truly one of the most ignorant comments ever posted on gocomics.

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    Cartoondog  3 months ago

    Biden finishes sentences better than you! You should’ve put “oh wait I’m a dork” at the end of yours. Watch the state of the union speech. He handled himself very well, even when disrespectful people (like you, I get you don’t like him but he is our president) yelled at him from the crowd. Find me a speech, (or more accurately rant) from Donald Trump that does not involve whining about how unfair it is he got caught in his crimes, and maybe I’ll think about listening to you.

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    Local 574 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Trudeau’s gonna need his shrink, to help him recover from Trump-derangement Syndrome, at least during this phony election. However, whoever gets the top spot will go down in infamy, in his desperate attempt to save class society. Build the unions if you care about the world.

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    Hamady Sack Premium Member 3 months ago

    The Boston Globe was too afraid to publish this today.

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    mindjob  3 months ago

    At least he doesn’t talk to dead foreign leaders, shake hands with ghosts, trip and stumble at every opportunity and invent new vocabulary words at every press conference, so I’ll give him that.

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    RonaldByrd  3 months ago

    [glances at thread that already has 84 replies]

    Well, there’s no way I’m opening THAT. I have a very low tolerance for bile (from any side). And since I can’t open any of the other threads without opening that one and exposing myself to the aforementioned bile, I guess I’m done here for today. Drive safely, everybody.

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    dlauber Premium Member 3 months ago

    Just like their master, Trump supporters consistently project Trump’s difficiencies and misdeeds upon Trump’s opponents. It’s classic behavior of very twisted minds. But facts never get in their way.

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    Sun  3 months ago

    Incompetent Joe Biden will suddenly decide not to debate Donald Trump. Joe Biden will decide to hide out somewhere in a basement to avoid the debates. Vote Republican 2024.

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    Conservative Man  3 months ago

    As usual Doonsbury is full of it

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    Rocky Premium Member 3 months ago

    Trump can at least string a few coherent sentences together. That is lightyears beyond Biden..

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    robinafox  3 months ago

    I remember once reading a science-fiction story in which the electoral choice was between an exactly average mediocrity and a certifiable freak, setting the stage for a terminal decline. Eventually Newfoundland dogs took over. If anyone recognizes the story, please let me know.

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    dpatrickryan Premium Member 3 months ago

    Surely you’re not trying logic on MAGA morons? It literally doesn’t matter at this point: they’ve already established he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue, but now he could drool on himself and obviously soil himself and they’d refuse to see it.

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    walter Premium Member 3 months ago

    So now do Biden. Show how unqualified both these two steaming piles of “field frisbees” are to hold any executive office.

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    RonaldByrd  3 months ago


    In fact, now that I think about it, not only would I be unable to read responses to other posts, I won’t be able to read responses to my own earlier post, either. I won’t even be able to read responses to THIS post. So be it.

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    gnome  3 months ago

    …if you have never read the constitution… and just want your prejudges validated…congratulations, MAGA has a place just for you…and your money…Hahaha….stupid is, as stupid votes…

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    Heaven help Trump if he picks Kristi Noem as V.P. and she decides he is “less than worthless”.

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    drvidmar Premium Member 3 months ago

    Garry Trudeau – The voice of truth since 1970 (or so).

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    sincavage05  3 months ago

    Trudeau hasn’t lost his direction. It was arcs like this that led me to read him in the 70’s. I havent always agreed, but have always appreciated his perspective. Far out.

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    montessoriteacher  3 months ago

    Trudeau has definitely hit the nail on the head with this one. It’s truly frightening that people still defend trump. Trump’s election of 2016 was the biggest tragedy of our time.

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    " Kat" Premium Member 3 months ago

    In all of my years, 94 of ‘em, never have I encountered such a personal fire eating violent hatred such as herein displayed by Mr. Trudeau. That such cruel and bitter (vitriolic) criticism (near suicidal) can generate itself within the heart and mind of any human being is cause for concern if contagious enough to affect an entire cabal with … a bad intention. I have personally looked upon Mr. Trudeau’s endeavors as pure, genius. Maybe the time has come to reevaluate my opinion.

    I really do not give a damm whether or not I live much longer. I have had my “run”. However, I firmly believe with all of MY heart that I will bask in the reversing of a corrupt and dangerous cabal currently leading my USA.

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  3 months ago

    Make him president; and give him a big shiny red button to push.

    (Just don’t connect it anything because prisoners aren’t allowed to carry weapons.)

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    Curiosity Premium Member 3 months ago

    OKay folks, quit feeding the troll by responding to the obvious baiting by eced52.

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    rfleisch1  3 months ago

    Trump speaks clearly? Only if you think word salad is clear. And his vocabulary is that of a fourth grader. He doesn’t know more than 4 adjectives and adverbs!

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    eddi-TBH  3 months ago

    He’s just speaking in tongues. No need to be concerned.

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 3 months ago

    Sadly, 100% true. :-(

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    Chris Sherlock  3 months ago

    I didn’t vote for T***p in 2016, and I certainly won’t in 2024!

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    Seed_drill  3 months ago

    If Trump is elected we won’t be part of the free world.

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    Fuzzy Kombu  3 months ago

    I, for one, delight in freestyling off the stems of words — when done with wit, but not when done witlessly. There is indeed a difference between playing with language and losing it.

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    DorothyGlenn Premium Member 3 months ago

    Yep, name switching!

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    librarylady59  3 months ago

    “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 37 Psychiatrists and Mental Experts Assess a President”, edited by Bandy Lee (2019 edition)

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    Avacadostab  3 months ago

    Eced, apparently you also need to be tested for dementia!

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    Semolina Pilchard  2 months ago

    Seems like Trudeau knows of what he speaks, suffering from the same disease – saying “Trump” when he means “Biden” (“Egypt”/“Mexico”, “Macron”/“Mitterand”, “Kohl”/“Merkel”…).

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    ckeller  2 months ago

    Glad you focused on Trump. I suppose it’s not at all notable when Biden refers to the President of Egypt as being of Mexico, or numerous similar gaffes? I have no major love for Trump, but this isn’t the fight you want to pick.

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    mrwiskers  about 2 months ago

    To me, it’s similar to finding the recipe that hits the umami mark. Starting with the desired outcome, select the freshest ingredients, combined in the right proportions and baked, fried or cured to as near as possible to produce the desired outcome. It is a harder process and luckily we have a few good chefs to help out. I like the League of Women Voters each election.

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