If that bar was laying flat on the ground Trump would still trip over it.
As Fortune Magazine says, he’d be a whole lot richer today if he’d just kept his tiny little hands off the money he inherited and invested in index funds. The myth of Trump the great businessman is just that—a myth. Even disregarding his bankruptcies, he’s just as much a buffoon in the real estate world as he is in the political one.http://fortune.com/2015/08/20/donald-trump-index-funds/
Glad you’re back Shannon.
This cartoon is exactly where I am. This whole idea of a wife (Hillary) or son (W) waltzing into the White House because it’s their turn is repugnant. But this time the alternative is Trump. And that’s worse than repugnant.
And the owners are different how?
Comics have commented on the politics of the day since at least the 17th century—and probably, judging from the graffiti found in Pompeii, for thousands of years. It’s a little late to separate them now.
Me? Okay, I’m below, but what’d I do?
My watch stopped.