Thursday, February 4, 2016

Donald Trump's Inappropriate, Profane Speech Is Not Befitting A Political Candidate

Drudge Report headlines captioning Donald Trump's profanity

Presidential candidate Donald Trump has repeatedly engaged in profane language in public settings, which is setting a bad example, especially for children. Trump repeatedly loses his temper and publicly launches into expletive laden tirades. He needs anger management. Buying into the hype that accompanied the lead up to the Iowa caucuses, Trump said, "I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue (New York) and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose votes." However, he was wrong. 

Donald Trump

Trump was bested to the top vote in the Iowa caucus by rival Ted Cruz, who is the better candidate of the two. Trump went on a massive rant after the defeat, accusing Cruz of cheating and engaging in dirty tactics that necessitate them to, "Sue his ass off." Cruz simply pointed out Trump is having another "Trumpertantrum" and would "nuke Denmark" if he were president (sad thing is he probably would blow up places in rage).

Donald Trump

Trump needs to be mindful of what he is saying, as it is sending the wrong message and people are listening. His profane speech, also includes leaving a crass, vulgar message for political pundit and television personality, Carson Tucker, which stated "It's true you have better hair than I do. But I get more pu**y than you do." Hardly presidential speech.

Donald Trump Is Shocking, Vulgar and Right

1/28/2016 - And, my dear fellow Republicans, he's all your fault. About 15 years ago, I said something nasty on CNN about Donald Trump’s hair. I can’t now remember the context, assuming there was one. In any case, Trump saw it and left a message the next day. “It’s true you have better hair than I do,” Trump said matter-of-factly. “But I get more pussy than you do.” Click.