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Donald Trump's Most Ridiculous Quotes

Donald Trump, the current president of United States is an individual who is loved and loathed in the same measure. 

Trump has the potential to make a good president. He has done some good job though he tends to blame others for things he should correct or are of his doing. And while democrats want to impeach him which is understandable considering certain actions he has undertook on sensitive situations especially in the handling of immigrants, below are nine of his most ridiculous quotes. 

Most of his speeches are controversial and ridiculous as noted below. Not forgetting those he tweets. 

1) You know, it really doesn’t matter what the media write as long as you’ve got a young beautiful, piece of ass. 

2) My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body. 

3) My IQ is one of the highest – and you all know it!  Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure, it’s not your fault. 

4) If I we’re running The View, I’d fire Rosie O’Donnell. I mean, I’d look at her right in that fat, ugly face of hers, I’d say, “Rosie, you are fired.”

5) I think the only difference between me and the other candidates is that I’m more honest and my women are more beautiful.

6) If Hillary Clinton can’t satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America? 

7) Why are we all having all these people shithole countries coming here? 

8)  A person who is very flat chested is very hard to be a 10.

9) Nobody respects women more than me

If only Trump stopped disrespecting people especially women, he would display the required leadership skills. And to stop thinking everyone and everything is against him and that he is superior than anybody else. How he handles both national and international matters can make or break the country’s standing in the international community. 

He is quite an interesting president,  I must admit. 

  • Question of

    Would you Want Donald Trump to be Impeached?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    He is a peculiar person, agree?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    He is a contradictory personality, true?

    • Yes
    • No


What do you think?

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    • I didn’t name call Trump or any other or referred to the congress as racist or xenophobic. My post was directed to Trump (not the congress) majorly due to his xenophobic attitude. I lean heavily on republicans than democrats but Trump’s attitude goes against his office which shouldn’t exhibit such an attitude.
      America is a friend of the world. He shouldn’t drag his opinion as representative of America because not all congress share his sentiment.

      • Calling 3rd world countries as shitholes clearly expresses his disgust and disdain of other nationalities. Saying he is xenophobic isn’t name calling but stating what is true of him by the utterance of his speech.

  1. You forgot, “Make America Great Again!” quote. And a whole lot more of Trump’s economy booming quotes…. Trump’s great first and foremost love for America quotes.

    Oh, well. His re-election 2020 is forthcoming. 🙂

  2. As a French Canadian I am outraged by the stupid words and tweets coming from Trump. He should never have been elected but the red necks wanted a new type of person as a President and now the whole world is going amuck with his sanctions, his illiteracy and his abuse. I do not think that an impeachment will be enough to get rid of him but what else can decent Americans do to get rid of him… Sorry about my harsh words but I do not like Trump, I do not like his boo boo face, I do not like his useless speeches (unless he agrees to read what is written for him to say) etc etc…

    • For all I know about American presidents, I have never heard if any who use abusive words. It is better of him to stick to his written speech. I understand how international community feel about him. Bush was better off than him.

  3. so some of the quotes are not actually trump.

    the reality of crazy is of course wholly audience dependent.

    If trump said we need a free Africa, that would be a questionable thing for a US President to say.
    While We need to work for a free Africa, it would be acceptable.

    • I get you and you are right. My concern is his attitude towards non-western. I understand the issue of making America a better and peaceful place which is the right thong to do.
      How he treats people other nation is what displeases me about him. Calling developing countries shitholes, the manner immigrants are deported, saying he will build a wall but Mexicans will pay for it.
      He can be a good leader but when he stops looking down on people.
      I got the quotes from reputable sources, so it might be they were exaggerated.

    • That is true, ante evading from paying taxes. Announcing how wealthy he is uncalled for. People like Bill Gates don’t go round saying how rich they are.
      He can be a good leader but he is too much of a politician.

      • I mean he only represents himself, only his persona, his interest. Politicians represent a political party, but Donald Trump has created a movement that only serves his interest. His wife is a trophy wife, and he uses his children to have some people of his confidence near. He has dismissed so many people from the Government that it is not the Government of the United States and the Republican party but it is the Government of Donald Trump. I do not live in the US but I can tell you that everybody respects America deeply, with Trump as president America has lost his international reputation.

        • I suppose it was his personal reputation to do with as he wishes. Am I a fan of his behavior, not typically. However, I don’t believe he is the devil.

          So if other countries have lost respect should the aid stop going to other countries and the United States really just take care of themselves. There are many complex questions. A whole lot of contention, and there are no rules about the working background of a President. Perhaps Americans were ready for a change when they elected him.

          I didn’t personally vote for him. Still, he is the President and I totally respect the office.

          I can’t figure out why other countries are totally focused on him.

          • I am not talking about poor countries that receive aid from the United States I am talking about European countries, the notion we are receiving from Donald Trump in Europe is very, very negative. The United States is losing his aura abroad. Europe has always counted on the president of the United States but he is changing the way the USA acts and this is affecting the reputation of the USA here. But I do not live in the USA so perhaps things internally are good. In my opinion, he has been the only person in this world who has stood against China and this is not bad because China was taking advantage of how the world is.

    • Only till the end of the current term. Pence would never win the upcoming election. Something good might come out of the turmoil it would throw the GOP into – maybe even whichever candidate the Democrats eventually settle on, out of their currently weak field, might win. Hey, I live in hope.

    • Why is it that people have to use name-calling to try and make their case? “How about, Mike Pence is a little too religious in my opinion?” instead of name-calling.

      Yes, I know this a big problem for the President as well.

      Can we all learn to be good examples?

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