Dear Debbie Wasserman Schultz,

July 25, 2016 at 1:50 am (Daily Headaches and Rage Inducers, Politics)

Dear Debbie Wasserman Schultz,

As you rapidly approach the title of Ex-Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, let me just give you a few words of advice for what’s left of your political future – the best, greatest advice you’ll ever get on such matters.

When the politician you’re helping to get elected has a serious problem with appearing trustworthy – regardless of the label being justified or not justified – it’s always best to avoid manipulating the election – and then getting caught – so your candidate’s apparent lack of trustworthiness grows even greater.

I guess what I’m trying to say to you, Crooked Debbie, is this…

Thank you.  Thank you.  A billion times, thank you.

Joyfully yours,


Donald J. Trump




1 Comment

  1. Robert Paulsen said,

    Sometimes I really hate to be right. It doesn’t always feel good to say I told you so. This is one of those times.

    Debbie Haldeman Schultz should have resigned the moment Clinton declared her candidacy for President. As Hillary’s 2008 campaign manager, the conflict of interest was obvious to anyone paying attention.

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