Skip to comments.Confirmed: Trump Is, Indeed, a Very Stable Genius
Posted on 01/15/2018 6:34:29 AM PST by Kaslin
By now, everyone has heard about President Donald Trump's tweet countering accusations made by the Wolff in sheep's clothing, who wrote a book detailing the supposed Shakespearian machinations that Wolff asserts are consuming the Trump White House. In his tweet, President Trump claimed he is, in fact, a "very stable genius."
Throughout the media world, this made journalists' heads explode. Dilbert creator Scott Adams points out the genius of this move by reminding people that liberals will forever mock Trump for it and that it is not a bad thing for Trump to have his name and "genius" associated with each other in perpetuity.
I recently wrote that it was genius when Trump called Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas" at a White House ceremony. Had he merely mentioned her false claim of American Indian ancestry in order to procure a job at Harvard University, the media would have made sure no one heard about it. He set a trap, and in a futile effort to destroy him, the media took the bait.
Trump calling her "Pocahontas" and the media publicizing it made millions of people aware of what Warren had done potential 2020 voters who would have never learned that little embarrassing tidbit from the shady past of the one who persists. (Or is she the one who resists? It's so confusing.)
Donald Trump is a master of controlling the conversation. Every time people think of Warren now, they will think of her lying to get a job, and every time someone mentions Wolff's book, people are now going to associate Donald Trump with "very stable genius."
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Calling Haiti a sh*thole may result in something even bigger. People may discover just what a sh*thole Haiti still is, and actually wonder what happened to all of the money that the Clintons were in charge of to fix it.
I always add, “and he’s, like, really-really smart”.
Scott Adams was calling him a Master Persuader early in the primaries and not as an insult. He was truly in awe at Trump’s ability to always control the conversation, even when he is just listening. I was an early follower of Trump (like the day he announced) and knew the reason why but didn’t have a label to explain it. Adams gave me the terminology I was looking for.
That, and Mordac the Preventer of Information Services are Adams’ two greatest contributions to society. Since I am a Manager of Industrial Automation, I use mentions of Mordac often in my continuing battles with IT to great effect.
“Calling Haiti a sh*thole may result in something even bigger. People may discover just what a sh*thole Haiti still is, and actually wonder what happened to all of the money that the Clintons were in charge of to fix it.”
And that’s why Trump did it. When the DOJ eventually gets around to the Clinton Foundation, they will use Haiti as an example. Imagine all the pictures the Clinton’s will show about how they helped the poor country and 20 years later it hasn’t changed one bit. People will look at it and say, “it’s a s$ithole.”
We have known that all along. That’s why we elected him.
Senators Perdue and Cotton say Trump never said that
If one goes to Harvard business school, a first year, mandatory study course features Trump’s development of a bankrupt skating rink that went from a negative value to prime real estate. Pure genius..
“We have known that all along. Thats why we elected him.”......
Trump is nobody’s fool and knows exactly what he was doing when naming those “shit-holes”. I expect to hear more such things coming down the road and Trump “making hay” on the resulting media uproar. It’s a game to him.
Altogether a bit more than 9 billion $ has been spent so far to “fix” it. However, Port Au Prince, its capitol of over 3,000,000 people still doesn’t have a sanitary sewer system. So, yes Judy, Haiti is, quite literally, a “shit hole” where $9,000,000,000 hasn’t even produced a primitive sanitary sewer system.
Some printed correction explained that he said x-house instead of x-hole. A difference that’s really not a difference.
I LOVE this article!
This is why we adore Trump. To get ahead in the real estate market, he always had to be a few steps ahead of the competition and keep his eye on the long view - a building that went up quickly to give him a profit, and stayed up, so he wouldn’t lose the profit later to lawsuits. I was impressed when he explained why, during the primaries, he had the necessary skills to take on a complex problem like the US government. And he was right. He did. And he does.
And I may remember “Judy in Canada” as not taking the time to assure that Trump did or did NOT make that statement just as so many libs have done.
He is indeed really very smart.
I would be shocked if they haven't stopped that.
Very stable genius has many mounted liberals heads on wall floor covered in pelts dirty Harry nods.
I think that opinion of DJT is more credible than the Left's model for intelligence
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