Barron Trump’s Private School Remaining Closed As Prez Pushes For Reopening | Talking Points Memo

Barron is institutionalized just like Donald was. He doesn’t know anything about real life.

He’s been totally insulated from everything.

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I have a list . . .

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Doesn’t seem to have stopped his other demon spawn.

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" high-water slacks!"

LOL! I was just thinking of that, since that was the term for them back in the day. Melania is so fashionably lame.

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She dresses like what she is—a former sex worker who hit paydirt by marrying a rich john.

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I guess all of Donald’s wives had dreams about having sex with demons, since I know sure as hell if it were me I wouldn’t want to have dreams about having sex with Donald Freaking Trump!

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If she worked behind a desk, I’ll bet she kept a pair of flats under her chair.

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Melania sue! Just like when called escort, dahlink! Now get on knees and kiss Melania’s Jimmy Choo pumps!

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You can hope. When he is 18, then he is fair game across the board. Until then, his parenting would be the problem. Consider that the first family kids were far more visible and involved with daddy, the second family and third family kids are almost isolated. That may make a difference alone.

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Of plastic surgeons?

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Of people who need to be killed . :face_with_raised_eyebrow::face_with_raised_eyebrow::face_with_raised_eyebrow::face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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Yes, wait until he turns 18, just like Great Republican Maverick Zombie John McCain did when picking on Chelsea Clinton, who is 10 times the person his pole-dancer daughter Meghan is:

“Why is Chelsea Clinton so ugly? Because her father is Janet Reno.”
– Senator John McCain, speaking to a Republican dinner, June 1998.

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Totally different list. :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:

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And it was not right when it is done period.

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Don’t forget the reporting that she wouldn’t move from NYC to DC until they had renegoiated her prenup to give Barron his “rightful place” in the family’s future endeavors.

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I guess this means Melania will have to homeschool him, huh? With that Einstein visa she should be a shoo-in for the job. Seriously though, unlike most kids, their kid can get the best tutors if they want them. The rest of America, not so much. So much time has been wasted already that this delay in school is just another example of tRump’s incompetance to plan ahead and help the states prepare for dealing with the virus at all levels.

When someone explains to me how kids can travel safely on school buses and mass transit, I’ll start paying more attention to how they plan to reopen especially in the city I’m living in.

When my kid was in high school, he took a city bus, than had to transfer to another city bus to get home. The exposure to the virus in that type of situation cannot be controlled as things stand right now unless you have covid marshals like you have sky marshals on airplanes or so it would seem.

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OK, maybe I wouldn’t kill, but would certainly consider going into debt.

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I’ve looked at plastic surgeons around here - and there is no lack in the Dallas area. A lot of them will help you with low interest rate loans for work you want done.

I was thinking hard about making an appointment with a guy in Plano who does a midface procedure that isn’t as intense as a full facelift. His website talks about financing and so did two others I looked at.

That’s all on hold indefinitely now.

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Well I did my research and found a great, young and forward looking surgeon. When I had the first hip done, surface hip replacements weren’t approved yet so I signed up for a study. And I’m happy I did. I’ve gone beyond what is the predicted wear life of traditional hip replacements, and the naysayers didn’t believe that could ever be the case back when I made my decision. My surgeon now tells me I may go to my grave with these hips, needing no revisions.

I don’t say everybody should do their hips this way, and with the metal wear there are new risks nobody anticipated. But I’ve been lucky there, and I really am happy I took the risk I did take back when.

ETA: You need a strong stomach, @tena. I had an eye job a couple of years ago and I have to say I’m not sure I could do another one. I had no pain, and no complications to speak of, but the bruising was hideous and it lasted for two months and more. In truth, I bruise easily, and that played out massively in this case. I had bruising from the blood pooling way down into my cheeks. I looked like a victim of domestic abuse. And every time I looked in the mirror, all I could think was I did this to myself.

On the bright side, I have a friend who’s a total trooper and has been having work done since she was in her forties. She just had her arms done, and more power to her. She had oozing and pain and bruising but she never looks back. And she looks terrific, by the way. She’s had very good work done.

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That is just so cool. I’ve had other friends who didn’t have that kind of experience. That makes me really happy.

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