Discussion: 'Better Off In Argentina': Trump Makes Last-Minute Endorsement Against Mark Sanford

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Trump didn’t write that. Too concise.

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Dueling Philanderers! Update at 11:00 PM!

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“Mark Sanford has been very unhelpful to me in my campaign to MAGA. He is MIA and nothing but trouble. He is better off in Argentina.”

That’s the serial-rapist, porn-star-cheating, firehose-of-lies pot calling the kettle black.

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Trump actually feels qualified to hint at Sanford’s pathetic adultery. Because he’s such a model of a faithful and loyal husband himself. Effing sociopath hypocrite.

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and without a scintilla of irony. I’m gobsmacked again.

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Because no one ever calls him on his hypocrisy—especially those paragons of patriotism and moral rectitude, the GOP party and evangelicals—it’s meh and no problem and he could just shoot Sanford. Who would care?

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Projection…it’s what they do…

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But, how often has Sanford actually voted against a Trump-supported measure?

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And it was somewhat coherent, too…

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Does Dotard realize that he’s actually endorsing a female candidate? I hope the Oval Trailer doesn’t have a casting couch…

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In response, Sanford sent him a thank you card.

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I think Sanford’s new campaign slogan - come on, I’m only an adulterer, not a pedophile, rapist, or violent offender -should work wonders in a Republican primary.

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I’m sure Sanford couldn’t be happier!

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Well, Trump would be better off on the Gulag Archipelago . . . well, at least all of America and the World would be better off if Trump was sent there.

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I’d really love to get my hands on the GOP revised edition of the Constitution and the Evangelical GOPers’ translation of the Bible.

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I think it’s called “Art of the Deal,” by the brilliant stable genius negotiator and obtainer of “mulligans.”

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It’s all part of “Executive Time.”

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You realize, of course, that as the moral center of the GOP, he cannot abide infidelity.
(To himself, of course. You didn’t think I meant marital infidelity, did you?)

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Who would have thought someone could outslime Sanford?

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