Donald Trump offers no apologies and that’s why people like him

Every time Donald Trump says something wrong or does not correct something said that is wrong he takes a hit from the media. His poll numbers go up but the media sits in judgment predicting his downfall, but it hasn’t happened yet and one has to wonder will it every happen? He has insulted the Mexicans, John McCain, Megyn Kelley, Carly Fiorina, Jeb Bush’s wife and President Barack Obama and he has never apologized. He is a man in own opinion who is never wrong and his followers love him. As they say if it “ain’t broke don’t fix it” and this is working for him so accept the fact that apology is not in his dictionary neither is humility.

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  • Spanish Inquisitor  On September 21, 2015 at 3:01 pm

    Have you ever know a racist to apologize for being a racist?

    Has Bush and Cheney apologized for starting an unfounded, unneeded war that killed thousands of good Americans, hundreds of thousands of good non-combatants in the Middle East, the permanent mutilations of tens of thousands of Americas and god only knows how many elsewhere?

    Use a little brain power here. Does someone who really wants to be President say the things Trump says? He’s alienating far more than he is winning over. How is that going to work in an election where majority rules? Clearly, the man never had any intention to actually BE President, he just wanted the free limelight that running brought him. His modus operandi is to insult as many people as he can, alienate as many voters as he can and then gracefully bow out of the race while claiming that his low poll numbers mean that the voters don’t want him. But, surprise surprise, he’s rustled all the ignorant, racist, mean, hateful voters out of the woodwork, and they like him! They really like him! So what’s a guy who doesn’t want to be President do? He doubles down and gets worse!

    If he’s elected, he’ll have to put all of his business investments into a blind trust and let someone else run it. He’ll have to accept a salary of $400K a year. And, (big and) he’ll actually have to do what Presidents do, something for which he’s not qualified and has no experience but {in Trump voice} he’ll hire the best people to do it for him….There is no way he actually want to do that.

    All thing must pass. This shall too….

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