2 minutes into Trump's teleprompter speech written by Stephen Miller:
Don't bother watching because it's a bunch of disgusting, racist bullshit aimed at his base.
Fuck him, fuck his wall and fuck the GOP for cow-towing to this fucked up shit.
The Donald run FOX TV ad ask people call 800-350-6647 & press 1 to “DEMAND Pelosi fund wall.” But is only legal do this if “no” option include, so is bury at end. Ad say “press 2 if you do NOT support the wall.” The Donald very mad if you do this.
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