Let’s play word association:
I say “Trump“, you say “Winner!” I say “Clinton“, you say “What does it matter?”
Well, Hillary, it does matter, because the reason you lost the election is simple: the American people found you to be deplorable, irredeemable, and uninformed (to use some of your own favorite words).
It matters because leadership starts at the top. You made grave mistakes in regards to Benghazi and Americans paid the price. You made irresponsible decisions with classified documents and American national security paid the price. And finally, you made avaricious judgments with Foundation cash and American trust paid the price.
Peter Schweizer was just talking about you recently; you know, the guy who wrote “Clinton Cash” about you and your husband’s insatiable desire to be wealthy, even if it meant taking “donations” from countries’ leaders that embraced Sharia Law and the abuse of women and gays.
Well, he was referencing the differences between your Foundation and the Trump Foundation. Let’s listen to what he said, shall we:
“I’ve got to tell you, this is what leadership looks like,” he said. “Consider what Donald Trump has done voluntarily. This is not something that was imposed on him by somebody else. In the case of the Clintons, you know Barack Obama forced the Clintons into doing a lot of things they didn’t want to do, when she became secretary of state.”
[T]he Clinton Foundation…is much larger [than Trump Foundation] and had an infrastructure where they had a lot of employees; they ran their own programs – the Trump Foundation was really about giving grant money to other charitable organizations for the work they’re doing,” he noted.
Now, in an unexpected but welcomed move, Trump has opted to voluntarily dissolve his Foundation to avoid any unnecessary distractions or conflicts of interest.
You know about “dissolving” Hillary, don’t you? Like when you hoped the pneumonia story on 9/11 would dissolve in the wake of Trump’s old taped remarks about celebrities and women? Or like when you hoped that the BleachBit program would make your “yoga” and “wedding plans” emails dissolve permanently so that even God himself couldn’t read them?
“These are all being done voluntarily. I’m extremely encouraged,” he declared. “I was worried that these avenues for conflicts of interest were going to remain. But honestly, this is what leadership looks like. He says, ‘Look, I become president, this is my prime responsibility. I’m going to do what I can to remove barriers and remove things in my way that could create conflicts of interest and trouble.’ So it’s very, very encouraging, and it’s a nice change from the Clintons, where they would have to be dragged screaming and yelling to make even the most minor concession to a possible conflict of interest.”
Suffice it to say, Hillary, that Trump is following through with all the tough decisions he had to make because of his respect for the office of the President of the United States of America.
Respect starts with telling the truth. And telling the truth is apparently beyond your skill set.