Words. Donald Trump surrounds himself with words. The best words. Just ask him. Unfortunately, he can’t complete a sentence with those words. Donald’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway promised that the GOP presidential candidate would focus on important issues like education. Donald was going to stay on message, by golly.
Behold, the leader of the poorly educated:
But there is some indication that Trump’s going to emphasize education more in the future. He’s chosen a policy adviser on education. “Education, education, education!” he declaimed at a rally in New Hampshire last week, roughly tripling the number of times he usually mentions the topic.
Still, where previous candidates had policy papers, Trump has punchy sentences.
“School choice we want, Common Core we don’t want,” he said in Wilmington, North Carolina, on August 9, a succinct statement of his education position so far. “We’ve got to get rid of Common Core, bring educational…”
Then he was on to the next topic. He never finished the sentence.
Oh come on, Sport, finish that sentence. ‘Bring educational…something something something, vote for Trump.’ Donald doesn’t like common core. It’s a right-wing talking point.
Donald has an overwhelming amount of support among the less educated, and draws more modest backing from college graduates than his rivals, according to exit polls conducted for the Associated Press and television networks by Edison Research.
That said, his statements begin to make more sense. Donald is either talking down to his supporters or he’s an idiot – or both.
“End Common Core,” he said in his announcement speech last July. “Common Core should — it is a disaster. Bush is totally in favor of Common Core. I don’t see how he can possibly get the nomination. … We have to end — education has to be local.”
Again, we see words but not actual sentences. It sounds like his primary language is Cabbage. The Dumbing Down of America is in effect. Yayyyyy for us.
Donald is so full of shit, we’re going to have to attach a toilet flush to his jaw.
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