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Melania Trump’s team blasts rapper TI for video featuring First Lady stripping in Oval Office and calls for boycott

Melania Trump to tell all: First Lady sits down for solo TV interview and talks about her husband's infidelity, the state of their marriage and reveals why she wore THAT jacket

In the video, the Melania look-alike wore black stilettos and the First Lady's notorious khaki jacket emblazoned with 'I really don't care, do u?'

  • Melania Trump's spokeswoman has hit back at an American rapper over a video
  • Footage shows a woman resembling the First Lady stripping in the Oval Office
  • People have taken to Twitter calling out against the video calling it 'disgusting'

Melania Trump's spokeswoman has slammed a 'disgusting' new music video featuring her look-alike stripping in the White House.
The video shows Atlanta rapper T.I. sitting in the presidential chair and lighting a cigar in the Oval Office while a woman resembling the the First Lady struts in and performs a racy striptease.
The one-minute promotional video, uploaded to the rapper's Twitter, shows the Melania look-alike wearing black stilettos and her notorious khaki jacket emblazoned with 'I really don't care, do u?' - which she wore when visiting migrant children in Texas in June.
T.I. posted the video on his Twitter account with the remark 'Dear 45, I ain't Kanye.'
That is a reference to Kanye's visit to the Oval Office last week which angered many left-leaning celebrities. The clip is a teaser for a full length music video that will be released in the future.

Melania Trump has hit back over a 'disgusting' new music video featuring her look-alike (pictured) stripping in the White House
Melania Trump has hit back over a 'disgusting' new music video featuring her look-alike (pictured) stripping in the White House
The video shows Atlanta rapper T.I. sitting in the presidential chair and lighting a cigar in the Oval Office while a woman resembling the First Lady disrobes and performs a racy striptease
The video shows Atlanta rapper T.I. sitting in the presidential chair and lighting a cigar in the Oval Office while a woman resembling the First Lady disrobes and performs a racy striptease

The First Lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham called on the public to boycott the Atlanta rapper's video in a tweet which the First Lady retweeted on Saturday.

Ms Grishap tweeted: 'How is this acceptable? #disgusting #boycott' on Saturday. 

People have taken to social media out against T.I.'s new video.

'Just lost a fan T.I. How about I shoot a video like that with Tiny? I've overlooked a lot of your behaviour but this is just too disrespectful to be ignored. You are despicable,' one man said on Twitter.

Another woman said: 'No words can describe... Seriously I can't believe my eyes right now.'

She added: 'We are not just talking about a lady, she is the FIRST LADY of the US... the equivalent of the Queen of Spain or the UK.'

In the video, the Melania look-alike wore black stilettos and the First Lady's notorious khaki jacket emblazoned with 'I really don't care, do u?'
In the video, the Melania look-alike wore black stilettos and the First Lady's notorious khaki jacket emblazoned with 'I really don't care, do u?'
T.I.'s video which features a Melania Trump look-alike disrobing and suggestively dancing was uploaded on his Twitter as a teaser for his new album 'Dime Trap' last week

T.I.'s video which features a Melania Trump look-alike disrobing and suggestively dancing was uploaded on his Twitter as a teaser for his new album 'Dime Trap' last week

T.I.'s video was uploaded on his Twitter as a teaser for his new album 'Dime Trap' on Friday.

And just hours later, Melania Trump claimed she was a victim of bullying on-air.

In an exclusive interview with the ABC last Friday she said, 'I could say I’m the most bullied person in the world.'

Melania Trump opened up on the many attacks she has endured since her husband took office.

The video comes just before Melania Trump claimed she is the most 'bullied' person in the world
Trumps arrive in Florida to discuss Hurricane Michael recovery

The First Lady also revealed that the bullying actually motivated her to create her own White House anti-bullying and self-care initiative named Be Best.

When asked by the ABC reporter on whether she supports the #MeToo movement Melania Trump said she supports both male and female victims. 

'I support the women and they need to be heard. We need to support them. And also men, not just women,' she said. 

The rapper's video features the Melania look-alike wearing a khaki jacket that reads 'I really don't care, do u?' making reference to a controversial jacket she wore when visiting migrant children in Texas in June (pictured)
The rapper's video features the Melania look-alike wearing a khaki jacket that reads 'I really don't care, do u?' making reference to a controversial jacket she wore when visiting migrant children in Texas in June (pictured)

The rapper's video features the Melania look-alike wearing a khaki jacket that reads 'I really don't care, do u?' that she wore when visiting migrant children in Texas in June (pictured)

First lady Melania Trump promotes anti-bullying campaign

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First Lady wore a jacket that read 'I really don't care, do u?' when she left to visit a child detention center

Big get: ABC News' Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas sat down with Melania Trump (above) during her recent trip to Africa

  • Melania Trump is speaking out about a variety of subjects in an interview with ABC News set to air on Friday 
  • The First Lady is asked about the state of her marriage, her husband's infidelity and her views on the #MeToo movement 
  • She is asked why she wore the 'I Really Don't Care Do You?' jacket to visit immigrant children who had been separated at the border 
  • ABC News' Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas sat down with her during her recent trip to Africa 

ABC News has managed to land an interview with First Lady Melania Trump 

Being Melania – The First Lady will air this Friday at 10pm on ABC, and no question was off the table.

'You did agree to this interview, to your credit, with no preconditions,' states Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas.

'Knowing that there could be some tough questions asked.' 

ABC teases 'no questions off limits' interview with Melania Trump
Big get: ABC News' Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas sat down with Melania Trump (above) during her recent trip to Africa

Big get: ABC News' Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas sat down with Melania Trump (above) during her recent trip to Africa

Spilling the beans:  Trump is speaking out about a variety of subjects in an interview with ABC News set to air on Friday

Spilling the beans:  Trump is speaking out about a variety of subjects in an interview with ABC News set to air on Friday

Faux pas: She is asked why she wore the 'I Really Don't Care Do You?' jacket (above in June)  to visit immigrant children who had been separated at the border

Faux pas: She is asked why she wore the 'I Really Don't Care Do You?' jacket (above in June)  to visit immigrant children who had been separated at the border

From there, the First Lady is asked about the state of her marriage, her husband's infidelity and her views on the #MeToo movement. 

'Can women in the #MeToo movement call you a supporter,' asks Llamas in a preview obtained by DailyMail.com. 

'You're not the first first lady to have to deal with your husband's infidelities, has this put a strain on your marriage,' he later asks the First Lady. 

The preview ends with him asking about 'the jacket,' which the First Lady wore soon after her husband's justice department enacted an order which allowed parents and their children to be separated at the border. 

On a visit to one of the facilities housing those children, The First Lady wore a Zara jackets which read: 'I Really Don't Care Do You?' 

People, it turned out, did in fact care. 

And lastly, Llamas asks the third Mrs. Trump what the biggest misconception is about her. 

The First Lady sat down with Llamas while the two were in Africa on her first solo foreign trip.

The First Lady and President Trump in September (above)

It has been over a year since Melania gave an interview with a major network, and almost all of her appearances on television have been by her husband's side. 

Last June, the First Lady spoke with 'Fox & Friends' host Ainsley Earhardt in a segment that was filmed days before during the annual Congressional picnic, revealing that she could not be happier just two weeks after moving into the White House with son Barron.

'We are enjoying it very much,' Melania said of her time thus far at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

When asked how her then 11-year-old son was handling the move, Melania said: 'He loves it, yes all settled. He loves it here.'

'I'm so busy and we're doing so many great stuff. So it's really special place and I love it here,' said Melania, who was born in Slovenia.

She became a permanent resident of the United States back in 2001, and five years later she was able to obtain her citizenship after marrying President Trump.

Melania, who is only the second first lady to have been born outside the country, also spoke a bit about putting together her first Congressional picnic.

'Tonight, it's a great picnic, Congressional, picnic with all of us getting together,' said Melania.

'It's New York City team. And we have carousel and great stuff outside.'  

That interview with 'Fox & Friends' was far briefer and toned down than her chat with ABC, and was filmed in the largely nondescript Map Room of the White House.

It was also more Melania making a cameo in the interview, with a majority of the time being taken up by President Trump as he talked about healthcare, James Comey and what he believes are his biggest accomplishments since taking office.

The First Lady, who was asked just four questions during the 20 minute interview, smiled and nodded along approvingly as her husband spoke.

But there will be no Donald on Friday, just Melania. 

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You have never seen a potential first lady like this! NY POST SHOWS MELANIA TRUMP ON COVER AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN HER

Controversy: Melania Trump wore a $39 jacket with the phrase, 'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?' scrawled across the back when boarding a plane to visit immigrant children in Texas

  • President Donald Trump tried to shrug off the jacket his wife Melania wore to Texas on Thursday
  • First Lady wore a jacket that read 'I really don't care, do u?' when she left to visit a child detention center 
  • Trump took to Twitter claiming that his wife was referring to 'the Fake News Media' with the jacket
  • It contradicted Melania's spokeswoman's statement saying it was 'just a jacket' with 'no hidden message'
  • Donald Trump Jr also made light of the outrage with an edited image of Melania's jacket on his Instagram
  • Melania failed to mention the controversy when she took to Twitter on Thursday night to share photos of her visit to the detention center 
  • It comes as Hollywood and beyond continued to express their outrage over Melania's jacket

A chorus of celebrities have expressed outrage over First Lady Melania Trump's slogan jacket saying 'I really don't care, do u?', which she wore before and after a trip to a child detention center in the middle of the immigration crisis.

The First Lady wore the $39 green, hooded military jacket from Zara when she left for Texas and then returned to Washington on Thursday.   

Chelsea Handler was among the big names to slam Melania for the item of clothing, tweeting: 'The hypocrisy of @FLOTUS going down to the border to speak broken English to our refugees in that dumb jacket is a little hard to swallow.'

Producer Judd Apatow said: 'These people are beyond fiction. Nobody could dream them up in their worst nightmares.'

Comedian Kathy Griffin launched an expletive-laden rant, saying: 'The jacket Melanie wore on the way to meeting the kids held in internment camps has 'I don't really care, do you?' written on the back. F**k these people and f**k anyone who says we should be polite to them or maintain decorum.'

Veep actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus simply tweeted: 'It's endless with these morons.'

Melania wears controversial jacket for her Texas border trip
The First Lady wore the $39 green, hooded military jacket from Zara that read 'I really don't care, do u?' when she left for Texas and then returned to Washington on Thursday 

The First Lady wore the $39 green, hooded military jacket from Zara that read 'I really don't care, do u?' when she left for Texas and then returned to Washington on Thursday 

Controversy: Melania Trump wore a $39 jacket with the phrase, 'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?' scrawled across the back when boarding a plane to visit immigrant children in Texas

Controversy: Melania Trump wore a $39 jacket with the phrase, 'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?' scrawled across the back when boarding a plane to visit immigrant children in Texas

President Trump tweeted in response to the outcry on Thursday evening, stating that the message on his wife's jacket 'refers to the Fake News Media'

President Trump tweeted in response to the outcry on Thursday evening, stating that the message on his wife's jacket 'refers to the Fake News Media'

President Donald Trump and his eldest son both tried to shrug off the controversy.

The president took to Twitter soon after claiming his wife was referring to 'the Fake News Media' when she opted to wear the jacket to visit children separated from their families at the border.

Donald Trump Jr shared an edited version of his step-mother's jacket to his Instagram story. It featured a photo of a crying Robert DeNiro plastered on the back of the jacket with the caption: 'Fixed it!'

Donald Trump Jr shared an edited version of his step-mother's jacket to his Instagram story. It featured a photo of a crying Robert DeNiro plastered on the back of the jacket with the caption: 'Fixed it!'

It contradicted Melania's spokeswoman's earlier statement that it was 'just a jacket' and that there 'was no hidden message'. 

Trump tweeted: ''I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO YOU?' written on the back of Melania's jacket, refers to the Fake News Media. Melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares.' 

As the outrage continued, Donald Trump Jr shared an edited version of his step-mother's jacket to his Instagram story. It featured a photo of a crying Robert DeNiro plastered on the back of the jacket with the caption: 'Fixed it!'

Melania herself failed to mention the controversy when she took to Twitter Thursday night to share photos of her visit to the detention center. 

'Today's visit to #Texas to spend time with children & thank the many hardworking individuals helping to care for them was very meaningful. Thank you to @SecAzar @HHSGOV for traveling w me today & the care you are giving these children in such a difficult time,' she tweeted.   

The First lady's surprise visit to a children's shelter - where a handful of the 55 children it houses had been taken from their parents - was intended to underline her compassion for children, and came after she lobbied Trump to end separations.

Instead it was overshadowed by the former model's choice of jacket.

Melania was first spotted wearing the jacket as she left Washington but she changed into a cream button-up safari-style jacket before the plane landed in McAllen, Texas, for a visit to the Upbring New Hope Children's Center.

But even after questions arose about her attire, Mrs Trump was back in the green jacket when she returned to Washington in 80-degree weather. She wore it as she walked to the Oval Office to see her husband.  

After DailyMail.com identified the jacket Melania wore, Twitter users quickly slammed her for her 'tone deaf' fashion choice. Others suggested she was the only 'honest' Trump because she was wearing such a clear sentiment so publicly.

Change: Melania, 48, had removed the jacket by the time she landed in Texas, and was seen disembarking her plane in a cream military-style number instead 
Different look: Melania wore her cream military-inspired coat was buttoned up

Change: Melania, 48, had removed the jacket by the time she landed in Texas, and was seen disembarking her plane in a cream military-style number instead 

'It's just a jacket': Melania's spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, took to Twitter to insist that the first lady does indeed care, despite the jacket's message

Melania failed to mention the controversy when she took to Twitter Thursday night and her spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, had earlier insisted that the first lady does indeed care, despite the jacket's message

When asked what message the first lady's jacket intended to send, spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said: 'It's a jacket. There was no hidden message. After today's important visit to Texas, I hope the media isn't going to choose to focus on her wardrobe.' 

Grisham underscored that message in a tweet with the hashtags #SheCares and #ItsJustAJacket. 

It's not the first time the first lady's fashion choices have caused a stir. 

Last August, a pair of Melania's signature spike heels earned her a round of bafflement as she boarded Air Force One bound for Texas to tour devastation after Hurricane Harvey. 

She had changed into white sneakers by the time she and the president landed.

At the second 2016 presidential debate, Mrs Trump showed up in a fuchsia silk blouse with a large bow at the neck, long known as a 'p**** bow blouse'. That was just days after reports surfaced that her husband had made lewd remarks years earlier about grabbing women by the genitals.

It comes as Hollywood and beyond continued to express their outrage over Melania's callous jacket

On the other side of the political aisle, former First Lady Michelle Obama routinely caught grief from some critics for going sleeveless. Her husband, President Barack Obama, was the talk of a 24-hour news cycle when he donned a tan suit in 2014 for a media briefing.

The First Lady said in a written statement after she returned to the White House that the visit had 'impacted me greatly.' She called on Congress to work together on immigration legislation that would benefit the children.

'Spending time with them reinforces the fact that these kids are in this situation as a direct result of adult actions,' she said. 

Hundreds of New Yorkers assembled at a newly discovered detention facility, named Cayuga Children's Center, in Harlem for a silent vigil to demand that the children of illegal migrants be reunited with their parents 

Hundreds of New Yorkers assembled at a newly discovered detention facility, named Cayuga Children's Center, in Harlem for a silent vigil to demand that the children of illegal migrants be reunited with their parents 

Protesters carry posters comparing US Immigration and Customs Enforcement with the Gestapo, Nazi Germany's secret police force, which helped the state carry out its plan of exterminating the Jewish people of Europe
A protester calling for the abolition of ICE

Protesters (left) carry posters comparing US Immigration and Customs Enforcement with the Gestapo, Nazi Germany's secret police force which helped the state carry out its plan of exterminating the Jewish people of Europe. Others (right) call for its abolition 

Protesters at a separate event in El Paso, Texas, outside a detention facility where the the children of illegal migrants are being held after their arrest for crossing the US border without permission

Protesters at a separate event in El Paso, Texas, outside a detention facility where the the children of illegal migrants are being held after their arrest for crossing the US border without permission

More protesters march through El Paso, which is on the border with Mexico, while holding signs saying 'Keep families together' 

More protesters march through El Paso, which is on the border with Mexico, while holding signs saying 'Keep families together' 

A woman holds a sign during a gathering outside the US embassy in Mexico City yesterday. Mexico has a migrant population of just over 1,000,000, while the USA has about 46 million
A woman holds a sign during a gathering outside the US embassy in Mexico City yesterday. Mexico has a migrant population of just over 1,000,000, while the USA has about 46 million
Dolls wrapped in foil are tied to a fence outside the US embassy in Mexico City as demonstrators protested American immigration policy 

Dolls wrapped in foil are tied to a fence outside the US embassy in Mexico City as demonstrators protested American immigration policy 

US Representative Steny Hoyer (D-MD) speaks at a protest against the Trump administration's immigration policy outside the White House yesterday 

US Representative Steny Hoyer (D-MD) speaks at a protest against the Trump administration's immigration policy outside the White House yesterday 

'It is my hope that Members of Congress will finally reach across the aisle and work together to solve this problem with common sense immigration reform that secures our borders and keeps families together.'

Melania's stop in McAllen came one day after Trump ordered a halt, at least for now, to the separation of immigrant families who are detained at the border.

Her visit to the one-story, red brick building was quickly arranged after Mrs Trump decided earlier this week that she wanted to go, her spokeswoman said, adding that she wanted to lend support to children who have been separated from their parents.

'I'm here to learn about your facility,' she said as she met with staff and federal health and border patrol officials. 

She asked how she could help 'these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible' and how often they communicate with their families. She learned the children are allowed a 10-minute phone call twice a week.

Students welcomed her with a large paper American flag taped to a wall that they'd signed. The words, 'Welcome! First Lady' were written in black marker across the red and white bars.  

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Melania Trump tours detention center for immigrant children

Students welcomed her with a large paper American flag taped to a wall that they'd signed. The words, 'Welcome! First Lady' were written in black marker across the red and white bars

Officials from the Upbring New Hope Children's Center spoke to the first lady before she toured the facility to meet children on Thursday

Officials from the Upbring New Hope Children's Center spoke to the first lady before she toured the facility to meet children on Thursday

Melania was given a tour of the facility by officials before meeting with the detained children 

Melania was given a tour of the facility by officials before meeting with the detained children 

Protesters outside the White House late Thursday had already seized on Melania's jacket to protest the Trump administration's immigration policy

Protesters outside the White House late Thursday had already seized on Melania's jacket to protest the Trump administration's immigration policy

TWITTER REACTS TO MELANIA'S JACKET

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Newspaper released NUDE photos of Donald Trump's wife

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Do first ladies go through a vetting process? Because Melania Trump looks like she's got nothing to hide (FMD photo)

Do first ladies go through a vetting process? Because Melania Trump looks like she’s got nothing to hide (FMD photo)

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 With Donald Trump leading in the presidential polls, America’s gearing up for its hottest First Lady ever.

And if The Donald were to become The Commander-in-Chief, his lovely third wife Melania Trump is bound to leave perennial baddies Vladimir Putin and the Ayatollahs wanting to reach out and touch America!

Could this be Air Force One? (FMD Photo)

Could this be Air Force One! (FMD Photo)

Move over classy Jackie Kennedy, matronly Barbara Bush, and Get Movin’ arms-like-guns Michelle Obama: Make room for former bikini model Melania Trump!

Have you ever seen a first lady's nipple? (FMD Photo)

Have you ever seen a first lady’s nipples? (FMD Photo)

The 45-year-old was born Melania Knavs (later changed to Knauss) in Slovenia, which was then part of war-torn Yugoslavia.

How ’bout it, Nancy Reagan?

Donald Trump, his little boy Barron and his wife Melania Trump at The Celebrity Apprentice finale (Fortunata/Splash News photo)

Donald Trump, his little boy Barron and wife Melania Trump at last year’s The Celebrity Apprentice finale (Fortunata/Splash News photo)

And, Melania could become the only first lady with a line of watches on QVC.

And the only first lady with a bunch of very rich step children slightly younger than her.

And the only first lady photographed in a metal and fur bikini!

What will ISIS think of this? (FMD photo)

What will ISIS think of this? (FMD photo)

Across the pond, European politicos have had super hot wives or girlfriends or mistresses for years.

Former French President Nicholas Sarkozy is married to model/singer/actress Carla Bruni.

Current French Prez Francois Hollande cheated on one girlfriend with another GF, who happens to be a hot actress.

And former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi had legions of model mistresses whom he shared with good friends.

Jeb Bush and his 5-foot-tall Columba?

Nah. It’s time for the U.S. to take a page from the European hot first lady playbook!

The New York Post says this is Melania Trump like we've never seen her before. They're right.

The Post ran a cover on Sunday with the headline "The Ogle Office." It also featured several nude photos reportedly taken of Melania Trump during a 1995 photo shoot.
The cover has certainly gotten a lot of attention since the paper tweeted it out Saturday night, but it also brings into question how the media should cover family members of presidential candidates.

Melania Trump has largely stayed out of the campaign limelight until her speech at the Republican National Convention in mid-July.
SEE MORE: Did Melania Trump Plagiarize Michelle Obama's Speech? See For Yourself
"I like to keep life as normal as possible for my son, Barron," she told MSNBC in February.

But she's not alone. This latest incident is far from the first time a political candidate's spouse or family member has been dragged into a political scandal — even during this year.
Her husband's primary opponent, Ted Cruz, saw his wife, Heidi Cruz, dragged into the press — by Donald Trump himself. He retweeted a meme of Heidi Cruz and Melania Trump, saying, "A picture is worth a thousand words." It showed a glamorous photo of his wife and a less flattering one of Cruz's.
SEE MORE: Here's What Ted Cruz Said About Not Endorsing Trump At The RNC
Children of politicians have also been dragged into the press. During the 2000 presidential campaign in South Carolina, rumors swirled that John McCain had an affair and had an African-American child out of wedlock. In reality, one of his daughters was adopted from Bangladesh.
In 1992, Chelsea Clinton was the target of a "Saturday Night Live" Wayne's World sketch, comparing the then-12-year-old's looks to those of Al Gore's daughters. Then, Rush Limbaugh compared Clinton's appearance to that of a dog.
And the Bush twins also had their fair share of bad press when they were in college.
But maybe Melania Trump isn't sweating it.
"Only I have my story. I know the truth. I have a thick skin," she said in an interview with Fox News in March.
This video includes clips from ABC, PBS, C-SPAN, Rick Stewart / Allsport and images from Getty Images. Music provided courtesy of APM Music.

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Comment by Susette Bookal on June 24, 2018 at 9:40pm
Maybe if you would desist from the name calling and being so rude people would be able to have a conversation. Notice this medium is dominated by the same people.
Comment by mr1stroke on June 24, 2018 at 2:08am
You know I know those idiots can't wait to jump down our throat but just like every other struggling slaves they won't have any facts , discussions or debate they will come to argue, that's why you ask the questions so they can prove their point, if they cannot answer they keep on arguing you say nothing and let them look like the fools they are than those who are reading with sense will see why the black community is in such crisis I mean let's fAce it compare the black community with other communities every one else are doing better, even people without documents, so ask your self why?
Comment by El-Bull on June 24, 2018 at 1:45am

mr1stroke, you ain't never lied brother.  I'm lmao right now because I know the fools reading our conversation are sitting there angry at themselves and wondering how they are going to attempt to rebut what we've stated.  Right now it's taking them a while because their brains are hurting, cause it hurts to think; as to how to get their attacks across.  LMAO 

Comment by mr1stroke on June 24, 2018 at 1:34am
El-Bull they are so used to hand outs they are mad at opportunities, obama gave them,extended unemployment and welfare Hillary was about to do the same that's what they were looking for, negros are,comfortable on,the plantation living for free, as long they have projects apartments and a nice use car outside to show off with each other they are proud, what I like is when they take pictures in those project apartments with a bunch of sneakers they are proud that s*** is disease, now ask any negros what exactly did Obama do for the black community listen to their answers, than ask them how did he empowered the black community listen to their excuses, it's a damn shame you can't feel sorry for their living condition the best thing to do I stay away or they will drag you, 2 years ago I signed up for that Steve Harvey mentoring young kids lol after I saw what was going on I stop, but you see negros like him,understand how retarded they are he pimp them, get rich stay away from them, tha, turn around give them free turkeys and take a few boys from,desperate women who can't take it no more for one weekend give then free food trying to help out and done, but do you see how the negros glorify him, every one knows negros like hand outs, do that they will be your best friend you are their heros
Comment by El-Bull on June 24, 2018 at 1:15am

mr1stroke, indeed and these blind sheep still will not admit Obama was the worst thing that happened to them and on top of it,  if their plantation mistress had been elected,  they would be worse off than they are under Trump.  Trump has opened the door of opportunities but these fools are so blinded by the liberal lies,  that they can't see the opportunities before them because they'd rather sit back and rack in the handouts instead of putting in the work necessary for their livelihood and success. 

Comment by mr1stroke on June 24, 2018 at 12:43am
El-Bull you can't argue with idiots ask the question and see how stupid they look that's why their only answer is you're a trump supporter like damn if that's bad than I'm a happy man I'm making so much more money in business than when Obama was president so always ask them how Well they are doing since they have been Democrat unless than that ebt card they all carry and struggling, analyze the Democratic district and republicans you don't see as much poverty why is that almost every own businesses or have good paying jobs
I knew that picture we false because I already saw that segment on world news in my local chanels, that was her mother next to her and the guard, because those idiots are so dumb they tell them anything they want that's why black people live democrats they hate the truth they like to be lied to, the republicans tell you like it is , now the democrats are selling spunk off t-shirt from the jacket the first lady wore that says " we care, we vote, do you" now how stupid and retarded can a group of people be to see how they capitalize off them, they love to be lied to, after watching what that gang did to that 15 years old I am proud to vote for Trump in 2020 all the niggers who say he is racists are dying to go to work for their racists bosses everyday they don't seem to have a problem with it they neglect their own family to serve those racists bosses that's how you can tell how retarded these people are why should the rest of us feel sorry for them living like slaves they are so afraid of change but crying and begging like babies or should I say like that little girl
Comment by El-Bull on June 23, 2018 at 11:58pm

mr1stroke my point exactly, thank you for elaborating, but hey, they still won't get it. matter of fact I had this same conversation with my neighbor and all he could come up with is that I am a Trump supporter---I told him, if that is the case then I am proud to be a Trump supporter as you are letting the so called liberals lead you off the cliff---Also I pointed out the photo of the little girl being taken from her mom was faked and he called me a liar cause obviously he's drank the liberal kool-aid

Comment by mr1stroke on June 23, 2018 at 11:51pm
Negros are the worse as much as they talk about how educated they are but not smart enough to read about history and socialism, they have been fooled they are out there dightingbfor illegal immigrants while a 17 years old just got shot and killed by a cop in Pittsburgh that's a few months from the Sacramento shooting, those democrats are so compassionate about illegals but did not even mention anything about those 17 years black kids dying, niggers are too blind to see those illegal kids have their lives those innocent black kids are losing theirs, how can you fight for others when you cannot win your own fight, just imagine if the Democratic leaders were so compassionate towards those innocent black men dying by gun violence and cops we they would been passed a bill just like the president signed a bill to keep the kids together in just one week after so much pteasure, How come Obama couldn't do that, after all those years negros have been voting democrats they still have the same issues
Comment by El-Bull on June 23, 2018 at 11:16pm

Doesn't bother me one bit, they don't care about us and I'm not into fighting for others who don't fight for us but would rather use us to ,further their INTENT AND agenda...besides, we have our own unfinished war to fight and my resources will not go to others to lift them up over us---FCK EM 

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