Who here is following Trump - Bloomberg twitter squabble?

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These two New Yorkers has going at it the past 24 hrs.

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A few Minutes Later

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Not to be Outdone, Bloomberg Came back with the Ether. Basically calling Trump a trust fund baby.

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Picture of both men during good times.
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Thank you to all you stupid fucking Republicans that voted this clown into office and opened the door for the office to become a fucking Twitter battle similar to a rap feud. All these same faggits complained that Obama was "too much of a celebrity" and then they literally voted in a reality TV star because he promised to hate brown people
 

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is def all individuals fault. nothing is systemically fucked up to the point where you are guaranteed shitty corrupt governance.
 
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Thank you to all you stupid fucking Republicans that voted this clown into office and opened the door for the office to become a fucking Twitter battle similar to a rap feud. All these same faggits complained that Obama was "too much of a celebrity" and then they literally voted in a reality TV star because he promised to hate brown people

Thank you to all of you stupid fucking Democrats who can't put up a decent candidate to go up against Trump. Just like in 2016.
 
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Thank you to all of you stupid fucking Democrats who can't put up a decent candidate to go up against Trump. Just like in 2016.
If I were a Democrat I'd be offended. The fact that the majority of the people in this country are loyal to parties is one of the reasons we'll always be fucked.

Trumpers are absolute morons and the lowest denominator. Hard to come up with a decent candidate when almost half the country wants a president with the IQ of a kindergartner and we have an electoral college that gives some of them literally 4x the voting power of other people
 

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Correction just googled it. Martin Van Buren was 5"6...been a few others equally short.


Shortest was James Madison at 5"4.

Definitely advantageous to be tall....


Of course in the 19th century the average height was shorter. Although people who came from families with multigenerational wealth tended to be taller....due to metagentic nutritional reasons.