Presidential Harassment

Donald Trump is complaining about presidential harassment because the House wants to investigate his many questionable financial dealings. The House is now controlled by the Democrats. Whether it is politically-driven or based on actual concerns about Trump is arguable. But Congress investigating Trump is clearly within their purview. Nonetheless Donald Trump is crying “harassment”.

Since he started the “harassment” discussion I thought it appropriate to look at presidential harassment from the other side of the coin – Trump harassing others.

The most obvious example of Trump harassment is his harassment of women he does not like. It is well documented that he targets women to harass. For example, his harassment of Rosie O’Donnell by calling her “disgusting”. Or, when he called journalist Gail Collins a “dog”. He also called a Miss Universe contestant, “miss piggy”. Those are just a very few of the many examples of Trump harassing women.

Remember when Donald Trump talked about grabbing women “by the p***y”?

But Donald Trump is an equal opportunity harasser.

Trump has harassed Muslim immigrants by singling them out for draconian immigration policies. He has called countries “shit holes”. Trump singles out immigrants as a danger to America on a regular basis.

I’m sure many of the people in the examples above feel harassed by Trump.

Just like I felt harassed when Donald Trump labeled Mexicans as “rapists” and how I feel harassed simply for being an immigrant in America under the onslaught of anti-immigration xenophobia that Trump has unleashed across the country.

All these examples are just minuscule instances of the harassment that Donald Trump has unleashed across America.

So, cry me a river Donald Trump, you epitomize the very definition of presidential harassment.

Donald Trump’s cries of harassment is the pot calling the kettle black, but I’m sure that’s all “fake” news to the Trump diehards.

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