Trump Vows Revenge After He Loses


 

 At the second presidential debate, Donald Trump vowed that if elected he would prosecute and imprison his opponent. Trump’s words were a pure act of vengeance. Trump’s supporters, who have long rallied around the lock-her-up meme, embraced his declaration. Days later Trump doubled-down, promising that he would also throw Clinton’s lawyers into the hoosegow. And after the New York Times and other media published the accounts of women who said they had beengroped, grabbed, and kissed against their will by Trump, Trump promised he’d retaliate. Next he attacked GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan after Ryan admitted that the US electoral system worked fine.  Trump has reported that the system is rigged against him.
Trump tweeted: “Revenge is sweet and not fattening.” – Alfred Hitchcock

In speeches and public talks, Trump has repeatedly explained that revenge was part of his recipe for success. He explains his motto is to “Get even with people. If they screw you, screw them back ten times as hard. I really believe it.”

 

Trump’s advice was concisely distributed on Twitter in May of 2013:

“Always get even. When you are in business, you need to get even with people who screw you.” – Think Big

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  1. The manchild wants to burn it all down if he loses. He’s bullied and stomped on folks his entire life and gets his way. He is amoral and cares not the destruction he does. He is so similar to Sarah Palin. He wants revenge for not giving him the big rattle. What we have here is another monstrous case of arrested development.

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  2. With every syllable he tweets, every word he says, he demonstrates why he is so not fit to be an elected official of any kind. He’s practically the BTK guy.

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