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Is the recollection of former Trump Plaza casino COO John O'Donnell where he remembers Donald Trump complaining that blacks are inherently lazy going to do in Trump's presidential chances?

Is the recollection of former Trump Plaza casino COO John O'Donnell where he remembers Donald Trump complaining that blacks are inherently lazy going to do in Trump's presidential chances?
  • Yes, this is one more example of how Donald Trump is unfit for election.

    Donald Trump has already insulted women, Mexicans and the family of a war hero so this latest revelation adds one more reason for yet another section of society to refuse to vote for him. It is unlikely to affect the voting intentions of his die-hard white male supporters but there are not enough of them to assure him of success.

  • Second hand quotes by former employee unlikely to hurt Trump

    Former Trump Plaza casino COO John O'Donnell first made the accusation that Donald Trump had called blacks inherently lazy in his book. Many writers embellish or make up stories to make their books more marketable. Donald Trump said that O'Donnell is a disgruntled employee and that he never made the comments.

  • Former Trump Plaza Casino COO's recollection not likely to doom Trump's chances

    A former Trump Plaza Casino COO, John O'Donnell, remembers Donald Trump complaining that blacks are inherently lazy. This will not cause the collapse of Trump's presidential chances. He has very little support from blacks prior to this statement becoming public, and he has made bigoted comments previously, so people already are aware of his prejudices.

  • No, this new story will not doom Trump's campaign.

    The latest Trump scandal over a rumored remark Trump made about blacks will not do in his presidential campaign. There have already been so many controversial statements by the bombastic billionaire that his campaign never stood much chance of winning anyway. Furthermore, this story will likely soon be buried by a new Trump controversy in a few days.


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