He has no policy, he is not serious, he is not credible. Moreover, he has no intention of ever becoming serious, of becoming credible, or caring about policy for more than the two seconds it takes for him to exhale his stank-filled cigar smoke — or for him to go on his next book tour. I’m glad they said it. It spares me the effort of trying to say something about him. The way things are going, he may be the Democratic nominee. [BOR]
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