Pathetic and pathological: Now Trump says he lost because Cruz somehow 'stole' the Caucuses!
In between, he lost because the people of Iowa to whom he was so grateful on caucus night were ungrateful themselves and didn't appreciate him, and he didn't spend that money because it "wasn't worth it."
Today he had this to say in three separate tweets on Twitter:
Based on the fraud committed by Senator Ted Cruz during the Iowa Caucus, either a new election should take place or Cruz results nullified.
Ted Cruz didn't win Iowa, he stole it. That is why all of the polls were so wrong and why he got far more votes than anticipated. Bad!
The State of Iowa should disqualify Ted Cruz from the most recent election on the basis that he cheated- a total fraud!
Trump needs to get his story straight. Of course, he offered no evidence of irregularities of any kind.
Narcissists like Mr. Trump are never wrong. That's why he doesn't ask God for forgiveness. That's why whenever anything doesn't go his way, there's always an excuse. It's never his fault. He was misinformed. He didn't spend enough. He was robbed.
Dude, you lost. Deal with it!
Note that last night's excuse was ridiculous on its face, and Trump has presented no evidence whatsoever in support of today's new and contradictory excuse. Nor, I predict, will he. Just as he changes the subject whenever any of his grandiose claims are challenged or he's asked for specifics about how he's going to fulfill his over-the-top promises and then attacks the questioner personally when he or she persists, Trump will expect to get away with slandering Ted Cruz as a vote thief and not to be called to account for it.
He should be. He must be.
Meanwhile- incredibly- his supporters continue to eat up every bit of nonsense that comes out of his mouth.
Yeah, this guy is the American Mussolini. The parallels are frightening. But even more frightening is that so many adult Americans who are allowed to vote and drink and drive a car and carry a gun can't recognize such an obvious and bizarre exhibition of unstable behavior for what it is.
Donald Trump doesn't need support. He needs help. And so do the people who continue to slavishly believe in this buffoon and self-evident fraud.
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