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  1. Barbara says:

    “I visited all 57 states” President Barack HUSSEIN Obama.
    THAT was The Biggest accident that should have been a red flag to even my Dog. He was thinking of his 57 Islamic states. We should have kicked him to the curb that moment in time.

  2. Mari says:

    Undoubtedly there are a lot more celebrities who support Trump than just these 20 but many are afraid to say anything around the other liberal Hollyweirdo’s! Glad these came out to support Trump!

  3. Douglas says:

    “I will tell you, I left Texas, and I left Florida, and I left Louisiana, and I went to Puerto Rico, and I met with the president of the Virgin Islands.”
    — President Donald Trump. Who is the President. Of the United States. Which includes the Virgin Islands.

    1. ezaircon4jc says:

      May 2008

      “I visited all 57 states” President Barack HUSSEIN Obama.

      1. Mark says:

        When you’re not a real American and raised in Indonesia, attending an Islamic school, you don’t know how many states there are. Real Americans know.

      2. John says:

        I think Barack was thinking of the 57 Islamic states.

        1. Barbara says:

          “I visited all 57 states” President Barack HUSSEIN Obama.
          THAT was The Biggest accident that should have been a red flag to even my Dog. He was thinking of his 57 Islamic states. We should have kicked him to the curb that moment in time.

    2. Mari says:

      Puerto Rico has been an “unincorporated US territory” until this year when they voted for “statehood” (only 22% voted). I don’t know that them becoming a state was so good for us since by early August 2017, their debt was $72 billion with a 45% poverty rate. Undoubtedly those numbers are a lot worse now since the hurricane. Likely, Trump made a slip of the tongue when he said he spoke with the “president” of Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is a self-governing commonwealth in association with the United States. The chief of state is the President of the United States of America. The head of government is an elected Governor. The major differences between Puerto Rico and the 50 states are exemption from some aspects of the Internal Revenue Code, its lack of voting representation in either house of the U.S. Congress (Senate and House of Representatives), the ineligibility of Puerto Ricans residing on the island to vote in presidential elections, and its lack of assignation of some revenues reserved for the states. We realize you don’t like Trump Douglas because you post negative things about him all the time but come on this is a little ridiculous! Trump is an intelligent man & he knows he is the President of Puerto Rico also.

      1. Barbara says:

        I totally agree. We ALL have a slip of the tongue. President Trump is wicked smart and liberal democrats dont give him enough credit. Thats why Trump won. They underestimated him. Trump 2020

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