Conservative Writer: Trump Called Friends to “Brag” About Calling Countries Shitholes

While Sunday was filled with sheep from Trump’s flock going on television and defending Donald Trump and his racist remarks, we are finding out now that Trump called some of his friends and bragged about calling primarily black occupied countries “shithole.”

A Conservative familiar with the call took to Twitter and told the world that Trump felt great about his comment, because he claimed his base would love him for it.

Two of the Republicans in the room claimed they “couldn’t recall” Trump’s “shithole” comment, although others in the room said Trump made the derogatory comment on multiple occasions. To these cowards, conservative writer, Erick Erickson wrote;

It’s weird that people in the room don’t remember Trump using that word when Trump himself was calling friends to brag about it afterwards. I spoke to one of those friends. The President thought it would play well with the base.


Erick Erickson to GOP – Forget The Website, Sabotage The Obamacare Law

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With Healthcare.gov now functioning at a higher capacity, conservative activist and RedState editor in chief Erick Erickson has a new recommendation for Republicans looking to undo President Obama’s signature healthcare reform: sabotage!

In a blog post at RedState, Erickson claims that Healthcare.gov remains “unusable” but insists “conservatives are wrong to fixate on it.” Rather than focus on the site, Erickson recommends, conservatives should devote their energy to thwarting Democratic attempts to improve the law.

“Conservatives need to keep their focus on the law overall,” Erickson writes. “The website is a reflection of a terrible law.”

“As we all get back to business today, we must remember the law itself is the problem — not the website,” Erickson continues. “The website they can fix. We must deny them the opportunity to fix the law itself. Let the American people see big government in all its glory. Then offer a repeal.”

Erickson’s approach is in marked contrast to that of his fellow Republican, Georgia’s Jack Kingston. While Erickson recommends thwarting attempts to improve the law, Kingston is on record saying that letting flaws in Obamacare linger would be irresponsible.