Another Cheap Shot From Trump, Who Calls Rep. Nadler “Fat Jerry” Because He’s Threatened By Him

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Jerry Nadler and Donald Trump don’t like each other, and that’s been the status quo since the 80’s, when Trump wanted the government to subsidize real estate projects in New York that Nadler considered harmful. Now, they clash again, in 2019, because Nadler wants the Mueller report released, and he wants records from 81 people in Trump’s orbit.

Nadler recently was on Face the Nation, and here’s what he said about William Barr. “Remember [Barr] is a biased person. He is someone who is an agent of the administration, is an appointee, a political appointee of the president whose interests he may very well be protecting here.” Nadler has reason to feel this way. Don’t forget Barr’s 18 page memo in which he reached the conclusion that Trump had committed no obstruction of justice and then went on to say that Robert Mueller’s inquiry was “fatally misconceived”.

Trump responded to Nadler’s efforts at transparency, regarding the Mueller report, in typical Trump style. He recently called Nadler by a sophomoric nickname, “Fat Jerry,” referencing the fact that Nadler had weight reduction surgery years ago. Trump calling anybody fat is truly an example of denial taken to the myopic level. Trump can’t stand Nadler because Nadler has his number, has had for decades.  Washington Post:

“Jerry was on him from Day One,” said Linda Rosenthal, a former Nadler aide who later won his state Assembly seat. “He keenly understood that this was a man who would try to get the government to pay for all his mostly bollixed attempts at development . . . His casinos failed. He lost money on deals. He left the banks on the hook for his bad financial plans. . . . He was just such a braggart and such an insincere person, but Jerry saw through that.”

Trump never forgave Nadler, and privately he has simmered about the chairman and his investigation, calling him an irritant who has long been out to get him and recounting their New York run-ins to aides. He was alarmed by the chairman’s early March demands to 81 of Trump’s close associates and business partners for a range of documents, including material on Russia’s election interference and the president’s finances.

Trump has told White House aides to block the requests as much as possible, according to a senior administration official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss strategy.

So, Nadler wants to know the truth and he wants to see all the documentation, both on Mueller’s report and on Trump’s finances. The heat is on, both from Nadler and from Adam Schiff and many other Democrats. Trump can toss out all the derisive nicknames he wants to, Nadler is going to hold his feet to the fire. Watch.

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4 Comments on "Another Cheap Shot From Trump, Who Calls Rep. Nadler “Fat Jerry” Because He’s Threatened By Him"

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ADDISON
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ADDISON

Give me a fkn break, nobody is fatter than TenTonTrump. That long red tie ain’t fooling anyone, grandpa.

Lone Wolf
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Lone Wolf

And how old is this man-child? This egotistical and demented buffoon? He’s an assclown, he’s jealous of anyone and everyone that’s better than him, has more sense than him, more money than him, money they earned by the way, unlike him having it shoved up his ass by daddy to hide it from the IRS. that’s ALOT of people he’s jealous of. Get. Him. The. F*ck. Out.

Alfred Higgins
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Alfred Higgins

Ain’t this the two-year-old pot calling everything else black? tRump’s standard default ad hominem attack projecting his own personal deficiencies!

Kenneth M Sears
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Kenneth M Sears
The Nadler Hoax is one of the most cynical, corrupt, pernicious assaults on American justice and governance ever. In 1998 Kenneth Starr fulfilled his lawful duty as Special Counsel by delivering his report and recommendations directly to Congress. That was his job, by statute. From Wikipedia: “The Office of Special Counsel was an office of the United States Department of Justice established by provisions in the Ethics in Government Act that expired in 1999. The provisions were replaced by Department of Justice regulation 28 CFR Part 600,[1] which created the successor office of special counsel. The current regulations were drafted… Read more »