According to sources Trump has Secret Service “fluffers” who insist people only say nice things as he enters a room to protect his fragile ego.

By |2018-08-16T08:41:24-08:00August 15th, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , , |22 Comments

Poor little presidential snowflake. 

Courtesy of Newsweek:

Speaking in an interview with Morning Joe on Wednesday, the TV personality and pundit, who has moved in similar circles to President Trump, said he has been told that Trump needs to hear positive things when he enters a room.

“Donald is all about being loved… and he’s got his 40 percent now he’s going to turn and be Ronald Reagan and he’s going to have everybody because that’s what he wants… and he’s done the opposite,” Deutsch said in a discussion of whether the president had acted like a dealmaker since taking office, suggesting that he had been surprised by Trump’s behavior.

“An interesting anecdote that somebody told me when they were at his country club in Bedminster that Trump was about to walk into the room and some of the Secret Service guys came up to the people he was going to see and said, ‘hey when you see the president, say positive things, you know, pump him up,” Deutsch continued.

“They were basically fluffers in the room, in effect. I just said that word. Didn’t I? Metaphorically, of course,” he added, in a reference to the role of “fluffer” on adult film sets, which involves ensuring male stars maintain an erection prior to filming.

“Donald Trump is at the point he’s so fragile and cannot ever, ever be in any interaction, in any exchange in any room that’s just not pure lionization, canonization, and it defies any left-brain logic,” he added.

I am not a fan of Donny Deutsch, but I know he is friends with Michael Cohen, and other Trump insiders, so I believe he knows what he is talking about here.

Can you imagine being so thin-skinned that you could only face a crowd of people willing to kiss your ass and genuflect in your direction?

This is why Trump keeps holding those Nazi-like rallies because he is so desperate for positive reinforcement and so terrified of receiving a truthful response from a non-sycophantic crowd. 

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  1. Anonymous August 15, 2018 at 4:50 pm

    My kingdom for a shepherd’s crook.

  2. USA August 15, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    So sick of this weak ugly person. A moron with bleached out hair, false teeth, dry pale thin lips, flat azz and disgusting slob LIAR. Go away don john rump, you fake, fraud illegitimate pos. America does not like a nasty dirty lousy business failure and thief. Time to go bozo. Indictment, conviction, sentence.

  3. Anonymous August 15, 2018 at 5:02 pm

    Typical of a narcissist. Those types of people have the biggest downfalls when things turn out wrong in their lives. That’s why he fights mean and desperate so that he doesn’t have to wake up and smell that the world doens’t validate him as he want. No, Donald. To us you are a loud mouth spoon fed cry baby and bully. You are a cult leader. And there were just enough crazies in our country to need you and they chose you for their purge. Sadly, you screwed them cuz most of them are on medicaid for their mental illness.
    The world will see who you are eventually. You are not God. You are the opposite.

  4. $BM August 15, 2018 at 5:40 pm

    “In the pornographic film industry: a person employed to stimulate a male actor to ensure that he has an erection when required. Hence: a person employed to prepare or warm up an audience for another act.”<fluff

    • Chris August 16, 2018 at 4:43 am

      Where can I apply?

  5. ANONYMOUS August 15, 2018 at 6:40 pm

    ” get lost!’ ““Back in 2003-05, a memo was created within the IRS noting who was permitted to participate in ‘insider trading,’” the whistleblower, whose time at the IRS was confirmed by the Post, wrote to the reporter. “The memo noted that all IRS employees in the executive branch and those one step below were permitted to participate.”
    New York Post business reporter John Crudele wrote that a former IRS employee came forward with the claim last week. When he contacted the IRS for comment about the potential scandal, he was “essentially told to get lost.” ““My boss’s supervisor had planned on informing his manager, who then could contact members of Congress so they could invest and profit from this information,” “It was a way of securing a comfortable job on one of the boards like the Smithsonian once they retired.”

  6. Anonymous August 15, 2018 at 7:28 pm

    FCC Shuts Down Alex Jones’ Flagship Pirate Radio Station In Texas
    Liberty Radio had broadcast the far-right conspiracy theorist’s show without authorization for years.

    The Federal Communications Commission has forced a pirate radio station off the air that had served as far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ flagship in Austin, Texas.

    The station, Liberty Radio, was also slapped with a $15,000 fine after operating from an apartment complex without federal approval since at least 2013, according to the Austin American-Statesman. The owners of the building have refused to pay the penalty, saying they are “not subject to the jurisdiction of the FCC,” according to court filings obtained by the newspaper. It’s unclear if the shutdown is permanent.

    The FCC, which manages the nation’s radio licenses, said agents were able to track down the rogue transmissions to a building owned by Walter Olenick and M. Rae Nadler-Olenick, who are named as defendants in a lawsuit filed Aug. 10 in federal court.

    The building has a 50-foot tower that had broadcast audio on the 90.1 FM wavelength until at least December of last year, although the station’s programming still streams online. Aside from Jones’ show, Liberty Radio also aired programs including “The Vaccine Myth,” “War Room” and “Power Hour Nation,” according to

    Bans don’t seem to be lessening reach of Alex Jones, InfoWars

  7. Anonymous August 15, 2018 at 11:07 pm

    The organizer of the Charlottesville rally just got humiliated by his own father
    “Get out of my room,” Jason Kessler’s father said to him during a live stream.

  8. Anonymous August 16, 2018 at 4:38 am

    These are the same guys that are suppose to take a bullet for him, how demeaning. then again they get to go golfing every week end.

    • viv August 16, 2018 at 5:29 am

      It’s a total lack of professionalism that they’re acting like his servants, it should make no difference to any of them that he’s a PITA 24/7. Are they protecting the President of the United States or some weird bad-tempered orange dude?

    • Anonymous August 16, 2018 at 8:34 am

      I wonder if he made them sign a loyalty pledge !!! How about an NDA for the hooker visits?

  9. Skunkcabbage August 16, 2018 at 6:30 am

    This is why Trump doesn’t do press conferences. He likes to drop twitter bombs and get everybody upset and talking about the horrible thing he just said – he loves that. But if bombarded by tough questions from the press asking him to defend himself, accusing him, well that is narcissistic injury and must be avoided at all costs.

    • Anonymous August 16, 2018 at 8:36 am

      He doesn’t do press conferences because he can’t answer the questions. He has no clue what is going on beyond his slogans. He signed the bill ( John McCain bill) and didn’t even know there was a clause in it about russia and crimea. Now he wants to back track on it.

  10. anon August 16, 2018 at 6:41 am

    OT “He went on to explain that Burnett is on the MGM board and that he and other board members are worried about the scandal involving these tapes. According to Arnold, the FCC requires that any conversation between a producer and host be filmed, because “The Apprentice” was technically a game show. So, MGM has tons of footage of Trump saying any manner of obscenities.

    He doesn’t expect the tape to become public unless someone other than Burnett finds it and releases it. Burnett, according to Arnold, is “Trump’s best friend” and will do whatever he can to help.

    The comedian rattled off the president’s political atrocities from the birther movement to the immigrant children in cages and said that those at MGM could help bring down Trump, but they won’t.

    “Mark Burnett could do something. He does nothing,”

  11. Guurssk August 16, 2018 at 7:34 am

    But, what is the alternative right now? We’re stuck with a mad man in control of the nuclear button. I say keep him fluffed until we can get him out. The whole world depends on it.

  12. Anon August 16, 2018 at 8:40 am

    “One former Trump White House official said that Trump’s fury at Omarosa was setting him on a “death spiral” similar to the one that engulfed his campaign in the summer of 2016 when he attacked a Gold Star father who was critical of his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States.

    Two former White House officials also tell Sherman that Omarosa has been masterful in the roll out of her book, as it seems her every move is designed purposefully to make Trump explode with rage.

    “She is doing everything perfect if her ultimate goal is to troll Trump,” one official explained.” [OVER – DOSING HIM}


    ” (It’s unclear what law Trump believes she broke.) Another Republican recounted how over the weekend Trump derailed a midterm-election strategy session to rant about Manigault Newman’s betrayal. In an effort to change the narrative, the White House announced yesterday that Trump had revoked former C.I.A. director John Brennan’s security clearance.”
    ” “He’s known her for 15 YEAR$ and thinks it’s a personal betrayal,” the former West Wing official said. Others said Manigault Newman’s well-oiled media rollout ignited Trump’s fury. “She is doing everything perfect if her ultimate goal is to troll Trump,”
    {more then 15 minutes for sure}
    “One longtime Trump friend said Trump is so reactive to Manigault Newman’s book because he instinctively TRUSTs women more than men.
    Throughout his career, he has allowed women to get close to him, from his early assistant, Norma Foerderer, to Rhona Graff, to Hope Hicks.”OK?!

    add this

    “In private conversations with President Trump before his first Omarosa eruption, advisers counseled him to hold his tongue.

    What we’re hearing: Several told him to ignore her and that engaging would only boost her book sales. Trump said privately that First Lady Melania Trump had advised him to stay above it. But they knew he wouldn’t be able to resist.”And they were right. Trump’s reality TV background, always a subtext of his approach to governing, this week became the dominant sensibility as he and his aides repeatedly engaged the celebrity villain from his “Apprentice” days:

    Trump tweets about the former communications director for his Office of Public Liaison: “When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!”
    Even Trump defender Geraldo Rivera scolded the president for that one: “Fear my friend @realDonaldTrump undermines himself by using intemperate, boorish language to describe his enemies. I can’t stand @OMAROSA a bully, back stabber & big mouth. But to call her a ‘dog’ & ‘low life’ is beneath dignity of the office of @POTUS & open to ugly connotation.”
    The enemy of my enemy … To bolster his case against O, Trump retweets Michael Cohen, the former fixer who turned on him and released an audio clip of Trump discussing hush money. Cohen tweeted: To “the many dozens of #journalists who called me, questioning @OMAROSA claim in her new book that @POTUS @realDonaldTrump took a note from me, put it in his mouth and ate it…I saw NO such thing and am shocked anyone would take this seriously.”
    “Trump’s campaign arm … filed a complaint with an arbitrator, accusing former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman of violating a 2016 confidentiality agreement with her tell-all book and publicity tour.” (NPR)
    And then, in response to Sarah Sanders’ inability to issue a blanket denial on Omarosa’s most incendiary allegation, the cable news banners …
    A current White House official told us: “From the folks I’ve talked to (and I know I feel this way), it’s honestly more of true disappointment that she did this.”

    “Not because she’s some pillar of integrity … but because at the end of the day, she was in the trenches with us.”
    “[I]t’s truly a bummer to think anyone can turn on so many people, so quickly.”
    “And … she’s clearly enjoying it.”
    The big picture, from an outside West Wing adviser: “Friends and allies are unfazed by the chaos around Omarosa, stunned by his retweeting Cohen … and fearful about Manafort rolling over.”

    Omarosa ends her three pages of acknowledgments: “To God be the glory!””<AXIOS

    • anon August 16, 2018 at 11:15 am

      “It’s typical behavior. When you shake them white folks, they will come for your character, and when that doesn’t work, they will try to take everything from you. Never forget that it was a black woman who gave a new layer to the notion of “receipts.””
      “Maybe she’s opportunistic. Maybe she’s just trying to survive. Maybe she’s power hungry and vindictive. So are lots of politicians. The difference is that she’s a black woman. Black women, even the ones with terrible politics, know to hold on to things. We know the dogs will come running after you when you defect — no matter how loyal you were during your time on the plantation.”

  13. RIP August 16, 2018 at 10:38 am

    ‘ Given the fact that there is a crisis swirling around this president over the potential existence of a tape of him calling African-Americans the N-word, it wasn’t the best decision for Trump to point out that Aretha Franklin once “worked for him.”

    Trump’s two impulses of racism and bragging are always there, and even on a day when the country mourns the loss of an American icon, Donald Trump has to say something that will both self-promote and divide.”

  14. Anon August 16, 2018 at 12:42 pm
  15. anonymous August 16, 2018 at 12:55 pm

    ‘Steve Schmidt calls Trump’s move to strip security clearances “an abuse of power by a President who shows his tendency towards his autocratic fetish with increasing frequency.”
    12:15 PM – Aug 16, 2018’

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