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Great American Speeches as Delivered by Donald Trump

[This was written by reader Stephen Statler, who asked me to post it. Yeah, we are all suffering from Trump burnout, but this is pretty funny. Reading this, I could just imagine Trump saying these things. –iron]

Some time ago, I’m not sure how long, and frankly it doesn’t matter, our forefathers brought forth a new nation. Right here, right where we’re standing. Not in Mexico. Not in China. This nation was conceived in liberty. And it was dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. There’s nothing about women. I personally would have included women in that, because I love women and they love me. And, by the way, no one is a bigger fan of women than me. But that’s what it says — all men. But this nation right now, I’m sorry to say, is in the toilet. I’m sorry, but it’s true. We have to start winning. We’ve been losing for years. Losing to China, losing to Isis, losing to Mexico. China is devaluing their currency to a level you wouldn’t believe. Winning is the only way to make sure that a government of the people, by the people, for the people, never perishes from the earth.

I have a dream. Honestly, it’s an amazing dream. It’s probably the best dream ever dreamt by anyone. In my dream, freedom rings from the top of my tower, which is the biggest tower. The biggest. And there’s a bell. The biggest bell you’ve ever seen. Mexico pays for that bell. In my dream, the bell rings and suddenly every single child in America is not judged by their color. Why? Because they’re all white. Seriously. What’s wrong with white? It’s a simple color. It’s not even a color. It’s all the colors together. Like Benetton. I had a lot of good friends at Benetton. It went belly up. Those guys were wrecked, they were devastated. Why? Because they were trying to be politically correct. It didn’t work. They wanted to make everybody and everything “free at last.” It never works. I’m sorry. Nothing’s free. I wish it were but it’s not.

Vice President Rubio, Mr. Speaker, Chief Justice Obama. Thank you all very much. All I can say is, you made the right choice. Without a doubt. I’ll be the best president ever. Honestly, in the history of presidents, I’ll be the best. I’m doing it already. This is the best acceptance speech, the best inauguration. Why? Because there’s millions of people here. And I’m keeping it short. All those senators like Ted do in Washington is give each other speeches. I’m sorry, but it’s true. But I’m not going to do that. I’m only going to ask one thing from you. Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for me. Seriously, this country doesn’t owe you anything. It used to be the greatest country in the world. Now it’s a toilet bowl, and we’re going down the drain begging our country to save us. “Save me, save me!” Don’t ask what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for me. I mean it. What can you do for me? I’m the President. I’ve made thousands of deals. I know everybody. Who are you? You’re just some schlub going down the drain crying “Save me, save me!” Why should I listen to you? It doesn’t make sense.

What good is life if I have to live it in chains? Seriously, what kind of life is that? But the donors keep begging me. All those special interests. They’re begging: “Please, please, take our money!” But their money is made of chains. They want my liberty for their money. But I say give me liberty or, frankly, give me death. I’m serious. I’d take death over chains in a heartbeat. In a heartbeat. America’s in chains now. Every single one of us is in chains, and the chains are made by China. And we keep buying them. I buy them, too, they’re so cheap. But our chains have a little tag on them that says “Made in China.”

People tell me the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Decent people. But they’re wrong. We have a lot to fear. Like Mexicans. I love the Mexicans, they’re wonderful people. And they love me. But they’re rapists and murderers. So we need to build a wall to keep them out. A big wall. Fifty feet high. A hundred feet. And we’ll make them pay for it. Also China needs a wall to keep them in. Don’t get me wrong. I love China. Chinese people are the hardest working people. Wonderful people, with their families and their bowing and their “ching chong choo.” Nobody speaks faster. They get a lot done. But we’ve got to keep them behind a wall because they’re killing us. So we’ll build a wall, a Great Wall. And I’ll make them pay for it.

Honestly, my only regret is that I have just one life to give for my country. I wish I had more. Frankly, we need a lot more of me. Can you imagine 20, 50, 100 Donald Trumps? What couldn’t we do? A nation full of me, standing up to China? Standing up to Mexico? We’d win. I’m telling you right now, we’d win everything. But there’s only one me. However, it’s a big one, let me tell you. Big in all departments. Megyn Kelly knows what I mean. The truth is, the world couldn’t contain a hundred Donald Trumps. It’d explode. I’d have to negotiate with Donald Trump. And let me tell you he’d win. I’d be a winner and a loser at the same time. A paradox. The time-space continuum would explode. Ted’s wife would suddenly be hot, Jeb Bush would grow a pair. So I have only one life to give for my country, and I regret that, I honestly do. But let’s make the most of me. Let’s make Donald Trump the man every child in America aspires to be, the man with his finger on the button, the man with the nuclear launch codes. Let’s make Donald Trump the most powerful man in the world. Let’s make Donald Trump President and let’s make America great again!



  1. Beth wrote:

    Well done! I can totally hear him saying that stuff, too!

    Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 10:41 am | Permalink
  2. David freeman wrote:

    I wonder what would happen if Trump delivered a Sarah Palin speech? Would two idiots create genius?

    Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 6:40 pm | Permalink
  3. Dave,TN wrote:

    David, two wrongs won’t make a right, but two hard rights can make things hard on the rest of us.

    Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 9:30 pm | Permalink