If there was anything to be learnt from both the Australian and US elections this year, it’s that, despite what our little inner city bubbles indicated, there are far, far more racists in the world that we’d be lead to believe.
— The Today Show (@TheTodayShow) November 23, 2016
“He’s not a team player at all. We can’t work with him, you can’t reason with him. You can’t give him advice, he runs his own race. That’s not teamwork. It’s just absolutely ridiculous.”
“He loves the limelight, he loves the publicity. I think the whole lot has gone to his head.”
Truly dismal stuff, if our passionate racist politicians can’t work together, who can?
“I start talking to him, laying down some ground rules, and then he says ‘stop, stop, don’t go any further otherwise I’m outta here. You can’t have a decent conversation with someone telling you ‘stop’ because they don’t want to hear these things.“He would make a very good senator if he could only take direction. I don’t think he likes my authority.”