Back in 2015 and 2016, before a giant art installation made of Saran Wrap, cotton candy, and toenail fungus somehow became president, Donald Trump pretended that his personal fortune made him immune to corruption.
Oh, that was a good one. First of all, he’s more corrupt than a Borgia pope. Secondly, the cheap bastard didn’t actually fund his own campaign. Not even close.
But he liked to pretend that spending liberally on your own campaign puts you above reproach.
Well, he did, anyway, until Mike Bloomberg, who’s far wealthier than Trump, started doing the same thing.
…..Mini is illegally buying the Democrat Nomination. They are taking it away from Bernie again. Mini Mike, Major Party Nominations are not for sale! Good luck in the debate tomorrow night and remember, no standing on boxes!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2020
And here was Trump back when he was pretending to self-fund his campaign:
Trump in 2020: Bloomberg is illegally self-funding his campaign!— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) February 18, 2020
Trump in 2016: "I'm the only one that's self-funding my campaign!" pic.twitter.com/MMYQqkr4Pd
Funny how that works, huh?
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