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Chris Hayes: Why ‘Make America Great Again’ was a con

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Chris Hayes, in no uncertain terms, lays out how America arrived at being the laughing stock to the rest of the world because of Trump's doings or the lack thereof.

Chris Hayes lays it out on Trump

Watch the full episode here.

Chris Hayes points out an inconvenient truth. 'Make America Great Again' was a con. The fact that the Trump folks are using the term Make America Great Again Again is proof positive of its failure.

Hayes went on to make the point that Trump's words were the ultimate projection. During the 2016 election, Trump said America was in shambles. But it wasn't. Under Trump. America is in fact in shambles.

Trump said then that America was the laughing stock of the world. It was not true then. It is now. And the leaders of the world do not hide in their laughter.

Hayes points out that while the rest of the world fulfilled the requirement that would be needed to get back to some sort of normal, Donald Trump was an incompetent failure.

Listen to the entire clip. Hayes was masterful in the deserved takedown.


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