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Jun 1, 2017 10:19 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

UPDATE: Valerie Smith Posts Apology On Facebook For Using Racial Slur

Editor's Note:

Click the attached video to see the video that was posted on Facebook by Lydia Bonner. THE VIDEO CONTAINS SOME STRONG LANGUAGE--Ed.

Jun 2, 2017 12:18 PM

UPDATE: Friday, 5:20 p.m.

In a Facebook post published on Thursday evening, and made public shortly after 5 p.m. Friday, Valerie Smith apologized for her use of a racial slur directed toward a neighbor, and in a call to Southampton Village Police, in August 2016.

"After meeting with neighbors and community members this afternoon, I realized that I want to say the following:

"I apologize for using such a hateful word last August, though I may have been justified in my anger, I should not have used that word. I am very glad that I listened to my neighbors, I did not understand how painful this word is to hear. My apologies to all whom I offended, Valerie Smith."

She also confirmed that she plans to attend the debate to be sponsored by The Press at the Southampton Arts Center on Jobs Lane at 6 p.m. on Monday. 

UPDATE: Friday, 4:15 p.m.

In a statement made on Facebook on Friday afternoon, Valerie Smith said she is, in fact, attending the debate on Monday.

“I never said I would not attend the debate,” Ms. Smith said in the Facebook post. “I said it is unfair to have a debate with the SH Press as moderators when you wrote a story that was grossly inaccurate. Clearly The Press, the Police (which is the current administration) does not want me in office. I wonder why.”

In a phone interview on Friday, Ms. Smith was given an opportunity to tell Southampton Press Executive Editor Joseph Shaw what was inaccurate about the story published last week, and she declined.

UPDATE: Friday, 12:05 p.m.

Valerie Smith said on Friday, that she does not plan to attend the Southampton Village debate being hosted by The Press on Monday, because she believes she has been unfairly portrayed by the newspaper’s coverage.

In a conversation with The Press on Friday, Ms. Smith said she acted out of frustration when she directed the racial slur toward the men in front of her house. That frustration built up, after enduring years of littering, people drinking in front of her house, playing loud music and directing insults at her—including calling her a “white bitch.”

“They have called me names. They have told me I don’t belong here, that it’s a black neighborhood,” she said during the phone call, pointing out that her use of the racial slur was a last resort. “I was civilized for five and a half years—civilized for five and a half years.”

Ms. Smith said she told a resident of the neighborhood at one point, “I made a mistake—I don’t belong here.”

Though Ms. Smith stated that she is backing out of the debate, she is still welcome to participate and a seat will be available for her on the stage, said Joseph P. Shaw, executive editor of The Press News Group, who will be moderating the debate.

ORIGINAL STORY:

A community meeting held in a park in the Hillcrest neighborhood on Thursday afternoon, prompted by racial slurs used by a candidate for Southampton Village Board, became an intense discussion when the candidate, Valerie Smith, drove past and decided to take part.

For 30 minutes, residents of the neighborhood challenged Ms. Smith to apologize and to explain why she used the slur, both in a call to police in August 2016 and with a group of black men in front of her house on Windward Way in connection with the incident. Ms. Smith, who is white, engaged with her neighbors on Thursday but declined several opportunities to apologize for her use of the word.

The scene was recorded via cellphone by Lydia Bonner and posted live to Facebook over approximately 30 minutes.

Ms. Bonner said the meeting was in response to the story in The Press this week about Ms. Smith’s use of the slur in a call to police, captured on a recording. Ms. Smith also acknowledged directing the slur at a man who was in front of her house on the night she called police.

Ms. Bonner, who lives next door, said her sons were among the men who were in front of Ms. Smith’s house on the night she used the slur.

“I couldn’t believe it. I talk to her. I was shocked that somebody who feels that way wants to be friends,” said Ms. Bonner, who teaches in the special education department at Southampton High School and works part-time at Southampton Hospital. She also is a state-certified chaplain.

“I get along with everyone ... my sons kept telling me she was saying racial slurs to them, but I kinda brushed it off ... thinking they were exaggerating ... until the story broke. And I was, like, wow … my boys were serious. So that’s when I started to help bring awareness to what’s going on.”

Bonnie Cannon, who grew up in the Hillcrest neighborhood and lives there today, said she helped organize the meeting by handing out fliers in the neighborhood announcing it. She said Ms. Smith’s decision to attend wasn’t expected, but also wasn’t unwelcome. “We didn’t know whether or not she was going to come,” Ms. Cannon said. “It was a community meeting, so the meeting was open to the community. Nobody said she couldn’t come.”

Ms. Bonner said she was concerned when Ms. Smith arrived at the meeting held in the park. “I was really surprised. I kinda got nervous,” she said. “That word brings out a bad side. She’s not sympathetic about it. It’s, like, the fact that we are telling you it bothers us—she still didn’t care about that.”

Ms. Cannon and others encouraged Ms. Smith to apologize to her neighbors several times, but she demurred each time. At one point, she said she didn’t know the meaning of the racial slur she used—though she also acknowledged using it to insult the men in the street. “That’s the part the community isn’t getting,” Ms. Bonner said. “She doesn’t get it.”

Ms. Cannon said the meeting was called to organize politically to oppose Ms. Smith’s election to the Village Board on June 16, and after no apology was offered, she and others plan to follow through with a voter registration and “get out the vote” effort to demonstrate that Ms. Smith is “not a person that we want to represent us in the community.”

“We want to ensure that if she doesn’t step down and apologize, she doesn’t win,” Ms. Bonner said, noting that many of the families in the Hillcrest neighborhood go back three or four generations. “We’re so close—[Ms. Smith] doesn’t understand, the community is like family.”

Ms. Cannon said there have been several incidents involving Ms. Smith making rude comments to neighbors of different races and ethnicities, and of disagreements over litter and other issues. She said her remarks about the condition of the house she bought six years ago, and the neighborhood, also offended the families who live there.

“She wanted to talk about how the house she had was rundown, whatever—it was a rehab house,” Ms. Cannon said. “You buy a rehab house, and you rehab it. People do it all the time.”

She also noted that neighbors complained about construction noise at Ms. Smith’s house, often early in the morning, and never complained. In contrast, Southampton Village Police said Ms. Smith has made between 100 and 200 calls to complain about issues in her neighborhood during her time in residence.

Ms. Smith has not returned numerous calls and messages since the story was first published online last week.

The Facebook video shows there was some shouting and tense moments, but for nearly a half hour the scene was remarkably civil, considering the nature of the disagreement. Individuals were given the opportunity to address Ms. Smith with their concerns and opinions, and Ms. Smith was allowed to respond. The tone was largely respectful on both sides.

Ms. Cannon—herself a former three-term Village Board member—quipped, “We’ve seen worse board meetings than that.”

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Well, for what's it's worth the woman is fearless.



By Frank Wheeler (1823), Northampton on Jun 1, 17 10:52 PM
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Or deliberately obtuse.
By dnice (2346), Hampton Bays on Jun 2, 17 10:38 PM
Thank you.

By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 3, 17 7:29 PM
Voters should also be aware that whomever is elected Mayor will have the opportunity to appoint someone to fill their spot on the Village Board. It does appear from letters in the SH Press that neither candidate approves of MS. Smith's language.
By metsfan2 (159), southampton on Jun 2, 17 3:53 AM
My language came after 5 1/2 years of abuse from black men, most who do not live here, partying in front of my house, dropping and throwing their trash on my property, and a whole lot of other disrespect. Like telling me White bitch get in your house. It was pure frustration and no help from the police or community members.
By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 3, 17 7:33 PM
It does not give you the right to call anyone, black, white, green or blue out of their name. After 5 1/2 years of the "abuse", why did you stay? You have been a problem the entire time that you have been residing on Hillcrest. You have gone as far as to pick up trash from the street and placed it on your neighbor's property, you peek through the bushes to see what the neighbors are doing. That's just plain ignorant! Now you want to play victim to a circumstance that you have created. You've only ...more
By l.ihampton (1), Easthampton on Jun 5, 17 1:47 PM
This lady is an abomination . She absolutely refuses to takes responsibility for her actions . It disgusting

hhtps://youtu.be/.p6SYfSH80vc

"Running for Office, Valerie Smith Called Her Neighbors 'N-Word"...So EITM Called her
Hot 97 radio station

KUDOS TO THEM !!!
By toes in the water (884), southampton on Jun 2, 17 6:50 AM
Ha, yes Ebro in the Morning. Rosenberg is right about Archie Bunker - he definitely shouldn't be anyone's role model.

It doesn't matter how complicated her situation is, her words and actions were unacceptable and she refuses to acknowledge this or apologize. It's mind-blowing.
By SH_Res (342), Southampton on Jun 2, 17 11:26 AM
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By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 3, 17 7:33 PM
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By toes in the water (884), southampton on Jun 2, 17 6:58 AM
Nice PR stunt. She's taking a page from Trump's book. Unfortunately for her, it will backfire because she's a Democrat.

Make Southampton Great Again!
By johnj (1019), Westhampton on Jun 2, 17 10:18 AM
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Wait a second.....Ms. Bonner is a teacher?
By Lets go mets (377), Southampton on Jun 2, 17 3:56 PM
Glad to hear Ms.Smith will not be going to this debate. Had she offered the explanation she does above originally, it would have gone a long way to explain what has happened here and she could have saved everyone concerned a lot of heartache. Still name calling should be avoided by all.

I'm wondering if this is also the dawn of a new policy at the Press/27east of intolerance of hate speech. Over the years the amount of anti-Latino posts in this comments section have been allowed to wallow ...more
By Toma Noku (616), Southampton on Jun 2, 17 4:27 PM
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By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 3, 17 7:35 PM
There's this thing called "social convention". Accepted behaviors, norms, and culture.

It matters not who cast the first stone. The neighborhood has certain social conventions, which have developed and existed for decades.

Is the complainant's issue an opposing view of existing, acceptable social convention in the neighborhood?
By Mr. Z (11659), North Sea on Jun 2, 17 9:37 PM
Ahhh, I often struggled to understand the Black Lives Matter argument that certain laws, public drinking for one, littering, petty theft, vandalism were actually a normal part of that community's culture, and enforcement of those laws was inherently racist.

Now I understand, we are not a nation of laws, but of "acceptable social conventions".
By MoronEliminator (215), Montauk on Jun 2, 17 11:50 PM
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By SlimeAlive (1181), Southampton on Jun 3, 17 4:52 AM
Well, the former lives up to his first name, as well as the latter. Nice stereotypes. As usual, you can't get it unless you're fed it:

"She (Ms. Cannon) also noted that neighbors complained about construction noise (during the community meeting) at Ms. Smith’s house, often early in the morning, and never complained. In contrast, Southampton Village Police said Ms. Smith has made between 100 and 200 calls to complain about issues in her neighborhood during her time in residence."
Jun 3, 17 6:29 AM appended by Mr. Z
Were there any citations issued by police due to the complainant's contact? Yes, or no?
By Mr. Z (11659), North Sea on Jun 3, 17 6:29 AM
Please stop giving this woman any more publicity. When someone is angry and feels it is justified to feel that way is one thing, but to use vulgar and racist descriptions is downright lowlife and not someone who deserves to be elected for all in the community.
By Infoseeker (279), Hampton Bays on Jun 2, 17 9:40 PM
Bill Maher referred to himself as a house ni**er on his television show last night. The world is seeing what democrats are truly all about. WHEN PEOPLE SHOW YOU EXACTLY WHO THEY ARE. BELIEVE THEM. Don't be fooled.
By SlimeAlive (1181), Southampton on Jun 3, 17 4:48 AM
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Suddenly you're "offended"? Aren't you in the crowd that abhors political incorrectness? Or is there some kind of double standard that applies?
Guess what? More than one black girlfriends in Maher's history.
By June Bug (2588), SOUTHAMPTON on Jun 3, 17 12:22 PM
NO DOUBLE STANDARDS JUNEY
By Ditch Bum (893), Water Mill on Jun 3, 17 12:58 PM
His black girlfriend pressed charges for racism and abuse. Don't be such a houseni**er. Lol. Just jokin'
By SlimeAlive (1181), Southampton on Jun 4, 17 6:36 AM
...without double standards, this wouldn't be a thing.
By loading... (588), quiogue on Jun 4, 17 6:37 AM
Suddenly you are NOT offended by houseni??er?
By SlimeAlive (1181), Southampton on Jun 5, 17 5:33 AM
She is wearing a shirt with a peace symbol but she only wants peace for herself and on her terms in her small solipsistic existence.
By Killerfrog (38), Southampton on Jun 3, 17 11:37 AM
too little way too late.
By xtiego (698), bridgehampton on Jun 3, 17 4:46 PM
Who the hell cares about this. The neighborhood is a mess . Has been for 50 years.. she moved there .. its her fault. Period. Put the house up for sale and get the hell out.. Don't call people the N word.
By southampton15 (7), southampton on Jun 3, 17 5:19 PM
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By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 3, 17 7:37 PM
There is no shortage of real estate agents in Southampton...
By VOS (1230), WHB on Jun 3, 17 10:30 PM
She and Kathy Griffin need to learn a lesson about consequences. It's a lame excuse when perpetrators try and back peddle to make them selves appear like the victims. It just adds insult to injury by spinning this around. This is what happens to people who wear pink cat hats. They go insane.



By Harbor Master (113), Sag Harbor on Jun 3, 17 5:19 PM
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By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 3, 17 7:35 PM
'Sociopaths rarely apologize. They never accept responsibility. If you confront one they will try to turn the situation around on you. Blaming you or whoever for the things they have done.They believe they are smarter than you. They have a grandiose sense of entitlement. They feel justified in doing what they do. They convince themselves that the person deserved it '.....
By toes in the water (884), southampton on Jun 4, 17 6:38 AM
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No doubt inadvertent on your part, but you just outlined one aspect of the disordered character of the man you put into high office.
By June Bug (2588), SOUTHAMPTON on Jun 4, 17 12:59 PM
I assume your referring to Trump...bc u seem obsessed with turning every article an comment into a political Trump bashing. Lady find a hobby plz....the Hospital needs volunteers.

By toes in the water (884), southampton on Jun 4, 17 3:18 PM
Truth is hard to handle, so best to respond by attacking the messenger.
By June Bug (2588), SOUTHAMPTON on Jun 4, 17 3:27 PM
LONDON TERROR RAMPAGE
LASTED 8 MINUTES
PEDESTRIANS MOWED DOWN ON BRIDGE
STABBINGS AT MARKET
'THIS IS FOR ALLAH'
By They call me (2788), southampton on Jun 4, 17 1:31 AM
TWO!
By Ditch Bum (893), Water Mill on Jun 4, 17 11:52 AM
The EU, June, CNN and ISIS, will figure out a way to BLAME TRUMP, or even Barron, for being BULLIES and meanies against their new fellow Jihadist:

Remember last month when the MSM, were madder and more focused on LEAKS, again deflecting and blaming Trump, than the Manchester jihadists.
Jun 4, 17 11:57 AM appended by 27dan
CNN in hour 4 was asking a witness "Any chance this could be an accident?" lol
By 27dan (2809), Shinnecock Hills on Jun 4, 17 11:57 AM
The leading terrorist in the world is on one of his golf courses as I write. Where he was yesterday, and 21 other days since his inauguration. (The same liar-in-chief who Tweeted: "If I'm POTUS I don't think I'd see any of my golf courses again. I just want to stay in the WH and work my ass off".) Meanwhile, there is no FBI Director, no US ambassador to London, only 5 of the top 53 jobs at the Pentagon have been filled, only 2 of the 16 at the Dept. of Homeland security, and the State Dept. ...more
By June Bug (2588), SOUTHAMPTON on Jun 4, 17 2:39 PM
Ah, but no mention of the fact that Muslim doctors are treating the injured. Muslim police officers ran into danger. How about keeping those facts in mind before you insult? It's Ramadan. REAL Muslims are fasting, praying, donating to charity, and coming together. Those terrorists are not Muslims.
By June Bug (2588), SOUTHAMPTON on Jun 4, 17 2:45 PM
Wrong again June. If you knew anything about Islam you would understand.
By Sturgis (605), Southampton on Jun 4, 17 4:07 PM
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CNN has gone from sick to totally depraved. The aren't reporting news, they are trying to brainwash viewers. I've cut the cord. I will not pay to have this filth pumped into my house.
By 27dan (2809), Shinnecock Hills on Jun 5, 17 7:54 AM
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While we all knew that Right-Wing racists and bigots hate CNN, it is now shown that moronic homophobes do as well - - - which makes it the obvious, go-to choice for unbiased, rational people of normal intelligence.

By highhatsize (4176), East Quogue on Jun 5, 17 9:13 AM
I am quite certain that the the male hosts on CNN and CNBC probably wear brightly colored panties as well
By 27dan (2809), Shinnecock Hills on Jun 5, 17 2:33 PM
Does not make them bad people High Hat we are just pointing out that they have a political agenda that is ultra partisan and not honest

Here is a sample of CNNs coverage....

Kathy Griffin: Displayed Bloody head of our commander and chief

President Trump: You're sick and disgusting

Melania: You have traumatized our 11 year old son

Kathy Griffin: The Trump family is bulling me.... snif sniff

now for our 72 hour 6 person far left partisan panel ...more
By Ditch Bum (893), Water Mill on Jun 5, 17 2:42 PM
Londonistan's mayor is practicing "Taqiyya" like the good Islamist he is.
Jun 5, 17 8:36 PM appended by Undocumented Democrat
Nobody with a brain believes these charlatan Radical Islamist- Sharia enablers anymore. Media, government, the whole lot is without a shred of credibility.Good Muslims in Europe , if there truly are any in numbers? should stand up to this cancer before It is to late to save there reputations! This is out of control!
By Undocumented Democrat (2032), southampton on Jun 5, 17 8:36 PM
That's EXACTLY what he's doing !!!!!!
By Sturgis (605), Southampton on Jun 6, 17 11:41 AM
I posted the truth about how I have been treated in this neighborhood, my comments were tagged and removed as "inappropriate content". Precisely my point and my experience here on Windward Way, inappropriate and uncivilized.

We are so lucky to be here in this country and out on the East End. It is shameful that we have these issues. We can easily resolve them.

If that word was so important for the black community why wasn't it released at the time it was said. Oh, that's right! ...more
By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 4, 17 7:57 AM
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Cont,
I was told shortly after I moved in and, over and over again, that "you do not belong here", "this is the black neighborhood", and "get out of our neighborhood". As well as "white b*tch get out".
Valerie Smith





By simpleglamour (18), southatmpon on Jun 4, 17 8:15 AM
The double standard is off the charts Valerie we will concede that to you.
By Ditch Bum (893), Water Mill on Jun 4, 17 11:53 AM
Regarding the issue at hand, certain communities have been dwindling over the past twenty years, one home at a time. It's already happened along the BH Turnpike, and now it's on-going in the Ninevah section of Sag Harbor. Tensions will always run high when changes come.

Despite the words which were said, hopefully there will be a good resolve. It honestly does not make any logical sense that Ms.Smith truly harbors hate in her heart, especially if she knew what type of neighborhood she ...more
By Harbor Master (113), Sag Harbor on Jun 4, 17 2:52 PM
15 mins just about up.
By SlimeAlive (1181), Southampton on Jun 5, 17 6:23 AM
The bond between CNN & Sharia is pretty clear, High Hat.... they both support totalitarianism. There's nothing at all "Liberal" about Fascist Fake News OR Islam. It's our way or off with your heads!

Western culture has been utterly demonized, deconstructed and buried... sacrificed upon the alters of Political Correctness, Multiculturalism, Globalism, and White Liberal Guilt.

In order to destroy a nation you first need to subvert and undermine its history and foundations to divorce ...more
By Ditch Bum (893), Water Mill on Jun 5, 17 2:46 PM
I am starting to think we should be more forgiving and give Hillary another chance and let her run in 2020
Jun 5, 17 8:09 PM appended by joe hampton
High Hat Size, June ,Mr Z all seem to think we are wrong so maybe we should get behind a Hillary for 2020 champaign so we can all take another look?
By joe hampton (3420), The Hamptons on Jun 5, 17 8:09 PM
I didn't liker her as a candidate in 2008 and I didn't especially like her in 2016 but as an American, it was the only responsible choice. I'm happy that I can say that none of the current situation is on my hands. Unfortunate for others though.
By johnj (1019), Westhampton on Jun 7, 17 1:24 PM
“You really want to know what I consider ideal company?,” Trump replied. “A total piece of @$$.”

~ Interview with Mark Singer, The New Yorker


Bona fide sociopath.
By Mr. Z (11659), North Sea on Jun 5, 17 10:27 PM
About the same time Trump allegedly said that in response to the question, "what are you thinking about when you are shaving in front of the mirror in the morning? Trump, appeared baffled Singer wrote. Hoping to uncover the man behind the actor’s mask, Singer tried a different tack: “O.K., I guess I’m asking, do you consider yourself ideal company," Bill Clinton was getting hummers in the Oval office. What's your point? More importantly, who is the REAL bona fide sociopath? And, ...more
Jun 5, 17 11:07 PM appended by Po Boy
To add, about the time the 1997 article was done, Trump was getting divorced. To that I say, good for Donald Trump! How desperate and pathetic have the Leftists become.
By Po Boy (5044), Water Mill on Jun 5, 17 11:07 PM
As usual, you hear what you want to hear and see what you want to see.


So, regarding the question of an interior life, I ended my Profile with the observation that Trump, who delineated three categories of his real estate offerings—luxury, super luxury, and super-super luxury—“had aspired to and achieved the ultimate luxury, an existence unmolested by the rumbling of a soul.”

~ Mark Singer


"It is not goodness to be better than the worst."

~ ...more
By Mr. Z (11659), North Sea on Jun 8, 17 4:27 PM
Still all butt hurt over the PIAPS losing the election to President Trump
By bigfresh (4590), north sea on Jun 6, 17 5:57 AM
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Wow Joe that shut them up, checkmate for the day.
By They call me (2788), southampton on Jun 6, 17 8:59 AM
Or perhaps we have better things to do for entertainment than engage with right wing cheerleading and justification.
By Mr. Z (11659), North Sea on Jun 8, 17 4:29 PM
That's the best you've got.....??
By Sturgis (605), Southampton on Jun 8, 17 11:32 PM
So with all opinions expressed, May I Just Say!!, Can't We Just All Agree With Peace Please!???!!!
By Danni (2), Hampton Bays on Jun 7, 17 11:44 PM
To listen or hear both sides, should be Golden!!?? Or should I say the grass is greener on the other side, as expected haha
By Danni (2), Hampton Bays on Jun 7, 17 11:48 PM


Donald Trump Poisons the World
David Brooks
JUNE 2, 2017

This week, two of Donald Trump’s top advisers, H. R. McMaster and Gary Cohn, wrote the following passage in The Wall Street Journal: “The president embarked on his first foreign trip with a cleareyed outlook that the world is not a ‘global community’ but an arena where nations, nongovernmental actors and businesses engage and compete for advantage.”

That sentence is the epitome ...more
By June Bug (2588), SOUTHAMPTON on Jun 9, 17 5:32 PM
That's what we LOVE about Trump. He's made the legal American taxpayer the priority. That's exactly how it's supposed to work.
By even flow (985), East Hampton on Jun 10, 17 7:14 AM
Competition is a good thing JuneZ and the last president we had was seemingly a product of the participation trophy school of thought. Thank God those days are behind us.
By bigfresh (4590), north sea on Jun 10, 17 10:54 AM
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The world was poisoned LONG before Trump even existed. I'd say it happened around 610 CE
By Sturgis (605), Southampton on Jun 10, 17 10:28 AM
but got much worse around 33 FDR
By joe hampton (3420), The Hamptons on Jun 16, 17 12:23 PM
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