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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew SteeplesOur editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

Trumping Branson

Self-described ‘entrepreneur’ Sir Richard Branson sticks his oar in with regard to the US elections and Donald Trump; we say he’s just as ghastly

 

Anyone sane loathes and detests Donald Trump but in voicing his views with CNN’s Erin Burnett on this odious creep and wannabe President of the United States of America, Sir Richard Branson yet again scored an own goal and yet again illustrated his sheer pomposity.

 

Branson and Trump, undoubtedly very similar people, supposedly had lunch together once. Nobody forced Branson to attend but yesterday he appeared on CNN and branded Trump “bizarre”, “dangerous”, “vindictive” and “unforgiving”. He should have just kept quiet. His opinions on ‘The Donald’, after all, mean utterly nothing and are as irrelevant as his ridiculous mission into space. In fact, the megalomaniac Virgin founder’s descriptions could as easily be applied to his very self.

 

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Comments

2 comments on “Trumping Branson”

  1. It was actually Hillary Clinton who pushed extremely hard and used all her influence to nominate Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for the Office as President. Donald was to be used as a decoy to divert attention away from the Clinton scandals, it would have worked but Julian Assange put a spanner in the works. American politics is cesspool of deception and sleaze, extremely unethical with no ethos what so ever. I have never thought much of Richard Branson.

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