Trump Word(s) For The Day: Nepotism

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s word: Nepotism

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Definition: The practice among those with power or influence of favoring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs.

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Urban Translation: Hiring your inexperienced son-in-law with no relevant experience and putting him in charge of half the functions of our government. Putting your miscreant sons in major campaign roles where their job apparently consisted of retweeting Neo-Nazi and skinhead memes. Giving your daughter an office down the hall where she can rest in-between meeting with the heads of state of countries she’s trying to do business with. Ignoring all of their unexplained and unreported connections to Russia and giving security clearances to people only concerned with self-interest.

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Next Word: Kompromat

Trump Word(s) For The Day: High Crimes And Misdemeanors

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s words: High crimes and misdemeanors

Definition: The charge of high crimes and misdemeanors covers allegations of misconduct peculiar to officials, such as perjury of oath, abuse of authority, bribery, intimidation, misuse of assets, failure to supervise, dereliction of duty, unbecoming conduct, and refusal to obey a lawful order. Offenses by officials also include ordinary crimes, but perhaps with different standards of proof and punishment than for non officials, on the grounds that more is expected of officials by their oaths of office.

Examples: Lying under oath, lying to the FBI, cashing in on the Presidency while still President, disobeying court orders, grabbing women by their private parts, selling the country out to Russia, threatening the Special Counsel, obstructing justice, tweeting.

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Urban Translation: Pretty much everything your lying, treasonous ass does qualifies. No pardon for you!

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Next Word: Nepotism

Trump Word(s) For The Day: Disgrace

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s word: Disgrace

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noun  dis·grace

Definition of disgrace

  1. 1a :  the condition of one fallen from grace :  the condition of one who has lost honor (see 1honor 1a) left in disgraceb :  loss of grace, favor, or honor brought disgrace upon the family

  2. 2:  a source of shame Your manners are a disgrace. He’s a disgrace to the profession.

Urban Translation: Disgrace (some words are universal), little hands.
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Next Words: High Crimes and Misdemeanors

Trump Word(s) For The Day: “Any Matters”

“They’re coming for your skinhead loving sons, your slumlord son-in-law, your worker abusing Princess daughter and most of all you.”

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s words: Any Matters

Description: “Any Matters” are the key words in the letter authorizing the Special Counsel to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential campaign, coordination with Trump campaign officials and ANY MATTERS that arose or may arise directly from the investigation.

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Urban Translation: They got you bitch. They’re looking at your skeezy financial dealings, ties to the Russian mob, conflicts of interest and the extra piece of bacon you stole at breakfast. They’re going thru the taxes you were hiding and your real estate deals. They’re coming for your skinhead loving sons, your slumlord son-in-law, your worker abusing Princess daughter and most of all you. If you fire Robert Mueller, even this Republican Congress will come for your ass. Can you say, “No way out?”

Next Word: Disgrace

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Trump Word(s) For The Day: Emoluments Clause

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s word(s): Emoluments Clause

Description: The Emoluments Clause refers to Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution. In addition to restricting members of the Federal government from accepting titles of nobility. It restricts members of the government from receiving gifts, emoluments (salary, fee or profit from employment or office), offices or titles from foreign states without consent of Congress.

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Urban Translation: Unless Congress says so, all the foreign profits coming into your hotels, golf courses, buying your steaks, wine and cologne will be considered a payoff. Highest on the list is the real estate deals with Russia that made you millions for which you sold us out in return. Mueller’s following the money and your bitch ass is going down.

Next word: Misogynist

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Previous Word(s): Under Oath

Previous Word(s): Impeachment

Trump Word(s) For The Day: Impeachment

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s word: Impeachment

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Description: A two step process in which the House of Representatives levels a formal charge (similar to an indictment) which is then voted on by the Senate. Under the Constitution this applies to the President, Vice-President and all civil officers of the United States. The grounds for Impeachment are “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.”

Urban definition: When the Republican House finally gets fed up they’re gonna call you out on your bullshit and send you to the Senate to kick your ass to the curb.

Next words: Emoluments Clause

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Previous Word(s): Under Oath

Trump Word(s) For The Day: Under Oath

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s words, “Under Oath.”

Definition: Having made a formal promise to tell the truth, typically in a court of law, under penalty of perjury if one knowingly prevaricates.

Urban Translation: Stop lying or your bitch ass is going to jail

Word for tomorrow… Impeachment

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