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Donald Trump's thoughts on the NHS

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After his inauguration, billionaire optimist Donald Trump was asked for his thoughts on Brexit.

'It’s gunna be beautiful' he said. He then formed an 'O' shape with his thumb and index finger, made the face of a man who’s just had a boiled sweet pushed up his bum and said 'Just beautiful'.

He was then asked what he thought about the humanitarian crisis in the NHS: 'beautiful', GP practice closures: 'beautiful', an overstretched A&E service: 'beautiful', woeful inadequacies in social and nursing home care: 'beautiful', a demoralised and over-regulated profession:'beautiful', and so on. 

It seems that wearing a toupee spun out of cobwebs and more money in the bank than Eritrea makes you confuse the word 'beautiful' for the word 'shite'; a tactic which has been used by the Conservative party for decades.  

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  • Beautiful(I have my own hair and not much money in the bank).

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  • The Conservative party are full of beautiful people.

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  • Trump has little grasp of most complex ideas. He is a bully who had the fortune to start with a fortune and has acted as a sociopath for decades - refusing to pay and then grinding people down with lawsuits, having entities declare bankruptcies when required - after asset stripping.

    He intends to Make America Great again - something massively more complex than the NHS.

    I don't really see how the Conservatives come in to this. Are we now going to blame them for Labour's PPI schemes?

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