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‘You should be ASHAMED for spreading SMUT!’ – Amanda Carpenter DESTROYS Trump idiot on ‘National Inquirer’ story!!

Adriana Cohen is one of the stupider Trump-humping morons in existence, but she got totally burned by former Cruz spokesperson Amanda Carpenter for bringing up the “tabloid trash” that the National Enquirer has been pitching about Cruz supposedly having affairs.

Here’s her awesome response:

I have posted the entire exchange over at the Right Scooooop!!

“Whats out there is TABLOID TRASH. If someone wants to comment on it they can talk to my lawyer. It is categorically false. You should be ashamed for spreading this kind of SMUT, Donald Trump supporters should be held to account for it, and I will not be intimidated. I will continue to make my thoughts known about Donald Trump and I am NOT backing down!!”

Dayaammmmm!!!

Only a dumbass Trump-humper could hear her say “it is categorically false” and actually believe she didn’t deny it. But that’s what the maggots are doing on social media.

Amanda completely destroyed the babbling moron, and CNN’s Kate Bolduan chimed in, saying there was absolutely no responsible reporting on the tabloid trash. Of course, that won’t keep the cesspool of Trump’s worst and stupidest followers to keep pressing the idiocy.

Bolduan did a great job of embarrassing Adriana on her insipid accusation, but she should have kicked her off the program for that.

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  • Dick Nixon

    No mention of “black lists” I see. Odd that.

  • Dancing Queen

    So Cruz’s campaign manager buying the rights to the GQ photo shoot/Melania pics and then Liz Mair’s PAC using those pics to smear Melania as a whore not worthy of being 1st lady so “vote for Cruz” (actual words in the picture) = Cruz had NOTHING to do with it!!!

    But that Trump happens to know the guy who owns National Enquirer = Trump is 100% responsible for the story.

    How exactly are you #NeverTrumps squaring that circle?

  • What the hell are you talking about. That never happened.

  • Dancing Queen

    Oh really? GQ confirmed it.
    But lets just pretend that you are right that the PAC used a copyrighted picture. How is Teddy not responsible for the PAC but Trump is responsible for National Enquirer story.
    Logical consistency — try it.

  • alex_ward

    First, if Cruz’s campaign had any coordination with Liz Mair’s PAC that would be a campaign law violation. Second, it was not a Cruz aligned SuperPac, but strictly an anti-Trump PAC. They have said the Cruz campaign knew nothing about the ad. Third, National Enquirer has endorsed Trump and he is very close friends to the CEO of the NE parent company. Moreover, since NE is not a SuperPAC Trump can have direct contact with them. There are writers within NE who have said much of what they write is now being dictated by Trump and David Pecker.
    NE did the same thing when Ben Carson started threatening Trump in the polls and when Carly Fiorina started becoming a threat. This is beyond mere coincidence.

  • Dancing Queen

    God you’re naive or stupid. A “campaign violation” — bwahahaha. Oh no, Mr. Morals Cruz would never commit a “campaign violation.” But Trump knowing the NE guy — 100% guilty!!
    No wonder Cruz can fool you so easily.

  • Jorge Ravelo

    Dancing Queen, you are probably a Type B male in drag who has drunk too much of the Trump Kool Aid, besides being stupid.

  • Dancing Queen

    ooh, you got me — I’m a drag queen.
    Yet not one of you has been able to adequately explain how *knowing* a CEO makes Trump guilty when you defend Cruz because “it was a superpac!!!eleventy!!”
    In fact, you all are too stupid to even spot the intellectual dishonesty.
    Just like Cruz supporters do.
    Honestly, you wouldn’t be Cruz supporters if you could.

  • Pablo

    Easy. Cruz has nothing to do with Liz Mair’s Make America Awesome PAC. NE CEO Packer is Trump’s ready bitch and frequent jock sniffer, which is why #TrumpLovesPacker.

  • terrisarten

    Logical consistency? That assumes you are logical. You Branch Trumpidians keep saying that Cruz directed the PAC to use the picture. (Which I maintain is not much of an attack ad). You say his organization paid the copyright fees. You all say that Cruz has some magical deniability. Really? Both those accusations are criminal acts. The FEC will come down on Cruz faster than Trump can spray on his phony tan.

    On the other hand, Cruz and many supporters and non-supporters (who are anti-trump) look at the fact that Pecker (aptly named) and Trump are friends. That NE has endorsed Trump. That Ben Carson was viciously attacked with false claims by NE when he posed a threat to Trump. And several other outlets rejected this story as a reason for their conclusion that Trump and CO are involved in this story.

    The bankrupt Don is nothing more than a shyster. He can deny all he wants and his sheep can scream against Cruz, but it doesn’t change our minds. Trump has his itty bitty fingerprints on this mess.

  • jrterrier

    And super creep & rat copulator, Roger Stone (https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1986/06/16/the-rise-and-gall-of-roger-stone/d8ce308b-7055-4666-860e-378833f46e17/) is the only one quoted in the National Enquirer story saying he has no proof but believes it’s true.

    Stone is also a bigot who has been banned by CNN (http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnn-bans-trump-supporter-roger-stone-after-racist-tweets-emerge/)

    Stone is a long time friend of the Donald who was either fired or quit Trump’s campaign (http://www.politico.com/story/2015/08/sources-roger-stone-quit-wasnt-fired-by-donald-trump-in-campaign-shakeup-121177

    Stone still loves the Donald (http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2015/09/roger-stone-book-trump-bill-clinton-hillary-rapist)

  • jrterrier

    Where and when did GQ confirm that?

    1) Here’s a story by GQ mentioning the controversy that does not mention having been contacted by Cruz or any superpac. http://www.gq.com/story/about-those-nude-photos-of-melania-trump-from-gq

    2) And another story where the GQ photographer says no one asked for his permission: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/gq-editor-recalls-donald-trump-878336

    “We were bombarded by requests to shoot Melania,” says editor Dylan Jones, noting the billionaire’s eagerness for his wife to appear in the magazine.

    The editor of British GQ says Donald Trump was “very keen” to see photos of his then-girlfriend in the magazine back in 2000.

    “We were bombarded by requests to shoot Melania,” recalls Dylan Jones, editor of the publication since 1999, speaking to The Hollywood Reporter. “And so, given that she was obviously so keen to be featured in GQ, we came up with a rather kitsch and camp story for her to feature in.”

    One of the photos in question — in which Melania Knauss (she married Trump in 2005) lies naked on a fur rug and handcuffed to a briefcase in a private jet — resurfaced earlier this week, sparking a particularly ugly war of words between the Republican GOP candidate and rival Ted Cruz.

    Found by a pro-Cruz super PAC, the image featured prominently on an ad that invited viewers to “Meet Melania Trump Your Next First Lady,” part of an attempt to dissuade potential Trump voters in the Mormon community.

    Trump hit back, but directly at “Lyin’ Ted Cruz,” warning that he would “spill the beans” on his rival’s wife Heidi. In response, Cruz called the property mogul a “sniveling coward” and that he should “leave Heidi the hell alone.”

    The super PAC Make America Awesome could well have used any of the other photos that featured in the published shoot, entitled “Sex at 30,000 feet” and taken by the New York-based fashion photographer Antoine Verglas.

    Alongside the nude image, others include Melania perched on a wing of the 727 in red underwear while holding a silver revolver, lounging inside the plane wearing a very revealing top and opening a briefcase full of jewelry (and holding that revolver again), and straddling the pilot seats in the cockpit wearing a near-transparent dress and curious futuristic headpiece.

    “It was in Trump’s own plane, which was parked at LaGuarda airport,” Verglas tells THR, adding that the shoot idea was for a “James Bond girl” story. “He was kind enough to let us use it. I guess he was trying to help her modeling career.”

    Verglas, who went on to photograph Melania in Mexico for Sports Illustrated and elsewhere for various other publications, says that the GQ shoot was one of the “more racy” ones (although the Sports Illustrated one was “also pretty sexy”).

    Naturally, Trump himself was very interested in the shoot. Although he wasn’t present on the day, he requested that photographs be delivered to his office.

    “We framed the cover and a selection of prints and sent them as soon as we could,” says Jones.

    Trump’s presidential ambitions weren’t exactly secret back in 2000, and as part of the accompanying interview Melania discusses the possibility of her becoming first lady, saying “why not?” and that she thought “every woman would like to be.”

    Should Trump be elected, Melania will be in the unique position of being the only ever U.S. president’s wife to have stripped for a magazine. But despite the potential for raised eyebrows among the more conservative Republicans, Verglas — who also shot naked photos of former French first lady Carla Bruni in her modeling days — believes she is equipped for the job.

    “She’s a very educated person, she speaks seven languages and has as much beauty as Carla Bruni had,” he says. “I think she definitely has the potential to be a beautiful and smart and caring first lady.”

    Alongside the increasingly playground-like tussle between Trump and Cruz, the re-emergence of the nude photo has actually angered Verglas.

    “I never gave any approval for this image to be used anywhere else but GQ in the U.K. It puts me in a very weird situation as I have to protect my intellectual property and the privacy of Melania Trump,” the photographer says, adding that he’s already talking to his attorney. “I don’t want those pictures to be used in certain ways which are inappropriate.”

    As for British GQ, the magazine has seen record traffic to its website, which had the most readers in a single day since launching when the spat over its images erupted.”

  • Dancing Queen

    Ha! That’s your logic — right?
    Honey, Dunning Kruger effect. Google it. You suffer from it.

  • terrisarten

    Your delicate sensitivities are exposed in your comments.

  • Dancing Queen

    Whatever helps you sleep at night, toots

  • terrisarten

    I sleep great, thanks.

  • Dancing Queen

    That’s what I just said, genius.
    No wonder you’re fooled so easily.

  • Das Ende

    GQ didn’t even own the rights, the photographer did, and still does. This is all common knowledge for anyone that isn’t a simple little partisan. But by all means, continue. There isn’t much that is more comical to me than a condescending person without a clue.

  • Dancing Queen

    Simple — coming a week later to a dead thread to post fairy tales that anyone with even a modicum of understanding of publishing rights can see though to make themselves feel smart.
    One of us is a stupid little partisan, but it isn’t me.
    Projection — the one thing the Cruz supporters are good at.

  • Das Ende

    So you fail at math too. You been responding to replies all week. And it took you all of 20 minutes to reply. Don’t be mad at me that his inconvenient fact decided to show up on your thread. Start telling the truth, as if you know it, and you don’t need to worry about such things… And making an asinine assumption about who I do or don’t support exposes you as a simple little creature.

  • Das Ende

    PS: Enlighten us on publishing rights. This should be quite comical, as you clearly don’t have a clue about the matter.

  • Dancing Queen

    I’m not your teacher or you mommy. Go to one of them for the help you so desperately need.

    PS that’s not the proper use of a post script.