Ah, yes. The eternal question. And it’s especially relevant now that Donald Trump has graced the CPAC stage.
You know what doesn't help sell conservatism? Embracing an assclown like Donald Trump.
— Drew McCoy (@DrewMTips) March 6, 2014
Some people might think “assclown” is a little harsh. But no, it’s pretty darn perfect. While discussing President Obama’s lousy approval ratings, Trump dropped one heck of a bomb:
Trump talks about "the late, great Jimmy Carter." Carter is still alive.
— Sam Stein (@samsteinhp) March 6, 2014
Trump shout out to "the late, great Jimmy Carter"
— Scott Conroy (@ScottFConroy) March 6, 2014
You know you wanna see:
Needless to say, the news came as quite a shock to Carter’s grandson:
I pretty sure I would have heard about that. RT @eliasisquith: Trump seems to think Jimmy Carter is dead: “The late, great Jimmy Carter"
— James Carter (@JECarter4) March 6, 2014
Well, this is awkward.
Wait. Did Trump really just say the "late, great Jimmy Carter"? Wow.
— Ami V. Shah (@seenfromafar) March 6, 2014
Who had "Donald Trump implying Jimmy Carter was dead" on their CPAC Bingo Card?
— YOUR FRIEND AND MINE (@GeoffTebbetts) March 6, 2014
I think Donald Trump just meant that Jimmy Carter may be pregnant.
— FozzieBare (@Fozziebare) March 6, 2014
— Cupcake's Muffin (@BubbaManiac) March 6, 2014
Donald Trump just referred to the "late, great Jimmy Carter." So he's wrong about presidential births AND deaths.
— CC:Indecision (@indecision) March 6, 2014
— Hesiod Theogony (@Hesiod2k11) March 6, 2014