Burhop: What would be in the Trump presidential library?

Posted 9/8/22

Presidential libraries are actually museums.

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Burhop: What would be in the Trump presidential library?


Presidential libraries are actually museums.

They serve as histories of presidents' records, families, accomplishments, treaties and so much more.

I personally have visited many. Some are still works in progress. Many times they are supported and sponsored by political endeavors.

There is the Reagan library in Simi Valley, Nixon in Yorba Linda, Bush II in Dallas, Clinton in Little Rock, Obama in Chicago and others.

I see another opportunity for the former guy to work another grift on his clueless minions. The library could contain exhibits on the following: copies of subpoenas ignored, court cases lost, cohorts indicted, contractors stiffed, bankruptcy records, and here's the big one - the 30,000 lies that he told over the last five plus years.

Think of the former guy's possibilities to continue to bilk his misled followers.

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