If there’s one thing that the whole world bar 40-some percent of America can agree on, it’s that the last week has seen Donald Trump prove repeatedly that he is not ready or capable of being an effective leader of the free world and President of the United States of America. This week might be the worst week any presidential candidate has ever had during a campaign and it still won’t convince his base to change their votes.
So since it’s Sunday, that means we should get down to the links. Let’s kick off with Anna Kendrick who is starring in Trolls. If ever there was a more appropriately named movie for this presidential election, I don’t know what it could be.
The New York Times have obtained Donald Trump’s 1995 tax return and found that he claimed a $916 million loss that year that he could be carrying forward to avoid paying taxes. So how does losing nearly a billion dollars make him smart? (New York Times)
This massive loss along with his appeal concentrated among low-income and less educated voters could all be hurting the Trump brand. (Fortune)
For the first time in its history, USA Today gave voting guidance with its denouncement of Donald Trump saying no one should vote for him. (USA Today)
Adding to the fuel on the Trump Foundation fire, the Foundation isn’t actually certified to solicit donations. (Washington Post)
Meanwhile, Trump’s company violated the US trade embargo with Cuba to see if there was investment opportunities in the country. (Newsweek)
Have you heard of the Dunning-Kruger effect? Put simply, it states that some stupid people are too stupid to realize that they are stupid. Welcome to Donald Trump and his campaign. (Salon)
This ties in perfectly to the last week were Trump continues to demonstrate that he is unfit for the presidency. (Vox)
Trump is going after Hilary Clinton over her husband’s infidelity but he’s got a track record of that too. (Huffington Post)
Meanwhile, Trump has been named in a child rape lawsuit. (Death and Taxes)
But this shouldn’t surprise anyone since Trump once defended statutory rape. (The Daily Beast)