Trump’s trading cards?

This weeks FPQ from Fandango asks us…

What do you think of Trump’s digital trading cards? Do you think it reflects a sound business and/or political strategy? Do you think it’s ridiculous and is something undignified for a former U.S. President (and 2024 presidential candidate) to do? Or do you have no opinion one way or the other?

Well first off, I think trump is a maniac, and I don’t agree with him selling trading cards.

To me, its just a ploy for him to make more money!

Crazy, isn’t it?

Who in their right mind would buy them? Lots of stupid people it seems, since in his post, Fandango said that they sold out in one day, and made 4.5 million dollars for him!

Its disgraceful!

And very, very wrong!

Bad enough he’s trying to run for presidency again in 2024, but this too?

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “Trump’s trading cards?”

  1. I love Trump and voted for him twice. He’s the best president in my lifetime. We have the worst one now and I never thought anyone could surpass Jimmy Carter. Politics is a dirty business. The country is extremely divided and it’s such a shame. I think everyone has a right to their opinion.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  2. In my opinion, he is a grifter and this is one of his, both stupid and successful, schemes yet. Stupid as it makes him even more of a laughing stock than he already was, and successful, as he seems to have made a fortune on them. I’m not a big fan of Democrats, they are mostly owned by big business, but today’s Republicans make them look great in comparison. Today’s Republicans are just off the deep end, mostly wannabe fascists. I often wish I had been born into a more stable and sensible country.

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