Trump Issues Warning To Wall Street Journal

Whatever the Wall Street Journal is doing, they better STOP doing it right now. Or else Donald Trump is going to do something and those WSJ commies will know that something has been DONE, by golly!

  • MythicalBeast

    Threatening the free press is inherently un-American.

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      except in the new America…

    • ChrisMorley

      The WSJ is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, like Fox News. Free press?

      • MythicalBeast

        Fascist vs. Fascist, then. Point taken. Still, Trump, yet again, is exhibiting his characteristic character flaws which to anyone who values basic integrity and professionalism indelibly mark him as utterly unsuitable for the office of President.

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      Usually, they’re more subtle.

  • zhera

    What a testimony to US politics this carrot is!

  • bdsmjack

    They’re ‘writing badly’ about you? As in using poor grammar? Ghastly.

    • Gil

      He meant to say that they’re writing grunty or poopoo about him….

    • Yes it was ghastly. Apparently they wrote about last summer when he stepped on the ping pong ball at the country club during the finals.

      • PLAINTOM

        Can you imagine

      • Nic Peterson

        The very semi-finals! Ghastly!

      • Now Anon

        Well, he was playing WAY over his head.

      • jmax

        Biff and Muffy were simply mortified, I must say.

      • Acronym Jim

        Inconceivable! Oh wait, wrong meme.

      • Anastasia Beaverhousen

        You could practically write a book about it!

        • Larry Ft Pierce

          we sure are a clever bunch, aren’t we though?!

          • SD will

            I think books are so decorative!

    • Ali Gori
      • bdsmjack

        ‘Writing badly about’ is different than ‘spoke badly of,’ you stupid box.

        • barracks9

          Context. It’s a thing some people don’t grasp.

          • TrollopeReader

            Of course, it’s folks like Trump that complain about non-native speakers ….though when I worked in a European country, they spoke (and wrote) English much better than most Americans …. our “native speaking (and writing)” is not much to be proud of …. !!

          • Larry Ft Pierce

            My Italian friends and family all speak BRITISH English, as they learned in school.

    • Cattleya1

      ‘Writing badly’ could just be poor quality prose. The problem is he doesn’t cite whatever it was that set him off. Maybe they used some big words and he didn’t have one of his sycophants handy to explain them to him.

      • TrollopeReader

        He probably doesn’t take kindly to explanations.

        • Cuberly

          Oh gawd, can you imagine? His ADD is on a scale all it’s own.

          • lattebud

            Yes, you are so … squirrel

    • saucetin

      Same thought. Grammar yields to 140 character rule tho’. Not that I care to excuse the loser.

    • Gianni

      I noticed that and am glad you pointed it out. As smart as the Donald keeps telling us he is, he has fallen for that “always use the adverb” thing (as in feeling badly – What, your fingers don’t work right? You can’t feel things correctly?)

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  • Oscarlating Wildely

    In other news, The Trump Campaign just released his updates on the solar system with a note that Copernicus was wrong, gets bad ratings, and is a loser.

    • Webslinger
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  • Ed Burrow

    What a little bitch.

  • Robincho

    And will he then prevail on “summary judgment”? That was his favorite legal phrase decades ago, back when SPY Magazine was calling him a short-fingered vulgarian…
    The interregnum has afforded no change at all…

    • Now Anon

      Omg! I’d totally forgotten about all that. SPY was so fun.

      • Robincho

        Yeah, good times… For a sweet look at its sister publication, National Lampoon, check out the documentary “Drunk. Stoned. Brilliant. Dead.”

    • delk

      Here’s one, lol.

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      A Vulgarian? I thought I recognized him as the horrible Baron Bomburst from the barony of Vulgaria in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

    • grumpyoldman

      :Short-fingered vulgarian – I do so miss SPY.

  • Dave_in_PDX

    What an absolute dick!

  • BudClark

    Is that how he’s going to conduct foreign policy? By THREATENING countries??

    $3 billion (or $10 billion, or whatever he has) is a LOT of money, but NOT up against a country, if he makes them hostile by his BRAINLESS antics.

    • rayy

      Or what if he takes a disliking to say Iowa, for example?

      • BudClark

        If he’s elected President (Pastafarius help us!), he’ll have his finger on The Button.

        He’d probably nuke them.

    • TrollopeReader

      He”s taking lessons from Kim in NK ….. lots of bluster ….lots of “threats’ ….follow through??

  • Mark Ross


  • geoffalnutt

    Yeah! He’ll unleash a drone full of very loud bad taste.

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      while riding an escalator.

      • Robincho

        StairForce One…

  • bkmn

    What is he going to do? His usual response is to sue them but I think he is going to sic his hair on them.

  • anne marie in philly

    oh I bet the WSJ writers are just pissing themselves laughing at this assclown!

    • teeveedub

      I’d pay to see Peggy Noonan pissing herself.

      • james_from_cambridge


      • delk

        thousand drips of piss

    • Bob Right

      No their ad department is scared shitless he’ll buy a bunch of advertising and declare bankruptcy again……!

  • RJ Tremor

    OoooooOOOOOOoooooo. Trump’s scary when he threatens, isn’t he.

    • Gil

      Yes. sigh….yawn…..

  • Jamie_Johnson

    I get the impression that Donald is laying the groundwork for a run as an independent now that his numbers have begun slipping (and Carson’s have risen). He was one of the more vocal complainers during the recent debate, and enjoyed telling everyone how nasty the questions were, or how they were phrased. Yeah, he signed a “pledge” to support the Republican nominee, but he can easily squirm his way out of it by saying that it was predicated on the party and the press being “nice” to him.

    • Reality.Bites

      To what end? The only thing he could accomplish with an independent run is handing the election to the Democratic Party, while enduring a humiliating personal defeat.

      • thatotherjean

        Shhhhhhh. Don’t tell him. To quote Napoleon, “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.”

      • NedFlaherty

        The 13 Republican candidates all assume that their popularity among Democrats and Independents will be exactly the same as their popularity among Republicans.

        They’re wrong.

        None of them will ever see such “popularity” again. Their poll ranks will only decline once they start facing the rest of the nation. They have no idea how insane they all will sound to non-Republicans.

        Associating only with other Republicans just worsens their already skewed views about what other voters know and think and want.

        When the rest of the nation turns up its collective nose, the eventual GOP nominee’s walk-back reactions will be priceless.

        “But… but… but… Benghazi! Baltimore! Blumenthal!”

  • Slippy_World

    Imagine this A-holio with an army equipped with nuclear weapons at his disposal ?

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      Nice use of video clip but even more impressed with your avatar of Saints Sergio and Bacchus, a hot couple of Late Antiquity if there ever was one!

    • Acronym Jim

      Great! Now I’m imagining a nearly bald Beavis with a bad comb-over going around saying “I am A-holio” hehheh, heheh.”

    • clay

      That’s the back-story for those Mockingjay books, no?

  • meanwhile, Sarah Jane stole Susie’s pudding cup out of her locker when Susie wasn’t looking. Tommy touched his pole in the bathroom, and Bobby saw it, and got a video. Did you know Mr. Johnson smokes pot? i’m telling you, i saw him at recess. oh, and that Tump kid? what the hell is up with his hair? i thought his dad could afford a barber.

    • dcurlee

      Usually he could but gave little D his last million 😛

    • fuzzybits

      Didn’t we hear all this about the Harper Valley PTA?

      • Beagle

        No, Mrs. Johnson of Harper Valley was a widow. So there was no Mr. Johnson.

  • bryan

    Anyone who doesn’t follow orders, the mafia Don makes them an offer they cannot refuse.

  • Six Pins Delores

    TRUMP 2016!

  • james_from_cambridge
    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      I particularly like the last one.
      His response: You’re fired!
      Her response: No. I quit!

      • james_from_cambridge

        Trump: “Mexicans are coming over the border, raping our women…”
        “Wait…who turned out the lights?”

    • Eebadee-eebadee-thatsallfolks

      …and we have liftoff.

  • Buford

    ‘WSJ writes badly about me’… the irony is deafening.

  • worstcultever

    Most dumbass tweet ever. A toddler would be embarrassed. Gods, this country is SO circling the drain.

  • ColdCountry

    What’s he gonna do, sue ’em for telling the truth? Stay classy, Donald, stay presidential.

  • Stev84

    Very presidential

    But not surprising. He has a history of going after people who write about him. In 1990 he sued a firm to get an analyst fired. He turned out to be right about him going bankrupt:

  • dcurlee

    I’m sure they are shaking in their shoes. He’s gonna huff and puff and…..oh who am I kidding he’s just gonna huff and puff

  • Cherry

    Is the WSJ a loser of a newspaper with poor circulation? That’s what Trump usually loves to say

    • jmax

      And he “hears” they are about to fold.

  • lymis

    If he thinks the press is mean to a candidate, imagine how he’d feel if they treated him the way the right wing-press has treated Obama.

    • Ali Gori

      Right Wing Press?



    Hey Donald: Cover your ass when you speak.

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    If he had to put up with the crap Obama has put up with in the press, I’m pretty sure this asshat would drop a bomb on certain buildings. He’s got awfully thin skin for a person who thinks he belongs on the world stage. His grammar os also terrible.

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    The Wall Street Journal just not write pieces with the same journalistic integrity as Breitbart “News”.

  • greenmanTN

    Trump is taking a YUUUUGE dump on the American electorate, so why should the WSJ miss out? The good news? It’s probably gold plated. The bad news? It’s as full of shit as Trump himself is.

    • Octavio

      That photo reminds me of early Paloma Picasso jewelry. Her initial designs from the 1970s were droplets of pure gold that looked exactly like bird droppings you’d encounter on rocks and boulders above the mountain tree line. They sold like hot cakes.

      • perversatile

        I blame the crabs

      • bzrd

        They sold like hot shit

  • 41PC

    He will huff and puff and blow his combover over.

  • greenmanTN

    Am I the only one who’s really kind of HOPING Trump is the Republican candidate?

    • LovesIrony

      I, for one,am actually hoping carly Fiborina gets it. I would love watching Hillary demolish that lying hag

      • lymis

        I don’t want Carson anywhere near the nomination, much less the office, but I’d pay to watch him debate Hillary

    • lymis

      I’m just shaking my head at the whole Republican lineup, and how the hell the actual Republican Party can find any candidate among them.

      In order of recent polling:

      There’s Trump. Seriously, enough said.
      Then there’s the black candidate with neither military, government, nor business experience, And the Republican party is so welcoming to people of color. Any color.

      The next in line is a woman. Ditto the welcome from the GOP.

      The next two are Hispanic. See above.

      After that, it’s people who are polling at 2% or less.

      All of whom are constantly telling the Republican voters how awful all the other choices are and what damage they’ll do to the country.

      Of course, the last time, they ran a Mormon and managed to convince their die-hard Christian base to go against over a century of “but they aren’t Christian” programming.

      And this is the party that managed to convince the electorate that the sitting governor who is a Yale and Harvard grad, draft-dodging son of a former President and head of the CIA, was just a good-‘ol boy who was just folks, not like the elitist snob the other guys were running.

      So I suppose it’s possible that they’ll be able to spin one of these people into a candidate that the base sees as acceptable. I don’t see how, but they’ve surprised me before.

      With the spending limits off the table because of that abortion of a ruling from SCOTUS, once the gazillionaires realize it’s someone horribly unsuited to the office or a Democrat, they’ll hold their nose and start spending, and then all bets are off.

    • glass

      I want him to be the candidate, because I still believe he is trolling the Republicans. Trump goes just far enough to be a freak magnate, but not enough to fail. Someone is living “The Art Of The Deal”.

  • In the highly unlikely meetup between him and Hillary, he will make it too easy for her; easier than she deserves.

  • LovesIrony

    are they quoting you again donald?


    What a whiny little bully he is.

  • Cuberly

    ARGLE BARGLE, blah blah blah blah…Aaahhhhh!!!!!!! Me Me Me Me ME ME!!!!!

    • james_from_cambridge

      I need a very detailed explanation of what I’m looking at.

      • Cuberly

        lol…it’s an old meme, originally was part of a dance performance art piece.

        With the sound it’s even more appropriate actually. Trump wise I mean. Confounding.

        • james_from_cambridge

          I’m more confused than ever, LOL!

          • Cuberly

            Bingo! Welcome to today’s GOP! 😉



      • Cuberly


    • Ray Taylor

      Jeez he;s supposed to jump over it, Not beat it.

      • Cuberly

        The latest GOP IA polls. he he…..

  • justmeeeee

    by golly?

  • pj

    bet WSJ is thrilled. nothing sells papers faster than this jackass.

  • jmax

    “Unleash big time on them”? Hahaha. Oh Donald, you slay me. Wish I could return the favor.

  • Steven Leahy

    Joe, where do you find these poses? LOL

  • Duh-David

    So presidential.

  • TrollopeReader

    Rupert’s gonna hafta have another chat with his enterprises, maybe issue his staff with Trump duty-pay, or hazardous duty pay, or sumthin’

    • Ali Gori

      You’re obviously unaware that Murdock IS anti-Trump and has been advertising that himself all YEAR including his TWITTER FEED.

      You people think this is all fun and games the establishment IS NOT PLAYING.

      • TrollopeReader

        Oh, golly. Go vote for the Donald. Oh, and write a coherent concluding sentence, too. Maybe ask him to sell you a box of Humour, with a side of Understanding Sarcasm, and top it off with a Semblance of Wittiness.

      • lymis

        Anyone with the slightest self-awareness, concern for democracy, or bare common sense is anti-Trump.

        I’m not a Murdoch fan, and we’re probably anti-Trump for wildly different reasons, but holy cats, EVERYONE should be anti-Trump.

      • red-diaper-baby 1942

        What’s your point? That Trump’s tantrum is justified?

  • TexasBoy

    Dear Donald,

    Freedom of the Press is a constitutional right. Too bad for you.

    • Ali Gori

      Yeah he never heard that before. /sarc

  • Justin

    *This* is the man (using the term “man” loosely) who would hold serious power in his hands. If that notion doesn’t scare the fuck out of you, you’re an imbecile.

    • Necessitas

      Looks like He’d scrap the 1st. Amendment first! That should scare the crap out of the religionists especially. Of course, they’re too stupid to even see the threat.

  • Jack_Carter_USA

    He always goes on about how tough he is but throws a temper tantrum every time he thinks someone isn’t genuflecting to him enough. If he can’t handle stories in the Wall Street Freakin’ Journal without whining copiously, what makes anyone think he can handle Putin or ISIS or anything else?

  • TheSpinMonkey

    if someone got in his face he would cry like a little girl

    • red-diaper-baby 1942

      I hate that expression. Little boys cry too. And so do adult men and women, on occasion.

  • Steven Leahy

    What did he think would happen when he decided to enter politics? For such a pompous, self-indulgent windbag he sure is a sensitive title turd. If you can’t stand the heat, Trump, stay out of the kitchen!

    • TrollopeReader

      Oh he knows; has for years …. Being a blowhard, and suing, and threatening to sue are his major accomplishments in life.

  • Guest Guestie

    Would someone please teach this man (and Boehner and any other orange cretin out there) how to blend his foundation for a more natural look? I’m sorry BRONZER. God forbid we call it makeup.

    • Reality.Bites

      I’m sure he doesn’t apply it himself or style his own hair.

      The people who do must REALLY hate him!

    • i am loving the theory that there is a conspiracy brewed in the BGL among our fashion and image professionals to mislead various conservative assholes, from Kimchee to the Donald. misblending someone before a big media appearance and telling them “oh, you glow, Honey!” would be so much naughty fun.

  • Lakeview Bob

    Hey Joe. Love this pic of the old windbag. If I had hair I could almost feel it blowing.

  • ian

    WSJ is owned by Rupert Murdoch, who is opposed to Trump so of course the WSJ is being directed to write pieces critical of him. Murdoch, as we know, also owns Fox, which is run by Roger Ailes, who loves Trump because he brings good ratings, which translates to more profit for Murdoch. Murdoch’s opposition doesn’t run very deep obviously, so he plays both sides of the fence.

    • It’s schizophrenic. Oh the horror. Today’s gop.

  • DaddyRay

    Expect the Donald to become more unhinged as his poll numbers drop.

    • TrollopeReader

      yes. he doesn’t follow them, but crows when he’s #1 . and then still not following them — at all, starts bitching and moaning how skewed (have we heard that word this cycle?) and incorrect and biased they are.

      But he doesn’t follow the polls.

      • DaddyRay

        I can’t get past the feeling this is all just performance art – they know they can’t win on the quality of their candidates but they can try and distract everyone by monopolizing the media

        • TrollopeReader

          Yes, — like Rand Paul claiming he was going to “filibuster” the budget bill ….and wound up talking for 19 minutes.

          And much of the media is complicit in this, as they are rarely serious in their questions, and do zero follow-up, let alone say “hey, you’re wrong!” (much of the time).

    • Cuberly

      Yep, he’ll be gearing up to fire, sue, blame somebody.

      • Chucktech

        …or run as an independent…

        • Cuberly

          He sure sounds like he’s laying the groundwork for it. His disappointment with the RNC and how they “ran” the debates. Ha! Any excuse.

        • MichaelJ

          ..or, more likely I think, have an excuse to leave the race. I’ve always thought that Trump was more interested in having attention and getting his ego fed than actually becoming President.

    • rayy

      Maybe he’ll go Indie!

  • I thought the WSJ was part of the republican network. This is so confusing. Maybe Donald is nuts.

    • marshlc

      Oh, hell, they’re attacking Fox News as being left wing, now.

      The idea that it is the news’ job to ask substantive questions, and point out flaws in his platform, is something Trump has never grasped. Way back at the first debate Megan Kelly should have said “It’s not my job to be nice to you, it’s my job to put you on the spot so the public can see what you’re made of”.

      As if.

  • mizzourah

    Freedom of the press?? Overrated! Trump thinks he’s running for Mayor of Gotham City.

    • TrollopeReader

      SuperGirl should set him straight. (so to speak).

  • rabbit_ears

    Yeah thats sooo presidential. Good thing he hasn’t got a chance.

    • BudClark

      PRAY that’s so!

  • Dagoril

    “People are accurately reporting about me again, and I’m not going to stand for it!”

  • Paula

    I certainly see the resemblance.

    • “God, give me strength!”

      i so love that movie. now you’re making me want to go watch it again. damn you all to Hell. 😉

    • “God, give me strength!”

      i so love that movie. now you’re making me want to go watch it again. damn you all to Hell. 😉

  • DaddyRay

    It is about time someone spoke up

    • #PussyLivesMatter

      • DaddyRay

        Indeed, now if you don’t mind me I am going to bed

        • Jimmie Z

          It looks half-Chihuahua.

  • greenmanTN

    The entire GOP field is like a reality TV show, “America’s Got Politicians!” They might hit the right note every once in a while, but there is no evidence whatsoever that they can make a career of it!

    • DaddyRay

      I was thinking it was more like the Gong Show

  • Tom G

    They write badly.

    • DaddyRay

      The people they write about are worser /s

  • rusty57

    The mouth that roared.

  • Edmund Allin

    As everyone knows, the WSJ is the last holdout of true communists east of Pyongyang, so I agree with him.

  • JCF
  • Jimmie Z

    Off-topic: (Why can’t politicians talk about *this* instead?). When we talk about $120 Trillion, pretty soon it’s serious money!

    • Sam_Handwich

      well, it’s billion, not trillion. and the last crash indicated that big banks could have done a much more responsible job with risk management

  • Necessitas

    Shorter Trump: When I’m President, I’ll tell you news organizations what you can and can’t say.

  • Irish856

    Why do Republicans always attack the first amendment???

    oh wait… only part of it… They say they we are attacking the the first amendment… The religious part of it…. But they hate freedom of the press… the truth comes out.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Hollow man makes hollow threat.

  • goofy_joe

    I swear, this guy has the thinnest skin of all of those politicians on that stage.

    • Porkie

      Messiah complex…Its all part of the package.

  • MattM

    Is this what a Trump presidency will be like? “Speak well of me or else?” So much for freedom of the press.

  • DaveMiller135

    This has become tiresome. You want to be President, figure out how to handle the press. You adapt to them, not the other way around.

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  • NMNative

    Boring, loudmouth cretin says what?

  • FrancisMcGlitterbomb

    Honestly, I don’t care if Trump blows up the entire world during his first weeks in office, just please god don’t wear the red monster truck cap in public any more.