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Donald Trump launches Irish ‘Make America Great Again’ hat – with one huge mistake (Indy100)

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26 thoughts on “One Job

  1. Daisy Chainsaw


    Not a yuge mistake. Trump decided to make the shamrock better. He’s improved it bigly by adding another leaf.

    Fake news!

  2. Spaghetti Hoop

    Gas the way they used Kate Middleton to illustrate the shamrock. Sure isn’t she a grand shamrock-shakin” cailín with echoes of the green glens of Ireland in her lilt.

    1. mauriac

      every year she(or one of the other parasites) pins some shamrock on the Irish regiments dog to mark Ireland’s national day.charming.

  3. DubLoony

    I really hope Irish America kicks back against Trump co-opting them. All immigrant groups over the centuries have faced brutal times from other groups, Hope US Irish remember their own experience and find common cause with other immigrant groups.

    1. Formerly Known As

      I saw a story about the Queens, NY, march will include Muslims.

      Definitely, the Irish want to be on the correct side of history.

    2. analore

      Ha, Fupp Irish Americans. I can’t think of one group I care less about, they’re happy enough to try defend the churchs mass graves and coming on our media spreading their hyper-Catholicism as though they bear some relation to our country and culture

      1. Starina

        and they meddle by sending over wads of money to the anti-choice and anti-marriage-equality campaigns as well.

        Their complete lack of Irishness is demonstrated very well by the use of a four-leaf clover – something Americans are obsessed with and the Irish couldn’t give a toss about except to sell four-leaf clovers laminated in plastic to Yank tourists.

    1. Anomanomanom

      They might spell and say it wrong but Americans especially NYC do paddys day much much better than us.

        1. Anomanomanom

          Better for me was, no drunk out of their mind teenagers, no fights and a proper parade for kids. And just a decent atmosphere all day, unlike ireland where by 6 the pubs are packed full of drunks.

          1. Drebbin

            No drunks? Think again. I spent Paddy’s Day in New York and I was completely hammered.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        Give me a parade that is 60% tractors, 25% kids from local clubs, and 15% weird local anomaly over that madness the yanks put on, every time.

      2. Kieran NYC

        American Paddy’s Day parades tend to be mostly marching bands, military/police and religion. It’s very weird and dull.

        Give me a papier mache headed Bono and a few dragons borrowed from the local Chinese community any day.

  4. Alastair

    I’d hazard a guess that the majority of US shamrock depictions are four leaf clovers. The conflation of ‘luck of the Irish’, ‘Lucky Charms’ et al with lucky clovers has been too deeply embedded at this stage to rescue. Trump’s cap people are just the latest in a long line. Damn him for his unique ability to get it wrong, not the commonplace stuff.

  5. Shane

    He’s charging 50 blips for one of these things whether they have shamrocks or clovers on them isn’t really the point, any clown that buys one needs their heads seeing to.
    Everything about that man and the morons that support him is just irritating at this stage.
    The sooner he blows up the world the better as I’m getting bored of all the build up.

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