Website lets you be a bigger blowhard than Donald Trump

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Trump did not win Iowa. Sound the horns!
Trump did not win Iowa. Sound the horns!
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The headlines that once elevated Donald Trump now predict his fall from presidential politics. If his second-place showing in the Iowa caucuses is an indication, the comedy will soon turn toward Ted Cruz.

Variety even magazine headlined one story: “Donald Trump: Is the Joke Over?” It doesn’t have to be, thanks to a website that lets you blow a loud trumpet in his face and send his much-talked-about combover flying in the breeze.

$50 price bump for Trump’s U.S. iPhones is just as realistic as his hair

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Yeah, we're pretty incredulous about your ideas, too, Mr. Trump.
Yeah, we're pretty incredulous about your ideas, too, Mr. Trump.
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Would you shell out an extra $50 for your iPhone if it were made in the United States?

Maybe, but getting consumers to pay more isn’t even the most unrealistic aspect of Donald Trump’s goal of forcing Apple to bring manufacturing back to America.

Donald Trump thinks he can make Apple build Macs in U.S.

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We don't know either, Mr. Trump.
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If he really wants the job, presidential hopeful Donald Trump should probably figure out what the office can and can’t do.

Trump showcased his continuing delusion of ultimate executive power to do everything ever at a speech at Liberty University today. And in addition to his lofty goals to construct a huge wall completely sealing off the border between the United States and Mexico (“Someday they’ll call it Trump Wall”) and build a military “so big, so strong, [and] so powerful that nobody is going to mess with us,” he also turned his attention to companies like that have outsourced production overseas to save money on labor and taxes.

“We’re gonna get Apple to start building their damn computers and things in this country instead of in other countries,” Trump said, apropos of nothing.

Trump’s dream: Bring Apple manufacturing back to U.S.

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Trump would love to see Apple move operations back to the U.S.
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Donald Trump has said that his “real dream” is for Apple, along with other U.S. companies, to bring their manufacturing back to the United States.

Trump made the comments during an interview to promote his new book, Crippled America. “We think of Apple as an American company,” Trump said. “But they make their product in China. And they have offices here, but China makes more money with Apple than we do, if you think about it.”

Love him or hate him, you must Paint with Donald Trump

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The polls don't open for several months, but you can express your feelings with art about Republican candidate Donald Trump.
The polls don't open for several months, but you can express your feelings with art about Republican candidate Donald Trump.
Illustration: David Pierini/Cult of Mac with Paint with Donald Trump

Just when voters thought the 2016 presidential election was a blank canvass, Donald Trump’s face started making a splash. Now you, too, can make a splash with Trumps face on a blank canvass.

The website, Paint with Donald Trump, lets you select from eight different faces of the billionaire Republican candidate and three different sized brushes, which clone his likeness with every click and drag.