Internet Responded After Fox News Said Trump Is A “Blue Collar Worker With Money”

Well, that's the funniest thing we've heard in a while.

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Donald Trump is nothing more than a spoiled, white rich kid who grew up into a spoiled, white narcissist. To think that Donald ever really, truly worked for a damn thing in his entire life is as laughable a concept as believing that he’s the least racist person to ever live.

He grew up on daddy’s bank account until he finally learned to con folks out of their actual hard-earned money all on his own. For fuck’s sake, the man has owned a golden toilet. “Blue-collar” is as big an antithesis to Donald Trump as “kind,” “generous,” or “accepting” would be.

Yet, good ole Trump-loving Fox News still labeled him as just that — a “blue-collar” man. Or, rather, a “blue-collar guy with money.”


Go ahead and cue the fits of laughter now.

Fox & Friends anchor Ainsley Earhardt took the opportunity recently to discuss a comparison between President Trump and Democratic 2020 hopeful and former Vice President Joe Biden — where they attempted to explain why both candidates hold so much appeal for American voters after Biden took the lead over fellow Democratic 2020 hopefuls Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, and Elizabeth Warren.

While trying to explain the popularity of the two, Earhardt said, “It’s interesting that America is favoring either President Trump or Joe Biden depending on what party you are in.”

Steve Doocy, a fellow Fox & Friends host replied, “that would be quite a contrast.”

“They’re both Rust Belt people though. They’re both, like, blue-collar workers that have money, but blue-collar,” Earhardt replied.

While Biden was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, a typically blue-collar area where his father was fairly well-off as a car salesman, Donald Trump was born, bred, and raised in Queens, New York where his father dominated the real estate sector, which Donald himself eventually inherited.

Trump claimed during his 2016 presidential campaign, “I’m the most successful person ever to run. Ross Perot isn’t successful like me. Romney – I have a Gucci store that’s worth more than Romney.”

Yes… Mighty “blue-collar” of you, Donald.

Of course, the internet had plenty to say about Fox’s comparison:

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