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If President Trump were to ever appear on HGTV's he'd be the guy obsessed with getting the double sink in his personal bathroom and a huge backyard for his grill which, guaranteed, he does not know how to use.

So it's only natural that the President would call the White House (retail value: approximately $1 gazillion space dollars) a "dump" in a conversation with friends at his What's the White House next to one of Trump's 1 karat gold palaces, with spaces uniquely designed for extramarital threesomes and cutting overpriced blow?

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Let's see how Trump's properties stack up next to that dump of a White House


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If President Trump were to ever appear on HGTV's he'd be the guy obsessed with getting the double sink in his personal bathroom and a huge backyard for his grill which, guaranteed, he does not know how to use.

So it's only natural that the President would call the White House (retail value: approximately $1 gazillion space dollars) a "dump" in a conversation with friends at his What's the White House next to one of Trump's 1 karat gold palaces, with spaces uniquely designed for extramarital threesomes and cutting overpriced blow?

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Spotted at WH. A rainbow pic.twitter.com/tDezQD3u3x
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trump leaves the White House and a rainbow appears https://t.co/oWY1p5jGL8
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I love the White House, one of the most beautiful buildings (homes) I have ever seen. But Fake News said I called it a dump - TOTALLY UNTRUE
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