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Presumptive Republican Party presidential nominee Mitt Romney will be in Las Vegas on May 29, 2012 for a fundraiser, and joining him in Las Vegas will be Donald Trump and Newt Gingrich.

NBC yesterday announced that the three will be attending a fundraiser at the Trump Towers on the Las Vegas Strip.

Donald Trump, in the political world is best known for saying he will run for President (last four cycles) but never does and has recently been crowned “King of the Birthers”, those dullards who feign outrage and question President Obama’s place of birth, despite all the evidence that shows President Obama was indeed born in Hawaii.

Newt Gingrich will be attending the fundraiser, Gingrich is best known for his three marriages, cheating on his wives, serving them divorce papers while they lay in bed at hospitals. Gingrich is also well known for being the only Speaker of the House in US history to be found guilty of ethical problems and fined $300,000. Gingrich, who also ran for President this cycle showed nothing but disdain and hatred towards Romney whom he called a “liar”, along with a slew of other sharp words.  

And the guest of honor, Mitt Romney who cannot relate to the common man, will give a speech about Obama destroying the economy, despite the fact he save it. Romney will tell them that it was he who saved the auto industry, not Obama. Mitt will tell them that Obama hates the free market; even though US corporations last year made more money under Obama’s administration then they have under any other Presidents administration in history.
Romney will tell them at the fundraiser that the stimulus did not work and no jobs were created from it, he will ignore the fact that over the last 26 months, job growth in the private sector is up by 4.2 million.

Next week in Las Vegas, Romney will do what he does best; ignore the facts while he tells them his truths.

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