Trump v. Collins

Donald Trump seemed to have been walking a fine line between charisma and insanity this last week.

Trump got involved in a tit-for-tat with New York Times columnist Gail Collins, responding to her "Donald Trump Gets Weirder" column with a letter to the editor also published in the NYT.

Starting with a scathing review of Collins' skills, the impact of which was only slightly lessened by the grammatically incorrect wording ("Her storytelling ability and word usage...is not at a very high level..."), Trump went on to defend his belief that President Barack Obama was not born in the U.S.

In return, Collins wrote another article deriding Trump and debunking his arguments. In the end, this exchange served as "some unexpected light relief", wrote Christina Lamb for The Australian.


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