RedState's Erick Erickson is a total loser who "has a history of supporting establishment losers in failed campaigns," according to Donald Trump, who didn't want to go to Erickson's stupid meeting anyway and is probably glad he got banned, just as he's glad that Macy's ended its relationship with him. Trump has no time for losers like Erickson, and like the thousands of other losers he has identified over the last few years.
Like Rosie O'Donnell. Rosie O'Donnell is a true loser and a total loser. George Will is also a loser. Beauty queen Sheen Monnin is a loser. People without egos are losers. Seriously. The online magazine Salon is a loser, as is the Huffington Post and the Patch.
Tim O'Brien is a real loser. Roger Stone, who quit Trump's campaign on Saturday (Trump says he was fired, of course) is a stone-cold loser, just like Richard Belzer. Michael Forbes is a loser, as is Glenfiddich Scotch.
Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter is a real loser with bad food. Bill Maher is a loser like Rosie O'Donnell and will self-destruct (as of December 2012). Angelo Carusone is a loser. Mark Cuban is a loser as are Ana Navarro and Michelle Malkin and Danny Zuker, who is not only a known loser but also a clown.
Where were we? Oh, right. An elderly woman who sued Trump is terrible and her lawyer was a total loser. Anyone who tweets that he wears a wig is a sad and lonely hater and loser. Scottish politician Alex Salmond is also a loser as is New York's attorney general.
Other random Twitter users are also losers, by the way. So is Seth Meyers. Architecture critic Paul Goldberger was a ... let me double-check this .. yes, a loser. The New York Daily News is a loser newspaper. Frank Luntz is a hard worker and also a total loser. Russell Brand, by contrast, is a major loser.
NBC's Chuck Todd is a real loser and Trump heard rumors back in January that he is getting fired from "Meet the Press." That's a big deal.
Incidentally, Trump will appear on "Meet the Press" on Sunday to discuss his campaign with NBC's Chuck Todd.