Bad Things That Happen to Dogs, According to Donald Trump

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A Donald Trump campaign vehicle with an image of a dog in a window outside a campaign rally February 5, 2016 in Florence, South Carolina.
This dog was fired seconds after this portrait was taken. Photo: Sean Rayford/2016 Getty Images

Donald Trump takes a very grim view of canine existence. Specifically, he is fixated on the extremely high levels of unemployment among Doggy-Americans. To the GOP front-runner, life is what happens to a dog while it’s busy being fired.

Take this tweet the Donald wrote about conservative commentator Erick Erickson on Friday:

Or this tweet about Erickson from October:

Or all of these tweets:

When dogs aren’t being asked to clean out their desks, they’re usually suffering from some other indignity. Here are some more terrible things that are always happening to dogs, according to the presumptive Republican nominee:

They get kicked off of things.

They get cheated on.

They get dumped (and/or dropped).

They are forced to beg for money.

Finally, after a joyless life punctuated by humiliating rejections, they choke.