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Real facts about Augustin’s support to Donald Trump 2016 and 2020 comparission with article written by the Irish Times in 2017

Real facts about Augustin’s support to Donald Trump 2016 and 2020 comparission with article written by the Irish Times in 2017

Real facts about Augustin’s support to Donald Trump 2016 and 2020 comparission with article written by the Irish Times in 2017

WHAT WAS SAID: Donald Trump event in Trinity’s Pav draws just five supporters

REALITY: THERE WAS NEVER A PLAN OF MAKING AN EVENT, THEREFORE, THERE WAS NO INTEREST IN HAVING THOUSANDS OF SUPPORTERS. THE WEBSITE CREATED BY AUGUSTIN FOR DONALD TRUMP ON A SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM WAS ONLY WITH THE INTENTIONS OF MAKING FRIENDS AND CONNECT WITH SIMILAR MINDED IRISH MEN AND WOMEN IN DUBLIN AREA, WHERE AUGUSTIN JUST MOVED. SIX MONTHS AFTER THAT, THERE WAS NO INTEREST IN MAKING AN EVENT OR EVEN VERY BIG EFFORTS. THE GATHERING HAPPENED OCCASIONALLY.

WHAT WAS SAID: Amid general student ambivalence in the college bar, a very small group celebrated

REALITY: AGAIN: WE WERE WATCHING MORE THAN CELEBRATING. AGUSTIN’S SUPPORT TO DONALD TRUMP HAS NEVER EVER BEEN A PASSIONATE SUPPORT IN ORDER TO MAKE CELEBRATIONS. IT WAS MORE OF A RATIONAL DECISION.

Fri, Jan 20, 2017, 20:47Ronan McGreevy

Trinity College: event in the Pav to celebrate  the inauguration of Donald Trump was attended by just five people. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien
TRINITY COLLEGE PICTURE DURING SUMMER TIME PROBABLY SOMETIME IN THE 2000’S

WHAT WAS SAID: Trinity College: event in the Pav to celebrate the inauguration of Donald Trump was attended by just five people. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

REALITY: THIS IS THE PHOTO OF THE ARTICLE WHICH DOES NOT MATCH THE TIMING, NEITHER THE PAVILION BAR. IT ILLUSTRATES TRINITY COLLEGE BUT IT WAS TAKEN ON A DIFFERENT DAY OR TIME, IT WAS A RAINY WINTER DAY, JANUARY 19TH 2017

WHAT WAS SAID: The celebrations marking Donald Trump’s inauguration included an event in the Pavilion Bar in Trinity College Dublin.

REALITY: THANK YOU FOR PUTTING OUR LITTLE GATHERING INTO THE INTERNATIONAL SET OF CELEBRATIONS WORLDWIDE FOR DONALD TRUMP’S INAUGURATION DAY.

WHAT WAS SAID: Argentine-Irishman Augustin Tomas O’Brien Caceres (40) set up the “Donald Trump in Ireland” Facebook page six months ago. The Pavilion Bar, known to students as the Pav, with its echoes of old-style colonial grandeur overlooking the cricket pitch, was chosen for the inauguration day event because of its central location.

REALITY: IN BRAZIL, AUGUSTIN’S IS ARGENTINEAN, IN ARGENTINA, AUGUSTIN IS CALLED BRAZILIAN, IN THE USA, AUGUSTIN IS IRISH-ITALIAN, IN IRELAND, AUGUSTIN IS IRSH-ARGENTINEAN, IN ITALY, AUGUSTIN IS ITALIAN. WE APPRECIATE THE GATHERING BEING USED FOR MERCHANDISING FOR THE PAVILION BAR BUT UNDERSTAND WE DIDN’T GET ANY FREE DRINKS OR ANY COUPON FOR THAT, IT WAS A SUGGESTION OF ONE OF THE ATTENDEES AND AUGUSTIN APPRECIATES THAT BAR AND HAS RETURNED SEVERAL TIMES SINCE THEN.

WHAT WAS SAID: The television was turned up just as Trump was about to be sworn in. There were a few perfunctory boos before students returned to drinking and talking. Indifference rather than anger was the dominant emotion as Trump delivered his inauguration speech.

REALITY: BOOS AND INDIFFERENCE ARE NOT RELATED AT ALL. THEREFORE, IT IS EASY TO UNDERSTAND THAT THE BOOS NEVER HAPPENED. MOST OF IRISH STUDENTS WHO WERE PRESENT DIDN’T CARE MUCH ABOUT DONALD TRUMP INAUGURATION ON THE SCREEN, WHICH IS UNDERSTOOD AND AUGUSTIN SAID THAT SEVERAL TIMES ON THE NEARLY 3 HOUR TIME OF INTERVIEW FOR RTE RADIO, ANOTHER STATION OVER THE PHONE AND TO THE JOURNALIST OF THE IRISH TIMES ON THAT DAY. AGUSTIN NEVER TRIED TO SELL DONALD TRUMP TO IRISH PEOPLE AS HE DOES NOT SEE ANY LOGIC ON IRISH CITIZENS BEING PERSUADED TO FOLLOW ANY POLITICIAN OUTSIDE IRELAND AND THE UNITED KINGDOM AS THE USA IS A DIFFERENT COUNTRY.

WHAT WAS SAID: Caceres arrived five minutes before the appointed time of 5pm. He scanned the room anxiously. Where were the other Trump supporters? What would they even look like? Would he be the only Trump supporter ?

REALITY: WAS ANYBODY READING AUGUSTIN’S MIND? I AM NOT EVEN SURE IF THE JOURNALIST WAS THERE OR NOT. AND IN TIME, I KNEW THERE WERE GOING TO BE THERE 4 OR 5 GUYS AS THOSE WERE THE ONLY ONES WHO CONFIRMED THEY WERE COMING AND I NEVER MET THEM OR EVEN KNEW THEM. THEY WERE JUST RANDOM GUYS WHO CHATTED OVER THE INTERNET AND SAID THEY WOULD BE PRESENT, THAT’S IT BUT AUGUSTIN KNEW THEY WERE NOT MORE THAN 5 PRESENT. HE WAS NOT EXPECTING ANYBODY ELSE MORE.

WHAT WAS SAID: There they were in the corner, four others, all male, three of them wearing Make America Great Again baseball caps.

REALITY: THAT IS ACCURATE.

WHAT WAS SAID: Before setting up a food export business in Swords last year, Caceres, who is from Rosario in central Argentina, lived in Florida for six years. He believes Trump is the right man to solve America’s problems. “He says the thing that he thinks.”

Agustin’s real photo taken at gathering in the Pavilion bar on that day.
The cap was lent by one of the other attendees.

REALITY: THE EXPORT BUSINESS WAS SET UP IN DUBLIN, NOT IN SWORDS. SWORDS IS THE PERSONAL RESIDENCE. I AM NOT SURE ABOUT THE WORDING: “HE SAYS THE THING THAT HE THINKS.” AS THAT’S NOT THE LEVEL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AUGUSTIN SPEAKS EVEN IF HE HAS AN ACCENT. IN TIME: AUGUSTIN WAS RECORDED BY THE JOURNALIST OF THE IRISH TIMES FOR MAYBE 30 MINUTES AT LEAST THAT DAY AND THAT’S ALL THEY WROTE ABOUT HIS 30 MINUTES TALK AND ALSO A FRAUDULENT STATEMENT WHICH IS THE LAST ONE BELOW.

Derek Long (29) from Limerick said Trump was, in many ways, a “joke that went too far”, but was still a preferable candidate to Hillary Clinton. He had been alarmed by her “Russophobic” inclinations.

REALITY: AUGUSTIN DOES NOT KNOW THE OTHERS ENOUGH IN ORDER TO GIVE ANY COMMENT ON WHAT THEY SAY AND IF HE AGREES OR NOT AS THEY WERE INTERVIEWED INDIVIDUALLY. IT IS KNOWN THAT THEY ALSO GAVE FALSE NAMES, WHICH MAKES ANYBODY WONDER IF THEY WERE PLANTED THERE TO CREATE THIS FUNNY ARTICLE INVOLVING AUGUSTIN TOMAS O’BRIEN CACERES NAME AND DONALD TRUMP IN IRELAND.

‘South Park’ fan

Trinity history student Alex Lee (25) was wearing an Iron Maiden teeshirt with his Trump baseball cap. “I grew up watching South Park and listening to Eminem. Offensive humour is my thing.”

He said he found Trinity students surprisingly tolerant when he wore his cap around the campus. “There’s no negative reaction. Anybody who comes up to you engages in meaningful conversation. People in Trinity are open to discussion.” volume is 80%volume is gedempt

Another Trinity student, Richard Spencer (23), said Trump’s election was a reaction to the liberal left who had gone too far: “I like Trump because he is everything that the left hates.”

REALITY: AS FAR AS AGUSTIN WAS TOLD, THIS GUY GAVE A TOTAL FALSE NAME AND IDENTITY TO THE JOURNALIST. THEREFORE, IT IS EVEN HARD TO KNOW IF HE WAS OR IS A TRINITY STUDENT OR NOT. IT WAS JUST A GATHERING OF GUYS WHO JUST CHATTED BRIEFLY OVER THE INTERNET JUST BEFORE THE GATHERING.

He shares a name with another Richard Spencer, a Trump acolyte who spoke at a rally at which supporters gave the Nazi salute. “I don’t consider myself alt-right, I consider myself Tory,” said the Irish Richard Spencer. “There are many spectrums of conservative, but the media likes to state that all conservatives are alt-right. Conservatives get a really bad rap in the media. I don’t read the newspapers or The Irish Times any more.”

FICTION BASED ON REAL FACTS?

REALITY: THERE WAS NO NAZI SALUTE OR NO REFERENCE TO NAZISM AT ALL ON THE EVENT AND AUGUSTIN HAS SAID IN SEVERAL OCCASIONS THAT HE IS AGAINST ATROCITIES OF WAR, NO MATTER WHO MAKES THEM. WHEN IT COMES TO THE OPINIONS ABOUT THE IRISH MEDIA MANIFESTED DURING THE GATHERING YES MOST OF THEM WERE AGAINST THE MEDIA AND DID NOT WANT TO BE EXPOSED, THEREFORE I WAS NOT SURPRISED THEY WERE GIVING FALSE NAMES. ALSO WHEN WE WERE INVITED FOR PAT CONNAN TALK SHOW, NOBODY WANTED TO COME, ONLY AUGUSTIN AND THEN WE DIDN’T GO.

WHAT WAS SAID: He whipped out his mobile phone, which has as its screensaver a picture of Trump dressed up as Napoleon. “Every time you say conservatives are racist, homophobic, xenophobic, all you are doing is making more people conservative. I’m happy to see those articles for those reasons.”

Frank Haughton from Dublin, who made up the quintet, said Trump “cuts through the bullshit of politics. He opened debate to the working classes.”

REALITY: AGAIN AUGUSTIN DOES NOT KNOW THE OTHERS ENOUGH IN ORDER TO GIVE ANY COMMENT ON WHAT THEY SAY AND IF HE AGREES OR NOT AS THEY WERE INTERVIEWED INDIVIDUALLY. IT IS KNOWN THAT THEY ALSO GAVE FALSE NAMES, WHICH MAKES ANYBODY WONDER IF THEY WERE PLANTED THERE TO CREATE THIS FUNNY ARTICLE INVOLVING AGUSTIN TOMAS O’BRIEN CACERES NAME AND DONALD TRUMP IN IRELAND.

WHAT WAS SAID ABOUT AUGUSTIN TOMAS O’BRIEN CACERES BY THE JOURNALIST OF THE IRISH TIMES WHO WROTE THIS ARTICLE: Undeterred by the small turnout, Caceres anticipates Trump will be a success. “I will have 100,000 followers by the end of the year.”

REALITY: AUGUSTIN APPRECIATES BEING NEWS AFTER SUCH A RECENT TIME BEING LIVING IN IRELAND, THE FIRST OF THE CHRISTINA O’BRIEN DESCENDENTS TO COME BACK IN 100 YEARS BUT STILL THIS LAST STATEMENT IS ABSOLUTELY FRAUDULENT AS IT DOES NOT MATCH AUGUSTIN’S PERSONALITY OR WHO HE IS AT ALL BY THE FACT THAT HE DOES NOT HAVE ANY INTEREST IN PROMOTING DONALD TRUMP FOR IRISH PEOPLE AND HE HAS HIS OWN BUSINESSES WWW.LEGROUPINDUSTRIES.COM WWW.LEGROUPOPERATIONS.COM WWW.LEGROUPINDUSTRIES.NET AND THE SUPPORT FOR DONALD TRUMP IS MORE RELATED TO HIS LEISURE TIME THAN AN ACTION OF WORK RELATED WHERE HE WOULD BE INVESTING TIME INTO ACHIEVING A CERTAIN TARGET OF FOLLOWERS, SPECIALLY SUCH A LARGE NUMBER AS 100,000 WHICH IS A LOT FOR THE INTERNET WORLD. AUGUSTIN ACTUALLY WAS SURPRISED BY THE GENERAL POPULARITY OF THE FACEBOOK PAGE WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/DONALDTRUMP ESPECIALLY IN THE USA.

Augustin Tomas Caceres share of the Irish Times Article in January 2017
but adding real pictures

CONCLUSION: LEGROUP WORKS INTERNATIONAL WITH ALL SORTS OF CULTURES AND IDIOSINCRASIES. WE DO UNDERSTAND AS WRONG THE ATTITUTE OF SIMPLY WRITING FICTION BASED ON REAL FACTS AND SELING THEM AS NEWS, BUT WE ALSO DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WAS THE INTEREST BEHIND THE SCENES FOR THIS FRAUDULENT ARTICLE, WHICH HAS BEEN ONLINE FOR 2 YEARS AND IT COMES OFTEN ON TOP PAGES OF SEARCH ENGINES WHEN MENTIONING LEGROUP OWNER’S AND THAT’S THE REASON WE ARE POSTING THIS CLARIFICATION SO THAT THE REAL NEWS GET ALSO EXPOSED ON LINE. BELOW ARE THE CURRENT NEWS ABOUT AUGUSTIN TOMAS O’BRIEN CACERES ON THE IRISH TIMES AND ITS COMPETITION WHICH WERE PUBLISHED TODAY IN DUBLIN AND IT REFFERS TO A PERSONAL LOSS BUT AT LEAST IT IS REAL NEWS AND WE WOULD APPRECIATE IF THE SEARCH ENGINES START POPPING UP REAL NEWS ABOUT AUGUSTIN INSTEAD OF RANDOM DEFAMATION AND SLANDERING WHICH ARE NO GOOD FOR HIS BUSINESS OF SALES WHICH HE HAS TO WORK WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND OTHER ASSOCIATES AND COMPANY RELATED MATTERS IN THIS WORLD OF THE LATE 2010’S WHERE EVERYBODY SEARCHES ANYTHING OF ANYBODY NEW THEY KNOW ON LINE AND IN THIS TWO YEARS AUGUSTIN HAS BEEN COMMUNICATED BY NEW FRIENDS OR NEW BUSINESS OR POLITICIAN ACQUITANCES ABOUT THIS ARTICLE THAT THEY SEE. AGAIN, AUGUSTIN APPRECIATES BEING INTERVIEWED BUT HE DOES NOT AGREE THAT THERE’S NO SUCH A THING AS BAD PUBLICITY. GOOD IS GOOD AND BAD IS BAD.

REAL PICTURE AGUSTIN DONALD TRUMP GULF CLUB CAP PURCHASED AT THE NEW YORK CITY TRUMP TOWER NEAR SAINT THOMAS AND SAINT PATRICK’S CHURCH IN MANHATTAN

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