Donald Trump has spent many a night staring at a television and thinking: ‘What could be so terrible?’

The reality television star and bounty hunter says ‘you can’t put the society’s thief back together’ in response to his release from prison on new charges Donald Trump said he lost $400m running casinos…

Donald Trump has spent many a night staring at a television and thinking: 'What could be so terrible?'

The reality television star and bounty hunter says ‘you can’t put the society’s thief back together’ in response to his release from prison on new charges

Donald Trump said he lost $400m running casinos and that he’d buy a great country and found out what one was. For nearly three years he made plenty of money on TV. And he couldn’t buy a great one either.

Founding star of Fox reality TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter

So the president’s tweets tonight about the sentences for John Wayne Gacy and rapper Jay Z may have been the president responding to a recent past occasion when he found himself upside down while texting and cracking.

The question is: how many people have been killed because this society put criminals back together? I would ask this of any society.

Either way, maybe the president was really talking about business and will create a $400m leisure fund for it. But then again, maybe not. Maybe he was talking about real estate, just after his wife bought a Beverly Hills mansion for $42m, which makes his money look relatively tame by comparison.

Whatever he was talking about, it wasn’t the holiday season for the much-loved TV bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman, who made the kind of show that still gives him a career. The reality show on A&E that followed Chapman capturing fugitives and posting bail money. Chapman, a founding member of the “gangsta” cast of the Fox reality show Dog the Bounty Hunter, had a trial date recently vacated for a probation violation relating to domestic violence charges.

A spokesman for the Los Angeles district attorney said Chapman was arrested on Saturday and was held on suspicion of felony child cruelty and assault with a deadly weapon, before posting $60,000 bail.

“There was an argument between Chapman and his girlfriend, who was a jailhouse inmate. She suffered two broken wrists,” said the spokesman.

Pursuit of a career let down for Bravo TV star Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman. Photograph: Andrew Kelly/Reuters

On his official website, Chapman said the recent arrest was “just another in a long line of battles I have fought, fought and successfully won”.

Dog’s legal problems may have come a little too soon. The 45-year-old Chapman was released from prison last August after serving four years for shooting a man with a BB gun, but another arrest was likely to keep him behind bars for at least a bit longer.

Praise for President Obama from the audience at a rally for Hillary Clinton last month in Charlotte, North Carolina.

“We have a president that says he hates the law. And, you know, we’ve had three in a row now who have said I have more power,” Chapman told the cheering crowd. “Every president the last 65 years, they’ve talked about power, and they’ve talked about how they were going to do things to change this society.”

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