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Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Poindexter » Aug 20th, 2017, 8:17 am

RupertBear wrote:Bannon may be saying he's going to war for Trump, but if you read a lot of the comments from Breitbart readers, a lot of them are going to war against Trump, accusing him of caving in to the left with his comments about the Boston marches.

I agree, Bannon's whiteboard listed all the promises Trump made on the campaign trail to his Alt-right fan base. Trump in many ways has sold out to the globalists, waded into the swamp so to speak, and fallen short on meeting these promises. I suspect we'll be seeing Breitnart highlight each and every way that Trump has let them down.

Withdraw from TPP ✓
E(xecutive) O(rder) Buy American hire American ✓
Establishing enhance collection and enforcement of antidumping and countervailing duties and violations of trade and (cut off)
EO omnibus report on significant trade (cut off)
Use fast track authority announcing (cut off) NAFTA ✓
EO all abuses and violations of trade agreementCanadian lumber tariff ✓
Memorandum: Steel imports and national (cut off)
100 day plan to open Chinese investment (cut off)
and American beef exports ✓
Investigation in effects of aluminum (cut off)
Office of trade and manufacturing (cut off)
Cut corp(orate). tax

https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.vox.com ... ump-agenda

Added: Noticed many of Trumps promises such as the wall was missing from the list I posted. Politico did a more comprehensive job but not cut and paste friendly.
http://www.politico.com/story/2017/05/0 ... ted-237941

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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Ka-El » Aug 20th, 2017, 12:11 pm

Republicans remain stymied over what to do about Trump

In the aftermath of the white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Republican lawmakers and leaders face the most unpalatable set of choices yet in their relationship with President Trump. They are caught between disgust over his failure to unequivocally condemn neo-Nazism, a desire to advance a conservative agenda and fears of rupturing the Trump-GOP coalition ahead of the 2018 elections.

Recent condemnations of the president by Republican lawmakers have been harsher, more frequent and sometimes more personal than in previous moments when Trump went beyond what is considered acceptable behavior. Many GOP leaders are now personally wrestling with the trade-offs of making a cleaner separation with the president, while finding no good options.

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Ridge, a longtime critic of the president, added: “You can’t be afraid of losing an election because you stood up for what was right. A party of principle requires leadership. But at this time, we’re kind of rudderless. We need a chorus [of opposition] and we didn’t get it. . . . And frankly, if we did that, I think most Americans would applaud.”

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Republicans need to do far more than just distance themselves from this buffoon. They must either find some way to force him to resign, or find some way to impeach him. Without removing and replacing Trump before the end of this term they will have to prepare themselves for losing the Whitehouse. Americans will remember that the walking brainless allowed this goof to run for president, and if they do nothing to correct this egregious mistake, Americans will hold them accountable in the next election (maybe many more). Trump will be remembered well in history, but not for the reasons his ego had hoped for.
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby I see what you did » Aug 20th, 2017, 9:53 pm

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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Barney Google » Aug 21st, 2017, 6:06 am

US Navel collides with tanker near Singapore 10 crew missing, others missing.

President Trump comments, "That's too bad"

The guy is a dolt.
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Barney Google » Aug 21st, 2017, 2:13 pm

On a day when millions of people (children included) are warned not to stare at the sun during the eclipse

US President Donald Trump is photographed with no protective eyewear looking at the sun.

Making America Great again... [icon_lol2.gif]
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby ken531a » Aug 21st, 2017, 2:48 pm

Report: Queasy Aussies Killed Trump’s Casino Bid Over “Mafia Connections http://www.motherjones.com/politics/201 ... nnections/

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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Barney Google » Aug 21st, 2017, 4:01 pm

ken531a wrote:Report: Queasy Aussies Killed Trump’s Casino Bid Over “Mafia Connections http://www.motherjones.com/politics/201 ... nnections/


Was The Mooch involved? [icon_lol2.gif]
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby maryjane48 » Aug 22nd, 2017, 7:41 pm

well that was a nice hitleresk speech by a lunatic. trump went back to implying that in charlettsville that somehow the nazis had zero blame . he didnt say anything based in facts and painted himself as a victim . wow. if i was an american i be calling for the nutcase trump to be out in jail for treason
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Barney Google » Aug 23rd, 2017, 6:38 am

WOW...The Donald really stepped it up last night.

He's sounding more and more like he needs some quiet time in a well padded secure room.
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby jimmy4321 » Aug 23rd, 2017, 7:20 am

Shame on any of these republicans that stand by this guy.
Shame on anyone in politics who can't make hay of this.
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby The Green Barbarian » Aug 23rd, 2017, 7:42 am

maryjane48 wrote: trump went back to implying that in charlettsville that somehow the nazis had zero blame .


I've listened to a lot of media reports (I didn't watch the actual speech) and not one media outlet has stated what you stated above. Can you point to specifics in his speech where he said this? I am curious.
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Barney Google » Aug 23rd, 2017, 8:23 am

In my books...not only is Trump the Worst US President EVER...hes also the most divisive and hate

in sighting and fear monger President EVER too.

He also takes the Biggest Doofuss Award too.


CNN:
Donald Trump's 57 most outrageous quotes from his Arizona speech

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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby seewood » Aug 23rd, 2017, 9:11 am

He's a classic case of the " Peter Principal" Sure he might be fine at buying/selling buildings and promoting himself in business, but he reached his level in incompetency as president....
Take it down a notch Donald, go back to your previous life. You've made this presidency the laughing stock of the world.
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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Boda » Aug 23rd, 2017, 5:42 pm

Teleprompter Trump speaking................


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Re: Trump Is The Worst President Ever

Postby Ka-El » Aug 24th, 2017, 5:14 am

Trump’s stability and fitness for office being questioned …

Trump's mental health: A worry to some psychiatrists

When Republican Sen. Bob Corker said last week that President Trump hasn't "been able to demonstrate the stability" needed for success and recommended he "move way beyond himself," it was news mostly because Corker has been one of Trump's key supporters in Congress.

Then James Clapper, who served in top intelligence jobs under former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, Wednesday morning questioned Trump's "fitness to be in this office" and said he was worried about the president's access to the nuclear codes. Clapper, who had a long military career, is a close friend and longtime colleague of Trump's Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis, a former Marine Corps general.

"If in a fit of pique he decides to do something about Kim Jong Un, there's actually very little to stop him," Clapper, former head of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, said on CNN. "The whole system is built to ensure rapid response if necessary. So there's very little in the way of controls over exercising a nuclear option, which is pretty damn scary."

Until now, talk of Trump's erratic behavior and alleged narcissism was common on social media, late-night talk shows and among political opponents. But Trump's "fire and fury" comments about North Korea, a raucous rally in Arizona Tuesday and changing response to the violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., crossed a line for some Republicans and brought the conversation into the mainstream, even among some supporters.

A poll by the media and technology company Morning Consult over the weekend showed 55% of respondents said Trump was not stable.

Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., a former constitutional law professor at American University, sponsored legislation in April that would set up an independent commission to determine if any president no longer has the physical or mental capacity to perform the duties of the office. The 25th Amendment to the constitution was ratified 50 years ago and calls for such a body but it was never set up.

The bill now has 28 co-sponsors and while more can't be added until Congress goes back into session Sept. 5, Raskin says there's been "a sudden spike after every acute episode" involving Trump's behavior.

"We need every tool in the constitutional tool kit to be able to deal with the unfolding and accelerating crisis of presidential power in America today," says Raskin.

Raskin notes the commission would also be in place if future presidents can no longer serve, but former New Hampshire Republican Sen. Gordon Humphrey urged the New Hampshire congressional delegation this month to support it because Trump is "impaired by a seriously sick psyche."


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