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View Poll Results: Is Trump done Now that he has lost on Healthcare?
Yes 39 36.79%
No 67 63.21%
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Old 07-28-2017, 09:45 PM
 
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I didn't know, the presidents job was to create legislation himself and then also pass it? Who knew??
Well this is what Trump promised....obamacare repeal for one.
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Old 07-28-2017, 10:13 PM
 
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Trump death blow will not happen until congress isolates him and his minions. The wedge between Trump and the establishment is growing wider and wider each day. Trump has showed them no loyalty and if they can't get what they want they have no use for Trump. Most of these congress are sitting on the fence because they don't care for Trump but need him to push forward their agenda. Trumps downfall will be at the hands of the established republicans. It's a great thing to watch.
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Old 07-28-2017, 10:30 PM
 
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Trump death blow will not happen until congress isolates him and his minions. The wedge between Trump and the establishment is growing wider and wider each day. Trump has showed them no loyalty and if they can't get what they want they have no use for Trump. Most of these congress are sitting on the fence because they don't care for Trump but need him to push forward their agenda. Trumps downfall will be at the hands of the established republicans. It's a great thing to watch.
You do know that McCain told Graham to vote yes for the repeal and he would take the fall for it.....voting no.
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Old 07-28-2017, 10:33 PM
 
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Oh no, he's not at all. There is much more chaos, incompetence, and damage that he can unleash upon us.
Unfortunately that may just be true, things will get worse until it gets better... the better part will come when more of his delusional followers wake up to the reality of what they have voted for - a self-serving, incompetent Putin puppet who does not want to govern but rule over us... Little do they know he's not looking out for their interests, or anyone else's for that matter. Once they wake up and the approval rating tanks, Congress will kick Trump out of the WH faster than he can pack his bags.
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Old 07-28-2017, 10:35 PM
 
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We don't know the results of the investigation as it is probably too soon. Trump is getting visibly upset as each day goes on and he hasn't been able to get rid of mueller. Trump expects loyalty but never gives loyalty.
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Old 07-28-2017, 10:57 PM
 
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Bill Clinton didn't pass healthcare reform in 1993 and was re-elected in 1996.

Trump has been in office for 6 months.....you think repealing Obamacare without a Democrat vote and the RINO vote was going to be easy? lol

once you give a small minority free stuff is hard to take it away.


Obama and the Democrats didn't pass Obamacare until 14 months of Obama's Presidency and he had a solid majority and all Democrats fell in line like good soldiers.

Trump and the Republicans have another year to repeal Obamacare......they will or they will lose in 2018.
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:09 PM
 
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Bill Clinton didn't pass healthcare reform in 1993 and was re-elected in 1996.

Trump has been in office for 6 months.....you think repealing Obamacare without a Democrat vote and the RINO vote was going to be easy? lol

once you give a small minority free stuff is hard to take it away.


Obama and the Democrats didn't pass Obamacare until 14 months of Obama's Presidency and he had a solid majority and all Democrats fell in line like good soldiers.

Trump and the Republicans have another year to repeal Obamacare......they will or they will lose in 2018.
Bill Clinton actually had low approval ratings at the time as well.
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:26 PM
 
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No, Trump will work on getting more Republicans voted in in the next election, get the RINOs voted out.
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:34 PM
 
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Trump's presidency is not finished. Not by a long shot.

I want him to stay in office for a while. Some people have put him on a pedestal so he has a long, long way to go on downwards.

He said he was going to solve all these problems. He said ONLY HE could fix it.

Now he's blaming everyone and their mother for his dismal performance.

What a bore. Seriously.
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:37 PM
 
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Trump has been in office for 6 months........some things are going to take longer but the hysteria of the media its a joke.

Bill Clinton didn't do much in his 6 months,.....he failed to pass healthcare reform.With Congress under Democratic control, Clinton promised to put legislation in play within 100 days to overhaul health care, guaranteeing coverage for everyone. That became a drawn-out failure, ultimately collapsing in late 1994. Surrounded by figures from his days as Arkansas governor, Clinton got off to a rocky start negotiating the ways of Washington.

Reagan didn't do much legislation in his first 6 months.


JFK didn't do much in his first 6 months apart from the Cuban Bay of Pigs failure. Ordering the invasion of Cuba and looking incompetent about it.

W Bush didn't do anything in his first 6 months.



the only President that got things done in his first 6 months was FDR during the great depression.
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