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Old 06-10-2019, 10:27 PM
Location: CA
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Originally Posted by natalie469 View Post
You are the greatest country when allies look up to you and you try and protect them.
Which Disney fairy tale did you get this idea from?

Old 06-10-2019, 10:40 PM
Location: Huntsville, AL
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Originally Posted by natalie469 View Post
Why in the world would you say I hate America. Is it because I donít think Trump is a good president. You are the greatest country when allies look up to you and you try and protect them. Trump has alienated us from them.
Boo hoo...he is YOUR PRESIDENT! And he will be til 2022! Then welcome President Nikki Haley!
Old 06-11-2019, 01:33 AM
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Old 06-11-2019, 01:45 AM
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Clueless? OP obviously takes first prize not realizing that the voters were well aware of his character faults and elected him anyway.
Old 06-11-2019, 04:41 AM
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Obama had a small army of handlers that did everything for him. Told him what to say, what to sign, who to appoint, probably even what to wear and what to eat. And a literal army of MSM that protected his image.
Hillary, both Clintons actually, had a small army of "fixers" who went around putting out fires, cleaning up crime scenes and hiding piles of loot.
Trump has an army out to get him. Watching his every word, trying to dig up anything they can in his past, even making up scandals or concocting plots designed to take him down.
Yet he manages to slug his way through and despite his lack of social graces he racks up success after success. Is it a simple case of swimming against the deep state mainstream and bucking party politics with ideals that are just common sense? Could anybody go to war with The Swamp and be so damn effective in cleaning up decades of mismanagement of both parties? Possibly. But he's tough and has the stamina to keep fighting where someone like Obama would wither and fail immediately and Hillary would sell herself to the highest bidder.
Now he's had a major success in illegal immigration with Mexico and the MSM is having a Shemp Howard moment spinning on the floor shrieking their heads off. If nothing else, Trump knows how to make the MSM and the progressives entertain us with their melt downs.
Old 06-11-2019, 05:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Clarallel View Post
His pettiness? His insecurities? His rudeness? His lying without realizing the lies will be exposed?

I particularly love that when seeing Byron's tomb, he talked about the flooring. He probably had no idea who Byron was.

President Trump’s Visit to Queen Mixes Pageantry With the Petty
By Mark Landler and Maggie Haberman

The juxtaposition of high pageantry and low name-calling, on the first day of Trump’s state visit to Britain, captured yet again the odd swath that this president cuts on the world stage: impulsive and erratic, delighted by a lavish welcome but preoccupied by petty feuds or events back home.

Mr. Trump’s spirits appeared to have lifted by noon, when he arrived at Buckingham Palace, a three-mile journey he made by helicopter. In May 2011, former President Barack Obama made the same trip by motorcade, driving past cheering crowds. By using a helicopter, Mr. Trump avoided any possibility of encountering protesters, though the main demonstrations are expected on Tuesday.

Then he was off to lay the wreath and tour Westminster Abbey. The president stopped at a slab of marble honoring Lord Byron, and inquired about the stones used to make the flooring.

The prince’s wife, the Duchess of Sussex, formerly known as Meghan Markle, an American actress, was deeply critical of Mr. Trump in November 2016 just before he was elected. She does not plan to meet Mr. Trump on this trip, British officials said, because she is on maternity leave. When Mr. Trump was told of those remarks last week by an interviewer for the British tabloid The Sun, he said he didn’t know “she was nasty.” He then denied the remark, which was on an audio recording.

President Trump


What I find very odd about Trump is, for all his supposed money and years of rubbing elbows, he is pretty clueless when it comes to how to relate to other people. When you see him in a setting, like he was just at in England, he looks like everyone else is in a tuxedo and he has on brown loafers ( a line from Rodney Dangerfield).

The other people all look so accustomed to being at events and situations like these, and he looks like he is a fish out of water...…...very uncomfortable and out of place.
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