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Old 07-17-2019, 05:19 PM
 
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If Trump is re-elected, there will be outrage and probably violence. We've already practically got two separate countries and we could be on the verge of civil war. ....
None of that is happening and we certainly aren't moving towards civil war.
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:20 PM
 
Location: Willamette Valley, Oregon
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What comes next?


Hopefully a lot of one-way fares purchased by extremist liberals to move to the places they like more than the United States, which seems to be anywhere but the United States.

I love the United States. I can't stand Trump. I think he will try to stay in office perpetually. Life will go on. I will continue to do the things I love to do. I'll keep my head down and enjoy my nice neighborhood.
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:20 PM
 
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If Trump is re-elected, there will be outrage and probably violence. We've already practically got two separate countries and we could be on the verge of civil war.
OH DEAR GOD. The power is still on, there is food in the supermarkets, there are not armed gun battles in the streets.

As big of a Dbag Trump is, 1st world whiners really take the cake. There will be no civil war. There will be a run on the liquor store, I'll wave to you in line.

After a sick\hangover day people would go back to work and grouse about him but frankly, my day to day life has not significantly changed since Obama.

I remember the initial complaints about Trump. Mass war, nuclear war etc. We've had some things I sure don't like but there is no apocalyptic landscape out there.

I'm not even a Trump voter, I'll be happy with a replacement. Just explaining how ridiculous the "apocalypse" is and how some people are frankly mentally ill.

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Old 07-17-2019, 05:30 PM
 
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WHEN not "if"

Go Trump!
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:32 PM
 
Location: NE Ohio
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In my view, Trump will be re-elected and after five more years of this, he will walk away leaving a burning rubble behind him.
After five more years of what? Prosperity? Jobs? 4% GDP? (We may actually get there and sustain it). Is that what you call a "burning rubble?" I call what he inherited a "burning rubble" (to use your words). Obama's "fundamental transformation" was the destruction of America, and he darn near did it. Trump is restoring America to greatness, and right now, our economy is the envy of the World.

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The cyclical economy will stall at some point
Ohhhhh ...your banking on this robust economy stalling! Then it will be "his fault."

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and based on the Senate map, the GOP will likely lose control in 2022. Democrats will delight in not giving Trump a SCJ during his last two years and Trump will lose it.
And you base this on ...what did you call it? Unless the Republicans really screw up royally, they will hold the Senate AND the House, which they will retake in 2020.

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As Trump walks away, the country will be on the brink of civil war with both sides hating the other side with the heat of a thousand suns.
If that happens, it will be because of the Democrats who are trying to convert us to a Socialist system. We may be on that brink right now, if you listen to the 2020 Dem candidates. They are all talking about socialism.

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I'm guessing his supporters will be highly motivated through the next election, then they will go quiet, not really caring anymore because their investment was in Trump the personality more than anything else. They love that he's an ******* and that he hates the other half of the country like they do.
Sorry, it isn't Trump's personality at all. It is what he is doing and has done. He won because he promised to do exactly what he's doing. His personality is totally apart from that. But I do like that he doesn't take any crap off the Democrats, or the Media (which is the same thing) and he's not afraid to call them out. Bravo, Donald Trump!

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Once Trump can no longer run, his supporter's anger will be exhausted while the anger on the other side will be unquenchable. We've never had anyone like Trump that truly delights in representing only his base and inciting anger. The desire for retribution will likely tear this country apart.

The debt will be through the roof, farmers, miners and rust belters will be in the same shape or worse, blue states will want full on revenge, refusing to so much as interview a person from a red state while our allies will have started working without us because we can no longer be relied upon.

What does the country look like AFTER TRUMP?
You totally misread Trump, but I'm not surprised. You're probably a CNN/MSNBC fan. All you get is Trump derangement syndrome 24/7. All you get are lies. I've tried watching them hear and there for as long as I can stand it. They are the most dour bunch, never smile ...nothing but gloom and doom. I have to turn them off. Nothing good there. And the lies! OMG, the lies!
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:34 PM
 
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The large crowd is chanting "4 More Years!"
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:35 PM
 
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Next comes:

DJ 40,000 3.5% average GDP growth

3 million new jobs net annually

2 SC associates 45 or under, both Strict Constitutionalists
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:35 PM
 
Location: NE Ohio
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4 more years of whining, screaming and temper tantrums from the perpetually offended liberal children in this country. Better buy some stock in tissues and Play Doh.
Boom! LOL
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:36 PM
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Maybe the democrats should give us someone we could consider voting for? Just maybe? Give us someone like the democrats were 20 years ago. Give us a democratic candidate that doesn’t promise the voters trillions of dollars in free stuff, when we all know that taxes will have to go sky high to pay for it. Give us a candidate that is actually against illegal immigration, like the democrats used to be.

When you have every single candidate wanting to give health insurance to illegal aliens at the cost of the citizens, that makes Trump the sane choice. I mean, what are you guys doing? Your candidates are trying so hard to not be like Trump, to be the anti-Trump, that they are proposing all sorts of crazy, socialist, globalist policies. And the democratic voters are hearing it so much that they starting to believe that that is what the majority wants, when the moderates and independents are scratching their heads, wondering what happened to both parties.
Didn't answer the question. What does the country look like after Trump?
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Old 07-17-2019, 05:45 PM
 
Location: Northern NJ/Amagansett, NY
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Didn't answer the question. What does the country look like after Trump?
As I implied, a lot of it depends on the way the democrats react to him. Which I cant really predict. I would have never predicted that he would send them over the deep end so quickly as it is.
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