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Old Today, 09:08 AM
 
Location: Rutherfordton,NC
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From everything I have read about USA Today, they have never stood behind any party and are considered center.

What are your thoughts of them coming out and saying this is the first time in their 34-year history that they are wavering from that position?

EDIT: THis article is from 2016 but since then have posted numerous articles supporting impeachment and other negatives they never did before. What did they see then and still do now to put themselves at publication risk by taking a side?

Here's the article: https://www.usatoday.com/story/opini...GE0ofeDeXfzwo8
He is unfit he lashes out at anyone or anything that disagrees with man child immaturity even if he’s caught on video he still denies it.
He uses fear and tells people that America will suffer when he leaves office.
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Old Today, 11:30 AM
 
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He is unfit he lashes out at anyone or anything that disagrees with man child immaturity even if hes caught on video he still denies it.
He uses fear and tells people that America will suffer when he leaves office.
Found it interesting that he attacked Baltimore for no other reason that Cummings was pushing for impeachment. So predictable.
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Old Today, 02:05 PM
 
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demonstrated record breaking economy
He walked into a good thing with the economy. His spending is no way conservative, btw. And his lack of respect for all the people of this country (minorities) is pitiful.
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Old Today, 02:16 PM
 
Location: Ft. Myers
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Originally Posted by metalmancpa View Post
From everything I have read about USA Today, they have never stood behind any party and are considered center.

What are your thoughts of them coming out and saying this is the first time in their 34-year history that they are wavering from that position?

EDIT: THis article is from 2016 but since then have posted numerous articles supporting impeachment and other negatives they never did before. What did they see then and still do now to put themselves at publication risk by taking a side?

Here's the article: https://www.usatoday.com/story/opini...GE0ofeDeXfzwo8

They are simply printing the truth. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know, and admit, that Donald Trump is, without a doubt, the worst possible person ever to occupy this position. Beyond his lack of skillsets, there is his limited intelligence, his unwillingness and inability to want to learn anything, his disdain for everyone around him, even on his own side or team, and his ulterior motives re: lining his and his families pockets at our expense.

On top of that all, he is LAZY when it comes to doing actual/important work, and he will not try to work with Governors and Mayors, or other world leaders, to try to make any meaningful progress toward improving this country. Every "action" he has taken in the past two years were out of spite or hatred, he is such a little man that he is still seething at the fact that Barack Obama was better liked and respected than he is.

And those are only his good points !
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Old Today, 02:20 PM
 
Location: Ft. Myers
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He walked into a good thing with the economy. His spending is no way conservative, btw. And his lack of respect for all the people of this country (minorities) is pitiful.

Can you imagine, TB, if Trump had become President in 2008 when this country was in the toilet financially ? We would all be selling apples on the street and living in tents. Obama was a Godsend and did such a great job that Trump rode in on his coattails and is enjoying the good economy Obama helped create.

But his flock will never own up to that, they would rather bite off their tongues.
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Old Today, 02:45 PM
 
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Can you imagine, TB, if Trump had become President in 2008 when this country was in the toilet financially ? We would all be selling apples on the street and living in tents. Obama was a Godsend and did such a great job that Trump rode in on his coattails and is enjoying the good economy Obama helped create.

But his flock will never own up to that, they would rather bite off their tongues.
I can't imagine him getting us out of all the issues that we faced in 2008. The housing crisis (people leaving their homes unable to pay their mortgage), banking failures, AIG failure, Lehman Bros failure, two warzones, Syria, car industries failing, unemployment at a high level, the DJIA is at a low point. People filing for unemployment compensation to the max.

Trump was handed the country is pretty decent shape, imo.
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Old Today, 02:56 PM
 
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I can't imagine him getting us out of all the issues that we faced in 2008. The housing crisis (people leaving their homes unable to pay their mortgage), banking failures, AIG failure, Lehman Bros failure, two warzones, Syria, car industries failing, unemployment at a high level, the DJIA is at a low point. People filing for unemployment compensation to the max.

Trump was handed the country is pretty decent shape, imo.
Dear, don't try to fool us. If Trump did do that in 2008, you wouldn't give him credit for it. So don't pretend like you would.



And if Obama was such a hot shot President, 1200 democrats would not have been voted out of office due to his policies.
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Old Today, 03:12 PM
 
Location: Rutherfordton,NC
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He walked into a good thing with the economy. His spending is no way conservative, btw. And his lack of respect for all the people of this country (minorities) is pitiful.
Trump is an angry little man child who has no business being in office. These are not the actions of a mature adult.

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Old Today, 03:21 PM
 
Location: Ft. Myers
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Dear, don't try to fool us. If Trump did do that in 2008, you wouldn't give him credit for it. So don't pretend like you would.



And if Obama was such a hot shot President, 1200 democrats would not have been voted out of office due to his policies.
That "if" is where you are wrong, WK. IF Trump had come into office as a reasonable, sane, normal human being, IF he did not go after everything his predecessor did just to spite Obama, IF he had buckled down, worked hard at REAL issues, and IF he didn't have such thin skin that he spends his entire day tweeting insults, then we would have very little to bit** about. But he is his own worst enemy, and has caused all this never before seen turmoil and dissention . He did it all, no one else.

As for Obama losing 1200 Democrats, evidently you conveniently choose to forget what happened in the last mid term elections. Your boy was shown the door and tons of his side were replaced by D's because of his "popularity". That was just the beginning of his downward spiral, the 2020 election is going to be very interesting !
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Old Today, 03:32 PM
 
Location: Rutherfordton,NC
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That "if" is where you are wrong, WK. IF Trump had come into office as a reasonable, sane, normal human being, IF he did not go after everything his predecessor did just to spite Obama, IF he had buckled down, worked hard at REAL issues, and IF he didn't have such thin skin that he spends his entire day tweeting insults, then we would have very little to bit** about. But he is his own worst enemy, and has caused all this never before seen turmoil and dissention . He did it all, no one else.
Agreed. IF Trump has acted as you said there would be no problem with him. But instead we get this angry over the top mouth piece. The other part it this is that Trump has NO experience or tact to run this country.
Hes no where mature enough to be president. Hes base looks the other way when he acts like a fool and calls others out like a bully in the 8th grade.
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