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The Trump Presidency (take 2)

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It is going to be critical to remember that throughout the first two full years of Trump’s presidency, he remains the most popular president AMONG REPUBLICANS in history.  

Why critucal?

Because at some point, possibly soon, we are going to hear a ton of “we never really liked him, he just wasn’t as bad as Hillary.  

BULLL POOOPY!!!!

They love this guy still.  He is them and them is he. 

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2 hours ago, JayOzOne said:

Don't be silly. Trump slept with a porn star and a centerfold while he was married. And as far as Brown helping her with her career, that pales in comparison with Vlad Putin assisting Spanky. The GOP won't have any advantage when comparing morals, track record or general level of shadiness. With that said, her Dem opponents will have a huge thing to post on social media about her under the guise of those irritating memes and links to fake news sites sponsored by unknown sources.

Don't be silly. 

 

 

None of that matters. You didn't learn from 2016? Criticism over ******** matters a ton except with Trump. If it's an easy talking point against the Dem, it matters. 

 

It's not fair but it is what it is. 

 

The Dem candidate has to absolutely kill it on messaging and do so with the right people. And it's a wide swath of people. If the messaging isn't right the ******** absolutely matters. 

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7 minutes ago, Jpowers said:

Don't be silly. 

 

 

None of that matters. You didn't learn from 2016? Criticism over ******** matters a ton except with Trump. If it's an easy talking point against the Dem, it matters. 

 

It's not fair but it is what it is. 

 

The Dem candidate has to absolutely kill it on messaging and do so with the right people. And it's a wide swath of people. If the messaging isn't right the ******** absolutely matters. 

Let me tell you what matters. Whatever people want to matter. A candidate can spin things however they want IF they have the media behind them. Trump would have never won without ****e-Bart and Fox News hugging his squamous cells all campaign long. So, what really matters? Nothing. With the caveat that the candidate themselves define what matters. That's what Elizabeth Warren did with her DNA testing. She was telling the media what mattered. They responded by mocking her, but you know what? The bandaid's been ripped off, we all know what the scar looks like now, it's boring now, and it has been effectively defused. **** I hope she wins the Nomination.

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1 minute ago, ♒Sn4tteRBoxXeR♒ said:

Let me tell you what matters. Whatever people want to matter. A candidate can spin things however they want IF they have the media behind them. Trump would have never won without ****e-Bart and Fox News hugging his squamous cells all campaign long. So, what really matters? Nothing. With the caveat that the candidate themselves define what matters. That's what Elizabeth Warren did with her DNA testing. She was telling the media what mattered. They responded by mocking her, but you know what? The bandaid's been ripped off, we all know what the scar looks like now, it's boring now, and it has been effectively defused. **** I hope she wins the Nomination.

So.... It's messaging that matters? Got it. 

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1 hour ago, Jpowers said:

My God this is a real tweet. 

 

 

Who says Trump has been underwhelming for comedy? We're just looking to the wrong comedians

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Trump placed someone new in charge of security clearances.  :ninja:  Read and see why Trump is in someone's pocket:

A former intelligence officer Malcolm Nance laid out plainly what the worst case scenario we may be dealing with White House clearances being reinstated and hoped that the House is ready to "rip this thing apart".  Quote: "I held a top secret SCI security clearance with special access programs. Jared Kushner would need many high levels of access working in the office of the president. The security concern is quite simple and I have never heard of a person ever editing their actual SF-86 security application form, like Jared Kushner did with, I believe over 100 modifications to it. That's because anyone who modified their clearance of application once, had their clearance pulled and never given access. Also with Jared Kushner, one of the concerns that FBI had, was at the point where they were going to adjudicate his process, they had come up with the term unclearable. That means that there is something in your background, whether it's -- usually financial in your contacts with foreign powers. This is why the CIA would not allow Jared Kushner access to their programs. That meant they suspected he could either give away top secret information, sell top secret information, or would compromise their intelligence operations. Clearly whoever the individual was that made the determination to reinstate security clearance, not just for Kushner, but for 30 other individuals was hyper-partisan, I tell you, to be quite honest, every one of those people need to have their clearance pulled immediately, to make sure that none of them are spies or are selling this information. Jared Kushner had even asked a foreign power to use foreign cryptographic communication systems, so he could speak behind the back of the United States government. The House needs to rip this thing apart, because I think that what we're going to find is, individuals for their own personal benefit may have been using this information that they were given access to that they should never have ever seen".

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Good gawd ..:barf:

Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brownaddressed his past extramarital relationship with U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris in his weekly column Saturday, saying he may have boosted the presidential hopeful's career.

Yes, we dated. It was more than 20 years ago," Brown wrote in the San Francisco Chronicle.

"Yes, I may have influenced her career by appointing her to two state commissions when I was [California] Assembly speaker. And I certainly helped with her first race for district attorney in San Francisco."

Brown, 84, pointed out that he also helped the careers of other prominent California Democrats, such as U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Gov. Gavin Newsom and U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

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9 hours ago, HolyMoses said:

 

They love this guy still.  He is them and them is he. 

Amazing, you should become a speech writer for Trump.

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I’ve got to hope these guys just ignore their lawyers’ advice when they go on tv, surely they’re advised against this. 

 

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12 minutes ago, mdrake34 said:

I’ve got to hope these guys just ignore their lawyers’ advice when they go on tv, surely they’re advised against this. 

 

I've never seen anything to make me think these guys have ever listened to their attorneys. 

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