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Who would of thought we would have MICKEY (Pence) and DONALD (Trump) running the country?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsL6mKxtOlQ

Best three minutes about politics and the American Dream!

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Huuuuge rise in high quality jobs-construction and manufacturing, rather than the part time hamburger flipping jobs Obama took credit for. Huuuuuuge drop in costly illegals crossing the border.

President Trump is delivering!
it takes about six months into a new administration before new administration can start taking credit/blame for creating jobs


O-blame-a pointed a finger from day 1 and hasn't stopped.

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Huuuuge rise in high quality jobs-construction and manufacturing, rather than the part time hamburger flipping jobs Obama took credit for. Huuuuuuge drop in costly illegals crossing the border.

President Trump is delivering!
it takes about six months into a new administration before new administration can start taking credit/blame for creating jobs


We're in a new age, since President Trump's surprise win the business sector has been giddy with the thought we have a pro-business, pro-worker POTUS in DC, instead of a 'progressive' social worker. You must've missed all the comments by industry giants saying how much they're looking forward to help us become great again.


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it takes about six months into a new administration before new administration can start taking credit/blame for creating jobs

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Talk about Trump all you want... I do not feel bad, because I voted against Hillary!


The public were in a stalemate / zugzwang situation ... either way, the public were going to lose.

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Huuuuge rise in high quality jobs-construction and manufacturing, rather than the part time hamburger flipping jobs Obama took credit for. Huuuuuuge drop in costly illegals crossing the border.

President Trump is delivering!

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Comrades, there is very fine horror movie from 2008, “Paranormal Activity” – perhaps you hear of it?

In the movie Micah has big problem and decides to use Ouija board. His wife Katie tell Micah not to use Ouija board, since unintended consequence of using Ouija board is that devil is conjured from hell! So what does Micah do? If you guess used the Ouija board ... you are correct!

During election against Crooked Hillary Trump needed help when things look very very bad. Campaign needed something “magic” to turn it around. What did Trump do? HE USED THE OUIJA BOARD! His operatives met in secret to do deals with the country I will not name. He praise and encourage wikileaks. Say wikileaks good.

In movie all hell break loose. In Washington all hell break loose now.

Trump campaign operatives had deep ongoing contacts with Russia. Trump did lots of business with Russia. Donald Jr. in 2008 admit Trump Organization do many deal with Russians. Jeff Sessions spoke to Russian Ambassador, then got caught LYING TO CONGRESS! Trump wanted Sessions to be rooster. Now he capon. Now Trump say wikileaks no good after latest leak.

So is left for Trump to do? Blame Obama!



Comrade, thanks for all that... Do you think we will ever get an honest accounting of the relationship between Hillary, the State Department, The Clinton Global Initiative and the financial transactions with foreign countries / foreign NGOs? Of course that will be a little difficult now that the Clintons have closed down the CGI with this transition of power. I am sure most of the electronic trails are wiped clean.

One of my favorite HRC quotes from the Election Daze; "What do you mean "wiped clean"? Like with a clothe or something?"

Talk about Trump all you want... I do not feel bad, because I voted against Hillary!

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Comrades, there is very fine horror movie from 2008, “Paranormal Activity” – perhaps you hear of it?

In the movie Micah has big problem and decides to use Ouija board. His wife Katie tell Micah not to use Ouija board, since unintended consequence of using Ouija board is that devil is conjured from hell! So what does Micah do? If you guess used the Ouija board ... you are correct!

During election against Crooked Hillary Trump needed help when things look very very bad. Campaign needed something “magic” to turn it around. What did Trump do? HE USED THE OUIJA BOARD! His operatives met in secret to do deals with the country I will not name. He praise and encourage wikileaks. Say wikileaks good.

In movie all hell break loose. In Washington all hell break loose now.

Trump campaign operatives had deep ongoing contacts with Russia. Trump did lots of business with Russia. Donald Jr. in 2008 admit Trump Organization do many deal with Russians. Jeff Sessions spoke to Russian Ambassador, then got caught LYING TO CONGRESS! Trump wanted Sessions to be rooster. Now he capon. Now Trump say wikileaks no good after latest leak.

So is left for Trump to do? Blame Obama!


FBI investigation continues into 'odd' computer link between Russian bank and Trump Organization

By Pamela Brown and Jose Pagliery, CNN
Updated 6:00 AM ET, Fri March 10, 2017

(CNN)Federal investigators and computer scientists continue to examine whether there was a computer server connection between the Trump Organization and a Russian bank, sources close to the investigation tell CNN.

Questions about the possible connection were widely dismissed four months ago. But the FBI's investigation remains open, the sources said, and is in the hands of the FBI's counterintelligence team -- the same one looking into Russia's suspected interference in the 2016 election.
One U.S. official said investigators find the server relationship "odd" and are not ignoring it. But the official said there is still more work for the FBI to do. Investigators have not yet determined whether a connection would be significant.
The server issue surfaced again this weekend, mentioned in a Breitbart article that, according to a White House official, sparked President Trump's series of tweets accusing investigators of tapping his phone.
CNN is told there was no Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant on the server.
The FBI declined to comment. The White House did not respond to a request for comment.
In addition, companies involved have provided CNN with new explanations that at times conflict with each other and still don't fully explain what happened.
The story -- of a possible connection between computer servers -- is a strange tale because there are no specific allegations of wrongdoing and only vague technical evidence.
Internet data shows that last summer, a computer server owned by Russia-based Alfa Bank repeatedly looked up the contact information for a computer server being used by the Trump Organization -- far more than other companies did, representing 80% of all lookups to the Trump server.
It's unclear if the Trump Organization server itself did anything in return. No one has produced evidence that the servers actually communicated.
Slate and The New York Times were first to report the unusual server activity.
The Times said the FBI had concluded there could be an "innocuous explanation." And cybersecurity experts told CNN this isn't how two entities would communicate if they wanted to keep things secret.
But for those who have studied the data, the activity could suggest an intent to communicate by email during a period of time when ties between the Trump Organization and Russia are being closely scrutinized because of Russia's alleged involvement in hacking the emails of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign chief John Podesta.
This issue intrigued a dozen computer researchers at a recent business conference in Washington, D.C. that pulled together the world's top network operators, the ones who help run the internet. To them, it's a strange coincidence that merits further scrutiny.
Another computer researcher, Richard Clayton of Cambridge University, said it's just plain weird.
"It's not so much a smoking gun as a faint whiff of smoke a long way away. Maybe there's something else going on. It's hard to tell," said Clayton, who has independently examined the scant evidence available.
What is known:
Last year, a small group of computer scientists obtained internet traffic records from the complex system that serves as the internet's phone book. Access to these records is reserved for highly trusted cybersecurity firms and companies that provide this lookup service.
These signals were captured as they traveled along the internet's Domain Name System (DNS).
These leaked records show that Alfa Bank servers repeatedly looked up the unique internet address of a particular Trump Organization computer server in the United States.
In the computer world, it's the equivalent of looking up someone's phone number -- over and over again. While there isn't necessarily a phone call, it usually indicates an intention to communicate, according to several computer scientists.
What puzzled them was why a Russian bank was repeatedly looking up the contact information for mail1.trump-email.com.
Publicly available internet records show that address, which was registered to the Trump Organization, points to an IP address that lives on an otherwise dull machine operated by a company in the tiny rural town of Lititz, Pennsylvania.
From May 4 until September 23, the Russian bank looked up the address to this Trump corporate server 2,820 times -- more lookups than the Trump server received from any other source.
As noted, Alfa Bank alone represents 80% of the lookups, according to these leaked internet records.
Far back in second place, with 714 such lookups, was a company called Spectrum Health.
Spectrum is a medical facility chain led by Dick DeVos, the husband of Betsy DeVos, who was appointed by Trump as U.S. education secretary.
Together, Alfa and Spectrum accounted for 99% of the lookups.
This server behavior alarmed one computer expert who had privileged access to this technical information last year. That person, who remains anonymous and goes by the moniker "Tea Leaves," obtained this information from internet traffic meant to remain private. It is unclear where Tea Leaves worked or how Tea Leaves obtained access to the information.
Tea Leaves gave that data to a small band of computer scientists who joined forces to examine it, several members of that group told CNN, which has also reviewed the data.
Possible explanations
The corporations involved have different theories to explain the server activity. But they haven't provided proof -- and they don't agree.
Alfa Bank has maintained that the most likely explanation is that the server communication was the result of spam marketing. Bank executives have stayed at Trump hotels, so it's possible they got subsequent spam marketing emails from the Trump Organization. Those emails might have set off defensive cybersecurity measures at the bank, whose servers would respond with a cautious DNS lookup. Alfa Bank said it used antispam software from Trend Micro, whose tools would do a DNS lookup to know the source of the spam.
Alfa Bank said it brought U.S. cybersecurity firm Mandiant to Moscow to investigate. Mandiant had a "working hypothesis" that the activity was "caused by email marketing/spam" on the Trump server's end, according to representatives for Alfa Bank and Mandiant. The private investigation is now over, Alfa Bank said.
Computer scientists agree that such an explanation is possible in theory. But they want to see evidence.
Alfa Bank and Mandiant could not point to marketing emails from the time period in question. "Mandiant has found evidence of an old marketing campaign, which... is too old to be relevant," Alfa Bank said in a statement.
CNN reached out to the Trump Organization with detailed technical questions but has not received answers.
Cendyn is the contractor that once operated marketing software on that Trump email domain. In February, it provided CNN a Trump Organization statement that called the internet records "incomplete" and stressed that they do not show any signs of "two-way email communication." That statement lends credibility to the spam marketing theory, because it says the Trump server was set up in 2010 to deliver promotional marketing emails for Trump Hotels. But Cendyn acknowledged that the last marketing email it delivered for Trump's corporation was sent in March 2016, "well before the date range in question."
Spectrum Health told CNN it "did find a small number of incoming spam marketing emails" from "Cendyn, advertising Trump Hotels." But it pointed to emails sent in 2015, long before the May-through-September 2016 time period examined by scientists. Spectrum Health said that it "has not been contacted by the FBI or any government agency on this matter."
Having the Trump Organization server set up for marketing also doesn't explain why Alfa Bank and Spectrum would stand out so much.
"If it were spam, then a lot of other organizations would be doing DNS lookups. There would be evidence of widespread connectivity with devices," said L. Jean Camp, a computer scientist at Indiana University who has studied the data.
Cendyn has also provided another possible explanation, suggesting a highly technical case of mistaken identity.
Cendyn routinely repurposes computer servers -- like the one used by the Trump Organization.
Cendyn's software, like its event planning tool Metron, sends email and thus relies on the 20 different email servers rented by the company. After "a thorough network analysis," Cendyn has said that it found a bank client had used Metron to communicate with AlfaBank.com.
But Alfa Bank starkly denies "any dealings with Cendyn." And, it says, it's unlikely that it received any emails from that server. "Mandiant investigated 12 months of email archives and it found no emails to or from any of the IP addresses given to us by the media."
On Wednesday, Cendyn provided another explanation to CNN. Cendyn claims the Trump Hotel Collection ditched Cendyn and went with another email marketing company, the German firm Serenata, in March 2016. Cendyn said it "transferred back to" Trump's company the mail1.trump-email.com domain.
Serenata this week told CNN it was indeed hired by Trump Hotels, but it "never has operated or made use of" the domain in question: mail1.trump-email.com.
Upon hearing that Cendyn gave up control of the Trump email domain, Camp, said: "That does not make any sense to me at all. The more confusing this is, the more I think we need an investigation."
Other computer experts said there could be additional lookups that weren't captured by the original leak. That could mean that Alfa's presence isn't as dominant as it seems. But Dyn, which has a major presence on the internet's domain name system, spotted only two such lookups — from the Netherlands on August 15.
Alfa Bank insists that it has no connections to Trump. In a statement to CNN, Alfa Bank said neither it, bank cofounder Mikhail Fridman and bank president Petr Aven "have had any contact with Mr. Trump or his organizations. Fridman and Aven have never met Mr. Trump nor have they or Alfa Bank had any business dealings with him. Neither Alfa Bank nor its officers have sent Mr. Trump or his organization any emails, information or money. Alfa Bank does not have and has never had any special or exclusive internet connection with Mr. Trump or his entities."
Scientists now silent
The bank told CNN it is now trying to identify the person or entity who disseminated this internet traffic. "We believe that DNS traffic in mainland Europe was deliberately captured - in a manner that is unethical and possibly illegal -- in order to manufacture the deceit," it said.
Fear has now silenced several of the computer scientists who first analyzed the data.
Tea Leaves refused to be interviewed by CNN and is now "hiding under a rock," according to an intermediary contact.
Paul Vixie, who helped design the very DNS system the internet uses today, was quoted in the Slate story saying that Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization "were communicating in a secretive fashion." Vixie declined to go on the record with CNN.
Even the skeptics have unanswered questions.
Robert Graham is a cybersecurity expert who wrote a widely circulated blog post in November that criticized computer scientists for premature conclusions connecting the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank.
But he's still wondering why Alfa Bank and Spectrum Health alone dominated links to this Trump server.
"It's indicative of communication between Trump, the health organization and the bank outside these servers," he told CNN. "There is some sort of connection I can't explain, and only they are doing it. It could be completely innocent.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/09/politic ... p-organization/index.html

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I think I he big guy in this thread posted some of Trump's positions. He basically said that if liberals were told the Republican presidential propossed this this and this they would gladly accept it. Maybe he can weigh in?


I'm the one who posted that. It remains true.

Many liberals absolutely hate Trump for two reasons. First, it is a way to avoid admitting to themselves that they were totally 100% wrong about Trump having zero chance of winning. They said this over and over again for months. Because their brains can't process how wrong and stupid they were, as a defense mechanism, they have increased rage towards Trump. They also blame other Americans for making them look stupid (dishonestly claiming it's actually the others who are dumb).

Second, their hatred stems from pure emotion, not rationality. Trump does indeed support more liberal positions than any Republican president in modern history, but because they've already been calling him Hitler and a bigoted xenophobic rapist for months if not years, they're too far down the rabbit hole to turn back now.

They are a lost cause and they aren't worth even reaching out to. Instead, reach out to the moderates, who are more connected with reality.
dude, i'm a liberal and i never called trump a hitler. an a_shole or scumbag, yes. and many republicans were calling him that before he got elected amd many republicans thought/hoped that he would not get elected.

as for leadership, i'm shocked that it is ryan putting up a plan for healthcare eform with no input from the insurers, hospitals as per the head of one large hospital operator that appeared on bloomberg.


That's nice that you haven't. Most liberals have (or agree with media that has), and my post applies to almost all of them.

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I think I he big guy in this thread posted some of Trump's positions. He basically said that if liberals were told the Republican presidential propossed this this and this they would gladly accept it. Maybe he can weigh in?


I'm the one who posted that. It remains true.

Many liberals absolutely hate Trump for two reasons. First, it is a way to avoid admitting to themselves that they were totally 100% wrong about Trump having zero chance of winning. They said this over and over again for months. Because their brains can't process how wrong and stupid they were, as a defense mechanism, they have increased rage towards Trump. They also blame other Americans for making them look stupid (dishonestly claiming it's actually the others who are dumb).

Second, their hatred stems from pure emotion, not rationality. Trump does indeed support more liberal positions than any Republican president in modern history, but because they've already been calling him Hitler and a bigoted xenophobic rapist for months if not years, they're too far down the rabbit hole to turn back now.

They are a lost cause and they aren't worth even reaching out to. Instead, reach out to the moderates, who are more connected with reality.
dude, i'm a liberal and i never called trump a hitler. an a_shole or scumbag, yes. and many republicans were calling him that before he got elected amd many republicans thought/hoped that he would not get elected.

as for leadership, i'm shocked that it is ryan putting up a plan for healthcare eform with no input from the insurers, hospitals as per the head of one large hospital operator that appeared on bloomberg.

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I think I he big guy in this thread posted some of Trump's positions. He basically said that if liberals were told the Republican presidential propossed this this and this they would gladly accept it. Maybe he can weigh in?


I'm the one who posted that. It remains true.

Many liberals absolutely hate Trump for two reasons. First, it is a way to avoid admitting to themselves that they were totally 100% wrong about Trump having zero chance of winning. They said this over and over again for months. Because their brains can't process how wrong and stupid they were, as a defense mechanism, they have increased rage towards Trump. They also blame other Americans for making them look stupid (dishonestly claiming it's actually the others who are dumb).

Second, their hatred stems from pure emotion, not rationality. Trump does indeed support more liberal positions than any Republican president in modern history, but because they've already been calling him Hitler and a bigoted xenophobic rapist for months if not years, they're too far down the rabbit hole to turn back now.

They are a lost cause and they aren't worth even reaching out to. Instead, reach out to the moderates, who are more connected with reality.

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I am so tired of people complaining about the bafoon who is the president. Its the DEMOCRAPS fault because they choose the WORST person in the world. The DEMOCRAPS stood by and did nothing while Debbie Wasserman Shultz and that other CNN FAKE JOURNALIST rigged the primary against Bernie. Was Clinton the best you could do? Then you deserve to LOOSE to the Baffoon.
nope...we have the worst candidate because by and large americans are simply stupid....and that includes some of my friends and family.. PERIOD. i almost fell on the floor, when i read in new york times about north carolina woman and her husband who voted for the first time....they voted for trump because they thought he would do a better job on healthcare...now, they are worried that they would not be able to even get/afford health insurance under ryancare

hillary clinton was not the most exciting candidate, but they turned her into a witch.


Please.... she is a witch, and that was clearly demonstrated when she did not even have the guts to comedown and thank her supporters on election night. Apparently she was preoccupied trashing her hotel suite.

http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=8889


You posted a great article that deserves further discussion here. There's also a great article right from NYU.

Apparently, the liberals at NYU swapped the genders of Trump and Hillary and reenacted one of the debates. The liberals were expecting it to show how Hillary got screwed over because she was a woman.

Instead, they were shocked to find the opposite. They realized they ONLY liked Hillary BECAUSE she was a woman. When her exact words and actions were played by a man, they saw what the rest of the country saw - she was a slimy used car salesman.

And they liked female Trump a LOT.

They made their own heads explode, lol.
interesting...i think i generally find trump moe likeable, i the sense that i'd rather have a beer or drink with him than hillary clinton, but i still wouldn't vote for the guy....and other than obama or brown in california, what politician isn't slimy...

it could also be that trump, like darth vader and friends, is better at tapping into fear and hatred than hillary clinton.

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I think I he big guy in this thread posted some of Trump's positions. He basically said that if liberals were told the Republican presidential propossed this this and this they would gladly accept it. Maybe he can weigh in?

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I am so tired of people complaining about the bafoon who is the president. Its the DEMOCRAPS fault because they choose the WORST person in the world. The DEMOCRAPS stood by and did nothing while Debbie Wasserman Shultz and that other CNN FAKE JOURNALIST rigged the primary against Bernie. Was Clinton the best you could do? Then you deserve to LOOSE to the Baffoon.
nope...we have the worst candidate because by and large americans are simply stupid....and that includes some of my friends and family.. PERIOD. i almost fell on the floor, when i read in new york times about north carolina woman and her husband who voted for the first time....they voted for trump because they thought he would do a better job on healthcare...now, they are worried that they would not be able to even get/afford health insurance under ryancare

hillary clinton was not the most exciting candidate, but they turned her into a witch.


Please.... she is a witch, and that was clearly demonstrated when she did not even have the guts to comedown and thank her supporters on election night. Apparently she was preoccupied trashing her hotel suite.

http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=8889


You posted a great article that deserves further discussion here. There's also a great article right from NYU.

Apparently, the liberals at NYU swapped the genders of Trump and Hillary and reenacted one of the debates. The liberals were expecting it to show how Hillary got screwed over because she was a woman.

Instead, they were shocked to find the opposite. They realized they ONLY liked Hillary BECAUSE she was a woman. When her exact words and actions were played by a man, they saw what the rest of the country saw - she was a slimy used car salesman.

And they liked female Trump a LOT.

They made their own heads explode, lol.

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I am so tired of people complaining about the bafoon who is the president. Its the DEMOCRAPS fault because they choose the WORST person in the world. The DEMOCRAPS stood by and did nothing while Debbie Wasserman Shultz and that other CNN FAKE JOURNALIST rigged the primary against Bernie. Was Clinton the best you could do? Then you deserve to LOOSE to the Baffoon.
nope...we have the worst candidate because by and large americans are simply stupid....and that includes some of my friends and family.. PERIOD. i almost fell on the floor, when i read in new york times about north carolina woman and her husband who voted for the first time....they voted for trump because they thought he would do a better job on healthcare...now, they are worried that they would not be able to even get/afford health insurance under ryancare

hillary clinton was not the most exciting candidate, but they turned her into a witch.


Please.... she is a witch, and that was clearly demonstrated when she did not even have the guts to comedown and thank her supporters on election night. Apparently she was preoccupied trashing her hotel suite.

http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=8889

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nope...we have the worst candidate because by and large americans are simply stupid....and that includes some of my friends and family.. PERIOD. i almost fell on the floor, when i read in new york times about north carolina woman and her husband who voted for the first time....they voted for trump because they thought he would do a better job on healthcare...now, they are worried that they would not be able to even get/afford health insurance under ryancare

hillary clinton was not the most exciting candidate, but they turned her into a witch.

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Agreed. Can't say you're tough on security if you cut the Coast Guard and TSA budget.

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I am so tired of people complaining about the bafoon who is the president. Its the DEMOCRAPS fault because they choose the WORST person in the world. The DEMOCRAPS stood by and did nothing while Debbie Wasserman Shultz and that other CNN FAKE JOURNALIST rigged the primary against Bernie. Was Clinton the best you could do? Then you deserve to LOOSE to the Baffoon.

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Nor does cutting the Coast Guard and TSA budgets to build that stupid useless wall.

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The State Department has approved resuming arms sales to Saudi Arabia previously blocked by Barack Obama.

A multi-million dollar technology for Riyadh was blocked by the former President during the final months of his administration over human rights concerns.


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wor ... ock-weapons-a7620821.html

Selling arms to a terrorist state like Saudi Arabia makes America less safe. Bad job Trump. Making America safe is clearly not his top priority.

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Guaranteed that Trumpcare will not pass. The "freedom caucus" will not be having it and that will put an end to Obamacare as well. Ryan and his cohorts will simply shrug their shoulders.

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15-20 million peole to lose health isnurance coverage under Ryan Care plan

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In addition to President Trump's spectacular success on jobs, illegal border crossings are already down 40%.

Trump will go down as one of the best presidents we've ever had.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/08/politic ... ge-drop-trump-tough-talk/

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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Pretty funny watching the sublime media response to this great economic news.

The typical MO from the previous administration was to announce positive economic numbers and growth indicators with great fanfare then, weeks later, adjust everything down because of cold weather :)

All my friends suffering from TDS are very silent today on their social pages. I noticed the same lull after the Trump speech last week.


This is the same report that you qualified as being fake employment report. But now, it is just fine for you...

I called back in December on this forum that Trump supporters will start embracing this 'fake' report under Obama, after the inauguration... so predictable...


The point was you could never trust the first report of any economic news from the previous administration. It was a critical necessity to perpetuate the Big Economic Lie that the economy was humming along with record unemployment lows.

The problem was not the report but the numbers they were including or excluding to paint their rosy picture of the economy. Whether it was GDP growth, inflation, or unemployment, you could always expect a correction announcement. Suddenly cold weather in the North was impacting the economy and depressing Xmas Season Shopping. As if this "cold weather phenomena" during winter was new?

Tricks like "inadvertently" counting part time seasonal Xmas jobs as full-time job growth in December.... then making jobs correction the end of January. Keeping interests rates low to maintain the "robust or fragile" economic recovery, all depending on who you talked too. Not to mention changing factors for measuring CPI by eliminating the "rising cost of food". At the moment it remains to be seen if this administration will use the same tricks. Let's hope that is not the case.



Oh please... What a bunch of bs!
Below are the monthly numbers for the last 2 years:
2016
Jan 168,000
Feb 233,000
Mar 208,000
Apr 144,000
May 11,000
Jun 292,000
Jul 275,000
Aug 167,000
Sep 208,000
Oct 135,000
Nov 204,000
Dec 157,000

2015
Jan 221,000
Feb 265,000
Mar 84,000
Apr 251,000
May 273,000
Jun 228,000
Jul 277,000
Aug 150,000
Sep 149,000
Oct 295,000
Nov 280,000
Dec 271,000



LOL And where are the corrected numbers???? What about GDP Corrections??? Snoops must have been very helpful? Every time they release an upward growth number weeks it was typical to go back and change.... but the big lie of booming economic prosperity was out there already.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07 ... er-have-year-3-gdp-growth


Those are final estimate (corrected), not first.
https://www.thebalance.com/jobs-report ... growth-statistics-3305732

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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Pretty funny watching the sublime media response to this great economic news.

The typical MO from the previous administration was to announce positive economic numbers and growth indicators with great fanfare then, weeks later, adjust everything down because of cold weather :)

All my friends suffering from TDS are very silent today on their social pages. I noticed the same lull after the Trump speech last week.


This is the same report that you qualified as being fake employment report. But now, it is just fine for you...

I called back in December on this forum that Trump supporters will start embracing this 'fake' report under Obama, after the inauguration... so predictable...


The point was you could never trust the first report of any economic news from the previous administration. It was a critical necessity to perpetuate the Big Economic Lie that the economy was humming along with record unemployment lows.

The problem was not the report but the numbers they were including or excluding to paint their rosy picture of the economy. Whether it was GDP growth, inflation, or unemployment, you could always expect a correction announcement. Suddenly cold weather in the North was impacting the economy and depressing Xmas Season Shopping. As if this "cold weather phenomena" during winter was new?

Tricks like "inadvertently" counting part time seasonal Xmas jobs as full-time job growth in December.... then making jobs correction the end of January. Keeping interests rates low to maintain the "robust or fragile" economic recovery, all depending on who you talked too. Not to mention changing factors for measuring CPI by eliminating the "rising cost of food". At the moment it remains to be seen if this administration will use the same tricks. Let's hope that is not the case.



Oh please... What a bunch of bs!
Below are the monthly numbers for the last 2 years:
2016
Jan 168,000
Feb 233,000
Mar 208,000
Apr 144,000
May 11,000
Jun 292,000
Jul 275,000
Aug 167,000
Sep 208,000
Oct 135,000
Nov 204,000
Dec 157,000

2015
Jan 221,000
Feb 265,000
Mar 84,000
Apr 251,000
May 273,000
Jun 228,000
Jul 277,000
Aug 150,000
Sep 149,000
Oct 295,000
Nov 280,000
Dec 271,000



LOL And where are the corrected numbers???? What about GDP Corrections??? Snoops must have been very helpful? Every time they release an upward growth number weeks it was typical to go back and change.... but the big lie of booming economic prosperity was out there already.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07 ... er-have-year-3-gdp-growth

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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Pretty funny watching the sublime media response to this great economic news.

The typical MO from the previous administration was to announce positive economic numbers and growth indicators with great fanfare then, weeks later, adjust everything down because of cold weather :)

All my friends suffering from TDS are very silent today on their social pages. I noticed the same lull after the Trump speech last week.


This is the same report that you qualified as being fake employment report. But now, it is just fine for you...

I called back in December on this forum that Trump supporters will start embracing this 'fake' report under Obama, after the inauguration... so predictable...


The point was you could never trust the first report of any economic news from the previous administration. It was a critical necessity to perpetuate the Big Economic Lie that the economy was humming along with record unemployment lows.

The problem was not the report but the numbers they were including or excluding to paint their rosy picture of the economy. Whether it was GDP growth, inflation, or unemployment, you could always expect a correction announcement. Suddenly cold weather in the North was impacting the economy and depressing Xmas Season Shopping. As if this "cold weather phenomena" during winter was new?

Tricks like "inadvertently" counting part time seasonal Xmas jobs as full-time job growth in December.... then making jobs correction the end of January. Keeping interests rates low to maintain the "robust or fragile" economic recovery, all depending on who you talked too. Not to mention changing factors for measuring CPI by eliminating the "rising cost of food". At the moment it remains to be seen if this administration will use the same tricks. Let's hope that is not the case.



Oh please... What a bunch of bs!
Below are the monthly numbers for the last 2 years:
2016
Jan 168,000
Feb 233,000
Mar 208,000
Apr 144,000
May 11,000
Jun 292,000
Jul 275,000
Aug 167,000
Sep 208,000
Oct 135,000
Nov 204,000
Dec 157,000

2015
Jan 221,000
Feb 265,000
Mar 84,000
Apr 251,000
May 273,000
Jun 228,000
Jul 277,000
Aug 150,000
Sep 149,000
Oct 295,000
Nov 280,000
Dec 271,000

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My predication for Trump will be that he will shaft the very people that elected him ... Trump is no doubt an elitist, narcissist and sociopath.

I'm predicting worse conditions for the average working stiffs with reduced services (but increased costs) in health care and education. He'll definitely increase the number of prisons and increase the budgets to law enforcement (to keep them on side) and increase military budgets to employ more 'grunts / cattle fodder', to act / intimidate as the muscle for corporate America.

Manufacturing will never be what it was in the 30's - 60's as there are cheaper labor costs / availabilities abroad without all the environmental and labor red tape associated with production. I'm betting Trump is a huge advocate for globalization (many of his investments are abroad not to mention a golf course!) and will view it too expensive to operate in the US.

I'm betting Trump see's the main financial asset the US does extremely well, is the development of armaments and weapons and he'll do everything to protect that industry as it has proven to be an asset for corporate America.

I believe he will show total contempt to the needs of average 'joe citizen' - He knows how to manipulate 'joe citizen' but will never show empathy to the common man and only provide lip service to keep them on-board with his verbal attack on how bad things were.


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Trump's first full month in office has shattered expectations, leading to the most new jobs being created in many years. I'm looking forward to 8 more years of this!

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/privat ... bs-february-2017-adp.html


Pretty funny watching the sublime media response to this great economic news.

The typical MO from the previous administration was to announce positive economic numbers and growth indicators with great fanfare then, weeks later, adjust everything down because of cold weather :)

All my friends suffering from TDS are very silent today on their social pages. I noticed the same lull after the Trump speech last week.


This is the same report that you qualified as being fake employment report. But now, it is just fine for you...

I called back in December on this forum that Trump supporters will start embracing this 'fake' report under Obama, after the inauguration... so predictable...


The point was you could never trust the first report of any economic news from the previous administration. It was a critical necessity to perpetuate the Big Economic Lie that the economy was humming along with record unemployment lows.

The problem was not the report but the numbers they were including or excluding to paint their rosy picture of the economy. Whether it was GDP growth, inflation, or unemployment, you could always expect a correction announcement. Suddenly cold weather in the North was impacting the economy and depressing Xmas Season Shopping. As if this "cold weather phenomena" during winter was new?

Tricks like "inadvertently" counting part time seasonal Xmas jobs as full-time job growth in December.... then making jobs correction the end of January. Keeping interests rates low to maintain the "robust or fragile" economic recovery, all depending on who you talked too. Not to mention changing factors for measuring CPI by eliminating the "rising cost of food". At the moment it remains to be seen if this administration will use the same tricks. Let's hope that is not the case.


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Oh wow, a Politico article! Better post it to score some political points!

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