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This might be the first election with a sore victor.

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Did you read what I posted? Or just enjoy preaching? It's counter productive to destroy property and attack police but if that is what makes you happy to for it


Yes I read your post, but I think it's you who did not read my entire post. The first part of my post centered on the peaceful women's march, that I attended in DC, where there were zero arrests and no violence. I finished with saying how abhorrent the behavior of a small percentage of protesters on Friday anti-Trump protest was.

Of course it's counter productive to attack the police and detroy/vandalize other peoples property.

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Trump is the President! Accept it! Protesting against him is protesting against the country!


How ridiculous is this? Accepting the results of the election and exercising ones rights to freedom of speech/ peaceful protest are not mutually exclusive.

If you have a problem with a vocal minority you're living in the wrong country.


Did you read what I posted? Or just enjoy preaching? It's counter productive to destroy property and attack police but if that is what makes you happy to for it

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every election has disgrunted sore loosers

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every election has disgrunted sore loosers

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Trump is the President! Accept it! Protesting against him is protesting against the country!


How ridiculous is this? Accepting the results of the election and exercising ones rights to freedom of speech/ peaceful protest are not mutually exclusive.

If you have a problem with a vocal minority you're living in the wrong country.
preach on, rev cat!

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Trump is the President! Accept it! Protesting against him is protesting against the country!


How ridiculous is this? Accepting the results of the election and exercising ones rights to freedom of speech/ peaceful protest are not mutually exclusive.

If you have a problem with a vocal minority you're living in the wrong country.

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bottom line, people have a right to protest. accept that and the fact that more people showed up to protest than attended his half-empty innauguration


Trump is the President! Accept it! Protesting against him is protesting against the country!
Our Dear President has magnanimously proclaimed that protests are helping democracy? besides obama was legitimately elected and you had gop members of congress booing him?

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bottom line, people have a right to protest. accept that and the fact that more people showed up to protest than attended his half-empty innauguration


Trump is the President! Accept it! Protesting against him is protesting against the country!

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Trump Travel, LLC: Going to a protest? Let us make your travel arrangements. We've got the best busses, planes, and trains, and we have the best hotels and restaurants. We've got the best sign painters and the best knitters. We even give you a reason to protest! For all your protest needs, book with Trump Travel. Don't be a chump, protest with Trump!


You meant to say George Soros. He's been bankrolling hate groups like BLM and funding many "protests" around the country.

Hope President Trump looks into his finances.

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Because nothing says 'alternate news/facts' like CNN putting up a 'live' picture of the inauguration turnout SIX HOURS BEFORE THE EVENT to try and make President Trump look bad. Fake news fail.


If this is an early picture where is the "real event" picture?

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Trump Travel, LLC: Going to a protest? Let us make your travel arrangements. We've got the best busses, planes, and trains, and we have the best hotels and restaurants. We've got the best sign painters and the best knitters. We even give you a reason to protest! For all your protest needs, book with Trump Travel. Don't be a chump, protest with Trump!

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The Trump photos published by CNN and everyone else were taken DURING the speech.

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How the hell could it be 6 hours before the inauguration? Sunrise in Washington DC is 7:21AM. The inauguration ceremony started at 11:30AM. You're saying this picture was taken at 5:30AM while it was still dark out? WHAT??



It's such a ridiculous thing for conservatives like you to be arguing against. It's plain as day and you can see it with your own eyes. And so what? The Northeast has a lot more liberals. Obama was a unique candidate and generated tons of hype. Trump has really low approval ratings. Of course he's going to have a smaller inauguration crowd.

It's really disturbing to see so many people ignore facts and so willingly spout complete lies, and slandering everything they don't like as "fake news" despite it being either objectively true or just biased.

This headlong charge into willful ignorance that Monroe and millions of other Trump supporters are doing is frightening. When a large segment of our population looks at objectively true facts and decides to say they're fake. When so many people would rather take the word of a pathological liar than their own two eyes, or scientific researchers, or journalists with sources and documentation. Then what the fuck hope do we have?


I'm not so much worried about Trump as I am about people like Monroe that are gleefully embracing the 2+2=5 philosophy of 1984. It's not just ignorance, but complete misinformation. I hope people wake up and don't fall for the classic gaslighting tactics that Trump's team is using, because if they do our country is going to continue sliding to a Russian political system where there is no objective truth.

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Because nothing says 'alternate news/facts' like CNN putting up a 'live' picture of the inauguration turnout SIX HOURS BEFORE THE EVENT to try and make President Trump look bad. Fake news fail.

Of course, the only turnout that was important was the Electoral College turnout.

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so now scumbag's people are saying donald will never release taxes!

when is the next state of the union? i hope democrats boycott trump's speech en masse since we all know if will be nothing but lies and bravado.


Let the losers stay home, it only shows that they don't represent all of their constituents, like Obama didn't either.
no the sociopath's team is talking about "alternate facts"....wtf.

https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/art ... se-inauguration-reporting

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so now scumbag's people are saying donald will never release taxes!

when is the next state of the union? i hope democrats boycott trump's speech en masse since we all know if will be nothing but lies and bravado.


Let the losers stay home, it only shows that they don't represent all of their constituents, like Obama didn't either.

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so now scumbag's people are saying donald will never release taxes!

when is the next state of the union? i hope democrats boycott trump's speech en masse since we all know if will be nothing but lies and bravado.

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Yes, but President Trump is only a little bit more of a Republican than Bernie is a Democrat. I'm thrilled we have an outlier in the Oval Office, it'll keep both parties more honest.

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FAB, you do know that corporate America/Wall Street contributed to crooked Hillary about 10X what they sent to President Trump?

And that Hillary was able to outspend President Trump 2 X 1-and still lost?

So they tried to buy the White House, and lost.

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Corporate America must be rubbing their hands together - Instead of buying politicians to benefit their own needs and greed, they can invest in their own CEO's to run for presidency .... Trump did it, why can't we they might ask?

With the Military and Walmart being the 2 largest employers in the US, either could promote an officer or CEO and get a huge voting pool to vote for them !

The US has progressed to being the ugliest capitalist nation on the planet. Democracy has been manipulated until it has imploded via the two party strangle-hold ... both the democrat and republican parties should be dismantled and we have more variety in politics ... it's if we have the NBA only having two teams to follow that have all the resources, and the general public needs to make a choice .... eventually we get sick of it by leaving, or picking the worst option to shake things up!

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Is there anyone uglier than Michael Moore? Seriously... wait! Rosie O'Donnell!

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I'm not sure how climate change relates to the recent massacres, or home grown terror attacks, so I'll have to take your word on that.

I would agree that Obama was very long on promises and short on delivering them. I never thought he could get done what he promised he would, so I was not disappointed.

I'll wait to see what, of his MANY, promises Trump can deliver on, especially since he is already running into push back from the Republican party. Yes, I realize he has already saved some people their jobs, and I think that is great.

I would also agree that Trump is a total unknown factor in the long established government norms, and he is scaring a lot of people by being that. I just hope he doesn't say something off the cuff, that gets misinterpreted by a foreign government that leads to much bigger problems. At least he is delegating much of the President's typical responsibility to his cabinet members.

Maybe he'll be the like the Queen, and just be a figure head while all the real power is held by the people below him.

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Let's put the crowd comparisons, Trump's self congratulatory tone of speeches, and whether or not he really belongs to a particular political party aside for one moment. Do you think the liberal people in the country have a right to protest peacefully like they did at the women's march? Or should they just accept they lost and move on?

Of course I think what happened at the inaugural protests by a minority of the people in attendance was abhorrent.



You hit nail on the head... the right to peaceful assembly is a human right in this country, guaranteed by Bill of Rights. Most people are smirking at the hysteria... no US citizen is going loose their inalienable right to the pursuit happiness or liberty.

He is not a democrat or republican, that is why out of touch Washington DC is so shaken. He heard a message, saw it travelling the country and told the 10s of thousands of people at his arena rallies that he heard them.

Obama came into his first presidency with so much promise and instead of getting the economy going and getting us out of the Middle East in an orderly manner, he focused on the progressive shopping list which is totally opposite of what concerns regular people.

For an example, our American family, friends and neighbors are being ruthlessly murdered in nightclubs, road races and attacked at landmarks like Times Square. Obama and his sycophants blamed all this Global Warming. And then in desperation label us as racists etc.

Hillary promised to continue his failed progressive agenda and making global warming #1 does not put food on the average American's table. This presidency is a direct result of democrat party failure to support all Americans.

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Let's put the crowd comparisons, Trump's self congratulatory tone of speeches, and whether or not he really belongs to a particular political party aside for one moment. Do you think the liberal people in the country have a right to protest peacefully like they did at the women's march? Or should they just accept they lost and move on?

Of course I think what happened at the inaugural protests by a minority of the people in attendance was abhorrent.

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Trump isn't a democrat or republican, he just needed a party platform the get elected on. I think that's why there is so much negative discourse and it's more to do with his actions and behavior then the political party he represents.

I can't think of any other person that was elected causing so much disharmony and protest within a nation they are about to govern - Trump is a 'pig' no doubt, but there was no other choice, other then Bernie who got shafted by an egotistical women and the party hierarchy / power brokers they represented.

I don't for one minute think Trump gives a siht about the republician party whom he is supposed to represent - Trump is a sociopath who's only goal is promoting and benefiting himself and only by chance, might benefit this nation.

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bottom line, people have a right to protest. accept that and the fact that more people showed up to protest than attended his half-empty innauguration


And more people stood in line for hours at arenas all over the country to support Trump.... while Hillary's campaign was crashing and burning.

At the end she could not fill a black church when she was on the campaign stump with hot sauce in her purse, pandering to the African American communities.

Which crowd was more important to Trump... the crowd at his inauguration or the hundreds of thousands at the arenas.

Democrats need to face the facts, Trumps victory is on you people for putting up the worst presidential candidate ever.
doesn't change the fact that people will continue to protest against scumbag.

i heard that the camerapeople were ordered not to film the crowd during trump's speech at the cia. he's pathetic and that doesn't change the fact that america elected a scumbag as president


Why are you so focused on crowds.. after Trump was elected, he went back out and filled those same arenas to thank the people that voted for him.

The only crowds that matter are at the polling stations. I am willing to bet there was a significant number of people in the crowds today that did not vote because they believed all the polls and the media reports saying Trump was down by double digits.

Trust me from first hand experience, people that voted against Hillary, were sitting quietly at their jobs texting families and friends in celebration. Now he needs to deliver, stop illegal immigration, get the economy growing and keep everyone safe in this country.

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I have never seen anyone in my life feel the need to self congratulate oneself more than Donald Trump. Today, standing in front of the CIA Memorial he spent much of the time rambling about himself, how smart he is, how great his numbers are and the number of times he has appeared on Time magazine. The level of insecurity is staggering.



Apparently you have never listened with your ears and mind open to an Obama speech

http://www.dailywire.com/news/10500/o ... es-speeches-james-barrett


Thank you for the comment. What a great example you gave comparing Obama praising himself on the campaign trail vs. Trump praising himself at the memorial for fallen CIA, a place that is considered hallowed ground. This was his first public appearance after yesterdays inauguration festivities and in his 15 minute speech he failed to take a moment to acknowledge their sacrifice, but had plenty to say about how he has been victimized by the press. And his speech totally ignored the insults he hurled at them in recent weeks. There is a time and place to bitch about the press and really it should be left to Sean Spicer. Let him take the heat.

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bottom line, people have a right to protest. accept that and the fact that more people showed up to protest than attended his half-empty innauguration


And more people stood in line for hours at arenas all over the country to support Trump.... while Hillary's campaign was crashing and burning.

At the end she could not fill a black church when she was on the campaign stump with hot sauce in her purse, pandering to the African American communities.

Which crowd was more important to Trump... the crowd at his inauguration or the hundreds of thousands at the arenas.

Democrats need to face the facts, Trumps victory is on you people for putting up the worst presidential candidate ever.
doesn't change the fact that people will continue to protest against scumbag.

i heard that the camerapeople were ordered not to film the crowd during trump's speech at the cia. he's pathetic and that doesn't change the fact that america elected a scumbag as president

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