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Scumbag wants top security clearance for his children. wtf


So someone says he wants to make America great and you call him a scumbag.


They've been brainwashed by the hateful media they consume.

The man wants to secure our borders, help out Americans, and provide jobs. He's a true patriot, and we will see him in action soon enough.

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Maybe if you call our President that name enough, he will have hurt feelings and step down, lol.

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Scumbag wants top security clearance for his children. wtf

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Let's get down to the real issue. Who is moving out? I heard a few like Amy Shumer and Leah Dunham call their threats jokes. What about some others?


Voluntarily or not?


Should be assumed we are talking about American citizens.

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Let's get down to the real issue. Who is moving out? I heard a few like Amy Shumer and Leah Dunham call their threats jokes. What about some others?


Voluntarily or not?

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Let's get down to the real issue. Who is moving out? I heard a few like Amy Shumer and Leah Dunham call their threats jokes. What about some others?

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So the socialist-communist democrats are screaming about the unfair electoral college instead of focusing on the real electoral problem, the super-delegate process that assured Hillary an uncontested nomination 2 years ago.

That process of how they would rule.... all power to a few, the rest of you delegates get in line with the poor sheeple. We know what is best.

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Well, looks like both sides are still drinking their own kool aid. Nothing will change this way.

But hey, whatever it takes to keep rooting for your team!


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The divisive media you consume is far more subversive and dangerous. Breitbart makes its biases clear from the bat.

But your sources spread dangerous misinformation, such as the list of fake hate crimes allegedly committed by Trump supporters, never mentions when they have been confirmed fake, never mentions the worse beatings that Trump supporters have received from violent Hillary supporters, and never calls on Hillary or Obama to denounce the violence committed by her side.

In this way, "educated" people such as yourself end up with a dangerously slanted view of reality, but think you are informed. This only furthers our divisions.


Just look at how Dan Rather conducted himself

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The divisive media you consume is far more subversive and dangerous. Breitbart makes its biases clear from the bat.

But your sources spread dangerous misinformation, such as the list of fake hate crimes allegedly committed by Trump supporters, never mentions when they have been confirmed fake, never mentions the worse beatings that Trump supporters have received from violent Hillary supporters, and never calls on Hillary or Obama to denounce the violence committed by her side.

In this way, "educated" people such as yourself end up with a dangerously slanted view of reality, but think you are informed. This only furthers our divisions.

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I'm willing to give Trump a chance - but the Steve Bannon appointment as a top adviser validates our worst fears.
Reince Priebus on the other hand is a solid pick. I may not agree with his politics, but he's not an alt right racist/fascist like Bannon.

Losing the popular vote=no mandate. If Trump keeps it up we can expect more protests...

http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/09/us/gall ... across-america/index.html


Wrong. Losing the popular vote = completely irrelevant.

Both parties knew the rules of the game going in. If the final score were determined by the popular vote, it would have completely changed the way they campaigned. Further, Trump voters in many populous deep blue states (CA, NY, etc.) would have been more likely to come out and vote if they knew their vote counted. We simply have no idea what the popular vote totals would have been if those were the rules of the game.

An analogy is found in football. If the outcome was determined by who had the most yards, instead of the highest score, play calls and formations would be completely different.

When I hear someone point to the popular vote, I know they are just bitter and can't be taken seriously.


Come on do you really believe that? If it was the other way around, Clinton winning the electoral college but losing the popular vote, Republicans would be crying no mandate. And I would agree to some extent. Trump has the power to govern but the support of a minority of voters. Choosing Bannon is an egregious error. If he keeps it up it will tear the country apart.


You are far too easily influenced by the divisive media you consume.

Bannon was the CEO of Trump's campaign. This isn't new news. And he's brilliant, giving Trump invaluable strategic advice during the campaign that Trump used to secure his historic win.

He's proven his worth and he's a great pick. The lying mass media hates him because his website calls out many of their lies, so they are frantically trying to discredit both him and his website. Won't work.

The same people who compared Trump to Hitler are going crazy over Bannon; think anyone gives a shit what they have to say?


Yes Comrade, you are correct as always, and I do read Breitbart EVERY DAY (and I'm not kidding). Breitbart good like Pravda! It tells Truth! Blacks, Jews, Planned Parenthood, you name it, all NO GOOD! Actual headlines from Breitbart:

Bill Kristol: Republican spoiler, renegade Jew

Lesbian bridezillas bully bridal shop owner over religious beliefs

Hoist it high and proud: The Confederate flag proclaims a glorious heritage

There’s no hiring bias against women in tech, they just suck at interviews

Pamela Geller’s Muhammad cartoon contest is no different from Selma

Sympathy for the devils: The plot against Roger Ailes

Gabby Giffords: The gun control movement’s human shield

Birth control makes women unattractive and crazy

Roger Stone: Clinton aide Huma Abedin ‘most likely a Saudi spy’

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From my understanding Hillary only got about 150,000 extra votes overall - That's insignificant in a country with over 325 million - It's quite clear in my mind that both parties were useless and there was no stand alone winner or more importantly a WANTED candidate when the game show host won!
This election tells me that Hillary was more useless then Trump

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I'm willing to give Trump a chance - but the Steve Bannon appointment as a top adviser validates our worst fears.
Reince Priebus on the other hand is a solid pick. I may not agree with his politics, but he's not an alt right racist/fascist like Bannon.

Losing the popular vote=no mandate. If Trump keeps it up we can expect more protests...

http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/09/us/gall ... across-america/index.html


Wrong. Losing the popular vote = completely irrelevant.

Both parties knew the rules of the game going in. If the final score were determined by the popular vote, it would have completely changed the way they campaigned. Further, Trump voters in many populous deep blue states (CA, NY, etc.) would have been more likely to come out and vote if they knew their vote counted. We simply have no idea what the popular vote totals would have been if those were the rules of the game.

An analogy is found in football. If the outcome was determined by who had the most yards, instead of the highest score, play calls and formations would be completely different.

When I hear someone point to the popular vote, I know they are just bitter and can't be taken seriously.


Come on do you really believe that? If it was the other way around, Clinton winning the electoral college but losing the popular vote, Republicans would be crying no mandate. And I would agree to some extent. Trump has the power to govern but the support of a minority of voters. Choosing Bannon is an egregious error. If he keeps it up it will tear the country apart.


You are far too easily influenced by the divisive media you consume.

Bannon was the CEO of Trump's campaign. This isn't new news. And he's brilliant, giving Trump invaluable strategic advice during the campaign that Trump used to secure his historic win.

He's proven his worth and he's a great pick. The lying mass media hates him because his website calls out many of their lies, so they are frantically trying to discredit both him and his website. Won't work.

The same people who compared Trump to Hitler are going crazy over Bannon; think anyone gives a shit what they have to say?

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I'm willing to give Trump a chance - but the Steve Bannon appointment as a top adviser validates our worst fears.
Reince Priebus on the other hand is a solid pick. I may not agree with his politics, but he's not an alt right racist/fascist like Bannon.

Losing the popular vote=no mandate. If Trump keeps it up we can expect more protests...

http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/09/us/gall ... across-america/index.html


Wrong. Losing the popular vote = completely irrelevant.

Both parties knew the rules of the game going in. If the final score were determined by the popular vote, it would have completely changed the way they campaigned. Further, Trump voters in many populous deep blue states (CA, NY, etc.) would have been more likely to come out and vote if they knew their vote counted. We simply have no idea what the popular vote totals would have been if those were the rules of the game.

An analogy is found in football. If the outcome was determined by who had the most yards, instead of the highest score, play calls and formations would be completely different.

When I hear someone point to the popular vote, I know they are just bitter and can't be taken seriously.


Come on do you really believe that? If it was the other way around, Clinton winning the electoral college but losing the popular vote, Republicans would be crying no mandate. And I would agree to some extent. Trump has the power to govern but the support of a minority of voters. Choosing Bannon is an egregious error. If he keeps it up it will tear the country apart.

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I'm willing to give Trump a chance - but the Steve Bannon appointment as a top adviser validates our worst fears.
Reince Priebus on the other hand is a solid pick. I may not agree with his politics, but he's not an alt right racist/fascist like Bannon.

Losing the popular vote=no mandate. If Trump keeps it up we can expect more protests...

http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/09/us/gall ... across-america/index.html


Wrong. Losing the popular vote = completely irrelevant.

Both parties knew the rules of the game going in. If the final score were determined by the popular vote, it would have completely changed the way they campaigned. Further, Trump voters in many populous deep blue states (CA, NY, etc.) would have been more likely to come out and vote if they knew their vote counted. We simply have no idea what the popular vote totals would have been if those were the rules of the game.

An analogy is found in football. If the outcome was determined by who had the most yards, instead of the highest score, play calls and formations would be completely different.

When I hear someone point to the popular vote, I know they are just bitter and can't be taken seriously.

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I'm willing to give Trump a chance - but the Steve Bannon appointment as a top adviser validates our worst fears.
Reince Priebus on the other hand is a solid pick. I may not agree with his politics, but he's not an alt right racist/fascist like Bannon.

Losing the popular vote=no mandate. If Trump keeps it up we can expect more protests...

http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/09/us/gall ... across-america/index.html

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Less than 1% of our GDP is exports to China.
What we import from China is roughly equal to about 4% of our GDP. China has way more to lose that we do in a trade war.
trade is not a zero sum game.....you think us consumers will be happy if the prices of their cheap walmart junk suddenly starts rising rapidly? and besides, chinese manufacturers could also shift to lower cost vietnam, bangladesh and ethiopia


Well, they might not be happy at paying $2 for a plastic bauble instead of $1.25, but they'll be happier if they have jobs than if they don't. If you're like me and have a nice job then the $2 won't be a big deal but if you're poor and live in middle America, that is the difference between a life/future and depression/death.

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President Trump has earned his mandate, and he will run the country as he sees fit. Instead of trying to undermine him at every possible opportunity, you should sit back and be happy as he Makes America Great Again.


Like the Republican Congress did with Obama?

I'm willing to give Trump a chance but come on, this is pure kool aid talk. Government can only be held in check if our politicians are questioned.


As a public service announcement, Respect The Presidency Street currently has a lane closure, it's down to a one-way.

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President Trump has earned his mandate, and he will run the country as he sees fit. Instead of trying to undermine him at every possible opportunity, you should sit back and be happy as he Makes America Great Again.


Like the Republican Congress did with Obama?

I'm willing to give Trump a chance but come on, this is pure kool aid talk. Government can only be held in check if our politicians are questioned.

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President Trump has earned his mandate, and he will run the country as he sees fit. Instead of trying to undermine him at every possible opportunity, you should sit back and be happy as he Makes America Great Again.

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What we import from China is roughly equal to about 4% of our GDP. China has way more to lose that we do in a trade war.
trade is not a zero sum game.....you think us consumers will be happy if the prices of their cheap walmart junk suddenly starts rising rapidly? and besides, chinese manufacturers could also shift to lower cost vietnam, bangladesh and ethiopia

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Less than 1% of our GDP is exports to China.
What we import from China is roughly equal to about 4% of our GDP. China has way more to lose that we do in a trade war.

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One simple link demonstrates who would win or lose that one: https://www.thebalance.com/u-s-china-t ... cts-and-solutions-3306277

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china told trump to go take a hike. if trump starts a trade war, then china will stop buying boeing planes and iphones.

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The old adage, inside every liberal is a totalitarian screaming to come out, is being demonstrated yet again through these "protests."

These "progressives" cannot handle the fact that they got blown out fair and square (actually, the system was rigged in favor of them but they still lost), and are resorting to immature temper tantrums in an attempt to usurp the will of the voters. Sad!


What's more concerning to me is the government recording people's voices and faces who are participating in these protests and broadcasting them on Television. This endless surveillence of American Citizens is out of control and needs to be ended immediately, but I fear it is only going to continue.

Terry S.


I used to be massively concerned with stuff like this, but now I'm starting to think it is a necessary evil. I was in NYC yesterday and the protestors are disruptive, violent, jerks and if allowed to would simply attack anyone they think supports Trump and loot the city. There should be consequences for that, and people that attend these protests should know that if they cause disruption, if they become violent or if they otherwise commit a crime, that they will go to prison.

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In other exciting news, remember that deer in headlights look from the press conference after meeting with Obama last week:

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During their private White House meeting on Thursday, Mr. Obama walked his successor through the duties of running the country, and Mr. Trump seemed surprised by the scope, said people familiar with the meeting. Trump aides were described by those people as unaware that the entire presidential staff working in the West Wing had to be replaced at the end of Mr. Obama’s term.

After meeting with Mr. Trump, the only person to be elected president without having held a government or military position, Mr. Obama realized the Republican needs more guidance. He plans to spend more time with his successor than presidents typically do, people familiar with the matter said.


http://www.wsj.com/articles/leading-c ... reince-priebus-1479069597

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What's more concerning to me is the government recording people's voices and faces who are participating in these protests and broadcasting them on Television. This endless surveillence of American Citizens is out of control and needs to be ended immediately, but I fear it is only going to continue.

Terry S.


Maybe the government agencies see's protesters that cause damage, as person's who uses terrorism in the pursuit of political aims ... remember the patriot act!

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The old adage, inside every liberal is a totalitarian screaming to come out, is being demonstrated yet again through these "protests."

These "progressives" cannot handle the fact that they got blown out fair and square (actually, the system was rigged in favor of them but they still lost), and are resorting to immature temper tantrums in an attempt to usurp the will of the voters. Sad!


What's more concerning to me is the government recording people's voices and faces who are participating in these protests and broadcasting them on Television. This endless surveillence of American Citizens is out of control and needs to be ended immediately, but I fear it is only going to continue.

Terry S.

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