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    No talking any sense now to Americans the neo Liberals have been turned into anarchists by a media on a mission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWNUK View Post
    I like Trump because he challenges the liberal so called "elite."
    ...and seems determined to replace them with an "elite" who are anything but "liberal". One where the amount of money you have determines how much say you have in things, in fact.

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    I also like his style in bypassing the Zionist news media, and speaks to his people directly, using social media.
    Who needs an indepedent Press anyway, eh? Not when we can have Mr Trump lying repeatedly on Twitter ("Biggest inauguration crowd ever..." / "Obama bugged Trump Tower..." / "No-one from the campaign committee ever met with any russians..." / etc, etc, etc...).

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    Then there is his honest attempt to prevent certain foreign nationals from entering his country.
    Is that the "honest attempt" that involves ignoring chunks of the Constitution, or the one with the ruinously expensive "wall" that can't physically be built along many crossing points and won't work anyway, according to just about everyone except Mr Trump.

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    His unwavering attempts to bring back employment to the American working classes.
    The jury'll be out on that for some time, but considering where many Trump-branded products are made, and what the man himself has had to say on the matter (https://web.archive.org/web/20060507...asp?item=98255), I'd take it with a pinch of salt.

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    The fact that he might well be able to bring about piece between the US and Russia.
    Hmm. In pretty much the same way that nice Mr Chamberlain brought us peace with Germany, no doubt. Whatever Russia's game is, it certainly doesn't involve being a good neighbour to the West.

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    The fact that he funded his own election campaign...
    Really? Another fib you've fallen for, I'm afraid...

    Mr Trump paid for a certain amount (but nowhere near all) of his campaign to win the nomination. In the race for the White House, however, he seems to have made money rather than spent it...

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...ds-businesses/

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    Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit...
    There are lower. You should see some of the stuff I get paid to write.

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    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/parents-...h-at-jamboree/

    This cretin can't be trusted with any audience. I wonder if his speeches should come with a warning concerning the mental health of the speaker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albertcornercrew View Post
    This cretin can't be trusted with any audience. I wonder if his speeches should come with a warning concerning the mental health of the speaker.
    Incredible behaviour, even by his standards. Apart from which, the constant (and seemingly strengthening) obsessions with crowd sizes, publically belittling/bullying others and the endless need to tell people how "popular" he is (how many times have we heard the electoral college result?) are now downright Aspergic.

    It's funny, sure - but the World's Most Powerful Person carrying on like that? Worrying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaymondDelauney View Post
    Incredible behaviour, even by his standards. Apart from which, the constant (and seemingly strengthening) obsessions with crowd sizes, publically belittling/bullying others and the endless need to tell people how "popular" he is (how many times have we heard the electoral college result?) are now downright Aspergic.

    It's funny, sure - but the World's Most Powerful Person carrying on like that? Worrying.
    Definitely on the spectrum somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaymondDelauney View Post
    Incredible behaviour, even by his standards. Apart from which, the constant (and seemingly strengthening) obsessions with crowd sizes, publically belittling/bullying others and the endless need to tell people how "popular" he is (how many times have we heard the electoral college result?) are now downright Aspergic.

    It's funny, sure - but the World's Most Powerful Person carrying on like that? Worrying.
    Like Corbyn then?

    But that is different right??

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    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...s-steve-bannon

    Wow, his new appointment is as big a cretin as himself.

    This White House resembles Bedlam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWNUK View Post
    Like Corbyn then?

    But that is different right??
    Very. I'm no Corbynista, but please explain where his behaviour can - in any way - be compared to that of a man who (we discover last night) can prompt the Boy Scouts of America to issue an apology for the speech he gave the other day(!).

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/27/u...p-apology.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaymondDelauney View Post
    Very. I'm no Corbynista, but please explain where his behaviour can - in any way - be compared to that of a man who (we discover last night) can prompt the Boy Scouts of America to issue an apology for the speech he gave the other day(!). https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/27/u...p-apology.html
    Trump appears to have beefed up the type of self-promotion presentation Blair once gave to the Women's Institute...
    The poster reserves the right to amend or completely change any opinions he has posted at any time meanwhile, still waiting for the whip hand that Enoch forecast...

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