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Thread: The Immediate Repercussions of President Donald J. Trump (Second Thread)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Walsh View Post
    Trump touting a 50% approval from Rasmussen

    Rasmussen have now become a laughing stock of polling companies with clearly out of date methodology, ringing old white people on landlines
    Their eve of Midterm poll had the GOP ahead, the only poll among hundreds that did so.
    They were over 10% out!

    But this is where Trump is right now.
    Hounded and cornered, he cannot even brag about his usual favorites, the stock market or even the economy.
    His idiotic 6% GDP forecast for 2019, now looking like utter lunacy

    So he clings to crap discredited polls like this to comfort himself and his dwindling band of simpletons who follow him
    Well CNN had the Dems 13% ahead in their last poll which was also ridiculous.
    Fair and Balanced

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dame_Enda View Post
    Well CNN had the Dems 13% ahead in their last poll which was also ridiculous.
    They won by almost 9%, that' s 4% out, so not ridiculous by any means.
    CNN AFAIK polled about 5% too heavily on under 30's, which explains the 13%
    On normal POTUS election age distribution, Dems would have won by 12-14%,


    You getting worried Dame?
    China trade debacle
    Markets in free fall
    World growth slowing
    Deficit and Debt going through the roof
    Senate will later today lacerate him over Saudi
    Putin and most of the world now laughing at him and calling his bluff at every turn
    Mueller and other inquiries now gathering steam

    Not a lot going your way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Walsh View Post
    They won by almost 9%, that' s 4% out, so not ridiculous by any means.
    CNN AFAIK polled about 5% too heavily on under 30's, which explains the 13%
    On normal POTUS election age distribution, Dems would have won by 12-14%,


    You getting worried Dame?
    China trade debacle
    Markets in free fall
    World growth slowing
    Deficit and Debt going through the roof
    Senate will later today lacerate him over Saudi
    Putin and most of the world now laughing at him and calling his bluff at every turn
    Mueller and other inquiries now gathering steam

    Not a lot going your way
    All those things are true and it is becoming increasingly obvious (to rational, sensible people anyway) that Trump is making a complete cluster fock of POTUS however the big worry is what his legacy will be, the mess he leaves after him. It will be disasterous for not only the USA but for the world at large, it could take decades to repair the mess he leaves

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    Love this.


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    Undocumented workers at Trump golf club speak out – live updates | US news | The Guardian

    All you can do is laugh at the brass neck of the turd.

    I love this bit

    Another worker, Sandra Diaz, told the Times she was undocumented while working at the club for several years. She has since left the job and gained legal status.

    Diaz was assigned to clean Trump’s personal residence at the Bedminster club, where she washed Trump’s clothes. She recalled he had an outburst over orange stains on the collar of a white golf shirt, which she said were stains from his makeup that she was unable to get out.

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    His best work thus far..
    Trumps Favorite Things! - A Randy Rainbow Song Parody - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Walsh View Post
    Undocumented workers at Trump golf club speak out €“ live updates | US news | The Guardian

    All you can do is laugh at the brass neck of the turd.

    I love this bit

    Another worker, Sandra Diaz, told the Times she was undocumented while working at the club for several years. She has since left the job and gained legal status.

    Diaz was assigned to clean Trump’s personal residence at the Bedminster club, where she washed Trump’s clothes. She recalled he had an outburst over orange stains on the collar of a white golf shirt, which she said were stains from his makeup that she was unable to get out.
    I thought it might have been Some Orange Juice !

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    This article is a must read. It comes from Trump's enemy Bruce Springsteen who shares Trump's fan base. Springstien is reporting what he is hearing directly and therefore is reporting not guessing or opinionating. I could not say ti better myself


    Bruce Springsteen Explains How Trump Won Over His Fans, Gives Dems Dire 2020 Prediction | Daily Wire

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    Despite generally agreeing with Trump, his policies on downgrading wildlife protections are unfortunate.

    Fair and Balanced

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