The repercussions of the second year of the Trump presidency

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I believe that it's time for a new thread about the repercussions of the Trump presidency.

The thread titled "The Immediate Repercussions of President Donald J. Trump" has served it's purpose, but we are closing in on the end of Trump's first year in office, so I think a new thread is called for.

The repercussions that were "immediate" in November 2016 aren't "immediate" any longer.
 
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I believe that it's time for a new thread about the repercussions of the Trump presidency.

The thread titled "The Immediate Repercussions of President Donald J. Trump" has served it's purpose, but we are closing in on the end of trump's first year in office, so I think a new thread is called for.

The repercussions that were "immediate" in November 2016 aren't "immediate" any longer.
new thread , well if it makes you happy .Nothing has changed though has it , American stupidity has made them the laughing stock of the world .
 

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new thread , well if it makes you happy .Nothing has changed though has it , American stupidity has made them the laughing stock of the world .

It does make me happy.

I don't think what is happening now counts as an immediate repercussion. Do you?

The original thread was started just after he was elected. He hadn't even taken office.
 

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Trump unloads on former top aide Bannon - CNNPolitics

"Washington (CNN)

President Donald Trump excoriated his former chief strategist Steve Bannon in a statement Wednesday, claiming that Bannon "lost his mind" after being pushed out from the White House.

The White House released the 266-word statement from the President slamming Bannon after excerpts from a new book quoted Bannon as calling the meeting with a Russian lawyer the President's eldest son attended in the summer 2016 at Trump Tower alongside Jared Kushner and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort "treasonous." "

Perhaps Bannon will be called to explain to various investigations this reported claim that members of the Trump staff were committing treason.

It's odd though that Bannon was then OK with being part of an administration that included people who had committed treason.
 

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If Kim and Bannon are both insane. And he’s gone toe to toe with both.
What is the threshold for mental capacity for the Presidency?
Or physical health, given the repeated concerns about dementia (the lashing out, losing train of thought, forgetting his wife was beside him when he apologised to a crowd for her absence, using vocabulary of an 11 year old).
 

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Everything going well so far .Girlie men been put back in their boxes , ************************ty progressive liberal policies been scrapped .Progressives leftist liberals going nuts what could be better .
 

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Everything going well so far .Girlie men been put back in their boxes , ************************ty progressive liberal policies been scrapped .Progressives leftist liberals going nuts what could be better .
Well he could start a nuclear war to prove he has a bigger dick than the nut job in North Korea.
 

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I believe that it's time for a new thread about the repercussions of the Trump presidency.

The thread titled "The Immediate Repercussions of President Donald J. Trump" has served it's purpose, but we are closing in on the end of trump's first year in office, so I think a new thread is called for.

The repercussions that were "immediate" in November 2016 aren't "immediate" any longer.
FFS, another one next year?

Why not just one called "President Trump"?

PS Of course, there may not be a next year.
 

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new thread , well if it makes you happy .Nothing has changed though has it , American stupidity has made them the laughing stock of the world .
Only in your little head son.
 

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More cliches and bullsh1t from people who try to out do themselves with hyperbolae in their efforts to moan about Trump ?

The biggest implication of all ? HRC will not get to start WW3 with the members if the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
 

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FFS, another one next year?

Why not just one called "President Trump"?

PS Of course, there may not be a next year.
Why, you checking out?
 

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If Kim and Bannon are both insane. And he’s gone toe to toe with both.
What is the threshold for mental capacity for the Presidency?
Or physical health, given the repeated concerns about dementia (the lashing out, losing train of thought, forgetting his wife was beside him when he apologised to a crowd for her absence, using vocabulary of an 11 year old).
His interview with the NYT was seriously nutty.

Commentators started talking about "cognitive impairment", like he thought Senator Diane Feinstein had publicly declared him exonerated of Russian collusion, even though she had done nothing of the sort. Not only that, he claimed to have personally heard her.

Problem is, his "reality" is mediated by the bullshyte he hears on Faux News, and then by his aides scared of giving him bad news, therefore telling him how awesomely he is regarded, and how everything is going swimmingly.

Trouble is, as his grasp on reality gets more remote, the more dangerous the situation.

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/12/29/16829806/trump-interview-new-york-times
 

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Well if this is the second thread, then only another six more to go! :D
 

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Here's an idea perhaps stop starting threads on Trump all the time and let him get on with his job of being president this obsession is like a dog chasing a bone with some of the posters here its bordering on the absolute insanity.
 

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Trump unloads on former top aide Bannon - CNNPolitics

"Washington (CNN)

President Donald Trump excoriated his former chief strategist Steve Bannon in a statement Wednesday, claiming that Bannon "lost his mind" after being pushed out from the White House.

The White House released the 266-word statement from the President slamming Bannon after excerpts from a new book quoted Bannon as calling the meeting with a Russian lawyer the President's eldest son attended in the summer 2016 at Trump Tower alongside Jared Kushner and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort "treasonous." "

Perhaps Bannon will be called to explain to various investigations this reported claim that members of the Trump staff were committing treason.

It's odd though that Bannon was then OK with being part of an administration that included people who had committed treason.
Just when you thought this pantomime couldn't get any funnier - now Bannon is bad - funny the orange moron wasnt saying that last year
 

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he has broken Nancy

 
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