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White House defends Trump's remarks on police brutality

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Rodrigo Duterte is his sensei.

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I found his remark vulgar and inappropriate

That's his guarantee or your money back. On second thoughts, forget the second part of that last sentence.

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The Democrats are in a worse position as a party collectively and you think the president is a totalitarian? Wow!

This is nothing to do with the Democrats. Nothing at all. Do you support Trump's latest advocation of violence? A yes or no will suffice.

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Trump's current role models seem to be Erdogan, Duerte, Netanyahu and Putin. It's pretty easy to see who his historical role models were.

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This tough talking stuff is porn for Republicans.

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It might be helpful to read your president's words on the subject, which are helpfully quoted in the article above. If there's anything else you are still struggling with, do let us know.

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That is the entire point of this article, yes. Correctly interpreted.

Ok, so where is the proof of this accusation?

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Wait! You are saying the WH defends and encourages police brutality?

That is the entire point of this article, yes. Correctly interpreted.

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He said some officers are too courteous to suspected criminals when arresting them.

After all the police brutality reported in the US including just recently a woman shot I found his remark vulgar and inappropriate, in addition, keyword here is "suspected", but I guess it means nothing to him, soon to read, similar to heath care protection, trials and judges are waste of state money, only he is caring for his wall...

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what do the Democrats have to do here? Red herrings?

Media push and pile on.

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Bass4funk: what do the Democrats have to do here? Red herrings?

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Of COURSE the White House defends it.

Wait! You are saying the WH defends and encourages police brutality?

What else would one expect from a vulgar, brtulaly stupid, sexual predator who extols the virtues of totalitarian leaders the world over?

The Democrats are in a worse position as a party collectively and you think the president is a totalitarian? Wow!

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Trump has a weakling's idea of how a tough guy talks and a coward's idea of how a brave man acts. This is apparent by the way that he behaves around military and law enforcement personnel.

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I believe he was making a joke at the time."

Trump apparently adapted his statement from a bit Seinfeld did in the 90s. Unlike Trump, however, Seinfeld was not POTUS and was not addressing police officers.

This is one of Trump's standard MOs. Use a "joke" as cover for an incendiary comment that he really means.

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Hopefully Sarah Huckabee Sanders will come to the stand with another letter from a 9 years old to praise DT.

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Of COURSE the White House defends it. What else would one expect from a vulgar, brtulaly stupid, sexual predator who extols the virtues of totalitarian leaders the world over?

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As if there isn't enough police brutality, Joffrey has to advocate more.

He'll be forming a Trump Youth, next.

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saying Monday that the president was "making a joke."

It has been a joke since January, we know that already.

Don't be so nice?

Do to others as you would have them do to you.

Luke 6:31

Since the Bible is one of DT's favorite book and hold prayers in the WH, we should teach him about it.

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