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Trump says he is unlikely to have a good relationship with British PM Cameron

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I think Trump need not worry. The feeling is mutual, now,back to shall we get back to work everybody ?

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Frankly, tell him I will remember those statements

Does Trump have a minion with a huge, heavy black book?

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Does Trump have a minion with a huge, heavy black book?

The death note?

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"Frankly, tell him I will remember those statements." What a baby.

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The world is blowing up and its not people from Sweden that’s doing the damage okay.

That's the problem with Trump, he fails to understand that islamic terrorists do come from countries like Sweden, Belgium, France, the UK etc. Everyone agrees with him that Islamists must be fought, his error is to treat 'Muslims' as a nation of its own with all individuals carrying the same passport. Thats what's silly.

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Though the media quickly forgot Trump's statement, he said that "we should KILL ALL family members of terrorist". As far as I'm concerned, that is the single most radical and ignorant comment by Trump! I'm curious of how many Trump supporters on this thread actually agree with his view?

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"he was offended by Khan’s criticism that he was ignorant about Islam."

Khaaaaaaaan!!!

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"The United States is Britain’s closest ally and political leaders from both nations often speak of how the countries’ enjoy a special relationship"

Ah, the special relationship. I remember Bush tickling Blair's tummy as he yipped with delight.

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Though the media quickly forgot Trump's statement, he said that "we should KILL ALL family members of terrorist". As far as I'm concerned, that is the single most radical and ignorant comment by Trump! I'm curious of how many Trump supporters on this thread actually agree with his view?

Trump doesn't even agree with it now after finding it was against the law.

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Lizz: Trump doesn't even agree with it now after finding it was against the law.

Are you saying trump didn't realize that killing innocent people was against the law? Lol. Forget the law, what about the lack of ethical and moral understanding? Someone who believes it's a good idea to kill ALL family members of a terrorist, shares ALL the same immoral values, there's no difference!

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I don't know whether he realized it or not but it does make you wonder how this can be the same man who criticized Romney in 2012 for not being "kind" and "compassionate" enough towards illegal immigrants because he had a policy of wanting them to leave the country voluntarily.

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Remember when Bush jnr met the queen, just imagine Trump.

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Why do I imagine Trump meeting the Queen of England being something along the lines of, "This is America!!!"

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"British prime minister cast the U.S. presidential candidate (Trump) as “divisive, stupid and wrong” - article

Divisive, stupid and wrong is Donald J. Trump's brand.

Millions in the States have proved, divisive, stupid and wrong is fine, as long as Trump encourages them to beat people at Trump loyalty rallies. Then they pledge allegiance to Trump.

The GOP/Tea might as well just cancel the Cleveland Republican Convention. The script never changes. People protest and Trump has his goons beat them up.

Predictable, divisive, stupid and wrong, Cameron left one out.

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This guy is going to win and there's nothing we can do about it - except fulfill our longstanding dream of moving to another country.

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Trump says he is unlikely to have a good relationship with British PM Cameron

Let's be honest, Trump will not have a good relationship with ANY country's leaders because they won't blindly do anything Trump tells them to. "You're fired" doesn't work in international relations.

This guy is going to win and there's nothing we can do about it

What polls are you looking at? Democrats still hold a lead over the Republicans. Unless all the independents suddenly become brain dead and vote for Trump, a Democrat President will still be sitting in the White House after January of next year.

Trump is running scared. He refuses to release his 2015 tax return because a: he's afraid the public will see he's not as rich as he claims he is and b: they'll see he hasn't spent ANYTHING on charity despite bragging that he's donated hundreds of thousands of dollars this past year. What HE personally donated was apparently $0. "His charity" amounted to his companies and golf courses giving free stuff.

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This guy is going to win

What exactly is 'this guy' going to win?

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UK PM has to shift UK people's eyes from his Panama scandal as away. So he forgot USA is not UK territory. Wait if someone tell Trump about PM's Panama Paper Scandal.

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I think Trump is just jealous of Cameron's pig mouth antics....

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I don’t think I’m a divisive person. I’m a unifier, unlike our president right now,” Trump said, referring to Barack Obama

Speaking of divisiveness. . . There was some chaos among the Democtrats in LV. Heh, they were throwing chairs, scuffles and using bad language. Security had to clear the venue out.

It wasn't as bad as what the hillary clinton supporters done to those police vehicles in Costa Mesa recently. Stay class folks.

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Unless all the independents suddenly become brain dead and vote for Trump, a Democrat President will still be sitting in the White House after January of next year.

Getting hard to count Trump out. He's polling close to Hillary these days.

Scares the hell out of me.

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@WC:Where in Vegas? Where are chairs to throw? security means customer service. They help us to insert membership cards. Only they touch chair is every casino when someone see me, one person is sent to place on chair, I am short. Chairs are stuck to floor. No one can take out. No riot here. Too many tourists. Again, no one can pull out chairs in any casinos.

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There was some chaos among the Democtrats in LV.

Uh oh, the DNC handlers are having problems keeping the herd together. They’re spooked and looking for a reason to stampede . . .

Sanders' supporters made a real scene at the Nevada convention Saturday night and that will simply encourage more of the same behavior elsewhere - including the Democratic National Convention.

Separately, DNC state party Chairwoman Roberta Lange’s cellphone number was posted on social media, and she received thousands of text messages, phone calls and emails, including death threats.

Democrats have had a great time gloating about what a messy nominating process the Republicans have been having but when it comes to the actual convention, they're going to have a much bigger mess.

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Trump doesn't think much of metro-sexuals.

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rude, nasty statement and ignorant? he should look at himself in the mirror before commenting. he fits in those 3 above not Cameron

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There was no riots in Vegas People were enjoying Mothers Day, Nevada Dem are supporting Hillary. Republicans Trump. Adelson's direction?

Even Mafias disappeared,, Nevada people coo not use riot.

WC stop writing lies about Vegas.There was no Convention in Vegas on Saturday. Dragon ladies were enjoying Mothers Day eating out.

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A positive article for once....They’ve never had to deal with anyone like Trump before. To quote G. Gordon Liddy, “In a battle of wits, you are unarmed”.

http://money.cnn.com/2016/05/16/media/trump-nyt-news-cycle/index.html

Donald Trump woke up Monday staring down the barrel of a terrible news week. A scathing New York Times report about his "unsettling" treatment of women was the talk of the morning shows and looked set to dominate the news cycle for days. But by the time the morning shows were over, Trump had muddied the narrative. Now the Times, too, was on the defensive. For the umpteenth time this campaign cycle, Trump seemingly succeeded in shifting scrutiny away from himself and back onto the media. He does so by capitalizing on any uncertainty in the reporting and then aggressively calling attention to it. In this instance, Trump's opening was former girlfriend Rowanne Brewer Lane, who appeared on Fox News and accused the Times of spinning her words.Trump was watching. He went to great lengths to alert others to the interview -- even calling CNN's "New Day" control room to personally make sure that the producers had seen it.

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Trump said: “He doesn’t know me, never met me, doesn’t know what I am all about. I think they are very rude statements. Frankly, tell him I will remember those statements. They are very nasty statements. It is ignorant for him to say that.”

Trump has a worst problem, too many people know him for what he is.

David Cameron is just stating the obvious. Donald J. Trump is drunk enough on the swill of his narcissism to imagine no one knows or cares about Trump's history. Trump's reputation will be the end of him, a reputation well documented in the New York Court System.

As the reader will learn . . .

"Details of this secret system, as well as other practices that the Trump organization allegedly used to exclude black residents from its buildings in Brooklyn, Queens, and Norfolk, Virginia, in the 1970s, were recorded in a lawsuit brought by the DOJ against Trump and his father, Fred, in 1973 for alleged violations of the Fair Housing Act."

"The lawsuit—which Trump Management settled in 1975 with a consent decree, and which they noted at the time did not constitute an admission of wrongdoing—detailed numerous instances of a racial code that Trump-owned buildings allegedly used to indicate if an applicant was black or otherwise “undesirable.”

source: DOJ: Trump’s Early Businesses Blocked Blacks 12.15.15 1:00 AM ET

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Trump's busness in Las Vegas Strip .... it has all sort of people. Black brown, Asians, etc. But table game dealers have more expert Chinese looking girls. Math skills? here, shortage of skilled employees,, Casinos can'f afford to discriminate or so I guess. Ditto with Trump Hotel.

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Cameron can't read the political climate in the UK correctly - what hope does he have of doing so in the US?

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FadamorMAY. 16, 2016 - 11:20PM JST Let's be honest, Trump will not have a good relationship with ANY country's leaders because they won't blindly do anything Trump tells them to.

The head of Europol estimates that many thousands of Jihadists are currently roaming throughout Europe, yet the likes of Merkel, Corbyn, Lucas, Farron and Cooper believe U.S. should happily import more and you think Trump is a nutter?

The political elite love mass immigration because it takes power away from the working and middle classes while driving down wages, boosting productivity and providing a never ending pool of labour. Unfortunately they didn't stop to consider the catastrophic and irreversible effects this has had on the social and economic landscape of once great nation.

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Ah, the Trump circus in action, alienating our allies one by one. Bravo...

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Here is info about Vegas chair throwing, Dem members were invited to meeting but the meeting had to change tome and place so Dem. Only noticed to invited. Guess, Then while meeting was in process, some people tried to get inside. Men near entrant pushed intruder out but when intruders were stronger, Dem men threw their lawn chairs, and female attendees called LV Metro. MEtro shut building. It happened that intruders were Sanders supporters who are not Dem members. The lady explained this to my question said she did not attend as she was away from area for her business and so she is safe. Sanders supporters meant well maybe but over here, any member only meeting, you don't try too get in.

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