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Trump throws Washington into state of anxious uncertainty

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“He was CEO of a privately held corporation who knows how to drive organizations forward to big, new and different objectives and figure out the details later.”

Typical Republican approach. Like Bush 43 did in Iraq. How did that approach work out? The military industries and the 1% profited as a result of the invasions; the wealth of the world's richest a clear indication. But the refugee issues the world is facing suggest the 99% haven't profited. When, though, have Republicans cared for anyone but their fellow moneyed class members.

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Trump is helping increase the number of employees at various organizations against him like the ACLU!!

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Trump aides blame

Point the finger away, a time honored tactic used by other-guys everywhere

@brbush This "article" should be in the editorial section.

In a free press, a concept those living in oligarchies (kleptocracies? autocracies?) seem to have great difficulty understanding, media outlets are allowed to print what they want, subject to legal and market principles. Seeing your post online suggests this is site that uses free press principles.

I have to think those who constantly assail the media for printing articles they disagree with have an agenda and are trying to undermine free press. Now why could that be, comrade.

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Exactly the same thing happened with Obama. The entire nation had no idea as to what Obama would do. The difference is that Trump is taking action, while Obama talked of ideals and dreams which kept people waiting, waiting and waiting.

The other thing is, politicians finally were forced to face the fact that action speaks louder and much more meaningful and effective than words and rhetoric. And words colored to look good rather than honest and direct does not get results.

Which in effect, all those in power was forced to see themselves without their clothes on. So they do not know what or how to react without making themselves accountable for everything that has not been meaningful and effective for the nation.

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Obama talked...then what...did Obamacare come from the sky? What plan did the republicans ever come up with for health care? How many years have they had? Isn't the EPA all about health?

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And now it is time for Trump's well earned vacation.

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You'd never get this kind of honesty from someone in the "establishment".

Bill O'Reilly: Do you respect Putin? President Trump: I do respect him but -

O'Reilly: Do you? Why?

President Trump: Well, I respect a lot of people but that doesn't mean I'm going to get along with him. He's a leader of his country. I say it's better to get along with Russia than not. And if Russia helps us to fight against ISIS, which is a major fight, and Islamic terrorism all over the world - that's a good thing. Will I get along with him? I have no idea.

O'Reilly: But he's a killer though. Putin's a killer.

President Trump: There are a lot of killers. We've got a lot of killers. What do you think - our country's so innocent?

Well, when you have McCain/Graham/Biden going to Ukraine telling Porkoshenko to restart his war against his own people, things will seem uncertain until traitors like these are arrested.

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