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Posted in: Trump objects to 'mute' button in next Biden matchup, but debate will go on See in context

It blows my mind that anyone believes anything Trump says, and that he is allowed to get away with it. Trump is a liar. Period.

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Posted in: Trump goes after 'Fauci and all these idiots' See in context

Fauci has more respect and is more popular than Trump (Trump has grudgingly admitted it), and that drives Trump crazy - he's insanely jealous. It also drives him crazy that it's more important to Fauci that 100,000 lives are saved instead of the stock market raising a few points.

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Posted in: Trump goes after 'Fauci and all these idiots' See in context

Two Trump statements in the past few days-

**Two days ago:** "My heart breaks for every grieving family that has lost a precious loved one. I feel their anguish. I mourn their loss. I feel their pain," said Trump, who recently recovered from his own bout with the disease.


**Today: **“People are tired of hearing Fauci and all these idiots," Trump said of the government's top infectious disease expert. “Every time he goes on television, there’s always a bomb. but there’s a bigger bomb if you fire him. But Fauci’s a disaster.”

It's obvious which one is true. Every time Trump says something that makes a little sense (i.e. reads something someone else wrote for him because he would never come up with it himself), shortly after he can't help but to then say the complete opposite when he expresses his true feelings.

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Posted in: Trump goes after 'Fauci and all these idiots' See in context

Wow, the wheels are really coming off now! Those are the rants of a desperate madman (and desperate = dangerous) who is grasping at what he thinks is his last best chance. But he keeps digging the hole deeper and deeper instead. The next two weeks will be interesting and maybe a little scary.

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Posted in: Trump barnstorms Florida while Biden heads for Michigan, early vote surges See in context

"My heart breaks for every grieving family that has lost a precious loved one. I feel their anguish. I mourn their loss. I feel their pain," Trump said.

Now 8 months later he suddenly gets religion? That is not Trump talking. He has had countless opportunities and reasons to express empathy but never has. I'm sure one of his staff wrote it and convinced him that he had to say it because he is nose diving in the polls. I would like to see the video to see how uncomfortable he must have been while saying it. And I don't believe he meant a single word of it except for when he said My, I, I, I since all he cares about is himself. It's too late to convince me any different.

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Posted in: Trump barnstorms Florida while Biden heads for Michigan, early vote surges See in context

Biden won the TV ratings battle between the two events, according to Nielsen ratings data.

Take that Dumpy Trump! In his mind an incredibly embarrassing loss I'm sure!!

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Posted in: Trump to resume campaigning with White House event, Florida rally See in context

The White House has declined to say when Trump last tested negative for the disease.

Because that would prove that Trump intentionally is a super spreader. He's trying to blame attendees at the gold star family meeting, and at the Supreme Court rose garden meeting for his exposure to deflect blame, when it's becoming more and more obvious and likely that he is the one who infected all of them. He's a pathetic excuse of a human.

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Posted in: Trump returns to White House See in context

USA Today-

The White House rejected on Monday an offer from the nation’s public health experts to lead the effort to track down and notify Americans who were exposed to a growing coronavirus outbreak linked to President Donald Trump and several top aides.

Meanwhile no contact tracing at all. Further proof that Donald doesn't care about others.

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Posted in: Trump returns to White House See in context

He then walked upstairs to the South Portico balcony, took off his mask and stuffed it in his pocket...

He tweeted, "I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don't let it dominate your life...

Trump’s experience with the disease has been dramatically different from most Americans, who do not have access to the same kind of monitoring and care. While most must cope with their symptoms — and fear of whether they’ll take a turn for the worse — at home and alone, Trump has been staying in the presidential suite of one of the nation's best hospitals and has been given experimental drugs not readily available to the public. 

The still-infectious president surprised supporters who had gathered outside the hospital, riding by Sunday in a black SUV with the windows rolled up. Secret Service agents inside the vehicle could be seen in masks and other protective gear.

Even before Trump's motorcade outing on Sunday, some Secret Service agents had expressed concern about the lackadaisical attitude toward masks and social distancing inside the White House, but there isn’t much they can do...

Many in the White House are also shaken and scared — nervous that they have been exposed to the virus and confronting the reality that what seemed like a bubble of safety has become a COVID-19 hot spot. It took until late Sunday for the White House to send a generic note to staffers suggesting they not come to the building if they do not feel well.

I was hoping that Trump would finally "get it" by getting sick, but it's obvious that it will not change his pathetic and incompetent response to the virus.

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Posted in: Trump tax revelations spark outrage among some, but supporters defend president See in context

No mention of the fact that the President has donated his Presidential salary for 4 years straight.

One trip to Mar-a-Lago to play golf costs more than his one year salary, and he has made many many of those trips strictly for pleasure. He is living the life of a billionaire at the expense of the hardworking tax payers (who actually pay taxes), just by being an incompetent Pres. Many reports from believable people that all of his decisions are base on getting votes, so he's certainly not donating salary because he's full of charity or compassion. He probably see's it as a cheap way to get votes.

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Posted in: Trump booed as he pays respects at court to Ginsburg See in context

Trump is a complete moron. Feigning respect while planning to announce a justice replacement even before RGB's funeral. That's a total lack of respect. Selfish narcissist - he cares only for himself, and cares nothing for the people he has taken an oath to protect. It's beyond belief that he has any supporters at all, and that's what's truly scary.

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Posted in: Trump revels at Michigan rally as thousands defy coronavirus safety rules See in context

“Outrageous!” tweeted Adam Laxalt, Trump's Nevada campaign co-chair. “This is unprecedented – to cancel an incumbent president’s campaign stop inside 60 days of a major contested election in a swing state. This isn’t over!”

Incredibly hypocritical thing to say after all the unprecedented/incompetent/illegal things Trump has done. Glad to see a governor protecting the people from a narcissist who doesn't care about any people.

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Posted in: Trump on defensive as critics seize on reports he insulted U.S. veterans See in context

Keilar rolls the tape on Trump's attacks on military members and their families

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Posted in: Trump on defensive as critics seize on reports he insulted U.S. veterans See in context

Miracle on the Hudson pilot 'Sully' Sullenberger blasts Trump -

"He cannot understand selflessness because he is selfish. He cannot conceive of courage because he is a coward. He cannot feel duty because he is disloyal."

Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger III

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Posted in: Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen says in book president disparaged Black leaders, including Nelson Mandela See in context

Weren't Cohen's lies to congress to protect Trump? And now Trump's rats are saying that makes him not credible? Funny stuff.

Considering all the crazy stuff Trump has said in front of the camera, it's probably safe to say he has said stuff even more crazy privately. Trump has no principles according to his own sister. It seems believable that he said those things.

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Posted in: Suga says new gov't won't be interim See in context

Campaigning starts Tuesday, with PM selected on the following Monday. Love it! I wish the US would do something more like that. The US's 2-3 years of campaigning is ridiculous.

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Posted in: Trump calls on Fox News to fire reporter after she confirmed his alleged remarks on Marines killed in action See in context

To me, the tantrum the moron in chief is throwing is proof that the allegations are true.

And it's pretty easy for me to tell when he is lying lately, besides just when his lips are moving. When he calmly tries to explain something away, or calmly claims no knowledge of something, or says "many people have said...", or "many people agree with me..." (talk about anonymous sources!) - he is lying.

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Posted in: Report: Trump disparaged U.S. war dead as 'losers,' 'suckers' See in context

No animal - nobody - what animal would say such a thing?"

Um... idiot Trump would, and did.

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Posted in: Microsoft unveils 'deepfake' detector ahead of U.S. election See in context

Boy, apps like this will sure put a damper on incompetent Trump's campaign adds - which of course he will claim no knowledge of.

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Posted in: Trump says Democrats' convention was 'gloomiest' in history See in context

Vice President Mike Pence said in an interview Friday that the Republican National Convention next week will focus on what Trump has accomplished, including on the economy and with his coronavirus response.

Don't blink or you'll miss it. It's going to be a very short convention.

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Posted in: Ex-Trump aide Bannon pleads not guilty to border wall fundraising fraud See in context

“When I read about it, I didn’t like it. I said this is for government, this isn’t for private people. And it sounded to me like showboating,” he told reporters at the White House, adding that he felt “very badly" about the situation.

January 2019 -Trump

"The project has my blessing, and you can tell the media that. "

What a loser!!

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Posted in: Trump floats idea of election delay See in context

Trump is an idiot. The only thing more scary than Trump is that there are actually people who support him

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Posted in: U.S. has more COVID-19 testing than most. So why is it falling so short? See in context

That's an easy question - Trump!

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Posted in: Searching 'racist' on Twitter brings up Trump as top result See in context

No surprise there, it's just telling what we already know.

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Posted in: 238 cats rescued from house in Sapporo See in context

The Environment Ministry says it is very rare in Japan for more than 200 cats to be retrieved from one location.

Makes me wonder how many times 100-199 cats are retrieved from one location. It makes it sound like it's pretty often...

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Posted in: Madonna says she had COVID-19 See in context

Donated $1.1 million (one million euros) towards research to find a vaccine for the coronavirus.

Thank you Madonna!

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Posted in: Trump calls on Americans to cease hoarding food, supplies See in context

Trump: I'm not worried, it's not a big deal, the US will recover quickly, I like the numbers where they are, blah blah blah.

He's an imbecile incapable of thinking of anyone but himself.

Now suddenly he decides to get tested and announces a state of emergency? After what he has been saying up to this point I seriously doubt he made that decision on his own. His staff and medical advisers probably had to drag him kicking and screaming to do it.

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Posted in: Trump accuses Schiff of leaking intelligence about Russia to hurt Sanders See in context

Liar-In-Chief - again! Pretty sure this is Donnie's way of getting back at Schiff by falsely blaming him for something he hopes will divide the Dems....

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Posted in: Avoid crowds and non-essential gatherings, health minister urges See in context

At least one company is taking countermeasures:

Yahoo Japan Corp said Friday it is calling on all employees to avoid commuting during rush hours and is banning meetings of more than 100 people in principle, in addition to encouraging personnel to wear face masks and promoting the use of teleconferences.

For now, core working time will be shortened by two hours from noon to 3 p.m. for the 6,500 employees at Yahoo to facilitate commuting during later hours.

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Posted in: 86-year-old man pleads not guilty to reckless driving causing death and injury See in context

Kawabata’s defense said the accident occurred before he realized what had happened. 

That's exactly why he shouldn't be driving - driving unaware can be deadly.

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