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Posted in: Trump sets hectic campaign pace as his party frets See in context

Superspreader farewell tour.

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Posted in: First lady lies low, Trump back on the trail after COVID-19 See in context

Another complicit grifter

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Posted in: Trump faces backlash for removing mask on return to White House See in context

Vote him out. Time to put this failure behind us and move forward.

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Posted in: Trump returns to White House See in context

And those who defend his incompetence and willful disregard of the safety of others in the midst of a pandemic show themselves for what they are.

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Posted in: Trump returns to White House See in context

The man is tough. Usually most are out of comission for weeks. This man is a machine. Virus got nothing on him.

If only the other 7.4 million people infected under his watch had access to the same experimental drugs, helicopters and level of care.

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Posted in: Trump returns to White House See in context

Nike, I mean- they're starting a line of clown shoes.

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Posted in: Trump returns to White House See in context

The Trump administration has kicked so many own goals Ivanka is hitting them up for a sponsorship.

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Posted in: After mixed messages from White House, Trump said to be improving but next 48 hours 'critical' See in context

9 infected so far in the GOP Washington cluster-is this what he meant by draining the swamp?

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Posted in: Shock, sympathy, mockery: World reacts to Trump virus infection See in context

Bass,

Trump followed all the rules on this virus, liberals would still find a way to make sure he would get No credit or that he should be villyfied(sic) no matter what. But we get it....lol

Trump knew about the virus, he is on record saying how dangerous it is, he berated his own valet for not wearing a mask around him when he tested positive, marginalized doctors who were trying to inform the public, held rallies and ceremonies that became super spreader events, continued to hector his own administration into ignoring basic precautions for political gain, even attacked Biden for wearing a mask.

300,000 will be dead by Christmas, he will get the credit he deserves.

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Posted in: Shock, sympathy, mockery: World reacts to Trump virus infection See in context

Video shows the Trump family refusing masks when offered at the first debate. They knew about Hope Hicks being symptomatic. He has been hospitalized by his own hubris.

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Posted in: Trump and first lady test positive for COVID-19 See in context

At the first debate about Biden: “200 feet away from him and he shows up with the biggest mask I’ve ever seen”.

There's a comment that has not aged well.

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Posted in: Trump and first lady test positive for COVID-19 See in context

I wish both he and Melania a full and speedy recovery, but I think we can definitively say now he has never understood the threat posed by coronavirus.

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Posted in: Trump and first lady test positive for COVID-19 See in context

How many others have they infected with their reckless disregard of safety precautions? Superspreader.

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Posted in: 'Will you shut up, man?' Repeated interruptions, insults mark fiery debate between Trump and Biden See in context

The porcine President is panicking. He’s losing and he’s angry about it.

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Posted in: JAL ditches 'ladies and gentlemen' for gender-neutral greetings See in context

If they had just changed it and not made an announcement, no one would have noticed.

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

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said people have First Amendment rights, but she found the jeers “an appalling and disrespectful thing to do as the president honored Justice Ginsburg."

Defending a man who has sexually assaulted 26 women is worse, Kayleigh.

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Posted in: Thorpe, Freeman celebrate 20th anniversary of Sydney Olympics See in context

It was a great time to be in Australia. People were really positive and there was a great sense of community. Great fun. I really hope Japan can experience a similar boost. We all need something good right now.

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Posted in: Fauci disagrees with Trump on coronavirus, citing disturbing U.S. statistics See in context

Trust the epidemiologist, ignore the grifter.

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Posted in: Kool & the Gang co-founder Ronald 'Khalis' Bell dies at 68 See in context

I met him once. Nice guy, relaxed and down to earth. RIP

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Posted in: COVID-19 vaccine latest flashpoint in White House campaign See in context

2 months until the orange buffoon is consigned to history.

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

I hope it's not true. But let's be honest, nobody would be surprised if it were.

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Posted in: Trump encourages supporters to try to vote twice, sparking uproar See in context

Its a given with them that their supporters will be using the system to rig the election

The conservative Heritage Foundation, which has warned of the risks of mail voting, found 14 cases of attempted mail fraud out of roughly 15.5 million ballots cast in Oregon since that state started conducting elections by mail in 1998.

But what is upsetting the Dems is that their scheme has been called out....the opposition we can rest assured theyll not hesitate to resort to some easy voter fraud.

The most prominent cases of mail fraud have involved campaigns, not voters. North Carolina invalidated the results of a 2018 congressional election after state officials found that a Republican campaign operative had orchestrated a ballot fraud scheme.

Election experts say it would be nearly impossible for foreign actors to disrupt an election by mailing out fake ballots, a scenario floated by Attorney General William Barr.

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Posted in: Trump encourages supporters to try to vote twice, sparking uproar See in context

He puts the POS in POTUS.

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Posted in: Trump calls Abe 'greatest prime minister in Japan's history' See in context

Trump making pronouncements about populist issues he knows nothing about is not new. It's a luxury afforded those who are playing no part in the actual processes of governance, public service or understanding of the intricacies involved in the issues themselves. It's like a guy who dodged the draft denigrating veterans and telling the military how to run their affairs. Or someone making a joke out of the AIDS epidemic, saying he fought his own personal battle by dating in the 80s, for example.

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Posted in: Trump calls Abe 'greatest prime minister in Japan's history' See in context

He also knows about Japan's trade surplus with the U.S. which is another thing Biden has never known about in his 47 years in government.

The guy who has spent his political career dealing in international politics and trade has never known about the trade surplus, but the real estate grifter from New York has had his finger on the pulse the entire time.

OK

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Posted in: Pence warns U.S. voters: 'You won't be safe' under Joe Biden See in context

Trump must be kicking himself he didn't have more kids. He could have spun Nepotism-fest out for another day- another day of not having to lead, back in his preferred role of carnival barker /self-aggrandiser- hope he manages to get a round of golf in.

180,000 dead.

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Posted in: GOP convention showcases rising stars, dark warnings See in context

Half of the keynote speakers are family members.

Trump, primetime every night.

In lieu of a platform this year the 'Republican Party has and will continue to

enthusiastically support the President’s America First agenda '.

It's hilarious to watch the GOP reduced to being cheerleaders for a demagogue.

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Posted in: Biden aims to reinvigorate ties with allies including Japan, keep pressure on China See in context

@emily Jean. The lasting international effect of Trump's lack of cohesive foreign policy has been to hasten the rise of China and the loss of confidence felt by valued allies.

And what 'regime' are you talking about? He's not president... yet.

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Posted in: New Zealand's COVID-19 outbreak grows, as Australian cases ease See in context

The New Zealand response was and is one of the best in the world. They deserve praise, and I think we all realise the pandemic is a global problem.

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