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Posted in: Trump displays incorrectly altered map of Hurricane Dorian path See in context

Let's see.... He lied about a Phone call on trade with China; he lied about a his inauguration crowd; he lied about the economy; he lied about his involvement with his sons meeting the Russians; and now he is lying about the weather..... Yet you think he is telling the truth about "No Collusion"...…. Shaking my head...

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Posted in: Trump calls himself 'the chosen one' See in context

And still, Americans are not worried about their president?*

Nah, we're still not tired of winning.

> Well with a statement like that he wont be winning the next election thank god. Of all things.... That was the wrong thing to say.

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Posted in: Trump: 'Hate has no place in our country, and we're going to take care of it' See in context

Trump is partly to blame…. check out one of his rallys:

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Posted in: Trump: 'Hate has no place in our country, and we're going to take care of it' See in context

Yeah this isn't Trump's fault, but he'll take hits because he's in charge right now. That's all. There is a huge problem to do with the legislature and most of us know what it is but when confronted with it there are still a large amount of people who don't even want to talk about it.

Yeah about that...  Yea, he is part of the problem. You can try to explain away all you want Mr. Trump, blame it on  Mental illness. Its not! Its Terrorism! And the fact is people are acting out on your rhetoric and your political views. To his supporters... Have we learned nothing from WWII Nazi Germany? What's it going to take? When will you draw the line on defending this idiot? When?! 

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Posted in: Trump says Iran made 'big mistake' by shooting down U.S. drone See in context

Trump: They shot our drone down by accident.

Iran: No, we meant to shoot that sht down you big P, what are you going to do about it?

Trump: I'm going to tweet a stern disapproval.

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Posted in: Japan revises law to ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

I believe in a spank or slap on the wrist where appropriate. But first, standards must be set, and expectations must be explained to the child. I have only had to spank my child but twice in her life (she is an adult now). Both times she did not abide by the number one rule in our house... and that is children do not hit, kick or strike at their parents. Now for those of you who would simply put your child on time out... or count to three.... That's your decision. But personally I believe it is the wrong decision and could lead to bigger problems in the future. But law or no law I for one will not stand for it.

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Posted in: Democrats unveil new strategy in subpoena battles with Trump See in context

Amazing! I will give Trump one thing... He is right, he could stand in the middle of the street and shoot someone and he wouldn't lose and supporters... What does that say about his supporters? Anyway lets listen to a voice mail between Trumps attorney and Flynns…

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Posted in: Trump ex-aide Manafort sentenced to 47 months in prison See in context

The Fix is in Mr. President......

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Posted in: Pompeo warns allies Huawei presence complicates partnership with U.S. See in context

gokai_wo_manekuToday 12:55 am JST

The US is afraid of Chinese technology and losing its position as the tech giant of the world. That is all.

…..And what technology has China developed? More like US is tired of China stealing its technology.

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Posted in: U.S. intelligence officials disagree with Trump on many threats to the U.S. See in context

bass4funkJan. 30 05:53 pm JST

Nope, none of those....

Never said anything it it being factual, I forget, it’s not CNN...oops!

I would say what you and the other Trumpers said; "LOCK HIM UP", but I'm willing to let our democratic institutions decide comparison to some folks who don't believe in our Constitution...

Given the fact that Stone didn’t use bleach bit to scrub HD, left it in a restaurant and didn’t leave our ambassador to die with jihadists and the fact he never sold 20% of our Uranium One to the Russians or hid emails on his aid.. If he even has one on her PC only to be pulled out later by the cops because the Husband had a problem with young girls, now if Stone was alleged to have done a third of that, I might chant lock him up

C'mon you didn't go there,  You did.. The Republican party investigated Benghazi to no end and they still couldn't come up with any one person to blame. And on the Uranium one deal.... You really need to lay off the Red Koolaide for a bit (See below). Oh and one more thing... Hillary is not President. Trump is! And judging by his behavior, he is a security threat period!

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Posted in: Mueller disputes accuracy of BuzzFeed report on Trump, Cohen See in context

Soooo, Let me get this straight.... Because BuzzFeed reports an inaccurate story it proves  that Trump is innocent.....Right?  And therefore all other facts and obvious illegal activities the President has engaged in are either fake news or simply not true... correct? Further more, any future findings by the Special Counsel is  simply not true no matter how damning the evidence.  Hmmm.... think about it.  You even use his words like fake news, No collusion, Deep State, etc...  Well I guess it all makes sense, now. Jim Jones had his followers and Hitler conned an entire country....  But I would have thought Americans were way beyond this. The guy has been lying since he started the campaign to now. Caught on tape many times out right lying to the American people. His behavior towards a country that has brazenly interfered with our election is down right suspicious.  And yet he is your guy....  It defies logic.

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Posted in: Mnuchin urges senators to support easing Russia sanctions See in context

Yet wasn't it one of the Trumpeters on anther post that said Trump cant be a conspirator because he has administered some of the toughest sanctions on Russia??? LOL

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Posted in: Absenses among U.S. airport screeners jump as shutdown drags on See in context

Anyone no the fate of the guy who got passed  the TSA with a gun and got caught in Japan?

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Posted in: Trump blasts FBI counterintel probe into whether he worked for Russia See in context

bass4funkToday 02:57 pm JST

These corrupt cops just keep trying and trying and trying....

witch hunt and still nothing. Lol

That it? That's all you have to say? There are many good Republican candidates out there. Why do you keep trying to defend the Indefensible? He lies to you everyday. Its a fact most of the people around him to include his kids are participating in unethical behavior....., His success on the economy and job market had a strong foundation.... I mean It wasn't like he had a $trillion deficit (from a surplus), 10% unemployment rate and a great recession to work with... but, admittedly he has improved on a 5% unemployment rate he inherited (a good foundation no?) to 4 or 3%. So what could trump possibly promise you that other republican candidates could not? What makes you defend a liar, what makes you believe anything he says? Is it Keeping America safe from the "criminal" immigrants from crossing the border by building a wall? Banning Muslims from specific countries because they are terrorist? Or acknowledging white supremist are good people ... (after one mowed down protesters). Maybe its his unprecedent diplomatic skills with Russia? Or… Is the real reason because he is addressing your fears...? if so...… WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF?

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Posted in: Trump blasts FBI counterintel probe into whether he worked for Russia See in context

@ M3M3M3

Suspicious to what end? Will you at least acknowledge that as a matter of law there would be nothing illegal in doing any of the things you mention above? Nor would it be illegal for Trump to suddenly declare tomorrow that Vladimir Putin is the greatest leader in living memory and that he will be installing a direct line to the Kremlin in the Oval office to seek Putin's advice on a daily basis? I get the feeling that the great majority of people on these threads fail to realise this.

Riiight! Nothing Illegal. You are Trumps lawyer now? Many Mafia members get off on a "Technicality", even though its obvious they pulled the trigger... I notice this is often the fall back position of many trump supporters, and Faux news channel commentators. Why is that?

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Posted in: Trump blasts FBI counterintel probe into whether he worked for Russia See in context

@Burning Bush

The FBI should be non-partisan.

Siding with the Democrats and using their authority for political purposes has tainted the FBI for generations.

What was the FBI suppose to do? You have a presidential candidate that despite obvious abuses by the Russian government never criticized Russia once. As President, was warned by the prior administration that a certain person on his team was possibly compromised by the Russians. He has tried to drop sanctions against Russia. He has dismissed his own intelligence agencies warnings of Russia's activities. His kids were meeting with members of the Russian government. He has invited Members of the Russian government to the oval office. Many of the people in his administration who he picked in key positions had either some ties to Russia or had been in contact with Russian agents. Its been disclosed that the Trump organization was trying to build a apartment complex or hotel in Russia offering Putin a $50million dollar room. The last meeting he had with Putin the world witnessed his demeanor had completely changed. It was so obvious that something had occurred which really shook him. Even people from the republican side thought he was a disgrace after that meeting. After all of that you still don't see a problem? Not even a hint of suspicion that he maybe compromised? Either you don't care or you just don't want to believe the person you voted for could be a Manchurian Candidate. Just sayin.

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Posted in: 'CALM DOWN,' Trump tells detractors in New Year's message See in context


How is your life any different than it was 2 years ago before Trump was the president of the US?

The people I know who are the most obsessed with and unhappy about Trump were pretty unhappy to begin with before he was president. They generally come across as unsatisfied with the direction of their lives, and rather than doing the work required to better their situations, they seem to see Trump as the perfect scapegoat. I noticed the same when George W. Bush was president.

I seem to remember when Obama was president the same Trump people were obsessed about him.

As a veteran of the cold war, retired military , the training we (all service men and women) received on how to identify someone who may be possibly compromised by a foreign government... He has me really concerned.

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Posted in: 'CALM DOWN,' Trump tells detractors in New Year's message See in context

SerranoToday  12:53 am JST

"2018 was of course a MISERABLE year, with the economy TANKING and workers getting LAID OFF"


In 2018 -

Almost 4 million jobs created including over 400,000 manufacturing jobs

Unemployment claims at 49 year low

Median household income highest ever

Give it up, mukashi.

Hmm I guess this only started when Trump took office... huh?

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Posted in: Trump threatens to close Mexico border; blames Democrats over shutdown See in context

@ Blacklabel

Headline: “Poll: 47% of Americans blame Trump for government shutdown”

Strange way to say 53% don’t blame him.

Stranger still is as usual you just like other Trumpsters tend stretch the truth or leave KEY DETAILS! That was a rueters poll: Here is what it really said:

Forty-seven percent of adults in the U.S. hold Trump responsible, while 33 percent blame Democrats in Congress, according to the Dec. 21-25 poll, conducted mostly after the shutdown began. Seven percent of Americans blamed congressional Republicans.

You been listening to Fox News again? You know a study was conducted a few years back and it was found that people who watched only Fox news were the least inform... I guess the above is case proof.

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Posted in: Mother, 7-year-old son killed in car-truck crash in Tochigi Pref See in context

What was the 7 year old doing in the front passenger seat? I saw this all the time when I was in Japan. Kids standing up in a van between the passenger and the driver while the car was in motion. Mothers with their kids on their lap in the front passenger seat. No seat belts warn by the children. Japan should crack down on this.

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Posted in: Pentagon chief Mattis quits, citing policy differences with Trump See in context

"It is clear that China and Russia, for example, want to shape a world consistent with their authoritarian model – gaining veto authority over other nations' economic, diplomatic, and security decisions – to promote their own interests at the expense of their neighbors, America and our allies."

There it is right there…. it doesn't matter if you are a conservative, republican, democrat, liberal..... If you are not in the least bit suspicious or at least curious why our Commander in Chief is behaving the way he is, then YOU are a BIG part of the problem.

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Posted in: Trump starts pulling U.S. forces from Syria See in context

"So my question is, why are liberals so outraged about this? They hate war, they should be Rejoicing."

As usual, you miss the point. Most people aren't outraged about pulling out of Syria, Its why all of a sudden he is doing it! Given his past behavior toward Putin... You should be asking yourself the same question as well! If you are not, then you and folks like you are a big part of the problem. Period!

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