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Posted in: Trump defends extending virus guidelines as spread continues See in context

This is a really bad situation for Trump.

It's a really bad situation for most everyone in most countries.

There's the very real possibility of tens of thousands of death caused by the coronavirus within the next few months and an economic recession worse than the one in 2008. Which way will voters vote in November?

The majority are going to vote for Trump. What, they're going to vote for Biden or Bernie or Hillary if she jumps in and steals the nomination again? Highly doubtful.

What? I thought we were all supposed to "go back to work"?

We will, without your help.

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Posted in: Trump defends extending virus guidelines as spread continues See in context

Because of his lack of vision, ability, and sympathy, Trump is not the right person who can lead the US out of this crisis.

Yeah? And who is? Biden? Bernie? Hillary?

The US ship of state right now is analogous to the Titanic. And Trump is the iceberg.

That's the spirit! America is doomed! LOL

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Posted in: Koike calls for fewer outings; says state of emergency up to PM See in context

In the meantime there were just 17 reported positive cases in Tokyo yesterday (Sunday). Numbers peaked at 68 on Satruday. We are well on our way down the curve. It's over.

I can guarantee you it's not over.

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Posted in: Ruling party seeks ¥100 trillion stimulus to battle coronavirus See in context

stimulus worth a total of 100 trillion yen

Most of that will be wasted and will balloon the national debt.

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Posted in: North Korea slams Pompeo and says will 'walk our way' See in context

North Korea on Monday warned it could cut off dialogue with the United States 

That would be a mistake.

"We will walk our way."

That way is going to get North Koreans killed.

Donny: A fine display of über incompetence.

That childish statement has no basis in reality.

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Posted in: Trump defends extending virus guidelines as spread continues See in context

At this point Trump's only speaking to his base;

No, he's speaking to the whole country.

the rest of the country is tuning him out.

No, they're not.

What a pathetic legacy he's leaving.

No, he's doing a great job.

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Posted in: Trump defends extending virus guidelines as spread continues See in context

De Donnie, flip-flopping as always.

Making the right decision based on facts and advice from health experts is not flip-flopping.

Better late than then never, but his delay will inevitably result in the deaths of thousands.

Trump stopped flights from China back in January, saving the lives of thousands.

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Posted in: Koike calls for fewer outings; says state of emergency up to PM See in context

Yoshihide Suga, the government's top spokesman, told a news conference earlier: "It's not true that the government is planning on declaring a state of emergency from April 1."

Watch the government declare a state of emergency tomorrow.

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Posted in: Trump brags about high TV ratings for his coronavirus briefings See in context

What a bunch of pathetic whining on this thread. Trump doesn't get any credit from most of the media on his efforts and accomplishments, so he takes it upon himself to do so.

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Posted in: Trump extends virus guidelines; Fauci warns U.S. could face up to 200,000 coronavirus deaths See in context

Trump is like a drunk on the highway, swerving from one lane to the other blah blah blah

Yeah, and if he insisted on doing away with the restrictions and reopening the economy by Easter as he and everyone else except for his political enemies hoped, you'd be complaining he doesn't listen to his health experts. Give it a rest.

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Posted in: Canada's Trudeau remains in isolation after wife recovers from virus See in context

I'm no fan of Trudeau, but I'm glad his wife has recovered and I hope he remains free of the virus and Canada gets the situation under control ASAP. It's going to get worse before it gets better, like everywhere else.

I have a Canadian friend who is a nurse at a hospital and they are overwhelmed, she is constantly being called in for emergencies and asked to do OT, and she is becoming exhausted and stressed out.

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Posted in: Trump extends virus guidelines; Fauci warns U.S. could face up to 200,000 coronavirus deaths See in context

Trump is listening to his health experts and heeding their recommendations. As the situation changes, he shows he takes new info into consideration and makes decisions based on that.

Or maybe - hopefully - Trump will remain content with being more popular with the 35% of Americans

More like 47.3%. Oh my...

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/president_trump_job_approval-6179.html

In reality it's likely over half.

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Posted in: Tokyo confirms 68 new coronavirus cases; 27 at Taito Ward hospital See in context

Tokyo will be locked down too late to prevent thousands of infections.

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Posted in: U.S. agency includes gun sellers as critical infrastructure during coronavirus emergency See in context

Gun owners are afraid of society.

 POTUS is an obvious sociopath and has a committed lunatic cadre armed to the teeth

These statements have no basis in reality.

If you want your country back, come to terms with the idea that you may have to fight for it.

Yeah, we started that fight in 2016, got a lifeline with Trump's election and we are continuing the fight with him.

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Posted in: Toshiaki Karasawa to play Jack Bauer in Japanese '24' reboot See in context

If you didn't click on the video do so its hilarious!!! LOL!!!

I did. Bauer: "My phone bill is crazy." hahahahahahaha

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Posted in: Trump nixes quarantine idea for NY, NJ and Connecticut See in context

But I want to give kudos to Fox 'news' for firing Trish Regan because she'd made the false claim the virus was a democratic hoax to oust Trump. Though I'm glad they did fire her, I wonder why they didn't also fire the others at Fox who also pushed that lie.

She went too far in saying that. But it's ridiculous to fire her over that, and have all these clowns at CNN and MSNBC and others continue their hateful disinformation campaign trying to make Trump look bad.

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Posted in: Trump nixes quarantine idea for NY, NJ and Connecticut See in context

Once again Trump's flip-flopped on the quarantine.

No he didn't, he said he was considering it, the decision had not been made. You do want the president to carefully consider something as important as that before making a decision, no?

This coronavirus from China is nothing compared to what will happen if the economy crashes.

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Posted in: Trump nixes quarantine idea for NY, NJ and Connecticut See in context

He may have to include Louisiana in that quarantine.

Guy has no clue as to what he's talking about, or even what coronavirus is.

No, but you have no clue as to what you're talking about.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics unlikely to be in spring, Mori says See in context

"The Games are meant to be in summer, so we should be thinking of a time between June and September," he said,

Then why, oh why was Tokyo even considered?

ignoring the fact that until recently, the Summer Olympics were often held in more hospitable months, such as October as in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics' case.

Why is he ignoring that fact?

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Posted in: UK's plan B if 'Team Johnson' is incapacitated? Answer is unclear See in context

Downing Street has already said, however, that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab would deputise if necessary.

There you go.

America has its moron and the UK has theirs.

Nice, positive comment there, stormcrow.

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Posted in: Trump seeks to force General Motors to produce ventilators See in context

Guaranteed if Trump didn't issue the order, y'all would be complaining he wasn't being a decisive leader.

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Posted in: Tokyo governor says people can enjoy cherry blossoms next year See in context

Amusement parks, zoos and aquariums, as well as some coffee shops and department stores, will be closed for the weekend. 

People will go to the supermarkets instead and clean out what's left.

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Posted in: Tokyo governor says people can enjoy cherry blossoms next year See in context

Security personnel stand guard at Ueno Park in Tokyo to discourage people from entering to view the cherry blossoms on Friday

I see one person slipped past the security personnel.

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Posted in: Trudeau objects to U.S. posting troops to control border with Canada See in context

How are any lives saved from putting troops at the Canadian border?

People in Canada also have the virus? It's not rocket science.

You'd have to he an idiot to think that sending troops to the border is necessary, useful, or proper.

Sure, Super, it's fine to have our troops in other countries helping them to secure their borders but it's not OK for them to help secure our own borders. You'd have to be an idiot to think otherwise.

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Posted in: Trudeau objects to U.S. posting troops to control border with Canada See in context

It's got me scratching my head too. I don't get it, what's the rationale?

Saving lives? It's not rocket science.

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Posted in: Trump camp threatens local TV stations over Democratic ad See in context

Now you trust polls? Of course you do when they support you. Smh.

I see you don't like that poll, hehe

*As for taking the moron's words out of context; please explain. In what way are they taken out of context, what do you understand to be the true context, and what did the Chosen One actually mean when he said...*

Here's the first one. From FactCheck.org:

Democratic presidential candidates harshly criticized President Donald Trump for using the term “hoax” in connection with the coronavirus outbreak. There’s no question that the president described the disease as the Democrats’ “new hoax” at a political rally on Feb. 28 in South Carolina.

But the following day, after the death of the first American from coronavirus in Washington state, Trump said that when he used the word “hoax,” he was referring to Democrats finding fault with his administration’s response to coronavirus, not the virus itself.

Even after Trump explained his remarks, some Democrats — including former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg — continued to wrongly accuse Trump of describing the coronavirus as a “hoax.”

The kerfuffle began at the rally in North Charleston, South Carolina when Trump accused the Democrats of “politicizing” the coronavirus outbreak.

“Now the Democrats are politicizing the coronavirus, you know that, right?” he said. “Coronavirus, they’re politicizing it. We did one of the great jobs. You say, ‘How’s President Trump doing?’ They go, ‘Oh, not good, not good.’ They have no clue. They don’t have any clue. They can’t even count their votes in Iowa.”

Then the president, who often dismissed special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation as a hoax, continued, “They tried the impeachment hoax. That was on a perfect conversation. They tried anything. They tried it over and over. They’d been doing it since you got in. It’s all turning. They lost. It’s all turning. Think of it. Think of it. And this is their new hoax.”

https://www.factcheck.org/2020/03/trump-and-the-new-hoax/

Now, go and look up the rest of them on your own.

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Posted in: JAL to let female crew ditch high heels after #KuToo campaign See in context

I approve of this move.

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Posted in: Half a million infected with coronavirus worldwide as economic toll rises See in context

“Our first concern is food, not the virus,” said Suresh Kumar, 60, a bicycle rickshaw rider in New Delhi whose family of six relies on his daily earnings of 300 rupees, or $4.

Can't even begin to imagine the depth of despair in that country.

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Posted in: Trump camp threatens local TV stations over Democratic ad See in context

Here's the video: Whats defamatory about it? lol

I see comments are turned off on that video taking the president's words completely out of context. Must have been they were getting an avalanche of complaints about it.

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Posted in: Trump camp threatens local TV stations over Democratic ad See in context

He's nothing but a Great Orange Buffoon...causing the deaths of more Americans...

That must be why his approval ratings are the highest they've ever been despite the economy taking a big hit and all the negative press.

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