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Posted in: Defying critics, Trump salutes military in pomp-filled July 4 celebration See in context

We have a Great President. That much is crystal clear. 

We also have an entire political cabal that lives for the destruction of our Nation.

Let this 4th of July stand as beacon of strength and determination to see the 

Communist/Socialist/Marxist/Progressive wing of the Democrat Party be driven into the seas

bordering our Nation.

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Posted in: New law takes effect, banning smoking in gov't buildings, schools See in context

The only reason STARBUCKS JAPAN has thrived and blown the competition out of the water, is it has always had a NO SMOKING policy. Has nothing to do with the coffee. I think most people that go to a cafe like to eat and drink without the smell of dirty old cigarette smoke in the air. STARBUCKS proved this point many years ago.

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Posted in: Hong Kong protesters storm legislature as thousands rally to mark handover See in context

Fantastic! Hong Kong is so different than the mainland. Once you have freedoms, those freedoms can never be taken away. Something traditional Chinese have no concept of.

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Posted in: Harris challenges Biden in breakout U.S. debate performance See in context

The Democratic debate was by far the most embarrassing 2 hrs of tv that I have seen in a long time.

The candidates are like little children, jabbing, poking and trying to get attention so they can play in the sand box a little longer. NO plans, NO value, No charisma and same old same old. You did it to yourself Democrats. Congratulations on another 4 years President Trump.

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Posted in: It's Biden vs rest of Democrats in 1st 2020 debate clash See in context

Looks just like romper room.

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

The US continues to send drones that continue to be shot down.

Wake up, they're dummy drones.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. agency will begin removing millions of illegal immigrants next week See in context

I predict that the left wing US courts will find a way to stop Trump from enforcing our immigration laws. They care more about their liberal ideology and illegals - and the democrats - than they do about lawful US citizens or the Constitution.

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Posted in: China may restrict tech access in spiraling U.S. trade dispute See in context

The Chinese have stolen their way to the second largest economy in the world. NO MORE FREEBIES CHINA!

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Posted in: British PM May quits as party leader, starting succession race See in context

Good riddance! Now get someone in there that once and for all gets the United Kingdom OUT of the European Union!

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

Seems like the Democrats have a new plan every week. They just keep dumbing down the country into believing Trump did something horrible. Pretty soon they will want to impeach him over his golf score.

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Posted in: Groups call on Pelosi, Democrats to do more to impeach Trump See in context

Demented Socialist Democrats are just creating more demented ideas and Socialist policies. They have given 2020 to President Trump due their foolishness and hatred for one man. They still don't seem to understand that they work for the American people.

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Posted in: China says trade war 'has not made America great again' See in context

Americans deserve what they get.

That right, the early bird gets the worm.

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Posted in: Corbyn accuses Trump of interfering in UK politics with Johnson comments See in context

Does anybody really care what he thinks?

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Posted in: Trump hits Mexico with 5% tariff in response to illegal immigration See in context

ah Democrats are Americans

Not so sure about that lately.

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Posted in: Trump hits Mexico with 5% tariff in response to illegal immigration See in context

So a country like America with its unlimited resources and technology can't prevent illegal immigration but now expects a lesser country, Mexico to achieve what it couldn't.

Has nothing to do with the American people. The blame is 100 percent on the Democrats as they control Congress.

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Posted in: Australian navy pilots hit by lasers during South China Sea flights See in context

Well, I guess it is time to reveal to the world what a real laser is and evaporate those little man made islands in the south China sea. Those are in fact international waters.

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Posted in: Trump expects Japan's military to reinforce U.S. in Asia and beyond See in context

The stronger America gets the more upset people from other countries are. Participate people, get involved, stop complaining and do something PRO active in your country to compete and play at the party. That is exactly what Japan is doing. Most of the posters are living in the dark ages. The U.S. and Japanese alliance is not the same as it was 70 years ago. America doesn't dictate to Japan what she is supposed to do. Japan could leave the alliance anytime and the U.S. would just find another Asian partner. Japan works with America because Japan WANTS to continue the Alliance, not the other way around.

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Posted in: Trump expects Japan's military to reinforce U.S. in Asia and beyond See in context

trump has ZERO knowledge of Japans constitution. But this does not stop him from insulting the country.

You don't know what you're talking about, Obama wanted the exact same thing regarding back up from the Japanese military.

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Posted in: Trump is first head of state to meet Japan's new emperor See in context

Why is Trump being feted as a king?

Because the American economy is in the stratosphere compared the the Japanese economy. Everyone here in Japan knows MONEY is the true GOD of the Japanese people. All the pomp is only to get a piece of what the U.S. has now, and Trump has a lot to do with turning things around.

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Posted in: Trump lifts tariffs on Mexico, Canada; delays auto tariffs See in context

 blame Obama, and "fix" the problem.

You have no idea what your talking about. All of this could have been avoided in the first place if Canada stopped trans shipping Chinese steel into the US when asked too...

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Posted in: Iran tells Japan it is exercising restraint despite escalation of U.S. sanctions See in context

Yes, we are hiding all of our missiles and warheads on ships just waiting for our supreme leader to unleash hell and fury on those Zionist Americans. Please.

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Posted in: Trump order clears way for barring Huawei from U.S. telecommunications networks See in context

American motto "No one else will collect data or spy on our citizens but us" can't have someone else interfering with our police state.

There are a lot more people trying to get IN to the U.S. than out my friend.

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Posted in: Trump order clears way for barring Huawei from U.S. telecommunications networks See in context

Huawei has more than 5,000 US patents.

The U.S. is fine with patents. The issue is National Security and spyware.

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Posted in: Nissan profit nose-dives 57.3% See in context

Good! You reap what you sow!

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Posted in: Group referred to prosecutors for bed prank at Shibuya crossing See in context

After reading a story like this, why would anyone want to come to Japan. What an anal bland country with no sense of humor. This prank was well thought out, with respect for the streetlights, the people walking, the traffic and probably the police.....Pranksters in other parts of the world would never be so respectful.

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Posted in: White House expects China to retaliate over trade tariffs See in context

Smart people know better than to start throwing rocks and not expect anything in return!

Did it ever occur to you that The Dems And the Repubs are in complete alignment on this issue. Throwing rocks is the only way to wake up China to the fact that they are no longer a 3rd world country and to level out the playing field regarding trade and commerce. The U.S. is very adaptable and will just move production to other parts of the world if China doesn't want to participate. The U.S. once again built and guided another Asian country to be a force in the world. Now let's call China's bluff, slap tariffs on them and see how she stands up by herself. China cannot compete with the U.S. and those that think they can are living in a dream world.

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Posted in: Trump has long seen previous U.S. trade agreements as losers See in context

China is no longer a 3rd world country. The rules have to change for the sake of trade in other parts of the world.

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

What does Make America Great Again mean, Trump supporters?

The overall vision of a the country is lacking in its former greatness, Thus MAGA!

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Posted in: Iran's Khamenei calls U.S. blacklisting of Guards a 'vicious move' See in context

"I am telling you (American leaders), if you pressure us, we will mass-produce IR8 advanced centrifuges,"

Go ahead and mass produce, then see what happens to your country.

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Posted in: May's Brexit talks with Labour stall; delay request fails to convince EU See in context

political cowardice

Thats an understatement. The U.K. is toast!

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