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Donald J. Trump IS the Worst President in US History - and probably will be forever.


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Ratings by almost all of the reliable raters have rated Trump as the worst for about two years now.  His antics and attacks on democracy and The Constitution will assure him that he never rises above THE WORST PRESIDENT IN AMERICAN HISTORY.

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Under the Wikipedia entry for Narcissistic Leadership, in the "See Also" section, it lists similar topics, such as Control freak, Cult of personality, Empire building, Toxic leader, Toxic workplace, Narcissistic rage and narcissistic injury.

It also lists a couple of people in the "See Also" section:

  • Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries, who is a scholar on leadership development and styles
  • Donald J. Trump

No other person is listed.

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That's what you get when you elect a cartoon charactor for US president. 

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This was my 2016-2021 canvas tote bag ^^^^ to commemorate. I was scared Chump would make world enemies with his buffoonery & incompetence but never expected the US government to implode by the corrupt evil we endured the past 4 years. Who would have ever guessed his dopey kids would be appointed to powerful positions?

You can't buy/sue/bully your way out of stupid. Besides, the Chump HAS no money, it's all smoke & mirrors. Hopefully, this shameful period is behind us.

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Every President from Reagan to Trump promoted two ideologies: neoconservatism and neoliberalism.

The first refers to the use of the military and intelligence agencies to control, destabilize, and attack other countries for economic and strategic advantages, the promotion of the military industrial complex (collusion between the private sector and the military), etc.

The second refers to deregulation which allows the rich to engage in financial speculation and become richer, to force weak economies to open themselves up for exploitation of resources and labor, etc.

Often the two are combined, as seen in the way Bush attacked Iraq over oil and how Obama promoted the same, leading to many dead in other countries, including defenseless citizens, and how both bailed out the rich using up to $16 trillion by 2011.

Trump gained from that arrangement like the rest of the U.S. rich which controls most of the economy, media, pharma, food production, Wall Street and the Fed, and more.

Biden, like Bush and Obama, will maintain the same.

 

 

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Not familiar with this guy, and the choppy, poorly done video clip just showed me a guy big on pretense and having great difficulty trying to maintain.  

Not really sure of his stance on anything here.  And besides;

I'm weary of people who "predict" what the Biden-Harris administration will do and be like, just based on whatever rhetorical speculation forwarded by their politicalopponents during an election campaign.

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2 hours ago, Sepiatone said:

Not familiar with this guy, and the choppy, poorly done video clip just showed me a guy big on pretense and having great difficulty trying to maintain.  

Not really sure of his stance on anything here.  And besides;

I'm weary of people who "predict" what the Biden-Harris administration will do and be like, just based on whatever rhetorical speculation forwarded by their politicalopponents during an election campaign.

Sepiatone

I agree it is next to impossible to predict what a Biden admin will do especially as it relates to the power of the veto (the only direct power the President has over legislation).

What is clear is what all the various groups,  especially the identity politics groups in the Dem party,  will demand from Joe.

E.g.   MSNBC had on two black Dem members of the House and they were asked if they will vote for Pelosi for Speaker:  They wouldn't answer directly but said they would need to check with their base.    The host was alert and could see they were ducking the questions so he followed up asking what they really were trying to say.    One said that the House leader has to support reparations and other government funds given directly to blacks.   Would Joe sign such legislation or veto it?     (it won't get pass the Senate anyhow,  even if the Dems win the two seats in GA,  but it still is a good example of no-one-knows-what-middle-of-the-road-Joe-will-do \ not do).

  

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2 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

I agree it is next to impossible to predict what a Biden admin will do especially as it relates to the power of the veto (the only direct power the President has over legislation).

What is clear is what all the various groups,  especially the identity politics groups in the Dem party,  will demand from Joe.

E.g.   MSNBC had on two black Dem members of the House and they were asked if they will vote for Pelosi for Speaker:  They wouldn't answer directly but said they would need to check with their base.    The host was alert and could see they were ducking the questions so he followed up asking what they really were trying to say.    One said that the House leader has to support reparations and other government funds given directly to blacks.   Who Joe sign such legislation or veto it?     (it won't get pass the Senate anyhow,  even if the win the two seats in GA,  but it still is a good example of no-one-knows-what-middle-of-the-road-Joe-will-do \ not do).

  

If I remember correctly didn't Pelosi promise that the current term as speaker would be her last one if reelected in 2018?

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11 minutes ago, ElCid said:

If I remember correctly didn't Pelosi promise that the current term as speaker would be her last one if reelected in 2018?

That is what I recall but I was told I was mistaken and that the up-and-coming term (2020), will be her last as speaker.   

Of course the progressives will demand that A.O.C. be the next speaker.

E.g.  the "NO" votes for the defense bill and Covid-19 relief bill were by either progressives or far right republicans.   

Such a trend will continue with the new Congress.     E.g. compromise legislation may not pass due to NO votes from the wing-nuts of both party.     I.e.  Members of Congress not willing to following Pelosi \ Schumer or McCarthy \  McConnell.

Also it will be impossible to override any Biden veto  (which I suspect Biden will never need to use, unlike dummy-Trump,   since Biden will work closely with Pelosi and Schumer and thus no veto should ever be required).

 

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1 minute ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

That is what I recall but I was told I was mistaken and that the up-and-coming term (2020), will be her last as speaker.   

Of course the progressives will demand that A.O.C. be the next speaker.

E.g.  the "NO" votes for the defense bill and Covid-19 relief bill were by either progressives or far right republicans.   

Such a trend will continue with the new Congress.     E.g. compromise legislation may not pass due to NO votes from the wing-nuts of both party.     I.e.  Members of Congress not willing to following Pelosi \ Schumer or McCarthy \  McConnell.

 

I'm pretty certain that A.O.C. doesn't see that as her role as she has admitted that the progressives are just a part of the big tent party but have a role to play.  She wants her voice to be heard but that doesn't mean she thinks she is in the majority.  She is a pretty smart and self-aware person.

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2 minutes ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

That is what I recall but I was told I was mistaken and that the up-and-coming term (2020), will be her last as speaker.   

Of course the progressives will demand that A.O.C. be the next speaker.

E.g.  the "NO" votes for the defense bill and Covid-19 relief bill were by either progressives or far right republicans.   

Such a trend will continue with the new Congress.     E.g. compromise legislation may not pass due to NO votes from the wing-nuts of both party.     I.e.  Members of Congress not willing to following Pelosi \ Schumer or McCarthy \  McConnell.

 

I think are memories are correct re: her promise to not run again.

You are right about the wing nuts.  No Republican has much reason to support something during a Biden administration.  The far left progressives will try to flex their muscles and undermine the moderates of both parties, assuming any moderate Republicans still there.

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1 minute ago, Bogie56 said:

I'm pretty certain that A.O.C. doesn't see that as her role as she has admitted that the progressives are just a part of the big tent party but have a role to play.  She wants her voice to be heard but that doesn't mean she thinks she is in the majority.  She is a pretty smart and self-aware person.

But she will push hard for her far left agenda and probably try to maneuver into a leadership position and maybe even a committee chairmanship.  Speaking of which, I am really tired of hearing the CA Dem committee chairs, especially Nadler and Schiff.  

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6 minutes ago, Bogie56 said:

I'm pretty certain that A.O.C. doesn't see that as her role as she has admitted that the progressives are just a part of the big tent party but have a role to play.  She wants her voice to be heard but that doesn't mean she thinks she is in the majority.  She is a pretty smart and self-aware person.

Only time will tell;     My guess is that she will challenge Chuck Schumer for the New York Senate seat.     

Oh,  and she just said that "big tent" stuff because she wanted to ensure Trump was defeated (which I thank her for as do millions of other American).      She despises Joe Biden,  Pelosi and Schumer.     She is very smart when it comes to politics (not policy IMO),  so she will only go into attack mode on the Dem establishment if it serves her politically.

 

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1 minute ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

Only time will tell;     My guess is that she will challenge Chuck Schumer for the New York Senate seat.     

Oh,  and she just said that "big tent" stuff because she wanted to ensure Trump was defeated (which I thank her for as do millions of other American).      She despises Joe Biden,  Pelosi and Schumer.     She is very smart when it comes to politics (not policy IMO),  so she will only go into attack mode on the Dem establishment if it serves her politically.

 

With all due respect, your observations about her speak more about you than they do about her.  They are total presumptions.  You obviously despise HER.

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3 minutes ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

Only time will tell;     My guess is that she will challenge Chuck Schumer for the New York Senate seat.     

Oh,  and she just said that "big tent" stuff because she wanted to ensure Trump was defeated (which I thank her for as do millions of other American).      She despises Joe Biden,  Pelosi and Schumer.     She is very smart when it comes to politics (not policy IMO),  so she will only go into attack mode on the Dem establishment if it serves her politically.

 

AOC is very ambitious and very dedicated to her political philosophy - socialism.  She has the advantage of being from a very socialistic district and that tends to isolate her from the rest of America.  She also refers to her three socialist counterparts as "my squad," not the squad.  That in itself implies ambitions for leadership and nothing is bigger than Speaker of the House.  

This post is also for Bogie56's benefit.

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