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Jake's Trump Thread -- Make America Great Again

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Our country is a divided crime scene, and it will only get worse!

 

Moving, inspiring words from a would-be leader. So is he actually admitting that he'll be a terrible president, or does he just assume he's gonna lose?

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Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 5h5 hours ago

 

President Obama just had a news conference, but he doesn't have a clue. Our country is a divided crime scene, and it will only get worse!

 

Trumpus Maximus Americanus!

 

Could that be because people with negative, hateful, racist and sexist rhetoric, like Donald Trump, are causing it to become worse?

 

 

TRUMPUS IGNORAMUS UN-AMERICANUS

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I did use the name Solomon so I can see your connection to a religious preference. You have your view and I have mine, I look at Soloman in a historical way. Christ as a historical person was hated by the religious system of the day.
I was born a catholic by the time I was 9 years old I believed if I did not go to mass on Sunday I committed a mortal sin, "brain washing", the isms of  yesterday are the isms of today, just in a different form.

 

 

Is that a yes?

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No,no,no,nono!

It's a conception I don't have the answer to. The part "religious preference" I wonder what the founding Fathers would answer you.

Thomas Jefferson was a deist - - do you know what that is? A little hint, he's not a Christian.

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Trump Pulls to 266-272 Virtual Electoral Tie Today

With the exception of NBC, battleground polls released so far in July show voters are moving toward Donald Trump. In four battleground states — Iowa, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania — Trump gained an average of five points and caught Clinton in at least one poll in each state.

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http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/07/18/polls-trump-electoral-edge-today/

 

Build the Wall. Keep 'em out. Round 'em up. Boot 'em out. Bad ones wipe 'em out.

 

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Fear and Loathing in Cleveland: Donald Trump Completes Nationalist Populist Takeover Of GOP At Republican National Convention
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Read & view more Breitbart >

http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/07/17/fear-loathing-cleveland-donald-trump-completes-nationalist-populist-takeover-gop-republican-national-convention/

 

https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump

 

Trumpus Maximus Americanus!
 

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Fear and Loathing in Cleveland: Donald Trump Completes Nationalist Populist Takeover Of GOP At Republican National Convention

 

 

Sounds like the National Socialist takeover of a certain country.

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Trump Pulls to 266-272 Virtual Electoral Tie Today

 

With the exception of NBC, battleground polls released so far in July show voters are moving toward Donald Trump. In four battleground states — Iowa, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania — Trump gained an average of five points and caught Clinton in at least one poll in each state.

 

Read more Breitbart >

 

http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/07/18/polls-trump-electoral-edge-today/

 

I've seen a very different spin on polling:

 

POLITICS

Hillary Clinton Holds A Pre-Convention Lead, New Polling Finds
Three new national surveys give her a small but solid edge over Donald Trump.
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Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the Old State House in Springfield, Illinois, July 13, 2016.

 

Hillary Clinton holds a modest but solid lead over Donald Trump in the race for president, according to three new surveys released on the eve of the Republican convention in Cleveland.

New ABC/Washington PostNBC/Wall Street Journal and CNN/ORC polls find Clinton with leads of 4, 5 and 7 points respectively in head-to-head matchups against Trump.

 

Other surveys this month have shown a closer race, including a CBS/New York Times poll that found Clinton and Trump tied. A poll of 11 battleground states released Sunday by CBS and YouGov gave

Clinton just a 1-point edge in those contests.

 

HuffPost Pollster’s model, which aggregates all publicly available polls, gives the former secretary of state a lead of just under 4 points nationwide.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hillary-clinton-convention-poll_us_578b9994e4b08608d334e62c?section=

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To change the old joke about Nixon--Trump

isn't half the man that Hitler was.

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Those lives were wasted because of the actions of the preceding two Dem Presidents.   Nixon ran on a platform of ending US involvement and he did.      Of course S. Vietnam ceased to exist.    This is the typical result of most civil wars; one side ceases to exist.   

 

To me Civil wars are the saddest type of human conflicts.  But I don't see how one can fault leaders of foreign nations for the deaths or outcomes.

 

How many soldiers died on Nixon's watch? So you're saying he's blameless because he didnt start the war, but ended it?

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It's funny how when people say how despicable and deceiving the Clinton's are they bring up all the despicable and deceiving Republicans. I guess that as good as can be expected, I can live with that.

 

 

It happens on both sides of the aisle......

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How many soldiers died on Nixon's watch? So you're saying he's blameless because he didnt start the war, but ended it?

 

You're many posts behind.    I already addressed this with others.

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Dictatorship and oppression of all oppostion begins at Republican convention.  A petition with sufficient signatures was presented to the secretary, who actually tried to hide from the delegates.  It was ignored.

A voice vote on adopting rules was called for and I watched it. The chair refused to recognize any of the non-Trump supporters and called for a voice vote.  There was no way to tell if if was a yea or nay vote, but he declared the yeas had it anyway.

A democratic, equal treatment for all convention would have had a roll-call vote and settled the issue.

Is this what we would expect from a Trump administration?  These are all conservative Republicans. How would a Trump administration treat the rest of the people?

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 How would a Trump administration treat the rest of the people?

 

The way any Emperor would treat his opposition. 

 

Hail Trumpulus Magnificus Erraticus!

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The way any Emperor would treat his opposition. 

 

Hail Trumpulus Magnificus Erraticus!

Actually Trump would go beyond emperor directly to despot.  Even most emperors had some good points and knew how to govern and respect their subjects.

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TRUMP/PENCE ON "60 Minutes"--

 

"Pence’s entire role on the ticket appears to be to filter the crazy out of what Donald Trump says in order to make is sound more conventionally Republican...

 

The ISIS non-answer was typical for the entire interview, where Lesley Stahl did not get a single direct answer out of Trump or Pence...

 

The Republican nominee spent most of the interview talking about himself and even bragged about how humble he is:

 

The interview was a trainwreck tribute to the ego of Donald Trump, who made it clear that he was in charge and that the spotlight was always to be on him at all times.

If Republicans were looking for someone who could make Trump seem less crazy, Mike Pence is not the guy. If anything, Trump is becoming even more insane because now he is acting like Pence is competition, not a partner.

 

The lack of chemistry between Pence and Trump was obvious that one wonders if they had ever really spoken to each other before Pence was added to the ticket."

 

http://www.politicususa.com/2016/07/17/trumppence-60-minutes-interview-painful-train-wreck.html

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FULL SPEECH: HE'S FIRED UP FOR TRUMP! Rudy Giuliani - Republican National Convention  

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FULL SPEECH: HE'S FIRED UP FOR TRUMP! Rudy Giuliani - Republican National Convention
Ask the families of:

 

Abner Louima

 

Amadou Diallo

 

And Patrick Dorismond

 

About what kind of policing Mayor Giuliani was infamous for in New York City.

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Poll: Clinton and Trump Now Tied as GOP Convention Kicks Off

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are virtually tied in the polls as the Republican National Convention convenes in Cleveland this week. Clinton now just barely edges out Trump in a direct head-to-head match-up, 46 percent to 45 percent. This is slightly down from the 3-point lead she held in last week's tracking poll numbers.

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http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/poll-clinton-trump-now-tied-gop-convention-kicks-n611936

 

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Is the Party Over for Bushism?

By:Pat Buchanan | July 19, 2016

Neither George W. Bush, the Republican Party nominee in 2000 and 2004, nor Jeb, the dethroned Prince of Wales, will be in Cleveland. Nor will John McCain or Mitt Romney, the last two nominees.

These former leaders would like it thought that high principle keeps them away from a GOP convention that would nominate Donald Trump. Petulance, however, must surely play a part. Bush Republicans feel unappreciated, and understandably so.

For Trump's nomination represents not only a rejection of their legacy but a repudiation of much of post-Cold War party dogma.

 

Read more Chronicles >

 

https://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/is-the-party-over-for-bushism/

 

Trumpus Maximus Americanus!

 

 

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