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Trump's Biggest Whoppers


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3 hours ago, jakeem said:

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Trump on Navarro memos: I didn't see them but I heard he wrote some memos talking about pandemic.
 
6:10 PM · Apr 7, 2020·Twitter Web App

He didn't know anything about Michael Cohen's payments to Stormy Daniels either even though he signed the checks himself.

He didn't know anything about Russian interference in the 2016 election.

And now, get this ... he did not know anything about a report coming from his own administration warning about a half million deaths to Americans and a 6 trillion dollar meltdown.  Why didn't't he hear about this?  Was he golfing that day?  Was he too busy campaigning?   Is his administration so incompetent that they withheld such news from him or he just cannot remember hearing such news?  And he thinks he is doing a 10 out of 10 job?

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It wouldn't be fair for Jared to show how incompetent he is without giving Ivanka the same

opportunity to show what an idiot she is. 

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8 minutes ago, Vautrin said:

It wouldn't be fair for Jared to show how incompetent he is without giving Ivanka the same

opportunity to show what an idiot she is. 

Sings Sly Stone: “ It’s A Family Affair...”.   They think they are the American Royal Family, which is why the country is Royally Fekkkked!!

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5 hours ago, jakeem said:

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Pres says Acting Navy Secy Modly should not have said what he did about Capt Crozier and felt resignation was better for the country. Again says the Captain should not have written that letter about Coronavirus outbreak on his ship. "He should not have been Ernest Hemingway."
 
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6:09 PM · Apr 7, 2020·Twitter Web App

Ernest Hemingway! LMREO

 What was his Twisted Brain thinking of--

"The Old Man and The Sea"?

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3 hours ago, Arturo said:

Sings Sly Stone: “ It’s A Family Affair...”.   They think they are the American Royal Family, which is why the country is Royally Fekkkked!!

I don't like royalty, but the closet Trump comes to royalty is being from Queens.

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CNN
 
A majority of Americans -- 55% -- now say the federal government has done a poor job preventing the spread of coronavirus in the US, up eight points in about a week, according to a new CNN poll as the nationwide death toll from the virus rose above 12,000.
 
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The point of the article is that while politicians in America remain divided because of Trump, those is Canada have come together.

Donald Trump has helped unify Canada amid the COVID-19 pandemic

 
Gary Mason
GARY MASONNATIONAL AFFAIRS COLUMNIST
PUBLISHED 14 HOURS AGO
 
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THE CANADIAN PRESS

When U.S. President Donald Trump ordered 3M to stop shipping respirator masks to Canada and Latin America, reaction across the political spectrum in this country was swift.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford called it unacceptable and a lousy way to treat “friends.” Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe called it “nothing short of a betrayal.”

Dwight Ball, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, reminded the White House of the pivotal role that his province, and in particular the town of Gander, played in taking care of stranded American airline passengers after the 9/11 attack. Even Alberta Premier Jason Kenney reminded Mr. Trump that Canada had made “very real sacrifices” on behalf of the U.S. in the global fight against terrorism.

It was quite a team effort, one that included premiers not normally known for jumping to the defence of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who also criticized Mr. Trump for requesting 3M abandon long-time customers in a time of peril.

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This has led to a fractured response to the pandemic, with some states taking the matter extremely seriously, while others, especially in the Republican south, have been slower to enact social-distancing measures, if at all. Any hopes that there might be a reprieve in the holy war between the country’s two main political parties vanished the moment Mr. Trump blamed the Democrats for, initially, perpetuating the coronavirus “hoax” and later for not leaving the country in very good shape to fight it.

Those Canadians brave enough to follow what is happening south of the border doubtlessly feel even more fortunate to live where they do, to witness in real time what political leadership looks like amid a global calamity.

No, not every move our governments have made have been perfect. There have been mistakes, to be sure. But more often than not, they have been honest ones. And thankfully when they’ve been made, we have not seen the kind of finger-pointing that has surfaced in the U.S. – a phenomenon that only serves to make a nervous populace even more angry and on edge.

In an unparalleled crisis, people want their leaders working together, not at odds with one another.

We have no idea how long this public-health emergency will last. And there will undoubtedly come a time when politics will look and sound a lot like it used to.

But there is also a good chance that some of the antagonism we are used to seeing will disappear. Because after you’ve been through a war with someone, you’re bonded with them for life.

 

 

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Elizabeth Warren calls for provisions in Congress' next coronavirus recovery package that would protect voters' ability to safely cast a ballot. One proposal would require states to mail a ballot to every registered voter with a prepaid return envelope.
 
7:00 AM · Apr 8, 2020·TweetDeck
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Cat owners who are self-isolating or have Covid-19 symptoms should consider keeping their pets indoors to stop them carrying the virus on their fur, a veterinary body has advised.
 
6:42 AM · Apr 8, 2020·SocialFlow
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