Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the US


#3023

Oct 8th, More videos from Trump:

TO MY FAVORITE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD!

“…China Will Pay a Big Price for what they did to the World and Us…”

Vid: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1314252606110412806


In this video Trumps talks about how he sees his Military spend and the effects.

“…everybody wanted the belt…”

Vid: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1314175772563832833


#3024


Catherine Herridge @CBS_Herridge

#Durham #DeclassifyEverything: Statement from @DNI_Ratcliffe

“ODNI has now provided almost 1,000 pages of materials to he DOJ in response to Mr Durham’s document request” + “As the President has made clear, we must be appropriately transparent with the American people”

@CBSNews


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9:54 PM · Oct 7, 2020

Src: https://twitter.com/CBS_Herridge/status/1313945797612974090


#3025

When your losing, sulk and stamp your feet.


#3026

The Walls are closing in…

NBC News @NBCNews

14h

“We’re going to be talking about the 25th Amendment,” Speaker Pelosi says. “The president is, shall we say, in an altered state right now,” Pelosi said later Thursday. “I don’t know how to answer for that behavior.”

https://twitter.com/NBCNews/status/1314269350833123338


#3027

https://twitter.com/i/status/1314384992085123085

I assume this is a comedian, rather the President Pandemic.

California is sending millions of gallons of water “out to the Pacific because they want to take care of certain little tiny fish that aren’t doing well without water to be honest with you.”


#3029

BUILD BACK BETTER :thinking: :grinning:


#3030

If the Democratic candidate Joe Biden is a shoe in, then what’s all this 25th Amendment lark about eh? :whistle:


#3031

Not a bad article on Trump. He is clearly flawed, definitely unconventional and obviously not to everyones taste.

However he is also quite clearly less fascistic in approach than many of his opponents.

Rather than use the Pandemic to increase or cement control, he has actively railed against increased State interference in the lives of the citizenry on the back of same ie the polar opposite of whats generally defined as being ‘fascist’.

Can we say the same about many, maybe the majority, of members of the ‘right thinking’ establishment clique globally?

https://www.ft.com/content/806895a0-2aca-4a3e-9ea2-a104636ae7d5?fbclid=IwAR0jjHLn5e5Lv2fDGdNwXKNFpHbcjCjwZ2W_GpTqIBpYvbmQCatBdbGlo_I


#3032

If a late 2005 Estate Agent / Lettings Agent / Property Developer / Banker / FF minister / IT property supplement editor retrained to return as a Doctor in 2020 I do wonder what would he / she be saying today?


#3033

24 mins of pelosi on a friday , come on man!!

Not sure what the 25th amendment has to do with trump pulling out of the debate or the fact he is losing (at the moment - total loser).

I assume pelosi is pointing out Trump has been even more incoherent than normal??


#3034

I’m curious, what fairly good reliable weighty and more than moderately predictive evidence do you think demonstrates Trump will not win by a landslide?


#3035

Here’s is an interesting piece

77% of Trump voters would not admit to friends and family.

However, Trump keeps fucking up. He is running against his own interruptions. Dems have figured out just trigger and stand back.

Trump’s best hope is a massive turn-out of his base and I believe many of these mainstream polls (CNN / NYT Biden is 16 points ahead etc.) are intended to demoralise his followers and supress turn-out.


#3036

Attendance numbers at Trump rallies indicate a candidate who is gaining support, quite opposite to what gets reported by traditional news media


#3037

This is a misreading of Trump’s first term in office.
The reason Trump got tax cuts done was because it is always a prime aim of CONVENTIONAL Republicans. Trump’s other success is in appointing conservative judges is also another prime aim of CONVENTIONAL Republicans.
All the rest of Trump’s agenda, immigration, building the wall, healthcare reform is just meh to Republicans and would have required serious sustained effort on Trump’s part to get it done.
In fact the extraordinary thing is how little he got done in his first two years when he had a majority in the House and Senate


#3038

In some ways I would agree.

He clearly hasnt delivered on a lot of what got him elected, around immigration and the infamous wall for example.

However his attitude to foreign affairs has been a resounding success IMO. He has failed to start even one war (incredibly for an American administration) and has improved relations with North Korea and Russia amongst others. He has also brought large numbers of American troops home. He may have alienated some traditional western European allies but more positive than negative in terms of foreign policy.

And up to Covid the American economy was clearly booming.

Beyond all that, he manages to consistently upset the lunatic progressive element who have colonised public discourse across the west. And even if he fails to win the current election (for whats its worth I think he will win), his legacy will be the mainstreaming of a pushback against ‘progressive authoritarianism’ that is going to be a mainstay of the political environment going forward.

Ultimately however, woth reference to the initial point, the suggestion that he is some manner of fascist is nonsensensical and has more to do with education levels, declining levels of IQ or capability for independent thought, as well as an increasingly clear tendency toward groupthink on foot of media manipulation within western societies.


#3039

Id say the gap at the moment is more like 7 to 9%. There is a certain percentage who are clearly embarrassed by the actions of the last few weeks. Fox (i dont think anyone could accuse them of being lefties) have the gap at 10%.

The sorry state of the economy is a headwind that i dont think can be overcome by election day. Some of the GOP are abandoning ship in an effort at self preservation.

Not a good sign for a guy that demands total loyalty/adulation/fawning.

Edit. I did not realise USC were doing a tracking poll this year. Very consistent 9 to 13% gap since August.


#3040

Conventional Republicans favour lower taxes deregulation balanced budgets(cutting public spending on any and all welfare programmes execpt the military), free trade, easy immigration policies(cheap labour) and a robust interventionist foreign policy.
Trump differed from them in that he promised not to cut social security and medicare (public programmes that have widespread support) he was going to restrict immigration, he wanted managed trade not free trade and a big infrastructure programme.
In foreign policy he is an isiolationist at heart. There has always been an isolationist steak in American politics (think Lindbergh before WW2) but the post war consensus was internationalist and interventionist.
To say that Trump dramatically changed Military spending or troops overseas is wrong. See the graphs in this article.


I’m amazed he couldn’t get an infrastructure programme done. He is a developer FFS! But that would have meant working with Democrats since the average Republican politican is just not interested in any public works programme. That would have required sustained effort concentration and political skills which he lacks.
In the longterm if he is not reelected two things will remain (apart from all the judges!).
America will remain in an isolationist mood but I see this as less a Trump effect than the result of being bogged down in two long expensive wars. The American public just has no appetite for foreign interventions.
The second is free trade and this is a Trump effect. Since at least Clinton Free Trade has been a bipartan goal. The thinking was yeah there may be losers but there are far more winners and that lift’s the whole economy
Trump attracted a pool of ex Democratic voters who had become discouraged by the free trade policies of the Democratic party. They are not going anywhere and are not committed to any particular party. So i think we are in an era of managed trade.
On immigration it will be interesting to see how Republicans, post Trump, handle immigration.
I fully expect, if Biden is elected, that Republicans, after remaining quiet during four years of Trump’s profligacy, will rediscover their inner deficit hawk.


#3041

Is Bengahzi the “breathtaking” Trump recently referred to?

Oct 11



Anna Khait @Annakhait

BREAKING: Allen Harrow Parrot (CIA whistleblower) tells Charles Woods (father of Tyrone Woods killed in Benghazi) that Obama and Biden sent Iran 152 Billion Dollars as a coverup for the deaths of Seal Team 6. Allen said that ALL of the proof will come out: documents and audio.

Video Src: https://twitter.com/Annakhait/status/1315391500155523084


#3042

Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

I’ve gone through years of a Fake, Illegal, and Totally Discredited Witch-Hunt, and now it’s revealed that it was a Hoax by the “other side”, which must pay a price for what they did. Think of where we’d be now without Fake & Fraudulent stories every night, for years!!!

Src: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1316587911349927936


#3043