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The Observer view on Donald Trump
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The Observer view on Donald Trump

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...nald-trump


"It is not only that his politics and policies, from tax cuts and climate change to Palestine and nuclear weapons, are disastrously wrong-headed. It is not just that his idea of leadership is divisive, confrontational and irresponsible. Nor does the problem lie solely with his blatant racism, misogyny and chauvinism, though these are indeed massive problems.


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His latest foul-mouthed outrage – describing developing countries as “shitholes” – is appalling even by his crude standards.

The fundamental failing underlying Trump’s presidency is his wilful ignorance. His frequently petulant, childish behaviour combines with a staggering lack of knowledge and contempt for facts to produce serial, chronic misjudgments. Trump, in power, cannot be trusted. He has been exposed as lacking in empathy, shamelessly mendacious, cynical and unversed or uninterested in the enduring human and constitutional values his office is sworn to uphold. Trump is the first and hopefully the last of his kind: an anti-American president. He is a disgrace and a danger to his country. The sooner he is sent packing, the better...."


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RE: The Observer view on Donald Trump
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TRUMP SHOULD GO OUT
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
The damage he is doing is huge


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lol
quite a sport isn't it.

Here is something current for you to observe

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Jack Posobiec who doxxed one of Roy Moore's accusers... ... and peddled Seth Rich conspiracies. ... and got kicked out of a pizza shop for filming a child's birthday party while "investigating" pizzagate.

planted a "RAPE MELANIA" sign at an anti-Trump protest, in an attempt to undermine/sabotage the protesters.


just let that sink in for a sec.

Trump retweeted the guy who planted a sign calling for the rape of his wife
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RE: The Observer view on Donald Trump
Enjoying 2018?
The "nuclear button" tweet was just ten days ago. "Fire and Fury" went on sale seven days ago. Steve Bannon was ousted from Breitbart three days ago. Are you enjoying 2018 yet? ?

The book is still No. 1 on Amazon. Bannon is testifying on the Hill next week. But the news cycle has moved on to "shithole countries" and Stormy Daniels...
Friday's surprise -"Trump Lawyer Arranged $130,000 Payment for Adult-Film Star’s Silence."

Alternative history...

What if Clifford had appeared on "GMA" and alleged that she and Trump had an affair? Would the final weeks of the campaign have changed at all?

The Murdoch angle

When Corey Lewandowski cast doubt on the WSJ story on "Cuomo Prime Time," Chris Cuomo pointed out the corporate connection to Trump's friend Rupert Murdoch: "The WSJ. The NY Post. Even Fox News had it on the web site, one of its blog sites. Murdoch-owned periodicals, media properties. Why would Murdoch-owned properties go out of their way to do a false story about POTUS?" Mediaite's Aidan McLaughlin has more...
Navarro's take

On Twitter, Ana Navarro said a friend asked her, "Why aren’t you talking about Trump paying hush-money to that Stormy, porn-star lady?" Navarro answered: "Sounded consensual. I care very little that he was a horny real estate guy. I care a lot that he’s a racist President of the United States."

"Is Trump a racist?"

Two CNN banners that summed up Friday: "Trump denies 'shithole countries' slur, senator confirms he said it" and "Is President Trump a racist?"

more:
http://mailchi.mp/cnn/rs-jan-12-2018

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I wish I could send back in time tv and print outs of glp to people in 2008 and tell them this is what the tea party would become. This is not the america I grew up in the 70s and 80s. Watch some of the movies back then, we live in a different nation today.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-14-2018 02:14 PM)
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Morons voting Democrat talking crap about Trump, priceless, carry on, MORONS
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Utilities cutting rates, cite benefits of Trump tax reform

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/utilit...le/2645375
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 09:53 AM)
The Observer view on Donald Trump

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...nald-trump


"It is not only that his politics and policies, from tax cuts and climate change to Palestine and nuclear weapons, are disastrously wrong-headed. It is not just that his idea of leadership is divisive, confrontational and irresponsible. Nor does the problem lie solely with his blatant racism, misogyny and chauvinism, though these are indeed massive problems.

His latest foul-mouthed outrage – describing developing countries as “shitholes” – is appalling even by his crude standards.

The fundamental failing underlying Trump’s presidency is his wilful ignorance. His frequently petulant, childish behaviour combines with a staggering lack of knowledge and contempt for facts to produce serial, chronic misjudgments. Trump, in power, cannot be trusted. He has been exposed as lacking in empathy, shamelessly mendacious, cynical and unversed or uninterested in the enduring human and constitutional values his office is sworn to uphold. Trump is the first and hopefully the last of his kind: an anti-American president. He is a disgrace and a danger to his country. The sooner he is sent packing, the better...."


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f*#k tRump!!


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"How much longer will Americans tolerate his embarrassing presence in the White House? ..."


GOOD QUESTION .....
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 09:53 AM)
The Observer view on Donald Trump

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre...nald-trump


"It is not only that his politics and policies, from tax cuts and climate change to Palestine and nuclear weapons, are disastrously wrong-headed. It is not just that his idea of leadership is divisive, confrontational and irresponsible. Nor does the problem lie solely with his blatant racism, misogyny and chauvinism, though these are indeed massive problems.


Guardian Today: the headlines, the analysis, the debate - sent direct to you
Read more
His latest foul-mouthed outrage – describing developing countries as “shitholes” – is appalling even by his crude standards.

The fundamental failing underlying Trump’s presidency is his wilful ignorance. His frequently petulant, childish behaviour combines with a staggering lack of knowledge and contempt for facts to produce serial, chronic misjudgments. Trump, in power, cannot be trusted. He has been exposed as lacking in empathy, shamelessly mendacious, cynical and unversed or uninterested in the enduring human and constitutional values his office is sworn to uphold. Trump is the first and hopefully the last of his kind: an anti-American president. He is a disgrace and a danger to his country. The sooner he is sent packing, the better...."


OH YEAH

f*#k tRump!!


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RE: The Observer view on Donald Trump
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 10:12 AM)
TRUMP SHOULD GO OUT
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
The damage he is doing is huge


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So cleaning up the Kenyans mess is now considered damage?
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