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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

US Dept of Defense retweets that Trump should resign
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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

A new Fox News poll shows former President Barack Obama is more popular in Alabama than Donald Trump.

The poll, conducted from Monday to Wednesday and released Thursday, shows Obama with a 52 percent favorability rating in the state, compared to Trump’s 49 percent.

Obama had a 45 percent unfavorable rating in the poll, while Trump had a 48 percent unfavorable rating.

The same poll showed Democrat Doug Jones leading Republican Roy Moore by 8 points in the Alabama Senate race

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And this is Trumps favourite Fox News!

Edit - The Rev. Jamie Johnson, director of the Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), resigned Thursday night after a CNN report revealed racially disparaging remarks he made during past talk radio appearances.
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Investors and customers of the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower in Panama City carried deep ties to organized crime and drug trafficking, according to an NBC News and Reuters joint investigation.
“I had some customers with questionable backgrounds,” said Alexandre Ventura Nogueira, who partnered with the Trumps to attract condo buyers for the tower.

Ventura ended up selling the units, and eventually ended up appearing alongside Trump in a video promoting the project. He was also photographed with President Trump himself. Now, Ventura is a fugitive from justice in Panama, where he told Reuters an arrest warrant is still waiting for him. He is under a federal investigation for international money laundering.

The Reuters and NBC News investigation said it found no indication that the Trump family or the Trump Organization engaged in any illegal activity or know of the backgrounds of people who did have links to organized crime.

Because Panama is “perceived to be highly corrupt,” said Arthur Middlemiss, a former assistant district attorney in Manhattan and a former head of JPMorgan’s global anti-corruption program, those who do business there should perform due diligence on others involved in their ventures.

If they fail to do so, he told Reuters, they risk being liable under U.S. law of being found having turned a blind eye to wrongdoing.

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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner (Trumps son in law) told congressional Russia investigators that he did not communicate with WikiLeaks and did not recall anyone on the Trump campaign who had, a source with knowledge of his testimony told CNN.

But Kushner did receive and forward an email from Donald Trump Jr. about contact Trump Jr. had with WikiLeaks, according to a new report this week and a letter from the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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Kushner still has only a temporary US Govt. security clearance, not yet a permanent US Govt. security clearance; probably for good reasons?

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“I know a lot of women who held their nose and voted for the guy because they thought Hillary Clinton is a criminal,” said one person close to the administration.
“This just reminds them that they had to hold their nose and vote for him, and they won’t do it again because he won’t be running against Clinton
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I enjoyed the irony of this article:

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/loca...184816303.html

Due to the pathetic official efforts to repair hurricane damage, huge numbers (more than 150,000 so far) of Puerto Ricans are leaving Puerto Rico for Florida and other parts of the mainland US. And they even less happy with Trump than they were before he threw paper towels at them during his post-disaster visit. Even 20,000 extra Democratic voters would swing Florida away from the Republicans. We are way past that. What an appropriate reward that would be for Trump's glib behavior.

PS Despite their homeland's hybrid status, Puerto Ricans can vote immediately on settling in mainland US.
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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

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Now that the three basketball players are out of China and saved from years in jail, LaVar Ball, the father of LiAngelo, is unaccepting of what I did for his son and that shoplifting is no big deal. I should have left them in jail!
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"unaccepting" is not in the dictionary is because it's the gerund form of a non-existent modified verb.
In plain English, there is no word "unaccept", therefore you cannot be in the present tense doing the action of "unaccept".
Accept IS a verb, so you can be in the present tense accepting something. You cannot be in the present tense unaccepting something.

If I was American I would be somewhat worried by these old people in key positions who seem to be losing key faculties!

Trump is 71 and has difficulty creating simple grammatical sentences.
Jeff Sessions is 70 and has admitted serious memory failures

In addition to the above we have Trump pique because some people failed to give him the degree of admiration and recognition he was expecting.
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Re: Will Trump be a Good President?

Singer Taylor Swift and San Juan (Puerto Rico) Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz are outperforming President Trump in early polling for Time's Person of the Year.

Cruz and Swift have both garnered 7 percent of the vote, while Trump trails with 6 percent.

Time's reader's choice poll will close on Dec. 3.

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Singer Taylor Swift and San Juan (Puerto Rico) Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz are outperforming President Trump in early polling for Time's Person of the Year.

Cruz and Swift have both garnered 7 percent of the vote, while Trump trails with 6 percent.

Time's reader's choice poll will close on Dec. 3.

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Since 1927, TIME Magazine has chosen a “Person of the Year,” defined as a person (or people) who has had the most influence over the news in the last 12 months.

Seems like a no-brainer
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Since 1927, TIME Magazine has chosen a “Person of the Year,” defined as a person (or people) who has had the most influence over the news in the last 12 months.

Seems like a no-brainer
He was person of the year in 2016 after his surprise election victory, so I don't think they'd put him on the cover 2 years in a row. In looking through the list in Wikipedia, only Nixon was named 2 years in a row. Not really the company Trump wants to be in, is it??

I'm thinking "MeToo" is a likely choice, given how it has shaken up Hollywood.
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"unaccepting" is not in the dictionary is because it's the gerund form of a non-existent modified verb.
In plain English, there is no word "unaccept", therefore you cannot be in the present tense doing the action of "unaccept".
Accept IS a verb, so you can be in the present tense accepting something. You cannot be in the present tense unaccepting something.
Plagiarising, on the other hand, is in the dictionary.
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"unaccepting" is not in the dictionary is because it's the gerund form of a non-existent modified verb.
In plain English, there is no word "unaccept", therefore you cannot be in the present tense doing the action of "unaccept".
Accept IS a verb, so you can be in the present tense accepting something. You cannot be in the present tense unaccepting something.

If I was American I would be somewhat worried by these old people in key positions who seem to be losing key faculties!

Trump is 71 and has difficulty creating simple grammatical sentences.
Jeff Sessions is 70 and has admitted serious memory failures

In addition to the above we have Trump pique because some people failed to give him the degree of admiration and recognition he was expecting.
He's the prez. He can make up new words every day.

;-)

I recently saw a debate on SRF (https://www.srf.ch/sendungen/club/tr...-nach-der-wahl) about "Trump - one year later".

I rarely watch TV these days, but I was at my parent's place and they actually have a TV...

So, the guy from the BaZ said something interesting that fits right into this context.
Basically, his voters despise the way "intellectuals" from the large cities (Which incidentally are also the only stable Democrat voter bases left) are looking down on people from the rural areas (or generally less-educated people).
The guy also said that the more people point out syntactical or grammatical errors like those, the more his voters sympathize with him.

I found this analysis fascinating - after all, the divide between cities and villages is also quite visible in Switzerland. Think of the "Zweitwohnungsinitiative" that got approved everywhere - except in those places that were (supposedly or not) part of the problem.

Doesn't change the fact that he could help himself a lot by cutting down on the tweets...

But people who complain about Trump should keep in mind that he was probably the lesser evil of what could have happened if that angry voter-base that has been known to exist for 20 years was still looking for a vent....
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If that poll was where I'm from only, Ariana Grande would be streets ahead.
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Plagiarising, on the other hand, is in the dictionary.
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The guy also said that the more people point out syntactical or grammatical errors like those, the more his voters sympathize with him.
Absolutely. Those who manipulate the debate because they nitpick on people's typos, accent or vocabulary are not in the debate for some noble reasons. They however exercise their right to show their priorities On the other hand, he is manipulating the situation quite cleverly: you have a guy who has some ideas, he is pretty clear about them, just communicates them clumsily (I can't even say that he is clumsy, he is entertaining, which is what voters want). On the other side you have those who knock him down for it, but who do not really come with any other ideas, since they are busy knocking him down and think it is sufficient. Who gets the sympathy....who is trying to get some work done?

I think he totally knows what he is doing. He needs people to sympathize with him.

It is a bit boring to see both polarized ends trying to tire one another out.
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Basically, his voters despise the way "intellectuals" from the large cities...
So they vote for an NYC wise guy?
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The guy also said that the more people point out syntactical or grammatical errors like those, the more his voters sympathize with him.
He only has one excuse for such errors, and it's sheer laziness.

When a guy's had every possible educational advantage in life, yet still acts dumb, he either is dumb or he's deliberately putting on an act. As we have youtube evidence to substantiate a noticable change in how he presents himself, my personal conclusion is that it's 70% an act / 30% he's dumb as a fence post.

I'm just waiting for the shite to hit the fan, then his Twatter account will look like this...

DT: Having such a bad day
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Absolutely. Those who manipulate the debate because they nitpick on people's typos, accent or vocabulary are not in the debate for some noble reasons. They however exercise their right to show their priorities On the other hand, he is manipulating the situation quite cleverly: you have a guy who has some ideas, he is pretty clear about them, just communicates them clumsily. On the other side you have those who knock him down for it, but who do not really come with any other ideas, since they are busy knocking him down and think it is sufficient. Who gets the sympathy....who is trying to get some work done?

I think he totally knows what he is doing. He needs people to sympathize with him.

It is a bit boring to see both polarized ends trying to tire one another out.
But while Trump is only concentrating on shoplifting UCLA players the whole discussion is anyway moot because that is not trying to get work done.

Meanwhile it seems that Trumps erstwhile aide Stephen Bannon has managed to switch the Alabama Senate election from a sure thing GOP seat to a strong possibility of a Democrat win which would reduce the Senate GOP razor thin majority even further.

Trump has demonstrated his inability to meld the GOP into an united team to legislate his agenda. Jury is still out on tax reform but so far it is not looking hopeful. Trump throwing in a last minute repeal of the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate into the tax bill could be the last straw that breaks this camels back; the White House is already back pedalling on this wish!

Trump having good ideas is positive; but while he continually fails to implement them then he is a lame duck President!
300 days in office and what to show?
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300 days in office and what to show?
AFAIK, dismantling the EPA and getting rid of environmental protection laws is pretty much on track.

Also, isn't net-neutrality on the chopping block, too?

Also, H1B visas are being handed out much, much less freely than before.
(From what I have read).
This is one of the things that shows what could be done, if not so much energy was wasted on (seemingly) petty things.
It could also be an example of something that can be done while all energy is wasted on debating petty things - I really don't know ;-)
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Since 1927, TIME Magazine has chosen a “Person of the Year,” defined as a person (or people) who has had the most influence over the news in the last 12 months.
Shouldn't Russia get an honourable mention?
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AFAIK, dismantling the EPA and getting rid of environmental protection laws is pretty much on track.

Also, isn't net-neutrality on the chopping block, too?

Also, H1B visas are being handed out much, much less freely than before.
(From what I have read).
This is one of the things that shows what could be done, if not so much energy was wasted on (seemingly) petty things.
It could also be an example of something that can be done while all energy is wasted on debating petty things - I really don't know ;-)
EPA; not really on track. Because Trump has been unable to drive new legislation the environmental protection laws are intact. So Trump goes along the route of Executive orders and the EPA issuing new regulations; all of which are challenged in court leading to delays and reversals. For permanent change you need new laws which is not happening!

Example; A federal appeals court ruled that Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is not allowed to delay an Obama-era regulation limiting methane pollution from the oil and gas industries
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Trump having good ideas is positive; but while he continually fails to implement them then he is a lame duck President!
300 days in office and what to show?
For those who seem him that way - there is nothing easier for him than point fingers on those who make it difficult for him. And he will do it. And he might get support for that, the society is so emotionally hooked on all this, he is not going to miss a chance to cash it in.
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