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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:30 am 

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2017 3:34 pm 
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Didn't he say "I love Wikileaks". Seems that his mind might be changing.

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Regardless of if you like or dislike his politics - Should UK politicians take a leaf out of Trumps no nonsense approach to Politics


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Tamar wrote:
Regardless of if you like or dislike his politics - Should UK politicians take a leaf out of Trumps no nonsense approach to Politics



What?
Doing what he wants and bugger anybody else. It is not no nonsense a lot of it is just nonsense.

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Tamar wrote:
Regardless of if you like or dislike his politics - Should UK politicians take a leaf out of Trumps no nonsense approach to Politics


Should someone come in to shake up and challenge the establishment - hell yeah, I'm all for that. Is Trump the right man to do this? Er, no. Not in a million flippin years. The sooner he's removed from power (and the whole Russia bit hasn't even started to get going yet and could well be his undoing), the better.

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Tamar wrote:
Regardless of if you like or dislike his politics - Should UK politicians take a leaf out of Trumps no nonsense approach to Politics



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Doing what he wants and bugger anybody else. It is not no nonsense a lot of it is just nonsense.


Trump has spent nigh on 70 years swindling everyone for the benefit of himself and his cohorts. He isn't going to stop that now he's POTUS.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 12:09 am 
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Michael Moore recently said of Trump, " he has the thinnest skin of any bully ever!" And that's exactly right. Every thing he is or ever done is the greatest, like he needs constant validation. How can any billionaire be so worried about how he is seen, does Bill Gates have the same dead aura as Trump. He's the biggest oxygen thief ever and I can see I'm gonna spend the next 4 years being extremely angry every time I have to see another Trump press conference.

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I think the chances of him being declared mentally unfit to serve are much higher than the chances of assassination or impeachment.


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People in this thread are almost as hysterical as the BBC. Almost.

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He's lost it, if he ever had it in the first place. That press conference was the first time I've not found him either hilarious or terrifying. It was just a little sad.

'You know what uranium is, right? It’s this thing called nuclear weapons. And other things. Like lots of things are done with uranium. Including some bad things.'

There aren't really any words for that. Just a pathetic, nasty, confused old man.

There was a bit when he said he had the biggest electoral college vote win since Reagan. He was told that Obama had bigger, and said that he meant Republican. He was then told that Bush Sr had bigger, and then claimed that 'I don't know, that was the information I was given'.

This is the President. And one that is currently railing against fake news.... It's completely f****d dystopian stuff.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 2:38 am 
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People in this thread are almost as hysterical as the BBC. Almost.


Hardly. Trump is now getting flack from Fox News. The guy is a businessman, not a politician, and it is widely accepted he is hopelessly out of his depth, as is supporting team (*cough* Kellyanne Conway *cough*).

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I find it hard to believe that the people complaining so vehemently about his political inexperience would be saying the same things if Trump was suitably left wing. I agree that he is not an ideal individual for his position but Hilary was the alternative. It's a shame that more people simply didn't vote but politics is in a low place so this is almost an inevitable outcome.

What I have no problem with is the refusal to respond blandly to the clear, obvious bias questioning of some of the MSM. The BBC is disgracing itself with its total failure at impartially - it needs to be honest with its audience that it wants another left wing globalist in charge of the free world. The free world which incidentally is rejecting globalism.

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Is this not the most fake thing you could ever witness?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-39018776


Irony is most certainly missed by Trump the chump.

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