1. stumbler

    stumbler Porn Star

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    Trump’s Mental Unfitness on Display at the Press Conference

    PS Leaks from within the White House are saying Trump's staff begged him not to do the press conference that he actually decided to do at the last minute.

    And now we know why. Its not a downfall of negative publicity. Its a fucking avalanche.
     
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  2. stumbler

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    I was wondering how this would work.

    How would the Secret Service handle an unfit president?

     
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  3. shootersa

    shootersa Frisky Feline

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    You're doing a tremendous job.
    Keep it up.

    Meanwhile, the revolution continues
     
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    freespiritx DreamWeaver

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  5. shootersa

    shootersa Frisky Feline

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    Gas.
    It was gas, Melania loves Trump; that has been obvious from the beginning.
    You must be confusing true love with the sham the Clintons showed the world.
     
  6. Hush

    Hush Happy Hhedonist

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    Perhaps she really does care and promised to break in the Lincoln Bedroom yet the ceremony was lasting too long and she was having trouble holding it.
    That does beg the question however of which bedroom they'll rename the "Rubber Room"... Mental health or water-sports issues regardless.

    Hush....an alias
     
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      No need. When they get the urge they'll just pop over to Moscow and have the peeing prostitutes come around.
       
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  7. stumbler

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    It’s official: Top psychiatrists at Yale conference warn that Trump has a ‘dangerous mental illness’

     
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      <stepping in for Rixer>

      Oh Jesus
       
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      Of course none of these ducks have ever sat down with the donnie aand spoken directly with him. They are all probably tv experts from cnn & the like, lefties R us.
       
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  8. stumbler

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    Typically, psychology professionals refrain from diagnosing public figures whom they haven’t personally interviewed, but Dr. Bandy Lee, an assistant clinical professor at the Yale School of Medicine, told the conference that the dangers Trump’s mental health present are simply too great to stay silent.
     
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    1. Wee Hector
      You have to be a Trump asslicker not to realise that the man isn't right in the head. He is either mentally unwell or is highly uneducated.
       
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      Or smart like a fox.
      You have to consider, he didn't build a multi Billion dollar empire being "not right in the head".
      Shooter doesn't think you will get much argument that the man has always managed to stuff his foot in his mouth and his head up his ass with almost no effort.
      But, to call him crazy?
      Crazy like a fox.
       
      shootersa, Apr 21, 2017
    3. Wee Hector
      So smart that his casinos went bust. You really have to be one very, very, very supersmart guy to lose money on casinos.
       
      Wee Hector, Apr 22, 2017
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    4. shootersa
      Nonsense.
      But, keep on keeping on.
      As long as elite liberals continue to under estimate Trump and Trump supporters they will continue to loose.
       
      shootersa, Apr 22, 2017
    5. Wee Hector
      So you don't believe the Drumpf's casinos went bust?
       
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  9. stumbler

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    Here is more evidence of Trump's mental illness.

    ‘Anything could happen’: Trump aides fret when he gets free time because that’s when he screws up

     
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  10. M4MPetCock

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    Fake news by the desperate lefties.


    Google "Free Melania is a hoax" to find the Youtube video by "Lisiate Wolfgramm" to see what really happened. It was about Barron (which is why I can't post the video here).
     
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      Yep, more desperate froth. The left is more pathetic daily.
       
      TwoCards, Apr 22, 2017
  11. stumbler

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    The desperation to try and change the subject is hilarious.
     
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  12. Distant Lover

    Distant Lover Master of Facts

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    I want to hear from Trump's two ex-wives - the ones he ditched when he thought they were too old. I bet they have a lot of dirt on him that they would like to talk about. Where are they? Why have they been silent? Do their alimony settlements require them to be silent?
     
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  13. RandyKnight

    RandyKnight Have Gun, Will Travel

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    You would be better off helping your team try and figure out who is going to run to take a few seats back from someplace....

    Or you can do like a lot of your people and just go break out windows....
     
  14. Resident of Maryland

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    You know, I guess this is a foreign concept here, but some people aren't advocating "teams" because we all live in the same fucking country
     
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  15. stumbler

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    Trump's mental illness on full and glaring display.

    Trump's AP Interview: Unhinged, Bombastic, and "[Unintelligible]"
    President sits down with Associated Press to rail against the media, dismiss his 100-day threshold, and discuss his broken pledges

     
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  17. stumbler

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    Conversely
    ‘I miss having a human president’: The internet welcomes back Obama and his ‘intelligible words’

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    The contrarians: They didn’t vote for Trump, but they would now

    David Kord Murray, the owner of a small business-finance company in California, admits he likes to be different — “to take the contrary position.” Yet even he is surprised to have reached his latest conclusion — that while he strongly supported Hillary Clinton during the campaign, and voted for her without reservation, he now wishes he had cast that vote for Donald Trump.

    “I like what he’s doing, and I wish I had voted for him,” he says. Not having supported Trump sooner, he says, makes him “feel like a coward.”

    A lot has been written since Election Day about people who didn’t vote at all and wish they had because they were unhappy with the results. And a lot more has been written about those who cast their vote for the winner and came to regret it. (There is even a popular Twitter account called @Trump_Regrets with more than a quarter of a million followers.) And there is talk of hushed Trump support, people who voted for him but don’t admit that to pollsters or their social circles.

    But what of those who might be called “Donny-Come-Latelys”? People who did not support the candidate on Nov. 8, but now, 100 days in, find that they do?

    Notably, most of those who shifted did so not because they came to look more favorably upon Trump but because they now look less favorably upon his opposition. As Dennis Dayley, a retiree (and Clinton voter) outside of Seattle, wrote to the Seattle Times a few days after the inauguration: “I really thought the election was between the lesser of two evils. Now, due to the negative coverage of Trump and the obvious slant against him, much of it false or misleading, the news media has successfully made a convert out of me. Congratulations! You have turned me into a Trump supporter!”

    For Matt Green, a self-described libertarian in Dallas who didn’t vote at all, because he “disliked everyone” (including the Libertarian candidate), it was both the press coverage and the constant protests that changed his mind.

    “The media and the left kept calling those who voted for Trump ‘racist’ and ‘misogynistic,’” he said. “I know the people who voted for him are good people. They cast their votes because they were pro-life, or pro-Second Amendment, but not because they had malice in their hearts toward immigrants. I know these people, and if I have to take sides I’m going to side with the people who I know.”

    At the time, Green was an editor of a conservative website called the Rouser, and 10 days after Election Day he wrote a column for that site titled "I didn't vote for Trump but I wish I had" In it he wrote, “Seeing the outrage and general disregard for decent human behavior from the left, it has become clear to me that, despite the moral downfalls of this narcissistic man, he is the best choice to take control of this country.”

    For Jacob IsBell, it was all of the above — plus the violence. A musician and podcaster from Albuquerque, he did not vote the national ticket in November, though he did vote in the state and local elections. Then, in the days afterward, he watched as anti-Trump protests turned violent. When Milo Yiannopoulos was not allowed to speak in Berkeley, that was IsBell’s turning point. “Not because I support anything the guy was going to say, but I support his right to say it,” he says. “I find myself so bothered with what I view as the violent assault against free speech. It was a galvanizing event. I thought, ‘If this is what the opposition is, then I’ll pick a side.’”

    On his next podcast, on Feb. 3, he spent 12 minutes on the topic “I wish I voted for Trump.” (The video of his podcast has had 42 views as of the time of this writing, two of which were by this reporter.) “Is there any greater endorsement than to be fought against by all those that are part of the establishment?” he began.

    These new converts can each give you a list of things they don’t like about the man they now tentatively support. “I hate what he’s doing bringing back coal jobs that we don’t need, I hate that Kushner is in charge of all those things, I hate his general demeanor and attitude. And the Twitter stuff, it’s annoying and childish,” Green says.

    “I’m very much opposed to a wall,” says IsBell, who is married, he says, to “a legal immigrant from Peru.” His four brothers are married to “legal immigrants from Mexico, the Philippines, and the Dominican Republic, and they have all learned Spanish and their children speak Spanish, except my brother whose wife is Filipina, he speaks Estonian, go figure.”

    “I disapprove of his warlike actions in Syria,” IsBell continues. “I recognize that Donald Trump himself is a very arrogant, brash person. Should I go on?” Still, he says, the disapproval is “outweighed more and more by my disgust with his opposition.”

    Murray, the California business owner, has his list of disagreements too. They are all the reasons he did not vote for Trump in the first place. “I voted for Hillary,” he says. “I think she would have been an excellent administrator and that she had, perhaps, the best résumé of any candidate in my lifetime. My concern about Trump was his lack of government experience as well as his lack of political experience, his inability to unite and ‘play politics.’

    “I thought Obama did a great job,” Murray continues. “I was proud to call him my president. He had, and has, class, grace and a deep intellect. But he divided us, and the result is Trump. I’m not proud of him and his ego. But I believe the primary role of the president is as chief executive, and the primary responsibility is economic. I think Trump can make America great in terms of economics.”

    And economics are most of his reasons for shifting his support. “Deregulation of business. Smaller government. Self-reliance. A respect for the hardworking women and men that built this country, and don’t want their paychecks supporting political institutions that run counter to their beliefs,” he says. As a small-business owner he believes Trump will — already has — “cut through the regulation that is killing me and my customers. I agree there should be business regulation, but it’s reached levels where it’s ridiculous.”

    Still, he says, that might not have been enough to change his mind toward Trump if not for the “nastiness” of those who oppose him.

    “The anti-Trump group is extremely vocal, and they don’t understand the other side,” he says. “They just can’t fathom why anybody would support Trump, and I find that frustrating and shortsighted. The anti-Trump movement seems elitist, entitled and incredibly closed-minded. Intolerance is intolerance. The Trump side seems more tolerant to me.”

    He knows many will react to his opinion by calling him all sorts of names. By doing so, he says, “you’re making my point for me.”

    Note to the unsupporters; keep up the good work, you are responsible for converting many to supporters.
     
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  19. stumbler

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    I always find it so funny how desperate the PR hacks, their many many socks and the Trump supporters are to try and change the subject.
     
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      .......... says the resident copy n paste lying hack ....................
      The irony of it's post leaves Shooter bemused.
       
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  20. Mr Smith 36

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    You are correct, we are one country and we should be working together. I thought the democrat party was the thinking man's party besides being the working man's party?

    So who are the obstructionists now? At every turn, pretty damn sad for the country... Not so educated huh?