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#1497910 --- 04/18/17 08:49 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
http://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/watch/p...rs-923504707679





Trump's first 100 days

A major conflict with North Korea
Chilled relation with China
Chilled relation with Mexico
Chilled relations with his Russian buddy Putin
Failed repeal of the ACA
39 % approval rating
no major executive action.
Major protests like never seen around America and foreign countries.
Jobs are being lost ie. Boeing
Has of yet to offer his tax returns
In house bickering at the WH
Criminal acts being committed by staff members
Unethical a racist statements over the Jewish holocaust coming from chief of staff Shaun Spicer.
major unrest & boos coming from town hall meetings.

"Like a fine tuned machine" crazy




YES Trump is president
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#1497912 --- 04/18/17 08:52 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Please explain all the success in the first 100 days

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

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#1497919 --- 04/18/17 09:14 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
[size:14pt]Please explain all the success in the first 100 days


That's easy.

#1. Barry Barack is gone.

#2. No Hillary.
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Two things are for certain. Trump is the President and Hillary is not.

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#1497921 --- 04/18/17 09:17 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: The Mechanic]
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Yet you forget that he left office with 60% approval rating,now son, explain why Trump can't achieve even 40%

but but but but but........yes you are funny!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh!!!!!! I forgot, Hillary garnered 3 million more votes than trump and for the last 90 days, trump has been furiously hiding the reason he needed to involve Russia in the election


Edited by Formermac (04/18/17 09:19 PM)

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#1497923 --- 04/18/17 09:24 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
The Mechanic Offline
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Yet you forget that he left office with 60% approval rating,now son, explain why Trump can't achieve even 40%

but but but but but........yes you are funny!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh!!!!!! I forgot, Hillary garnered 3 million more votes than trump and for the last 90 days, trump has been furiously hiding the reason he needed to involve Russia in the election


All these so called polls and I have never been asked to partake. I wonder how many other Republicans and/or Conservatives have never been asked.

If ole Barry Barack really had that high approval rating Hillary would have been elected.

Russia got involved for the same reasons terrorist sponsoring countries donated to the Clinton Foundation. The same reason why people donate to candidates they like and agree with.
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#1497925 --- 04/18/17 09:26 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Originally Posted By: Formermac


Oh!!!!!! I forgot, Hillary garnered 3 million more votes than trump


And how's that working out for you and Hillary?
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#1497928 --- 04/18/17 09:35 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: The Mechanic]
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GREAT, tell us son, why is 90% of the WH effort being spent on avoiding the FBI, CIA and Intel? Hillary is doing just fine, too bad that facts and investigations on trump are causing many sleepless night on his part.

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#1497929 --- 04/18/17 09:40 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Admit it son, if you offered 50 more posts, the fact remains,

Trump is losing popularity day by day
protests against him are increasing
lastly, he's and his dossier are ratcheting up the fact that he at best will be impeached.

Let's make that 200 posts, the above won't change, thus the reason your efforts are laughable and fruitless.

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#1497933 --- 04/19/17 04:33 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Formermac]
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Birds of a feather flock together.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/20...all-a-scam.html

‘BULLSH*T’ ARTIST
Trevor Noah Compares Donald Trump to Alex Jones: ‘Maybe This Is All a Scam’
‘The Daily Show’ host thinks President Trump is ‘also a character who whips people up with whatever provocative bullshit works.’


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#1497934 --- 04/19/17 04:36 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: The Mechanic]
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Originally Posted By: The Mechanic
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Originally Posted By: Formermac
Yet you forget that he left office with 60% approval rating,now son, explain why Trump can't achieve even 40%

but but but but but........yes you are funny!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh!!!!!! I forgot, Hillary garnered 3 million more votes than trump and for the last 90 days, trump has been furiously hiding the reason he needed to involve Russia in the election

All these so called polls and I have never been asked to partake. I wonder how many other Republicans and/or Conservatives have never been asked.

If ole Barry Barack really had that high approval rating Hillary would have been elected.

Russia got involved for the same reasons terrorist sponsoring countries donated to the Clinton Foundation. The same reason why people donate to candidates they like and agree with.
I see your silly comment so often. Read and learn.

http://www.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/1997/gen/indepth/polls/faq.html

I Haven'T Ever Been Called (And Neither Have Any Of My Friends). Doesn'T That Mean Your Polls Are Wrong?

Not at all. The samples of people we pick for our polls are valid as long as everyone else in the country has the same chance as you do to be selected. In a nation of about 200 million adults, we certainly won't talk to everyone. But if all 200 million have an equal chance of being picked, it stands to reason that the people who are chosen will generally reflect the views of all the ones who haven't been interviewed -- including you.

But Your Polls Don'T Match What I Think And What My Friends Think.

We'd be surprised if they did. We try to make sure that we have polled plenty of people just like you, but we also try to make sure that we poll plenty of people who are unlike you. Our polls aren't meant to reflect exclusively the conversations you have at work, the radio stations you listen to, or your family's dinnertable discussions. They are meant to reflect a little piece of the conversations every American has at work, radio stations all across the country, and the dinnertable conversations of 200 million Americans.

It's understandable to assume that your experiences are typical of what the whole country is thinking. But how many people do you know from the Northeast, or the Deep South, or the Mountain West? How many people do you talk to on a daily basis who are far richer than you, or far poorer? How many of your friends talk politics with people who live in inner cities and on farms, who are retired and still in college, who are divorced with several children and happily married with none? That's why CNN conducts polls -- to talk to tremendously different people all across the United States all at the same time.

In fact, in any poll, there is a group of respondents who are like you and your friends. If we just looked at those respondents, you would see poll results that reflected your views. But we want to show how the entire country feels about issues.

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#1497956 --- 04/19/17 11:11 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: The Mechanic]
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Originally Posted By: The Mechanic
All these so called ppolls and I have never been asked to partake. I wonder how many other Republicans and/or Conservatives have never been asked.
1,000 people per poll is a good number. Divide by a population of 300,000,000 by 1,000 per poll and you should get asked to participate once in every 30,000 polls. If you don't get picked, you should complain.

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#1497960 --- 04/19/17 11:42 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: The Mechanic]
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Originally Posted By: The Mechanic
All these so called polls and I have never been asked to partake. I wonder how many other Republicans and/or Conservatives have never been asked.

Are you really so deluded as to believe that lack of evidence somehow constitutes evidence??? So, you're not happy to simply promulgate fake facts, you also feel compelled to apply fake logic, as well. crazy

Now be honest with us... you're actually a performance artist having a go at us, aren't you?
grin
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#1497970 --- 04/19/17 03:05 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: Timbo]
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Originally Posted By: Timbo
Originally Posted By: The Mechanic
All these so called polls and I have never been asked to partake. I wonder how many other Republicans and/or Conservatives have never been asked.

Are you really so deluded as to believe that lack of evidence somehow constitutes evidence??? So, you're not happy to simply promulgate fake facts, you also feel compelled to apply fake logic, as well. crazy

Now be honest with us... you're actually a performance artist having a go at us, aren't you?
grin



"Now be honest with us... you're actually a performance artist having a go at us, aren't you?"

I believe you have the wrong person, the person you want is part of the club that hates, and he's also a liberal.

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#1497972 --- 04/19/17 04:17 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/bill...kushpmg00000009

Donald Trump’s Rise Laid The Groundwork For Bill O’Reilly’s Fall

The election of a man with a history of sexual misconduct unleashed a massive backlash. O’Reilly is feeling it.

Pussy-gate was supposed to doom Trump. Last summer, after the tape of his bragging about grabbing women by the genitals was made public, thousands of women shared their own stories of sexual assault on Twitter and other social media. It was a natural next step. For at least the past couple of years, more and more women have been coming forward to tell their own stories of sexual assault and harassment.

Long-silenced women told horrifying stories about Bill Cosby in 2015, for example. Roland also pointed to the furor over Stanford student Brock Turner, who served just three months of a lenient six-month sentence for sexual assault last year. His victim bravely spoke up.

Trump’s election only added fuel to the fire.

“Sometimes you have to take a step back to take two steps forward,” said Amy Siskind, president of The New Agenda, a nonprofit women’s group. She’s been working on women’s issues for close to a decade, after leaving a career on Wall Street. “There is a level of engagement and awakening now,” she said. “I’ve never seen anything like it before.”

The pressure on Fox News to dump O’Reilly began in earnest soon after a bombshell New York Times report on April 1 revealed that the network and the news host had together paid out $13 million to five different women who accused him of inappropriate behavior over a decade and a half. The women alleged that O’Reilly had targeted them with verbal abuse and lewd comments &#8213; even phone calls in which he could apparently be heard masturbating.

Two of the O’Reilly settlements happened after Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes was ousted from the company. Female employees had accused Ailes of sexual misdeeds, including firing host Gretchen Carlson after she declined his sexual advances. At the time, Fox said it would no longer tolerate this kind of misconduct.

The New York Times story was a tipping point for advertisers, said Rashad Robinson, executive director of the racial justice nonprofit Color of Change. His group had been pressing companies to stop running ads on “The O’Reilly Factor” for two years, after reports emerged that the news host had lied about being attacked by protesters during riots in Los Angeles in the 1990s. Another group that got on Fox’s case, Sleeping Giants, is actually a loosely organized group of volunteers who came together after Trump’s win to push advertisers to abandon Breitbart News.

The Times story was hard for advertisers to ignore, Robinson said. As more of them pulled their spots from O’Reilly’s show &#8213; over 80 have dropped out &#8213; the media ramped up its coverage, Robinson said.

Recently, Color of Change created a call line for Fox News employees to report harassment and placed ads online that geo-targeted social media users at Fox headquarters. Robinson hoped the ads were hard for Fox’s human relations department to ignore. “We wanted to encourage employees to speak out,” he said.

On Tuesday night, O’Reilly dismissed the idea that Americans were angry at him for good reason. In a statement, his lawyer said they had “uncovered evidence that the smear campaign is being orchestrated by far-left organizations bent on destroying O’Reilly for political and financial reasons.” Yet to come: the promised “irrefutable evidence” of that.

But more Fox News employees and contributors have been talking, activists say. Earlier on Tuesday, a black woman who’d once worked at the network said O’Reilly had called her “hot chocolate” and made repeated comments about her appearance.

Adding to the pressure on Fox was Megyn Kelly’s example: The rising star left the company in January in part because of O’Reilly’s behavior.

“Women are fired up,” Roland said.

Do you have information you want to share with the Huffington Post? Here’s how.


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#1497974 --- 04/19/17 06:06 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/bill...kushpmg00000009

Donald Trump’s Rise Laid The Groundwork For Bill O’Reilly’s Fall

The election of a man with a history of sexual misconduct unleashed a massive backlash. O’Reilly is feeling it.

Pussy-gate was supposed to doom Trump. Last summer, after the tape of his bragging about grabbing women by the genitals was made public, thousands of women shared their own stories of sexual assault on Twitter and other social media. It was a natural next step. For at least the past couple of years, more and more women have been coming forward to tell their own stories of sexual assault and harassment.

Long-silenced women told horrifying stories about Bill Cosby in 2015, for example. Roland also pointed to the furor over Stanford student Brock Turner, who served just three months of a lenient six-month sentence for sexual assault last year. His victim bravely spoke up.

Trump’s election only added fuel to the fire.

“Sometimes you have to take a step back to take two steps forward,” said Amy Siskind, president of The New Agenda, a nonprofit women’s group. She’s been working on women’s issues for close to a decade, after leaving a career on Wall Street. “There is a level of engagement and awakening now,” she said. “I’ve never seen anything like it before.”

The pressure on Fox News to dump O’Reilly began in earnest soon after a bombshell New York Times report on April 1 revealed that the network and the news host had together paid out $13 million to five different women who accused him of inappropriate behavior over a decade and a half. The women alleged that O’Reilly had targeted them with verbal abuse and lewd comments &#8213; even phone calls in which he could apparently be heard masturbating.

Two of the O’Reilly settlements happened after Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes was ousted from the company. Female employees had accused Ailes of sexual misdeeds, including firing host Gretchen Carlson after she declined his sexual advances. At the time, Fox said it would no longer tolerate this kind of misconduct.

The New York Times story was a tipping point for advertisers, said Rashad Robinson, executive director of the racial justice nonprofit Color of Change. His group had been pressing companies to stop running ads on “The O’Reilly Factor” for two years, after reports emerged that the news host had lied about being attacked by protesters during riots in Los Angeles in the 1990s. Another group that got on Fox’s case, Sleeping Giants, is actually a loosely organized group of volunteers who came together after Trump’s win to push advertisers to abandon Breitbart News.

The Times story was hard for advertisers to ignore, Robinson said. As more of them pulled their spots from O’Reilly’s show &#8213; over 80 have dropped out &#8213; the media ramped up its coverage, Robinson said.

Recently, Color of Change created a call line for Fox News employees to report harassment and placed ads online that geo-targeted social media users at Fox headquarters. Robinson hoped the ads were hard for Fox’s human relations department to ignore. “We wanted to encourage employees to speak out,” he said.

On Tuesday night, O’Reilly dismissed the idea that Americans were angry at him for good reason. In a statement, his lawyer said they had “uncovered evidence that the smear campaign is being orchestrated by far-left organizations bent on destroying O’Reilly for political and financial reasons.” Yet to come: the promised “irrefutable evidence” of that.

But more Fox News employees and contributors have been talking, activists say. Earlier on Tuesday, a black woman who’d once worked at the network said O’Reilly had called her “hot chocolate” and made repeated comments about her appearance.

Adding to the pressure on Fox was Megyn Kelly’s example: The rising star left the company in January in part because of O’Reilly’s behavior.

“Women are fired up,” Roland said.

Do you have information you want to share with the Huffington Post? Here’s how.




"Do you have information you want to share with the Huffington" Post?."

No! But if I did, it wouldn't be with a fake news service like yours.


Do you have information you want to share with the Huffington Post? Here’s how.

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#1497975 --- 04/19/17 06:33 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
"Do you have information you want to share with the Huffington" Post?."

No! But if I did, it wouldn't be with a fake news service like yours.
So you don't believe that Bill O'Reilly and Donald Trump abused women?

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#1497976 --- 04/19/17 06:35 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Originally Posted By: ThomasDecker
"Do you have information you want to share with the Huffington" Post?."

No! But if I did, it wouldn't be with a fake news service like yours.
Maybe you will believe Fox News?

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/201...llegations.html

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#1497977 --- 04/19/17 06:38 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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Fox News is corrupt to the core. totally disgusting.

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O’Reilly’s departure comes nine months after Fox News founder Roger Ailes was forced out as chairman following a sexual harassment lawsuit by former host Gretchen Carlson and allegations by at least a half-dozen women, all of which he denied. One of them was Megyn Kelly, who also clashed with O’Reilly and who decided to leave Fox for NBC last December.

O’Reilly’s departure comes nine months after Fox News founder Roger Ailes was forced out as chairman following a sexual harassment lawsuit by former host Gretchen Carlson and allegations by at least a half-dozen women, all of which he denied. One of them was Megyn Kelly, who also clashed with O’Reilly and who decided to leave Fox for NBC last December.

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#1497978 --- 04/19/17 06:41 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2...news/100661364/

Bill O'Reilly's departure Wednesday from Fox News Channel drew strong, celebratory responses from foes who had sought his ouster since The New York Times reported that the cable network and O'Reilly had paid about $13 million to five women who complained they had been victims of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior.

Other women also have complained about the top-rated Fox host, who is currently on a European vacation.

Lisa Bloom, a lawyer for three women accusing O'Reilly of misconduct, issued a "victory statement" praising the strength of women.

"This is what happens when women speak our truth: We can slay dragons," she wrote. "I am very proud to have stood with my brave clients who stood up for themselves and all the silenced women. … Fox News should have fired him in 2004 when the first complaint was made, but at least they did it now. They did it because we persisted."

UltraViolet, a women's rights group that planned and participated in an O'Reilly protest Tuesday at Fox News headquarters in New York, applauded O'Reilly's departure on Twitter.

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#1497979 --- 04/19/17 06:46 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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Huffington Post&#8207;Verified account @HuffingtonPost 37m37 minutes ago

Tucker Carlson once said Democrats "made up the concept of sexual harassment" http://huff.to/2pDHTlG

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