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#1498108 --- 04/25/17 07:36 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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LOL. Ya Mexico is going to the wall that is never going to get built.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/04/25/news/economy/mexico-us-wto-tuna/index.html

The US just lost a trade battle with Mexico. It's the first loss of the Trump era.

Mexico and the US have fought for years over tuna. The US insists that any Mexican tuna sold in the US must be "dolphin safe," meaning dolphins weren't killed by tuna fisherman, which was once common. Mexico says its fisherman play by the rules. The US government disagrees.

On Tuesday, the World Trade Organization ruled in Mexico's favor, allowing it to impose trade sanctions worth $163 million a year against the US. The WTO says that's how much money Mexico has lost from the US unfairly penalizing Mexican tuna.

The timing, however coincidental, is sensitive. President Trump wants to renegotiate NAFTA, the free trade agreement between the US, Mexico and Canada.

Trump's administration took its first steps to crack down on trade with Canada on Monday night when the Commerce Department announced a 20% tariff against Canadian softwood lumber. A war of words between Canadian and American leaders has followed.

Trump's decision to go after Canada first with tariffs was particularly surprising given his harsh criticism of Mexico on the campaign trail. Now Trump has upset Canada and suffered a trade defeat from Mexico.

Mexican officials insisted for years that US laws discriminated against their tuna, and that other countries didn't face the same level of enforcement. They argued that they have upheld international standards on commercial fishing and environmental preservation.

Tuesday's ruling by the WTO ends a case that was first filed by Mexico in 2008.

Mexico's economic ministry said it would immediately take actions to reclaim the $163 million the WTO said it had lost from the US restrictions. It didn't say whether its retaliatory actions would be tariffs on US tuna or another product.
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#1498111 --- 04/25/17 09:06 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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Brilliant Cartoon Sums Up Trump’s Foreign Policy Revolution

April 25, 2017 By TFPP Writer





http://thefederalistpapers.org/us/brilliant-cartoon-sums-up-trumps-foreign-policy-revolution

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#1498115 --- 04/26/17 09:33 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: ThomasDecker]
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trum...kushpmg00000009

WASHINGTON &#8213; For decades, the United States has worked with other countries to eliminate nepotism. There’s a good reason for that: Nepotism breeds corruption.

“You’ve seen it in countries all over the world where they’ve appointed family members, whether it’s their son, daughter, in-laws — it provides for tremendous opportunities for corruption,” said Shruti Shah, an international anti-corruption expert at Coalition for Integrity, a good-government nonprofit. “People who want to curry favor find their way to provide favors to family members as a way to get closer to the person in power.”

But President Donald Trump, who has entrusted more power to his family members than any recent president, puts that agenda at risk. “I like nepotism,” Trump told Larry King in 2006, the year he replaced his “Apprentice” costar, Trump company executive Carolyn Kepcher, with his daughter Ivanka Trump.

Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, hold broad portfolios at the White House that include everything from diplomacy with China, the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, women’s issues, cybersecurity and reinventing government.

They determine who else has power in the Trump administration. Trump sidelined Steve Bannon, a close adviser, after he butted up against his daughter and adviser-in-law, and he elevated former Goldman Sachs employees Gary Cohn and Dina Powell based in part on their friendly relationships with Ivanka and her husband. And the couple act as presidential emissaries, with Kushner traveling to Iraq at the suggestion of the Pentagon and Ivanka heading to Germany.
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#1498118 --- 04/26/17 12:01 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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Mark Davis
The Best “First 100” Of My Lifetime

I had to spend some reflective moments before saying this out loud-- the notion that these first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency are the best opening 14 weeks of any presidency since I’ve been alive.

I’m not eighty, but I’m not thirty, either. I was born in the year of Dwight Eisenhower’s second inauguration, 1957. So, presuming my choices will be culled from Republican presidents, my choices are Nixon, Reagan, both Bushes and Trump. The ascendancy of Gerald Ford, splashed across our history in the messy wake of Watergate, did not exactly unfold with the kind of initiatory agenda that freshly elected Presidents get.

So, since I carry the proper conservative veneration of the Reagan years, the only real hurdle is: have Trump’s first 100 days been even better than Reagan’s?

Let’s stipulate that if, once Donald Trump’s presidential service is over, he deserves to be mentioned in the same sentence as Reagan, we will have been blessed indeed. That’s not today’s question. Awash in “100 Days” mania, the exercise of the moment is a detailed look at only that period of presidential history. So the apples-and-apples comparison is January 20 through the end of April, 1981 versus now.

Reagan steps up to the plate with a leadoff grand slam-- the release of our hostages from Iran on Inauguration Day, as Iranian mullahs sensed that the days of a weak American presidency were over.

The end of the malaise-ridden Jimmy Carter era ushered in other improvements immediately. The mere aura of a President who intended to rebuild our military and show strength to the world was invigorating, even before specific agenda items were unpacked.


Once they were, from tax cuts to regulatory reform, it became clear that Reagan’s intent was to begin the task of dismantling the ruinous depression-era New Deal instincts FDR had hatched in order to usher in a new era of expansionist, collectivist government.

I was in my early twenties, and it felt great. Optimism abounded as Reagan set up shop for a whole new system of how the individual would interact with the state.

Then, on his 69th day, he was shot. But the vigorous new President, even at age 70, recovered in time to address a joint session of Congress before his first 100 days elapsed. How in the world could anyone top that?

For drama, it seems impossible. But the best 100 days comparisons involve policies rather than unexpected traumas, no matter how compelling. So, with proper homage to every magnificent day of the Reagan presidency, here is why Trump’s first 100 days are my lifetime favorite:

While historians and policy wonks properly examine everything he has said and not said, and done and not done, I begin with a glorious truth that is draped around every day of the new Trump presidency: Hillary Clinton is not President.

So this counts? Trump starts to amass 100 Days points just by not being Hillary? He absolutely does. Look at the bullets we dodge with each passing hour because he attracted a coalition that prevented her victory—additional years of a sluggish economy, unreliable global leadership, the guarantee of more years of disastrous spending, a parade of activist tyrants in judicial robes— whatever kind of President Trump will be, it is instantly light-years better than the fate we could be enduring had November 8 gone differently.


But the sharpest focus of his 100 days arrives with the list of things he has changed simply by occupying the office. At no point was he the most conservative candidate on any 2016 debate stage, yet the metaphoric stage is now set for conservative results that were just recently the stuff of dreams.

Borders mean something again, and America is actually going to pay attention to who enters the nation, and keep track of them once they are here.

Job creation is again a major focus of economic policy, promising growth that finally provides some progress out of our abyss of debt. Tax reform gives businesses and individuals hope that they will no longer be punished for success.

Terrorists and tyrants the world over have already been served notice that the years of “leading from behind” are over. Our allies know they can rely on us, and our enemies know they should not underestimate us.

Our military can swell with pride under a Commander-in-Chief that has their backs, supporting them in sincere spirit and with the nuts-and-bolts promise of refurbished aircraft and expanded naval fleets.

Americans sick of seeing their faith mocked and sidelined will enjoy a President who will blast through the political correctness that is the foremost enemy of Judeo-Christian belief.


The regulatory state, which strangles job creation, hamstrings banks and shackles individual initiative, is on its way to a long-deserved dismantling.

Our energy policy once again embraces American energy sources, from cleaner coal to new oil technologies to natural gas. Renewables and alternative options will be welcome, but gone are the days when they are force-fed to us by activist politicians hostile to human productivity.

Sanity has returned to the climate debate. The junk science of presumed man-made global warming will wither under the harsh light of proper scrutiny, but there is good news for all: we will be good stewards of the planet because it is the right thing to do, not because Al Gore thinks the oceans will soon swallow Miami.

Has there been a legislative stubbed toe on one of the main Trump agenda items? There has, and the next flight of Obamacare repeal needs to go better than the launch pad explosion we went through last month. But does anyone doubt that the result will be infinitely superior to the dark prospects we would have faced under Hillary Clinton?


And to return to Mrs. Clinton for just one more thing-- If there is one item that nudges the Trump 100 days to the top of my lifetime list, it is the outright rescue of our Republic by a Supreme Court justice who could spend the next three or four decades weighing cases not on personal or political whim, but on constitutional precepts.

Every other item I’ve mentioned is a work in progress. The Trump agenda that unfolds in the coming years will contain twists, turns, and some measures of successes and failures. But Neil Gorsuch is there now, standing guard every day against the tyrannical nonsense of the type that tells a sitting President he cannot enact a travel ban or withhold funding from sanctuary cities.

Imagine one, two, or three justices on the Supreme Court, twisting the rule of law into a pretzel of political mischief. This is the barrel we would be staring down if Hillary Clinton had won.

So accordingly, yes, part of my constant joy in these 100 days of Trump is the frequent revisitation of how blessed we are that he has rescued us from her clutches.

Make no mistake. The Reagan years are my gold standard for the presidency. My loftiest dreams hesitate to dare to imagine holding Trump in the same regard come January 2025.

But who knows?

Here’s what we do know. For all the relief and vigor we felt in Reagan’s first 100 days, it was a fortunate rebound from the ineptitude of Jimmy Carter. Trump’s victory is an opportunity to dig out of a far deeper and darker hole. In 2016, with our image around the world eroded, our economy depressed, our debt exploding and our constitution bludgeoned, America had an opportunity to invite further doses of the same poisons, or save ourselves.

Thank God in heaven, we did it. And on every one of these first 100 days of Trump-- complete with the occasional misstep, the occasional exaggeration, the occasional brushfire-- there is cause for celebration, and a sound basis for claiming this administration’s rollout as my favorite, ever.

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#1498126 --- 04/26/17 03:51 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Reform Plan Introduced, Here's What You Need to Know

Katie Pavlich

President Trump's tax reform package was officially introduced Wednesday by Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and National Economic Council Gary Cohn. The proposal is headed to Capitol Hill for consideration and the administration plans to meet with a number of stakeholders at the White House for listening sessions on the proposal.

"The President is determined to unleash economic growth for businesses. This is not just about big corporations," Mnuchin said from the briefing room.

Here is what we know.

Objectives:

-Economic growth, getting to three percent GDP within the year after implementation

-Job creation

Personal/Individual tax reform:

-Repeals the Alternative Minimum Tax for individuals smile

-Eliminates the death tax smile

-Eliminates all tax deductions, excluding the mortgages and charitable deductions smile frown get rid of those too, not governments business.

-Zero tax rate for the first $24,000 a couple earns smile

-Three tax brackets (previously seven): 10, 25 and 35 percent

-Marriage penalty elimination smile

Business tax reform:

-Small, medium and large businesses qualify for the business rate smile

-Lowers business rate from 35 percent to 15 percent smile

-One-time tax on corporate earnings held overseas frown

-One time tax on overseas profits frown

-3.8 percent Obamacare tax on business investment income repealed smile

This is a developing story, stay tuned for more information.

This post has been updated with additional information.

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#1498129 --- 04/26/17 06:56 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trum...kushpmg00000009

Trump’s Tax Proposal Would Be Ridiculously Good For Rich People

WASHINGTON &#8213; President Donald Trump’s top economic advisers on Wednesday proposed trillions of dollars in tax cuts for millionaires under a plan billed as the biggest tax reform in over 30 years.

In a one-page statement of “principles” for tax reform provided to reporters, the administration offered few specifics. They did insist on three major perks for the wealthy, however &#8213; reducing the tax rate on stocks, bonds and real estate investments; eliminating inheritance taxes for millionaire heirs and heiresses; and bringing down the tax rate on the largest corporations to less than half of what it is now.
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#1498130 --- 04/26/17 07:20 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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http://www.cbsnews.com/news/more-america...ease-them-poll/

More Americans think Donald Trump will increase their taxes rather than decrease them – though Democrats are most likely to say this.

Fifty-three percent of Americans want Donald Trump and Congress to move on to other issues rather than try to pass another health care bill.

While just 12 percent of Americans think the Affordable Care Act is working perfectly, most - 61 percent - say it needs changes rather than complete repeal. Only 24 percent of Americans think Obamacare needs to be completely replaced.

Americans are skeptical of President Trump so far on wholesale reform of the federal tax code. Though Mr. Trump offered large tax cuts for both businesses and the middle class as a candidate, more Americans (38 percent) think Donald Trump will increase their taxes rather than decrease them (25 percent), particularly those earning under $100,000 a year. Thirty-three percent do not think their taxes will change much either way.
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#1498137 --- 04/27/17 06:11 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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Trump's Biggest Achievement in His 1st 100 Days? Stopping the Left
Larry Elder



President Donald Trump's biggest achievement in his first 100 days? Easy. He stopped the left.
Measure Trump's first 100 days not just by looking at what he has or has not accomplished. Look at what America would have experienced under the alternative: Hillary Clinton.

Under Clinton, the debate would not be on how to replace Obamacare, but how quickly can the left realize its ultimate ambition, a Canadian-style, single-payer system. Under Clinton, the issue would not be how steep the tax cuts, but how many "rich" people, also known as job creators, would experience yet another growth-restricting tax hike.

Under Clinton, the $100 billion-plus annually in new regulations imposed by President Barack Obama -- much of it to fight "climate change" -- would continue to rise. This has stopped. President Trump signed an executive order that requires an elimination of two regulations for every new regulation proposed by an executive department or agency in 2017, with a zero-dollar net increase in the cost of regulations.

Under Clinton, newly confirmed conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch would've been another Ruth Bader Ginsburg/Sonia Sotomayor/Elena Kagan clone. Four left-wing SCOTUS justices, in the Heller case, ruled that there is not an individual right to keep and bear arms. Spare us a fifth one.

Trump, too, has put the left-wing media on notice. No more Mr. Nice Guy. Through WikiLeaks, we found that John Harwood, a debate moderator, emailed a letter to Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta, bragging about a question he had put to Donald Trump. He also emailed advice on dealing with the challenge posed by Dr. Ben Carson. Staffers for newsmen Jake Tapper and Wolf Blitzer of CNN contacted the Democratic National Committee to seek questions they might put to Republican presidential candidates. There were many other examples of flat-out collusion, well beyond the liberal bias we've come to expect.



President Trump also changed eight years of Obama's "leading from behind" foreign policy by using our largest non-nuclear bomb on ISIS in Afghanistan and bombing Syria for its use of chemical weapons. Under Obama, we pulled out all the troops from Iraq, despite the objections of his foreign policy and national security and defense teams. One of the members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, now-retired Army Gen. Ray Odierno, said: "I go back to the work we did in 2007 (through) 2010, and we got into a place that was really good. Violence was low, the economy was growing, politics looked like it was heading in the right direction. ... We thought we had it going exactly in the right direction, but now we watch it fall apart. It's frustrating. ... I think, maybe, if we had stayed a little more engaged, I think maybe it might have prevented it."

Under Obama, we bombed Libya, a mission that the Obama administration admitted was done for humanitarian reasons. Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi had paid reparations for the terrorist explosion of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. And following the American-led invasion of Iraq, Gadhafi had surrendered his weapons of mass destruction to the U.S. Yet under President Obama, America joined the French and British in bombing Libya to rid the country of Gadhafi. Incredibly, after criticizing President George W. Bush for not thinking through the invasion of Iraq, when Obama was asked what he thought was the "biggest mistake" of his presidency, Obama said, "Probably failing to plan for the day after what I think was the right thing to do in intervening in Libya."


For the most part, President Trump has delivered on his promises, or has attempted to deliver on them.

Take immigration. While the wall construction has not begun, nor has Trump been able to figure out a way to get Mexico to pay for it, a psychological wall has already gone up. Border-crossing apprehensions were down more than 60 percent from January to March, after Trump made it clear the welcome mat for illegal entry has been rolled up.

As for the so-called "failure" to repeal and replace Obamacare, businesspeople nevertheless have confidence that whatever emerges will be less expensive, less onerous and less intrusive than what they would have faced under a President Hillary Clinton.

Ultimately, Trump will likely be judged on one thing -- the economy. If he manages a 4 percent GDP growth, as promised during the campaign, few will care about his nocturnal tweets.

After 100 days of Trump, the earth did not open up and swallow America. His critics can crawl out from under the bed. The stock market has hit record highs; small-business and consumer confidence polls show optimism in levels not seen anywhere from 10 to nearly 40 years, depending upon the poll. Something is happening.


When Ronald Reagan died, George Will wrote: "Today Americans gratefully recall that at a turbulent moment in their national epic, Reagan became the great reassurer, the steadying captain of our clipper ship. He calmed the passengers -- and the sea."

It's not too soon to wonder whether someday something similar might be said of President Trump.


Edited by cwjga (04/27/17 06:11 AM)

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#1498149 --- 04/27/17 12:18 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Trumps tax plan eliminates the alternative minimum tax(AMT). We have only seen two pages of his 2005 income tax. But eliminating the AMT would of saved him 30 million dollars that year alone! Is there any wonder he doesn't want to release other years? Plus who knows what they will show about his Russian connections.
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#1498150 --- 04/27/17 12:21 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
When Ronald Reagan died, George Will wrote: "Today Americans gratefully recall that at a turbulent moment in their national epic, Reagan became the great reassurer, the steadying captain of our clipper ship. He calmed the passengers -- and the sea."

It's not too soon to wonder whether someday something similar might be said of President Trump.
It is not too soon to say. Trump is just the opposite. Can't you see that for gods sake?
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#1498151 --- 04/27/17 12:24 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
Ultimately, Trump will likely be judged on one thing -- the economy. If he manages a 4 percent GDP growth, as promised during the campaign, few will care about his nocturnal tweets.
That was a promise? Glad you worded it that way. All economists agree 4 percent is out of the question and that 3 percent is unlikely.
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#1498153 --- 04/27/17 02:41 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Trumps tax plan eliminates the alternative minimum tax(AMT). We have only seen two pages of his 2005 income tax. But eliminating the AMT would of saved him 30 million dollars that year alone! Is there any wonder he doesn't want to release other years? Plus who knows what they will show about his Russian connections.
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/treasury-...ory?id=47051355

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin can't guarantee middle class wouldn't pay more under tax plan

Experts interviewed by ABC News Wednesday largely agreed that the proposed tax cuts would significantly reduce federal revenue and balloon the federal deficit. One analysis, by the bi-partisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, estimates that Trump’s tax plan would cost anywhere between $3 trillion and $7 trillion in lost revenue over the next decade.
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#1498154 --- 04/27/17 04:20 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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#1498159 --- 04/27/17 06:33 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Another silly cartoon. Many times since WWII it has been proven that tax cuts stimulate some economic growth but not enough to offset the increase to the debt. If you give money to poor people they will spend 100% of it and spur the economy. If you give it to rich people they squirrel it away and accomplish nothing.
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#1498168 --- 04/28/17 02:50 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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George Takei&#8207;Verified account @GeorgeTakei 5h5 hours ago

Trump embodies pretty much every repulsive characteristic I can't stomach, all in one person. It's nearly comical, but I'm not laughing.
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#1498179 --- 04/28/17 09:45 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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#1498188 --- 04/28/17 07:49 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Your cartoons would be great on Saturday morning TV for little kids.
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#1498191 --- 04/28/17 09:43 PM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Your cartoons would be great on Saturday morning TV for little kids.



And the little lefties would be plucked in front of the TV watching cartoons, drinking Hot chocolate.

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#1498192 --- 04/29/17 06:58 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: kyle585]
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#1498194 --- 04/29/17 08:44 AM Re: The Trump effect continues! MORE WINNING! [Re: cwjga]
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Originally Posted By: cwjga
It appears Trump no longer cares about increasing the deficit despite all his campaigning against it. The job of president is a heck of a place for him to be doing so much on the job training of himself.
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