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#1503684 --- 08/20/17 02:18 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: gassy one]
kyle585 Offline
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Lawmakers slam Trump for laying 'blame on both sides' in Charlottesville rally!

They don't like hearing the truth!
The truth as told by Trump? Who believes him? No one. Not even member of his own party. The business community is running away fast from this president who claimed he was a business man. Turns out he told more lies than any normal business man.

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#1503738 --- 08/20/17 06:38 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Lawmakers slam Trump for laying 'blame on both sides' in Charlottesville rally!

They don't like hearing the truth!
The truth as told by Trump? Who believes him? No one. Not even member of his own party. The business community is running away fast from this president who claimed he was a business man. Turns out he told more lies than any normal business man.
The business men are threatened for fear of financial losses because the lefties don't like to hear the truth!

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#1503744 --- 08/20/17 07:52 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Lawmakers slam Trump for laying 'blame on both sides' in Charlottesville rally!

They don't like hearing the truth!
The truth as told by Trump? Who believes him? No one. Not even member of his own party. The business community is running away fast from this president who claimed he was a business man. Turns out he told more lies than any normal business man.
The business men are threatened for fear of financial losses because the lefties don't like to hear the truth!
Huh? That makes no sense.

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#1503770 --- 08/20/17 10:05 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Originally Posted By: kyle585
Originally Posted By: gassy one
Lawmakers slam Trump for laying 'blame on both sides' in Charlottesville rally!

They don't like hearing the truth!
The truth as told by Trump? Who believes him? No one. Not even member of his own party. The business community is running away fast from this president who claimed he was a business man. Turns out he told more lies than any normal business man.
The business men are threatened for fear of financial losses because the lefties don't like to hear the truth!
Huh? That makes no sense.
I think you are drinking ripple again!

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#1503779 --- 08/21/17 01:20 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: gassy one]
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White House officials and members of the Republican Party’s leadership were notably absent from Sunday news shows just one week after the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Last week began with President Donald Trump failing to clearly denounce white supremacists and neo-Nazis and ended with the firing of chief White House strategist Steve Bannon. In between, Trump blamed “both sides” for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, outraging both Republicans and Democrats for morally equating white supremacists and neo-Nazis with the demonstrators who showed up to protest their racism and anti-Semitism.

Critics also trashed Trump for further dividing the nation, and the nation’s top business leaders distanced themselves and fled from presidential councils.

“To give you a sense of how reluctant Republicans are to talk about President Trump this week, not one member of the current Republican leadership in Congress agreed to come on the broadcast this morning,” Chuck Todd, host of “Meet the Press,” told viewers. “In fact, even the White House was unable, or perhaps unwilling, to provide a guest, right down to the White House press secretary.”

Fox News host Leland Vittert told viewers that “nobody” from the White House would come on the air to discuss Bannon’s outing.

“We, along with a number of other networks, have all tried to get somebody from the administration to come on today and to talk about this big staff shakeup. Nobody will,” he said.

Instead, the White House has referred news shows to Trump supporters working outside of the administration.

ABC News’ Martha Raddatz, who hosted “This Week,” told viewers that when the program asked the White House for an official who could appear on the show, they pointed bookers to evangelical leader and Liberty University president, Jerry Fallwel Jr.

On “Fox & Friends,” Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski discussed Bannon’s exit, while on “Fox News Sunday,” former Trump deputy campaign manager David Bossie discussed the latest White House staffing change.

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#1503801 --- 08/21/17 10:05 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Why bother its the same partisan crap over & over!

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#1503812 --- 08/21/17 11:29 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: gassy one]
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And you have the nerve to complain about Obama's travel costs.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/201...ces-budget.html

The Trumps’ Travels Have Broken the Secret Service Budget

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#1503813 --- 08/21/17 11:30 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Another Trump lie.

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One week after launching his presidential campaign, in 2015, Donald Trump pledged to become a shut-in at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

“I would rarely leave the White House because there’s so much work to be done,” the mogul said. “I would not be a president who took vacations. I would not be a president that takes time off. You don’t have time to take time off.”

During his first seven months in office, Trump has taken seven trips to his resort in Mar-a-Lago, Florida; five to his golf club in Bedminister, New Jersey; and one to Trump Tower in Manhattan.

Each of those Florida trips is estimated to have cost more than $3 million. The president’s near-weekly retreats to the Sunshine State last winter put him on pace to spend more on travel in his first year than Barack Obama had spent during two full terms.

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#1503986 --- 08/23/17 10:20 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Time will tell! I seem to remember Obama going to Hawaii every year for a week!

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#1503996 --- 08/24/17 04:09 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Time will tell! I seem to remember Obama going to Hawaii every year for a week!
Time will tell what? Obama went once a year to the place where he was born. Trumps weekly trips have already cost more than that. Did you not understand the above post?

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Each of those Florida trips is estimated to have cost more than $3 million. The president’s near-weekly retreats to the Sunshine State last winter put him on pace to spend more on travel in his first year than Barack Obama had spent during two full terms.

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#1504087 --- 08/25/17 11:46 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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I heard former Senator Danforth on TV this morning.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/poli...tory/600288001/

Former Missouri GOP senator John Danforth called President Trump "the most divisive president in our history" and warned Republicans not to let him tarnish the GOP's image.

"Trump is always eager to tell people that they don’t belong here, whether it’s Mexicans, Muslims, transgender people or another group. His message is, “You are not one of us',” Danforth wrote in a Washington Post op-ed posted online Thursday evening. "And when he has the opportunity to unite Americans, to inspire us, to call out the most hateful among us, the KKK and the neo-Nazis, he refuses."

Danforth's op-ed is a harshly worded rebuke from a GOP elder statesman, coming at a time when Trump is already under fire for his response to the racially charged violence in Charlottesville, where white supremacists rallied earlier this month.

Danforth, an ordained Episcopal priest and three-term senator, called on Republicans to "disassociate ourselves from Trump" and tell voters that "he does not represent what it means to be a Republican." He suggested Republicans were at risk of losing their historical connection to Abraham Lincoln and the crusade to end slavery during the Civil War.

"We are the party of the Union, and (Trump) is the most divisive president in our history," Danforth wrote. "There hasn’t been a more divisive person in national politics since George Wallace."

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#1504165 --- 08/27/17 09:32 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Trump tells it like it is and people can't handle it! Everything has to be sugar coated for this generation!

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#1504252 --- 08/29/17 09:28 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: gassy one]
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During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals. But with his directive Friday banning transgender people from serving openly in the military, the president rolled back progress that was already underway during President Barack Obama’s administration. A group of civil rights organizations announced Monday that it was suing Trump’s administration over the new policy.

Eric Fanning served as Army secretary at the end of Obama’s term, and was part of the effort to transition the military to full equality for transgender individuals. Fanning was also the first openly gay person to serve in the position. He is now on the board at the Center for a New American Security.

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#1504253 --- 08/29/17 09:30 AM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: gassy one]
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Originally Posted By: gassy one
Trump tells it like it is and people can't handle it! Everything has to be sugar coated for this generation!
There is a big difference between being sugar coated and being vulgar and obscene.

Trump Was Recorded in 2005 Bragging About Grabbing Women “by the P*ssy”

By Ben Mathis-Lilley

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#1504257 --- 08/29/17 12:12 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Well Kyle you seem to be using sources that you have highly criticized in the past. But now that these left-wing biased sources fit your purpose they are OK. Gotta love it.


Originally Posted By: kyle585
He needs to check with our very own Gassy!

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#1504258 --- 08/29/17 12:22 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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#1504260 --- 08/29/17 02:23 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
Well Kyle you seem to be using sources that you have highly criticized in the past. But now that these left-wing biased sources fit your purpose they are OK. Gotta love it.

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Gassy refuses to say where he gets his info. I suspect Fox News is one source. I am trying to point out to him that even Fox News isn't supporting Trump as solidly as they used to.

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Originally Posted By: kyle585
He needs to check with our very own Gassy!

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HuffPost&#8207;Verified account @HuffPost 11h11 hours ago

Fox's Shep Smith can't find a Republican willing to defend Trump http://huffp.st/OZS3W1z

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#1504271 --- 08/29/17 04:49 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: kyle585]
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Kyle if you get away from the Democratically controlled media you would notice the tide is turning in Trump's favor. Take your blinders off.
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#1504277 --- 08/29/17 06:38 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
Kyle if you get away from the Democratically controlled media you would notice the tide is turning in Trump's favor. Take your blinders off.
LOL. Give me an example of a media that thinks he is doing well. Or any group for that matter.

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#1504278 --- 08/29/17 06:43 PM Re: Trump "Fritzing Out" [Re: scwoodchuck]
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Originally Posted By: scwoodchuck
Kyle if you get away from the Democratically controlled media you would notice the tide is turning in Trump's favor. Take your blinders off.
Is Newsweek Democratically controlled media? How about Quinnipiac University?

http://www.newsweek.com/trumps-support-among-white-voters-plummeted-approval-rating-sunk-646668

8/5/17

The voters who launched President Donald Trump into the White House appear to be growing tired with his administration just six months through his tenure.

A new poll this week from Quinnipiac University found that not only had Trump's approval rating sunk to a new low, but support among key demographics Trump won during the 2016 election—most notably white voters without a college degree—had also dropped off.

Just 33 percent of voters approved of Trump's job performance overall, a sharp decline from 40 percent approval in the Quinnipiac poll at the end of June. Sixty-one percent of voters disapproved of Trump in the latest survey.

Nearly every survey this week was not kind to Trump. For instance, Rasmussen Reports—a firm that has been criticized as right-leaning and has long found better results for the former reality TV star compared to other pollsters found the president's approval rating at one point dipped to an all-time low of just 38 percent. By the end of the week, the weighted average from data-focused website FiveThirtyEight had Trump's approval rating at just 37 percent, an all-time low.

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