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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#781 Post by mockbee » Wed Jan 29, 2020 9:42 am

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Trump’s Digital Advantage Is Freaking Out Democratic Strategists
Left and right agree on one point. The president’s re-election campaign is way ahead online.


https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/29/opin ... e=Homepage

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#782 Post by mockbee » Wed Feb 05, 2020 7:31 am

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President Trump’s State of the Union Speech was marked by optimism and made-for-TV moments — but his tense relationship with Speaker Nancy Pelosi was also on display.

Trump is not stupid.......he knows exactly what he is doing.
Yes, he is a disgusting misogynist and bigot and crony capitalist, but he is no dummy.....

Democrats and supporters make huge strategic blunders every time they think so.
:noclue:

:drink: :drink: :drink:


https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/05/us/p ... e=Homepage
Mr. Trump, who lamented what he called “American carnage” when he was inaugurated in January 2017, described a different country today, declaring in his third State of the Union address that the nation’s future was once again “blazing bright.”

“In just three short years, we have shattered the mentality of American Decline and we have rejected the downsizing of America’s destiny,” Mr. Trump said in a speech that lasted 78 minutes. “We have totally rejected the downsizing. We are moving forward at a pace that was unimaginable just a short time ago, and we are never, ever going back!”

“The state of our union,” Mr. Trump declared, “is stronger than ever before.”

Welcomed by enthusiastic applause from Republican lawmakers, the president marched confidently into the same historic chamber where he was impeached 49 days earlier. Mr. Trump described the nation as enjoying what he called a “blue-collar boom,” fueled by trade agreements and his success in “restoring our nation’s manufacturing might.”

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Even as he delivered his remarks, it was Democrats who were in disarray, still unable to declare a final winner in the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses. State officials said they expected to release more results later Tuesday evening in a botched election process that Mr. Trump was quick to mock online.

“The Democrat Caucus is an unmitigated disaster,” the president crowed on Twitter earlier in the day. “Nothing works, just like they ran the Country. Remember the 5 Billion Dollar Obamacare website, that should have cost 2% of that. The only person that can claim a very big victory in Iowa last night is ‘Trump.’”

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#783 Post by mockbee » Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:49 am

Many truths by Trump........ :tiphat:

Reality is going to be biting Dems hard...........
Why they still dont get what is going on is beyond.....ya..ya..ya mockbee going off again......what's new....... :wink: :hehe:

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What a Trump Rally Looks Like From the Inside
The president was in New Hampshire too, and so were his admirers.


Feb. 10, 2020


MANCHESTER, N.H. — President Trump spoke for an hour to an enthusiastic crowd of more than 11,000 at the Southern Hampshire University Arena on Monday night under banners that read “Promises Made” and “Promises Kept.” Two nights earlier, this same venue hosted the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s 100 Club dinner.

“We have more in this arena than all the other candidates in the Democratic Party,” Mr. Trump said. “One candidate today had 104 people.”

:tiphat:

The crowd laughed.

“I see them campaigning down the street. It’s really boring stuff,” Mr. Trump added. “We are going to defeat the radical, socialist democrats. We are going to win New Hampshire in a landslide.”


Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr. and Vice President Mike Pence warmed up for the president.

“Tomorrow there is a group of self-proclaimed and closeted socialists running against Donald Trump,” Ms. Guilfoyle said, which prompted loud booing from the crowd.

“In my next life I want to come back as the son of a Democrat because you can do anything you want. If I did what Hunter did, I would be in jail right now,” Donald Trump Jr. said.

“Nancy Pelosi can rip up all of my father’s accomplishments,” he added, “but she can’t rip up your spirit. And under my father, America will never be a socialist country.”


Mr. Pence came from a “Cops for Trump” event at the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside. “Cops are for Trump because Trump is for cops,” Mr. Pence told the Manchester crowd.

For some attendees, this was their first Trump rally. Shane Stocker, a 45-year-old jet engine maker for G.E. Aviation from Lebanon, N.H., waited in line for an hour.


“I do think he’s one of the best presidents we’ve had in a while,” he said, citing tax cuts, loosening regulation and “lots more jobs.”

:tiphat:

Mr. Stocker voted for Trump in 2016. “After the job Obama was doing, we needed a different direction,” he said. “He was breaking the law left and right and nobody was paying attention to it.”

“With Trump you don’t have to worry about it,” Mr. Stocker added. “He’s the most vetted president in our country’s history. Since he announced he was running for president they’ve been doing nothing but investigating him.”
:tiphat:

The president “is not prim or proper,” he said. “I like that. He doesn’t sugar coat things for people. And if you don’t like it, too bad.”
:tiphat:

José Rojas, a 38-year-old truck driver from Nashua, N.H., arrived in a shirt that read: “My rights don’t end where your feelings begin.”

“Everybody here, they’re all on the same page,’’ Mr. Rojas said. “It’s good energy.”
A latino supports Trump! :yikes: :eyes:
Driving through farming country with majority/half hispanic populations you see Trump signs in front of a lot of the Taquerias.... :noclue: :bored:
Diane Aubin, 63, is a retired manager who worked at the Department of Developmental Services in Hawthorne, Mass., and now lives in Litchfield, N.H. This is the fourth rally she has attended since 2016 and her second at this arena.

I love his message. I love what he has done,” Ms. Aubin said. “He’s for the people. He’s for all of us. He doesn’t brainwash me. I get freedom of thought. I get to choose.”
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After she waited in line for four hours, someone brought a Dunkin’ Donuts Box O’ Joe to share. “These are good people,” she said
No!!! They're ALL racists and/or ignorant!!!!!! :confused: :eyes:
Pamela Tucker, 56, the vice chairman of New Hampshire Republican Party, came to the rally from Rye. She said that there were still 3,000 people outside who couldn’t get in the doors after 5:45 p.m.


“I love freedom and liberty and I’m trying to keep that in America,” Ms. Tucker said. “I’m really happy with how the economy is doing.

“I believe in the individual and he’s helping that,” she added. “The economy is booming and we see it. He is helping people.”

Mike Thibodeau, a 53-year-old retired machinist, carpenter, glass blower and warehouse worker from Hartford, Vt., was attending his first rally. “I voted Democrat almost all my life, until Trump,” he said. “Democrats have slowly slid farther and farther left. The left has gone so far left that they’ve lost their minds.’’


Mr. Thibodeau is not on board with all of Mr. Trump’s policies, but for him this is not crucial.

“You can’t get change if you keep electing the same people over and over,” he said. “That’s why I voted for him the first time, because he wasn’t a career politician. He’s never had any political power at any level and look at the job he’s doing.”

“He might be one of the two greatest presidents in my lifetime,” Mr. Thibodeau said, citing Ronald Reagan as the other.


A BIG DEAL for Dems!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :yikes: :yikes:
:idea:

The Democrat cites Ronald Reagan as one of the two greatest presidents in his lifetime, the other one being Trump.....

I'm not surprised.... :noclue:


SR, you have another $1k to put on that 48 state / 75% pop vote for Trump?
Of course, I don't have to put up anything because that would never happen....... :wink:

:thumb:

So Trump is going to get the Reagan Dems, the pissed Bernie fans, and the small business Hispanics......and oh, all the Republicans...
:lolol:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#784 Post by SR » Tue Feb 11, 2020 12:57 pm

Delirious a bit?

I am not sure what you're asking here. Are you saying you would like a 1,000.00 bet where you would take the same parameters as my friend? Trump has to take at least 48 states and win 75% of the popular vote for you to collect. Anything less on either and I do.

You've mentioned it a couple of times now, so I just want to be clear. :thumb:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#785 Post by mockbee » Tue Feb 11, 2020 2:34 pm

SR wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 12:57 pm
Delirious a bit?

I am not sure what you're asking here. Are you saying you would like a 1,000.00 bet where you would take the same parameters as my friend? Trump has to take at least 48 states and win 75% of the popular vote for you to collect. Anything less on either and I do.

You've mentioned it a couple of times now, so I just want to be clear. :thumb:
Ah, didn't think your buddy was paying out if he lost, just that you thought he was that crazy.

Nah, not interested in that. I think it will be close but I don't have $1,000 to spare.... :noclue:

Still think you will come out ahead......but it's going to be a nailbiter for ya.... :wink: :hehe:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#786 Post by SR » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:12 pm

Lol. Well he is a trump supporter so he may emulate the practice of not paying, procrastinate, blame, not pay, procrastinate, blame, threaten to sue, then not pay, blame, accuse, and offer a nickel on the dollar, then tell me to sue knowing it would cost far more than what I’m owed

Not worried even a little bit. :wiggle:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#787 Post by mockbee » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:25 pm

Sounds like a lot of abuse for no $1,000 that's owed.


:lolol:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#788 Post by SR » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:30 pm

This guy will pay. He’s a man of his word, and not cheap at all. It’s rare I spend time with a trumper. We’ve already stipulated that whoever wins will allocate 500 to the cause of their choice

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#789 Post by mockbee » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:43 pm

Ha.

That's pretty funny.

At least you won't have to give to the Trump Foundation. :balls: :lol:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#790 Post by SR » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:50 pm

Banned in NY

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#791 Post by mockbee » Tue Feb 11, 2020 6:23 pm

Oh, is that cause or charity? :noclue:

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Ivanka Super PAC 2024
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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#792 Post by SR » Tue Feb 11, 2020 7:12 pm

mockbee wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 6:23 pm
Oh, is that cause or charity? :noclue:

:arrow:
Ivanka Super PAC 2024
:hehe:
:wave:
It's charity, but I hate that word...implies it's not a duty.

don jr. was met with chants of "46" at his daddy's latest reality show. Maybe the kids can fight over it. don comes packin for big game

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#794 Post by chaos » Sat Mar 21, 2020 12:56 pm


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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#795 Post by chaos » Sat Mar 21, 2020 5:07 pm

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#796 Post by Eric B. » Mon Mar 23, 2020 2:19 pm

Jeezus, incredible this moron is your president. What an ass...

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#797 Post by SR » Wed Mar 25, 2020 5:09 am

And within a month his approval rating (Gallup) has bumped up 6 points to 49%...matching the highest of his presidency. Increase reflects gains with repubs, Indys, and dems.

We get what we deserve :thumb:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#798 Post by Mescal » Wed Mar 25, 2020 6:34 am

How is that even possible?

He's fucking it up atm, or am I wrong ? :noclue:

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Re: Donald Trump running for President.

#799 Post by Juana » Wed Mar 25, 2020 8:01 am

Mescal wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 6:34 am
How is that even possible?

He's fucking it up atm, or am I wrong ? :noclue:
You're not wrong but also never underestimate the stupidity that comes along with fear and panic

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