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  • #31
    Originally posted by charliesheen View Post

    I wish Trump would take neither credit nor blame for things he can't or shouldn't control. The work he's doing on trade issues should speak for itself. Companies hire, they fire, they win, they lose.

    Just keep playing this over to yourself https://peal.io/p/i-will-be-the-greatest-jobs-president

    and the rest https://peal.io/soundboards/donald-trump

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    • #32
      No thanks. I'm enjoying his presidential rhetoric encouraging Americans to put American interests first, instead of reaping benefits and international prestige by selling them out, as before. It's probably not a coinky-dink that Trump is draggin' is feet when it comes to filling them open career diplomat posts.

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      • #33
        I'm just gonna go out on a limb here and suggest his work to secure Chinese trademarks for himself and his family have taken a higher priority - and in fact have been more successful- than his efforts to promote American businesses.

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        • #34
          Was the Carl Vinson part of the Philadelphia Experiment?


          The New York Times reports that the U.S.S. Carl Vinson was sailing toward the Indian Ocean at the time the U.S. announced that it was heading to the Sea of Japan, despite the fact that Sean Spicer said on April 11 that the carrier would serve as a huge deterrence to North Korea.

          White House officials said on Tuesday they were relying on guidance from the Defense Department, writes the Times. Officials there described a glitch-ridden sequence of events, from a premature announcement of the deployment by the militarys Pacific Command to an erroneous explanation by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis all of which perpetuated the false narrative that an American armada was racing toward the waters off North Korea.

          https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/18/w...rl-vinson.html


          Fucking VB shit code wont even allow quotations or apostrophes .

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          • #35
            Originally posted by charliesheen View Post
            No thanks. I'm enjoying his presidential rhetoric encouraging Americans to put American interests first, instead of reaping benefits and international prestige by selling them out, as before. It's probably not a coinky-dink that Trump is draggin' is feet when it comes to filling them open career diplomat posts.
            When you say diplomat posts, do you mean US attorneys?

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            • #36
              Thats a fact. It Happened, it is happening rather.

              Just another head scratcher. I guess someone needs to explain that saying something is a fact and then immediately contradicting your logic makes you look like a complete incompetent buffoon at best but a liar at worst? Obviously with all the other lies its just more of the same old routine it just seems strange they cant even keep a lie straight within the time it takes to complete the sentence that the lie is in in the first place. I think this was a new world record. LMAO
              Falsehoods don't become facts if you have to change the tense and wait for them to eventually come true.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by DandyDon View Post
                The New York Times reports that the U.S.S. Carl Vinson was sailing toward the Indian Ocean at the time the U.S. announced that it was heading to the Sea of Japan, despite the fact that Sean Spicer said on April 11 that the carrier would serve as a huge deterrence to North Korea.
                Trump's new carrier is on its way...


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                • #38
                  Is the "reset" button in the club house?

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