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'He looks like hell': Donald Trump unloads on Glenn Beck after being accused of voting for Obama

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    grpaul Well-Known Member

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    #802
    There is some indication that a lot of independents are seeing what the Left really is these days. Can you imagine the "horror" of the lamestream media if Bush had gone around the world to badmouth the Iran deal when Obama was negotiating it?
     
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    #803
    The Iran deal started with President Bush. Obama just finished it up. That is why he didn't speak against it. Trumps action were not only stupid, but borderline treacherous. The only people who would benefit from a war against Iran would be the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia and The Zionist movement. Israel already f***ed us up with Iraq and now it wants the same to happen with Iran. Have the US do all the work for them while their men and women stay in safety.
     
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    No, Bush did not speak against the Kenyan sending billions of dollars, in cash, to the Iranian terrorist regime because he took the position of all previous presidents who refrained from criticizing their successors. It was the "classy" thing to do. Of course, the Kenyan, Liveshot Kerry, and their co-conspirators threw that tradition out the window on Day 1 of Trump's presidency because they have no "class" and are desperate to get their power back.
     
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    It goes the other way around as well. Sitting presidents never criticized their predecessors either (at least not after they won). However, Trump constantly attacks Obama like a child who just got a new toy. Even when the past presidents do speak about the current state of affairs they don't usually direct comments towards Trump by using his name to identify him while speaking. It is more inference by a nod & a wink that they are talking about Trump. It's called respect and Trump doesn't know the definition of respect. Then again your point is invalid, since Roosevelt critized Taft, Eisenhower JFK, etc.. (much more examples). It is normal for a previous presidents to critique successors because of the change of power, but never the other way around.
     
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    Actually, the way in which Obama has spoken about Trump (while in and out of office) gives Trump plenty of reasons to continue to attack him.

    But, shut up Trump! The Liberals have a special set of rules.
     
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    Pretty amazing how the same people complaining about Russian interference in our elections. . . Have absolutely ZERO problem with the Obama administration doing it. . .
     
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    #808
    Just wait as more and more of the Kenyan's and the Clinton Crime Family's corruption and malfeasance continue to get exposed. This is only the tip of the iceberg that The Swamp is desperately trying to cover up for them. It is a pity that we are stuck with Jeff Sessions right now as AG because he is clearly more Swamp animal than outsider.
     
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    And think about this: the evidence now is beginning to come out that the Kenyan and his thugs placed a spy within the Trump campaign (in coordination with the Clinton Crime Family, of course.) So, it was not enough to politically weaponize the IRS, the FBI, and the DOJ; they felt that they could take their political corruption beyond what Nixon did in Watergate because Billary would win and cover it all up for them. All Nixon's plumbers did was break into a campaign office to get some information. The Kenyan placed a spy within a presidential candidate's campaign team!

    Of course, for those of us who understand the Left's diabolical craving for absolute power over all others in order to assuage their need to control a country's people and its resources, this is no surprise whatsoever. This is what drives them and what they do to achieve their sick goals.
     
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    #810
    This administration and their foreign screw-ups will never cease:

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    https://mobile.twitter.com/GalloVOA/status/998552362993242112/photo/1

    There is no way this would work out. Either the current administration would have to tone down on its 12 point requirement or a new war is afoot. We haven't even finished the screw up we made in Iraq, yeah, let's go and screw up more countries in the Middle East. What could possible go wrong.
     
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    I am guessing the noble peace prize is out of the question. Wondering if Trump administration would do anything if NK does missile tests in SK/JP airspace. I wouldn't say I didn't expect this, I mean he did cancel an agreement with Iran. Why would NK trust the US anymore, what stops the next president form cancelling NK deal if it was to ever happen. Trump started a very bad precedent.

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    It was the Kenyan who started the bad precedent (purposely, I believe) to go after Gadaffi after he had done what we demanded from him. The Kenyan showed other dictatorships that disarming as Gaddafi did was a mistake. He wanted to do this, I believe, to further erode the U.S. credibility.

    By the way, Trump is educating you and others on the Left as to how real negotiations work. You have to be willing to walk away from the table at any time to be able to achieve what you want.
     
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    He did the right thing. Our country should never support dictators. That is called hypocrisy when we claim to be democratic yet support countries which oppress their people. That is also a different story, there was no actual agreement signed up the representatives of the world which he blatantly ignored.

    Was Trump also educating us when he defaulted on $250 million loan on failing Trump Airline. Maybe it was his bankruptcies in billons of dollars in his casinos. Maybe it was the failed Trump Magazines, failed Trump Mortgage, or one of the many other failures in business Trump had. Yep, he really is the one to teach us!
     
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    You and I should have "failed" as badly as Trump has. I would love to fail my way to Billions of dollars, my own jet, etc. Anyone who does not understand that business is always a combination of failure and success (you just hope to have more success than failure) is naively repeating the lamestream press fake news narrative. Kind of pathetic, actually, to try to pretend that Trump is a business failure.
     
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    It's the same when people tried to bash Romney and the entire private equity business. People are clueless.

    Obama, who had done nothing in his life, deserved to be there. But, never Trump, and, never any other Republican for that matter.

    And, now we'll watch Obama make hundreds of millions off of people like the one posting and think it's perfectly ok.

    Such a joke.
     
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    If you were one of the small people he stepped on/ripped off during his journey you would have a different opinion. Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Yet to claim he is business savvy when only 1% of what he did succeeded, is.... weird logic. Also let's remember that he was born into wealth, not like he had to work hard for it.

    People who become rich because of their hard work, I do respect, but those that do because their parents happen to be rich and backing their failures, not much.
     
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    Can you document that Trump had 99% failures and only 1% successes in his business career or is that just more fake news you are blindly repeating from the lamestream press? And even if it were true (which it is not), that 1% success must have been a fantastic one!

    Trump's father gave him $1 million to start his business. He grew that into billions. To put that into perspective, that is similar to taking $1,000 and growing it into $1 million+. It is amusing to hear the Left pathetically whine that he is not a successful, savvy businessman. It demonstrates how little the Left understand about business and economics.

    Likewise, it is amusing to see the Left totally perplexed by how Trump is playing the North Korean negotiations. I have spoken to quite a few senior business executives the past few days who, like me, instantly recognized what masterful strokes Trump has been taking in this process.

    About stepping on the "little people": one of the things that I have been most surprised about is how few of the tens of thousands of employees that Trump has had over the decades have come forward to complain about Trump during the campaign and beyond. You know that the lamestream press (functioning as the opposition research arm of the Democratic party) has not been able to find such people. As an aside, I do know of a couple of businesspeople who have had interactions with Trump and his organization and they confirmed that his employees, for the most part, all really like Trump and working for him, but that is just anecdotal confirmation of what is pretty obvious based on the lack of a steady stream of unhappy employees that would be breathlessly covered by the lamestream press.
     
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    LOL, the big primary day took place, including in blue California, and no big blue wave? The lamestream media narrative has been nonstop that the loony left is energized and independents and even some Republicans regretted voting for Trump and would come out in droves for the Democrats, yada, yada, yada. Republicans were clearly going to lose the House, maybe even the Senate, yada, yada, yada. Yet, there is no sign of this blue wave and, in fact, the generic poll of Democrat vs Republican has tightened (keeping in mind that most pollsters are leftists who try to sway opinion with left-leaning fake results) and the momentum/trend is leaning towards the Republicans.

    Can you imagine the snowflakes, assorted leftist loonies, Trump-haters, etc., after the November elections if nothing changes in Congress? :)
     
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    So, the latest IG report comes out and he labels Comey as "Insubordinate." With that, the obstruction of justice case just went out the window. Remember, Mueller was brought on because Trump fired Comey which is now certified by the IG as the right move. Insubordination is a firing offense, after all. So, there is no Russian collusion (and it would not be illegal, anyway, if there was) and now the obstruction case is gone. All Mueller can do is chase unrelated charges against Flynn, Manafort, etc., in order to justify the millions he is spending.

    The lamestream press is not conveying this message to the low information voters and nutcase leftists but the facts will eventually get out to them and that is when you will start to see their heads exploding. And just wait until the "blue wave" doesn't materialize in November and the Republicans keep Congress. We may need to add a few more lines to the Suicide Hotline for the snowflakes. :)
     
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    #820
    Have you noticed the Lefts' heads exploding over Trump's Supreme Court nomination? A little background is in order for the low information voters. For decades, the power-hungry Left (Democrats, the Swamp, fake news media, etc.) have gotten used to using the courts to get their way when they could not do it politically. Of course, the reason that they could not force one of their schemes on the country, politically, is because they did not have convincing arguments for their mostly crazy ideas. So, they relied on a left-leaning judiciary to legislate from the bench, despite the Constitution not allowing that. Now, they are about to lose even that approach and, therefore, have no way to increase the power over the citizenry that they crave. That's why they are in sheer panic and issuing apocalyptic predictions similar to the Global Warming/Cooling/Changing (pick one) hoax. Live by the courts, die by the courts. :)

    Fun to watch!
     
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