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January 25, 2017, 04:06:18 AM
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he has a good plan for america.
probably make a lot of questionable decision that will rock the boat.
and approval rate probably in the low side of things, because of the media.

His approval rating may remain in the 40s. He has strong support from the evangelicals, at least for now. But if they don't agree with his choice for the SCOTUS, then the ratings can plummet. Also, support from the blue collar whites is critical.

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January 25, 2017, 10:55:56 AM
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he has a good plan for america.
probably make a lot of questionable decision that will rock the boat.
and approval rate probably in the low side of things, because of the media.

His approval rating may remain in the 40s. He has strong support from the evangelicals, at least for now. But if they don't agree with his choice for the SCOTUS, then the ratings can plummet. Also, support from the blue collar whites is critical.
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January 25, 2017, 05:37:20 PM
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i wanna know your thoughts ^^

Well definitely it didnt start that well as a lot of people already judged what he can do. For ne though, i think it's worth giving the guy a chance. He may not be the same as obama, but the guy was able to manage his businesses very well and i think he can do things economically that obama didn't. The focus mainly would be with americans and not bombing islamic countries
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January 25, 2017, 10:26:02 PM
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he has a good plan for america.
probably make a lot of questionable decision that will rock the boat.
and approval rate probably in the low side of things, because of the media.

His approval rating may remain in the 40s. He has strong support from the evangelicals, at least for now. But if they don't agree with his choice for the SCOTUS, then the ratings can plummet. Also, support from the blue collar whites is critical.

You may be surprised who moves to the Trump side.  Going forward, there's no reason why blacks, hispanics, blue collar workers, or women necessarily lean Democratic.  The definitions and appeal of the parties are changing.

Another example is big banks, and wall street firms.  They have no particular reason to lean Demo.  That's just where they'd wound up.  Same with the Silicon Valley types.
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January 25, 2017, 11:14:08 PM
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well, so far his money is going where his mouth is. at some point his ideas are gonna bog down in reality but he's doing more than just spouting off the usual bullshit.

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January 26, 2017, 01:14:31 PM
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You may be surprised who moves to the Trump side.  Going forward, there's no reason why blacks, hispanics, blue collar workers, or women necessarily lean Democratic.  The definitions and appeal of the parties are changing.

A majority of the white women voted for Trump during the POTUS elections in 2016 (53% against 43% for Hillary). Among the Hispanics, there is a split between the mostly-English speaking native born Hispanics and the Spanish-speaking Latin American-born Hispanics. Both the groups are Democrat-leaning, but a large part of the former group is voting Republican. Among the blacks, I am less optimistic.



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January 26, 2017, 01:33:42 PM
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The future of the Donald I say is a long way because when one is really in that posts you get a wider picture of things and miggh have to take decisions that even negate your own personal belief and your campaign promises. The outcome of that will be that the same people that hail you yesterday might turn around to stone you if they have their way so I say lets wait till the next 4 years if the future will still be bright for Trump or not.

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January 26, 2017, 06:29:44 PM
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Dunno about his future, but these guys just took an enormous steaming shit on his present:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-state-department-senior-management-team-quit-resign-rex-tillerson-secretary-donald-trump-cabinet-a7547916.html

On the one hand, I can't help but think "Hah!", but then if everyone who disagrees with the guy is simply going to move out of the way, I start to wonder if anyone will be left to oppose him when (not if, when) he does something phenomenally stupid (or more-so than usual, at least).

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January 27, 2017, 05:12:22 PM
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On the one hand, I can't help but think "Hah!", but then if everyone who disagrees with the guy is simply going to move out of the way, I start to wonder if anyone will be left to oppose him when (not if, when) he does something phenomenally stupid (or more-so than usual, at least).

As of now, the establishment republicans have fallen in line, and they are supporting him (perhaps with the exception of John McCain and Lindsey Graham). Unless he does something monumentally stupid, the Republican party is going to solidly back him.

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January 27, 2017, 05:57:31 PM
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I think that American being wrong to elected Trump because I think, he won't apply this program.  In deed how do you want to obligate Mexicans to built a wall ?   Undecided

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January 28, 2017, 01:50:29 AM
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You may be surprised who moves to the Trump side.  Going forward, there's no reason why blacks, hispanics, blue collar workers, or women necessarily lean Democratic.  The definitions and appeal of the parties are changing.

A majority of the white women voted for Trump during the POTUS elections in 2016 (53% against 43% for Hillary). Among the Hispanics, there is a split between the mostly-English speaking native born Hispanics and the Spanish-speaking Latin American-born Hispanics. Both the groups are Democrat-leaning, but a large part of the former group is voting Republican. Among the blacks, I am less optimistic.

What I'm referring to is the way the voters view parties moving forward, as those parties change, which is happening.

I am not referring to the past so your cites are not relevant.  As an example, Trump has said he would do things for inner cities.  Expect him to keep that promise.  When he does, inner city blacks will see that a "Republican" is actually doing things for them and the Democrats never did.

What happens then?
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January 28, 2017, 02:19:51 AM
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What I can see that he just wanted is for the USA to consistently become the number 1 country in the world. But, I don't see any action yet or maybe I am not just aware since I am not from USA, but based on the news I've heard still nothing action yet. But, I think he would just focus more on the interest of the business sector since he is into business.

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January 28, 2017, 10:44:48 AM
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I do feel that Trump will hurt a lot of Americans through his words, when he speak in the public it seems that he doesn't even care what the people would think of him. He thinks that because of the power that is bestowed on him he could say anything that he wants. He may contribute economic progess but I think a true leader cares and also listens to his people.

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January 28, 2017, 12:22:17 PM
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I do feel that Trump will hurt a lot of Americans through his words, when he speak in the public it seems that he doesn't even care what the people would think of him. He thinks that because of the power that is bestowed on him he could say anything that he wants. He may contribute economic progess but I think a true leader cares and also listens to his people.
Error Trump is that he does not hear the voice of the people. He's a narcissist. This selfishness can lead to very bad consequences. Now California and spoke of secession from the United States. How many more will tolerate this clown?
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January 28, 2017, 12:23:52 PM
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he has a good plan for america.
probably make a lot of questionable decision that will rock the boat.
and approval rate probably in the low side of things, because of the media.

His approval rating may remain in the 40s. He has strong support from the evangelicals, at least for now. But if they don't agree with his choice for the SCOTUS, then the ratings can plummet. Also, support from the blue collar whites is critical.

For me Trump doesnt really need approval ratings, what he need is to make America economically great again while promoting morality in the family and society. His move against abortion and LGBT right is the first step that clearly Trump has really the heart in doing services to the citizens. He has seen probably that many people will go against his policies but he will still continue to create policies that is economically and morally best for the people.

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January 28, 2017, 02:24:20 PM
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i think he is just a bussinessman presidency is different kind of thing and i think he is just a good speaker......
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January 28, 2017, 04:31:22 PM
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I do feel that Trump will hurt a lot of Americans through his words, when he speak in the public it seems that he doesn't even care what the people would think of him. He thinks that because of the power that is bestowed on him he could say anything that he wants. He may contribute economic progess but I think a true leader cares and also listens to his people.
Error Trump is that he does not hear the voice of the people.....

Fascinating comment since he was the candidate that exactly, perfectly did hear the voice of the people, and they understood that and voted him in.

So which "people" are you referring to?
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January 28, 2017, 05:14:15 PM
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His move against abortion and LGBT right is the first step that clearly Trump has really the heart in doing services to the citizens.

I thinks he will not last 4 years..
Oh boy it's going to be great entertainment to see what type of country trump will lead Cheesy..

abortion and LGBT rights..Your finished. Out in 4 years if you attack those 2 subjects..


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January 28, 2017, 05:22:56 PM
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I do feel that Trump will hurt a lot of Americans through his words, when he speak in the public it seems that he doesn't even care what the people would think of him. He thinks that because of the power that is bestowed on him he could say anything that he wants. He may contribute economic progess but I think a true leader cares and also listens to his people.
Error Trump is that he does not hear the voice of the people.....

Fascinating comment since he was the candidate that exactly, perfectly did hear the voice of the people, and they understood that and voted him in.

So which "people" are you referring to?
You moan about sending AMERICAN Tax funds to fund other countries?..

Spendy why should you fund other countries?..

Oh that doesn't count because it's spendy family Cheesy

Well stop sending this amount to these people then you might have some money left for your own NATION..

According to the report, the United States gave Israel $3.1 billion for Fiscal Year 2016 in direct bilateral military aid (also referred to as Foreign Military Financing or FMF). Congress also gave $487.6 million to "joint" U.S.-Israel missile defense programs (designed to protect Israeli territory from potential outside threats), bringing total military aid to Israel to $3.6 billion per year.

Put another way, American taxpayers give Israel $9.8 million per day (in 2016).


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And you got the FUCKING CHEEK to moan about the money for family planning  Cheesy..

WHAT A FUCKING JOKER..

Sorry spendy but you deserve a telling OFF Grin..

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January 28, 2017, 05:23:17 PM
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His move against abortion and LGBT right is the first step that clearly Trump has really the heart in doing services to the citizens.

I thinks he will not last 4 years..
Oh boy it's going to be great entertainment to see what type of country trump will lead Cheesy..

abortion and LGBT rights..Your finished. Out in 4 years if you attack those 2 subjects..

Right now the SCOTUS is having a liberal majority, as some of the Republican appointees have moved to the left. So unless Trump manages to appoint two or more conservative judges to the SCOTUS, he is going to face a tough time.

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