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Question: What do you think? Will Trump survive the first period as president of the United States?
I don't think so
I don't know, maybe
Yes I think so
Of course
And even more, he is re-elected after the first four years

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February 28, 2017, 10:55:21 AM
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If he stands up to his words and does everything he promised in the elections, he will surely be reelected. Such politicians are hard to find these days. Usually it's all the same with them. Tell a lot of false promises, get to the chair, sit on it for a couple years, shake a few hands, sign a few documents, take your wage and go. If Trump turns out to be different (and I believe so) he will have even more supporters.


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March 02, 2017, 06:56:00 AM
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What do you think?
Will Trump survive the first period as president of the United States?


I think he will survive his first period as POTUS. I guess its early to say but it looks like there are silence consensus among American that they love what he's doing right now. And if he can delivered what he promised plus more then its a plus for his presidency. Its hard to see now what decisions he will make that would make Americans withdraw their support to Trump.
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March 02, 2017, 08:36:28 AM
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Probably will ignite the world war 3 and end of story, no more worrying about next election.Cheesy
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March 02, 2017, 01:52:01 PM
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President Donald Trump is a very clever and wise person he doe things in a weird and unique manner that it seemed bizarre for normal individuals, but his methods has proven that he is much better than Obama. In just one month Obama increased a 200 billion dollars debt but Trump is not the same and in fact in his one month in his office he reduced the debt of USA with 12 billion dollars. If we take a better look at this datas we can say that America has a bright future ahead with Trump as a president.

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March 02, 2017, 02:04:31 PM
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President Donald Trump is a very clever and wise person he doe things in a weird and unique manner that it seemed bizarre for normal individuals, but his methods has proven that he is much better than Obama. In just one month Obama increased a 200 billion dollars debt but Trump is not the same and in fact in his one month in his office he reduced the debt of USA with 12 billion dollars. If we take a better look at this datas we can say that America has a bright future ahead with Trump as a president.
Any debt he didn't cut. But he couldn't do. he just had far too little time. Moreover, he stated that 10% increase funding for the army. Do you think it will reduce the debt. Trump will not be the best President because he supports more than half of the U.S. population.
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March 02, 2017, 02:07:38 PM
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Probably will ignite the world war 3 and end of story, no more worrying about next election.Cheesy

Lol.

I think the Trump is clever. And I find him pretty stupid but not like this.

Let's see what he creates and what does not.

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March 02, 2017, 02:14:36 PM
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Probably will ignite the world war 3 and end of story, no more worrying about next election.Cheesy

Lol.

I think the Trump is clever. And I find him pretty stupid but not like this.

Let's see what he creates and what does not.

What it creates? Every step he meets with great resistance not only people but also business and media. In such circumstances, the Trump is the only chance to implement the lobbying laws. From these laws the Americans to live better will not.
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March 02, 2017, 08:52:57 PM
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Hard to call, really.  Things are already getting just a little bit farcical and he's only been in office for 6 weeks.  Most former presidents struggled to cause as much scandal in a full term as Trump has managed to squeeze into just 40 days.  If he does somehow manage to make it to the next election, he genuinely has to be one of the luckiest people alive.  Surely he's already broken a record for the most lawsuits a president has ever been involved in?  And that's just during the time he's been in office.  Over the course of his whole life, Trump and his various failed business ventures have probably seen more court action than every current and former president of every country in the world combined.

He's a joke.  Literally a joke.

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March 02, 2017, 09:38:34 PM
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Oh he will. First period of Presidency, I think is an easy task. But of course, the longer he stays in office the more possibilities that he may not last long. A lot of people doesn't like him where he is. Or, he may just decide to surrender and leave the US to someone more willing to do the job. We can always just pray for the best and see what's going to happen next.
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March 03, 2017, 12:40:27 AM
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Abraham Lincoln was shot. The Lincoln Memorial beeing iconographic by now. You can't do the same to Trump, the resulting memorial built would damage the city's plot value on a grand scale.


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March 03, 2017, 01:50:43 AM
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Oh he will. First period of Presidency, I think is an easy task. But of course, the longer he stays in office the more possibilities that he may not last long. A lot of people doesn't like him where he is. Or, he may just decide to surrender and leave the US to someone more willing to do the job. We can always just pray for the best and see what's going to happen next.

When GW Bush won in 2000, a lot of people were saying the same. But what happened after that? Bush won a second term in 2004, and he completely demolished the Democrat party (until they could come up with an affirmative action candidate in 2008).

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Oh he will. First period of Presidency, I think is an easy task. But of course, the longer he stays in office the more possibilities that he may not last long. A lot of people doesn't like him where he is. Or, he may just decide to surrender and leave the US to someone more willing to do the job. We can always just pray for the best and see what's going to happen next.

When GW Bush won in 2000, a lot of people were saying the same. But what happened after that? Bush won a second term in 2004, and he completely demolished the Democrat party (until they could come up with an affirmative action candidate in 2008).
You are absolutely right, but Bush Junior was a bad President. He won a second term with a very questionable result. In addition, his reign has provoked a rise in oil prices gave an opportunity to weaken the American economy and Vice versa to earn extra income Russian which they spend on military buildup. Maybe he, too, has been bought by a Russian?.
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Rosie O'Donnell Screaming About Trump Outside White House Like a Lunatic





Rosie O'Donnell rants like an unhinged lunatic outside of the White House during President Trump's first address to Congress. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.


Rosie O'Donnell Screaming About Trump Outside White House Like a Lunatic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4KUYLXED9I



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March 04, 2017, 06:06:53 AM
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You are absolutely right, but Bush Junior was a bad President. He won a second term with a very questionable result. In addition, his reign has provoked a rise in oil prices gave an opportunity to weaken the American economy and Vice versa to earn extra income Russian which they spend on military buildup. Maybe he, too, has been bought by a Russian?.

GWB was not directly responsible for the rise in oil prices. The demand increased, and the supply couldn't keep up with it. Bush had the option of pressuring Saudi Arabia to increase its oil output, but such tactics would have been counter-productive.

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March 04, 2017, 07:23:51 AM
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What do you think?
Will Trump survive the first period as president of the United States?

I think he will survive his first term with a very great success both taking American to their dreams and  make contributions to international  economic. Though he is fighting the elites who are using the media to attack his Administration and polices but I believe they will not succeed.


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March 04, 2017, 06:56:47 PM
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Trump has help!


Ivanka Trump: Dad Is Destroying DC Pedo Network






Brave Ivanka posted a photo to Twitter of herself in the Oval Office with President Trump and NGOs tasked with eradicating the stench of human trafficking and pedophilia from not just Washington D.C. but the whole country.

It has emerged that Ivanka Trump was responsible for the sudden Trump administration attention to pedophilia epidemic, with the president's daughter urging her father to hold a listening session last week on domestic and international human trafficking and pedophilia.

By doing so, Ivanka Trump, an influential West Wing force despite her decision not to take an official title at first, will one day be viewed by history as the person who was brave enough to tip over the first "domino" that eventually led to the whole house being bought down – and the garbage being cleared away.


President Trump Meeting with Anti-Human Trafficking experts 2/23/17

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeYwspBPK_0



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After new accusations of ties with Russia, U.S. President Donald trump warned his advisers and allies about the proposal to delay the agreement with Russia on fight against terrorist organization "Islamic state" and other issues that relate to national security. Reported by the Associated Press.
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March 04, 2017, 08:32:33 PM
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Legal Weed is Doing What Trump's Wall and a Trillion Dollar Drug War NEVER Will





Vowing to be "ruthless," building a mammoth wall, and revisiting crackdowns on federal cannabis prohibition won't stop barbarous drug cartels or the flow of substances the State deems illegal into the United States — reinvigorating the war on drugs will, in fact, have quite the opposite effect ostensively intended.

But if he sticks to his word (unlike with that dubious swamp promise) President Donald Trump will empower the exact criminals he eviscerates publicly by keeping illicit substances the prized goods of the black market.

Perhaps the president simply has not examined the overwhelming evidence across-the-board that decriminalization or legalization focuses funds on providing help to addicts, robs cartels of viability, lowers the rate of drug abuse, and empties prisons of otherwise nonviolent offenders.

Or perhaps he has.

Because the war on drugs wasn't meant to be won — or, at least, not by anyone but the pharmaceutical industry, the military-industrial machine, the for-profit prison-industrial complex, politicians, and, perhaps incidentally, violent drug cartels.

"We've defended the borders of other nations, while leaving our own borders wide open, for anyone to cross — and for drugs to pour in at a now unprecedented rate," Trump proclaimed in his first full speech to Congress, moments later adding that, with getting tough, "Our terrible drug epidemic will slow down and ultimately, stop."

Abandoning logic for a fear-based appeal to the perpetually paranoid masses, Trump continues heralding the notorious border Mexico border wall as a feasible method to keep the bad guys and bad drugs out of the U.S. — presumably under the premise Americans will be safer. He continued,

"For that reason, we will soon begin the construction of a great wall along our southern border. It will be started ahead of schedule and, when finished, it will be a very effective weapon against drugs and crime.

"As we speak, we are removing gang members, drug dealers, and criminals that threaten our communities and prey on our citizens. Bad ones are going out as I speak tonight and as I have promised."


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March 04, 2017, 09:37:36 PM
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You are absolutely right, but Bush Junior was a bad President. He won a second term with a very questionable result. In addition, his reign has provoked a rise in oil prices gave an opportunity to weaken the American economy and Vice versa to earn extra income Russian which they spend on military buildup. Maybe he, too, has been bought by a Russian?.
GWB was not directly responsible for the rise in oil prices. The demand increased, and the supply couldn't keep up with it. Bush had the option of pressuring Saudi Arabia to increase its oil output, but such tactics would have been counter-productive.

Supply and demand. The iraq walk on the wild side caused a similar spike like 2nd Gulf War caused, 40 USD a barrel. But the aftermath caused the barrel to gallop uphill on charts continually. To much of the oil production infrastructure took damage. Those pictures of an incinerated oil well on a black sky.
Kuwait indeed did that increased output during the 2nd, those effects just dont last long.
 

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March 04, 2017, 09:54:36 PM
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You are absolutely right, but Bush Junior was a bad President. He won a second term with a very questionable result. In addition, his reign has provoked a rise in oil prices gave an opportunity to weaken the American economy and Vice versa to earn extra income Russian which they spend on military buildup. Maybe he, too, has been bought by a Russian?.
GWB was not directly responsible for the rise in oil prices. The demand increased, and the supply couldn't keep up with it. Bush had the option of pressuring Saudi Arabia to increase its oil output, but such tactics would have been counter-productive.

Supply and demand. The iraq walk on the wild side caused a similar spike like 2nd Gulf War caused, 40 USD a barrel. But the aftermath caused the barrel to gallop uphill on charts continually. To much of the oil production infrastructure took damage. Those pictures of an incinerated oil well on a black sky.
Kuwait indeed did that increased output during the 2nd, those effects just dont last long.
 
I can't understand why when the price of oil do not develop alternative technologies. Visibility of course is created, but the real inventions can change the world there. I wonder is this a conspiracy of oil companies or really no good scientists capable of solving this problem.

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