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May 15, 2017, 04:34:54 AM
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Yes OR No And STATE Why
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May 15, 2017, 04:50:24 AM
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We still have to wait a little more than a year to fully say the results and evaluate the work of the new president of the Donald Tramp. If you look at the bodies building With what zeal he began to change the new decisions taken by Obama, it seems that he is probably working against American citizens.

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May 15, 2017, 04:50:46 AM
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"Why do people like Trump?" isn't a question that asks for a "yes" or "no" response.

It's not just one reason or one reason for everyone, it's not that simple. But the collection of reasons include:
  • He represents conservative "values" in a package that isn't the same old established "inside the beltway" Republican
  • He promises everything and anything to a group of people that are desperate to see their worlds change but (A) don't know how and (B)
     don't bother to think through whether what Trump promises is actually possible. (E.g., people in many parts of the country want their manufacturing jobs back, Trump says he'll bring them back, he may bring some back but if he does those people needing the jobs won't be able to afford their products they produce. More likely, he's not bringing any jobs back...it's just too expensive to manufacture anything in the US)
  • He says whatever the f*ck he wants...and some people like that in an era where sensitivity for politically correct behavior seems to be getting to incredibly unrealistic levels
  • He's not Hillary Clinton...or a Democrat

US politics is so messed up that people will actually vote for the "lessor of two evils". It makes no sense. People are afraid to vote for anything other than a Democrat or a Republican. People say "voting for third party is throwing your vote away". That quote is possibly one of the dumbest comments anyone can say in a democracy or a republic.

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May 15, 2017, 06:00:37 AM
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I don't like Trump, no.

The reason is simple, Trump although being a multi billionaire is more than 70 years old and we all know that when we grow that old the brain doesn't function at its best. How can someone at that age be president of the United States. Trust me, you will see USA going down and down by Trump stupidity in a matter of just a few years.
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May 15, 2017, 11:24:29 AM
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I don't like Trump, no.

The reason is simple, Trump although being a multi billionaire is more than 70 years old and we all know that when we grow that old the brain doesn't function at its best. How can someone at that age be president of the United States. Trust me, you will see USA going down and down by Trump stupidity in a matter of just a few years.

I think so too. He can change the country for the better only if he is replaced by his wife or Ivanka.

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May 15, 2017, 11:31:09 AM
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Yes OR No And STATE Why

The people of America are divided into two groups one are the pro-Trump and the other groups are the anti-Trump. The pro-trump loves trump because trump is a president who values life and he is keen on thinking how to make America great again. The anti-trump sees trump as a trash and a funndy individual who will bring America to its doom. I dont know where to side since I am not an American Citizen.
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May 15, 2017, 11:39:46 AM
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In fact, Trump will never make America great. His mental abilities do not allow this. A person who is able to do something always has a plan. Trump have no strategy. All he's doing is responding to the challenges. Smart people create for themselves comfortable environment, and Trump trying to adjust to the conditions.
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May 15, 2017, 12:35:04 PM
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Personally, I don't like him.

I've yet to see anything that makes me think he's anything other than your run of the mill paid for politician.

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May 15, 2017, 12:46:34 PM
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We still have to wait a little more than a year to fully say the results and evaluate the work of the new president of the Donald Tramp. If you look at the bodies building With what zeal he began to change the new decisions taken by Obama, it seems that he is probably working against American citizens.
More specifically to say that Trump is running against half of the citizens of America. Don't forget that half of Americans support his ideas. The only question is what mental ability in his supporters if they support such a populist clown like Trump.
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May 15, 2017, 04:45:20 PM
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Yes I do like him and here's one reason.

Even if I didn't like him a lot before the elections he managed to stand up against everyone. Against the democrats, against the Clinton family, against most of the media, tons of libtard cucks and even his own party. This is a classic story of an underdog, and everyone loves underdogs beating the odds.
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May 15, 2017, 04:58:52 PM
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Yes I do like him and here's one reason.

Even if I didn't like him a lot before the elections he managed to stand up against everyone. Against the democrats, against the Clinton family, against most of the media, tons of libtard cucks and even his own party. This is a classic story of an underdog, and everyone loves underdogs beating the odds.
People don't like losers. People like successful people. This is an example to follow. Trump is pathetic and nothing more. When he against all he was doomed to be a loser. It is his personal tragedy, but it will pay for all Americans.
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May 15, 2017, 05:45:54 PM
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I don't know as well, but patriotist people are tend to like him.
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May 15, 2017, 05:53:33 PM
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People don't like losers. People like successful people. This is an example to follow. Trump is pathetic and nothing more. When he against all he was doomed to be a loser. It is his personal tragedy, but it will pay for all Americans.

How do you define loser?

Trump owns a company, has loads of money, has a few (seemingly) decent kids (none of them are in jail or anything), has gotten enough people to vote for him to be President.

None of these facts really indicate that he loses or is a loser. So let's get specific here, what is it about him that makes him a "loser" in your eyes?

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May 15, 2017, 06:02:57 PM
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People don't like losers. People like successful people. This is an example to follow. Trump is pathetic and nothing more. When he against all he was doomed to be a loser. It is his personal tragedy, but it will pay for all Americans.

How do you define loser?

Trump owns a company, has loads of money, has a few (seemingly) decent kids (none of them are in jail or anything), has gotten enough people to vote for him to be President.

None of these facts really indicate that he loses or is a loser. So let's get specific here, what is it about him that makes him a "loser" in your eyes?
How do you know that is in the possession of Trump? His Declaration has not been seen. I would not be surprised if he is a bankrupt and went to the polls just to increase the ratings of his TV show. Trump talks too much and there is no evidence of his words.
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May 15, 2017, 06:21:14 PM
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People don't like losers. People like successful people. This is an example to follow. Trump is pathetic and nothing more. When he against all he was doomed to be a loser. It is his personal tragedy, but it will pay for all Americans.

Trump is the living manifestation of American success. He's been a household name for several decades. He's been out with some of the most gorgeous women of the past few generations. He's been on the cover of a multitude of magazines including Playboy. He's a multimillionaire owning successful businesses, planes, cars buildings and so on. He's also a popular reality TV star, he shaved Vince McMahon's head in WWE, aaand he's now the President of the USA. I guess he's yet to become Pope or some other big religious leader but looks like anything is possible for him.

Where did you see loser in all of that? I just don't get it.
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May 15, 2017, 10:52:00 PM
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People don't like losers. People like successful people. This is an example to follow. Trump is pathetic and nothing more. When he against all he was doomed to be a loser. It is his personal tragedy, but it will pay for all Americans.

Trump is the living manifestation of American success. He's been a household name for several decades. He's been out with some of the most gorgeous women of the past few generations. He's been on the cover of a multitude of magazines including Playboy. He's a multimillionaire owning successful businesses, planes, cars buildings and so on. He's also a popular reality TV star, he shaved Vince McMahon's head in WWE, aaand he's now the President of the USA. I guess he's yet to become Pope or some other big religious leader but looks like anything is possible for him.

Where did you see loser in all of that? I just don't get it.

How about the sock puppets and bots just get the hell out?
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May 15, 2017, 11:31:23 PM
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I don't like Trump and don't trust him, but it is the choice of the Americans and it needs to be respected. I think that for Trump following even stray dogs. If he makes mistakes it will correct or impeached. Until then let him work.
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May 16, 2017, 03:15:24 AM
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I don't really like him. He genuinely looks like somebody with a serious personality disorder, based on his public behavior.
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May 16, 2017, 03:31:00 AM
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I don't really like him. He genuinely looks like somebody with a serious personality disorder, based on his public behavior.

Yeah, true that. I think he would have been a great dictator but in democracy, he is just a puppet. In this technological era, we have to think about future and take decisions and by seeing his thoughts on saving the nature and coal mine reopenings, most of the other countries are thinking that he's just stupid. It's not good for a county like America.


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May 16, 2017, 04:54:18 AM
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I don't like Trump and don't trust him, but it is the choice of the Americans and it needs to be respected. I think that for Trump following even stray dogs. If he makes mistakes it will correct or impeached. Until then let him work.

You are not an American, so your opinion doesn't matter much. Obama was very popular among the foreigners, but he didn't did much for the American citizens. Trump is prioritizing Americans over non-Americans. Perhaps that is the reason why he is not so popular among the non-Americans.

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