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PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 1:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nw30 wrote:
mac wrote:
MalibuGuru wrote:
That's because Trump's wife is beautiful. No need to cover that up.


What a pig.

No, she's beautiful.


shouldn't there be an investigation of when she was in the porno industry if she was being paid? IE did she make money in the porno industry legally? Again the porn shots were before she had a right to work in the USA. Thus if she lied on her papers to become an american it can be revoked.

Let's see how beautiful that gets. Remember the trump wants illegals out...

can you imagine a second trump would not do that if a dem was in the flip side.

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PostPosted: Sun May 21, 2017 6:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yep not ok for SA to donate $25 million to the clinton fund, but an all new one by Ivanka for 100 million is ok...


http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2017/5/21/1664578/-On-same-weekend-as-record-breaking-arms-deal-Saudis-announced-100-million-donation-to-Ivanka-fund

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When Chris Wallace asked Clinton about reports of conflicts of interest at the foundation, she responded, "I'm thrilled to talk about the Clinton Foundation because it is a world renowned charity and I'm so proud of the work that it does."

Trump shot in that it's a "criminal enterprise."

"Saudi Arabia given $25 million, Qatar, all of these countries. You talk about women and women's rights? These are people that push gays off business, off buildings. These are people that kill women and treat women horribly and yet you take their money," Trump said. "So I'd like to ask you right now why don't you give back the money that you've taken from certain countries that treat certain groups of people so horribly?

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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 10:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

GEE THE WPO EVEN GOT MY THREAD TITTLE CORRECT...

wpo

Trump hypocrisy continues at home and abroad



Donald Trump visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)

BY JAMES HOHMANN
with Breanne Deppisch

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THE BIG IDEA: If you studied Donald Trump seriously during the campaign, nothing about his first four months in office has been terribly surprising. The former reality television star’s life has always been clouded by chaos and controversy. He overpromises and underdelivers. He plays fast and loose. He’s brash and unapologetic. He’s often failed spectacularly when he tried to do big things. He’s never taken personal responsibility.
In the past few days, several of Trump’s rivals for the Republican nomination have taken I-told-you-so snipes:
• “I don't understand why people are that shocked,” Marco Rubio said Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” “This president ran a very unconventional campaign. … That's what the American people voted for. And in essence, you know, this White House is not much different from the campaign.”
• “When I ran for office, I said he is a chaos candidate and would be a chaos president,” Jeb Bush said Friday at a hedge fund conference in Las Vegas. “Unfortunately, so far chaos organizes the presidency.”
• “The things that have swirled around this White House are the reasons that caused me not to move forward and support him,” John Kasich said during a CNN town hall last Tuesday. “Part of my concern was not just some of what I saw during that campaign, but also there wasn’t a real grasp on the issues … I don’t like people that say, ‘I told you so,’ but … I was the one Republican who would not endorse Donald Trump.”
On the other hand, if you truly took Trump at his word – i.e. face value – his performance thus far has been shocking He has repeatedly broken campaign promises big and small, and he’s demonstrated hypocrisy by doing many of the exact same things he used to rip Barack Obama for. His strikes on Syria and escalation of the war in Afghanistan suggest that even some of the signature positions he staked out before becoming president were driven more by political convenience than principle. His frequent golf outings, an activity he once said he would give up if he won, are small but routine reminders.


Trump promised over and over to 'save' Medicare and Social Security. Will he?
-- Trump’s first full budget, which will be formally released tomorrow, is yet another example of him not doing what he promised as a candidate. The president tweeted this exactly two years ago:


He’s also on the record making this promise. Note that he mentions Social Security and Medicaid:


But tomorrow Trump will propose gutting Medicaid by more than $800 billion over the next 10 years, Damian Paletta scooped last night. The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that this could cut off benefits for about 10 million people.
In total, the president’s first full budget will propose $1.7 trillion worth of entitlement cuts over the next decade, “a source with direct knowledge” tells Axios’s Jonathan Swan. In addition to Medicaid, the president plans to put the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) on the chopping block. SSDI, obviously, is part of Social Security.
Trump’s budget would also push millions of Americans off food stamps. “The cuts include a whopping $193 billion from food stamps over the coming decade — more than 25 percent — implemented by cutting back eligibility and imposing additional work requirements,” the Associated Press’s Andrew Taylor reports. “The program presently serves about 42 million people” Andrew, who obtained talking points being circulated by the White House, adds that the president’s blueprint includes huge cuts to federal employee pensions, welfare benefits and farm subsidies, as well.
Damian’s sources say Trump will call for zeroing out federal funding to Habitat for Humanity, subsidized school lunches and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, which coordinates the federal response to homelessness across 19 federal agencies.
“A key element of the budget plan will be the assumption that huge tax cuts will result in an unprecedented level of economic growth,” he explains. “Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told a Senate panel last week that these tax cuts would end up creating trillions of dollars in new revenue, something budget experts from both parties have disputed. The tax cuts would particularly benefit the wealthiest Americans, as Trump has proposing cutting the estate tax, capital gains and business tax rates. The White House will use its presumed new revenue from the tax cuts combined with broad spending cuts to claim that its changes would eliminate the budget deficit over 10 years.”
All of this taken together underscores the stark ideological division inside the administration. OMB director Mick Mulvaney is a tea partier who co-founded the House Freedom Caucus and wants to starve the beast of big government. Trump was a Democrat for most of his life, however, and he’s stocked his senior team with populists and globalists who want to “prime the pump.” That creates an odd dynamic which leads to a budget that simultaneously calls for the federal government to be spending less on discretionary spending 10 years from now than it did in 2001 while also calling for $200 billion in new infrastructure spending and $25 billion to support Ivanka’s European-style liberal family leave proposal.
Many rank-and-file Republicans on Capitol Hill are already dismissing Trump’s budget as unserious and say it is dead even before arrival. “Like I want to go home after having voting against Meals on Wheels and say, 'Oh it's a bad program, keeping seniors alive'? There's just some of the stuff in here that doesn't make any sense,” Rep. Mike Simpson (R-Idaho) told Politico. “Frankly, you can't pass these budgets on the floor."
Simpson is correct, but it’s also true that budget proposals are meaningful statements of priorities. And this budget is fundamentally at odds with what Trump told voters his priorities would be.


Trump's speech in Saudi Arabia, in 3 minutes
-- Trump’s weekend in Saudi Arabia brought several fresh illustrations of how much he’s flip-flopped in the realm of foreign policy. “I think Islam hates us,” Trump said on the campaign as he defended his proposed Muslim ban. During a major speech yesterday, he called Islam “one of the world’s great faiths.” (Here is a comprehensive timeline of the president’s shifting comments about the religion and its adherents.)
Trump used to attack Obama for refusing to utter the phrase “radical Islamic terrorism.” But his aides have convinced him that he too ought to avoid that term. “In his Riyadh address, Trump decided to use a substitute phrase: ‘Islamist extremism,’” Karen DeYoung and Philip Rucker report. “But he slightly veered off the prepared excerpts released earlier by the White House, saying ‘Islamic’ instead of ‘Islamist’ on several occasions. … A senior White House official later said that Trump merely misspoke in using the word ‘Islamic’ rather than ‘Islamist.’ ‘He’s just an exhausted guy,’ said the official, who briefed reporters only on the condition of anonymity.”
Exhaustion (on the second day of a nine-day trip) is an amusing excuse to offer for such a mistake, considering how much Trump mocked Obama, Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush for lacking stamina. There are several dozen more examples where these come from:








Saudi king presents Trump with top civilian honor
Trump lavished praise on Saudi Arabia all weekend. Just last year, he publicly accused the country of being behind the 9/11 attacks several times.
The president also criticized Obama for bowing to a Saudi king. Then he did it:


One former Trump aide was upset:


And “Morning Joe” had a field day:

These female leaders didn't cover their heads in Saudi Arabia
Trump criticized Michelle Obama for not wearing a scarf when she joined her husband in Saudi Arabia. Yet neither his wife nor daughter did.


Here Melania visits a women's center in Riyadh on Sunday:

(Giuseppe Cacae/AFP/Getty Images)
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates pledged yesterday to donate a combined $100 million to a World Bank fund dreamed up by Ivanka to assist women entrepreneurs. In the final debate last October, though, Trump attacked the Clinton Foundation for accepting $25 million from the Saudis. “These are people that kill women and treat women horribly. Yet you take their money,” he said. Last summer, he posted on Facebook: “Saudi Arabia and many of the countries that gave vast amounts of money to the Clinton Foundation want women as slaves and to kill gays. Hillary must return all money from such countries!"


Substantively, there is nothing inherently wrong with any of this. Previous first ladies, including Laura and Barbara Bush, also did not wear headscarves. The World Bank fund, like the Clinton Foundation, might do some very noble work. Not alienating the Muslim world is a good goal of U.S. foreign policy. All presidents evolve as they learn the complexities of the world.
The issue here is that Trump scored political points on each of these topics. Now he has shifted in dramatic ways without even nodding to the changes. Meanwhile, many of his supporters who expressed outrage when Obama was president are silent.

Today the president’s foreign trip continues in Israel, where he will not follow through on his campaign promise to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

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PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2017 2:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

leaks by trump

http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2017/5/24/1665496/-UK-Slams-Trump-Administration-For-Leaking-Name-of-Manchester-Bomber

UK Slams Trump Administration For Leaking Name of Manchester Bomber

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UK Slams Trump Administration For Leaking Name of Manchester Bomber“The home secretary rebuked Washington for passing on to American journalists critical information that had been given in confidence to the US administration. Asked on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme if the information sharing may be working against what the police want in public, Ms Rudd said: “Yes.”

She added: “Quite frankly, the British police have been very clear that they want to control the flow of information in order to protect operational integrity, the element of surprise, so it is irritating if it gets released from other sources, and I have been very clear with our friends that that should not happen again.”

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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2017 8:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

how many siright winger incidents have we had where the coward who is great at his hate of enabling the right wing haters like McVeigh wannabes says nothing when they act as terrorists.


Three Men Stood Up to Anti-Muslim Attack. Two Paid With Their Lives.
By DANIEL VICTOR
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The victims in Friday's attack were an Army veteran, a recent college graduate and a poet who spoke out against anti-Muslim prejudice.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

trump did not even allow the whitehouse to tweet about the racist right winger racist terrorist hate crime in Oregon for 3 days. NOTE it did not come from his personal Twitter account. The one he uses for all his hate his main account it did not come from.... Where he keeps his hater hating.

http://www.msnbc.com/am-joy/watch/hate-crimes-rise-during-age-of-trump-959493187552

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Hate crimes rise during age of Trump
LeBron James is one of the victims of the both apparent and confirmed hate crimes perpetrated in recent weeks, which authorities say have increased since Donald Trump’s election. Joy and her panel discuss.


he is enabling the racists...

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

trump lies for hatred of america and for which it stands...

http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc-live-with-ari-melber/watch/trump-doesn-t-really-believe-birtherism-says-former-kushner-aide-960049731566?cid=eml_mda_20170605

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Trump 'doesn’t really believe' birtherism, says former Kushner aide

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Ari Melber pulls back the curtain on Jared Kushner with Elizabeth Spiers, who worked directly for Kushner editing his newspaper and who says he sometimes tipped his hand about Trump was really think.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/al-baldasaro-turmp_us_594d62afe4b05c37bb765250?section=us_politics

Trump Adviser Who Called For Killing Hillary Clinton Gets Front-Row Seat At White House

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An adviser to Donald Trump’s campaign who said Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton should be shot for treason was given a prime seat at a White House bill-signing ceremony on Friday.

Al Baldasaro, a New Hampshire GOP state representative who advised Trump on veterans issues during the campaign, sat in one of the first two rows of seats in the East Room as Trump signed a bill making it easier for the Veterans Administration to fire employees accused of misconduct.

Baldasaro, in a radio interview during the campaign, criticized Clinton for the 2012 attack on a U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, and said she should be “put in the firing line and shot for treason.” Trump later praised Baldasaro.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 12:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

wpo

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Trump blames Obama for Russian attack he doesn't believe happened

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