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Lori

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Dude just won’t let go of the fact that he used days old information.
He is a narcissist, which a lot of leaders tend to be, he’s also shallow and uncouth, none of this should surprise anyone.
Most Presidents listen to their PR people, the polished Presidents of the past, had their every move based on what their PR suggested, down to the color tie they wear. Reagan had Peggy (I cant think of her last name) as a speech writer, I liked him but when he read her words, they brought out a patriotism that I’ll always remember.
From what I’ve seen of Trump (since he got into the public eye years ago), he’s never allowed opinion of others to effect him nor anyone handle him. People loved this aspect of him as he was running for President and some still do. I never have, I want a President that has manners and doesn’t act like he’s on a drama based reality show all the time.
I wish his people could shut down his Twitter, it’s embarrassing as a conservative to see “great, Trump has tweeted”...
But liberals, y’all have had and have just as bad.
 

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How much you want to bet that Trump doesn't use all of his campaign donations this year and that they somehow find their way over to Trump Org or his personal accounts?
Why would you suggest such a thing ? The man is not hurting for money.
 

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Car Icahn,
Rex Tillerson
Wilbur Ross
Betsy Devos
Steve Mnuchin
Herman Cain
Stephen Moore
Scott Pruitt
Ryan Zinke
Ronny Jackson
Matthew Whitaker

Just to name a few.


Trump economic adviser Peter Navarro: “My function, really, as an economist is to try to provide the underlying analytics that confirm his intuition. And his intuition is always right in these matters.”
Wilbur Ross solidified his place on the list:

 

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Absolutely disgraceful how this administration has intentionally and actively damaged science at every turn. With this latest action, we have become a Stalinist Russian country, where the government dictates what scientific truth is. It didn't work well for Lysenko, and it won't for us if it continues. Substantial damage has already been done, and it will take a long time to restore the trust in NOAA and similar scientific agencies that people like Trump and Wilbur Ross have destroyed.
 

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So now Bolton is out for speaking up about the Taliban meeting being a bad idea. Yes, we have ourselves a dictatorship. I never cared for Bolton but it's pretty bad when we go through 4 NSA's in 3 years. But he "only hires the best people". Trump has to go!
 
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Things seemed to work out well in Chernobyl when the government was allowed to dictate scientific truth. Don't see why we wouldn't just want to follow that template.

3.6 roentgens. Not great, not terrible. I'm told that's the equivalent of a chest x-ray.
 

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