Why President Trump will win his reelection again...
That's it? Hitler never apologized either. By your logic, he would be a shoo-in for re-election...
He no doubt would have given short shrift to anyone he considered treasonous. Reckon you're lucky you're an American, you haven't been strung up under a lightpole which might have been your fate under Adolf. He wouldn't have put up with any of your dimocrat caterwauling and attempted political sabotage.
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And you are a complete dupe! The Russians did not effect our elections; that was more dimocrat duplicity and a ludicrous ploy. And believe me, your comprehension of President Trump as a man who refuses to defend his country, is pathetic and shows you have no knowledge of our President. One of the primary reasons he will sweep the coming elections is because of his unabashed patriotism.
Trump is an American anomaly--a very unfortunate one. Hopefully he won't lead us into a deep recession with his insane trade war, and doesn't start a war with Iran, he's still dogmeat as far as 2020 in concerned. People are sick and tired of the lies, nothing getting done because of all his lawyering up, the stupid "wall" thing, and his flailing attempts to repeal ACA with absolutely nothing to replace it.
Hey Sherlock, Since you have no idea of reality it's time you tried it. Trump's presidency is the most fortunate thing that has occurred to you in your lifetime. His "insane trade war" is designed to stop the Chinese from continuing to steal our technology more than anything else. Remember, he is a businessman first and foremost, as evidenced by his successes during his first term in office (which will result in his re-election in 2020). Dumocrats are sick and tired of Trump's successes, lies be damned. If lying disgusts you, when did you ever raise your voice about about hillary's whoppers, one on top of another, year after year. I can confidently label democrats as hypocrites after having seen you champion your cherished candidate and her constant falsehoods. Trump has, on occasion, changed his mind about a situation but that is hardly a lie.
You will no doubt be astounded to learn that the majority of Americans approve of his wall, in spite of dimocrat attempts to ridicule it. If you are not aware that we are being invaded over our Southern border, you have no idea of the rudiments of war: Rest assured, when a force can place a million of their subjects in our territory and plunder our treasury and we haven't fired a shot, we are at war. And bleeding heart liberals are the enemies, as much as the illegals are. And to provide assistance, sympathy and sanctuary to them is the essence of treason. One day, justice will be served and the wailing and gnashing of teeth will be pathetic.
You're saying TRUMP follows the Constitution?! Trump doesn't know anything about the Constitution and has never in his life concerned himself with what is legal and what isn't.
I don't remember a single hypocrite democrat complaining about obama's, "I have a phone and a pen" remark. Or his forcing his "legacy" medical scheme on the people and making it mandatory that they pay ever increasing premiums and deductibles and his "You can keep your doctor" promise. Perhaps you can explain the Constitutionality of these escapades. And speaking about Constitutional knowledge, remember obama''s claim that he taught Constitutional law while in school. It turns out he did, one time for one hour and was never asked back.
Any reason you know of why he has 26 social security cards and the one he worked under belonged to an old gentleman from New England that had died. Lets see, is that Constitutional or criminal? Or his false birth certificate or his claim that he was a foreign student when applying for one of our colleges. You need to sweep your own floor before you start with anything on our current successful president.
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Well said, Jean!! Agree 100%
And add that he does his VERY BEST to fulfill campaign promises.