A "great leader"?

Nov 29, 2017 11:32AM PST

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Nov 29, 2017 8:13PM PST

Trump is a vain moron.
He lives in his own mental world.
His vanity will not allow anyone or thing to criticize him.
He wants a government filled with yes men who feed him what he wants to hear.
He wants control of the media so he can brag to the voters how great he is.

This guy is the prez......scary.

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Your list of what makes Trump scary in your
Nov 30, 2017 5:05AM PST

opinion actually describes BO perfectly....and many of us pointed out that list over and over for years but you never wanted to hear that truth, Bob. (yeah, I know....) Doesn't it scare you even a little bit to know that every agency under BO's administration was headed up ALL by 'yes' men who put BO's policies in place and actively promoted them, even to the point of doing it illegally, and with so many of them still in place are STILL doing it?

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BO is not the prez
Nov 30, 2017 7:29AM PST

I don't recall BO wanting to shut down any/all media that criticized him.

Even Trump's staff admit the guy lives on fantasy island.

It's his vanity.

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RE:BO's administration was headed up ALL by 'yes' men
Nov 30, 2017 8:00AM PST

Have you heard the latest?....I guess HE wasn't a "yes man"..

The ouster of Mr. Tillerson would end a turbulent reign at the State Department for the former Exxon Mobil chief executive, who has been largely marginalized over the last year. Mr. Trump and Mr. Tillerson have been at odds over a host of major issues, including the Iran nuclear deal, the confrontation with North Korea and a clash between Arab allies. The secretary was reported to have privately called Mr. Trump a “moron” and the president publicly criticized Mr. Tillerson for “wasting his time” with a diplomatic outreach to North Korea.

AND some voted for "change"....tsk, tsk, tsk.

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The little 'porn' piece ad that popped up
Nov 30, 2017 5:07AM PST

at newsweek's website link was NOT appreciated. I'll be hesitating heavily from now on regarding clicking on your links.

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RE:The little 'porn' piece ad that popped up
Nov 30, 2017 6:06AM PST

RE: The little 'porn' piece ad that popped up I'll be hesitating heavily from now on regarding clicking on your links.

Hesitating heavily? Trump: No, no, Nancy. No, this was [unintelligible] — and I moved on her very heavily. In fact, I took her out furniture shopping.

I hope you didn't gouge your eyes out, because they were offended.

But you will still argue that the info I provided was not true?

HOW would that work...dispute something that you haven't read?

Odd you get that ad....I must have some blocker on my browser that blocks any 'porn' piece ads. Would you like me to see if I can find one for YOU? Of course you would have to click a link I provided...Sorry, I guess I can't help you even if you wanted me to...since you won't click any link I provide. (did I spend too many keystrokes explaining my logic?)

I won't see any little 'porn' piece ads on links provided BY you.... BECAUSE, you don't provide any links, even links to support your arguments....

Your arguments are opinions...not backed up by facts.....just like the stuff TheRUMP is raving about.....I've been hearing stories that some think HE should be in therapy on some shrinks couch.

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