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He's "under new management"?

Does anyone 'manage" TheRUMP?

He claimed to be his own man and has said I am who/what I am"

TheRUMP has shaken up his campaign team...AND for 1 or 2 speeches SEEMS to have "toned down the rhetoric" in his speeches.

New leaders in campaign?...Change in tone of his speeches?

.....Does this mean he was being advised to carry on in the way he was OR is he trying to lead the public to believe that he was receiving bad advice on how to campaign?

Claimed to be "himself" yet followed OR IS NOW following a different tact?

Is he being himself NOW? or was he being himself THEN?

He's officially a politician? Tell your base what they want to hear?

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this is so confusing for you

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take a couple of aspirin, lay down, rest awhile, turn off TV and computer for a week or so.

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I'm interested in

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hearing your assessment of his situation.

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whoever does the hiring is in charge

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see how easy that is to figure out?

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it is all a scam

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it is his way or no way...just want to give the perception he is listening to others...

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(NT) Actually you are describing BO to a 't'

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Re: Actually you are describing BO to a 't'

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To a "t"?

Trump?

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Not according to MY alphabet since

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you call him RUMP...it would have to be an 'r'

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RE:you call him RUMP.

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Actually, I usually call him TheRUMP.

I don't know him well enough to refer to him buy his first name (Rump).

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(NT) by NOT buy his first name

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(NT) No, you call him theRUMP....small case

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RE:No, you call him theRUMP....small case

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You're telling ME to get MY eyes checked?

here's just one shot at "the fish in a barrel"....Want more?...Ask nicely and I'll give you at least 3 more threads with TheRUMP NO lower/small case t

TheRUMP rally in Florida

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perhaps YOU don't "get it"

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TRUMP

T(he)RUMP

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RE:Not according to MY alphabet since

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and then you make reference to the way I post?

When did MY posting habits become YOUR alphabet?

Are you connecting with me?

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I kind of like the fact

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that he's a 'change up' person and unpredictable.....at least you know he isn't going to lie every single time he opens his mouth like hilLIARy does since now she's even lying about lying. I would really like to see her do at least ONE more open press 'interview' before November 7 and actually get some 'real' questions instead of her one on one 15 minute segments with a soft and sympathetic commentator and call it a press conference.

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RE: unpredictable.

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Oh GREAT....that's ALL the world needs....2 "unpredictable leaders"

RE:at least you know

NO!!!!you know nothing!...He's "UNPREDICTABLE"...you don't know what he's going to do...one of the symptoms of "being unpredictable".

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So, you're saying that

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you are perfectly happy and content having a 'leader' with a proven record of lying every time she opens her mouth?

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Re: So, you're saying that

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What I'm "saying" is....you won't admit the consequences of having an "unpredictable" leader.

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What exactly are those consequences that haven't

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actually HAPPENED, JP? You're making assumptions and speculating....something you hate in other people.

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(NT) Manafort...He quit...

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(NT) Yep...saw that and expected it. So what?

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RE:So what?

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The rats are leaving the sinking ship.

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RE:expected it.

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Did you expect this?

Trump advisers waged covert lobbying campaign for Ukraine, e-mails show

A firm run by Donald Trump’s campaign chairman directly orchestrated a covert Washington lobbying operation on behalf of Ukraine’s ruling political party, attempting to sway American public opinion in favour of the country’s pro-Russian government, emails obtained by The Associated Press show. Paul Manafort and his deputy, Rick Gates, never disclosed their work as foreign agents as required under federal law.

The lobbying included attempts to gain positive press coverage of Ukrainian officials in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Associated Press. Another goal: undercutting American public sympathy for the imprisoned rival of Ukraine’s then-president. At the time, European and American leaders were pressuring Ukraine to free her.

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Did you forget about this

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like the media has? http://observer.com/2016/04/panama-papers-reveal-clintons-kremlin-connection/

And don't forget about the uranium sale to Russia directly tied to the Clintons and their foundation money received while hilLIARy was SoS.

Manafort is out, but nobody is able to tie Trump to anything Manafort may or may not have done and charges would have to filed against him (hasn't happened) showing he ever actually received the millions the liberal media claims he got but he says he received nothing and as an adviser does that actually constitute 'foreign agent'?

Remember, both Clintons are the ONLY ones in this race who have actually been investigated and found guilty of a crime..........and continues to be investigated.

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RE:Manafort is out, but nobody is able to tie Trump

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Manafort is out, but nobody is able to tie Trump to anything Manafort may or may not have done.

BUT HE'S FIRED!!!

TheRUMP's "claim to fame" is he'll "hire/appoint good people/the right person for the job" IF POTUS.

Just imagine all the disappointments in the appointments he'd make as POTUS.

Get it? disappointments in appointments?
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At least he wouldn't be afraid to fire someone

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unlike BO who is MORE afraid of the people he would fire who know far too much about him..........

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RE:he wouldn't be afraid to fire someone

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You don't see much difference

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between Trump and a dictator, but you turn a blind eye to all of the EO's that BO has put into place that have consistently hurt people and businesses when he couldn't get his way in Congress. And don't give me that crap about how he has the lowest number of other presidents because you have to actually LOOK at what those EO's DO and the effect they have on the nation.....including a huge number of new regulations by the agencies he's given free rein (reign????) that have done harm. Also, a number of those EO's have been UNANIMOUSLY struck down by SCOTUS because he has overreached his authority (dictator-like) which has wasted taxpayer money to fight in court.

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RE: a number of those EO's have been UNANIMOUSLY struck down

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a number of those EO's have been UNANIMOUSLY struck down by SCOTUS because he has overreached his authority

AND, here YOU are, on the internet...talking to the entire world about it....Under TheRUMP this wouldn't be possible/allowed. non-disclosure.
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The exact wording "overreach"

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may not have been used every time, but the fact DOES remain that he's been struck down unanimously 13 times for HIS EO's......

You want to nitpick over wording rather than the result, except when you believe it benefits your argument. IF he hadn't overreached his authority, the liberal SCOTUS wouldn't have struck them down, now would they? You didn't seem to mind when SCOTUS actually has CHANGED the wording of Obamacare in order to have it pass into law, but now you have issues over wording in their rulings?

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