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You read this?...and linked/forwarded it?

If so, it could be said that you too are linked to viewing and disseminating what could be considered objectionable material.

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RE:You read this?...and linked/forwarded it?

Yes....and Yes.

Does this mean you think anyone that would retweet anything that WhiteGenocide would advocate should NOT be POTUS?

Every post I make referring to Trump has "objectionable material" in it.

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You may, unknowingly and/or unwittingly, aiding and abetting

your own enemy. You aren't alone but just one of many thousands who help keep his name in the press. The constant yammering in his hears from those who love and those who oppose him are what he feeds on. People like Trump don't shrink away from criticism or thrive solely on approval ratings. People like Trump see both responses to be opportunities to win. It's getting no response that they find troublesome.

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RE:The constant yammering
The constant yammering in his hears from those who love and those who oppose him are what he feeds on. It's getting no response that they find troublesome.

Yet there are very few, even on his tweet page, that actually "defend his position". They say they agree...but offer no rebuttal to negative posts.

Most of his speeches are him railing against his opponents....nothing more than rants/yammering.

Most of his tweets are about his poll numbers.

I hope I'm flying under the Donalds radar. I don't know if I would survive his wrath.
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He's a businessman

And good businessmen fear quiet more than noise. Good businessmen want criticism as well as praise. Strange as it may sound, praise doesn't help win new customers. Criticism is what a good businessman needs for that. Keep criticizing Trump and he'll turn it into a positive. Keep quiet and he'll have no clue what to do next.

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RE: Good businessmen want criticism as well as praise

Good businessmen want CONSTRUCTIVE criticism as well as praise.

RE:He's a businessman

That no longer wants to be a businessman....for a few years anyways. Do you think he can make the transition?

From businessman (A man engaged in business.) to politician (a person who acts in a manipulative and devious way, typically to gain advancement within an organization.)?

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Not just constructive criticism is welcome

Constructive criticism is given as advice. Moaning and griping are also criticisms that successful businessmen know how to listen to and address. They don't just blow them off. People vent and successful business people listen attentively.

As for Trump's aspirations to become president, I've already given my thoughts. However, I only know him through his media persona. He's never invited me to dinner or be in on one of his business meetings. FWIW, I don't see myself as voting for him or for Hillary...either one. But, one thing I haven't heard much of from Trump that I constantly hear from Hillary is bashing of the opposition party in general. Trump does go after individuals instead. I cannot see how Hillary, after demonstrations such contentiousness toward the Republican party, could ever be a uniter as she claims that she wants to be. She's not exactly using a Nerf bat during her attacks. IMO, that attitude makes anyone unfit for office.

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RE:I only know him through his media persona.

You and 99.9999% of the planet.

So you won't vote for him because of what you've seen/heard....does it give you pause to wonder what others see in him...when they've seen what you've seen?

Trump does go after individuals instead.

In the party he wants to represent? With personal attacks/insults?

I cannot see how Hillary, after demonstrations such contentiousness toward the Republican party, could ever be a uniter as she claims that she wants to be.

IF you attack the "party" there is still the possibility to negotiate with individuals in the party...not all party members are of like mind. Both parties have their dissenting members.

Trump doesn't even claim to be a uniter....it's HIS way or the highway...Someone in UK complains about something he says...he closes a golf course....Signs of a BULLY/THUG.

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