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The guy can't get a break.....

In light of the horrible attack in Nice, France, I have postponed tomorrow's news conference concerning my Vice Presidential announcement.

Last week he cancelled a rally because of the Dallas shooting....

Some week in the distant future nothing else will be going on and he will be the focus of the news networks.

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Obama you mean?

Trump has even personal class to postpone his personal events such as announcing his VP candidate yesterday, in light of tragic events, but Obama couldn't wait to hit the golf course immediately after hearing about the Ambassador’s murder nor did he hesitate to immediately leave the tarmac after the four bodies were removed from the plane to go to a fund raiser. A leader with real compassion is far better than a cold-blooded megalomaniac. You want us to give Obama a break for that?!

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Re:Obama you mean?

No...I was thinking of TheRUMP...It's difficult to be "the center of attention" when a more major news event is going on.

I can see the headlines now......

Death and injuries in France and Oh by the way, Trump chooses his VP.

Donald Trump was "so unsure" about selecting Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice president that he asked top advisers late Thursday night if he could change his mind, sources told CNN and NBC News.

It was widely reported Thursday that Pence would be Trump's choice, edging out former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Trump, however, told Fox News on Thursday night that he hadn't "made a final, final decision" yet.


"Final, final"?...What the heck is that?

See what kind of mood he is in when he wakes up in the morning then make a decision?

TheRUMP is "playing with ya"...A cat and mouse.....

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Yeah...he should play it cool

like our current president and don't let a crisis get in the way of important things like fundraisers. Even the Benghazi attack didn't phase him in that regard.

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RE:Even the Benghazi attack didn't phase him in that regard

Are you saying he 'turned the other cheek"?

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both cheeks and...

,,,the crack in the middle.

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(NT) Are you trying to be cheeky?
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I wonder how 'cool' BO will play it today

with six more police shot (3 dead so far with one clinging) in Baton Rouge, LA.

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All this is because....

...the blacks are losing "their president" and they know things will change. So, they have started it early.

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Like I said

Some week in the distant future nothing else will be going on and he will be the focus of the news networks.[/u[]


How do we know when to stop praying for Orlando and Texas, and start praying for Nice?

Chances are that very few people will remember what they were doing when they heard that someone drove a truck into the crowd during Bastille Day celebrations in Nice, France. That’s a consequence of this incident being the third major terrorist attack the country has seen in the last 18 months, and an unintended effect of a news cycle that’s constantly awash in tragedy. Are we still praying for Orlando today, or have we moved on to Nice? When, exactly, did we stop praying for Paris, or Boston? What colour will the Eiffel Tower be tonight?

But fast-forward to July, when a man with a truck made a graveyard out of the Promenade des Anglais, and the most the incident would do is borrow our attention, rather than seize it: tributes to Nice were sandwiched between tweets about Pokémon and Donald Trump’s vice presidential pick.

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