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What drop?

In reply to: TheRUMP claims "credit" for rise in stock market

None I've seen in stock market. Did someone as him about his bicycle linkage? News to me.

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In reply to: TheRUMP claims "credit" for rise in stock market

Trump inherited a growing economy.
All he has to do is sit back and not screw it up.

As I've said in the past the guy does not seem to have a grip on reality.

Between his mouth and his tweets he supplies a constant supply of ammo to his critics.

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and they keep....

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....shooting themselves in the foot with it. It's like giving kids loaded guns and expecting them to use it responsibly, that's the Liberal Press of today's world.

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In reply to: and they keep....

Sometimes that's true, other times they just report the question and his answer.

It becomes obvious the guy does not have any idea about the subject matter.

Why can't pols just say 'I don't know' or 'I don't have an opinion'?

Instead they come out with some off the cuff ramble that the media has a field day with.

I don't expect any pol to have an opinion or answer on everything.

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