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Vetting Trump style?

by JP Bill / December 11, 2016 8:23 PM PST

TheRUMP puts a persons name out for a certain position in the administration.....Sits on the sidelines...and waits to hear what the public/press/government say about his "trial balloon".

THEN he decides what "he can live with" as far as the flak he will receive for his choices.

Puts a name out...waits till the complaints dies down...makes his pick.

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I don't see that as uncommon among
by Steven Haninger / December 12, 2016 2:05 AM PST
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people in leadership positions. Someone who puts people in place without some means of consulting others or the public gets another type of criticism. Such people are often referred to as "dictators". Personally, I see the office of POTUS as being best served by one who is more more managerial than despotic.

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Hmm, pretty smart
by James Denison / December 12, 2016 3:51 AM PST
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what's your point?

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Yep. He says he makes deals
by Steven Haninger / December 12, 2016 4:11 AM PST
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and not edicts. Everyone gets something they want but no one is promised to get all that they want. This suggests a willingness to compromise and is something that's been largely absent in the current administration. He's not started his term yet so there's no "proof" as to how he will operate.

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They wanted "transparency"
by James Denison / December 12, 2016 4:39 AM PST

like Obama promised and failed to deliver. Now they are getting the "transparency" and complaining. I'm thinking Liberals are NEVER satisfied about anything, even when they get what they said they wanted.

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