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rk9152:   There is nothing to indicate Putin has anything on President Trump. 

 

Nothing except Trump's refusal to ever say one bad word about Putin. It's obvious to nearly every sentient being that Trump fears Putin, and the only thing we don't know yet is why.


....or preferring productive negotiations to restarting the Cold War.

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True, the hatred for President Trump is unparalleled. And, since he is willing to counter-punch, the left has gone to extremes - like denying the President the right to private discussions.


Ah yes. "Everyone is just so mean to our little snowflake" is the Republican rule of the day. Usually because there is no other answer.........except that he is a miserable, lying, treasonous slimeball. That would also explain it.  

Not everyone, just the hate-filled left; no snowflake (they can't take it, he can). The explanation seems to be connected to the election results since the "mobs in the street" approach of the "Resistance" began before he was Inaugurated.

 

The fact that there are a ton of conservative (former?) Republicans saying "mean" things about this particular snowflake should tell you something about his morals and competency.  How do you get Laura Bush and Georage Will  to hate you?  Not easy, I suspect. 

 

Mess with the establishment.


 

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Good point, he doesn’t. Nor do we. 

And you are also correct that he is incapable of being a patriot or a leader. Hopefully some will see this under a full bright light and realize that his being a stable genius is on pretty shaky ground. 

Him telling the truth has long been on shaky ground too. 

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This one simple question: if trump doesn’t like us, why should we like him?

 

Idol worship isn’t our style!


Trump does not have to like us.  He has to represent us and not be a traitor to America. It seems he is incapable of doing those things, however. 

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This one simple question: if trump doesn’t like us, why should we like him?

 

Idol worship isn’t our style!

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rk9152:   There is nothing to indicate Putin has anything on President Trump. 

 

Nothing except Trump's refusal to ever say one bad word about Putin. It's obvious to nearly every sentient being that Trump fears Putin, and the only thing we don't know yet is why.

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@rk9152 wrote:

True, the hatred for President Trump is unparalleled. And, since he is willing to counter-punch, the left has gone to extremes - like denying the President the right to private discussions.


Ah yes. "Everyone is just so mean to our little snowflake" is the Republican rule of the day. Usually because there is no other answer.........except that he is a miserable, lying, treasonous slimeball. That would also explain it.  

 

The fact that there are a ton of conservative (former?) Republicans saying "mean" things about this particular snowflake should tell you something about his morals and competency.  How do you get Laura Bush and Georage Will  to hate you?  Not easy, I suspect. 

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Private meetings as a vehicle for negotiations is nothing new?


No but what is absolutely fascinating is that members of Congress on both sides of the aisle are discussing subpoenaing the interpreter so they can find out exactly what was said and agreed to.  Never happened to Obama, Clinton, or either of the Bush presidents.  Shows how little faith there is in a president who has literally lied 3K times BY COUNT. 


True, the hatred for President Trump is unparalleled. And, since he is willing to counter-punch, the left has gone to extremes - like denying the President the right to private discussions.


Obviously Putin has something on trump - only an obtuse trump supporter would believe otherwise.

 

 

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Private meetings as a vehicle for negotiations is nothing new?


No but what is absolutely fascinating is that members of Congress on both sides of the aisle are discussing subpoenaing the interpreter so they can find out exactly what was said and agreed to.  Never happened to Obama, Clinton, or either of the Bush presidents.  Shows how little faith there is in a president who has literally lied 3K times BY COUNT. 


True, the hatred for President Trump is unparalleled. And, since he is willing to counter-punch, the left has gone to extremes - like denying the President the right to private discussions.

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Private meetings as a vehicle for negotiations is nothing new?


No but what is absolutely fascinating is that members of Congress on both sides of the aisle are discussing subpoenaing the interpreter so they can find out exactly what was said and agreed to.  Never happened to Obama, Clinton, or either of the Bush presidents.  Shows how little faith there is in a president who has literally lied 3K times BY COUNT. 

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