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Alferd , that response my man , deserved many kudos !!

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@Snoopy48 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

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It is common practice that criticism of ANY President stops at the water edge when he is overseas  doing what is best for the United States .....Too bad  this is not observed with this shady bunch of Democrats who only want to defeat Trump in the 2020 election. We will see how that works out for them. BTW- If Trump had made a good deal with North Korea the Dems would have criticized it as a bad deal ,no matter what it was . No Deal is better than a  Bad deal.


If you actually paid attention to history you would discover that this 'common practice' has only been in effect the past two years. The right had no problem attacking Obama regardless of where he was.

 

It is true that no deal is better than a bad deal; therefore, the best we can hope for with Trump doing the 'negotiating' is no deal.


Any examples of the Congress holding hearing looking to find something - anything on Obama while he was overseas negotiating?

 

If not - why post such nonsense?


You might want to read the post you are responding to before posting nonsense.


I responded to "The right had no problem attacking Obama regardless of where he was.". So again - anything on Obama while he was overseas negotiating?

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Snoopy48 wrote:

@easyed598 wrote:

It is common practice that criticism of ANY President stops at the water edge when he is overseas  doing what is best for the United States .....Too bad  this is not observed with this shady bunch of Democrats who only want to defeat Trump in the 2020 election. We will see how that works out for them. BTW- If Trump had made a good deal with North Korea the Dems would have criticized it as a bad deal ,no matter what it was . No Deal is better than a  Bad deal.


If you actually paid attention to history you would discover that this 'common practice' has only been in effect the past two years. The right had no problem attacking Obama regardless of where he was.

 

It is true that no deal is better than a bad deal; therefore, the best we can hope for with Trump doing the 'negotiating' is no deal.


Any examples of the Congress holding hearing looking to find something - anything on Obama while he was overseas negotiating?

 

If not - why post such nonsense?


You might want to read the post you are responding to before posting nonsense.

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@easyed598 wrote:

I seem to remember that Obama spent     over 6 million dollars to take 140 people entourage to Hawaii when he went on vacation. Guess that was money well spent. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Centrists wrote-Given it appears you don't know who wrote what here on this forum as indicated in your lat three posts to CT.....should we consider your memory to be accurate?----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------You are right -my memory was wrong-
Obama's Hawaii Christmas vacations cost taxpayers $35 million over 8 years - Washington Times


LOL. 

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@easyed598 wrote:

Snoopy wrote-If you actually paid attention to history you would discover that this 'common practice' has only been in effect the past two years. The right had no problem attacking Obama regardless of where he was.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Actually that never  happen when he was overseas but after Obama  got back Then it was labled the apology tour because he criticized his own country for being so great and was sorry about it.


You might want to check your 'facts' again.

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Alferd-wrote-It's not in the least surprising that he failed to successfully negotiate with Kim - claims to have walked away when in reality he was most likely dismissed-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------What an imagination-Kim was  stood up for dinner(table was set and food prepared) Trump cancelled . Sounds like Kim was dismissed but you always managed to twist the truth so what`s new?

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ahhh, nope:   Regardless of the nonsense that RW write, the comparison that some are making is that Donald blamed all the other Presidents that attempted to deal with N. Korea as bad / losers, etc.   They also never made a BFD about the negotiations, etc.   

  Donald in his ultimate desire to be fully in the limelight at all times,  ended up with egg (or worse) on his face because he ended up at the same place as every other President.   

 

Gee, Donald stated time and again that the failure was about sanctions being lifted.   Now those were either previous president sanctions or his own - it is always hard to tell, because he never speaks of specifics, except when blaming others for his failures.  

 

Next he will blame the Media, for reporting on the failed negotiation.    

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President Obama listened to the top 17 Intelligence Agencies and didn't think he knew more than all the Generals combined. He didn't get bamboozled by the "Great Leaders" of Russia , North Korea and Saudi Arabia.


tRunp has a life history of running away from his bleep-ups, telling lies about the bleep-ups, leaving others "holding the bag", and blaming someone else...

 

It's not in the least surprising that he failed to successfully negotiate with Kim - claims to have walked away when in reality he was most likely dismissed - and - now - after the bonespurs coward got "shot down in Vietnam" - like a fourth grader - he and his droogs blame Cohen.

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President Obama listened to the top 17 Intelligence Agencies and didn't think he knew more than all the Generals combined. He didn't get bamboozled by the "Great Leaders" of Russia , North Korea and Saudi Arabia.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsFR8DbSRQE

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President Obama listened to the top 17 Intelligence Agencies and didn't think he knew more than all the Generals combined. He didn't get bamboozled by the "Great Leaders" of Russia , North Korea and Saudi Arabia.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Apparently Trump didn`t either seeing he walked away from the North Korea deal which the Generals advised he should do. . Trump also walked away from the Russia nuclear deal treaty which  the Generals told him that the Russians  has continued to violate. Saudi Arabia has yet to be dealt with but they are our stongest ally in that region besides Israel and presents various problems .BTW -All these problems existed while Obama was Preisdent but he did nothing to address what was going on but instead apoligized at almost every foreign  country he visited for America being so great

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