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-What exactly did Trump lose? CT wrote-WRONG AGAIN....CT did NOT write "Estimates are "at LEAST 6 million dollars of tax payer money".  He DID "win" much more egg on his face....an embarrassment"  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------So if Trump made a deal this would have money well spent for world peace.   Sure would have been, but he didn't.  As usual he was arrogant and poorly prepared.  He's an idiot!  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. 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?


 


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-What exactly did Trump lose? CT wrote-Estimates are "at LEAST 6 million dollars of tax payer money".  He DID "win" much more egg on his face....an embarrassment------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------So if Trump made a deal this would have money well spent for world peace. 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.

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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.

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@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.


That whole idea was destroyed by REPUBLICANS who could not resist lying about President Obama's many SUCCESSFUL summits with foreign leaders.

 Second item is it only applied to Presidents who were doing what is best for the United States. Does NOT apply to a ToadPOTUS who is being obsequious to mass murderers in the vain hope somehow he will get something to divert attention from his unravelling criminal conspiracies he calls his "administration".

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It's never the fault of our Fourth-Grader-in-Chief...

 

It's always someone else's fault...

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Is there anything Cooper said that was inaccurate?  I didn't think so.


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It is easy to see why Cooper has a fan club among the left here, he plays the came the same way:

1. Plays dumb as to the President's words;

2. Gets ever so cutsey;

3. Claims that the President blamed Cohen; and

4. Even mentions Fox.

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What exactly did Trump lose?


trump lost the respect of a majority of American Citizens - and lost the respect of the majority of world leaders.

 

Once again - just like with his multiple bankruptcies - failed multiple marriages - and failed attempts at diplomacy - he has shown that he has always been a big mouthed braggart that can't deliver - and then just like a fourth-grader - blames it on someone else...

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@easyed598 wrote:

 

All fase accusations-With Trump derangement Syndrome at full peak.  

 

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HOW IS COHEN RESPONSIBLE FOR NORTH KOREA FLOP??????

 

That's an easy one, @Centristsin2010 .

 

Think about it.

 

(1) TRUMP THE CHUMP was not responsible for his first bankruptcy.

(2) TRUMP THE CHUMP was not responsible for his second bankruptcy.

(3) TRUMP THE CHUMP was not responsible for his third bankruptcy.

(4) TRUMP THE CHUMP was not responsible for his fourth bankruptcy.

(5) TRUMP THE CHUMP was not responsible for grabbing female crotches.

(6) TRUMP THE CHUMP was not responsible for paying off porno stars.

(7) TRUMP THE CHUMP was not responsible for the loss of the House.

 

and so on and so forth. You get the idea.

 

He AIN'T responsible for anything!!!

 

So the talks that HE WALKED OUT OF..................

 

So the talks that HE SAID HE WALKED OUT OF BECAUSE OF A LACK OF NEGOTIATION ON KIM JONG UN'S PART..........................

 

After a couple of days, he's blaming on someone else.

 

He's done it all his life; why change now?????

 

Funny part is..... his supporters believe his misplacement of blame each and every time, no matter how outlandish it is.

 

For example, TRUMP THE CHUMP already assessed the blame on Kim Jong Un in a news conference and his FOLLOWERS believed it........ and now, he shifted blame in a TWEET and his followers now believe that.

 

Puppets.

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