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Okay. What good deals has trump completed which benefit a “majority of the citizens” of the US. 

Would certainly like to hear what they are. 

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@Richva wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@Richva wrote:

We are finally starting to see enough of the famous Trump Deals that we can map out the process he is following:

  1. Destroy the previous deal without giving any of the parties time to adjust or renegotiate.  This gets rid of the Obama era deal regardless of the impact. It puts the other parties (and the rest of the world) on notice that Trump will not keep America's word. Trump's base thinks it makes him look decisive. (Hold my beer and watch this)
  2. He fumbles through negotiations for a replacement deal. Changes negotiators either by choice or they quit in frustration. Tweets positions that have not been communicated to the negotiators so they are often caught unawares. 
  3. When even his base starts to ask about why he has not reached a new deal, he signs pretty much anything in front of him.  This is a pattern documented from his business deals. 
  4. Depends on the Democratic Congress to actually have the deal reviewed by trained staff (Trump has very few experienced analysts left). When they refuse to commit America to such a crappy deal, he happily blames them and forgets the entire thing. 

Bad "deals" must be dispensed with ASAP!


Yes but every time Congress does that to his deals, Trump complains. 


Congress does NOTHING to his deals and nothing to help the country!

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ROFLMAO -  is that the argument :  bad treaty, whichout any context and how the new yet to be approved treaty is better.    NOPE - that is the bull in the china shop answer - break things and hope that no one notices.   At the rate NAFTA redux is going, it will never be ratified by all 3 nations.  

 

A RW site pushed more bs.    When you only look at one side of the ledger, there is proof of something, so only look at that.     

 

Apparently some here believe that spouting words is all it takes to defend the current WH regime.   They seem not to know much about how economy works than they do about healthcare.   

PRO-LIFE is Affordable Healthcare for ALL .
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We're not the only game in town and China will deal elsewhere. Our Companies suffer and we will eventually pay more for goods.

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@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@Richva wrote:

We are finally starting to see enough of the famous Trump Deals that we can map out the process he is following:

  1. Destroy the previous deal without giving any of the parties time to adjust or renegotiate.  This gets rid of the Obama era deal regardless of the impact. It puts the other parties (and the rest of the world) on notice that Trump will not keep America's word. Trump's base thinks it makes him look decisive. (Hold my beer and watch this)
  2. He fumbles through negotiations for a replacement deal. Changes negotiators either by choice or they quit in frustration. Tweets positions that have not been communicated to the negotiators so they are often caught unawares. 
  3. When even his base starts to ask about why he has not reached a new deal, he signs pretty much anything in front of him.  This is a pattern documented from his business deals. 
  4. Depends on the Democratic Congress to actually have the deal reviewed by trained staff (Trump has very few experienced analysts left). When they refuse to commit America to such a crappy deal, he happily blames them and forgets the entire thing. 

Bad "deals" must be dispensed with ASAP!


Yes but every time Congress does that to his deals, Trump complains. 

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The following is targeted only at those who want to understand the true impact of tariffs. 

 

"What is the impact on countries targeted with tariffs?

 

Tariffs hurt exporters by making their products more expensive. They could struggle to maintain their sales, which could cause profits to fall and, potentially, the country’s economy to shrink"

 

"Tariffs also act as an economic drag in the countries using them. When consumers bear the brunt of tariff costs, it makes them effectively poorer because prices are higher. Many economists agree that this has been the result of the wave of U.S. tariffs implemented in 2018."

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NOTHAPPENING:  Bad "deals" must be dispensed with ASAP!

 

 

 

 

Not when it's obvious that Trump has no idea if a deal is actually good or bad before he tosses it.

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@Richva wrote:

We are finally starting to see enough of the famous Trump Deals that we can map out the process he is following:

  1. Destroy the previous deal without giving any of the parties time to adjust or renegotiate.  This gets rid of the Obama era deal regardless of the impact. It puts the other parties (and the rest of the world) on notice that Trump will not keep America's word. Trump's base thinks it makes him look decisive. (Hold my beer and watch this)
  2. He fumbles through negotiations for a replacement deal. Changes negotiators either by choice or they quit in frustration. Tweets positions that have not been communicated to the negotiators so they are often caught unawares. 
  3. When even his base starts to ask about why he has not reached a new deal, he signs pretty much anything in front of him.  This is a pattern documented from his business deals. 
  4. Depends on the Democratic Congress to actually have the deal reviewed by trained staff (Trump has very few experienced analysts left). When they refuse to commit America to such a crappy deal, he happily blames them and forgets the entire thing. 

Bad "deals" must be dispensed with ASAP!

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We are finally starting to see enough of the famous Trump Deals that we can map out the process he is following:

  1. Destroy the previous deal without giving any of the parties time to adjust or renegotiate.  This gets rid of the Obama era deal regardless of the impact. It puts the other parties (and the rest of the world) on notice that Trump will not keep America's word. Trump's base thinks it makes him look decisive. (Hold my beer and watch this)
  2. He fumbles through negotiations for a replacement deal. Changes negotiators either by choice or they quit in frustration. Tweets positions that have not been communicated to the negotiators so they are often caught unawares. 
  3. When even his base starts to ask about why he has not reached a new deal, he signs pretty much anything in front of him.  This is a pattern documented from his business deals. 
  4. Depends on the Democratic Congress to actually have the deal reviewed by trained staff (Trump has very few experienced analysts left). When they refuse to commit America to such a crappy deal, he happily blames them and forgets the entire thing. 
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