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We must stop this man from destroying America.  We must move out those Republican sycophants who refuse to stand up to him.  Together they have created chaos in our nation and have corrupted our credibility and standing in the world.

VOTE on November 6th!

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@n566192l wrote:

I would like to know how come Trump is the only President who was found a loophole in the constitution on this topic.

 


Easy answer. Trump is the only President who is trying to be a Dictator, and that means he has to get rid of the Constitution, and his far right enablers support that. You are seeing the country  go further down the path Germany did in the 1930 as Hitler became a Dictator after being elected.

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@n566192l wrote:

I would like to know how come Trump is the only President who was found a loophole in the constitution on this topic.

 


Well ......... he said he was a stable genius !  ROFLMAO !!!!!!!


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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I would like to know how come Trump is the only President who was found a loophole in the constitution on this topic.

 

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Yep!  It is perfectly clear that Trader Trump is taking us all for a ride.   Now,  he "said" he was going to run this country and his administration just like a business.   And from what I can see, he's doing just that!   He's going  to drive us right into bankruptcy (or pretty darn close to it) just like he did in his own private business dealings.  This is what we get for letting this  dictator-lovin',  morally bankrupt, character-flawed, self-centered, blow-hard, dictator-wannanbe, egomaniac,  lunatic take over the presidency and "that" he did by deceit and with help from the meddling of his best bud--Putin.

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U.S. government on course to borrow the most money since the financial crisis

 

The Treasury Department predicted the U.S. government’s borrowing needs in the second half of this year will jump to the most since last decade’s financial crisis as the nation’s fiscal health deteriorates despite a strong economy.

 

The department expects to issue $329 billion in net marketable debt from July through September, the fourth-largest total for that quarter on record and higher than the $273 billion estimated in April, Treasury said in a report Monday.

 

The department’s forecast for the October-December quarter is $440 billion, bringing the second-half borrowing estimate to $769 billion, the highest since $1.1 trillion in July-December 2008.

 

The estimates were “quite a bit higher than our expectations,” Thomas Simons, senior money-market economist at Jefferies, said in a note.

 

The yield on the U.S. 10-year note edged higher to almost 2.98% following publication of the borrowing outlook, but remained within its daily trading range. The two-year rate was steady around 2.67%, close to its low for the day.

 

The Treasury is boosting sales of bills, notes and bonds to help finance a budget gap that’s widening after President Trump signed $1.5 trillion in tax cuts late last year and the Republican-controlled Congress approved a roughly $300-billion spending increase.

 

The deficit totaled $607 billion through the first nine months of the fiscal year that ends Sept. 30, compared with $523 billion from a year earlier.

 

The Congressional Budget Office in late June predicted total government spending would exceed revenue by $1 trillion in 2020.

 

Source - http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-treasury-borrowing-20180730-story.html

 

 

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House Speaker Paul Ryan pushed back on Tuesday on President Trump's claim that he can strip birthright citizenship from the U.S. via executive order, saying such a move would be "unconstitutional."

 

"Well, you obviously cannot do that," Ryan told radio station WVLK in Kentucky. "You cannot end birthright citizenship with an executive order."

 

Ryan noted any changes to a constitutional amendment require an act of Congress, adding:

 

"We didn't like it when Obama tried changing immigration laws via executive action, and obviously as conservatives we believe in the Constitution. ... I'm a believer in following the plain text of the Constitution and I think in this case the 14th Amendment is pretty clear, and that would involve a very, very lengthy constitutional process."

 

 

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Source - https://www.npr.org/2018/10/30/662043904/trump-says-he-will-void-birthright-citizenship-law-through-...

 

 

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