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And to think we've been wasting billions of dollars every year for hundreds of years on professional diplomacy, when we could have just fired the entire diplomatic corps and tweeted insults to our closest allies to protect the nation's interests! #winning!

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Yes, for years the US has been paying our diplomatic corps to suck up to other countries to make them feel good. Enough is enough...its good that we have a President that is not afraid to stand up for our country. I hope he instills that into our diplomatic corps that deal with other countries.




Where on earth did you come up with this idea?  The diplomatic corps works for the good of America.  Can't say the same about Trump.  How are the farmers reacting to China's tariffs on soybeans?  I see the price is down about 20% and farmers are talking bankruptcy. 

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1.   The crowd estimate by a conservative paper in the UK estimated the crowd protesting Donald was 250K,   https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/donald-trump-london-protest-news-nearly-250000-protesters-march-a...

 

 2.   Citizens of UK are cheeky and they don't hold back when the call someone out.  https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/07/13/brits-dont-mince-words-most-irreverent-and-radical-sign...

 

3.     Ignoblers are now against diplomacy, seriously.   Warmongers are in full heat with Donald...apparently.     Why didn't they say that when GWB was shipping billions of dollars in cash to Iraq?   

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PaintItBlack posted..

And to think we've been wasting billions of dollars every year for hundreds of years on professional diplomacy, when we could have just fired the entire diplomatic corps and tweeted insults to our closest allies to protect the nation's interests! #winning!

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Yes, for years the US has been paying our diplomatic corps to suck up to other countries to make them feel good. Enough is enough...its good that we have a President that is not afraid to stand up for our country. I hope he instills that into our diplomatic corps that deal with other countries.



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Given Der Trumper's bombastic behavior, especially his interference in British politics, it would be appropriate for Her Majesty to cancel the tea and send Donny down the block for bangers and mash with an assistant footman.

 

As for the blimp (the floating one, not the ranting one) things like that do not work UNLESS there's a lot of truth behind the lampoon. The blimp works!!

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In MY Human Resources Department, I was trained to thoroughly read and understand all documents coming through the department, from policy directives to employment applications. @nctarheel.......bet you got in BIG trouble if you referred to someone's tush. I don't know why you notice Trump's tush and don't care to know. AND, so you don't read something into this, no it is not about your tush. You seem to mis-interpret that in the past. Kinda makes me sick on my tummy.

I am sorry that you are not feeling well.

 

I could sort of tell because your comments above lack meaning without further explanation.

 

What does, "I don't know why you notice Trump's tush and don't care to know." I ask you... To know what?????

 

Then you go on and you say, "AND, so you don't read something into this, no it is not about your tush." I never made a comment about my tush........Did you see a comment that I didn't see?

 

You go one step further and make the statement, "You seem to mis-interpret that in the past". I have scoured the archives to find what you are alluding to; but alas, I find nothing........ Again, have you seen a comment that I haven't seen?

 

I hope you feel better enabling you to clarify your comments above.

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Gee, trump does not feel welcome?

Why? Just because of the baby trump blimp, or ten of thousands in the streets protesting his visit, or just tea with the Queen and not a state dinner?

Well donnie, you get what you deserve!

And people all over the free world do

not approve of what you are doing. 

I did get a kick out of one protester’s  sign: Yankee Go Home! 

 

Remember, you are representing us, not you

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Trump feels unwelcome in Europe? Wait until he gets back to America. I understand orders for that Baby Trump balloon are through the roof. 

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@KidBoy2 wrote:
Its good that Trump is not afraid to stick up for our country!.

Telling other nations they should pay more for NATO has hit a nerve .... its about time.

The protesters in London act like the cry babies we have in the US...the ones that want more and more from our government when they in many case could and should pay their own way.

LOL if I need someone to stick up for me, I sure hope that person doesn't do it by attacking all my longtime friends. I guess you think it's different for countries, huh?

 

And to think we've been wasting billions of dollars every year for hundreds of years on professional diplomacy, when we could have just fired the entire diplomatic corps and tweeted insults to our closest allies to protect the nation's interests! #winning!

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Its good that Trump is not afraid to stick up for our country!.

Telling other nations they should pay more for NATO has hit a nerve .... its about time.

The protesters in London act like the cry babies we have in the US...the ones that want more and more from our government when they in many case could and should pay their own way.
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@Soosie wrote:
In MY Human Resources Department, I was trained to thoroughly read and understand all documents coming through the department, from policy directives to employment applications. @nctarheel.......bet you got in BIG trouble if you referred to someone's tush. I don't know why you notice Trump's tush and don't care to know. AND, so you don't read something into this, no it is not about your tush. You seem to mis-interpret that in the past. Kinda makes me sick on my tummy.

I'll just bet someone at the afternoon TEA Party could come up with a new banner to replace "Don't Tread on Me".  They could caption it "Don't Barf on Me" and substitute the balloon for the rattlesnake.  Works for me, how about you?

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