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@rk9152 wrote:

 

To concern oneself with counting the number of times he says it is to indicate no interest in the meaning - but only a pettiness about the President,


My sides are splitting with laughter.

 

For two years, you have defended Trump's use of the phrase at almost every venue in which he spoke. Explanations regarding the use of the phrase were made public and fell on deaf ears, including your own.

 

For two years, you have defended Trump's ridicule and contempt of Obama and Clinton for refusing to use the phrase.

 

And now........ you say discussion of it is petty.

 

Give me a break..... you can't have your cake and eat it too.

 

What you are slowly discovering is that THE PORCINE PRESIDENT is a weak, indecisive man.

 

He has no idea what to do with North Korea.... he says one thing one day like "They are respecting us" and threats war on another day.

 

Same goes for the use of the phrase Radical Islamic Terrorists. Used it free as a bird in the campaign and now, is afraid of urinating in his tidy whiteys if he uses it again.

 

There are many other examples of his growing weakness as a President.

 

Removal from office is on the horizon.

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Trump's favorite phrase?

 

"we want to rent the entire top floor. of your Washington hotel  Set up a huge banquet with all the top dollar choices.  Spare no expense.............what do you mean when are we checking in?"

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@oceanedge2 wrote:

jim - Many let their emotions drive their life...

 

Link - Breitbart has ramped up its criticism of Trump's White House in recent weeks, in the wake of former chief strategist Stephen Bannon's departure from the White House and return to Breitbart.

 

Does this mean you're a No Longer Bud of Bannon guy now?


LOL!!!

 

Apparently you are really out of touch with Breitbart News and Steve Bannon.

 

Consider reading more before you comment.

 

Too FUNNY!!

 

 

 

 

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Sure glad you cleared all that up for me....I had wondered.

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@MIseker wrote:
its a good thing no one critisized the Obama admin for not using that phrase. I might think those people were exhibiting some absolute pettiness or thy were letting their emotions drive them.

The term is used to express a person's feelings about ISIS. Or, possibly, the feelings of our nation about ISIS. President Trump has certainly used the term sufficiently to establish things. 

 

To concern oneself with counting the number of times he says it is to indicate no interest in the meaning - but only a pettiness about the President,

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its a good thing no one critisized the Obama admin for not using that phrase. I might think those people were exhibiting some absolute pettiness or thy were letting their emotions drive them.
So it begins.
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jim - Many let their emotions drive their life...

 

Link - Breitbart has ramped up its criticism of Trump's White House in recent weeks, in the wake of former chief strategist Stephen Bannon's departure from the White House and return to Breitbart.

 

Does this mean you're a No Longer Bud of Bannon guy now?

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@rk9152 wrote:

The absolute pettiness sometimes exhibited is truly amazing.


Many let their emotions drive their life...

 

 

 

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The absolute pettiness sometimes exhibited is truly amazing.

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@nctarheel wrote:

 

I'm sorry.... I couldn't help myself.Smiley Very Happy


LOL! I knew that. 🙂 Make it a great day. (We are sometimes better off when he doesn't speak his own words. His lexicon is good for rallys, less so for policy. MHO)

 

"The key to success is to keep growing in all areas of life - mental, emotional, spiritual, as well as physical." Julius Erving
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