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Message 21 of 36

The only people who are unaware of the real trump are his base. They seem to like the way that trump mistreats people and that he does not care about people. 

That is such a deranged aspect of trump supporters...the enjoyment of pain and abuse inflicted on those who are less fortunate. A very cruel group!

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Message 22 of 36

Trump could not care less about 150 Iranian deaths. Trump's purported concern is all a ploy ..... another Trump con job!

Recall that Trump didn't care about 32 MILLION AMERICANS when he and his Republican bandits attempted to take away their health care.  And now he wants us to believe his concern for 150 Iranian lives? ...... No Donald, most Americans are well aware of your cons!

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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@MsStretch wrote:

@Roxanna35 wrote:

Another piece of information, So Trump didn't know until the last minute that "only 150" lives" would be impacted?  don't they tell him anything  in advance when they  do the  actual planning?


From the Washington Post:

 

Early in the day, the president said he called off the attack at the last minute because it would have killed 150 people in retaliation for the downing of the drone. “We were cocked & loaded to retaliate last night on 3 different sights when I asked, how many will die,” he tweeted.

But administration officials said Trump was told earlier Thursday how many casualties could occur if a strike on Iran was carried out and that he had given the green light that morning to prepare the operation.

The confusion reinforced concerns about the Trump administration’s credibility at a time of military crisis.

Read the rest of the article: ‘We were cocked & loaded’: Trump’s account of Iran attack plan facing scrutiny

 

One of my main concerns about Trump when he was running for president (and granted, there were many) was his ability to handle foreign affairs.  It is a different world than making business deals.  Threats and gut instinct don't work like it does in real estate.


One correction for you. Trump never made business deals he ran a mob operation and made mob type deals. One example is he ran 2 sets of books on a hotel he and the City of NY were involved with. Took about 3 million from the city. The city got it back. One other example. He placed very large order for goods from a small supplier for his AC Casino. He then refused to pay. Told the guy sue me. (Mob did this all the time). Then he told the guy give me 70 more free and I will pay you. Guy was going bankrupt so did neither. What he did was put a gun to his head and kill himself. That was Trump in business.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@EdM965653 wrote:

 

 

The individual involved deserves nothing but disdain and disgust.

 

good day to all- Ed

 

Yes, he did disappoint many - those who would be willing to accept the 150 deaths in exchange for one more thing to attack the President over. - talk about disgusting.


 


 

Why yes, I'm thoroughly disgusted by tRump...

 

tRump is a "bonespur" lifelong coward who blames others for his shortcomings.

 

tRump is a life long liar and a deadbeat crook who hasn't properly paid what he owes.

 

tRump is a serial adulterer - and most likely a serial rapist - an admirable person according to pseudo-christian evangelicals - fake christians for sure.

 

tRump has always been ethically and morally bankrupt - unfit for office.

 

While you may like and respect him - the world disrespects him and makes jokes about him both behind his back and mocks him to his face - as the Queen of England did when she gave a book by Churchill to a man whose reading skills are easily surpassed by the average fifth grade child.

 

Yup - that puts us on opposite sides of the political divide...

 

 

 

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@Roxanna35 wrote:

Another piece of information, So Trump didn't know until the last minute that "only 150" lives" would be impacted?  don't they tell him anything  in advance when they  do the  actual planning?


From the Washington Post:

 

Early in the day, the president said he called off the attack at the last minute because it would have killed 150 people in retaliation for the downing of the drone. “We were cocked & loaded to retaliate last night on 3 different sights when I asked, how many will die,” he tweeted.

But administration officials said Trump was told earlier Thursday how many casualties could occur if a strike on Iran was carried out and that he had given the green light that morning to prepare the operation.

The confusion reinforced concerns about the Trump administration’s credibility at a time of military crisis.

Read the rest of the article: ‘We were cocked & loaded’: Trump’s account of Iran attack plan facing scrutiny

 

One of my main concerns about Trump when he was running for president (and granted, there were many) was his ability to handle foreign affairs.  It is a different world than making business deals.  Threats and gut instinct don't work like it does in real estate.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@EdM965653 wrote:

 

 

The individual involved deserves nothing but disdain and disgust.

 

good day to all- Ed

 

Yes, he did disappoint many - those who would be willing to accept the 150 deaths in exchange for one more thing to attack the President over. - talk about disgusting.


 


More likely Putin called at the last minute with instructions.  Trump knew about the 150 deaths days before according to his aides. 

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@EdM965653 wrote:

 

 

The individual involved deserves nothing but disdain and disgust.

 

good day to all- Ed

 

Yes, he did disappoint many - those who would be willing to accept the 150 deaths in exchange for one more thing to attack the President over. - talk about disgusting.


 

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Message 28 of 36

@KidBoy2 

If one is truly objective and truthful, they would understand that to oppose trump is not an act of hate or being hateful. 

It’s also interesting when the search for the truth, or speaking the truth is deemed to be hateful. 

Try trump opponents instead!

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Message 29 of 36
EdM965653 posted..


Good afternoon to all-

You accuse me of not being objective? How objective does one have to be when the individual involved makes one of his "tweets" to brag about how close we came to striking another country?

And the term "tweet" seems so very appropriate when applied to the individual involved.

Everything he ever said seems to fit the term "tweet" perfectly.



The individual involved deserves nothing but disdain and disgust.


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ob·jec·tive


(of a person or their judgment) not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts.
"historians try to be objective and impartial"
synonyms: impartial, unbiased, unprejudiced, nonpartisan, disinterested, nondiscriminatory, neutral, uninvolved, even-handed, equitable, fair, fair-minded, just, open-minded, dispassionate, detached, impersonal, unemotional, clinical
"an interviewer must try to be objective"

You, sir show you are not objective. I am....I hate what Trump says about others and the fact that he thinks he is always correct. I also see the economy, the fact that when he meets with world leaders he sticks up for our country, the fact he is trying to fix the crisis at our southern border, and many other things. You sir are stuck on your hate of Trump...for that you should fit in well on this board as most posters are Trump haters.

Have a good day.

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@Roxanna35 wrote:

Another piece of information, So Trump didn't know until the last minute that "only 150" lives" would be impacted?  don't they tell him anything  in advance when they  do the  actual planning?


Of course they don't tell him anything in advance - they know of his propensity for mindlessly blabbering national security related things to the world at large - thereby destroying what security once existed...

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