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I remember him saying something about that although I didn't know what the hell he was talking about and he seemed to hint it was about the Clinton marriage. I agree that if he stoops to targeting their marriage instead of discussing issues, that SHOULD finish him. But we can't underestimate the stupidity of his supporters. They actually believe he destroyed Hillary in that debate. Then again, so does the Wall Street Journal. I don't know what debate they were watching but it wasn't the one the rest of America watched because the rest of America saw Trump reduced to a sputtering ignoramus the last two and a half hours of the debate. He kept interrupting Hillary to interject the stupidest remarks and lies when they weren't bizarre admissions. A winner doesn't complain afterward that he had a faulty mic and that Lester Holt was biased in favor of Hillary via his choice of questions. What questions were those, Donnie, the ones that required a functioning brain to answer? The only thing transparent about the Trump campaign is his incessant lying. This guy is a buffoon. How could anyone sane vote for him?



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I don't know what debate they were watching but it wasn't the one the rest of America watched because the rest of America saw Trump reduced to a sputtering ignoramus the last two and a half hours of the debate.

2.5 hours? The debate was 90 minutes.



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2.5 hours? The debate was 90 minutes.



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It seemed to me that it lasted three fucking hours and I actually thought it must have been. And I still think it was even though nobody could possibly listen to Trump for 2.5 hours.



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It seemed to me that it lasted three fucking hours and I actually thought it must have been. And I still think it was even though nobody could possibly listen to Trump for 2.5 hours.

The first repub debate was actually 3 hours. That was unnecessarily long. I think it was a year ago.



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But what did they have--17 candidates at the time and all of them wanting their share of the debate stage? Not that the entire lot of them were worth listening to for 3 minutes much less 3 hours. Rubio, at least, understands the difference between first use and first strike and he knows what the nuclear triad is so they go and give the nomination to the guy who has no clue what that stuff is and doesn't care. We're doomed.



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accountability.

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Trump can't seem to make up his mind whether the Russians are behind the email hacking scandal or not. Then he said it was China. Then he said if it was the Russians, they have 33,000 emails of Clinton's and should release them but at the same time, he said it was total disrespect for Russia or China to hack us. Now he's back to saying that we don't know who it is even though 17 intelligence organizations (the USIC is made up of 16 agencies, in addition to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence) say that Russia is the source of the hack.

Russia is almost certainly the source for Wikileaks. Even the politically neutral PolitiFact agrees with that. I keep encountering people online who tell me Wikileaks and Julian Assange are all they trust. They don't trust Snopes which they insist is a tool of the democratic party. So they are going to reject articles written by known authors with citations to back their assertions in favor of a source that publishes info stolen by mostly anonymous people that may or may not be a deliberate ruse set up by a some govt agency or other. We have to trust that the Russians or Wikileaks didn't doctor any of the shit up. We have to trust a guy who has spent 4 years holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London because he's scared he'll be extradited to Sweden to face rape charges. If I was innocent and being accused of rape, I would demand a trial as quickly as possible. I would demand to see the evidence against me knowing they couldn't have anything other than falsified testimony. By his fleeing and seeking asylum, I have no reason but to conclude Assange is guilty as charged. Now that may have no bearing on the info his organization is leaking but, frankly, I'm not inclined to give an organization run by someone as that the time of day.

The upshot is that Trump himself said the hacking was likely Russian or Chinese but then, by opening his own big mouth too much, put himself on the side of the Russians and then started saying that we don't know who did the hacking.

He roundly got his ass kicked in the debates. By the third one, Clinton was deftly baiting traps for Trump to waltz into and then grinned broadly as she and the world watched him do just that. It was actually amusing to watch Clinton grin watching Trump bumble into trap after trap. You figure more experienced politicians as Mitch McConnell had to be facepalming hard enough to give himself a bloody nose watching Trump blunder into obvious traps. By analogy, imagine walking in the woods with a buddy and you come a sign with an arrow that says, "THIS WAY TO AVOID A TRAP." So you follow the arrow up to a snare set on the ground with a sign on it that says, "THIS MAY LOOK LIKE A SNARE BUT I PROMISE IT IS NOT. YOU CAN STEP IN IT AND NOTHING WILL HAPPEN." So your buddy steps in it and it instantly springs and now he's dangling by an ankle yelling for you to help him. What would you do? You'd stand there shaking your head in disbelief. Yet, that's what Clinton did to Trump over and over again.

So much the efficacy of outsiders playing politics. And I'm sick of watching assholes giving free passes to the outsider. I don't care if he is an outsider or not. Being an outsider should not be a free pass to talk like a racist bigot. It should not be a free pass to tell bald-faced lies while holding the insider opponent to the letter. It should not be a free pass to grope women and have extra-marital affairs while condemning his opponent (or her husband) for the same behavior. It should not be a free pass to show utter ignorance of how govt works when you'd lambaste his opponent for showing the same ignorance. All that tells me is that you are too stupid to vote.

Fortunately, most Americans seem to get this and I will be genuinely shocked if Trumps gets in. As far as electoral votes go, I expect this to be pretty lopsided.



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i'm amused to read how wrong I was about nearly everything concerning this election. I said Trump would not get the republican nomination and I was wrong. I said he would not get elected and I was wrong. I said the electoral vote would be lopsided for Hillary and I was dead wrong. In fact, I thought the popular vote would be very close and I was wrong about that too. Hillary has received 2 million more votes than Trump but lost every swing state. Geesh, she only needed a couple and she lost every single one.

The Trumpettes have demonstrated what a queer lot they are by openly gloating and yet become infuriated if you don't agree with them that Trump deserves the presidency. They are the sorest winners I've ever encountered. You would have thought they lost. I think they are mad that he won on electoral votes and falls further and further behind as more popular votes are counted. Though they gloat, you can see that it irks them and that they almost wish Trump had won the popular vote even if he lost the presidency.

But already the carriage is turning back into a pumpkin. Trump is backing off a lot of promises and pissing some people off.

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He's not going after Clinton as he promised but 62% of his voters expected him to. Even though he acts like it's his decision, he has no authority. the Justice Dept has to make the call and he cannot in any way coerce them. They won't do it because there is nothing to prosecute. But a lot of his supporters are very angry now and calling him just another insider. Well, people, Trump and the Clintons are old FRIENDS! They've known one another a long time! No, he's not going to prosecute. He said that to get your vote.

Rush Limbaugh said he never really thought Trump would go after Clinton but he's still satisfied. Others have said that about the wall--they don't really expect him to build it just beef up the border a bit more. Well, people, why would you vote for someone you KNOW isn't going to keep the promises he is making to you??? Isn't that why you turned against the establishment politicians?? What's that? You just wanted to send a message to Washington? What message was that--that from now on we want crass, bullying, racist, misogynistic blowhards that can't get on message and don't keep their outlandish promises?? Boy, you certainly showed them!!

Then we have Mr Outsider tapping the biggest insiders in the GOP to fill posts. People who were critical of him all through the election are now thrilled to take posts in his administration. Doesn't that set off alarm bells? Of course, in two years, they'll be resigning en masse and claiming they were always against him as a president. Yes, I am saying that I don't think Trump will finish two years before he resigns or is impeached and forced out and those who wisely distanced themselves from him and then very unwisely got in bed with him will be forced to distance themselves from him again and try to make it look like they never supported him. That worked really well for Hillary in voting to authorize war with Iraq.

By then, most of his supporters will not shed a tear because they will have long since decided him to be the Great Betrayer. He's also showing a resistance to scuttling the ACA. I am predicting he will keep it because there's nothing to replace it with. In his list of things-to-do in his first 100 days, he mentioned nothing about the ACA or the wall.

The wall, of course, will not get built. He's already saying parts of it will be a fence. Of course, that's code for MOST of it will be a fence. The wall is not only hugely expensive but it will need openings for Indian tribes and migrating animals and this already compromises it. Much of the area where the wall will sit actually shifts significantly and won't hold much weight making a wall all but impossible. Maintenance would be astronomically high. The $26 billion price tag is, IMO, far too low (even though that's already way more than congress will spend). The final price will be over $100 billion and probably $200 billion. And that's not counting patrolling and maintaining the wall. No, he'll slap up a few hundred more miles of fencing and call it a day and it won't do a damned thing to stop illegals (who's numbers are declining anyway). Besides, his first 100 days list also said nothing about the wall.

He's also shifting on climate change. Before it was a hoax perpetrated by China but now there might be some "connectivity" between the climate and human interaction. That won't go over big for the Fox News crowd for whom climate change is something only damn sissy faggot libtards believe in.

He does seem intent on scuttling TPP but that leaves China in charge of forging a new alliance with former-TPP nations and will shut the US out entirely. I don't get a good feeling about that at all. Not at all.

He has also shifted on torture. Trump couldn't talk big enough about how these towelhead bastards need to be tortured until they're squirming on the floor in a puddle of their own blood but now torture is out. We're not going to do it.

I have a feeling that by the time he leaves office, whenever that might be, everyone will be happy to see him go.



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I have a feeling that by the time he leaves office, whenever that might be, everyone will be happy to see him go.

Heh, well as you say you've been wrong about everything else (as have many of us), what if you're wrong about that? Consider 8 years of Trump followed by someone in the same mold but much worse - perhaps with violent militias enforcing adherence to propaganda. Fun times ahead...



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I have a feeling that by the time he leaves office, whenever that might be, everyone will be happy to see him go.

Overjoyed, more than likely. Yes, you were wrong about Trump just as I was, but at least you did say he needed to be taken seriously.

But (I can hear the objectors saying to me), you're not even giving Trump a chance to succeed! You're just doing to him what you objected to when, in 2012, the Republicans said they'd block anything Obama tried to accomplish. The point is that most of the plans he has put forth should be rejected out of hand, should not ever see the light of day. But as DB has said, the hope--if that is the word--here is Trump's own scattershot and ad hoc approach to governing, at which he is more inexperienced than a small-town mayor. He simply will now let pragmatism take over in many cases, dropping many ambitions that were just poses anyway, although he'll select a few pet causes with harmful potential.

A pundit description of Trump during the campaign that I like compares him to a second-rate jazz musician, improvising according to the stimulus in front of him. He has even said that he focused on keeping the light on the cameras glowing red, indicating that his words were going right to the cable news feed. All publicity is good publicity. Now that he is pres-elect, even his supporters, I think, will demand more coherence and consistency from him. Can he deliver?

I find it puzzling and exasperating that Trump has so little respect for the office of the presidency that he would not think it necessary to divest himself as much as possible of conflicts of interest. Already he has done very disturbing things that presage a deluge of crony capitalism. It is that corruption that many writers are warning could cost him his office in relatively short order. He seems blithely unaware of the dangers to himself and the country.



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Overjoyed, more than likely. Yes, you were wrong about Trump just as I was, but at least you did say he needed to be taken seriously.

But (I can hear the objectors saying to me), you're not even giving Trump a chance to succeed! You're just doing to him what you objected to when, in 2012, the Republicans said they'd block anything Obama tried to accomplish. The point is that most of the plans he has put forth should be rejected out of hand, should not ever see the light of day. But as DB has said, the hope--if that is the word--here is Trump's own scattershot and ad hoc approach to governing, at which he is more inexperienced than a small-town mayor. He simply will now let pragmatism take over in many cases, dropping many ambitions that were just poses anyway, although he'll select a few pet causes with harmful potential.


I'm guessing the banks and brokerage houses will run wild and there will be hell to pay for that. I'm super worried that he is going to destroy all advances we've made in alternative energy sources and give free reign to the coal industry. But maybe not since he's now hedging on climate change. I think he's stacking the deck--he wants to bring back jobs via the coal industry but if that doesn't work then he'll say he couldn't do it because the atmosphere is too fragile to handle all the waste. But it's potentially catastrophic. I expect a lot of scandals.

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A pundit description of Trump during the campaign that I like compares him to a second-rate jazz musician, improvising according to the stimulus in front of him. He has even said that he focused on keeping the light on the cameras glowing red, indicating that his words were going right to the cable news feed. All publicity is good publicity. Now that he is pres-elect, even his supporters, I think, will demand more coherence and consistency from him. Can he deliver?


Trump has no real base. He has a hodge-podge of support--racists, Christians, xenophobes, conservatives who'll believe anything as long as it comes out of the mouth of another conservative, old guard America-firsters, Hillary-haters, the unemployed, people who can't ever bring themselves to vote for democrats no matter how bad the republican candidate is, etc. They are loosely allied but focused differently and want different things from Trump. So part of this base expects him to build the wall but part of it doesn't believe he really meant it. Similarly, many expect him to jail Hillary Clinton but many don't. It's great for getting yourself elected but it's hell trying to satisfy them all once you get elected as Trump is already finding out. While the racists really want that wall built, they don't really care about Hillary as much as they hate her. The unemployed just want him to bring them jobs as he promised but don't care about promoting Christianity. Trump became many things to these many people but he can't possibly maintain that facade because now he has to prove it. He bit off WAY more than he can chew. It's hard to say what will happen once the majority of his support accepts that he duped them.

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I find it puzzling and exasperating that Trump has so little respect for the office of the presidency that he would not think it necessary to divest himself as much as possible of conflicts of interest. Already he has done very disturbing things that presage a deluge of crony capitalism. It is that corruption that many writers are warning could cost him his office in relatively short order. He seems blithely unaware of the dangers to himself and the country.


Sure. That will be his downfall. He's a greedy man and he just can't let go of those sources of wealth. He's using his children to smokescreen what he's doing and he'll be lucky if one of them doesn't end up in jail because of it. Already, some of his supporters are angry that his children are involved in his policy-making saying, "We elected you not them." But, as you say, he's just up there winging it and he's going to keep winging it until someone tells him he has to stop. By then, who knows what damage will have been done.



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Heh, well as you say you've been wrong about everything else (as have many of us), what if you're wrong about that? Consider 8 years of Trump followed by someone in the same mold but much worse - perhaps with violent militias enforcing adherence to propaganda. Fun times ahead...


My biggest fear of Trump is that he's opened doors that should have been left sealed off--racism, xenophobia, etc.--and that, while he wouldn't get elected, they would eventually advance a candidate who was slick enough to push the same agenda and get elected. Ironically, that got short-circuited with Trump's election. Although the alt-right is celebrating now, it was the worst thing that could have happened for them. They thrive on having a president they hate, that they can demonize, they do their best recruitment then. They supported Trump, he got in, they can't complain now without making themselves look foolish. They'd have been far better off with a Hillary presidency. The alt-right will die over the next four years although a new beast will eventually emerge from the carcass.

I don't see 8 years of Trump. I can't see anyone wanting to continue his legacy after he leaves office UNLESS he turns out to be a good president. That, however, is so remote as to be laughable. The best we can hope for is that he didn't fuck everything up as badly as he could have and that might well be because he didn't finish his term.

However, I don't have much hope for America even if we clean house after Trump. We'll go right back again to rightwing agendas after a short period of progress. We LOVE these idiots!! We keep voting them back in for no reason. What was SO BAD that had to have a Trump in the White House? Nothing. There was nothing particularly wrong. Republicans have to really fuck things up to get voted out but any progressive agenda is on borrowed time as soon as it starts and will have the plug pulled on it for no reason other than to get rightwingers back into power because apparently we just love these assholes and can't live without them. So after Trump,Ii see a period of progress that will be quickly overturned for no reason and rightwing regressive policies will be re-enshrined. I thought after 2012 that the non-white population was large enough to finally destroy the stupidity of white people at the polls but I now realize that they will sit idly by and watch whites wreck the system again and again and just shrug as if it doesn't matter. Others will take to the streets and act like idiots. I have no faith in them either.



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I have just returned from my first ever visit to the USA. Now, I admit it was a visit to the Deep South, so I hope it doesn't reflect the rest of America, but although I thoroughly enjoyed myself, and honestly didn't feel as though I was abroad at all, I was shocked and upset by the segregation and discrimination of the black peoples. I don't think it will improve with Trump as president. Unfortunately, this situation will effect the whole world. History repeats itself. It's like when Hitler got into power in Germany but more influential. Aren't we living in interesting times? Love you my USA friends. It can happen anywhere when people get scared and blame a certain set of people for the unfairness. It's just that your Country is so big and powerful.


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Penelope: Having grown up on the western verge of the "Deep South," (semi-rira; east Texas), I understand your point of view. I can easily remember the days of "While" and "Colored" restrooms, drinking fountains, and even waiting rooms at the railway station. Things have changed, and are changing. But yes, prejudice still exists and probably will as long as various groups feel the need to "be superior" to another. I could go on for a long time, but I won't bore you. I am glad you enjoyed your visit and wish I could reciprocate and visit the U.K. Maybe someday.


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