Trump Pathological Liar

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  1. katsung47

    katsung47 Well-Known Member

    Quote, "A majority of white voters elected THE worst president in history. Intelligent???

    By blackascoal

    The implication is that whites know better .. and perhaps politics is above the heads of black voters. So in their 'wisdom' .. a majority of white voters elected the absolute worst president in American history .. a celebrity clown and buffoon .. a complete failure in under two months.

    Given the propensity of white republicans to always question the political intelligence of black voters .. surely it's fair to question the intelligence of that majority of white voters who elected a danger and total embarrassment to this nation .. or more correctly stated, the lack of intelligence.

    Where is the intelligence in electing a loud-mouth lying celebrity with no legislative experience to be the President of the United States? Where?

    Trump is no surprise, he's exactly as advertised .. a clown .. a clown who hates people .. particularly people with non-white skin. How's that working out for you?

    Get rid of Obamacare? Sure, go ahead and do it .. what are you waiting on? Oh wait .. millions of whites who vote republican are benefitting from Obamacare and don't want to let it go. It seems they've spent 8 years voting against their own best interests. Where was the intelligence in that? Truth is, white republican voters spend a lot of time voting against their best interests. 9 of out the 10 poorest states in the country, and 97 out of the 100 poorest counties in America are republican controlled .. and their citizens benefit from the safety nets legislated by democrats. Maybe Trump will help them grow up as he attempts to yank away their healthcare in preference to his rich friends.
  2. katsung47

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    President Trump Signs Bill Overturning Internet Privacy Protections
    Katie Reilly
    Apr 03, 2017

    President Donald Trump on Monday signed into law a controversial measure repealing online privacy protections established by the Federal Communications Commission under the Obama Administration.

    The rules, which would have taken effect in December, required internet service providers — including Comcast, Verizon and AT&T — to obtain permission from customers before sharing personal data like their web-browsing history. The rules were aimed at preventing internet providers from selling that data without permission.

    Critics of the rules argued they were an example of government overreach and were unfair because tech companies, like Google and Facebook, are not required to get such permission before tracking customers' habits.
  3. katsung47

    katsung47 Well-Known Member

    Donald Trump has 'dangerous mental illness', say psychiatry experts at Yale conference
    Mental health experts say President is 'paranoid and delusional'

    May Bulman 4/21/2017

    Donald Trump has a “dangerous mental illness” and is not fit to lead the US, a group of psychiatrists has warned during a conference at Yale University

    Mental health experts claimed the President was “paranoid and delusional”, and said it was their “ethical responsibility” to warn the American public about the “dangers” Mr Trump’s psychological state poses to the country.
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  4. katsung47

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    Our Dishonest President

    APRIL 2, 2017

    It was no secret during the campaign that Donald Trump was a narcissist and a demagogue who used fear and dishonesty to appeal to the worst in American voters. The Times called him unprepared and unsuited for the job he was seeking, and said his election would be a “catastrophe.”
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    Japanese Interpreter: Translating Trump Word For Word Makes Us ‘Sound Stupid’

    Some things get lost in Trumpslation.

    By David Moye Feb 25, 2017

    Donald Trump says things that can defy description—and that’s proving a challenge for translators around the globe.

    Tokyo-based translator Chikako Tsuruta told the Japan Times that translating the president into Japanese is a challenge, what with the lack of logic or concern for facts.

    “[Trump] rarely speaks logically, and he only emphasizes one side of things as if it were the absolute truth,” Tsuruta said. “There are lots of moments when I suspected his assertions were factually dubious.”
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  6. katsung47

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    Trump promised to protect the sick and the poor. He lied.

    Ezra Klein 5/24/2017

    The CBO analysis of the Republican health care bill — which Trump has fought to pass, and promised to sign — reveals the proposal would cost 23 million people their health insurance and force millions more onto the stingy, high-deductible insurance plans Trump promised to free them from.
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    All the President's Lies

    Yahoo View•June 26, 2017

    The New York Times Sunday published an extraordinary definitive list of the more than 100 lies Donald Trump has told as president. Lawrence O'Donnell talks to Stuart Thompson, who worked on the piece.
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  10. katsung47

    katsung47 Well-Known Member

    Bill Clinton and George W. Bush: The Most Important Presidential Quality Is Humility

    This country is covert totalitarian. The ruler is the FBI.

    Clinton and Bush are selected presidents. They are servants so have to be humble.

    Trump is a candidate of the FBI. His master helps him to win the election by the collusion of the Russian. He appears in a manner of a master -arrogant and above the law. That's the difference between him and two former presidents.
  11. katsung47

    katsung47 Well-Known Member

    The Feds want to change the whole government with their own.

    6 years ago foresaw election, now predicts Supreme Court upheaval
    Published: 07/01/2017

    Now, in his new book, Taylor says President Trump, with God’s help, is going to massively remake the federal government, starting with the Supreme Court.

    “God is beginning to make changes from the top down,” Taylor writes in “The Trump Prophecies.” And he argues it is the power of prayer that is driving so many of these changes.

    “When people pray and begin to make a change from the top down, not only does the transformation have to happen with the role of the highest leader, but it is necessary to rearrange his surrounding advisers, peers and supporting staff as well,” he writes. “There was a time when leaders had godly advisers. This will happen again.”

    President Trump received massive support from the evangelical community during the election, despite his unconventional background and morally checkered past. Some suggested Trump had grown in faith in recent years; others claimed God could use anyone for His purposes.
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    Alex Jones reports on the plan to “take out” Trump by the GOP establishment.

    An evangelical pastor claims he met with a senior Republican Congressman who told him of a plot to “remove Trump suddenly from office”.

    During an appearance on Revival Ministries International, Rodney Howard-Browne said he spent three hours “from 9:30 in the evening until 12:30am with one of the senior ranking members of Congress”.
  13. katsung47

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    He totally wants to be a dictator’: Bill Maher warns CNN host that Trump won’t relinquish power easily
    Tom Boggioni TOM BOGGIONI
    13 AUG 2017

    Appearing with CNN host Fareed Zakaria in a two-part pre-recorded interview, HBO “Real Time” host Bill Maher tore into President Donald Trump saying he loves the idea of being a dictator and that it might be impossible to get him to relinquish power.

    “I have gone through some very dark moments right before the election, right after it,” Maher admitted to the CNN host. “He’s besieged now by the Russia investigation and he can’t get his legislation through Congress and to forth, but it’s only six months in.”

    “He could survive the whole Russia thing. Usually, you know, when you go after the leader and if you don’t get him, he becomes stronger,” the HBO host continued. “He totally wants to be a dictator — it’s so obvious. The people he admires in the world — Putin, even Kim Jong-Un he said is a smart cookie. I asked a panel last week, Ralph Reed, ‘do you think Putin had people killed?’? He said ‘absolutely.’ I said ‘do you think Trump would do that if he could?’ I do, if trump could do that he would do all the things dictators do.”
  14. katsung47

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    Trump Orders Military To Give Cops Free Grenade Launchers, Bayonets, And Tanks

    Ryan J. Reilly ,HuffPost• August 28, 2017

    WASHINGTON ? President Donald Trump will repeal restrictions that former President Barack Obama placed on police access to excess military gear, allowing the federal government to immediately resume handing out free bayonets, grenade launchers, tracked armored vehicles such as tanks and other equipment to law enforcement departments around the country.
  15. katsung47

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    Trump: Twin Tower Bombs On 9/11 Bought Down WTC
    January 31, 2017 Baxter Dmitry

    The World Trade Center was bought to the ground by “twin bombs” on 9/11, according to President Donald Trump – and now a whistleblower has come forward with bombshell information that supports the President’s claims.

    In a live interview on 9/11, President Trump was asked for his opinion on the structure of the Twin Towers. Speaking as the leading builder of towers in New York, Trump said the north tower of the WTC was a “very, very strong building” and that he believes “twin bombs” caused it to collapse.

    Speaking about the tower’s collapse, he said: “It wasn’t architectural defect. How could a plane, even a 767 or 747 or whatever it might have been; how could it possibly go through that steel?

    During the interview, Trump says he toured the foundations of the north tower after it was bombed in an earlier terror attack in 1993, and that he did not believe the tower was bought to the ground by planes alone, as the official 9/11 report claims.

    “I happen to think that they had not only a plane, but they had bombs – bombs that exploded simultaneously. Because I can’t imagine anything being able to go through that wall.”

    The interview was uploaded to YouTube by pro-Trump group Trump Commission, which believes former President George W. Bush covered-up the truth – and the 45th President of the US is also on record criticizing his predecessor: “The World Trade Center came down during the reign of George Bush,” he said in a February debate. “He kept us safe? That is not safe. That is not safe.”
  16. IQless1

    IQless1 trump supporters are scum

    A dragon crossed the street three houses down from mine.... it's intentions were clear, it want's to eat the rabbits in our yard, but I saw it and because I like the rabbits I got naked and danced, yet the police were confused.... they are in on it, so I peed on them. This makes my lawyer frown, but she also likes rabbits, so it should be OK, I doubt the FBI will eliminate her over a rabbit. Just in case, I bought several different types of fruit to confuse them all.... only time will tell if I survive this.
  17. katsung47

    katsung47 Well-Known Member

    Donald Trump took $107 million promised to charities ... and kept it

    By Mark Sumner
    Monday Sep 18, 2017

    Occupying the White House has proven lucrative for Donald Trump. He’s been able to charge the Secret Service hundreds of thousands for rental space and golf carts. He’s been able to turn his Washington Hotel into a place where the emoluments clause is put to constant test. But the AP reports that no other cash-in matches the one Trump took on day one.

    President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee raised an unprecedented $107 million for a ceremony that officials promised would be “workmanlike,” and the committee pledged to give leftover funds to charity.
    The $107 million is a massive amount for even the most lavish inauguration. It’s almost twice what Barack Obama took in for a celebration that was much more widely attended and which included many more events. Trump even cut back on the number of inaugural balls to only two, compared to the ten balls that the Obamas attended in 2009. With twice the money and one fourth the events, all but a handful of the $107 million gifted to Trump for the inauguration should be available for charitable giving.

    It’s been eight months. How much has been given out? None. None at all.

    Nothing has yet gone to charity.

    What is left from the massive fundraising is a mystery, clouded by messy and, at times, budget-busting management of a private fund that requires little public disclosure.
    Donald Trump wants attention for giving $1 million to those affected by recent hurricanes—donations that so far haven’t actually happened. But he’s still sitting on a massive heap of cash from January which, despite promises, hasn’t gone to help anyone but Trump.

    What information has been provided on the fate of this huge pile of cash has been confusing, and simply unbelievable. Of particular interest: The $25 million Trump inaugural concert.

  18. katsung47

    katsung47 Well-Known Member

    A Paper tiger.

    Trump's 'fire and fury' rhetoric met with defiance by Kim Jong Un

    By Stephen Collinson, CNN Mon September 4, 2017

    With his previous threat to rain "fire and fury" on North Korea and warning that the US military is "locked and loaded" to respond to Kim Jong Un's provocations, Trump set up a test of wills with his unpredictable adversary.

    Now, with his nation's most powerful nuclear detonation Sunday and a string of missile launches, including one over Japan, Kim has effectively called the President's bluff, escalating a dangerous foreign policy crisis.
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    CIA now says there’s more than one tape of Donald Trump with Russian prostitutes
    Bill Palmer Thu Jan 12, 2017

    In what might be the worst story of all time, the saga of Donald Trump performing lewd acts with Russian prostitutes (and being videotaped by the Russian government for blackmail purposes) just keeps finding ways to get worse. Two days after the story first came to light from a British intelligence figure, CIA agents are now telling the BBC that the whole thing is very much real — and that Russian has multiple tapes of Trump filmed on multiple dates in multiple hotels.

    Trump loudly insisted that the entire thing was nothing more than “fake news” and proceeded to shout a CNN reporter before writing off BuzzFeed as being “garbage” for their roles in bringing the story to the public. But Paul Wood of the BBC is now reporting that he’s been communication with “active duty CIA officers dealing with the case file” who have confirmed to him clandestinely that Russia truly does have blackmail tapes of Trump with prostitutes. Moreover, these CIA agents are asserting that there’s “more than one tape” and that Trump was secretly filmed with the prostitutes in both Moscow and St. Petersburg.
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