Are you going to vote for Trump or Pocahontas in 2020?

Probably not.
Trump asks foreign governments to stand in his name for elections. Obviously betrayal. Think about what would have happened in the 1940 election if Japan had advocated for someone who wanted to become president. We would have lost the war.

Warren makes promises she can not keep. More than two terms will be needed to reform the government enough to deliver on some of its promises. The rest of their promises would have to be implemented many presidents later, IF those presidents wanted to fulfill their promises.

I think I will find someone who is reasonable and loyal to America, for whom I can vote.

[ Politics ] Unanswered question: Why do Trump supporters have to carry a gun in public, I'm just wearing a small flashlight with a stroke lunette?

[Politics] Open question: Why do Trump supporters have to carry a gun in public, I'm just wearing a small flashlight with a bounce?

Is the Trump government by far the most corrupt in US history?

"Obama and his government regard industries as either polluting or exploitative for the financial and professional benefits of their friends, including industries such as coal mining, offshore drilling, cash advance, and for-profit universities," wrote Katelyn Caralle of the Washington Examiner.

Based on extensive research, Schweizer's book states that Obama regulated certain sectors in such a way that regulation reduced the value of some companies, wrote Katelyn Caralle of the Washington Examiner. With these promotions, two family friends can benefit from doing business through their own investment firm.

That's how it works: Obama friends Marty Nesbitt and Harreld Kirkpatrick III founded a private equity investment firm called Vistria when Obama was re-elected in 2012.

There's nothing wrong with that, except as Swiss notes in his book: "There was a strange pattern: Obama and his government attacked government-empowered industries, resulting in much lower valuations for these companies." Nesbitt and Vistria or others close Obama could then purchase those assets for pennies on the dollar. "

As an example, Schweizer cites the case of for-profit universities such as the University of Phoenix, the ITT Technical Institute and DeVry University. In 2013, Obama accused the schools of exploiting students by burdening them with massive debts, ruining their loans and making profits. He ordered the Federal Trade Commission to prosecute her.

In the case of the University of Phoenix, the parent Apollo Education Group was suspended following a Federal Trade Commission investigation in 2015. The following year, three companies, including Vistria, rushed to buy what was left of Apollo at a price that was 90% lower than the price before the investigation.

As Vistria's education investment portfolio expanded, officials from the Obama Department of Education, including Education Minister Arne Duncan, took high-ranking jobs at Vistria.

That's only an example. There are others.

For example, Schweizer noted in his book that both Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry were deeply involved in trade and security talks with China as the country began its aggressive campaign to expand its military and physical presence in southern China. However, unlike standard diplomatic practice, both played "good policemen" and did not seriously confront China with its misconduct.

Remember, Biden and Kerry were close friends from their years together in the Senate. So it was no surprise when Biden's son Hunter and Kerry's step-son Christopher Heinz, one of the heirs of Heinz Ketchup's fortune, started their joint business in 2009.

They formed a number of equity and real estate investment firms associated with Rosemont Capital, the Heinz Family Office's alternative investment fund.

So far, so good. Exception: "Over the next seven years, when Joe Biden and John Kerry have completed sensitive and important deals with foreign governments, Rosemont companies have entered into a series of exclusive contracts with the same foreign governments."

For example, Biden traveled to China in December 2013 for talks. He brought Hunter Biden. During his stay, the senior Biden peddled China and played the bilateral trade partnership. Ten days after the trip, the Chinese Central Bank, the Bank of China, set up a $ 1 billion investment joint venture called Bohai Harvest RST. For the record, the "RS" referred to the company of Biden's son, Rosemont Seneca.

That is questionable enough.

Months later, in July 2014, Secretary of State John Kerry also traveled to China for talks. Kerry did not talk much about China's clear-cut aggression, but remarkably noted that "China and the United States represent the largest trade partnership of the economic alliance in human history."

He should know. In the months that followed, Chinese government-affiliated companies participated in and were controlled by several companies owned or controlled by Hunter Biden and Chris Heinz, providing them with billions of dollars in massive financial resources. This is not the only scandal involving John Kerry.

And that just scrapes the surface. The book is a catalog, a virtual roadmap on how to do corrupt business in Washington – and why Americans are wise to wonder why their agents as fraudsters are going to Washington and returning as millionaires.

We can only hope that Biden or Kerry, who are preparing for a challenge for Trump in the 2020 presidential contest, will receive the same relentless test that a Republican with the same consistency would receive. But we will not hold our breath.

The assumption that there are no scandals in the democratic government is the result of the extreme bias of our media and the fact that our fake news reports no corruption of the Democrats

Trump admitted that he had asked the Prime Minister of Ukraine to investigate Biden, and that he then released the $ 250 million it holds in his hands.

If he did that, it's not normal at all.

If there's a criminal investigation of the BIdens, fine with me, do it. About official channels. Incidentally, this does not mean that the POTUS blackmail other countries to comply.

Do you think that Lewandowski, in his idiotic testimony, did more to get Trump involved in obstructing justice than to defend him?

The pathetic thug facing Sycophant looked like a witness to the crowd!

What a stupid little man that is, who acts like him, he has made perfectly clear that Trump is guilty!

Oh, but of course he's running for the Senate Race in New Hampshire and hopes Trump will get him there, the idiot is just another stupid jerk who'll sing like a canary in a few years !!!

Trump commented on the late Cokie Roberts – she never treated me well. WTF?

I suppose you are one of those people who think we should paint a vivid, liberal smile and declare life for anyone who dies as a saint, and then openly lie about who they were so we can all fall asleep again , learn nothing from the lives of others and be nice.

Rush Limbaugh routinely called her "Kooky" Roberts because she was a hypocrite, who often claimed to be impartial and at the same time an obvious and unabashed liberal partisan.

Yes, a & # 39; nice & # 39; old lady has died if you do not respect her and pretend that she is the same homogeneous drone as all the other dead public figures who instantly become in the liberal spirit the moment they die and no longer for themselves can speak for themselves.

If Trump did not first publicly clarify that she basically hated his guts and treated him like a **** on every occasion, you would turn around and accuse him of being a hypocrite for his & # 39; friendly & # 39; To be words. There is basically no scenario in which our President can ever do any good, say or say anything right, because you are a hated person pretending to be better than anyone else, while preaching that "hate here is not Home has ".

That's the essence of narcissism, which you keep trying (and failing) to pin the president or anyone else who speaks honestly, bares a plastic smile and then takes the flak as a real man and leader should.

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Is not Trump like someone's little brother hanging around with the Big Boys, like when he took the Russians to the Oval Office and spit out the top?

I think it's partly that he tries to gain the respect of foreign leaders, mostly the wrong kind. He admires the worst dictators, in fact he sees himself as a dictator, not as an "executive".

But Trump also pursues foreign policy via photo op. He likes being photographed with other world leaders, so it looks like he's in the club. He has absolutely no idea how he should pursue a consistent foreign policy. For him, everything is about "optics"!

"Taliban kill at least 48 on a bloody day before Afghan elections" These were the radical Islamic terrorists Trump invited to American soil?

The only lasting achievement of the Carter Administration was to get Sadat and start Camp David and negotiate a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel that continues to this day. Was that wrong

Negotiating with our enemies as an alternative to the mass murder and / or permanent occupation of Afghanistan (ask the Russians and the British how it worked for them) is a reasonable alternative. To be honest, I was surprised that Donald Trump thought it was a good idea. Prove positive that even a broken clock is right twice a day.

We also know that the leadership of the Taliban can not control its own extremists, just as Republicans and Democrats can not control it. Should other nations refuse to meet us because we have idiots who shoot synagogues and schools?

It is time for us to bring these troops home and spend the trillions of tax dollars on their reintegration into our own society and let the Afghans determine their own destiny. However, we should offer the Afghans who worked for us an opportunity to come with us as their loyalty will lead to their probable murder.

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