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He appears to lack basic knowledge about and
belief in the U.S. Constitution, U.S. laws, and U.S. institutions,
including religious tolerance, freedom of the press, and an independent
originally posted by: StoutBroux
The good 'ole boys club.......are about to have their little controlled reality turned upside down and they're scared. They're really are scared. The people have been screaming for a third party, an outsider, a business NOT as usual POTUS and they just may get their way while the business as usual cronies are shaking in fear. They really are afraid, their frenzy is growing and they are becoming frantic in their effort to persuade the public to go with what they know. I wouldn't be surprised to see some of them begin foaming at the mouth, spitting their words out of their enlarged red faces with veins popping out. Same 'ole same 'ole needs to go. It's time for a fresh look with new ideas. Which by the way, is why many voted for Obama. Voting for Hillary is two steps backward. She's a liar, will say ANYTHING to get elected and has a proven track record of accomplishing very little except enriching her own private fund. A snake in the grass is not what we need.
“In American history, we’ve never had a major presidential candidate who fabricated facts with the regularity of Donald Trump,” said Douglas Brinkley, a history professor at Rice University. “He just simply makes up things.”
He added: “There’s something psychologically warped with someone who sees no distinction between facts and fiction at all. The sign of crazy is when someone believes his own bull#. And he believes his own B.S.: Everything he says is true because he said it.”
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s erratic stance on nuclear weapons has raised the alarm among American nuclear experts, according to a report.
Trump further astounded Republican and Democratic experts this week, after it was revealed by the MSNBC that he asked officials at a national security meeting to explain why the US could not use its nuclear weapons.
“This is the most dangerous thing that he has said, among many dangerous and stupid things,” Mark Fitzpatrick, a US State Department veteran who worked on nonproliferation issues for 26 years, told The Hill.
originally posted by: MrSpad
has no idea what is going on in Ukraine, wants to give Crimea to Russia not even something China thinks is a good idea
The official result from the Autonomous Republic of Crimea was a 96.77 percent vote for integration of the region into the Russian Federation with an 83.1 percent voter turnout.
originally posted by: MrSpad
You do not need an expert to tell you this. The guy thinks Iran funds ISIS, has no idea what is going on in Ukraine, wants to give Crimea to Russia not even something China thinks is a good idea, is not sure who the terrorist are or where they are at and had such thin skin other nations be able rattle or manipulate him anytime they want sending him off on crazy town rants making crazy town choices. No surprise the world has such a low opinion of him.
originally posted by: olaru12
I don't think Trump can withstand this mutiny by his own party. Essentially now he is running a grassroots campaign; still listed as a Republican but he should have run as a 3rd party from the beginning. Now its to late.
Either you play the DC game, or you don't play.....
Evan McMullin, the former CIA agent who announced today that he is running for president, had harsh words for both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, telling ABC News he believes both are "woefully unfit for the responsibilities they seek." But he reserved particular ire for Trump, calling him "inhuman," and an "authoritarian" who "does not care about anyone but himself." McMullin, a Republican, previously worked for the House Republican Conference and considers himself a true conservative. B...