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originally posted by: nwtrucker
a reply to: Blarneystoner
I did post that Trump will be the most watched
President in my lifetime, assuming you read the thread through.
I suggest grabbing you Oxford English Dictionary and refresh yourself with the terms rhetoric and hyperbole. Trump plays the social media beautifully and the MSM, and those of your ilk, respond exactly as predicted.
All the while, The Don slows down not one wit in his momentum carrying out his mandate. As usual, he's five steps ahead of the opposition and his support continues to grow.
originally posted by: Greggers
Seems to me Trump is already the most Full of BS man ever to run for President. I mean, half the stuff he said during the campaign was either a lie or in error.
And politicians are notoriously full of crap, so that's quite an accomplishment.
originally posted by: spiritualarchitect
"Trump will be the most Honest President America has ever Elected"
Does this mean George Washington had things to hide?
an excessive or unjustifiable feeling of personal offense or resentment.
overly or unjustifiably offended or resentful.
An inappropriately strong negative emotional response from a perceived personal insult. Characterized by strong feelings of shame.
originally posted by: everyonedies
He should play safe first until he got info on JFK ,9-11, area 51, etc.
He will be lied to on these issues anyway an unable to disclose any thing.
National security will shut him down eventually.
originally posted by: NotTooHappy
a reply to: Stevemagegod
He's already proven himself to be one of the most dishonest people to ever have lived.
Where are his tax returns?
Individual income tax returns — including those of public figures — are private information, protected by law from unauthorized disclosure. Indeed, the Internal Revenue Service is barred from releasing any taxpayer information whatsoever, except to authorized agencies and individuals. Like all other citizens, U.S. presidents enjoy this protection of their privacy. Since the early 1970s, however, most presidents have chosen to release their returns publicly. In the hope of making this information more widely available, the Tax History Project at Tax Analysts has compiled an archive of presidential tax returns.
originally posted by: Stevemagegod
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: Stevemagegod
Too bad his tax returns can't be reduced to 140 characters.
Tax Returns and the Russians rigging the election is all you libs have as a counter argument to the Trump Presidency when everyone before Trump won said there is no way to rig the election it was just a vast right wing conspiracy and trump whinnying