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The Art of the Deal at work?

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posted on Sep, 6 2017 @ 10:14 AM
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a reply to: OrganizedChaos


Well, you must be right! Let's go backwards to AD 1200 technology and logic.

Then, when nothing changes, and we still have the same old problems, but a lot of rich people just got richer and a lot of poor people just got enslaved, for daring to hope for a "better" life, you can blame the same old overused "meme of the day" to justify your shame.

edit on 6-9-2017 by windword because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 25 2018 @ 02:13 PM
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www.breitbart.com...




When asked if a Trump face-to-face with Kim Jong Un is more likely than a Mueller interview, Dershowitz said, “I think this is part of a negotiating tactic. I think we see two negotiations.” He continued, “We’re seeing hardball being played in both instances. I think with Mueller we’re hearing the president say essentially through his lawyers, ‘look, if you give me the right deal, if you let me sit down to three hours with predetermined subject matter, limited period of time, I’ll do it.’

If not, ‘hey subpoena me, I have my legal rights, I’ll go to court, we’ll delay this thing for years, I may win on at least some of the issues.’ I think we see ‘The Art of the Deal,’ being illustrated both in North Korea and in Mueller and also with Iran. So I think we’re seeing very much a wheeler-dealer negotiating president. That’s his strength, and I think he likes to play that kind of a negotiating tactic.”



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