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  1. 1. Which of the following Trump actions/decisions do you support?

    • The bulk of Trump's cabinet selections (Tillerson, Sessions, Rick Perry, Ben Carson, etc.)
    • The selection of Neil Gorsuch to the court
    • Trump's handling of the Russia probe, including the firing of FBI director, who was in charge of that probe.
    • Trump's handling of the media
    • Trump's use of Twitter
    • His efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare
    • His efforts to ban immigration from certain majority Muslim countries
    • Withdrawing from the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership)
    • Withdrawing from the Paris Agreement on climate change
    • Reopening the Keystone XL and Dakota Pipelines
    • His new budget plan, slashing much domestic spending and greatly increasing military spending.
    • Firing Michael Flynn
    • Use of his son-in-law and daughter as key advisers in his administration
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    • Frequent trips to his estates about every weekend--he's on pace to surpass Obama's 8-year travel spending within a year.
    • Launched missiles in Syria after a chemical attack by the Syrian government on their own people
  2. 2. Did you vote for Trump in the 2016 election, or would you have if you were eligible?

  3. 3. What do you think happens to Trump by January 2021?

    • He will have been reelected president
    • He will have been defeated in reelection, either in the primaries or in the general election
    • He will have been impeached, and either resigned or removed from office.
    • He will have refused a second term for one reason or another


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There's no "none of the above" answer in question 1, had to select Flynn

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21 minutes ago, President Garrett Walker said:

There's no "none of the above" answer in question 1, had to select Flynn

Yeah, I'm forcing people to support at least one thing. I think if I leave a None option, then a lot of people will knee-jerk none on any politician poll I do, depending on their ideology. People, like you, can post if they reluctantly support something in the comments below 

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33 minutes ago, vcczar said:

Yeah, I'm forcing people to support at least one thing. I think if I leave a None option, then a lot of people will knee-jerk none on any politician poll I do, depending on their ideology. People, like you, can post if they reluctantly support something in the comments below 

Fair enough, I would have selected none as a knee-jerk response but then I reevaluated and chose Flynn.

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Polls about Trump should be written using Trump's style of rhetoric. For example:

How would you rate Donald Trump's performance as President?

1) Bad catastrophic disaster of the sort that only Donald Trump can fix.
2) Terrible. What a loser.
3) Covfefe like a dog.

4) Almost as amazing as his legendary electoral college victory.
5) Beautiful! Tremendous! The best ever!

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There was this show on Nickelodeon when I was little, Jimmy Neutron. In the show, Jimmy would always create an invention that would almost destroy their town and he would have to create another invention to stop the previous one. That's how I feel regarding Flynn. Despite the numerous warnings of being too close to Russia- including from Flynn himself- Trump brought him into the White House. Then fired him, so I guess it's good. but still in order for this event to have happen, Trump needed to bring into the White House.

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16 minutes ago, republicaninnyc said:

His twitter account is becoming so boring

It's not just that. It makes him seem more like a teenage girl than a president. Some of his Tweets are presidential, but there's such a baffling chasm between his presidential tweets and his reactionary or boasting tweets. 

Have any of you ever seen the President Show on Comedy Central? Best Trump impersonator ever. He really captures the mannerisms and mind of Trump, as well as his looks. He walks like him, speaks like him, does the same faces as him (not exaggerated like Alec Baldwin). It's in the form of a talk show, with Mike Pence as his quiet #2 ("straight man" in film lingo). Every episode starts with a press conference, then some back and forth between Trump and Pence in the oval office. Then some sort of comic skit involving Trump, then an interview at Mar A Lago in which he interviews the person as Trump, then it is concluded back in the oval office. The episodes are short, and the videos can be watched online. 

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3 hours ago, koneke said:

I wish he had done more to kill off the dying mainstream media and also used his Twitter more as he did during the campaign.

So, basically, censored freedom of the press like a Fascist, Communist, or Military Dictator or Tin-Pot Despot (or Religious Theocrat)? Is that what you admire in a leader?

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11 minutes ago, Patine said:

So, basically, censored freedom of the press like a Fascist, Communist, or Military Dictator or Tin-Pot Despot (or Religious Theocrat)? Is that what you admire in a leader?

I wouldn't mind if the press was censored, but i don't like dictatorship. I would have an enlightened monarch who had free hands as long as he didnt do something stupid, where a council could replace him with a new monarch... i really don't like democracy, it is bad. just look: the cultural marxist socialists would never have seized control without democracy.

and that monarch would ofc be a Protestant and out of a prestigious lineage and he need to be very patriotic and love his people and want to protect them

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30 minutes ago, koneke said:

I wouldn't mind if the press was censored, but i don't like dictatorship. I would have an enlightened monarch who had free hands as long as he didnt do something stupid, where a council could replace him with a new monarch... i really don't like democracy, it is bad. just look: the cultural marxist socialists would never have seized control without democracy.

and that monarch would ofc be a Protestant and out of a prestigious lineage and he need to be very patriotic and love his people and want to protect them

Thank-you, Charles I of the House of Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of the English Colonies and Companies Beyond the Seas, Defender of the Faith, you basically paraphrased what he firmly believed (without the "council" replacing such a monarch I in place), and I assume you're aware of what happened to him in the end...

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Just now, Patine said:

Thank-you, Charles I, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of the English Colonies and Companies Beyond the Seas, Defender of the Faith, you basically paraphrased what he firmly believed (without the "council" replacing such a monarch I in place), and I assume you're aware of what happened to him in the end...

then he was a good white protestant man ... no i don't know what happpened to him

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"Many concerns were raised over Charles's marriage to a Roman Catholic, French princess Henrietta Maria, in 1625. The Parliament refused to assign him the traditional right to collect customs duties for his entire reign, deciding instead to grant it only on a provisional basis and negotiate with him."

he was a filthy catholic-lover

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56 minutes ago, Patine said:

So, basically, censored freedom of the press like a Fascist, Communist, or Military Dictator or Tin-Pot Despot (or Religious Theocrat)? Is that what you admire in a leader?

You don't need a censored press to destroy the mainstream media.  If the people distrust the media, as a growing number of people do,, then it is pretty much the same.

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Just now, jvikings1 said:

You don't need a censored press to destroy the mainstream media.  If the people distrust the media, as a growing number of people do,, then it is pretty much the same.

But, he was speaking of Donald Trump destroying it by himself and with his own capabilities alone, and THAT would require censorship. His own eloquence and trustworthiness (what a joke) is certainly not enough.

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2 minutes ago, Patine said:

But, he was speaking of Donald Trump destroying it by himself and with his own capabilities alone, and THAT would require censorship. His own eloquence and trustworthiness (what a joke) is certainly not enough.

Trump could speed up the distrust of the media.  Or, the media could destroy itself by showing obvious bias that discredits them.

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1 minute ago, jvikings1 said:

Trump could speed up the distrust of the media.  Or, the media could destroy itself by showing obvious bias that discredits them.

Trump is speeding up distrust of himself a lot quicker..

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3 minutes ago, Patine said:

Trump is speeding up distrust of himself a lot quicker..

Don't be too sure.  Most of his voters stand by their decision.  While he may have increased some distrust of him, I don't know if there is much room for tha to grow any further considering his pre-election numbers.

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57 minutes ago, jvikings1 said:

Don't be too sure.  Most of his voters stand by their decision.  While he may have increased some distrust of him, I don't know if there is much room for tha to grow any further considering his pre-election numbers.

Well, it's not like anyone of any ideology had any good choices in the 2016 general election, in the end. The majority of U.S. voter were pretty much screwed as it was.

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2 minutes ago, Patine said:

Well, it's not like anyone of any ideology had any good choices in the 2016 general election, in the end. The majority of U.S. voter were pretty much screwed as it was.

so who would have been perfect candidates?

ted cruz or Elizabeth Warren???

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12 minutes ago, koneke said:

so who would have been perfect candidates?

ted cruz or Elizabeth Warren???

There are no PERFECT candidates in ANY election. I'm just saying the ones in the general election in 2016 were absolute worst for both major parties in the same U.S. Presidential Election since 1852.

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7 minutes ago, Patine said:

There are no PERFECT candidates in ANY election. I'm just saying the ones in the general election in 2016 were absolute worst for both major parties in the same U.S. Presidential Election since 1852.

so what about warren harding, he was endorsed by kkk, so you must not like that candidate???

he must be very bad in your head ,.... for supporting white protestant man...

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