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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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Just now, pilight said:

Gotta maintain those safe spaces

No, but the creator of this forum used to lock threads not about the games for this reason. I already belong to several political forums one of them being U.S Elections Atlas, why does this need to be turned into one?

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1 hour ago, FloridaDemocrat said:

No, but the creator of this forum used to lock threads not about the games for this reason. I already belong to several political forums one of them being U.S Elections Atlas, why does this need to be turned into one?

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On 6/2/2017 at 3:24 PM, President Garrett Walker said:

Warren Harding is widely regarded as one of the worst Presidents of all time for being both extremely incompetent AND extremely corrupt, sometimes scoring as low as 42 out of 43! (Only James Buchanan scored lower)

I hardly think the corruption was Harding's fault.  I also don't see the incompetence.  Besides if you want to talk about Presidential scandals, let's talk about Barack Obama.  One could write an entire book about that.  And several already have been. 

I take the "expert" Presidential rankings with a grain of salt since I fundamentally disagree with their criteria.  They come mainly from academics, and Academia, particularly in subjects like History, are about 12-1 Republican to Democrat.  People like Buchanan, Pierce, and Andrew Johnson, while not exactly in my top 10 are largely underrated. They say that these POTUS "weakened" the Presidency.  I say that they simply brought it down to earth.

 

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On 6/2/2017 at 2:23 PM, koneke said:

so what about 2012... obama and mitt romney... they terrible...

Obama and Clinton are both disasters, so it comes down to Trump vs. Romney... I'd say on outward appearance Romney is better, but he's way too RINO, so yes I'd agree 2012 was a slightly worse choice.

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9 hours ago, servo75 said:

Obama and Clinton are both disasters, so it comes down to Trump vs. Romney... I'd say on outward appearance Romney is better, but he's way too RINO, so yes I'd agree 2012 was a slightly worse choice.

Romney is less of a RINO than Trump.  Trump was a Democrat until fairly recently, only became pro-life when he decided to run for president, and spent all of last year campaigning in favor of federally run universal health care.

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2 hours ago, pilight said:

Romney is less of a RINO than Trump.  Trump was a Democrat until fairly recently, only became pro-life when he decided to run for president, and spent all of last year campaigning in favor of federally run universal health care.

Fair point, but Trump is at least getting tough on Islamic terrorism and other nations. Romney should have won but led a weak campaign.  I don't think he'd fight for the border wall, he'd try to keep Obamacare, and like many GOP Congresspeople, would capitulate too much to the Democrats.

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I find it interesting that in 29 votes as of this posting, NOBODY including me, has selected the addition of Ivanka and Jared Kushner.  I might have answered it for different reasons, but nepotism aside, I think they're a bad influence on the administration.  They would have, for example, had us stay in the Paris Climate Accord and may be against the wall too.

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3 hours ago, servo75 said:

Fair point, but Trump is at least getting tough on Islamic terrorism and other nations. Romney should have won but led a weak campaign.  I don't think he'd fight for the border wall, he'd try to keep Obamacare, and like many GOP Congresspeople, would capitulate too much to the Democrats.

I notice you've brought up the wall. Most in the Trump Administration have seemingly brushed it under the carpet, and Congressional Republicans seem to have little appetite to touch it now. It's mostly viewed, seemingly, like something they want to move on from, and that was one of the bigger sources of jokes (amidst MANY such sources) to poke fun at Trump's campaign.

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2 hours ago, Patine said:

I notice you've brought up the wall. Most in the Trump Administration have seemingly brushed it under the carpet, and Congressional Republicans seem to have little appetite to touch it now. It's mostly viewed, seemingly, like something they want to move on from, and that was one of the bigger sources of jokes (amidst MANY such sources) to poke fun at Trump's campaign.

We'll see in September when the next budget has to be agreed upon.  Trump seems to still be in favor.

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4 hours ago, Patine said:

I notice you've brought up the wall. Most in the Trump Administration have seemingly brushed it under the carpet, and Congressional Republicans seem to have little appetite to touch it now. It's mostly viewed, seemingly, like something they want to move on from, and that was one of the bigger sources of jokes (amidst MANY such sources) to poke fun at Trump's campaign.

That may be more for pragmatism than anything else.  The large number of Congressional Republicans have no spine or secretly want globalization and open borders. Trump is as vehement about it as ever.  And in my mind the temporary budget bill passed last month was a HORRIBLE job by the GOP, they capitulated way too much to a party that has the least power that it's had in 100 years.  Trump wants the wall.  His base wants the wall. To many, it's not biggest priority but it was a campaign promise.

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9 minutes ago, servo75 said:

That may be more for pragmatism than anything else.  The large number of Congressional Republicans have no spine or secretly want globalization and open borders. Trump is as vehement about it as ever.  And in my mind the temporary budget bill passed last month was a HORRIBLE job by the GOP, they capitulated way too much to a party that has the least power that it's had in 100 years.  Trump wants the wall.  His base wants the wall. To many, it's not biggest priority but it was a campaign promise.

Well, at the very least, in a few decades, it'll be a physical testament and monument to Trump's arrogance, hubris, ego, and flamboyance, similar in theme to the Lotus Tower in Cairo, Egypt (if you actually know the story behind it).

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On 6/2/2017 at 2:40 PM, 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?

he never did that he never arrested anyone in the press or anything he criticize them yes that his right. remember hillary did the same in that speech where she call alex jones a dark heart. these people are the ones that want to censored the internet https://www.infowars.com/alt-left-demonstrators-at-fcc-support-obama-era-net-neutrality-censorship-rules-with-ban-drudge-and-ban-infowars-and-ban-breitbart/

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On 6/4/2017 at 9:05 PM, servo75 said:

That may be more for pragmatism than anything else.  The large number of Congressional Republicans have no spine or secretly want globalization and open borders. Trump is as vehement about it as ever.  And in my mind the temporary budget bill passed last month was a HORRIBLE job by the GOP, they capitulated way too much to a party that has the least power that it's had in 100 years.  Trump wants the wall.  His base wants the wall. To many, it's not biggest priority but it was a campaign promise.

i think he should have went for a shut down but hey in a few mouths it could happen.

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On 6/2/2017 at 5:18 PM, koneke said:

you say there was no badder candidate since 1852... harding was 1924

harding died in 1923 specifically on August 2nd,1923

 

On 6/2/2017 at 7:09 PM, koneke said:

if the klan had been stronger and had spread to all over the country in the 1960's... we wouldnt have the immigration act of 1965 that made the US into a sodoma and gomorra

Why do you think all this stuff would end well? It wouldn't at all. Groups like the JDL,the Black Panthers and such would all be focused on ridding the US of the Klan and looking at the JDL's historical effectiveness as a basis the Klan would likely be forced out.

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