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Trump, "I hate everyone in the White House."

Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by JuliefromOhio, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. JuliefromOhio

    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    Smart Republicans would beg off...so Trump would have to pick from the stupid ones, which I guess there are a mother load in the once grand old party, the party of resentment, now known as the party of RAGE.
     
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    Dawg President Supporting Member

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    like the grand old party of KKK-----democrats
     
  3. JuliefromOhio

    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    I'm working on a letter to Sen Rob Portman suggesting that he KNEW Trump was unfit to serve and asking when was he going to do something to save the country and the world from the "fvcking moron."
     
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    Caroljo Governor

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    Of course that would be from CNN....the media source that reports the most lies. You have a wonderful night Julie....keep dreaming of the day that what you think is important to anyone. Nighty Night!
     
  5. georgephillip

    georgephillip Governor

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    Tillerson, for all his corporate flaws, is among the millions of Americans who would do a far better job in the Oval Office than its current occupant, as would Senator Corker:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/10/opinion/corker-trump-truth-.html

    "On Sunday evening, after a Twitter feud with Trump, Corker gave an interview to The New York Times in which he said publicly what Republican officeholders usually say only privately.

    "Trump, Corker told the reporters Jonathan Martin and Mark Landler, is treating the presidency like 'a reality show' and could be setting the nation 'on the path to World War III.'

    "Corker has previously said that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Chief of Staff John Kelly 'help separate our country from chaos.'

    "On Sunday, he identified the agent of that chaos. 'I know for a fact that every single day at the White House, it’s a situation of trying to contain him,' Corker said of Trump."

    Since Corker has announced his retirement, maybe he will be the first prominent Republican to take the next, inevitable step?
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    as seen on tv Senator

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    well, he did tell us (during the campaign) that the capitol was a swamp, that needed draining.

    most of the swampers appear to be career bureaucrats who are violating federal law by obstructing the new president and congress, and openly siding with the displaced democrats, though.
     
  7. sear

    sear Council Member

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    Spoiled little rich boy.

    WHO'S THE BOSS THERE DONALD?
    ARE YOU GOING TO WHINE?
    OR ARE YOU GOING TO GET A STAFF YOU CAN WORK WITH?

    Before he took over two weeks off to vacation in Maralago, didn't Trump call the White House a dump?
     
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  8. JuliefromOhio

    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    Breitbart put together that graphic of the poll and ran it.
    Breitbart's Steve Bannon said the odds are 70% that Trump will be removed from office before serving a full term.
     
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  9. JuliefromOhio

    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    Anyone concerned about their reputation will decline an offer to work in the Trump administration.
     
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  10. JuliefromOhio

    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    Trump hates the people around him. He hired them.
    The bureaucrats aren't in the WH.
     
  11. JuliefromOhio

    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    It's time to start contacting our reps and senators to ask them what are they going to do about the buffoon in the WH playing president before he hurts the country and the world even more than he already has.
     
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  12. Arkady

    Arkady The Departed

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    I can't even imagine working for the executive branch right now. I have two acquaintances who do. They're in the a-political, bureaucratic part of the branch, but they're high enough up that they have direct exposure to the political appointees who run the agencies, and they say morale has gone to crap and things are a mess. It's got to be particularly bad at the kinds of agencies the President actively wants to prevent from performing their intended functions, like Education, HUD, the EPA, and the Labor Department.

    http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2017/06/epa-staffers-weigh-in-on-trump-damage/

    The people who went into those fields weren't there for the money. They could have made a lot more in the private sector. They were there because they believed in the mission. And now that mission is being actively subverted by their boss.
     
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  13. Pssy Grabber

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    You people will deny anything you don't like even in the face of repeated facts from multiple sources from multiple parties.
     
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    marvin martian Senator

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    The name's Welshy...Welshy McGurk.
     
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    georgephillip Governor

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    Some of the most distinguished mental health professionals in this country have come to the same conclusion. Trump's numerous romantic escapades and the growing number of sexual harassment lawsuits and his three marriages in which he "traded up" for younger, more beautiful women along with his ever-shifting political alliances prove his main focus is severe self-interest i.e., unbridled or extreme, present hedonist.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/these-27-top-shrinks-think-trump-might-be-nuts

    "'Donald Trump is the most dangerous man in the world,' writes another famous contributor to the book, Philip Zimbardo, professor emeritus at Stanford University and a scholar-author best known for his landmark prison study.

    "The call to action for Zimbardo came when he recognized in Trump the pathological behavior he has defined as 'extreme present hedonism.'

    "These are people who live for the moment, he told me, 'mostly children, but some adult hedonists, too. They make decisions on the spur of the moment, never thinking about the consequences.'

    "Easily bored, they constantly seek novelty and are vulnerable to addiction.

    "This extreme present hedonism is apparent in Trump, 'because he will say whatever it takes to pump up his ego and to assuage his inherent low self-esteem, without any thought for the potentially devastating future outcomes from his off-the-cuff remarks or even major decisions,' according to the scholar psychologist."
     
  17. JuliefromOhio

    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    And they all knew it before Trump even secured the Republican nomination.
    And any Republican with half a brain knew it, too. So, what are they going to do about it?

    One of Trump's biographers explained that Trump operates in 2 modes:
    1. self-protection (lashing out, bullying/belittling others when criticized or afraid)
    2. self-aggrandizement (boasting, bragging about himself...most of which are lies)
     
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    JuliefromOhio Senator Supporting Member

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    That's EXACTLY what Trump does, too.
     
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    georgephillip Governor

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    With his well-documented history of bullying behavior, immature remarks about sex, and childlike need for constant attention, Trump seems a likely candidate for arrested emotional development, possibly stemming from being sent away to military school at age 13. If so, his inability to control his emotions and impulses will only get worse as his political situation deteriorates.
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