Trump 2024

Peter Andersen

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Ah, we are now judging people by the actions of their wives. Ah, let's do that.

Shall we start with Ginni Thomas? Whaddabout Melania tRump's immigration issues? Elaine Chou's china business connections?

How about doing sons and daughters next?
Elaine is Taiwanese. They may look the sameto you, but there is a difference you know.
 

Go Left

Super Anarchist
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Elaine is Taiwanese. They may look the sameto you, but there is a difference you know.
I didn't address her ethnicity, I noted her business connections.

ESL classes are down the hall to the left. Easy to find if your moral compass has that direction.

(Re: Taiwanese ≠ Chinese. Tell that to the folks in Beijing.)
 

Ex Machina

Super Anarchist
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Ah, we are now judging people by the actions of their wives. Ah, let's do that.

Shall we start with Ginni Thomas? Whaddabout Melania tRump's immigration issues? Elaine Chou's china business connections?

How about doing sons and daughters next?
Font is purple if you look closely
 

Peter Andersen

Anarchist
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209
I didn't address her ethnicity, I noted her business connections.

ESL classes are down the hall to the left. Easy to find if your moral compass has that direction.

(Re: Taiwanese ≠ Chinese. Tell that to the folks in Beijing.)
Look you idiot, you cant even spell her name. It's an American shipping company.
Almost every major American company has 'business' with China. Even small companies like Hunter Biden's does business with China.
 

billy backstay

Backstay, never bought a suit, never went to Vegas
When Herschel Walker tells to to stay home because you’re to toxic to appear with you’ve got to think the end of Trump’s 2024 ambitions is already here.


"The decision to keep Mr. Trump out of the spotlight was a response largely to the former president’s political style and image, which can energize his core supporters but also motivate Democratic voters and turn off significant segments of moderate Republicans."

Yeas sure!! Like KanYE and Nick Fuentes have nothing to do with this!! YCMTSU! :ROFLMAO:
 

Pertinacious Tom

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With or without Trump, TeamR will continue to suck

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So if the Republican Party finally rejects Trump, is that also a rejection of the authoritarian and illiberal impulses his political career has amplified? I'm open to being pleasantly surprised, but so far, the evidence answers with a resounding "no." Even if Trump loses this primary race, there's every reason to think his party will retain its present will to power.


At The Bulwark this week, Jonathan V. Last documented a telling contrast between Republicans' rationales for rejecting Trump now and their original objections to his candidacy in 2015 and 2016. Back then, GOP critiques of Trump were grounded in language about policy and governing principles or personal character, or both. Now the repudiation is openly transactional: Trump loses, and Republicans don't want to lose.


In 2015, for example, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R–S.C.) called Trump a "race-baiting, xenophobic religious bigot" and cast a skeptical eye on Trump's promises to "take all the problems of the world and put 'em in a box and make your life better." He didn't bother to spell it out, but the implication was clear: That promise was empty because it's not the sort of promise the government can fulfill.


Early the next year, before his pathetic "small hands" line, Sen. Marco Rubio (R–Fla.) likewise wondered at "people that are lifelong conservatives, or at least claim to be, who don't seem to care that Donald Trump has never been and is not now a conservative on principles."


And National Review editorialized that "Trump is a philosophically unmoored political opportunist who would trash the broad conservative ideological consensus within the GOP in favor of a free-floating populism with strong-man overtones," bemoaning his lack of interest in limited government and his "obsession …with 'winning.'"


That kind of argument is no longer at the fore. Last quotes former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie this month lamenting that Republicans "keep losing and losing and losing" and blaming those losses completely on Trump.
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The buzziest likely challenger to Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, is of the new authoritarian bent. Former Vice President Mike Pence, having already served as Trump's second-in-command, is clearly at least comfortable with it. Trump may no longer be the candidate best suited to advance the Republican Party's increasingly illiberal agenda, but that doesn't mean the agenda has been abandoned. If anything, leaving behind its nursemaid may be a sign of its maturity.
That would be maturing from sucking like a black hole to sucking like a supermassive black hole, I guess.
 

Sidecar

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And Playboy Bunny Karen something??
Karen McDougal:

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hobie1616

Super Anarchist
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West Maui

Ben Shapiro, a Jewish rightwing personality who has been supportive of Trump in the past, rejected Trump’s explanation in a post on Twitter.

“A good way not to accidentally dine with a vile racist and anti-Semite you don’t know is not to dine with a vile racist and anti-Semite you do know,” Shapiro wrote on Sunday.
 

Bus Driver

Bacon Quality Control Specialist
I keep coming back to the claim by the defeated ex-President that he didn't know the guy he was eating dinner with. WTF?

Is it that easy to get within arms reach of a former President? Is the Secret Service doing anything?
 

billy backstay

Backstay, never bought a suit, never went to Vegas
Saw Romney on the tube the other night. He is going with the 4 day grey shadow beard that's all the rage. But just like me after 4 days, he looks like a homeless person, because it's a patchy POS that will never fill out to be a proper beard.
 

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