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Donald Trump
#1
Starting this is probably a bad idea but here goes...

Donald Trump. Discuss.

Personally, I disagree with him on almost every level. His policies regarding Muslims, immigration, the war on drugs, torture, black people, climate change, foreign affairs and warfare, gay marriage, abortion, firearms, Mexico - I find it extremely distasteful.

In addition, as I politician and indeed person I find him outrageous. Phrases like 'we'd bomb the hell out of them*' are not words any President of the USA should be using. He can be astonishingly rude, and as I have said before in affairs I shan't drag up, there is I think a fine line to be drawn between saying it like it is and being outright abusive. His attitudes towards women, business, the environment, himself - I just don't feel that they are suitable for a President, regardless of your political views.

If anyone wants examples of Trump's astonishing behaviour, just ask.

Thoughts?

*I can't recall the exact wording.
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#2
Oh god...
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#3
Feel for us that have American micronations. We have to deal with this. Trump will make every country mad at us within like a year or two. It seems like everyone hates him but somehow he's winning.
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#4
I think you lot aren't considering the fact that other candidates and previous presidents can be stumped, but Trump cannot be. This is a very important factor to note.
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#5
(10 Apr 2016, 18:23:34)frix Wrote: I think you lot aren't considering the fact that other candidates and previous presidents can be stumped, but Trump cannot be. This is a very important factor to note.

What do you mean? Stumped in what sense?
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(10 Apr 2016, 18:24:53)President Kit McCarthy Wrote:
(10 Apr 2016, 18:23:34)frix Wrote: I think you lot aren't considering the fact that other candidates and previous presidents can be stumped, but Trump cannot be. This is a very important factor to note.

What do you mean? Stumped in what sense?

can't stump the trump
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#7
My personal opinion is that it seems the candidates for the
Election are going to be
Ms. Clinton vs Trump and that a large selection of the voters will aim to
Elect alternative candidates such as Stein and Johnson
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#8
I'm a UK Trump supporter, for a few reasons, mostly that Hillary is most definitely an antiChrist, that a lot of Sanders voters will vote Trump out of spite, that he's given a voice to hundreds of thousands of people who haven't had any trust in political candidates for nearly 40 years, that he supports American isolationism, that he will support a more culturally conservative America which will benefit Europe socially, that he's consistently beating other candidates apart from the blip in Utah, and finally that I'm getting a Trump cap from Oklahoma.

Thats just a brief rundown because I'm currently on my phone. I might provide a more thought out response at a later time if prompted.
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(10 Apr 2016, 20:13:14)HL Richard I Wrote: I'm a UK Trump supporter, for a few reasons, mostly that Hillary is most definitely an antiChrist, that a lot of Sanders voters will vote Trump out of spite, that he's given a voice to hundreds of thousands of people who haven't had any trust in political candidates for nearly 40 years, that he supports American isolationism, that he will support a more culturally conservative America which will benefit Europe socially, that he's consistently beating other candidates apart from the blip in Utah, and finally that I'm getting a Trump cap from Oklahoma.

Thats just a brief rundown because I'm currently on my phone. I might provide a more thought out response at a later time if prompted.

How can that possibly justify his other behaviour?
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#10
If America has a president who openly insults other people in public and is incredibly racist, and among other things acts like he doesn't know what manners or curtsey mean, how would that reflect on America and how would that affect international relations? Not for the better.
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