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Wall Street Journal bluntly states he undercut his ability by being his own worst enemy.

 

With reports that White House officials are preparing for the worst, the Journal painted a grim portrait of the president’s re-election prospects by pointing out many voters like his policies — but disliked the man.

 

“Mr. Trump has never had an approval rating higher than 50% in four years. The Occam’s razor explanation is that most people like Mr. Trump’s policy results but dislike the way he has conducted his Presidency,” the editorial stated before praising, for example, his selection of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court and his tax reform policies.

 

However, they took the president to task for his personal faults that undermined his presidency and would appear to be a major factor why he faces ouster after one term.

 

“Mr. Trump’s own chaotic governance has too often handed his enemies a sword. His narcissism made him think he could control FBI director James Comey, and his indulgent tweet about taping Mr. Comey triggered a special counsel. He is often reckless and makes needless enemies. He is not the only cause of America’s political divisions, but he has contributed to them. He has had four chiefs of staff, four national security advisers, and he often trashes good people as they depart,” they wrote. “As we warned in 2017, Mr. Trump has also squandered his ability to persuade with false claims. That lack of credibility came home to haunt with Covid-19. Mr. Trump’s policies—on vaccines and resources—are better than his critics claim. But his habit of personalizing everything, engaging in petty feuds, and making Panglossian claims of ’rounding the turn’ have cost him support, especially among seniors.”

 

With that in mind, and noting that the election is more a referendum on Trump the man and not Trump the president, the editors suggested readers prepare for former Joe Biden as the new president.

 

“There’s no reason to think Mr. Trump’s governance would change in a second term. His disruption worked in 2016 against Hillary Clinton, but he has returned to the same playbook this year when the public is in a different frame of mind. Americans want calm realism on Covid. For all of his cunning and marketing flair, he has missed this change in the national mood. By focusing so much on himself, he has helped Mr. Biden make the election a referendum on the incumbent rather than a choice,” the wrote before predicting, “If Mr. Trump does lose, and takes a Republican Senate down with him, the cause will not be weak Republicans, incompetent campaign staff, or even the relentless partisanship of the press. Joe Biden and the Democrats couldn’t make Mr. Trump the third incumbent in a century to be fired after a single term. Only Donald Trump could do that.”

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""I LOVE THE UNEDUCATED....I WON WITH THE UNEDUCATED""

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Wall Street Journal bluntly states he undercut his ability by being his own worst enemy.

 

With reports that White House officials are preparing for the worst, the Journal painted a grim portrait of the president’s re-election prospects by pointing out many voters like his policies — but disliked the man.

 

“Mr. Trump has never had an approval rating higher than 50% in four years. The Occam’s razor explanation is that most people like Mr. Trump’s policy results but dislike the way he has conducted his Presidency,” the editorial stated before praising, for example, his selection of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court and his tax reform policies.

 

However, they took the president to task for his personal faults that undermined his presidency and would appear to be a major factor why he faces ouster after one term.

 

“Mr. Trump’s own chaotic governance has too often handed his enemies a sword. His narcissism made him think he could control FBI director James Comey, and his indulgent tweet about taping Mr. Comey triggered a special counsel. He is often reckless and makes needless enemies. He is not the only cause of America’s political divisions, but he has contributed to them. He has had four chiefs of staff, four national security advisers, and he often trashes good people as they depart,” they wrote. “As we warned in 2017, Mr. Trump has also squandered his ability to persuade with false claims. That lack of credibility came home to haunt with Covid-19. Mr. Trump’s policies—on vaccines and resources—are better than his critics claim. But his habit of personalizing everything, engaging in petty feuds, and making Panglossian claims of ’rounding the turn’ have cost him support, especially among seniors.”

 

With that in mind, and noting that the election is more a referendum on Trump the man and not Trump the president, the editors suggested readers prepare for former Joe Biden as the new president.

 

“There’s no reason to think Mr. Trump’s governance would change in a second term. His disruption worked in 2016 against Hillary Clinton, but he has returned to the same playbook this year when the public is in a different frame of mind. Americans want calm realism on Covid. For all of his cunning and marketing flair, he has missed this change in the national mood. By focusing so much on himself, he has helped Mr. Biden make the election a referendum on the incumbent rather than a choice,” the wrote before predicting, “If Mr. Trump does lose, and takes a Republican Senate down with him, the cause will not be weak Republicans, incompetent campaign staff, or even the relentless partisanship of the press. Joe Biden and the Democrats couldn’t make Mr. Trump the third incumbent in a century to be fired after a single term. Only Donald Trump could do that.”

 

"Dislike the man"

 

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The latest from Prez MORON.....

 

At a rally in Green Bay, WI, Trump says “the Black vote is not turning out for [Biden] … they’re not showing up to vote and others aren’t either.....Biden's team is worried that he's failed to drive Black and Latino voters to the polls" Bloomberg reports. But far less believable — in fact, actually false — is Trump's claim that Biden will send the U.S. back to the 18th century. "There will be no heating in the winter, no air conditioning in the summer, and no electricity whenever the hell you want it," Trump claimed, for some incomprehensible reason.

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59 minutes ago, benson13 said:

No... Most people hate his policies and his fcking guts....the loony bastard has been staying up and rage tweeting at 3 a.m. also, The walls are closing in and fat Hitler knows it. 

“Most people” 🤣🤣🤣 look at the size of the Trump rally’s all across the country even in deep blue areas. You’re going to find out Tuesday that you live in a bubble. 

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1 hour ago, benson13 said:

No... Most people hate his policies and his fcking guts....the loony bastard has been staying up and rage tweeting at 3 a.m. also, The walls are closing in and fat Hitler knows it. 

 

COMPLETE BULL SHIT !

 

Donald Trump is a TRUE president of the PEOPLE... NOT of the Rich Elites and the Washington Establishment !!   And THAT is why the FAKE News media, the Washington Establishment, the Deep State, and the Rich elites HATE Him !!

 

MOST "People" KNOW... Donald Trump tells the TRUTH, and the ESTABLISHMENT doesn't like THAT EITHER !! !!

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Donald Trump is a TRUE president of 40% of the PEOPLE

 

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Just now, benson13 said:

Wall Street Journal bluntly states he undercut his ability by being his own worst enemy.

 

With reports that White House officials are preparing for the worst, the Journal painted a grim portrait of the president’s re-election prospects by pointing out many voters like his policies — but disliked the man.

 

“Mr. Trump has never had an approval rating higher than 50% in four years. The Occam’s razor explanation is that most people like Mr. Trump’s policy results but dislike the way he has conducted his Presidency,” the editorial stated before praising, for example, his selection of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court and his tax reform policies.

 

However, they took the president to task for his personal faults that undermined his presidency and would appear to be a major factor why he faces ouster after one term.

 

“Mr. Trump’s own chaotic governance has too often handed his enemies a sword. His narcissism made him think he could control FBI director James Comey, and his indulgent tweet about taping Mr. Comey triggered a special counsel. He is often reckless and makes needless enemies. He is not the only cause of America’s political divisions, but he has contributed to them. He has had four chiefs of staff, four national security advisers, and he often trashes good people as they depart,” they wrote. “As we warned in 2017, Mr. Trump has also squandered his ability to persuade with false claims. That lack of credibility came home to haunt with Covid-19. Mr. Trump’s policies—on vaccines and resources—are better than his critics claim. But his habit of personalizing everything, engaging in petty feuds, and making Panglossian claims of ’rounding the turn’ have cost him support, especially among seniors.”

 

With that in mind, and noting that the election is more a referendum on Trump the man and not Trump the president, the editors suggested readers prepare for former Joe Biden as the new president.

 

“There’s no reason to think Mr. Trump’s governance would change in a second term. His disruption worked in 2016 against Hillary Clinton, but he has returned to the same playbook this year when the public is in a different frame of mind. Americans want calm realism on Covid. For all of his cunning and marketing flair, he has missed this change in the national mood. By focusing so much on himself, he has helped Mr. Biden make the election a referendum on the incumbent rather than a choice,” the wrote before predicting, “If Mr. Trump does lose, and takes a Republican Senate down with him, the cause will not be weak Republicans, incompetent campaign staff, or even the relentless partisanship of the press. Joe Biden and the Democrats couldn’t make Mr. Trump the third incumbent in a century to be fired after a single term. Only Donald Trump could do that.”

Benson how does it feel to realize that Trump is uniting the nation while sleepy Joe and the Dems are STILL trying to divide it?????

African Americans are waking up and realizing that your party is the party of liars and divider's ....

Hispanics are waking up to this fact also...

America is going to send a very clear message to you and your ilk....

And then you will cry and make excuse after excuse of why you lost..

For another 4 years ....

 

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Whitemajikman said:

Benson how does it feel to realize that Trump is uniting the nation while sleepy Joe and the Dems are STILL trying to divide it?????

African Americans are waking up and realizing that your party is the party of liars and divider's ....

Hispanics are waking up to this fact also...

America is going to send a very clear message to you and your ilk....

And then you will cry and make excuse after excuse of why you lost..

For another 4 years ....

 

 

 

 

Trump is uniting the nation alright. Against him

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Just now, benson13 said:

Donald Trump is a TRUE president of 40% of the PEOPLE

 

  1. Jared Kushner 'admitted Donald Trump lies to his base because ...

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    democracyguardian.com/are-trump-supporters...

    In the end, a summary of whether Trump supporters are as stupid as we think is probably stated best by actor and comedian, John Cleese, of Monty Python fame: “The problem with people like this is that they are so stupid, they have no idea how stupid they are.”

  3. Why Do Trump Voters Believe His Lies? It's Not Because They ...

    www.huffpost.com/entry/why-do-trump-voters...

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All the propaganda in the world will not stop America from purging progressivism to the dust bin of history.

America, now sees how the Dem party has lied to, cheated and censored it's citizens over the last 4 years and how the left has created and implemented a campaign of divisiveness using hate, race and fear against "we the people".

How the Dem party is the swamp.

And how if left unchecked will destroy the very foundations this country was built upon....Freedom,Prosperity,and Security.

 

 

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6 hours ago, benson13 said:

No... Most people hate his policies and his fcking guts....the loony bastard has been staying up and rage tweeting at 3 a.m. also, The walls are closing in and fat Hitler knows it. 

 

You've GOT to laugh!  They are trying to find someone BESIDES TRUMP to blame for his loss.  :D  

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7 hours ago, benson13 said:

No... Most people hate his policies and his fcking guts....the loony bastard has been staying up and rage tweeting at 3 a.m. also, The walls are closing in and fat Hitler knows it. 

Most people, who is that, most of your friends? Oh I forgot you don't have any friends.

 

Here a little reminder of your supposed party.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Zaro said:

Trump is uniting the nation alright. Against him

And just what is it that you've seen democrats do in the last 5 years besides spew hatred against Trump and the right. You call that uniting? 

 

 

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