Trump the Greatest President Ever

Trump the Greatest President Ever

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Mr McGoo

Corpus Christi, TX

#1 Nov 7, 2017
Two great examples of his great work are China And Japan.

When Obama last went to China, it was a massive embarrassment as just one point of contrast.

I sat in the car dealership yesterday and had no choice except to watch CNN. I read the endless nonsense here. Theses are people full of hate and with small minds and empty souls who hate their country putting their hate above the well-being of their country.

Meanwhile Trump is out there doing great things for this Country
Phillip from Macedonia

Taft, TX

#3 Nov 7, 2017
The numbers speak for themselves low unemployment, 3% growth, etc

We have good relations with China better than many years, etc

Our biggest problem is AHs like you
Donald Duck Von Tramp

Billerica, MA

#4 Nov 7, 2017
Phillip from Macedonia wrote:
The numbers speak for themselves low unemployment, 3% growth, etc

We have good relations with China better than many years, etc

Our biggest problem is AHs like you
Tell us what economic POLICY tramp has implemented that he should take credit for 4% unemployment NOT 3 LIAR!!

You're enjoying Barack Obama's economy dumb@ss.
Donald Duck Von Tramp

Billerica, MA

#5 Nov 7, 2017
On planet Dumb@ss!! Alternate Universe he is!!

We all thought ACCORDING TO YOU that those numbers were FAKE NEWS!!!! I guess they're suddenly not fake anymore hmmmm.

To win elections, Trump likes to create alternate universes

Throughout much of 2016, Donald Trump had an important challenge to overcome. Among his troubles was the fact that Barack Obama was a popular president, leading in a time of low unemployment and low crime, making it difficult for a Republican to make the case for a radical change in the nation’s direction.

And so, Trump created an alternate universe that better suited his purposes. How did the GOP candidate respond to low unemployment? By insisting that jobless rate was politically-motivated fiction, cooked up by corrupt officials hiding the truth. At different points in the campaign, Trump publicly argued that the unemployment rate was 20%– or possibly 42%– even as reality pointed to a rate below 5%.

Trump did the same thing when talking about crime rates. The Republican insisted repeatedly that the U.S. murder rate was at a 45-year high, despite the evidence that showed it nearly a 50-year low.(The Trump campaign ultimately said the FBI might be lying in its crime statistics.)

Watching Trump replace our reality with an alternate universe was, of course, disorienting, which was very likely the point. What we didn’t realize at the time, however, is that would become the first page in his playbook on how to win elections.

Virginians will go to the polls today to elect a new governor, and the president desperately hopes former RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie prevails. Republicans, however, face a familiar dynamic: the Democratic incumbent enjoys fairly broad support, and Virginia has thrived in recent years.

Naturally, Trump’s solution is to once again create an alternate reality.“The state of Virginia economy, under Democrat rule, has been terrible,” the president said yesterday. He added this morning that the commonwealth is plagued by “high crime and poor economic performance.”

Whether the president understands this or not, he’s completely wrong.

Unemployment in Virginia has consistently been lower than in the United States on the whole. As unemployment rose in 2001 and 2007, unemployment simultaneously rose in Virginia. But unemployment in the commonwealth has consistently been at least 10 percent lower than the national unemployment rate.

To Trump’s point, that margin has been lower since Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) took office in 2014 (though it began dropping under Republican Bob McDonnell). This isn’t what Trump wrote, though.

On unemployment, Virginia in recent years has outpaced the national average. The state’s economic growth rates have been quite healthy. It also has one of the nation’s lowest crime rates.

In other words, the truth is pretty much the opposite of what Donald Trump said it is – just like last year. The facts are politically inconvenient, so the president has found it necessary to ignore them and create a fictional dystopia.

This tactic worked relatively well from Trump a year ago. We’ll find out tonight whether the strategy is still effective.
Master Brain

United States

#6 Nov 7, 2017
Anybody that can't see Trump are President is trying to help America back to Greatest & Glory is a liberal hater! They been misguided by a Muslim traitor President & a money hunger greedy crooked woman name Hillary Clinton!
Phillip from Macedonia

United States

#7 Nov 7, 2017
Donald Duck Von Tramp wrote:
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Tell us what economic POLICY tramp has implemented that he should take credit for 4% unemployment NOT 3 LIAR!!

You're enjoying Barack Obama's economy dumb@ss.
Your a nut case. He has allowed construction of a hugely important pipeline among many, many things
Phillip from Macedonia

United States

#8 Nov 7, 2017
Donald Duck Von Tramp wrote:
On planet Dumb@ss!! Alternate Universe he is!!

We all thought ACCORDING TO YOU that those numbers were FAKE NEWS!!!! I guess they're suddenly not fake anymore hmmmm.

To win elections, Trump likes to create alternate universes

Throughout much of 2016, Donald Trump had an important challenge to overcome. Among his troubles was the fact that Barack Obama was a popular president, leading in a time of low unemployment and low crime, making it difficult for a Republican to make the case for a radical change in the nation’s direction.

And so, Trump created an alternate universe that better suited his purposes. How did the GOP candidate respond to low unemployment? By insisting that jobless rate was politically-motivated fiction, cooked up by corrupt officials hiding the truth. At different points in the campaign, Trump publicly argued that the unemployment rate was 20%– or possibly 42%– even as reality pointed to a rate below 5%.

Trump did the same thing when talking about crime rates. The Republican insisted repeatedly that the U.S. murder rate was at a 45-year high, despite the evidence that showed it nearly a 50-year low.(The Trump campaign ultimately said the FBI might be lying in its crime statistics.)

Watching Trump replace our reality with an alternate universe was, of course, disorienting, which was very likely the point. What we didn’t realize at the time, however, is that would become the first page in his playbook on how to win elections.

Virginians will go to the polls today to elect a new governor, and the president desperately hopes former RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie prevails. Republicans, however, face a familiar dynamic: the Democratic incumbent enjoys fairly broad support, and Virginia has thrived in recent years.

Naturally, Trump’s solution is to once again create an alternate reality.“The state of Virginia economy, under Democrat rule, has been terrible,” the president said yesterday. He added this morning that the commonwealth is plagued by “high crime and poor economic performance.”

Whether the president understands this or not, he’s completely wrong.

Unemployment in Virginia has consistently been lower than in the United States on the whole. As unemployment rose in 2001 and 2007, unemployment simultaneously rose in Virginia. But unemployment in the commonwealth has consistently been at least 10 percent lower than the national unemployment rate.

To Trump’s point, that margin has been lower since Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) took office in 2014 (though it began dropping under Republican Bob McDonnell). This isn’t what Trump wrote, though.

On unemployment, Virginia in recent years has outpaced the national average. The state’s economic growth rates have been quite healthy. It also has one of the nation’s lowest crime rates.

In other words, the truth is pretty much the opposite of what Donald Trump said it is – just like last year. The facts are politically inconvenient, so the president has found it necessary to ignore them and create a fictional dystopia.

This tactic worked relatively well from Trump a year ago. We’ll find out tonight whether the strategy is still effective.
You started out with a lie. I never called the unemployment or growth rate numbers fake news. You are so thoroughly dishonest and deceptive your material should be ignored
Liar in Chief

United States

#9 Nov 7, 2017
Master Brain wrote:
Anybody that can't see Trump are President is trying to help America back to Greatest & Glory is a liberal hater! They been misguided by a Muslim traitor President & a money hunger greedy crooked woman name Hillary Clinton!
Trumps playbook- the truth is a lie & a lie is the truth. 1984 is here.
Phillip from Macedonia

United States

#10 Nov 7, 2017
Liar in Chief wrote:
<quoted text>
Trumps playbook- the truth is a lie & a lie is the truth. 1984 is here.
That is your play book
Go away

United States

#11 Nov 7, 2017
Liar in Chief wrote:
<quoted text>
Trumps playbook- the truth is a lie & a lie is the truth. 1984 is here.
I agree, along with Animal Farm, The Handmaids Tale and others.
Saul Alinsky

Petersburg, VA

#12 Nov 7, 2017
Rock on Donald Trump
Master Brain

Columbus, OH

#13 Nov 7, 2017
Liar in Chief wrote:
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Trumps playbook- the truth is a lie & a lie is the truth. 1984 is here.
And what did I say don't believe those Liberal haters and here is a big one Liar in Chief a liberal hater! He would even lie to his own mother !
Master Brain

Columbus, OH

#14 Nov 7, 2017
Saul Alinsky wrote:
Rock on Donald Trump
And Saul I hope today the Republican party can win another Governor's seat Virginia! Then it will 36 Republicans one Indentpent and 13 lying liberal Democrats!
Donald Duck Von Tramp

Billerica, MA

#15 Nov 7, 2017
19 times Trump called jobs numbers ‘fake’ before they made him look good
Phillip from Macedonia

United States

#16 Nov 7, 2017
Hey, dummy, even though the number understates unemployment, it is still good when the the number goes down significantly, duh
Donald Duck Von Tramp

Billerica, MA

#17 Nov 7, 2017
America's job market has made progress under Obama's watch. U.S. unemployment hit a high of 10% in October 2009 and is now at less than half that level.

Cut in half and the clown said it was fake.

Now not!

MAke as many ignorant excuses as you want, you all claimed they were fake when Obama was in office, now they are not according to you hypocrites!!!

Without double standards, Republicans don't exist.

Epidemic of Amnesia strikes again!
Phillip from Macedonia

United States

#18 Nov 7, 2017
Hey, dummy, it. Is now nearly a year into Trump presidency. Obama does't get credit for that. Her whiz
Go Away

United States

#20 Nov 7, 2017
Mr McGoo wrote:
Two great examples of his great work are China And Japan.

When Obama last went to China, it was a massive embarrassment as just one point of contrast.

I sat in the car dealership yesterday and had no choice except to watch CNN. I read the endless nonsense here. Theses are people full of hate and with small minds and empty souls who hate their country putting their hate above the well-being of their country.

Meanwhile Trump is out there doing great things for this Country
Please do tell just what Trump has done since he has been in office, all I have seen him do is make an ass out of himself and the USA. He doesn't even know he is the President of the Virgin Islands, he is trying to get Japan to start factories to make cars in the USA?????????? DUH! It was the innocent people in Virginia who are just as much to blame as the White Nationalists? Yucking it up in a private meeting with the Russians, trying to see who he can out squeeze when he shakes hands with the leaders of other countries ( How Childish)he shoved several people out of his way in another country so he could get to the front to be photographed, he lied like a dog and told the people in the USA that the former and the leader now of Mexico said that they would build that wall, THEY SAID NO SUCH THING.Tried to threaten and bully Canada into doing his will, it didn't work the leader of Canada stood up to the bully and Trump tucked his tail in and ran like a scared rabbit. These are only a few things that dumb ass has done, there are many more, pull your head out of the sand and smell the coffee. WHERE'S THE WALL, WHERE'S THE HEALTH CARE, WHERE'S THE TAX CUT( only for the rich of course),WHERE IS ANY DAMNED THING HE PROMISED HIS VOTERS??????????
SmokinJoe

Chester, NY

#21 Nov 7, 2017
Mr McGoo wrote:
Two great examples of his great work are China And Japan.

When Obama last went to China, it was a massive embarrassment as just one point of contrast.

I sat in the car dealership yesterday and had no choice except to watch CNN. I read the endless nonsense here. Theses are people full of hate and with small minds and empty souls who hate their country putting their hate above the well-being of their country.

Meanwhile Trump is out there doing great things for this Country
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Mr McGoo aka Phillip from Macedonia
SmokinJoe

Chester, NY

#22 Nov 7, 2017
The team of Donald Trump aka 5-5-5

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