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Trump shows his spectacular stupidity

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Trump shows his spectacular stupidity

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pulse Report This Comment
Date: June 26, 2016 10:26AM

Well certainly ignorance anyway
Robert Report This Comment
Date: June 26, 2016 01:32PM

Compared to Hillary's email, Wall street bribes,real-estate scamming old people,crushing women Bill's abused and her fake charity, seems pretty trivial.
pulse Report This Comment
Date: June 26, 2016 06:17PM

Trivial sure, and not comparing to Clinton stuff because i don't know or care.. but as an individual candidate if that's his level of foreign affair knowledge it's pretty scary.
Robert Report This Comment
Date: June 26, 2016 09:08PM

I found troubling, the reports of White-house staff that she would "wonder the halls in the middle of the night,waving her arms and talking to ghosts".
pulse Report This Comment
Date: June 26, 2016 11:53PM

I too like puppies. They're cute.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: June 27, 2016 08:05AM

As I understand it Scotland Ireland and England are a part of United Kingdom and UK voted out for the EU. Now it seems Northern Ireland and Scotland voted to remain in, But just like over here in our elections those member states were out voted and are bound by the majority. So his statement though factually inaccurate as a whole was true.
pulse Report This Comment
Date: June 27, 2016 08:39PM

Scotland is a COUNTRY inside the United Kingdom, they are not a state in a federalised system.

Therefore, to say they've voted to "take their country back" is not just factually inaccurate, it's also untrue. Not a single district in the country of Scotland voted out.

Anyway, I didn't post this so don't care, but it's pretty appalling to see Trump's complete lack of international understanding, especially when he's in the country he's talking about.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: June 27, 2016 10:25PM

The long and the short of it regarding this election is ... it's a shit show. Outta 330+ million people, the fact that we have to choose between these 2 is pretty fuckin sad. Haddn been able to get solidly behind any candidate since the 80s and this lesser of evils crap is really gettin old sad smiley
woberto Report This Comment
Date: June 28, 2016 12:06AM

JG think of it this way.
On their passports it reads Great Britain.
But they are separate countries (and some territories to make it even more confusing).
At the Olympics, they are Great Britain.
At the Commonwealth Games they are England, Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales.
And then there's the Isle Of Man & Jersey, not sure what they are...
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: June 28, 2016 08:25AM

I still think it would be similar to the US in that if the majority votes one way then the whole is bound by the majority.

I am in favor of anyone who will try to get rid of all the politically correct bullshit we have now. I know what Hillary will do the the country if she is elected and it is not good so I want to see what will happen if Trump is elected. I want to see if he will be able to build a wall and I would like to see if he will be able to make America prosperous again. We can say we know what will happen but until he actually takes office for a while we just don't know. With Hillary we are pretty sure she will continue Odamna's policies because she has basically said it in her speeches. I also want to see how many people will leave the US if he is elected.