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Unread postPosted: August 7th, 2019, 8:26 pm 
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This is a hard-working president. No matter what beating he's getting, he soldiers on, and does not show any signs of giving up.

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Unread postPosted: August 7th, 2019, 9:20 pm 
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This is a hard-working president. No matter what beating he's getting, he soldiers on, and does not show any signs of giving up.

His prog enemies aint giving up either.

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Unread postPosted: August 8th, 2019, 1:56 pm 
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It never ends. Now they want to boycott Soulcycle of which I had been a participating cyclist.


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Unread postPosted: August 8th, 2019, 3:49 pm 
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It never ends. Now they want to boycott Soulcycle of which I had been a participating cyclist.


Because one of their passive investors supports Trump. :2r4ml1j_th:

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Unread postPosted: August 8th, 2019, 3:50 pm 
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Herman wrote:
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It never ends. Now they want to boycott Soulcycle of which I had been a participating cyclist.


Because one of their passive investors supports Trump. :2r4ml1j_th:


Of course.

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Unread postPosted: August 8th, 2019, 3:57 pm 
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@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
Herman wrote:
@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
It never ends. Now they want to boycott Soulcycle of which I had been a participating cyclist.


Because one of their passive investors supports Trump. :2r4ml1j_th:


Of course.

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Unread postPosted: August 14th, 2019, 1:08 pm 
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So millionaires and billionaires give money to idiots like AOC to destroy jobs and no so secretly want working people to lose their jobs.

https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/13/jede ... paign=9706
Trump’s Small Dollar Donation Surge: ‘Huge Groundswell’ Of ‘Grassroots Support’ Could Spell Danger For Dems

Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila said a “huge groundswell” of “grassroots support,” evidenced by a surge in small donations for President Donald Trump’s campaign, could spell trouble for Democrats in 2020.

Federal Election Commission figures show the president raising 61 percent of his money from small donors who contribute $200 or less, a figure significantly higher than prior GOP nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain, who both weighed in at 26 percent.

Tuesday’s “The Five” discussion came after producers played a clip of Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green saying impeachment would make Trump “persona non grata” to wealthy donors.

“The idea that he’s gonna be persona non grata to wealthy donors, last time around, as this time around, he gets his money in small donations in a way that Mitt Romney and John McCain and Republican candidates usually don’t,” said fill-in co-host Mark Steyn. “If a couple of billionaires are embarrassed because he’s impeached, big deal. He will still get his $50 and $100 donations, and that’s what he got last time, and that’s the difference …”

“It’s a huge problem,” said Bila. “The folks on the left aren’t used to having to deal with candidates like this on the right. This is a huge groundswell, and you’re seeing grassroots support and that’s very dangerous for the competition because that means that those people are going to go out and vote. Those grassroots supporters get really passionate around election time.”

Bila wondered if “left-wingers” like HBO host Bill Maher, who is calling for a recession that would hurt working people, “don’t secretly work for Trump.”

Co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Democrats pushing for a “trade war” by boycotting conservative businesses are pushing “the marginalized to give money to Trump.”

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Unread postPosted: August 15th, 2019, 1:24 pm 
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He just can't fade into the background like the others have done.


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Unread postPosted: August 15th, 2019, 1:32 pm 
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Herman wrote:
So millionaires and billionaires give money to idiots like AOC to destroy jobs and no so secretly want working people to lose their jobs.

https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/13/jede ... paign=9706
Trump’s Small Dollar Donation Surge: ‘Huge Groundswell’ Of ‘Grassroots Support’ Could Spell Danger For Dems

Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila said a “huge groundswell” of “grassroots support,” evidenced by a surge in small donations for President Donald Trump’s campaign, could spell trouble for Democrats in 2020.

Federal Election Commission figures show the president raising 61 percent of his money from small donors who contribute $200 or less, a figure significantly higher than prior GOP nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain, who both weighed in at 26 percent.

Tuesday’s “The Five” discussion came after producers played a clip of Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green saying impeachment would make Trump “persona non grata” to wealthy donors.

“The idea that he’s gonna be persona non grata to wealthy donors, last time around, as this time around, he gets his money in small donations in a way that Mitt Romney and John McCain and Republican candidates usually don’t,” said fill-in co-host Mark Steyn. “If a couple of billionaires are embarrassed because he’s impeached, big deal. He will still get his $50 and $100 donations, and that’s what he got last time, and that’s the difference …”

“It’s a huge problem,” said Bila. “The folks on the left aren’t used to having to deal with candidates like this on the right. This is a huge groundswell, and you’re seeing grassroots support and that’s very dangerous for the competition because that means that those people are going to go out and vote. Those grassroots supporters get really passionate around election time.”

Bila wondered if “left-wingers” like HBO host Bill Maher, who is calling for a recession that would hurt working people, “don’t secretly work for Trump.”

Co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Democrats pushing for a “trade war” by boycotting conservative businesses are pushing “the marginalized to give money to Trump.”


:thumbup: AOC is a supreme goof.

So pleased to hear Netanyahu does not want Tlaib and Omar to go to Israel. BOOM! :thumbup:

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Unread postPosted: August 18th, 2019, 3:37 pm 
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@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
Herman wrote:
So millionaires and billionaires give money to idiots like AOC to destroy jobs and no so secretly want working people to lose their jobs.

https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/13/jede ... paign=9706
Trump’s Small Dollar Donation Surge: ‘Huge Groundswell’ Of ‘Grassroots Support’ Could Spell Danger For Dems

Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila said a “huge groundswell” of “grassroots support,” evidenced by a surge in small donations for President Donald Trump’s campaign, could spell trouble for Democrats in 2020.

Federal Election Commission figures show the president raising 61 percent of his money from small donors who contribute $200 or less, a figure significantly higher than prior GOP nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain, who both weighed in at 26 percent.

Tuesday’s “The Five” discussion came after producers played a clip of Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green saying impeachment would make Trump “persona non grata” to wealthy donors.

“The idea that he’s gonna be persona non grata to wealthy donors, last time around, as this time around, he gets his money in small donations in a way that Mitt Romney and John McCain and Republican candidates usually don’t,” said fill-in co-host Mark Steyn. “If a couple of billionaires are embarrassed because he’s impeached, big deal. He will still get his $50 and $100 donations, and that’s what he got last time, and that’s the difference …”

“It’s a huge problem,” said Bila. “The folks on the left aren’t used to having to deal with candidates like this on the right. This is a huge groundswell, and you’re seeing grassroots support and that’s very dangerous for the competition because that means that those people are going to go out and vote. Those grassroots supporters get really passionate around election time.”

Bila wondered if “left-wingers” like HBO host Bill Maher, who is calling for a recession that would hurt working people, “don’t secretly work for Trump.”

Co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Democrats pushing for a “trade war” by boycotting conservative businesses are pushing “the marginalized to give money to Trump.”


:thumbup: AOC is a supreme goof.

So pleased to hear Netanyahu does not want Tlaib and Omar to go to Israel. BOOM! :thumbup:

I will drink to that.

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Unread postPosted: August 19th, 2019, 5:43 am 

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@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
Herman wrote:
So millionaires and billionaires give money to idiots like AOC to destroy jobs and no so secretly want working people to lose their jobs.

https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/13/jede ... paign=9706
Trump’s Small Dollar Donation Surge: ‘Huge Groundswell’ Of ‘Grassroots Support’ Could Spell Danger For Dems

Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila said a “huge groundswell” of “grassroots support,” evidenced by a surge in small donations for President Donald Trump’s campaign, could spell trouble for Democrats in 2020.

Federal Election Commission figures show the president raising 61 percent of his money from small donors who contribute $200 or less, a figure significantly higher than prior GOP nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain, who both weighed in at 26 percent.

Tuesday’s “The Five” discussion came after producers played a clip of Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green saying impeachment would make Trump “persona non grata” to wealthy donors.

“The idea that he’s gonna be persona non grata to wealthy donors, last time around, as this time around, he gets his money in small donations in a way that Mitt Romney and John McCain and Republican candidates usually don’t,” said fill-in co-host Mark Steyn. “If a couple of billionaires are embarrassed because he’s impeached, big deal. He will still get his $50 and $100 donations, and that’s what he got last time, and that’s the difference …”

“It’s a huge problem,” said Bila. “The folks on the left aren’t used to having to deal with candidates like this on the right. This is a huge groundswell, and you’re seeing grassroots support and that’s very dangerous for the competition because that means that those people are going to go out and vote. Those grassroots supporters get really passionate around election time.”

Bila wondered if “left-wingers” like HBO host Bill Maher, who is calling for a recession that would hurt working people, “don’t secretly work for Trump.”

Co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Democrats pushing for a “trade war” by boycotting conservative businesses are pushing “the marginalized to give money to Trump.”


:thumbup: AOC is a supreme goof.

So pleased to hear Netanyahu does not want Tlaib and Omar to go to Israel. BOOM! :thumbup:

I believe they did issue them travel visas.


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Unread postPosted: August 19th, 2019, 6:55 am 
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Fashionista wrote:
@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
Herman wrote:
So millionaires and billionaires give money to idiots like AOC to destroy jobs and no so secretly want working people to lose their jobs.

https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/13/jede ... paign=9706
Trump’s Small Dollar Donation Surge: ‘Huge Groundswell’ Of ‘Grassroots Support’ Could Spell Danger For Dems

Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila said a “huge groundswell” of “grassroots support,” evidenced by a surge in small donations for President Donald Trump’s campaign, could spell trouble for Democrats in 2020.

Federal Election Commission figures show the president raising 61 percent of his money from small donors who contribute $200 or less, a figure significantly higher than prior GOP nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain, who both weighed in at 26 percent.

Tuesday’s “The Five” discussion came after producers played a clip of Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green saying impeachment would make Trump “persona non grata” to wealthy donors.

“The idea that he’s gonna be persona non grata to wealthy donors, last time around, as this time around, he gets his money in small donations in a way that Mitt Romney and John McCain and Republican candidates usually don’t,” said fill-in co-host Mark Steyn. “If a couple of billionaires are embarrassed because he’s impeached, big deal. He will still get his $50 and $100 donations, and that’s what he got last time, and that’s the difference …”

“It’s a huge problem,” said Bila. “The folks on the left aren’t used to having to deal with candidates like this on the right. This is a huge groundswell, and you’re seeing grassroots support and that’s very dangerous for the competition because that means that those people are going to go out and vote. Those grassroots supporters get really passionate around election time.”

Bila wondered if “left-wingers” like HBO host Bill Maher, who is calling for a recession that would hurt working people, “don’t secretly work for Trump.”

Co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Democrats pushing for a “trade war” by boycotting conservative businesses are pushing “the marginalized to give money to Trump.”


:thumbup: AOC is a supreme goof.

So pleased to hear Netanyahu does not want Tlaib and Omar to go to Israel. BOOM! :thumbup:

I believe they did issue them travel visas.

Why?

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Unread postPosted: August 19th, 2019, 3:40 pm 
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iron horse jockey wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
Herman wrote:
So millionaires and billionaires give money to idiots like AOC to destroy jobs and no so secretly want working people to lose their jobs.

https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/13/jede ... paign=9706
Trump’s Small Dollar Donation Surge: ‘Huge Groundswell’ Of ‘Grassroots Support’ Could Spell Danger For Dems

Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila said a “huge groundswell” of “grassroots support,” evidenced by a surge in small donations for President Donald Trump’s campaign, could spell trouble for Democrats in 2020.

Federal Election Commission figures show the president raising 61 percent of his money from small donors who contribute $200 or less, a figure significantly higher than prior GOP nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain, who both weighed in at 26 percent.

Tuesday’s “The Five” discussion came after producers played a clip of Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green saying impeachment would make Trump “persona non grata” to wealthy donors.

“The idea that he’s gonna be persona non grata to wealthy donors, last time around, as this time around, he gets his money in small donations in a way that Mitt Romney and John McCain and Republican candidates usually don’t,” said fill-in co-host Mark Steyn. “If a couple of billionaires are embarrassed because he’s impeached, big deal. He will still get his $50 and $100 donations, and that’s what he got last time, and that’s the difference …”

“It’s a huge problem,” said Bila. “The folks on the left aren’t used to having to deal with candidates like this on the right. This is a huge groundswell, and you’re seeing grassroots support and that’s very dangerous for the competition because that means that those people are going to go out and vote. Those grassroots supporters get really passionate around election time.”

Bila wondered if “left-wingers” like HBO host Bill Maher, who is calling for a recession that would hurt working people, “don’t secretly work for Trump.”

Co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Democrats pushing for a “trade war” by boycotting conservative businesses are pushing “the marginalized to give money to Trump.”


:thumbup: AOC is a supreme goof.

So pleased to hear Netanyahu does not want Tlaib and Omar to go to Israel. BOOM! :thumbup:

I believe they did issue them travel visas.

Why?


Good question. It's a complete clusterfuck of events.

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Unread postPosted: August 19th, 2019, 3:45 pm 
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@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
iron horse jockey wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
Herman wrote:
So millionaires and billionaires give money to idiots like AOC to destroy jobs and no so secretly want working people to lose their jobs.

https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/13/jede ... paign=9706
Trump’s Small Dollar Donation Surge: ‘Huge Groundswell’ Of ‘Grassroots Support’ Could Spell Danger For Dems

Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila said a “huge groundswell” of “grassroots support,” evidenced by a surge in small donations for President Donald Trump’s campaign, could spell trouble for Democrats in 2020.

Federal Election Commission figures show the president raising 61 percent of his money from small donors who contribute $200 or less, a figure significantly higher than prior GOP nominees Mitt Romney and John McCain, who both weighed in at 26 percent.

Tuesday’s “The Five” discussion came after producers played a clip of Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green saying impeachment would make Trump “persona non grata” to wealthy donors.

“The idea that he’s gonna be persona non grata to wealthy donors, last time around, as this time around, he gets his money in small donations in a way that Mitt Romney and John McCain and Republican candidates usually don’t,” said fill-in co-host Mark Steyn. “If a couple of billionaires are embarrassed because he’s impeached, big deal. He will still get his $50 and $100 donations, and that’s what he got last time, and that’s the difference …”

“It’s a huge problem,” said Bila. “The folks on the left aren’t used to having to deal with candidates like this on the right. This is a huge groundswell, and you’re seeing grassroots support and that’s very dangerous for the competition because that means that those people are going to go out and vote. Those grassroots supporters get really passionate around election time.”

Bila wondered if “left-wingers” like HBO host Bill Maher, who is calling for a recession that would hurt working people, “don’t secretly work for Trump.”

Co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Democrats pushing for a “trade war” by boycotting conservative businesses are pushing “the marginalized to give money to Trump.”


:thumbup: AOC is a supreme goof.

So pleased to hear Netanyahu does not want Tlaib and Omar to go to Israel. BOOM! :thumbup:

I believe they did issue them travel visas.

Why?


Good question. It's a complete clusterfuck of events.

Israel is worried that the democRATs will win the presidency next year and start punishing Israel.

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Unread postPosted: September 17th, 2019, 3:46 am 
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I just saw this.

Apple to invest $200M in Kentucky Gorilla Glass factory
https://www.courier-journal.com/story/m ... 318352001/

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Unread postPosted: September 18th, 2019, 3:50 am 
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Do not let up on illegal immigration Mr President.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/09/politics ... index.html
Trump administration touts big drop in border crossings

Washington (CNN)Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan, speaking at the White House on Monday, touted a drop in border arrests and highlighted the construction of new sections of the border wall.

Morgan said 64,000 people had been apprehended or deemed inadmissible in August -- down from 82,000 in July and 144,000 from the peak in May.
Morgan credited President Donald Trump's "unprecedented network of initiatives," including the push to have Mexico conduct more enforcement on the border, with securing that 56% drop since May.

The August numbers show a consistent decline in arrests since the spring, and come as the Trump administration has pushed forward numerous controversial policies intended to help stem the flow of migrants arriving at the southern border.

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, appearing alongside President Donald Trump at the White House last Wednesday, praised "continued partnership with Mexico" and regional support from Central American countries to combat irregular migration as well as enhancing security at the border.

In an interview with CNN, acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Matt Albence also cited help from Mexico as a factor in the decrease in border apprehensions.

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Unread postPosted: September 19th, 2019, 3:26 pm 
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Herman wrote:
Do not let up on illegal immigration Mr President.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/09/politics ... index.html
Trump administration touts big drop in border crossings

Washington (CNN)Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan, speaking at the White House on Monday, touted a drop in border arrests and highlighted the construction of new sections of the border wall.

Morgan said 64,000 people had been apprehended or deemed inadmissible in August -- down from 82,000 in July and 144,000 from the peak in May.
Morgan credited President Donald Trump's "unprecedented network of initiatives," including the push to have Mexico conduct more enforcement on the border, with securing that 56% drop since May.

The August numbers show a consistent decline in arrests since the spring, and come as the Trump administration has pushed forward numerous controversial policies intended to help stem the flow of migrants arriving at the southern border.

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, appearing alongside President Donald Trump at the White House last Wednesday, praised "continued partnership with Mexico" and regional support from Central American countries to combat irregular migration as well as enhancing security at the border.

In an interview with CNN, acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Matt Albence also cited help from Mexico as a factor in the decrease in border apprehensions.


:thumbup:

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Unread postPosted: September 19th, 2019, 3:28 pm 
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I am seriously worried about Trump's re-election. Elizabeth Warren might win. She claimed she had 20,000 people at her NYC rally but the park's people claimed that only 10,000 people can be accommodated there. So, who knows if she's lying again. If she can also draw a crowd that large like Trump, he is in big trouble.

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Unread postPosted: September 19th, 2019, 6:39 pm 
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@realAzhyaAryola wrote:
I am seriously worried about Trump's re-election. Elizabeth Warren might win. She claimed she had 20,000 people at her NYC rally but the park's people claimed that only 10,000 people can be accommodated there. So, who knows if she's lying again. If she can also draw a crowd that large like Trump, he is in big trouble.

She also claimed she is Native American. If she wins, any moderates left in the Democratic party will not vote for her. Howard Schultz might run splitting the Democrat vote allowing Trump to be reelected.

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Unread postPosted: September 19th, 2019, 7:01 pm 
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She also claimed she is Native American. If she wins, any moderates left in the Democratic party will not vote for her. Howard Schultz might run splitting the Democrat vote allowing Trump to be reelected.


If you are right about his re-election then good but I don't feel confident.

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