Trump Will Try to Cancel November Election

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I dont envy you trying to explain to your grandchildren how you could ever have been a Trump supporter.

Hopefully they'll forgive you someday.
Haha, extreme TrumpDerangementSyndrome! Pulling out the grandchildren thing is gold.
Definitely our daily DBag award winner. Congrats!
 

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The hardcore TDS team loves the fairy tale that Trump won’t leave the White House even though he’s only been in politics for 4 years and has multiple businesses to occupy himself when he’s done.
 

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Hey, I'm just riffing on a "what-if" scenario. I don't expect anything like this to happen.

It's like those shows on cable TV where the Nazis won WWII - or the TV Show "Sliders" - a look at an alternate version of reality.

But - seriously - if Trump loses the general election, I do not think he is going to bow out gracefully. he strikes me as the 'sore loser' type.
 

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The hardcore TDS team loves the fairy tale that Trump won’t leave the White House even though he’s only been in politics for 4 years and has multiple businesses to occupy himself when he’s done.
Nah. When he's out of office, the Justice Dept. will go after Trump for RICO Act crimes. He'll have his businesses taken away from him. His children will be left with nothing.

This pandemic and recession will ruin the rest of Trump's life.
 

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Nah. When he's out of office, the Justice Dept. will go after Trump for RICO Act crimes. He'll have his businesses taken away from him. His children will be left with nothing.

This pandemic and recession will ruin the rest of Trump's life.
As justified as it might be, I'd settle for getting him out of office. I'd also take him publicly resigning, that would be nice.
 

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Hey, I'm just riffing on a "what-if" scenario. I don't expect anything like this to happen.

It's like those shows on cable TV where the Nazis won WWII - or the TV Show "Sliders" - a look at an alternate version of reality.

But - seriously - if Trump loses the general election, I do not think he is going to bow out gracefully. he strikes me as the 'sore loser' type.
He's terrified of being brought to justice, which the State of New York will certainly do. That's his primary motivation.
 

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Nah. When he's out of office, the Justice Dept. will go after Trump for RICO Act crimes. He'll have his businesses taken away from him. His children will be left with nothing.

This pandemic and recession will ruin the rest of Trump's life.
Your wet dream every night...
 

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Why would he cancel? Trump will still win by a lot more than he won the last time. Dems are overplaying their hand. They step on the rake over and over again. Thankfully the American people are not represented by the idiots on GH.
 

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Why would he cancel? Trump will still win by a lot more than he won the last time. Dems are overplaying their hand. They step on the rake over and over again. Thankfully the American people are not represented by the idiots on GH.
You mean people won't elect a corrupt, creepy old guy with dementia and terrible leftist policies? I'm shocked you believe that.
 

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Why would he cancel? Trump will still win by a lot more than he won the last time. Dems are overplaying their hand. They step on the rake over and over again. Thankfully the American people are not represented by the idiots on GH.
Very true. Like beegee, less, deuce, galty, charter school, the guy who's about to get booted, tsar, et.al. The majority of the American people want him out yesterday.
 

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The two scariest thing about the national emergency declaration was trump's comment re: the Stafford Act that he has the power to do many things that people don't even know about. Presidents with good intentions don't say those things.
 

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I dont envy you trying to explain to your grandchildren how you could ever have been a Trump supporter.

Hopefully they'll forgive you someday.
I don't envy you, having to tell your grandchildren that you were in favor of aborting many of their generation and selling the nation down the river to globalism and socialism because people made bad lifestyle decisions, took out huge college loans and got indoctrinated by a bunch of leftist profs that live in a theoretical world.

I'll be proud to have voted for a guy who, despite his many personal flaws, kept his promise of reinstilling the American dream and in the process Made America Great Again!
 

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You mean people won't elect a corrupt, creepy old guy with dementia and terrible leftist policies? I'm shocked you believe that.
Biden's big latest tweet on the corona virus says that we should not ban travel to and from Europe and that "we need a plan"! No plan suggested by him- just that we need one. Great candidate!
 

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When your boat is sinking, there is some merit to not enlarging the hole.
I could swear that is what I said in my last sentence. I would also add that this is exactly why I will vote for him this election, he will do something about our deficits this term.
 

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I could swear that is what I said in my last sentence. I would also add that this is exactly why I will vote for him this election, he will do something about our deficits this term.
He likes to be liked. I say he hands out candy to everyone.
 

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https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/03/peter-wehner-trump-presidency-over/607969/

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The Trump Presidency Is Over
It has taken a good deal longer than it should have, but Americans have now seen the con man behind the curtain.
Taken together, this is a massive failure in leadership that stems from a massive defect in character. Trump is such a habitual liar that he is incapable of being honest, even when being honest would serve his interests. He is so impulsive, shortsighted, and undisciplined that he is unable to plan or even think beyond the moment. He is such a divisive and polarizing figure that he long ago lost the ability to unite the nation under any circumstances and for any cause. And he is so narcissistic and unreflective that he is completely incapable of learning from his mistakes. The president’s disordered personality makes him as ill-equipped to deal with a crisis as any president has ever been. With few exceptions, what Trump has said is not just useless; it is downright injurious.

The nation is recognizing this, treating him as a bystander “as school superintendents, sports commissioners, college presidents, governors and business owners across the country take it upon themselves to shut down much of American life without clear guidance from the president,” in the words of Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman of The New York Times.

Donald Trump is shrinking before our eyes.

The coronavirus is quite likely to be the Trump presidency’s inflection point, when everything changed, when the bluster and ignorance and shallowness of America’s 45th president became undeniable, an empirical reality, as indisputable as the laws of science or a mathematical equation.

It has taken a good deal longer than it should have, but Americans have now seen the con man behind the curtain. The president, enraged for having been unmasked, will become more desperate, more embittered, more unhinged. He knows nothing will be the same. His administration may stagger on, but it will be only a hollow shell. The Trump presidency is over.

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I don't envy you, having to tell your grandchildren that you were in favor of aborting many of their generation and selling the nation down the river to globalism and socialism because people made bad lifestyle decisions, took out huge college loans and got indoctrinated by a bunch of leftist profs that live in a theoretical world.

I'll be proud to have voted for a guy who, despite his many personal flaws, kept his promise of reinstilling the American dream and in the process Made America Great Again!
Good lord how do you make it through a week without seriously injuring yourself?

What a tool.
 

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The hardcore TDS team loves the fairy tale that Trump won’t leave the White House even though he’s only been in politics for 4 years and has multiple businesses to occupy himself when he’s done.
What do mean “when he’s done”? He’s directing his business operations now, through the US taxpayers. U gotta remember, he watches TV and he Tweets; and very little else.
 

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The National Debt, which will require your grandchildren to pay the interest on every day they go to work for the rest of their lives', was increased by 9 trillion dollars (that's 9,000,000 piles of 1,000,000 dollars each) by President Obama and you are worried about what Trump has done to them? Never an hour of work that they will not have part of their pay taken from them to pay for something you and Obama did for yourselves at THEIR expense, forever. Who the heck are you to pass out that kind of sanctimoniousness? PS I did not vote for either man.
Trump is on pace to add roughly $4.9 trillion in his first term, numbnuts. That's after campaign promises to "eliminate the national debt." And with a Rrpublican house and senate for hos first 2 years.

By the by, both Reagan and George W Bush did way worse than both Obama and probably Trump wl do in terms of percentages. Reagan for example more than doubled it.

Clinton was the last president to actually make any positive progress on the debt.
 

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What do mean “when he’s done”? He’s directing his business operations now, through the US taxpayers. U gotta remember, he watches TV and he Tweets; and very little else.
False. We pay for his golf round every ******* weekend.
 

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Haha, extreme TrumpDerangementSyndrome! Pulling out the grandchildren thing is gold.
Definitely our daily DBag award winner. Congrats!
Good point. Grandchildren would require something more than Rosey. And that's pretty remote, in this case.
 

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Trump is on pace to add roughly $4.9 trillion in his first term, numbnuts. That's after campaign promises to "eliminate the national debt." And with a Rrpublican house and senate for hos first 2 years.

By the by, both Reagan and George W Bush did way worse than both Obama and probably Trump wl do in terms of percentages. Reagan for example more than doubled it.

Clinton was the last president to actually make any positive progress on the debt.
Stick to the facts, Obama also doubled it and Obama tabled the bipartisen report on how to eliminate it.
 

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https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/03/peter-wehner-trump-presidency-over/607969/

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The Trump Presidency Is Over
It has taken a good deal longer than it should have, but Americans have now seen the con man behind the curtain.
Taken together, this is a massive failure in leadership that stems from a massive defect in character. Trump is such a habitual liar that he is incapable of being honest, even when being honest would serve his interests. He is so impulsive, shortsighted, and undisciplined that he is unable to plan or even think beyond the moment. He is such a divisive and polarizing figure that he long ago lost the ability to unite the nation under any circumstances and for any cause. And he is so narcissistic and unreflective that he is completely incapable of learning from his mistakes. The president’s disordered personality makes him as ill-equipped to deal with a crisis as any president has ever been. With few exceptions, what Trump has said is not just useless; it is downright injurious.

The nation is recognizing this, treating him as a bystander “as school superintendents, sports commissioners, college presidents, governors and business owners across the country take it upon themselves to shut down much of American life without clear guidance from the president,” in the words of Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman of The New York Times.

Donald Trump is shrinking before our eyes.

The coronavirus is quite likely to be the Trump presidency’s inflection point, when everything changed, when the bluster and ignorance and shallowness of America’s 45th president became undeniable, an empirical reality, as indisputable as the laws of science or a mathematical equation.

It has taken a good deal longer than it should have, but Americans have now seen the con man behind the curtain. The president, enraged for having been unmasked, will become more desperate, more embittered, more unhinged. He knows nothing will be the same. His administration may stagger on, but it will be only a hollow shell. The Trump presidency is over.

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Didn't you just post last week that you thought your Dims had a 50% chance of winning with Biden?
 

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Good point, nothing of note has happened since last week :rolleyes:
 

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Didn't you just post last week that you thought your Dims had a 50% chance of winning with Biden?
Donny Boy ain't winning in a recession. He's also showing how poorly he leads the country with this virus.
 
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