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Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life

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3 Likes #2
that's Ivana's job
#3
The injustice that thing does to the majesty of his hair is more offensive than anything that's come out of Donald's mouth.

A simple comb-forward? Pfft!
banned 1 Like #4
That was oddly satisfying.
8 Likes #5
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life
2 Likes #6
he can shove it 'up his ....and then blow it!
1 Like #7
sowotsdis
he can shove it 'up his ....and then blow it!

Please keep your fantasies to yourself ;)
banned#8
If he was 50% pro Israel, 50% against Israel, and if mixed opposing views existed in his cabinet rather than a silly old bunch of right wing extremist "yes" men, who make Israeli foreign policy lead US foreign policy, he might just about be ok.
banned#9
sowotsdis
he can shove it 'up his ....and then blow it!


I think he does that at least twice a day
1 Like #10
At least poeple who cross him won't be committing 'suicide'.
2 Likes #11
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him.

He makes it so easy for them, though

But don't worry - like most narcacissts he will quash all criticism, no matter how small.

Just look at his Twitter feed - he has a VERY fragile ego.
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#13
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life

I wanted him to win over Hilary but I can still see the issues with him.
banned 1 Like #14
in trump we trust.
#15
We need something like this for Theresa May - might shock her into waking up into the real world.

(no, im not referring to Brexit - im referring her carrying on with Cameron's legacy of making sure every service is well & truely screwed)
1 Like #16
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him.

Lol.
Such a joker.
3 Likes #17
komakino
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him.
He makes it so easy for them, though
But don't worry - like most narcacissts he will quash all criticism, no matter how small.
Just look at his Twitter feed - he has a VERY fragile ego.

His reaction to having a smaller inauguration attendance than Obama did in 2009 is hilarious and terrifying. The man has such thin skin that he can't help reacting to a SNL joke about him.

Now he's talking about bringing back torture. The UK has to ask serious questions about whether he is the type of ally we want. If we legitimise that type of barbarism then we need to ask a simple question - are we still the good guys?
1 Like #18
Predikuesi
At least poeple who cross him won't be committing 'suicide'.

No, just felony charges and imprisonment for writing critical articles on websites.
#19
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life

Biased media i'm afraid. Trump wasn't kidding with the 'Fake News' accusation.
1 Like #20
Not violent enough need a wack-a-trump
3 Likes #21
118luke
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life
Biased media i'm afraid. Trump wasn't kidding with the 'Fake News' accusation.

And this is his plan - to shut down legitimate criticism of him by calling anything negative about him 'fake news'. It's a simple plan but it clearly works with unsophisticated voters.

Incidentally it's what all despots and tin-pot dictators do first. Shut down criticism by controlling the media, murdering dissenting voices (like his mate Putin) and discrediting or eliminating experts who criticise the government (remember Gove saying people were fed up with experts?).

Edited By: HotEnglishAndWelshDeals on Jan 26, 2017 09:31
#22
dtovey89
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him.

Lol.
Such a joker.


Care to elaborate?
#23
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118luke
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life
Biased media i'm afraid. Trump wasn't kidding with the 'Fake News' accusation.

And this is his plan - to shut down legitimate criticism of him by calling anything negative about him 'fake news'. It's a simple plan but it clearly works with unsophisticated voters.

Incidentally it's what all despots and tin-pot dictators do first. Shut down criticism by controlling the media, murdering dissenting voices (like his mate Putin) and discrediting or eliminating experts who criticise the government (remember Gove saying people were fed up with experts?).


Legitimate criticism such as CNN? You are funny! The clown news network probley had you fooled aswell which were copied and posted by many of the british media only then to be proved false
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gpawan
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118luke
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life
Biased media i'm afraid. Trump wasn't kidding with the 'Fake News' accusation.
And this is his plan - to shut down legitimate criticism of him by calling anything negative about him 'fake news'. It's a simple plan but it clearly works with unsophisticated voters.
Incidentally it's what all despots and tin-pot dictators do first. Shut down criticism by controlling the media, murdering dissenting voices (like his mate Putin) and discrediting or eliminating experts who criticise the government (remember Gove saying people were fed up with experts?).
Legitimate criticism such as CNN? You are funny! The clown news network probley had you fooled aswell which were copied and posted by many of the british media only then to be proved false

Because the media begins and ends with CNN? I know that's who gets most of the attention from far-right mouthpieces that underachieving 20-somethings are drawn to like moths to a flame, but it goes far beyond that.
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random_dude
that's Ivana's job

http://i.imgur.com/6oKTiA7.gif
#26
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gpawan
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118luke
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life
Biased media i'm afraid. Trump wasn't kidding with the 'Fake News' accusation.
And this is his plan - to shut down legitimate criticism of him by calling anything negative about him 'fake news'. It's a simple plan but it clearly works with unsophisticated voters.
Incidentally it's what all despots and tin-pot dictators do first. Shut down criticism by controlling the media, murdering dissenting voices (like his mate Putin) and discrediting or eliminating experts who criticise the government (remember Gove saying people were fed up with experts?).
Legitimate criticism such as CNN? You are funny! The clown news network probley had you fooled aswell which were copied and posted by many of the british media only then to be proved false

Because the media begins and ends with CNN? I know that's who gets most of the attention from far-right mouthpieces that underachieving 20-somethings are drawn to like moths to a flame, but it goes far beyond that.


I challenge you to a debate on trump. Lets see if you can last longer than 5 minutes crisising him when i disprove you with facts. Be prepared to give sources for your information.
All this propaganda has people like you brainwashed
#27
gpawan
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118luke
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him. As if that wasn't bad enough people on here seem to think making fun of someone's apearence is humerous. Get a life
Biased media i'm afraid. Trump wasn't kidding with the 'Fake News' accusation.
And this is his plan - to shut down legitimate criticism of him by calling anything negative about him 'fake news'. It's a simple plan but it clearly works with unsophisticated voters.
Incidentally it's what all despots and tin-pot dictators do first. Shut down criticism by controlling the media, murdering dissenting voices (like his mate Putin) and discrediting or eliminating experts who criticise the government (remember Gove saying people were fed up with experts?).
Legitimate criticism such as CNN? You are funny! The clown news network probley had you fooled aswell which were copied and posted by many of the british media only then to be proved false
Because the media begins and ends with CNN? I know that's who gets most of the attention from far-right mouthpieces that underachieving 20-somethings are drawn to like moths to a flame, but it goes far beyond that.
I challenge you to a debate on trump. Lets see if you can last longer than 5 minutes crisising him when i disprove you with facts. Be prepared to give sources for your information.
All this propaganda has people like you brainwashed

There's plenty in my posts you can disprove if you want, like torture, his threats against the media and you can even defend his misogyny. I believe 'locker room banter' is what physically weak boys who have never been in a locker room use to defend it.
#28
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komakino
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him.
He makes it so easy for them, though
But don't worry - like most narcacissts he will quash all criticism, no matter how small.
Just look at his Twitter feed - he has a VERY fragile ego.
His reaction to having a smaller inauguration attendance than Obama did in 2009 is hilarious and terrifying. The man has such thin skin that he can't help reacting to a SNL joke about him.
Now he's talking about bringing back torture. The UK has to ask serious questions about whether he is the type of ally we want. If we legitimise that type of barbarism then we need to ask a simple question - are we still the good guys?

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).
#29
J4GG4

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.

It's classified as torture and it's banned.


J4GG4

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).

Your opinion on his race aside, it's the fact that he used his first press briefing to bring that (and one other issue) up that's a shocking misuse of the office. It shows what the man is like and fits in with plenty of other reported instances about him.
#30
splatsplatsplat
random_dude
that's Ivana's job
http://i.imgur.com/6oKTiA7.gif

think that'll stop him?
#31
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J4GG4

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.
It's classified as torture and it's banned.
J4GG4

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).
Your opinion on his race aside, it's the fact that he used his first press briefing to bring that (and one other issue) up that's a shocking misuse of the office. It shows what the man is like and fits in with plenty of other reported instances about him.

Its classed more of a interrogation technique rather than torture i think. And i believe the US used/use it on their own military as a training process.

Edited By: J4GG4 on Jan 26, 2017 12:03
#32
J4GG4
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J4GG4

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.
It's classified as torture and it's banned.
J4GG4

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).
Your opinion on his race aside, it's the fact that he used his first press briefing to bring that (and one other issue) up that's a shocking misuse of the office. It shows what the man is like and fits in with plenty of other reported instances about him.
Its classed more of a interrogation technique rather than torture i think. And i believe the US used it on their own military as a training process.

By any rational measure it's torture and was classed as such by the previous administration.
#33
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J4GG4
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J4GG4

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.
It's classified as torture and it's banned.
J4GG4

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).
Your opinion on his race aside, it's the fact that he used his first press briefing to bring that (and one other issue) up that's a shocking misuse of the office. It shows what the man is like and fits in with plenty of other reported instances about him.
Its classed more of a interrogation technique rather than torture i think. And i believe the US used it on their own military as a training process.
By any rational measure it's torture and was classed as such by the previous administration.

Torture or interrogation, i think its perfectly justifiable on terror militants and such like. You don't think so?.

It shouldn't be used on any tom dick and harry, nor should it be used to force confessions out of them, which still go on throughout the gulf, middle east, Asia and Africa. No doubt many people convicted of crimes they didn't do through torture. But on captured terror suspects? or those captured on a battle field?. I don't see the problem. I think you'll find that a large amount of people, even in the UK are all for bringing back hanging, which is far worse than interrogation or torture as you put it.
#34
J4GG4
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J4GG4
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J4GG4

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.
It's classified as torture and it's banned.
J4GG4

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).
Your opinion on his race aside, it's the fact that he used his first press briefing to bring that (and one other issue) up that's a shocking misuse of the office. It shows what the man is like and fits in with plenty of other reported instances about him.
Its classed more of a interrogation technique rather than torture i think. And i believe the US used it on their own military as a training process.
By any rational measure it's torture and was classed as such by the previous administration.
Torture or interrogation, i think its perfectly justifiable on terror militants and such like. You don't think so?.
It shouldn't be used on any tom dick and harry, nor should it be used to force confessions out of them, which still go on throughout the gulf, middle east, Asia and Africa. No doubt many people convicted of crimes they didn't do through torture. But on captured terror suspects? or those captured on a battle field?. I don't see the problem. I think you'll find that a large amount of people, even in the UK are all for bringing back hanging, which is far worse than interrogation or torture as you put it.

No, and I'm sure people are all for bringing back hanging.

Isn't the point that we hold ourselves to higher standards than the worst this world has to offer? If you're all for torture then what is the difference between you and the enemy?

Again, being a real man isn't about giving into your worst desires it's about standing up for what's right when it isn't the easiest thing to do. It's sad so many failed fathers don't teach their sons this.

Edited By: HotEnglishAndWelshDeals on Jan 26, 2017 12:18
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J4GG4
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J4GG4
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
J4GG4

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.
It's classified as torture and it's banned.
J4GG4

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).
Your opinion on his race aside, it's the fact that he used his first press briefing to bring that (and one other issue) up that's a shocking misuse of the office. It shows what the man is like and fits in with plenty of other reported instances about him.
Its classed more of a interrogation technique rather than torture i think. And i believe the US used it on their own military as a training process.
By any rational measure it's torture and was classed as such by the previous administration.
Torture or interrogation, i think its perfectly justifiable on terror militants and such like. You don't think so?.
It shouldn't be used on any tom dick and harry, nor should it be used to force confessions out of them, which still go on throughout the gulf, middle east, Asia and Africa. No doubt many people convicted of crimes they didn't do through torture. But on captured terror suspects? or those captured on a battle field?. I don't see the problem. I think you'll find that a large amount of people, even in the UK are all for bringing back hanging, which is far worse than interrogation or torture as you put it.
No, and I'm sure people are all for bringing back hanging.
Isn't the point that we hold ourselves to higher standards than the worst this world has to offer? If you're all for torture then what is the difference between you and the enemy?
Again, being a real man isn't about giving into your worst desires it's about standing up for what's right when it isn't the easiest thing to do. It's sad so many failed fathers don't teach their sons this.

So you're on a battlefield as a soldier, you're trying to kill the enemy and they are trying to kill you. You capture a enemy soldier and he's not giving you the information you know he has, what do you do?. Say its ok and let them go again for them to try another day to kill you?. Being a real man has nothing to do with it, you'll then argue a real man doesn't go to war with the enemy. A real man doesn't hurt anybody. Perhaps Trump is a real man, because he said he'll only attack those that attack the country. Is that your idea of a real man?. Or is your idea of a real man, those that take a beating but don't defend themselves?.

Edited By: J4GG4 on Jan 26, 2017 12:32
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J4GG4
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komakino
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him.
He makes it so easy for them, though
But don't worry - like most narcacissts he will quash all criticism, no matter how small.
Just look at his Twitter feed - he has a VERY fragile ego.
His reaction to having a smaller inauguration attendance than Obama did in 2009 is hilarious and terrifying. The man has such thin skin that he can't help reacting to a SNL joke about him.
Now he's talking about bringing back torture. The UK has to ask serious questions about whether he is the type of ally we want. If we legitimise that type of barbarism then we need to ask a simple question - are we still the good guys?

His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.

As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).


What's so wrong about that? About the same as apartheid in Palestine
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gpawan
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J4GG4

Asking you your thoughts on it has nothing to do with how i was raised.
Actually the points you ask and the stance you take do. Take it up with whomever raised you, not me.
Back to topic!
Wish Trump was UK PM
Also trump will be helping the UK in terms of trade deals once we leave the EU. Doubt we would have got that kind of support from kiliary ehem hiliary.
You mentioned trumps attitude towards women. I ask the question what has hiliary done for women? Let a rapist get away with a few months prison then laugh about how she can never trust lie detectors again afterwards.
Your complaining about donald trumps joke about something which may not have even happand! Seriously?
Trump at the end of the day is not a good politician and i guess that's why people like him. His mindet is more business focused.

Everyone moans about lying politicians, then when they get someone unassociated with politics in charge, there's something else to moan about and they're crying for a politician to be in charge again before he's even started his job. Funny world we live in.
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J4GG4
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
komakino
gpawan
Don't see why people have a problem with him. He can't move an inch without the media critising him.
He makes it so easy for them, though
But don't worry - like most narcacissts he will quash all criticism, no matter how small.
Just look at his Twitter feed - he has a VERY fragile ego.
His reaction to having a smaller inauguration attendance than Obama did in 2009 is hilarious and terrifying. The man has such thin skin that he can't help reacting to a SNL joke about him.
Now he's talking about bringing back torture. The UK has to ask serious questions about whether he is the type of ally we want. If we legitimise that type of barbarism then we need to ask a simple question - are we still the good guys?
His comment on torture was referring to the water boarding variety against enemies such as ISIS. What's so wrong about that?. I thought water boarding goes on anyway with the US military and secret service. He'll probably find out it does once he's been in power for a little longer.
As for the inauguration attendance, wasn't it the most viewed inauguration of all time?. Millions tuned in to the live inauguration on facebook. Members on here did too just to hope for a head shot, so they say. Physical attendance was lower than obama for sure, but obama was a special one. The first black president..etc (mixed raced IMO).
What's so wrong about that? About the same as apartheid in Palestine

You do realise that the border already has a fence up?. And the wall he wants to build instead of this fence will not cover the whole enter length of the border. Plus its a border to stop illegals coming through dealing drugs, crime and murder.

I really don't understand why this is such a big deal for some people. Do you want drugs, murder and crime in your country?. Obviously you do if you're against a border on the edge of a country. I don't think people realise how many illegals coming from south america cross the borders and commit crimes undetected in the US, that's without mentioning the huge drug deals which ultimately destroy lives and families too.
banned#40
I think to you Mexicans = Palestinians....I bet you'd even support Trump if he decided to take Mexican land, build illegal settlements there, forcibly remove them, and then annex the land...

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