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Thread started 11/19/16 2:59am

DarlingDiana

The Trump Administration

Trump's administration is starting to take shape. Most of these positions won't have to be confirmed by the Senate, but his cabinet members will. However, as we know the Senate will be majority Republican so I can't imagine it'd be much of a problem. Here are some of my thoughts on his choices so far, and I like to hear hour's as well as your thoughts on the positions that haven't been filled yet that we'll hear about over the next couple of months.

Attorney General - Jeff Sessions

Sessions would typically be the most controversial confirmation, but as I said, Republican majority. He's very anti-immigration and was the fist sitting Senator to endorse Trump based on his strong anti-immigration platform. He'll probably use his position to aggressively enforce federal immigration law and continue to deport illegal immigrants.

Chief of Staff - Reince Priebus

I've said before I don't really like this choice. It seems like a quid pro quo, and I don't like that. It seems like he was promised this position back before the Republican Convention as a quid pro quo for endorsing Trump as the presumptive nominee and trying to bring the party back together. I would have preferred Kelly Anne Conway.

National Security Adviser - General Michael Flynn

Couldn't be happier to see him as part of a Trump's administration. He's right on when it comes to the issue of radical Islam. I'm going to disagree with a lot of Trump's foreign policy/national security appointments I imagine, but as long as they "get it" when it comes to Islam, I don't mind. That's the most important issue right now. Flynn called Islam a political ideology, not a religion, and that's the kind of thinking we need right now.

CIA Director - Mike Pompeo

Another potentially controversial confirmation, but I imagine it'll go through with a Republican majority. I don't agree with him on NSA surveillance or civil liberties, which has always been my biggest disagreement with Trump. But once again he seems focused on radical Islamic terrorism as the number one threat in the world today, so his priorities are right and that's important.

Chief Strategist and Senior Counselor - Steve Bannon

The most controversial pick so far, and therefor also my favorite. I was a big fan on Andrew Breitbart and I like what Bannon has done with his company since his death. No one knows really what his job will entail in the Trump administration. Chief Strategist is basically a position Trump invented for Bannon, although the position of Counselor to the President has existed on and off since Nixon. I hope Bannon has a lot of influence with Trump because I believe he was the chief architect behind getting him elected. He's very smart and he understand the political landscape very well. I like the idea that he'd be a strategist.

And here are some of my thoughts on the key positions that are yet to be filled.

Secretary of State

I don't really love any of the names we've heard so far. I respect John Bolton intellectually because although I don't agree with him on most things he's so crazy smart that when he talks I know I'm the one who's more likely wrong. I would be content with him as Secretary of State. I want Rand Paul personally, though that would never happen.

Secretary of Treasury

I understand why you might want a financial guy in there, but I think Trump should at least steer clear of people from the big financial firms who have been involved in steering US economic policy for so long. e.g. Goldman Sachs. So I don't want Mnuchin. I've heard Jeb Hensarling mentioned as a possibility and given his opposition the bank bailouts, and his focus on the deficit, I think he'd be a good choice. Although he holds a powerful position right now as Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, and we need someone like him there also, so I'm not sure where he's better placed.

Secretary of Defense

I think Jim Webb would be a really interesting choice. He opposed the Iraq War and he's a Democrat, so he brings some bipartisanship to the administration.

Secretary of Interior

Sarah Palin, obviously.

Press Secretary

Milo Yiannopoulos
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Reply #1 posted 11/19/16 6:29am

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That list of names is like actors auditioning for a reality show. Pathetic.
[Edited 11/19/16 8:11am]
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Reply #2 posted 11/19/16 7:12am

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he is weeks ahead of most other president electes.. and on the other topic some Seemed to suggest that the dems would be able to block ANY of them! NOPE! now some may not make it... but the dems can not filibuster! thanks harry!

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Reply #3 posted 11/19/16 7:33am

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IMO, he's off to a horrible start with this cabinet and none of these appointments allay my concerns about him. I don't think Trump has much interest in governing or all the hard stuff that goes with being President of the U.S. anyway. He just wants his name mentioned and the attention and ego stroking that goes with it - think big gold letters on the WHite House. He seems like he's going to surround himself with a combination of loyalists, die hards and skilled conservative politicians and let them really make the decisions.

Think GWB and Cheney/Rumsfeld/Powell, etc. We all remember how that worked out. I remember being really bummed out about Obama's appointments as well (Geitner?); a bunch of Wall Street assholes who belonged in fucking prison.

I'm not optimistic at all about the next 4 to 8 years. If Trump really wanted to impress me, he'd go after the bankers that ruined our economy instead of worrying about protestors and shit. But Obama didn't do that either and nor would Hillary. Until someone stands up to the people stealing people's retirement money, I'll know in my heart that we're all fucked regardless.

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Reply #4 posted 11/19/16 8:10am

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herb4 said:

IMO, he's off to a horrible start with this cabinet and none of these appointments allay my concerns about him. I don't think Trump has much interest in governing or all the hard stuff that goes with being President of the U.S. anyway. He just wants his name mentioned and the attention and ego stroking that goes with it - think big gold letters on the WHite House. He seems like he's going to surround himself with a combination of loyalists, die hards and skilled conservative politicians and let them really make the decisions.

Think GWB and Cheney/Rumsfeld/Powell, etc. We all remember how that worked out. I remember being really bummed out about Obama's appointments as well (Geitner?); a bunch of Wall Street assholes who belonged in fucking prison.

I'm not optimistic at all about the next 4 to 8 years. If Trump really wanted to impress me, he'd go after the bankers that ruined our economy instead of worrying about protestors and shit. But Obama didn't do that either and nor would Hillary. Until someone stands up to the people stealing people's retirement money, I'll know in my heart that we're all fucked regardless.




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Reply #5 posted 11/19/16 8:19am

DarlingDiana

herb4 said:

IMO, he's off to a horrible start with this cabinet and none of these appointments allay my concerns about him. I don't think Trump has much interest in governing or all the hard stuff that goes with being President of the U.S. anyway. He just wants his name mentioned and the attention and ego stroking that goes with it - think big gold letters on the WHite House. He seems like he's going to surround himself with a combination of loyalists, die hards and skilled conservative politicians and let them really make the decisions.

Think GWB and Cheney/Rumsfeld/Powell, etc. We all remember how that worked out. I remember being really bummed out about Obama's appointments as well (Geitner?); a bunch of Wall Street assholes who belonged in fucking prison.

I'm not optimistic at all about the next 4 to 8 years. If Trump really wanted to impress me, he'd go after the bankers that ruined our economy instead of worrying about protestors and shit. But Obama didn't do that either and nor would Hillary. Until someone stands up to the people stealing people's retirement money, I'll know in my heart that we're all fucked regardless.



Bannon is Wall Street's worst nightmare. He used to work for Goldman Sachs, so he knows the system well, and he's also said the bankers responsible for the global financial crisis should have been put in jail, the bank bailouts shouldn't have happened. http://www.cnbc.com/2016/...enemy.html

If you're right that Trump doesn't care about governing and he'll just appoint people who will do the hard work for him, then Bannon will essentially be the de facto President. A guy who just spoke recently about "economic nationalism" and who has even favored reinstating the Glass-Stegall law.

Bannon will be in charge of Trump's political strategy and he's a guy who really understands the power of economic populism. His goal is to drive Trump's approval numbers up and ensure that in 2020 he is reelected in a land slide. He knows the way to do that is economic populism. So I think the Trump administration will go after bankers. Certainly more than Obama ever did.

And how exactly is he going after the protestors?
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He knows cross burnings well too.

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Reply #7 posted 11/19/16 11:18am

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Dr Oz will probably be Surgeon General with Captain Crunch as the Chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.

Woo hoo.

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Note they are all white. No women. Trump is just a dirty racist.

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Some folks in some Middle Eastern and Turkish communities are actually quite ecstatic about Trump winning the election and are especially happy to see Newt Gingrich and Michael Flynn mentioned so often. Sounds paradoxical, I know, but it´s a long and complicated story.

I doubt that he´s really anti-establishment...and if he truly is, then he knows he has to make concessions and compromise a lot, or he will be under enormous pressure.

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Reply #10 posted 11/21/16 3:41pm

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2elijah said:

That list of names is like actors auditioning for a reality show. Pathetic. [Edited 11/19/16 8:11am]

I´m not happy with his list of names but it is certainly fascinating to watch from a distance, and I really mean it.

It is almost unbelievable that such an influential and powerful nation could be led by those people.

Let´s wait and see how things will develop.

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herb4 said:

IMO, he's off to a horrible start with this cabinet and none of these appointments allay my concerns about him. I don't think Trump has much interest in governing or all the hard stuff that goes with being President of the U.S. anyway. He just wants his name mentioned and the attention and ego stroking that goes with it - think big gold letters on the WHite House. He seems like he's going to surround himself with a combination of loyalists, die hards and skilled conservative politicians and let them really make the decisions.

Think GWB and Cheney/Rumsfeld/Powell, etc. We all remember how that worked out. I remember being really bummed out about Obama's appointments as well (Geitner?); a bunch of Wall Street assholes who belonged in fucking prison.

I'm not optimistic at all about the next 4 to 8 years. If Trump really wanted to impress me, he'd go after the bankers that ruined our economy instead of worrying about protestors and shit. But Obama didn't do that either and nor would Hillary. Until someone stands up to the people stealing people's retirement money, I'll know in my heart that we're all fucked regardless.



Assuming Trump runs again - which right now I'm only putting at a 50/50 chance - if he isn't beaten then the Democratic party will be history.

Everyone with a brain agrees Trump shouldn't have won the election. Heck, he finished second in the popular vote. All it would have taken for Clinton to win was normal - NORMAL - Democratic turn-out in MI, WI and PA. Even slightly-below-normal turn-out would have done it.

This problem is so easy to correct. It takes absolutely nothing more than hard work. That's it.

My prediction is that we will either see a Democratic president in four years, or we won't see a Democratic party at all in six years.

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RodeoSchro said:

herb4 said:

IMO, he's off to a horrible start with this cabinet and none of these appointments allay my concerns about him. I don't think Trump has much interest in governing or all the hard stuff that goes with being President of the U.S. anyway. He just wants his name mentioned and the attention and ego stroking that goes with it - think big gold letters on the WHite House. He seems like he's going to surround himself with a combination of loyalists, die hards and skilled conservative politicians and let them really make the decisions.

Think GWB and Cheney/Rumsfeld/Powell, etc. We all remember how that worked out. I remember being really bummed out about Obama's appointments as well (Geitner?); a bunch of Wall Street assholes who belonged in fucking prison.

I'm not optimistic at all about the next 4 to 8 years. If Trump really wanted to impress me, he'd go after the bankers that ruined our economy instead of worrying about protestors and shit. But Obama didn't do that either and nor would Hillary. Until someone stands up to the people stealing people's retirement money, I'll know in my heart that we're all fucked regardless.



Assuming Trump runs again - which right now I'm only putting at a 50/50 chance - if he isn't beaten then the Democratic party will be history.

Everyone with a brain agrees Trump shouldn't have won the election. Heck, he finished second in the popular vote. All it would have taken for Clinton to win was normal - NORMAL - Democratic turn-out in MI, WI and PA. Even slightly-below-normal turn-out would have done it.

This problem is so easy to correct. It takes absolutely nothing more than hard work. That's it.

My prediction is that we will either see a Democratic president in four years, or we won't see a Democratic party at all in six years.

People mocked and ridiculed Ronald Reagan before he became president, and continued mocking him when he was in power because in many ways he was all hype and talk and offered little substance ( I know you will disagree), and he had an astrologer and whatnot, and many scandals, yet he is remembered as one of the greatest American presidents ever.

Sure, he wasn´t as inexperienced as Trump is and was the governor of California (and I know quite a few Californians who absolutely HATED him) but, still, he was not exactly presidential at first but now he´s remembered as the epitome of presidential.

I´m absolutely not a Trump fan but I think if he´s lucky, he could easily win a second term (note that I said "lucky", and there´s a reason for that).

edit: I think Putin, Erdogan, Le Pen etc. will help him tremendously. Wait and see.

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KoolEaze said:

RodeoSchro said:



Assuming Trump runs again - which right now I'm only putting at a 50/50 chance - if he isn't beaten then the Democratic party will be history.

Everyone with a brain agrees Trump shouldn't have won the election. Heck, he finished second in the popular vote. All it would have taken for Clinton to win was normal - NORMAL - Democratic turn-out in MI, WI and PA. Even slightly-below-normal turn-out would have done it.

This problem is so easy to correct. It takes absolutely nothing more than hard work. That's it.

My prediction is that we will either see a Democratic president in four years, or we won't see a Democratic party at all in six years.

People mocked and ridiculed Ronald Reagan before he became president, and continued mocking him when he was in power because in many ways he was all hype and talk and offered little substance ( I know you will disagree), and he had an astrologer and whatnot, and many scandals, yet he is remembered as one of the greatest American presidents ever.

Sure, he wasn´t as inexperienced as Trump is and was the governor of California (and I know quite a few Californians who absolutely HATED him) but, still, he was not exactly presidential at first but now he´s remembered as the epitome of presidential.

I´m absolutely not a Trump fan but I think if he´s lucky, he could easily win a second term (note that I said "lucky", and there´s a reason for that).

edit: I think Putin, Erdogan, Le Pen etc. will help him tremendously. Wait and see.

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I was a huge Reaganite. I still think highly of him. He was called an "actor" but generally as an insult, not as a reflection of his ability to govern.

I think Trump is going to get tired of being president. In his business world, he can do anything he wants, go anywhere he wants, and make anything happen that he wants to happen. It's a great life, and I would be sure he's gotten used to it.

The presidency will, I believe, bore him and frustrate him. It will be fun at first but when the Democrats in the Senate shoot down a lot of his proposals, he's not going to take it well. I think in three plus years, he's going to say, "I chose Mike Pence as my VP because I think he's the right guy to be our next president. And I think that time is now. We've started something great, and I look forward to Mike Pence continuing that. Therefore, I want to tell you - peace, Trump out!"

Mic drop.

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I kind of expect Trump to get tired of playing with his new toy as well.
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I kind of expect Trump to get tired of playing with his new toy as well.


I agree as well. I don't think he realizes how tedious being President can be. The mainstream press and the Democrats will be questioning his every move, and we know he doesn't take criticism well.

BTW - Milo Yiannopoulos as Press Secretary falloff that's hilarious.
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DarlingDiana said:

herb4 said:

IMO, he's off to a horrible start with this cabinet and none of these appointments allay my concerns about him. I don't think Trump has much interest in governing or all the hard stuff that goes with being President of the U.S. anyway. He just wants his name mentioned and the attention and ego stroking that goes with it - think big gold letters on the WHite House. He seems like he's going to surround himself with a combination of loyalists, die hards and skilled conservative politicians and let them really make the decisions.

Think GWB and Cheney/Rumsfeld/Powell, etc. We all remember how that worked out. I remember being really bummed out about Obama's appointments as well (Geitner?); a bunch of Wall Street assholes who belonged in fucking prison.

I'm not optimistic at all about the next 4 to 8 years. If Trump really wanted to impress me, he'd go after the bankers that ruined our economy instead of worrying about protestors and shit. But Obama didn't do that either and nor would Hillary. Until someone stands up to the people stealing people's retirement money, I'll know in my heart that we're all fucked regardless.



Bannon is Wall Street's worst nightmare. He used to work for Goldman Sachs, so he knows the system well

So he is appointing a former employee of Goldman Sachs to his cabinet.
Nice spin you try to put on that fact. What he has to say is no different than any other Goldman Sachs employee previously appointed to the white house.
What a disaster of a cabinet. It's even worse than anticipated.
Those people are truly horrific. This is bad.




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hausofmoi7 said:

DarlingDiana said:



Bannon is Wall Street's worst nightmare. He used to work for Goldman Sachs, so he knows the system well

So he is appointing a former employee of Goldman Sachs to his cabinet.
Nice spin you try to put on that fact. What he has to say is no different than any other Goldman Sachs employee previously appointed to the white house.
What a disaster of a cabinet. It's even worse than anticipated.
Those people are truly horrific.
[Edited 11/21/16 22:31pm]


Haha! What? It's completely different than, not just anyone who has ever worked at Goldman Sachs before, but anyone who has ever worked in the White House before.
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DarlingDiana said:

hausofmoi7 said:


So he is appointing a former employee of Goldman Sachs to his cabinet.
Nice spin you try to put on that fact. What he has to say is no different than any other Goldman Sachs employee previously appointed to the white house.
What a disaster of a cabinet. It's even worse than anticipated.
Those people are truly horrific.
[Edited 11/21/16 22:31pm]


Haha! What? It's completely different than, not just anyone who has ever worked at Goldman Sachs before, but anyone who has ever worked in the White House before.

Did he quit because he couldn't ethically justify working there anymore? or is he just another former employee like all the other former employees who went to work at the White house.
I just realised this is the Breitbart guy. He's literally and figuratively bad news.
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hausofmoi7 said:

DarlingDiana said:



Haha! What? It's completely different than, not just anyone who has ever worked at Goldman Sachs before, but anyone who has ever worked in the White House before.

Did he quit because he couldn't ethically justify working there anymore? or is he just another former employee like all the other former employees who went to work at the White house.
I just realised this is the Breitbart guy. He's literally and figuratively bad news.


I don't know why he quit, I presume because he wanted to work in media instead, but if you look at what he's said about the banking industry since he's quit you could click on that link I shared from CNBC. He sounds like Bernie Sanders on banking.
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DarlingDiana said:

hausofmoi7 said:


Did he quit because he couldn't ethically justify working there anymore? or is he just another former employee like all the other former employees who went to work at the White house.
I just realised this is the Breitbart guy. He's literally and figuratively bad news.


I don't know why he quit, I presume because he wanted to work in media instead, but if you look at what he's said about the banking industry since he's quit you could click on that link I shared from CNBC. He sounds like Bernie Sanders on banking.

Even if it were the case which I doubt what good is money when you are pushing a socially bankrupt agenda.
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hausofmoi7 said:

DarlingDiana said:



I don't know why he quit, I presume because he wanted to work in media instead, but if you look at what he's said about the banking industry since he's quit you could click on that link I shared from CNBC. He sounds like Bernie Sanders on banking.

Even if it were the case which I doubt what good is money when you are pushing a socially bankrupt agenda.


http://www.cnbc.com/2016/...enemy.html

"For Christians, and particularly for those who believe in the underpinnings of the Judeo-Christian West, I don't believe that we should have a bailout. I think the bailouts in 2008 were wrong. And I think, you look in hindsight, it was a lot of misinformation that was presented about the bailouts of the banks in the West."

"The 2008 crisis, I think the financial crisis — which, by the way, I don't think we've come through — is really driven I believe by the greed, much of it driven by the greed of the investment banks. My old firm, Goldman Sachs — traditionally the best banks are leveraged 8:1. When we had the financial crisis in 2008, the investment banks were leveraged 35:1."

"Particularly the fact — think about it — not one criminal charge has ever been brought to any bank executive associated with 2008 crisis. And in fact, it gets worse. No bonuses and none of their equity was taken. So part of the prime drivers of the wealth that they took in the 15 years leading up to the crisis was not hit at all, and I think that's one of the fuels of this populist revolt that we're seeing as the tea party. So I think there are many, many measures, particularly about getting the banks on better footing, making them address all the liquid assets they have. I think you need a real cleanup of the banks balance sheets."

"In addition, I think you really need to go back and make banks do what they do: Commercial banks lend money, and investment banks invest in entrepreneurs and to get away from this trading — you know, the hedge fund securitization, which they've all become basically trading operations and securitizations and not put capital back and really grow businesses and to grow the economy."

Who said it? Steve Bannon or Bernie Sanders?
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leftcoast said:

Horsefeathers said:
I kind of expect Trump to get tired of playing with his new toy as well.
I agree as well. I don't think he realizes how tedious being President can be. The mainstream press and the Democrats will be questioning his every move, and we know he doesn't take criticism well. BTW - Milo Yiannopoulos as Press Secretary falloff that's hilarious.

He can't even stand SNL jiking about him, which it does to EVERY President, and even every candidate...If people are happy about such a thin-skinned lunatic in the Oval Office, well good for them...me, it's a matter of concern. This man is completely unfit for office

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His admin is collapsing already. nice.

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His admin is collapsing already. nice.

talk about posting fake news... even if he had not named ONE PERSON he would still be ahead of many of the last 5 or so new president elects have been at this point,

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They won't prosecute Crooked Hillary. oh oh.

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They won't prosecute Crooked Hillary. oh oh.

that is not what they said... what was said is they are not going to reopen or launch any NEW investigations. There are still some ongoing investigations federal and state. (and barack will not pardon her and even if he did he can not do anything about any state crimes)

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Reply #27 posted 11/22/16 10:27am

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As much as I want to see Hillary locked up, it would be a bad move for him to pursue an investigation against her. It would seem politically motivated and she'd get to call herself a political prisoner. He'd be the bad guy. That doesn't mean justice will never be served. It just means he can't pursue it. But we know now there is a faction within the FBI who disagreed with Comey's decision regarding Clinton and who thought justice hadn't been served. So she's not out of the woods yet.
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Breitbart already turned on him. lol

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Reply #29 posted 11/22/16 10:46am

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Breitbart already turned on him. lol



Does that still mean Trump is an alt-right racist? I can't keep up.

Oh, and so much for the theory that Breitbart and other conservative websites would kiss Trump's ass the whole time he's President and never hold him accountable. I told you. We aren't liberals.
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