CDZ Would you be more or less likely to vote for Trump now?

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    I voted for Trump, because I was one of Americans that was 'fed up' on how business was being done in our American politics. I felt (at the time) that we needed a true change. Not of one, that Obama "promised" for eight years - an got nothing but lies and same olds.

    As I look back, I am still contemplating at what direction America is heading. Nevermind the future, since we are not going to be there anytime soon. But I contest all of the malefic attention Trump has been getting, only because he wants what is "good for America". And these protests and useless division is NOT should be envision for America.

    Some are even going as far as saying: "Donald Trump is the true Anti-christ.
     
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    He's too dumb to be the Anti-Christ. He's the Anti-Common Sense.
     
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    Is he still running against Hillary?
    Yes?
    Then I will still vote for him.
     
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    Thats what you did when you voted for him. You judged his competence.
     
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    Actually now that Trump has cleaned up his act somewhat, I would be MORE likely to vote for him now.

    I did not vote for him nor for Hillary. Could not stand either of them.

    Voted for the CIA guy instead.

    It will be interesting to see how the electoral college votes on Dec 19th.
     
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    That it will. There will certainly be some faithless electors this cycle. I wonder how many?

    No chance in my opinion that it will effect the outcome but still interesting.
     
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    Didn't vote for him, but it's tough to say for me. I will admit I was surprised by how I felt relief that Hillary didn't win. I like maybe, maaaybe, half the things he's promising e.g. Term limits. Some of the other things he promise really concern me like getting into trade wars. But he is already dropping a good bit of what he promised, which doesn't surprise me. I don't like many of his appointments, how exactly is he gonna "drain the swamp," when he's appointing one of the swamp kings wife to his cabinet (Elaine Cho)??? Come on now. And this has been the case the whole time but trump needs to get the F off of twitter and stop bickering with everyone who makes a joke, or insults you. It's SNL there going to do that, you're going to have detractors as POTUS, stop dealing with it like a reality star, act like an adult.

    But I'd say trump is even more than politically moderate. Politically he sounds more in line with what bill Clinton was. Honestly there's a lot of middle ground that the left should be able to find with him if they try.
     
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    With his picks for his cabinet......I am already getting ready to vote for him in the next election.....I may start waiting in line at the polling place...
     
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    I wouldn't say Trump is super honest. However, he just look worse than Hillary.

    Hillary is a politician. She build her whole career by managing her image.

    Trump on the other hand has to concentrate on what's real rather than just image. People can believe he is rich. If his biz is losing money he's fucked.

    Some of Trump's biz went down. How many business Hillary has every built successfully?
     
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    The government is not a business, and can't be successfully run as one. The goals are not the same.
     

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