- Jul 10, 2018
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Here is what I am wondering. Will you deal with the issues, or will you try to insult me again?@Sandy Shanks What has got to end is your lack of ability to form any opinion not provided to you by your cherry picked and highly biased media propaganda and your refusal to admit already legally proven items in history. You are the Nancy Pelosi of hate.
Have you ever had an original thought?
In 2016 and again in 2020, the Russian dictator, Vladimir Putin, wanted Trump to be our President. A test of Trump's loyalty came in July 2018 at Helsinki when Trump rejected American intelligence and accepted the statements from Putin.
Is Trump acting very much like a Russian agent?
The reader can decide, but we know this. His followers on this forum run and hide. They offer no defense for the former President's actions.
NATO is a gun aimed directly at the heart of Russia. As President, Trump alienated our traditional allies, meaning members of NATO, and attempted friendship with the communist dictators of Russia, China, and North Korea.
As President, Trump destroyed the nuclear agreement with Iran, a devout enemy of our country, and, as a consequence, that enemy is very close to a nuclear weapon today.
Due to his poor performance as President, Trump was soundly beaten in the Presidential election in November 2020, clobbered by over seven million votes. Trump, without even a hint of evidence, only rhetoric, claims he won by a landslide. He also lost 60 court decisions plus the Supreme Court and countless state audits.
"It is now clear that first in Georgia, and then by trying to wield presidential power to force the Justice Department to declare the election soiled by fraud where none existed, the ex-President sought to incite a coup to stay in office. When that failed, he called a mob to Washington, incited it with false claims of voter fraud, and then it invaded Congress, obliterating a peaceful transfer of power," CNN.
During his presidency, the Trump show -- with its crazed West Wing antics and his craving for attention -- was exhausting and distracting, but ultimately not a threat to the republic. But while many Americans wish he no longer dominated the headlines, it's now clear that warning signs are flashing everywhere about Trump's future intent. If anything, the peril he poses to democracy has grown in the last six months, as much of the Republican Party itself has turned against cherished bedrock political values. -- Stephen Collinson, CNN