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With all the outrageous things Donald Trump has said over the years, this year in particular, it’s amazing that one 11-year-old tape has suddenly caused many supporters to turn against him. What he says on the recording is not that different from what he has said before. And to be fair, he was speaking in private, with an outrageous Hollywood person who was egging him on—and no reason to believe he was being recorded.

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One of the first people to turn on him was House Speaker Paul Ryan. Ryan has repeatedly disapproved of Trump, and it took long negotiations for the two pols to begin to support one another. In fact, the two were scheduled for their first joint campaign appearance on Saturday, hoping to bury the hatchet, and move toward election together, according to Breitbart.

Trump originally planned to campaign with Ryan on Saturday, but after the Washington Post released a tape of the Republican nominee making lewd remarks about women in 2005 on Friday afternoon, Ryan issued a statement late Friday night that Trump won’t be coming to Wisconsin the next day.

“I am sickened by what I heard today. Women are to be championed and revered, not objectified. I hope Mr. Trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves and works to demonstrate to the country that he has greater respect for women than this clip suggests. In the meantime, he is no longer attending tomorrow’s event in Wisconsin,” Ryan stated in a press release.

Ryan asked Mike Pence to stand in for him at the Wisconsin event, but the Blaze reports that Pence Refused.

Ryan’s rejection didn’t go as far as withdrawing support. But others did.

Republican lawmakers are pulling their endorsements for GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump after the Washington Post released a bombshell video Friday in which Trump makes lewd comments about women. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (Utah) was the first GOP member of Congress to peel off Friday night, declaring on a local TV station, “I’m out.”. . . That was right after his home state governor, Gary Herbert (R), said he, too, was dropping his support for Trump after seeing the tape of him. . .

The floodgates were open by Saturday morning. Here’s a running list of the GOP members of Congress, senators and governors rescinding their endorsements for Trump or calling on him to step down, one month before the election, after seeing the video:

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (Utah), Rep. Martha Roby (Ala.). Rep. Chris Stewart (Utah), Rep. Bradley Byrne (Ala.). Rep. Joe Heck (Nev.), Rep. Cresent Hardy (Nev.), Rep. Scott Garrett (N.J.), Rep. Ann Wagner (Mo.), Rep. Rodney Davis (Mo.), Sen. Kelly Ayotte (N.H.), Sen. Mike Crapo (Idaho), Sen. John Thune (S.D.), Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (W.Va.), Sen. Deb Fischer (Neb.), Sen. Dan Sullivan (Alaska), Sen. Cory Gardner (Colo.), Gov. Gary Herbert (Utah), Gov. Dennis Dauggard (S.D.), Gov. Robert Bentley (Ala.)

Some are going beyond criticism and dropping support, some are now asking Trump to withdraw.

There’s also some GOP lawmakers who didn’t support Trump before but are now taking it a stepf urther and saying he needs to drop out. They include Sens. Jeff Flake (Ariz.), Mark Kirk (Ill.) , Mike Lee (Utah), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) and Reps. Mike Coffman (Colo.), Barbara Comstock (Va.), Fred Upton (Mich.) and Charlie Dent (Pa.).

The Daily Caller lists many comments of those demanding that Trump withdraw. Here are some examples:

South Dakota Sen. John Thune, the third-highest ranking member of the Republican leadership in the Senate, said Saturday: “Donald Trump should withdraw and Mike Pence should be our nominee effective immediately.”. . .

Utah Sen. Mike Lee, a close ally of Trump’s chief primary rival Ted Cruz, also encouraged Trump to withdraw in Facebook video. “I respectfully ask you, with all due respect, to step aside,” Lee said. “Step down.”. . .

Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo withdrew his endorsement of Trump and said: “Make no mistake—we need conservative leadership in the White House. I urge Donald Trump to step aside and allow the Republican party to put forward a conservative candidate like Mike Pence who can defeat Hillary Clinton.”

Carly Fiorina, who ran against Trump in the primary, said Saturday: “Donald Trump does not represent me or my party…Today I ask Donald Trump to step aside and for the RNC to replace him with Gov. Mike Pence.”

That’s not to say that the grassroots go along. When Nevada senate candidate Joe Heck called for Trump to step down, he was loudly booed, according to the Daily Caller.

The Blaze reports that Trump says there is “zero chance” that he will resign.

Trump told the Wall Street Journal that there is “zero chance” he’ll step down as the GOP nominee, despite pressure from dozens of influential conservatives and Republicans, including multiple state governors, senators and members of the House.

“I never, ever give up,” Trump said, adding that his campaign allegedly isn’t in a crisis. “The support I’m getting is unbelievable, because Hillary Clinton is a horribly flawed candidate.”

“I’d never withdraw. I’ve never withdrawn in my life,” Trump told the [Washington] Post. “No, I’m not quitting this race. I have tremendous support.”

In fact, Newsmax reports that Ben Carson is calling it a “smear campaign” against Trump.

Former Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson told Newsmax Saturday that Donald Trump is the victim of a vicious smear campaign by Democrats and liberal media and urged Republicans to stand by their candidate. . .

“I’m not seeing anything that I didn’t totally expect,” Carson said. “The political class and the media has to make this about Donald Trump. They cannot make this about the issues. . .

Carson conceded that Trump has “made some mistakes.”

“He concedes that,” Carson said. “Those are not good things to say, what he said in that tape. He’s not going to try to defend that. And he’s not going to allow this to become about him. The issues are too important.”

Aside from the officials and candidates, Newsmax says donors are also bailing.

Key Republican donors have begun looking into whether it’s possible to replace Donald Trump as the party’s presidential nominee after his campaign was jarred Friday by a video showing him speaking about groping women and making other crude, sexually aggressive comments. . .

Spencer Zwick, a top Republican fundraiser, said donors are backing away from Trump. “Major GOP donors are pulling support from Donald Trump and are now looking to fund an effort to back someone else as the Republican nominee,” Zwick said.

Of course, Trump’s “women problem” has only gotten worse.

Republican women are abandoning Donald Trump in an historic repudiation of their party’s nominee, a devastating development for the GOP candidate’s chances one month before Election Day. . . A mass desertion by white, married women would effectively torpedo Trump’s chances of defeating Hillary Clinton. That demographic has been a core part of every Republican nominee’s constituency this century — Mitt Romney and John McCain won 53 percent of married women, and still lost the election

One particularly notable defection: Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.), who is perhaps Trump’s most prominent female defender in the Senate.

“The comments made by Mr. Trump were disgusting and totally unacceptable under any circumstance,” she tweeted. “It would be wise for him to step aside and allow Mike Pence to serve as our party’s nominee.”

Now, the pressure is on the RNC and chair Reince Priebus.

Pressure is mounting on the Republican National Committee to act decisively in the wake of the leaked video of Donald Trump’s crude comments on women, placing many committee members at odds with elected GOP officials across the nation who are increasingly demanding his ouster or renouncing their support.

The RNC is taking the weekend to reevaluate its strategy while lawyers examine the legal hurdles to replacing Trump with another nominee, according to Republicans in touch with the committee. . .

A never-before-invoked Republican National Committee rule gives party leaders the authority to choose a new nominee. But committee members are loathe to use it, in part because of the chaos it would unleash — which could ripple up and down the GOP ticket — and also because they are more insulated from the forces buffeting the members of Congress and governors who are publicly calling for Trump to be removed from ticket. . .

The RNC is the only body with the authority to authorize a replacement nominee. And the rule at issue is known as Rule 9, which gives the committee the power to fill a vacancy for the presidential nomination by “death, declination or otherwise.”

While the word ‘otherwise’ has been interpreted by some to give the RNC wiggle room to force out a sitting nominee if it chooses, that interpretation is in dispute — RNC sources told POLITICO that lawyers agreed the committee couldn’t oust Trump under that rendering of the rules.

“RNC has an army of lawyers right now looking at Rule 9 and ballot questions,” said one Republican strategist.

Conservative attorney Jim Bopp, a close ally of the RNC, said he doesn’t believe the word “otherwise” authorizes the RNC to drop Trump proactively.

“This sentence only empowers the RNC to fill vacancies, not create them,” he said, suggesting that the removal of a candidate by a court would fit the description. “The power to create a vacancy is a separate and independent power from the power to fill vacancies and that power would have to be conferred on the RNC by a specific rule, which does not exist.

One option might be invoking Rule 12 — which gives the party the authority to amend its own rules — but that would also be problematic because it requires at least 40 days to take effect. However, the committee — which operates under Roberts Rules of Order — also appears to have the authority to suspend those restrictions with a two-thirds vote. . .

Trump’s name is on the ballot in all of [the States]. In addition, there are just 31 days left until Election Day — and it would take time for the RNC to convene a meeting, which would have no guarantee of consensus.

If RNC members did replace Trump, voters would still likely have to cast their ballots for him and let members of the Electoral College reconcile that with the party’s replacement nominee.

Former New Hampshire Sen. Gordon Humphrey said the party should pursue that route to protect its down-ballot candidates from Trump’s potential drag. . .

And that would put Reince Priebus’ job in jeopardy, too.

“I call upon Reince Priebus, as Trump’s principal enabler to resign and for the RNC to meet in emergency session and to strip Donald Trump of the nomination.”

At this point, the last word is Trump’s.

Trump told the Wall Street Journal Saturday “there’s zero chance I’ll quit.”

“The media and establishment want me out of the race so badly – I WILL NEVER DROP OUT OF THE RACE, WILL NEVER LET MY SUPPORTERS DOWN!” he tweeted late Saturday afternoon.

But maybe not. The RNC said it is “taking the weekend to reevaluate.” In other words, they want to see how Trump does in Sunday’s debate. . .

159 COMMENTS

  1. Apologies ….but Trump was…is TRAMP…HE HAS A DAUGHTER….SHE IS A WOMAN.DOES HE REMEMBER THAT??????
    WHAT A DISGUSTING MAN
    for the sake of americans and the rest of the world let him be a clown in hollywood in the porno industry
    USA deserves better.
    Wish you the best. Do not vote for him

  2. These people if all of that is accurate are just looking for an excuse to turn on Trump and I am not nor have I ever been a big Trump supporter. Ted Cruz was my guy but he lost and I have been willing to accept the consent of the governed. But those who want Trump to leave the campaign are people who don’t care if Hillary is elected.
    It is always a dumb thing to talk like some men do in regard to these kinds of topics but it is a common failing. It was over a decade ago. If anyone wants to be objective and fair, let’s compare it to the disgusting behavior of Hillary Clinton lying to cover up her husband’s notorious womanizing. Demeaning remarks about women pale into insignificance compared to enabling a womanizer. She has aided and abetted the enemy of all women. Her hypocrisy is a moral wound.
    He is a sexual predator who exploited all kinds of women including very young girls while in elected office. He perjured himself in this regard. He was also impeached though not removed from office unfortunately because the Senate lacked the will to throw him out. Hillary has stayed with this man for her own selfish reasons. An enabler is not anyone who can provide moral leadership nor can she live in her glass house and throw stones at Trump. Those Republicans who are ready to bail at the slightest hint of trouble are weak and pathetic.

  3. Stop showing him in the media.
    do not feed his ego.
    Never liked him on the apprentice.he was always a low life man.and he now ..reads..well what someone writes for him ..apoligy…I NOT LIKE THAT equals LIAR

  4. I absolutely think that this is different than anything he has said before. It’s so nasty it makes me feel violated.The fact that he said this in a private conversation ,means nothing, it totally tells even more how he feels about women because he wasn’t trying to hide anything

  5. UPDATE: John McCain has now withdrawn his endorsement of Trump.

    Also, the GOP is considering running a second candidate, focusing on different states, keeping Hillary from getting 270 electoral votes–and throwing the election into the House of Representatives.

  6. Omg..
    NEWS ALERT HE DIDNT RAPE ANYONE!!! HE WAS PRIVATELY TALKING WITH ANOTHER MAN.
    But you all forgive quickly a President poking an intern in the oval office? Of paying off woman who he had raped???
    I can’t believe what a bunch of PANSY HYPOCRITES Americans have become.

    I hope he goes really dirty on Hillary. In no way are we becoming a great nation if Hillary is in charge..

    We gave up our internet to the UN on October 1.

    • Because it was a private conversation shows who he is, since he was not trying to hide anything, and he has raped his previous wife and a 13 year old child

        • Right. Bill Clinton only raped one person, as far as I know.

          So, if you’re not talking about Bill Clinton, and I’m not talking about Bill Clinton, then how come Bill Clinton keeps coming up? It’s almost as if you can’t defend your candidate without changing the subject.

        • Of what? Do you mean forensic evidence from the crime scenes? Of course not.

          I can, as you probably know, provide evidence that several people have said they’ve been raped by Donald Trump. When a 13 year old girl says she was beaten and raped by a known creep and pedophile, I tend to believe her. When a woman says she was beaten and raped by her ex-husband, who is known to be a misogynist bully with violent tendencies, I tend to believe her.

          Can you provide evidence that they are lying?

          • People don’t read every post on every page. If you’re going to make an outrageous claim, you need to back it up–every time you make an outrageous claim.

            There has been way to much unfounded incendiary blather on both sides lately.

            • These aren’t outrageous claims. Rape is a common occurence, and Trump is a known misogynist. The allegations are well known.

              You can scrap this “both sides” nonsense, btw. You know damn well that’s a false equivalence. Don’t even try it.

    • My internet seems to be working fine.
      You are clearly crazy. You seem to believe the most far out, unbelievable crap that is being dished out, but you do not see what is going on with Trump in real time.
      I hope he does try to “go dirty” on Clinton, he will look like a vulgar clown and she will look like the victim.
      I wouldn’t normally say this, but I hope you and your family get deported back to Mexico as you do not deserve to be a free citizen of a great country like America.

  7. A tempest in a teapot. ALL men say sexist things about women. Bill Clinton did it! And his wife called his victims “Trash.” Plus, Hillary refers to Jews as “F-ing Jew Bastards” and Latinos as “Taco Bowls.” What a double standard! As a woman, I am not offended by words but I loathe sexual assault by a serial predator like Clinton and a woman who covered up his felonious acts.

  8. I consider myself an “Independent” and usually make my decisions after the debates and facts are disclosed. This should be beyond belief to ALL. I say that because this is the true Donald Trump. I spent a weekend at Trump Taj Mahal in 2006. It just so happened that it was Donald Trump’s 60th birthday and he was celebrating it at the Taj Mahal. He decided to give away $250,000 to some of the guests at the hotel and the people who were gambling there. We were told to be in the auditorium of the hotel at 9:00 p.m. I was with two other women and we went to the auditorium, as instructed. After waiting 25 minutes, I declared that I had no desire to see Trump and went back to the casino floor, as the names of the winners were to be posted on the casino floor. My two friends stayed for the event. They came back after and were literally flabbergasted at his demeanor and behavior. I was told that he drew 4 or 5 names and that the winners were not in the auditorium. Mr. Trump (the duck) had a temper tantrum, as I guess his ego was deflated. He said to the audience, F— this, this is my casino and I can change the rules. Sue me if you want. He then gave $10,000 gives to people he chose. What arrogance. All the gaffs that are being disclosed now are indicative of his true character. Please, do not defend him to me. He is beyond redemption. I will agree that Hillary Clinton has baggage too, as certainly we all do. I live in Mexico the greater part of the year, and a Trump presidency frightens and terrifies me. He is definitely a loose cannon.

  9. So, it turns out that the rape allegations against Trump are almost certainly true. Things he allegedly did to his victims, are things he actually brags about to his friends in private conversation.

    His decision to run for President is likely the worst idea he’s ever had – and he’s had many, many bad ideas. During this campaign, we have learned many things about Donald Trump. Some things we already knew, but they have been brought into the limelight because of his Presidential campaign.

    – He doesn’t pay taxes.
    – He’s nowhere near as rich as he claims to be.
    – He’s a serial rapist.
    – He wants to have sex with his own daughter.
    – He lost a billion dollars in one year, during the 90s when everybody else made money.
    – He brags about assaulting women.
    – He is incapable of learning even basic concepts and taking in simple information.
    – He preys on children.
    – He is a Nazi.
    – He has broken the law numerous times.
    – He violated the Cuban embargo.
    – He’s in the pocket of Russian oligarchs and foreign banks.
    – He’s an admirer of Saddam Hussein, Vladimir Putin, and other dictators.
    – He doesn’t pay his contractors.
    – He is a pedophile.
    – Etc, etc, etc.

    With all the lawsuits and investigations waiting after the election, he will likely lose a significant chunk of whatever personal wealth he still has. Nobody will want to do business with him, knowing that he can’t get a loan from American banks, and that he’s completely incompetent as a businessman. His brand is in the gutter. All over the world people are laughing at the narcissistic clown who thought he could be President.

    For all the shrill shrieks of “Hillary for prison” this year, it seems not unlikely that Trump will be the one going to prison. Perhaps for a long, long time. Hillary, on the other hand – cleared of all wrongdoing.

    Just remember that he is exactly the kind of candidate the Republican party deserves. You got what you wanted, guys.

  10. Review what hillary has called women , bimbo etc. plus latest ad she used with trump calling females slobs pigs etc. the problem here was she USED YOUNG girls in the ad. You dont use young girls ever politically
    She has called half the good people in usa despicable names such as irredeemable.
    She has inferred parents of bengarzi 4 dead sons were not quoting her correctly about false narrative video- while one even kept journal,
    told us years ago that Chelsea and her were shot at by snippers walking down plane stairs,
    supposedly being treated for pneumonia but had no problem resting at her daughters house where her granddaughter lives with no concern she had pneumonia, after almost fainting.

    And states trump has no experience
    Since when is criteria to be president means for thise not politicians should not run

    Trumps spoke words in private

    It has been a bumpy ride for both, and this is a country of Forgiveness. Not a country where all our private conversations are open for public as they would be in a socialists country– at leadt last i looked

    Now if you have no faults or expect your president to be a pope – well maybe in a make believe world and you are within WORD sin- then you can throw first stone.

    We need strong leadeeship and a person who is not afraid to fight and make us great again And keep us Safe

    Apology made, move on – that is unless you just cant get enough bsshing and nasty gossip from media and no women or man will ever be safe from sometimes off color remarks.

    I choose freedom and protection of privacy.

    I chose to be American.

  11. No matter what we are talking about the man – His political statements are a way to reel in the masses…… I remember 1 other other…………..
    IF he was serious about being in politics would he have used derogatory remarks about one and everyone ? He ‘admits’ he changed or he is not like ‘that’
    Are people so gullible?

  12. 1. Trump will beat that poltroon with a wire brush.

    2. The elite establishment Republicans jumping ship are now political ““castaways. They are toast.

    3. Remember, it’s Trump vs.the media (and hillary).

    4. Scum-o-crats are all lying scum.

  13. Clinton is paying for research of anything derogatory that she can broadcast to diminish Donald Trump’s character, the same tactic she used in 2008 against Obama. ” Billary” is treading on thin ice when her husband, as governor of Arkansas and HR impeached President of the US has a reputation for lewdness, adultery, accusations of rape, drugs and sexual exploits with an intern the same age as his daughter Chelsea, while he was in the Oval Office.

    Clinton’s smears to make Trump appear low is unfair and just nasty-mean. Read “Crisis of Character” written by a White House Secret Service agent about the Clinton’s during their tenure in the White House. Lots of “alpha-male banter” and “explicit sex” can be found in Prosecutor Kenneth Starr’s 453 page report on Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton’s administration scandals while in the White House.New
    book: “The Residence: Inside the Private World of the Clinton White House.” by Kate Andersen Brower. Interviews dozens of people who had a first-hand look at how the Clinton First Family conducted themselves.

    The crude video being broadcast this week shows the respectful manner with which Trump interacted with Arianne Zucker after departing Billy Bush’s Access Hollywood bus where the 2005 nervous, inappropriate, male chest-pounding conversation took place eleven years ago. Certainly not new news.

    Anyone watching TV’s reflection of US culture in the 1990’s and 2000’s such as Night Court re-run episodes (1984-1992), The Carol Burnett Show re-run episodes (1967-1978), The Dave Letterman Show (1993-2015, Suits (2010-2016), Mad Men (2007-2015), and especially Saturday Night Live (1975 to 2016) to name a few, will recognize that locker room banter about women was unfortunately common place in these show scripts. Read “Crisis of Character” written by a White House Secret Service agent about the Clinton’s during their tenure in the White House. Hillary is recorded as having a real mean, dirty mouth, particularly when talking about the various women who were targeted by her husband Bill Clinton.

  14. Clinton
    is paying for research of anything derogatory that she can broadcast to
    diminish Donald Trump’s character, the same tactic she used in 2008 against
    Obama. ” Billary” is treading on thin ice when her husband, as
    governor of Arkansas and HR impeached President of the US has a reputation for
    lewdness, adultery, accusations of rape, drugs and sexual exploits with an
    intern the same age as his daughter Chelsea, while he was in the Oval Office.

    Clinton’s smears to make Trump appear low is unfair and just nasty-mean. Read
    “Crisis of Character” written by a White House Secret Service agent about the
    Clinton’s during their tenure in the White House. Lots of “alpha-male banter”
    and “explicit sex” can be found in Prosecutor Kenneth Starr’s 453 page report
    on Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton’s administration scandals while in the
    White House. New book: “The Residence:
    Inside the Private World of the Clinton White House.” by Kate Andersen
    Brower. Interviews dozens of people who had a first-hand look at how the
    Clinton First Family conducted themselves.

    The crude video being broadcast this week shows the respectful manner with
    which Trump interacted with Arianne Zucker after departing Billy Bush’s Access
    Hollywood bus where the 2005 nervous, inappropriate, male chest-pounding
    conversation took place. Certainly not
    new news.

    Anyone watching TV’s reflection of US culture in the 1990’s and 2000’s such as
    Night Court re-run episodes (1984-1992), The Carol Burnett Show re-run episodes
    (1967-1978), The Dave Letterman Show (1993-2015, Suits (2010-2016), Mad Men
    (2007-2015), and especially Saturday Night Live (1975 to 2016) to name a few,
    will recognize that locker room banter about women was unfortunately common
    place in these show scripts. I am not
    saying Trump had a good excuse in 2005, what I am saying is that Internet
    stories create a climate of over-reacting to old stories. Read
    “Crisis of Character” written by a White House Secret Service agent about the
    Clinton’s during their tenure in the White House. Hillary is recorded as having a real mean,
    dirty mouth, particularly when talking about the various women who were
    targeted by her husband Bill Clinton.

  15. No surprise here, just glad the video surfaced in time to help put a face to this monster of a presidential candidate!

  16. To put things in perspective.
    This man Trumpkopf has (not denied he has) not paid taxes for years. And he says, “I am Smart”
    His businesses went bellyup (And he still writes a book the Art of the Deal) After losing a near billion dollars.
    He has outsourced his supplies to China
    His shareholders were left holding the can, while he drew pay as head of those
    bankrupt companies.
    DONALD TRUMP
    Stiffed contractors and others who provided him goods for his projects. (A charge
    he defended by saying “Maybe he didnt do a good job”)
    Fought with and demeaned an AMERICAN War Hero’s parents, simply because they were Muslim.
    Has accused Mexicans of being ‘rapists’ and more.
    Would like Saudis and South Korea to build nuclear weapons.
    Will stiff Nato allies, at a time when Putin is becoming aggressive.
    He has no standing with Blacks, because he is an out and out White Republican Supremacist.
    Boasts and tells a lie that he forced Obama to release his birth certificate, when Obama had
    already done so, much before Trumpkopf started barking.
    Oh, yes, he has the deepest respect for women. Especially beautiful women! LOL!
    That after all this, there are still people who think he is God’s gift to America, well, God Save America!

  17. TAHIMIK I do know !!!!! did you not ‘forgive’ and forget CLINTON??? why you are excusing TRUMP????? you are the one that must grow up. see your comment below-
    Replying to you : I am intelligent you know Tahimik – grew up with principles
    you should actually turn to TRUMP AND TELL HIM TO GROW UP not to me………..
    TRUMP is a stupid man -Agree 100pct with Robert de Niro .

    The US put up with Clinton getting a blow job. Trump’s is just talk. —–Must be nice being a saint. Grow Up——–

  18. PLEASE vote for THE GOOD OF USA and THE REST OF THE WORLD.
    He will affect MY LIFE and so many non-americans ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    the choices are bad and bad ??? choose the one that least impacts unrest in the world
    Trump probably would be good for USA only , but unfortunately , taking into consideration the above – please remember WE EXIST outside your Country

  19. THE WORLD is expecting an INTELLIGENT debate – discussing Economic policies, unemployment etc etc . not TRASH , but they ‘bite’ one another and the level goes down .
    We only care about the political and Economic issues of your elections.

  20. Tahimik yes it started with JFJ —sure??????
    But I SINCERELY HOPE THAT THE GOOD AMERICANS step forward instead of dirty old men and crooked ones- For the sake of all of US in the rest of the world where america meddles

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