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Irrational and Irrelevant Herr Fuerher Trump Is Happy to Incite Hatred to Maintain Power
Irrational and irrelevant Herr Fuerher Trump is happy to incite hatred to maintain power.
Herr Fuerher Trump is what his alt-right base calls him and they loved him ending DACA. How dare he terrorize these people for partisan gain? Trump isn’t a decent human, and this action attests to his depravity!
Herr Fuerher Trump is a punk otherwise he wouldn’t have trotted Sessions out to end DACA.
Herr Fuerher Trump doesn’t even have 25% support from those who aren’t in the alt-right.
His staff explained to Herr Fuerher Trump that ending DACA would be unpopular so he flip-flopped.
Herr Fuerher Trump’s followers love his attacks of the media. Herr Fuerher Trump does it because he is afraid!
Herr Fuerher Trump knows the Russian investigation is circling him. Trump thought that a Moscow Trump Tower would make him president. Trump can’t pardon state crimes and Mueller is teaming up with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman because of that.
Neo-Nazis don’t like dissent. Herr Fuerher Trump is clamping down on free speech in the USA because he is afraid that the truth will hurt him and because his base clamors for totalitarian tactics such as this.
The irrational and irrelevant Herr Fuerher Trump is a punk who terrorizes for political power. He knows the Russian investigation is getting closer to him and will do anything to suppress free speech because it is getting to be incessantly against him.
Herr Fuerher Trump’s fellow Neo-Nazi base loved him ending DACA.
The article “Trump appeals to his cheering base with end to ‘special rights’ for ‘Dreamers’” states “While President Trump’s opponents took to the streets Tuesday to protest his decision to end Obama-era protections for young undocumented immigrants, his core supporters loved it.
Politically, Trump’s decision Tuesday to rescind the 5-year-old Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was a valentine to his base, the 39 percent of Americans who approve of the job he’s been doing and for whom immigration is a driving issue.”
The article “CNN's Brinkley: '10-15%' Of Trump's Supporters Are KKK, White Nationalists, Alt-Right” states “According to historian, professor of history, and CNN contributor, Douglas Brinkley, 10-15% of President Donald Trump’s voter base is composed of KKK, white nationalists, and “alt-right” figures.”
Herr Fuerher Trump is a punk.
The article “Trump isn’t delivering his own DACA policy because he’s cowardly and weak--An evasion of responsibility.” states “Long before he was a politician, Donald Trump was a showman. So it’s telling that on the biggest political story of the week, the great impresario of nativist backlash politics has decided to make himself scarce. Instead of announcing his plan to kill the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program with a six-month delay personally, Trump is letting Jeff Sessions act as the star of the DACA episode of the Trump Show.”
Herr Fuerher Trump flip-flopping regarding DACA.
The article “Donald Trump Takes Back DACA Kill? Tweets Plan To “Revisit” If Congress Does Not “Legalize” In 6 Months” states “President Donald Trump appears to have been visited by the Ghosts of Dreamers Past and Future, because he’s just tweeted “Never mind” – or words to that effect – on today’s carefully orchestrated base-baiting announcement that DACA is D-E-A-D.
The New York Times had reported White House insiders were worried Trump did not fully grasp the impact of what it was Attorney General Jeff Sessions had announced this morning – and which former President Barack Obama denounced in a Facebook post a few hours later. The sources said they feared Trump might capitulate if the blowback was bad.”
Herr Fuerher Trump doesn’t even have 25% support from those who aren’t in the alt-right.
Herr Fuerher Trump is irrelevant. The Russians could have stolen the election for any GOP operative.
The article“Russian Election Hacking Efforts, Wider Than Previously Known, Draw Little Scrutiny” states “The calls started flooding in from hundreds of irate North Carolina voters just after 7 a.m. on Election Day last November.
Dozens were told they were ineligible to vote and were turned away at the polls, even when they displayed current registration cards. Others were sent from one polling place to another, only to be rejected. Scores of voters were incorrectly told they had cast ballots days earlier. In one precinct, voting halted for two hours.
Susan Greenhalgh, a troubleshooter at a nonpartisan election monitoring group, was alarmed. Most of the complaints came from Durham, a blue-leaning county in a swing state. The problems involved electronic poll books — tablets and laptops, loaded with check-in software, that have increasingly replaced the thick binders of paper used to verify voters’ identities and registration status. She knew that the company that provided Durham’s software, VR Systems, had been penetrated by Russian hackers months before.
“It felt like tampering, or some kind of cyberattack,” Ms. Greenhalgh said about the voting troubles in Durham….
But months later, for Ms. Greenhalgh, other election security experts and some state officials, questions still linger about what happened that day in Durham as well as other counties in North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Arizona.
After a presidential campaign scarred by Russian meddling, local, state and federal agencies have conducted little of the type of digital forensic investigation required to assess the impact, if any, on voting in at least 21 states whose election systems were targeted by Russian hackers, according to interviews with nearly two dozen national security and state officials and election technology specialists.”
Irrational Herr Fuerher Trump.
The August 23rd 2017 article “President Trump is deteriorating before our very eyes” states “Were you deeply alarmed by President Trump’s performance in Arizona on Tuesday night? If so, that is understandable. Trump is getting worse. He rambled and ranted with abandon. He hinted that he will pardon Joe Arpaio. He escalated his attacks on the media, accusing them of misrepresenting his response to the violence in Charlottesville. Yet he also doubled down on his defense of Confederate monuments, claiming that “they” are trying to “take away our heritage and our history.” (Emphasis added.)
All of this appeared to signal a growing contempt for the rule of law and an increasing indifference to the health of our democracy and institutions, and to his own responsibilities and duty to the public to try to calm the antagonisms unleashed in Charlottesville’s aftermath. If anything, at this difficult moment of national introspection, Trump conspicuously sought to further inflame those antagonisms. Some reacted with deep panic: Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper labeled the speech “downright scary and disturbing,” adding: “I really question his ability to be — his fitness to be — in this office.””
Herr Fuerher Trump attacks the media because he is afraid!
The August 31st 2017 article“Most Voters Think Trump Dislikes The Media More Than White Supremacists, Poll Finds --A majority believe the president is “tearing the country apart.”” states “Voters were asked an unusual question in a Fox News poll released Wednesday: Who does President Donald Trump dislike more — white supremacists or the news media?
Trump has frequently lambasted the press as “fake news” and dismissed journalists as “truly bad people” after being criticized for failing to condemn white supremacists at the violent rally inCharlottesville, Virginia, this month.
Voters, it seems, have taken note of his disdain for the press. The poll results show 70 percent of voters (and the majority of both Democrats and Republicans) believe the president dislikes the media more than white supremacists. Another 12 percent of respondents said he “dislikes both.””
The August 23rd 2017 article “Trump’s vicious attack on the media shows one thing clearly: He’s running scared” states “As with so much about President Trump, his Phoenix rally on Tuesday night was two contradictory things: both shocking and completely predictable.
Shocking because it was the most sustained attack any president has made on the news media. (“It’s time to expose the crooked-media deceptions and challenge the media for their role in fomenting divisions,” Trump ranted, as he charged that reporters invent sources and make up stories. “They are trying to take away our history and our heritage.”)
And predictable because this is exactly what Trump does when he’s in trouble. He finds an enemy and punches as hard as he can.”
Herr Fuerher Trump knows the Russian investigation is circling him.
The September 1 2017 article“Mueller examining Trump’s draft letter firing FBI Director Comey” states “On the day before President Trump fired FBI Director James B. Comey, he summoned his vice president, chief of staff, top lawyer and other senior advisers to the Oval Office….
The multi-page letter blasted Comey over his investigation of Trump’s Democratic presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton. And, according to a person with direct knowledge of the contents of the letter, it conveyed Trump’s displeasure that Comey would not say publicly what he had told the president three times privately: that the FBI’s probe into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election was not focused on him…
Mueller is likely to look into whether Trump, in consulting the Justice Department’s top two officials, was seeking a pretense to fire his FBI director or, as some White House advisers said Friday, whether he was simply persuaded to consider their opinions before acting.”
The August 31st 2017 article“Manafort's notes from the Trump Tower Russia meeting reportedly mention political contributions and the RNC” states “Congressional investigators examining Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election are now focusing on whether the Trump campaign or the Republican National Committee received donations from Russian sources after a meeting involving two Russian lobbyists in Trump Tower last year, according to a Thursday NBC report.”
The August 28 2017 article“Trump Associate Boasted That Moscow Business Deal ‘Will Get Donald Elected’” states “A business associate of President Trump promised in 2015 to engineer a real estate deal with the aid of the president of Russia, Vladimir V. Putin, that he said would help Mr. Trump win the presidency.
The associate, Felix Sater, wrote a series of emails to Mr. Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, in which he boasted about his ties to Mr. Putin. He predicted that building a Trump Tower in Moscow would highlight Mr. Trump’s savvy negotiating skills and be a political boon to his candidacy.
“Our boy can become president of the USA and we can engineer it,” Mr. Sater wrote in an email. “I will get all of Putins team to buy in on this, I will manage this process.””
The August 30 2017 article“Mueller teams up with New York attorney general in Manafort probe.” states “Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team is working with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on its investigation into Paul Manafort and his financial transactions, according to several people familiar with the matter.
The cooperation is the latest indication that the federal probe into President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman is intensifying. It also could potentially provide Mueller with additional leverage to get Manafort to cooperate in the larger investigation into Trump’s campaign, as Trump does not have pardon power over state crimes.”The article “Russia probes kick into high gear”states “The congressional Russia investigations are entering a new and more serious phase as lawmakers return from the August recess amid fresh revelations about contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia.
In the coming weeks, both intelligence committees are expected to conduct closed-door interviews with high-ranking members of the Trump campaign, and potential witnesses could include Michael Cohen, Paul Manafort and Donald Trump Jr.
The two panels are also looking at possibly holding public hearings this fall.
In addition, Trump Jr. is set to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is conducting its own parallel investigation into President Donald Trump and his associates’ alleged ties to Moscow.
The return of the congressional Russia probes also means the return of a phenomenon that has reportedly enraged Trump and caused him to lash out at GOP leaders: constant headlines about the latest incremental developments in these sprawling and unwieldy investigations.”
The article “Mueller gives White House names of 6 aides he expects to question in Russia probe” states” Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has alerted the White House that his team will probably seek to interview six top current and former advisers to President Trump who were witnesses to several episodes relevant to the investigation of Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, according to people familiar with the request.
Mueller’s interest in the aides, including trusted adviser Hope Hicks, former press secretary Sean Spicer and former chief of staff Reince Priebus, reflects how the probe that has dogged Trump’s presidency is starting to penetrate a closer circle of aides around the president.
Each of the six advisers was privy to important internal discussions that have drawn the interest of Mueller’s investigators, including his decision in May to fire FBI Director James B. Comey and the White House’s initial inaction following warnings that then-national security adviser Michael Flynn had withheld information from the public about his private discussions in December with Russia’s ambassador to the United States, according to people familiar with the probe.”
Neo-Nazis don’t like dissent and that is why Herr Fuerher Trump is clamping down on free speech in the USA.
The article “Report: 'Anti-protester' bills gain traction in state legislatures” states “Republican legislators in 20 U.S. statehouses have proposed — and six legislatures approved — new restrictions on the right to assemble and protest so far this year, according to a new report by the Democrat-aligned State Innovation Exchange.
“These bills would create a new set of crimes, significantly harsher penalties, and costly fines that could apply broadly to anyone — whether they are supporters of the president, members of the Tea Party, or just concerned parents speaking out at a school board meeting,” according to an advance copy of the report. SiX works to advance progressive policies at the state level and calls the wave of bills a “new and disturbing trend.””
The irrational and irrelevant Herr Fuerher Trump is a punk who terrorizes for political power.
Herr Fuerher Trump’s decision to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) policy effectively disrupts the futures of the nearly 800,000 young people who have known no home other than the United States. home since childhood Herr Fuerher Trump knows this is a an incredible loss for America and knows this undermines the very foundation on which this country of immigrants was built, but he wants to appeal to his vile base.
He is willing to suppress free speech because he realizes that there are more intelligent citizens who will protest against him than his vile alt-right supporters.
The Russian investigation is getting closer to Trump. He is scared and he know he has to keep his base satisfied, to reduce the odds that he gets impeached.