Some politicians and leaders plan to boycott Trump's inauguration. Will that be good for the country, or will it be bad?
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That's weird. Your description doesn't sound much like what I saw of the Trump campaign, except for the crowds. It sounds much more like the Sanders campaign to me, especially having plans and knowing what was behind the issues.
I wrote a lot of words, and you didn't even answer my last sentence . What is the goal? I am sorry but I don't understand your comment?
Read the headlines and get back with me. I didn't create the term, that is what those people that are against Trump are calling for. You would have to ask them what they mean. Thanks
Read the definition of boycott - it's both.
Here is the definition of the word "boycott": withdraw from commercial or social relations with (a country, organization, or person) as a punishment or protest.
Why would there be a problem with anyone's intention to withdraw from the inauguration?
I have to totally disagree with you, especially about California. Run by democrats and liberals for democrats and liberals. gov Jerry Brown, Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi don't represent all the people in CA. Brown and Pelosi are Bekeley supporters.
Isn't the inauguration about the country and not the person. So boycotting it is boycotting the country.
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