What do you feel is the best thing and the worst thing about President Trump?
Best he is for the Veterans
Worst-really can't think of anything
The best thing is that he is not owned by anyone. He is a billionaire with no devotion to the Washington establishment and its sacred institutions.
The worst thing is that he's old. I suspect the establishment Republicans will take more and more control over his administration as the years go by.
by Ralph Schwartz 22 months ago
What's the first thing President Trump changes?America has spoken. The swamp will soon be draining. What will Trump do first and why?
by Ralph Schwartz 2 weeks ago
Historically, former heads of intelligence and law enforcement agencies have been allowed to retain their security clearances so they can be called upon to consult with their successors in times of crisis - John Brennan has been accused of using his access to personally profit as a spokesperson on...
by crankalicious 3 weeks ago
This is a funny article:https://amp.theguardian.com/commentisfr … ssion=trueWhat would Republicans say?
by crankalicious 5 weeks ago
Seriously, is this something anyone cares about?This was something President Trump engaged in before he was President, so it shouldn't factor into anything other than another indictment of his character.Remember, he cheated on his first wife with his second wife, so having sex with a porn star...
by Jack Lee 11 months ago
He made a profound statement which is one of his strong suit being the success he is on talk tadio.He said of the establishment Politicians in Washington - that they cannot afford to have President Trump succeed in his agenda. They cannot have an outsider come to Washington with zero experience and...
by Jack Lee 2 weeks ago
In light of recent events, here is my advice for President Trump moving forward.1. Focus like a laser beam on the economy.2. Start building the wall.3. Reframe from tweets and attacking the media.4. Act Presidential in all foreign affairs.5. Speak directly to the American people like Reagan did and...
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