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    99tkemguy
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    No used to get hyped up for something that may not actually occur. Deportation is an old thing, its a thing that happens from time to time due to a variety of reasons. But will Trump deport Hispanics? No. Would he even if he wanted to? No. He's as likely to deport a white as any other race due to breaking a law of the land. I bet its not just Mexicans that are illegal immigrants. There is a legal way of doing things and crossing the border isn't one of them.
     
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    I expect a pretty good outcome for the economies of the United States and the UK, especially now that their leaders seem to look up to each other. Britain will probably get a new trade union with America and the EU countries, and America is already getting offers to renegotiate NAFTA, and the TPP is completely dead (thank God) which will mean more jobs in America, better trade deals, and a better and more vibrant economy.

    Even now, if you look at American and British company stocks, they rocketed after Trump was declared the winner ( Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/defense-stocks-all-time-highs-trump-presidency-2016-11)

    As far as the facts are concerned, the American economy is going to rise
     
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    We already know that you are a trump fan boy Jackie, please find some real, and a new, information
     
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    Meanwhile the countries protesting him, including other countries as well, such as germany, and other such countries, As well as a lot of world leaders acting like they "like him" even though a week before hand they were scoffing and laughing at him, he's the joke of the world, not even a politician which makes him the worst candidate in my book, sure politicians are corrupt, etc, but a businessman with 2 billion+ dollars, ought to be more corrupt.
     
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    Im sorry, i'll take my facts and data out of here then, you can continue fearmongering

    Uhh, maybe at first, but today, that is just false. Even before, though, of course he would be disliked by the left, literally every right candidate was, how is that anything to go by. Also literally no country is protesting him, just some people in those countries, who would protest no matter who was elected.

    Also why is "not being a politician" automatically a disqualifier, even if he is a great diplomat, businessman, and has just beaten the most prominent politicians in America?

    http://www.vox.com/2016/11/9/13574086/canada-reaction-donald-trump
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world...-German-politician-Stoiber-Angela-Merkel-aide
    https://www.rt.com/news/365966-putin-trump-congratulates-victory/
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...-to-co-operate-russia-putin-war-a7409096.html
    http://learningenglish.voanews.com/...-to-president-elect-donald-trump/3591126.html
    http://www.businessinsider.com/which-world-leaders-support-trump-2016-7
     
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    Provide real facts and data please. I have yet to see any fearmongering.
     
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    Ignore the fact that trump posted a tweet in 2012 that he deleted, that he was hating obama for being elected when someone else won the popular vote.. http://mashable.com/2012/11/06/trump-reacts-to-election/#ihgSWXtjqkqb
    And guess what? Hillary WON the popular vote, and donald trump isn't complaining now IS HE?
    That should be proof enough for you that trump is a hypocrite and... yeah...
     
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    Yeah that's one of the bad things I was talking about, doesn't make him worse than Hillary though.

    k, here:
    http://edition.cnn.com/2016/11/11/politics/tpp-congressional-leaders/
    https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2016/11/11/catr-n11.html
    http://thehill.com/policy/finance/2...otiate-or-withdraw-from-nafta-without-changes
    http://www.lawyersforbritain.org/int-trade.shtml
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-09-...it-free-trade-agreement-working-group/7821280
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...r-brexit-trade-deals-with-the-usa-and-austra/
     
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    That's not what I'm talking about, thanks for reading my original post. Also, glad to see that there are actual hate crimes both in the United States and Canada stemming from Trump getting elected.
     
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    Man this is exactly the type of reasoning why I think some form of the Mandela Effect is true. Where did the common sense go?? That and the Flat-Earth theory.... Last time I checked, no one has thought the earth was flat in hundreds of years, now all of a sudden people left and right are all "yeah the earth is flat dude, makes total sense." I don't know maybe i'm just going stir-crazy but hell, things aren't the way they were just 5 years ago...

    Edit: Thought I'd keep this post relevant by saying- If anything, Trump winning the election prevented WW3 from happening, at least with Russia, but then again you now have articles coming out saying Russia had a huge influence on the voting process. Who knows. Just remember to live life to the fullest, and don't look back.
     
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    I think shit all will get done for the next four years and a new precedent will be set for how presidents carry themselves and their manners.

    Beyond that nothing too extreme. I mean yea he's a terrible corrupt person that's filling the executive office with other terrible corrupt people.

    But he's too prone to changing his mind as quickly as his temper. If anything this will just allow America's enemies more fuel as to why we are a terrible country. But that irrational behavior will have everyone on edge. He is as prone to declaring a war as he is to complimenting the same person a week later.

    Seriously the guy has the memory and attention of a goldfish. He will just blunder and bluster his way through the next four years claim credit for things he didn't do yell at people he disagrees withs. Sign in a fair number of policies using executive pen that will be hopefully be undone the same way he puts them in by the next president.

    All his election shows is the deep seated animosity americans have towards each other. He is the result of an angered nation that would rather blame each other than work to solve anything.

    All these protests are a joke. Congrats you've protested your dislike for someone that only the most belligerent assholes like and even they will admit he was a mistake within a year's time. It won't change anything. He's already in office. Even if he's pusted his successors are just as bad if not worse.

    These protests make me sad. Not because they're protesting but at the fact all these millions of people are banding together. But they are not banding together in unity. They are banding together in hatred and in doing such. They are no better than the people who elected trump a hateful protest can be peaceful. That doesn't make it any less hateful.

    For the record i did not vote. I thought both candidates were utter crap and didn't wish to waste my day in a line for the lesser of two evils.
     
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    It's most of the people's' fault since all they do is complain and never get any shit done. Then they wonder why they don't have the president they wanted or something they didn't want legislated. Some people forget that we live in a country where anyone can literally take part in the Government. And some people think that calling Trump supporters bigots and misogynists and what have you will solve the issue when it won't. I myself am a Trump supporter and am not a bigot lol. That victim card that some liberals like to pull when they don't get what they want is very manipulative in most cases and it's starting to get old.
     
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    Personally I believe whoever voted for or are for trump are complete idiots, albeit I would say the same for those for hillary, but to them Trump is the lesser of two evils which is utter nonsense. Whatever happens in all honesty is america's fault lol. We'll have to deal with it OR american's can go the way of impeaching him, but that would probably be hard to do and no one wants Trump's vice president in power.
     
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    Trump did a lot more for people than people think he did. Some people have failed to realize that he's housed and given jobs to millions of Americans across the country. But I gotta agree with you, people shouldn't vote for a president just because they are the lesser of two evils. Independent research that's unbiased will help form your own opinion on who you should vote for, if you even want to. Regardless, congress has its checks and balances, this is a democratic republic here not a communist dictatorship.
     
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    Trumps also ran numerous businesses bankrupt and sued numerous others for trivial things. Both of those cost jobs. The first for obvious reasons. The second because actually fighting a law suit even if its completely bogus against a billionaire will bankrupt you and your company and anyone with you as trumps lawyers argue every little thing.

    He has saved a few thousand jobs. He's also cost a few thousand jobs. You need too look at both sides of a spectrum. Newton's law oddly enough applies to businesses as well. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

    In other words. Everything must be weighed accordingly.

    You are looming at only one side of the corporate scale. Of course it will look like all the weights are in your favor if you completely remove the other from the equation.

    This is a slightly bias site as huffpost is rather liberal but the writer brings up numerous intresting points all worth looking at in to are we even a democracy or Republic anymore.

    http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/6416872
     
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    You make a good point but there are very few successful businesses out there that don't run into bankruptcy.
     
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    Going on just his inauguration, he put barack in his place and he is already breaking the mold, Id say hes the kinda guy who wont back down when it comes down to things getting tough.
    Reagan was our last actual leader
    Bush sr and jr had thier own agendas
    Obama launched us into the age of privacy
    Hopefully trump actually turns out to be a leader and not just a pawn.
     
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    Trump is a very bold and a jump-on-the-gun type of person. He's already revived that pipeline and I think he defunded planned parenthood also.
     
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    You must not understand what bankruptcy is.

    Bankruptcy is the legal equivalent of saying "Me or my company is broke and can no longer pay its bills so here you go bank heres everything we have left foreclose it. "

    Thats the opposite of success dude. Dead opposite.
     
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    The thing im looking for is will he go back on his word, like Obama did pretty much implementing everything he said he didn't want.
    Also since trump is a business man, he should have the know-how to run the country more efficiently (as he is already trying todo)
     

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