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2018/07/22 10:35:07 (permalink)
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I am curious on whether or not people abroad from the US think that most Americans are **** heads because Trump ended up in office. Just curious...I personally can't stand the guy.
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 11:32:21 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby simonboyle 2018/08/09 04:29:19
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Why can’t you stand him?

I’d personally take him over Hilary all day long (as that’s who he was at up against) to gain presidency.

Hell I’d even trade him in for our very own Theresa May.

The fact is when you look beyond the silliness that all these Trump haters nit pick over, he’s actually doing a remarkable job.

With a somewhat controversy nature, that isn’t go to please everyone, because as we all know the world appears to be a fragile place today.

I think most people would take him as their leader in a heartbeat, as already proved in the United States.

I’m almost certain, he’d have no problem getting the vote over here in the UK.

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 11:39:10 (permalink)
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^^^This

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 12:35:11 (permalink)
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As you can see from above, Trump is a divisive figure all over, generally the alt-right love him and everyone else hates him, there isn't a lot of middle ground.
 
You'll find that in most of Europe the majority is firmly against him. The right is bigger in the US than anywhere in Europe, in the UK more than most other EU states too (but even in the UK most would be against Trump).
 
People here who support Trump usually sound like this:

 
But not to worry, we know that most americans didn't vote for Trump. 
post edited by Uriel - 2018/07/22 12:43:11
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 12:49:35 (permalink)
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Ahh, well it's nice to know that ass holes are universal haha. I did not vote for Trump and my wife absolutely despises him, however I don't ignore the fact that people here in the US were sick enough of our average political figures to want someone who had previously not been a politician in office. Many of us worry that he is turning the world against us and to be clear he only represents a small portion of our government and the American people. I am not saying Hillary was a better pick, I didn't vote for her either. To be honest I would probably not dislike Trump as much as I do if he would stay off of twitter.
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 12:53:26 (permalink)
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As you can see from above, Trump is a divisive figure all over, generally the alt-right love him and everyone else hates him, there isn't a lot of middle ground.
 
You'll find that in most of Europe the majority is firmly against him. The right is bigger in the US than anywhere in Europe, in the UK more than most other EU states too (but even in the UK most would be against Trump).
 
People here who support Trump usually sound like this
 
But not to worry, we know that most americans didn't vote for Trump. 


That's good to know, it's the same here. There is very little substance involved.
post edited by Johnybravo817 - 2018/07/22 13:07:14
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 13:19:45 (permalink)
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I am curious on whether or not people abroad from the US think that most Americans are **** heads because Trump ended up in office. Just curious...I personally can't stand the guy.


Sucks to be you then when he gets a second term.

Trump is simply awesome and I respect any American who had the sense to vote for him.

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 13:21:08 (permalink)
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As you can see from above, Trump is a divisive figure all over, generally the alt-right love him and everyone else hates him, there isn't a lot of middle ground.
 
You'll find that in most of Europe the majority is firmly against him. The right is bigger in the US than anywhere in Europe, in the UK more than most other EU states too (but even in the UK most would be against Trump).
 
People here who support Trump usually sound like this:

 
But not to worry, we know that most americans didn't vote for Trump. 


Yet more nonsense the only reason you claim that is because he’s kicking **** out of your beloved EU.

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 13:22:59 (permalink)
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This needs to be poll.
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 13:40:16 (permalink)
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This needs to be poll.


I agree, Dictatorship vs Democracy

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 14:43:12 (permalink)
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Sucks to be you then when he gets a second term.

Trump is simply awesome and I respect any American who had the sense to vote for him.


I doubt he will get a second term. Yet, that's what I said about George W Bush as well.
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 14:44:36 (permalink)
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The world could do without people who only look out for the rich and wealthy.
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 14:52:50 (permalink)
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I think he's an absolute moron myself. I've read many transcripts of his interviews & his answers to even simple questions are incoherent & irrelevant jibberish. He hardly ever finishes a complete sentence in interviews. It's not the usual politicians tactic of side-stepping around a question that they don't like & answering the question they'd of rather been asked, it's just jibberish.

But, that's democracy for you. Under the US electoral system, he won the election, no question. Arguing he lacks legitimacy because he didn't win the popular vote is irrelevant IMO.

As for people saying he'd do well over here, don't see it at all myself. I've only ever met two Brits who don't think he's a clown & both are middle-class, middle-aged born-again Evangelicals & unlike in the US, Evangelicals are very thin on the ground here.
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 15:09:28 (permalink)
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When trump was over here recently, all the articles that were published over the internet with comments underneath backing him or going against him had lots of likes comments, and attention either way.

But the backing likes always were in the 1-5k range, where as the going against him likes only seemed to be getting 500 hundred, up to one thousand.

Another thing I noticed with the Trump march in central London, is a high majority were not even English, and another majority just seemed like jobless sheep following the crowd with not much better to do.

The fact that amount of protesters made up around 0.03% of Londoners also says a lot.

Trump would be elected over Theresa May if an election was called tomorrow. London is where most of his hate comes from, and let’s face it isn’t that big in the grand scheme of things.

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 15:10:27 (permalink)
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Uriel
As you can see from above, Trump is a divisive figure all over, generally the alt-right love him and everyone else hates him, there isn't a lot of middle ground.
 
You'll find that in most of Europe the majority is firmly against him. The right is bigger in the US than anywhere in Europe, in the UK more than most other EU states too (but even in the UK most would be against Trump).
 
People here who support Trump usually sound like this:

 
But not to worry, we know that most americans didn't vote for Trump. 


Yet more nonsense the only reason you claim that is because he’s kicking **** out of your beloved EU.

What part of that was nonsense?
 
And for all his power Trump can't do jack **** about the EU lol, I'm very glad he's not my problem.
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 16:08:45 (permalink)
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When trump was over here recently, all the articles that were published over the internet with comments underneath backing him or going against him had lots of likes comments, and attention either way.

But the backing likes always were in the 1-5k range, where as the going against him likes only seemed to be getting 500 hundred, up to one thousand.

Another thing I noticed with the Trump march in central London, is a high majority were not even English, and another majority just seemed like jobless sheep following the crowd with not much better to do.

The fact that amount of protesters made up around 0.03% of Londoners also says a lot.

Trump would be elected over Theresa May if an election was called tomorrow. London is where most of his hate comes from, and let’s face it isn’t that big in the grand scheme of things.

I live in a Northern, industrial, predominantly working-class town that voted overwhelmingly for Leave & where UKIP did very well during their surge. Again, I've met just 2 people who don't think he's a clown. That's in person, as I do not use any social media at all. Some detest his brand of politics & some find him a great source of entertainment, but bar the two Evangelicals, everyone I know personally, from lawyers to factory production line packers, thinks he's an idiot.

As for the majority of the anti-Trump protesters in London not being "English", how can you tell?

Also, what do you mean by "English"? Just that we live in the United Kingdom, which consists of England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland.

Same question again for "jobless sheep". How can you tell?
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 16:19:56 (permalink)
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makaveli1971 1996But the backing likes always were in the 1-5k range, where as the going against him likes only seemed to be getting 500 hundred, up to one thousand.

That's because of the reddit neonazis who have about 50 social media accounts each to spread their hate.
 
Then there's also all those brits logged in from St. Petersburg lol
 
makaveli1971 1996Trump would be elected over Theresa May if an election was called tomorrow. 

Well yeah so would Jeremy Corbyn, your point being?
post edited by Uriel - 2018/07/22 16:26:57
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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 16:30:12 (permalink)
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When trump was over here recently, all the articles that were published over the internet with comments underneath backing him or going against him had lots of likes comments, and attention either way.

But the backing likes always were in the 1-5k range, where as the going against him likes only seemed to be getting 500 hundred, up to one thousand.

Another thing I noticed with the Trump march in central London, is a high majority were not even English, and another majority just seemed like jobless sheep following the crowd with not much better to do.

The fact that amount of protesters made up around 0.03% of Londoners also says a lot.

Trump would be elected over Theresa May if an election was called tomorrow. London is where most of his hate comes from, and let’s face it isn’t that big in the grand scheme of things.

I live in a Northern, industrial, predominantly working-class town that voted overwhelmingly for Leave & where UKIP did very well during their surge. Again, I've met just 2 people who don't think he's a clown. That's in person, as I do not use any social media at all. Some detest his brand of politics & some find him a great source of entertainment, but bar the two Evangelicals, everyone I know personally, from lawyers to factory production line packers, thinks he's an idiot.

As for the majority of the anti-Trump protesters in London not being "English", how can you tell?

Also, what do you mean by "English"? Just that we live in the United Kingdom, which consists of England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland.

Same question again for "jobless sheep". How can you tell?


You tend to get a good example when you had to walk through those crowds 5-6 times during that day.

I just had to laugh at some of their idiocy in all honesty, it’s was the one of the most embarrassing things I’ve ever seen before, and something I was quite frankly proud not to be a part of.

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 16:32:12 (permalink)
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What I’d give to have him in charge of Brexit negotiations. He is taking the eatablishment on head on and they dont know what to do. Mainstream media now has a default position with voters that they are lying so even when Trump is wrong they dont give 2 f**ks.
I love all the outrage being shown because he was nice to Putin. He’s done more for peace than Barry or Hilary did or would have done.

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Re: Trump 2018/07/22 16:39:53 (permalink)
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What I’d give to have him in charge of Brexit negotiations. He is taking the eatablishment on head on and they dont know what to do. Mainstream media now has a default position with voters that they are lying so even when Trump is wrong they dont give 2 f**ks.
I love all the outrage being shown because he was nice to Putin. He’s done more for peace than Barry or Hilary did or would have done.

Of course he's nice to Putin he won him the election. If you don't care about Putin meddling in your country's affairs then he's a great guy.
 
If Trump was in charge of brexit negotiations we would have simply defaulted to the hard brexit with no deal whatsoever after two weeks. He said he would sue the EU lol, every other country would simply dismiss him and any chance of a deal. Which I know is what some people want, thankfully there's not enough of them or we'd be doomed.
 
But hey he'd bring back the coal mines and make Britain great again 
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