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By Larry W. Gray Trump is delusional....and so are his supporters.
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By Bud Green No doubt Larry!
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By James Warren voter fraud such as illegals and people with no ID needs stopped on both sides if you dont think it should be fair you need a V8.........crooked is the only chance demorats has anymore. if illegals dont elect them they are finished...and they know it. Americans has had it with their lies. if making it fair suppresses votes ..so be it. this is America and Americans should elect the president not criminals and illegals...........
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By Larry W. Gray Your "evidence" is sadly pathetic. Simply provide actual evidence that there was massive voter fraud in the 2016 election? Clue: You can't, because there wasn't any. The state investigations proved it. But facts don't matter to Trumpbots. You should stop listening to idiots like Donald Trump.
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By Larry W. Gray But I certainly won't hold my breath waiting for your "evidence."
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By Bud Green James, you are just as delusional as Trump and his voters. Why don't you just go and kick pebbles.
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By James Warren Trump is president...maybe you and clinton needs to kick pebbles..............
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By Larry W. Gray Yeah, he's president.......for now, anyway.
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By Kevin Basner I've had it with YOUR LIES, James and the lies of Ronald Nixon and other Trump supporters who use TOK to express their BSery...
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By William Dykeman there is absolutely zero evidence of voter fraud.. sure like to see it.. can you produce any? hm waiting waiting.. hm so YOU CANT! can you@!
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By William Dykeman President Trump recently revived his false claim of widespread voter fraud in the 2016 election, and called for an investigation into the issue. Claims of election “rigging” and fraudulent voting have been debunked in study after study. Elected officials, election administrators, experts, and leaders from across the political spectrum have spoken out against these untrue allegations.

SINCE PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS REVIVED HIS FALSE CLAIMS OF WIDESPREAD VOTER FRAUD AND CALLED FOR AN INVESTIGATION, FELLOW REPUBLICANS ARE AMONG THOSE REFUTING THIS ALLEGATION:

Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), in response to Trump’s claims that millions of individuals illegally voted, said: “I’ve seen no evidence to that effect. I’ve made that very, very clear...”

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said: “… I am begging the president, share with us the information you have about this or please stop saying it… As a matter of fact, I’d like you do more than stop saying it, I’d like you to come forward and say, ‘Having looked at it, I am confident the election was fair and accurate and people who voted voted legally.’ Cause if he doesn’t do that, this is going to undermine his ability to govern this country.” He added: “I would urge the president to knock this off; this is the greatest democracy on earth, we’re the leader of the free world, and people are going to start doubting you as a person if you keep making accusations against our electoral system without justification...”

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By William Dykeman https://www.brennancenter.org/quotes-on-voter-fraud
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By James Warren whats wrong Kev are we messing up neon lies with the truth and the strain is just to bad?? truth hurts some...............
they dont like me over here...i tell the truth way too much..............
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By Larry W. Gray "Lies?" From a guy who supports the biggest liar to ever infest the White House? LOL!!!!!!!!!
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By James Warren Larry if you like your dr you can keep him......just dont destroy any emails or run through any sniper fire in high heels.......and whatever you do dont go buy the lying hillary doll..............please
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By William Dykeman do you make that rubbish up or did you hear it on fox news or briebart, you remind me of school yard bullies i knew in junior high, ah but then i put on 50 pounds and 6 inches and brought a baseball bat to school one day.. sure i got in trouble and my parents had to send me to that psychotherapist for years.. but i got some good meds and finally got respect on the playground.. your a big mean stupid kid james.. you lack logic or facts so you make nasty comments. .. how about you meet me at the playground after school on friday and settle this once and for all.. ? Plenty of countries get healthcare right.

http://archive.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2009/07/05/healthy_examples_plenty_of_countries_get_healthcare_right/

Trump lies more often than Clinton. But Americans think she’s more dishonest. Here’s why.

linton’s deceptions tend to be defensive — her reputation is under attack and she’s trying to save face. As determined by PolitiFact, a political fact-checking service, her false statements often come in response to scandals and allegations against her. For instance, with regard to her private email server, she has said she “never received nor sent any material that was marked as classified” and that the server “was allowed” at the time. Both proved false.

Trump’s deceptions, by contrast, are more on the offensive, more self-promotional. He exaggerates his successes in the business world. He called his book "The Art of the Deal" the “best-selling business book of all time.” It’s not, according to PolitiFact.

That distinction between Clinton and Trump — offensive vs. defensive — has major implications for whether people view their lies as “legitimate” and morally acceptable, according to Matthew Gingo, a psychology professor at Wheaton College.

“Me lying to get myself out of trouble is not nearly as bad as me lying to get someone else in trouble,” Gingo said. “People view defense as more legitimate, such as physical self-defense.”

This has long been the consensus of psychological research. A 2007 study presented scenarios where people lied with varying motivations and interviewed people about how “acceptable” each lie was. They found self-protective lies (think Clinton) to be more acceptable than self-promotional lies (think Trump on his business record), which are more acceptable than self-promotional lies that harm others (think Donald Trump on Mexicans). A similar 1997 study of women found the same result, as did a 1986 study.

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By William Dykeman So even though research tells us that people should be much more put off by Trump’s deceptions than Clinton’s, her apparent motivation to be believed lessens that disparity.

Regardless of what the public perception is, experts see Trump as taking common political deception to another level. “I’ve studied many people who don’t want to tell the whole truth,” Bella DePaulo, a project scientist specializing in psychology at the University of California at Santa Barbara, wrote in an email. “But they don’t want to tell outright lies, either. So they will do things they can defend as truthful.” Such as telling your friend who acted in an insufferable play that you thought his costume was well constructed.

But Trump is another story — or rather, tells other stories. “He is unapologetic about saying things that are completely and verifiably untrue,” DePaulo said. Experts find Clinton’s lying habits to be more “normal” among politicians in this respect.

“I think Trump is borderline pathological,” Serota said. “But the only person that would know that for sure is his psychologist.”
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By Larry W. Gray "I'm going to build the wall and make Mexico pay for it." "I'm going to put "Crooked Hillary" in jail." I'm going to repeal and replace Obamacare." "I won't have time to play golf, I will be too busy in the White House "making deals, that's what I do." I am going to deport 11 million illegal aliens." Etc.
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By Larry W. Gray And, funny you mention "high heels." Melania Trump went with her husband to visit the Hurricane Harvey disaster wearing 6 inch stilettos when they left the White House. She can't figure out how to make an impression that she is there to help, and not just walk the runway as the fashion model she never stopped being. And her "FLOTUS" hat was as tacky as the Trump merchandising hat her useless, waste of space husband was wearing. Even during a time of national disaster, the Trump merchandising machine goes on, with free advertising as the so-called president.
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By James Warren Larry when they left the weather was fine for her shoes.....she put on sneakers when she got there...notice? and you missing my point.....clinton running through sniper fire was a LIE !!! see my point.
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By Larry W. Gray It doesn't MATTER what the weather was like, it was an inappropriate display by the so-called "first lady" on her way to a disaster scene. You don't wear 6 inch stilettos to view a natural disaster that killed Americans. Trump shouldn't have been wearing the same hat he sells in his "store" for $40. It's pathetic, and his loyal followers continue to praise him to the heavens. And why do you need to say anything about Clinton? She was mentioned nowhere in my post. Just another example of how Trump fans, unable to show that their leader is anything but a ignorant, self-absorbed, misogynistic, narcissistic con man, simply shift the focus and bring up things about ANYONE BUT TRUMP.
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By James Warren i saw it with my eyes and know it to be fact or i dont spew it. and you remind me of the kid in school that had to be first in lunch line Will . i can prove anything i say cowboy...i dont fly black helicopters ..............
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By Larry W. Gray Well, James, why don't you simply "prove" what major promises and accomplishments that Trump has promised or made?
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By William Dykeman LOL you are so full of sh&* you arent even a good liar
liar liar pants on fire, blind men cant see anything
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By James Warren Larry have you checked the unemployment rate? food stamp rate ? since D man has been president? the wall is coming and so many more things. days of signing a X and getting a check is about to be over. toooooo many people were getting a check from the government that never paid a dime in . that is what is wrong with some. their free money has been cut off and after hussein they 30 years old and know nothing......but flip a burger and ding.
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By Larry W. Gray "The wall is coming." Let me know when it gets here, and also, send me a copy of the check that Mexico sent to pay for it. "And so many more things." Name FIVE ACTUAL PROMISES "D man" has accomplished. Show me the proof that the "free money" and "food stamps" have been "cut off." You have shown me nothing but empty boasts and hollow promises from your leader. I am asking for concrete PROOF of all these "things" that you say "D man" has accomplished. All I got was a rehash of Trump's standard stump speech that you fools actually believed. How does it feel to be conned by the biggest con man in the country?
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By James Warren better get on the train Larry.........standing room only. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN
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By Larry W. Gray That's typical of you. After all your bluster and blather, you can't answer the questions, because Trump is a lying pos and you are an apologist for him. The only thing I don't really understand is why you support someone so incompetent and unsuited to be President of the United States of America, that you can't even list 5 of his "promises made...promises kept?" "The wall is coming and so many more things." And THIS is your idea of a great President? America was Great before Trump was elected, and she will be Great after he leaves, though diminished in the respect of countries around the world, who cannot believe that the President of the United States is so incompetent as to be embarrassing to the U.S.A. He appoints a climate change denier as Administrator of the EPA. He appoints truck drivers and landscapers as highly paid employees of the Department of Agriculture, though neither one has any experience in agriculture, he appointed them because they are personally loyal to Trump, NOT to their COUNTRY. Russian contacts by Donald Trump Jr., Attorny General Jeff Sessions, son-in-law, Jared Kushner (who wanted to establish a "hidden channel of communication with the Russians, using Russian diplomatic channels, to escape detection by U.S. Intelligence Services, Michael Flynn, his former National Security Advisor, who lied about meetings with the Russians, and got booted (though his buddy Trump wants him back!), former Campaign Manager Paul Manafort. At what point does your inadequate brain start to see a connection between all these people and Russian government officials, including their own Ambassador? I am sick of Trumpbots like you trying to cover for Trump, simply ignoring the glaring truths about Trump and Co., while pointing fingers at Hillary Clinton to take the glare off of Trump. But Trump is President, not Hillary, he is responsible for what he and his administration do, not Hillary Clinton. I am done discussing this topic with you, I give you facts, and you answer with idiotic generalities that have no resemblance to the truth about Trump. You can't name 5 accomplishments he promised; the wall, repeal and replace Obamacare (he said he would do that on DAY ONE of his Presidency), etc. Good luck with Trump. He and his admirers are going to be pictured in a very unflattering light in the history books. And that even supposes that he finishes his first term in office, which I doubt, when Robert Mueller releases the findings of his investigation (In Trumpese it's "Witch Hunt!) Money laundering, corruption, bribery, and the big one, obstruction of justice. I can't wait for it all to come out in public! It's gonna be more of a circus than the O.J. trial! YIPPEE!!!!!!!
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