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      This election has been very different from previous elections because of the very strong anti-establishment movement. People are rightfully fed up with endless wars, crony capitalism, corruption, bias media, outsourcing of jobs, the raping of the country by the financial sector and associated special interest groups. Sanders and Trump tried to harness this frustration but the establishment countered with dirty tricks as we saw the Democrats resorting to dirty tricks inside their own party to make sure Hillary got the nomination. The establishment in the Republican party AKA Paul Ryan is trying to destroy trump just like the establishment Democrats destroyed Sanders. Now the establishment owned media is trying hard to destroy Trump. The anti-Trump bias is glaringly obvious in the media coverage. Trump clearly won the last debate yet the second it was over every media outlet blasted Trump and said Hillary clearly won the debate. The fact that Sanders endorsed Hillary means he is an accomplice as there is no way a true antiestablishment candidate would back the symbol defining the establishment. Hillary is clearly guilty of numerous crimes for which any one of us would be spending the rest of our lives in jail, but here she is running for president instead. She has formed and supported horrible policies and wars that have brought us a failing economy and the brink of WW3. The corruption of the legal and political systems are in full display in the Hillary campaign yet all you hear about in the media is that Trump stated the obvious, that the system is rigged and he may not recognize the results of a rigged system. I will conclude by saying that I am not fan of Trump and I wonder if he really intended to win this election to begin with. I do want to point out that every level of our society here in USA is so corrupted that a person who should be in jail for numerous crimes against her country and against humanity is being set up to be our next president.
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      Did not think the other shoe would drop but boom there it is with Hillary emails striking again. It seems there is a war inside the FBI between Democrats and Republicans. This election is unlike anything we have seen in the past in many ways. The FBI had already tainted this election with Lynch/Clinton meeting and now comes another bombshell. I am watching the press secretary now facing the press and he seems speechless when faced with the questions from the press. I think this election will win a daytime drama award.
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      This election really was historic. The biggest story is the big FU by the people against the establishment. I doubt even Trump knows what he is going to do next but the message sent by the people was loud and clear! The people are tired of being ignored. I have been lecturing about exactly this issue for many years and I do admit it feels great to be right and to watch people starting to understand what is going on. Trump may have the opportunity to do something great but we will have to wait and see just what he does or does not do. He rode into the white house on a huge wave of frustration, now we will see what he will do. He has no history of service or altruism which is concerning but only time will tell what kind of leader he will be for the USA. I am going to be very cautiously optimistic as I have been fooled by the message of change from politicians before.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Haykakan View Post
      I doubt even Trump knows what he is going to do next ... He has no history of service or altruism which is concerning ... I am going to be very cautiously optimistic as I have been fooled by the message of change from politicians before.
      Agree on your assessment. Change is good, specially the alternative would have been a nightmare. Banking, Wall street and news outlet cabal are already squawking in disarray.
      He is not a conventional Republican with dictated agenda. Let us wait and see.

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      During the election, Wall Street Cabal was trying to scare people showing Dow's future was 600 point down. Today it is almost 200 point up.
      The "CNNs" and its gang of manipulative garbage are all sheepish today. Most likely they are planning what to do next. McCain, the ISIS supporting prick, did not want to even comment on Trump's victory. There is a still a nasty "rightwing" neocon that are worse than the liberals that are out of the door.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Azad View Post
      During the election, Wall Street Cabal was trying to scare people showing Dow's future was 600 point down. Today it is almost 200 point up.
      The "CNNs" and its gang of manipulative garbage are all sheepish today. Most likely they are planning what to do next. McCain, the ISIS supporting prick, did not want to even comment on Trump's victory. There is a still a nasty "rightwing" neocon that are worse than the liberals that are out of the door.
      That is part of why this win by Trump is really monumental. He went against the establishment which had the media, money, celebrities, everything on its side yet he demolished them all. I really do not like some of the people surrounding him like Chris Christie but those people can't make Trump do things he does not want to do. Hillary is surrounded by people like Soros and is just begging for WW3. I would so love to see someone punch Paul Ryan in the face and I cant wait to see him and Trump together after this in your face victory by Trump despite Ryan's backstabbing. I think the margin of victory would have been even greater if that idiot Johnson did not run. The establishment tried everything to stop him yet he still won. This is a very impressive victory!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Haykakan View Post
      That is part of why this win by Trump is really monumental. He went against the establishment which had the media, money, celebrities, everything on its side yet he demolished them all. I really do not like some of the people surrounding him like Chris Christie but those people can't make Trump do things he does not want to do. Hillary is surrounded by people like Soros and is just begging for WW3. I would so love to see someone punch Paul Ryan in the face and I cant wait to see him and Trump together after this in your face victory by Trump despite Ryan's backstabbing. I think the margin of victory would have been even greater if that idiot Johnson did not run. The establishment tried everything to stop him yet he still won. This is a very impressive victory!
      Agree on everything you posted. Christie is out of the picture, Ryan is part of the McCain puppies, the ones with no opinion of their own. They just execute the orders from the NeoCon institutes. Trump will run the country like a private business without having to deal with the board of directors (NeoCons) or stock holders (likes of Christie).

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      Quote Originally Posted by Haykakan View Post
      The establishment tried everything to stop him yet he still won. This is a very impressive victory!
      It was not only the establishment. He was against the world, his own party, almost all the news outlets, the desperate feminazis, Wall Street ... The list goes on, he proved them all wrong.

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      So far he is doing as I expected...taking a much more moderate tone then his campaign suggested. I am not too crazy about some of the names for some of the positions like the head of the EPA etc.. Seeing special interest people being mentioned is not comforting either. None of this is surprising but I am disappointed still as I was hoping for less special interest involvement and realistic environmental policies.
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      Poor Muradyan freaking out about Trumps victory...the poor guy is worried about his foreign funding.
      http://www.groong.org/news/msg589855.html
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      Romney had his second date with Trump last night. Despite all those nasty attacks by Romney on Trump, the latter bought him a nice dinner and may offer him a job. At this point I think Romney owes Trump at least a BJ.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Haykakan View Post
      Romney had his second date with Trump last night. Despite all those nasty attacks by Romney on Trump, the latter bought him a nice dinner and may offer him a job. At this point I think Romney owes Trump at least a BJ.
      I can not stand that back stabbing fake Romney. I am not sure what he owes Trump. All I know when he visits Trump, he has knee pads under his arm while walking in hesitation.

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      Steven Mnuchin the second slime in Trumps cabinet.

      http://www.wsj.com/articles/steven-m...sis-1480547063

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      Watch a message by trump to the American people. In this UTube post his main message was "to make USA great again".
      How sad. The acknowledged leader of the "free" world but no concern expressed for the world at large.
      Petty little man. Vein man. Vein country.
      Let me paraphrase trumps message ... I don't care about you, only me.
      My hopes are bolstered, but I think that's because I'm drinking a couple of beers right now.
      What can I say if to find hope amongst men I have to drink beer? I'll refrain from swearing.
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      Well I was hoping for this.







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      Trump Targets ISIS in New Round of Executive Orders

      WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump acted Saturday to fulfill a key portion of his pledge to "drain the swamp" in Washington, banning administration officials from ever lobbying the U.S. on behalf of a foreign government and imposing a separate five-year ban on other lobbying.
      Administration officials described the bans as historic in scope. But it was not immediately clear how either one would be enforced.
      Trump has said individuals who want to aid him in his quest to "Make America Great Again" should focus on the jobs they will be doing to help the American people, and not thinking about the future income they could rake in by peddling their influence after serving in government.
      "Most of the people standing behind me will not be able to go to work," Trump joked, referring to an array of White House officials lined up behind him as he sat at his desk in the Oval Office. The officials included Vice President Mike Pence, chief of staff Reince Priebus, senior strategist Steve Bannon and counselor Kellyanne Conway. "So you have one last chance to get out."
      Trump said he talked about the ban a lot during the campaign and "we're now putting it into effect."
      In a separate action Saturday, Trump took steps to begin restructuring the White House National Security Council. Aides said the changes would help the council better adapt to cyber, digital, terrorist and other modern-day threats. A third action gives the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the president's top military advisers, 30 days to prepare a plan to defeat the Islamic State group.
      Trump had released the plan for a lobbying ban a few weeks before the November election. It would ban all executive-branch officials from lobbying for five years after leaving their government jobs, and impose a lifetime ban on lobbying for a foreign government — one of several promised policies aimed at curbing the influence of lobbyists.
      Some have argued that the ban could make it difficult for Trump to fill thousands of jobs across the administration, saying some candidates may chafe at being asked to agree to the ban and turn down job offers as a result.
      The phrase "'drain the swamp'" became a staple of the final month of Trump's presidential campaign, with crowds chanting it as loudly as they had been shouting "build the wall" and "lock her up," references to the wall Trump wants built on the U.S.-Mexico border and his defeated opponent, Hillary Clinton, respectively.
      It remained part of Trump's postelection "thank you" tour of states he won, as audiences shouted along when he vowed to curtail corruption in Washington.
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      Associated Press writer Julie Bykowicz contributed to this report.
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