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is trump a good president
Malta Wudestkohm 
2017-12-17 04:38
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Russia Jovik 
He could be if he would do what he promised, currently not.
2017-12-17 04:39
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France Matiyu 
Its not my president idc about him
2017-12-17 04:39
yea but everyone licks america's ballsack so yeah
2017-12-17 04:43
Rightly so too.
2017-12-17 04:57
2017-12-17 06:36
Are you an example?
2017-12-17 06:58
sure
2017-12-17 06:59
he took away net neutrality from NA so yeah. jk na i love you
2017-12-17 05:03
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World Raphe 
beside took us the free net, has he done something wrong? please - just type facts i'm not interested about your opinion or feelings
2017-12-17 05:18
pulled out of paris climate agreement.
2017-12-17 05:22
how this is bad for usa ? does china restrict it ?
2017-12-17 05:24
makes us look bad in front of the world stage. The thing about the paris climate agreement is that none of it is binding, literally all of its rules and actions are voluntary and dont require you to do shit unless you want to. Its more of a human unification symbolic thing.
2017-12-17 05:24
imo that it's not big deal, and there is no consequence of that yet
2017-12-17 05:30
I mean you said yourself you dont care about opinions or feelings but here you are giving your opinion. It made the US look weak and lessened our status in the world. It allowed China to take over the climate change problem and be better than us in that sense. It was a pretty big deal
2017-12-17 05:32
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United States Jkhes 
The Paris climate agreement was totally symbolic, and there is zero consequence for breaking the terms.
2017-12-17 05:34
except it makes us look worse on the world stage.
2017-12-17 05:35
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United States Jkhes 
True, but Trump only pulled out because he felt the terms were unfair towards America, and he want's to appease the America first circle jerk, which I guess I understand, it is what he ran on. I'm not the type to advocate for a one world gov't or open borders, but ignoring geopolitics is stupid, even if you're coming from a purely economic perspective. i.e trump is dumb, but his motivations make sense in that specific instance
2017-12-17 05:38
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United Kingdom dezmondo 
If he actually spoke about it being good for murica then his dumb supporters would get behind it too. instead he opposed it because he is retarded and made himself and the US look bad
2017-12-17 07:07
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United States Jkhes 
Its hard to go from calling climate change a chinesse hoax to joining a climate agreement without sounding like a hypocrite
2017-12-17 14:03
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Sweden THAIBOYDIGITAL 
you're asking if a fucking gameshow host is a good president. the answer is pretty obvious lmfa0
2017-12-17 05:17
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Macedonia AstralisGoat 
Just look at his approval ratings in the United States, lowest of any president ever so I would probably say even Americans think he's shit but that's just facts, he was a funny meme for a while but when he's actually the president people are not really enjoying the moves he makes.
2017-12-17 05:18
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World Raphe 
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2017-12-17 05:19
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Macedonia AstralisGoat 
Yeah he's said and done a lot of dumb shit since taking office you can look it up yourself, the guy that ran for president is not the same guy who is in Office right now which should be expected the whole election is who can lie better and brainwash people more but the type of shit he's said and done compared what he said he was going to do are far far away from each other and people are realizing politics is a load of shit. Party system is there to give you the illusion you actually have a choice, doesn't matter who is in office, they follow the same agenda, they do as their told, or they get the JFK treatment, doesn't matter which name is representing the white house they are all the same and all political groups run the election with different lies but all do the same in office, they just continue what the last president was doing even if he/she represents a different party and add some more stupid shit on top of that.
2017-12-17 05:24
i dont see any fact here
2017-12-17 05:26
Hmm let's see >Promised not to cut Medicaid and Medicare when cutting taxes >Cut subsidies for EV's like Tesla, but increased subsidies for Ford and other fuel based cars >Used a tax reform bill to sabotage Obamacare after congress(both republican and democrat) voted against shutting it down. This was an underhanded move regardless of whether you care about Obamacare or not. >Tweets more than a millennial on the job >Cut funding to EPA (already mentioned here) >Increased funding for oil pipelines >Costed thousands of jobs in the renewable energy industry by removing tax credits that >encouraged renewable energy purchases llowing coal companies to pollute waterways >Supporting a disastrous healthcare bill that would have nearly doubled the number of uninsured and raised costs of healthcare for "high risk pools" such as the elderly to staggering new highs > Passing a bill with less than 10% of American support which signed away our internet privacy rights to third parties > Appointing corrupt billionaires and/or oligarchs to nearly every cabinet position which are almost uniformly opposed to whatever position they were appointed to, and hence will work to undermine said positions in any way they can (such as with Sec. of Energy, Sec. of HHS, and Sec. of Education) > Putting nearly a dozen recent or former Goldman Sachs figures including the former CEO into just about any financial position possible even though the Goldman Sachs business model was literally fraud and played a major role in the Great Recession >Making special deals with companies like Carrier which not only hardly save any jobs in the short run, but also allow them to use their massive tax cuts to invest into automation which will result in more job losses > Pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, signifying our new leadership's wholesale denial of scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change (compounded by his fervent support of "bringing back coal jobs" and deregulating major polluting industries) > Appointing several family members or friends of family members with little or no experience to various positions in the White House, blatantly violating nepotism laws > Supporting Saudi Arabia despite them being the primary exporter of terrorism (if you don't include the US, and to be fair so did Obama and many other presidents before him) >Massively cutting just about any government program that assists those who cannot survive on the current minimum wage or are otherwise downtrodden > Cutting taxes for the ultra-wealthy and corporations by staggering amounts (via the tax plan proposed by Goldman Sachs figureheads), further shifting the burden of taxes onto the middle class and poor > Enforcing the ban on immigration from several majority Muslim countries on the pretense of "keeping America safe" despite the fact that none of the countries on the list are the primary exporters of terrorism > Diverting around $100,000 in donations meant for a children's cancer hospital to Trump and his family > Completely changing his position on big pharma after spending a few minutes with some big pharma CEOs in a backroom meeting > Escalating the frequency of drone strike campaigns by over 400% > Pushing for escalation of the drug war > Hypocritically pushing the "Made in America" ideology despite having outsourced many of his own businesses to countries like China, Turkey, and Mexico >Net Neutrality? He's also a pathological liar > youtube.com/watch?v=3MThp4T4k6E He offended publicly a lot of people before, denigrated women and has a racist past, as well as lying about his wealth all the time, once he even extrapolated claiming he has 10 billion dollars, some even argue if he is even a billionaire. But his foreign investments are good, and the gdp increased by 3% during his first mandate, so that's good. He is not doing a bad job economically as of right now, but it's still too early to say anything.
2017-12-17 06:50
He has yet to do a single positive thing to benefit the common American person So no
2017-12-17 05:26
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Argentina roulettesoad 
No after net neutrality stuff
2017-12-17 06:43
No. He doesnt know what he is doing. Just says yes to everything.
2017-12-17 14:06
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