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Oct 8 - Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump: ‘Don’t Tempt Me’ to Run for President Again


 


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 6 days ago '14        #26
rashadd 
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" Hilary losing to trump was the equivalent of the quterback of the other team throwing 6 interceptions but somehow still finds a way to win"

~Bill Burr


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 6 days ago '19        #27
925  4 heat pts4
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 yolaboy said
don't believe the hype, his support is increasing, it's just not being observed and reported accurately

the people who think Trump is an amazing human being have too much to lose with him losing

i recently watched Jeff Dunham's new special on Netflix, at one point he says "some people think Donald Trump is the greatest president our country has ever seen", the place erupted into a load roar

now, he didn't say Trump was a good president or was being unfairly attacked or was doing the best he could, he said GOAT president and the whole arena when nuts, i understand he was in TX and Dunham appeals to uptight conservatives, but there is a lot of energy behind Trump

as of right now, Trump is a lock, popular voter 3M+, electoral 320+, House flips back to red and Senate stays red and then RBG dies in Trump's 5th year
Sounds great but naw... Unfortunately Trump doesn't have a chance at relection.

You have to ask how many Hillary supporters are going to switch to Trump in key states. Probably next to zero. Now ask how many Trump voters are going to sit out or switch up. Not much but probably more than Hillary to Trump.

The real key though is the demographic change. More young voters and those that sat out last year are going against Trump. For no other reason than people are just sick of the divisiveness (although much of it propaganda).

Think your confusing Trump's core supporters becoming more vocal with overall support. His support amongst his voters is solidified but that's not what's going to decide the election. Trump won by a narrow margin of error. He will probably turn out close to what he did last time it just won't be enough because the Democrats only need a few pole sitters.

 6 days ago '10        #28
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 TrillPeez said
Please for the love of God don't
this!!!!

 6 days ago '17        #29
Ymmot  24 heat pts24
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Hilarious. She been trolling him for 2.5 years now. Anyone who thinks she's actually gonna run again is an idiot.

 6 days ago '17        #30
Ymmot  24 heat pts24
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 925 said
Sounds great but naw... Unfortunately Trump doesn't have a chance at relection.

You have to ask how many Hillary supporters are going to switch to Trump in key states. Probably next to zero. Now ask how many Trump voters are going to sit out or switch up. Not much but probably more than Hillary to Trump.

The real key though is the demographic change. More young voters and those that sat out last year are going against Trump. For no other reason than people are just sick of the divisiveness (although much of it propaganda).

Think your confusing Trump's core supporters becoming more vocal with overall support. His support amongst his voters is solidified but that's not what's going to decide the election. Trump won by a narrow margin of error. He will probably turn out close to what he did last time it just won't be enough because the Democrats only need a few pole sitters.
The thing is almost everything trump is actually doing is going to be horrible for future generations and for the middle class/working class and for jobs in the future. If you pay attention to who is in his cabinet and what they're pushing it's very clear they are trying to create a true ruling class elite of billionaires and multimillionaires. Trump has spelled it out several times but everyone would rather pay attention to all the lies he's telling because they're funny/shocking/entertaining/ridiculous. Entertainment rules in America, not policy.

 6 days ago '17        #31
Ymmot  24 heat pts24
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 rashadd said
" Hilary losing to trump was the equivalent of the quterback of the other team throwing 6 interceptions but somehow still finds a way to win"

~Bill Burr


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It really might have been the best outcome for her.

 6 days ago '07        #32
yolaboy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 925 said
Sounds great but naw... Unfortunately Trump doesn't have a chance at relection.
this is the same thinking that paved the way for his first victory

the same rhetoric that preceded W's win in 2004

he not only has a chance, he has a probability

 925 said
Trump won by a narrow margin of error. He will probably turn out close to what he did last time it just won't be enough because the Democrats only need a few pole sitters.
true, Trump stumbled into victory the first time, but this time he's proven himself to evangelicals, wealth addicts, law enforcement and white nationalists, they are about to flex, there is too much at stake for these people

everyone keeps forgetting about those tax cuts, that was a down payment for 2020, he's going to be working with a sizeable war chest, Trump hasn't stopped campaigning since 2015, Dems haven't even settled on a candidate and are too scared to adopt progressive ideas

Trump has been in control since day one
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 6 days ago '19        #33
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 yolaboy said
this is the same thinking that paved the way for his first victory

the same rhetoric that preceded W's win in 2004

he not only has a chance, he has a probability


true, Trump stumbled into victory the first time, but this time he's proven himself to evangelicals, wealth addicts, law enforcement and white nationalists, they are about to flex, there is too much at stake for these people

everyone keeps forgetting about those tax cuts, that was a down payment for 2020, he's going to be working with a sizeable war chest, Trump hasn't stopped campaigning since 2015, Dems haven't even settled on a candidate and are too scared to adopt progressive ideas

Trump has been in control since day one
Your points are valid I just disagree. The people he is igniting already showed out last election. He turned out his voters Hillary didn't. There was way more potential here for the Democrats last election and the demographs have only changed in their favor. Of course the Democrats could easily blow it, because after all look at how those morons been operating since 2016.

If this was 1996 yeah Trump in a one of the biggest landslides in history. Unfortunately it's not an the demographic switch is only worsening imo in the next 20 years we will be a socialist country.
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 6 days ago '19        #34
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 Ymmot said
The thing is almost everything trump is actually doing is going to be horrible for future generations and for the middle class/working class and for jobs in the future. If you pay attention to who is in his cabinet and what they're pushing it's very clear they are trying to create a true ruling class elite of billionaires and multimillionaires. Trump has spelled it out several times but everyone would rather pay attention to all the lies he's telling because they're funny/shocking/entertaining/ridiculous. Entertainment rules in America, not policy.
America is fu*ked no matter who wins. No one man, or woman, can turn this ship around. There would need to be major technical or industrial breakthroughs. With a fat lazy populace addicted to Kardashians Twitter feed that's not happening.

We are just an empire in decline. Had a great run but it's over. Only thing left to argue over is how they cut up the carcass.
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 6 days ago '19        #35
Rocko 
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This bi*ch serious

 6 days ago '18        #36
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No. No. No. No. and fu*k NO!

What part she didn't get that America does not want her as president? Yeah, she won the popular vote. But where it matters to win, they hate her and they still hate her, so her running will ONLY hand that clown the re-election he's desperately seeking.

NOOOOOO! fu*k no! I mean, even within our party she's detest, so again I hope she NEVER does again!

 6 days ago '07        #37
yolaboy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 925 said
The people he is igniting already showed out last election. He turned out his voters Hillary didn't.
the people he ignited smelled food and ran into the building on faith

now everyone knows the food is good

look at all the republicans who opposed Trump in 2016



how many of these people are vocally critical today?

remember the Never Trump coalition?

Glen Beck, Lindsey Graham, Erick Erickson and many others signed a letter condemning Trump



at least half of them now fiercely defend Trump, James Jeffrey works for Trump now, the guy who wrote the National Review "Never Trump" article deeply regrets writing and publishing it



if that's happening at the leadership level, just imagine how that affects the voter level

now mix in HUNDREDS of millions of dollars, decades of gerrymandering, rampant unchecked voter suppression and blatant fearmongering

sprinkle a potential supreme court vacancy and whatever crisis Fox News fabricates to get people scared

Democrats need a miracle

 6 days ago '07        #38
yolaboy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 6 days ago '17        #39
Ymmot  24 heat pts24
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 925 said
America is fu*ked no matter who wins. No one man, or woman, can turn this ship around. There would need to be major technical or industrial breakthroughs. With a fat lazy populace addicted to Kardashians Twitter feed that's not happening.

We are just an empire in decline. Had a great run but it's over. Only thing left to argue over is how they cut up the carcass.
Not true at all. Trump very easily could have been a good President. He just came in and did some of the stupidest things possible, backed out of a bunch of deals without negotiating sh*t, gave the 1% a good part of our paychecks. If we can get someone like Liz Warren, who is a true capitalist, but also forward-thinking we could easily get on the right track. Something like AOC's outline for a green new deal or a big infrastructure bill would create tons of jobs and spark the economy. The best trump could do was lie about a non-existent infrastructure plan and increase the debt.

 6 days ago '19        #40
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Irrespective of what she wrote in that tweet, Hillary was responding to this comment by the President.
 Donald Trump, on October 8, 2019 said
I think that Crooked Hillary Clinton should enter the race to try and steal it away from Uber Left Elizabeth Warren. Only one condition. The Crooked one must explain all of her high crimes and misdemeanors including how & why she deleted 33,000 Emails AFTER getting “C” Subpoena!
Why in the fu*k is she still on his mind?

October 8, 2016 (three years ago), Hurricane Matthew had just hit Florida (on the 7th) and in the aftermath of that, I finally heard the news of the "Access Hollywood" tape. if Hillary had posted a tweet about the events of three years ago, people would be roasting her right now. But Trump (who should have much, much, MUCH more important things to be worrying about decides that he wants to rehash the 2016 elections and "Hillary's e:mails" and people push past that to her response.

Why hasn't he let this go? Was George H.W. Bush still taking shots at Michael Dukakis in late 1991? Was Bill Clinton attacking H.W. Bush in October of 1995? How much was Obama talking about John McCain in October, 2011?

No.
No.
Not at all.

Trump is going to fire up his supporter by running against the corpse of Hillary's political career. Those folks are just as crazy as he is.
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