Trump Presidency and the Consequences

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Old Nov 3, 2017, 6:40pm   #1769
 
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I am the decider!

where we here that before
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Old Nov 5, 2017, 2:55pm   #1770
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Oh perleeeease stop:

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Old Dec 21, 2017, 4:14am   #1771
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USA economy is getting better, stock market at record highs nearly every week, tax reform already working. Since it passed several companies already announced more jobs, investment, higher wages, and bonuses to rank and file employees! Where are the Trump-haters now? The democrats thought they derailed the Trump-train, but instead they are getting run over.

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Old Dec 21, 2017, 10:06am   #1772
 
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USA economy is getting better, stock market at record highs nearly every week, tax reform already working. Since it passed several companies already announced more jobs, investment, higher wages, and bonuses to rank and file employees! Where are the Trump-haters now? The democrats thought they derailed the Trump-train, but instead they are getting run over.

Peter

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........and the $trillions added to the debt? His “Christmas present to the American people” has maxed out his credit cards and then some. Still, what’s national debt - just a figure on a spreadsheet innit
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Old Dec 21, 2017, 2:49pm   #1773
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The national debt has been blown up by previous administrations and nothing to show for it. At least this time the economy is getting a big shot in the arm. The national debt has more to do with borrowing and spending which is not happening here. Citizens will be keeping more of their own money.

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Old Jan 4, 2018, 7:33pm   #1774
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The "Trump Bump" in the equities markets is still going!! DOW nover 25,000. Anyone not making any money and claiming Trump is not doing anything for the economy can go pound sand, get your head out of your @zz, and open a .25% interest deposit account instead.

It's been 1 year and all the haters have been proven wrong. They won't even post here anymore. Sure, there will be a correction at some point but not likely to get back to pre election numbers.

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Old Jan 4, 2018, 7:49pm   #1775
 
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The "Trump Bump" in the equities markets is still going!! DOW nover 25,000. Anyone not making any money and claiming Trump is not doing anything for the economy can go pound sand, get your head out of your @zz, and open a .25% interest deposit account instead.

It's been 1 year and all the haters have been proven wrong. They won't even post here anymore. Sure, there will be a correction at some point but not likely to get back to pre election numbers.

Peter

Hate to brake it to you but I do hope your realise Trump has nothing to do with markets going up none what so ever.

He is a total idiot as said by various and numerous insiders who've had encounters with him.

1. Point the tax cuts was something the Republican Party achieved. They were always for it. Even if another republican came in they would have done it.

2. Dollar falling because US in no way can afford trillions of tax give aways. Also raising markets due to global earnings.


Trump's reign will be seen as the total utter failure for US in long term. Risks arising out of losing international status, losing dollar standard and global power status.

All good imo as the World needs balance not a super power up to its eye balls in wars and destruction.

I believe we have different world views as they like to phrase it. Enjoy the good stuff for now but don't be misled assuming this is Trump. It is simply the republican party politicians giving away what they can't afford and is not theirs but future generations money. Trump factors all negative imo.


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Old Jan 4, 2018, 7:57pm   #1776
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Sorry, I disagree with most of that. Republicans, by themselves, have been incompetent. Trump is the catalyst.

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