Trump Presidency and the Consequences

Atilla

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#48
She is either being extraordinarily tactful or she's way out her depth. I know you have crazy people in the UK, so it can't be unfamiliarity with the phenomenon.

I'm kinda excited about it all.

As long as US complies with our higher UK food standards I'm happy to go with free trade. Free movement of goods, services, capital and labour.

Yeah baby :clap::clap::clap::clap:
 

dbphoenix

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#49
I'm kinda excited about it all.

As long as US complies with our higher UK food standards I'm happy to go with free trade. Free movement of goods, services, capital and labour.
All of which Trump is against.

At least for the next five minutes.
 

Pat494

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He must be quite a shock to the 21st century liberated woman.
Men are getting their trousers back it seems.
The female of the species has had a good run in recent years but has not been completely dominant fortunately.
Maybe they will turn in on their own after 2 children and live together.
 

dbphoenix

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He must be quite a shock to the 21st century liberated woman.
Men are getting their trousers back it seems.
The female of the species has had a good run in recent years but has not been completely dominant fortunately.
Maybe they will turn in on their own after 2 children and live together.
Are you serious?
 

Mr. Charts

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#55
Not so sure praise for Trump for doing what he promised is so laudable. After all, Mussolini made the trains run on time - and Hitler kept his "promises/threats" in Mein Kampf .