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Old 07-17-2018, 09:21 AM  
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WSJ editors furiously blister president for ‘kowtowing to the Kremlin’ in Helsinki for personal profit

In what may be their most critical commentary on the president of Donald Trump, the editors of the deeply conservative Wall Street Journal questioned the loyalty of the president saying he is putting his personal profit and desire for attention before the needs of the country.

Calling it the “Trump First Doctrine,” the editors called the president’s latest overseas trip to meet with NATO leaders and Russian President Vladimir Putin a prelude to a “weak and dangerous place to be.”

The start of the editorial was exceptionally blunt.

“Donald Trump left for Europe a week ago with his reputation enhanced by a strong Supreme Court nomination. He returned Monday with that reputation diminished after a tumultuous week of indulging what amounts to the Trump First Doctrine,” it began.

“Mr. Trump marched through Europe with more swagger than strategy. His diplomacy is personal, rooted in instinct and impulse, and he treats other leaders above all on how much they praise Donald J. Trump,” it continued. “He says what pops into his head to shock but then disavows it if there’s a backlash. He criticizes institutions and policies to grab headlines but then claims victory no matter the outcome.”

“The world hasn’t seen a U.S. President like this in modern times, and as ever in Trump World everyone else will have to adapt. Let’s navigate between the critics who predict the end of world order and the cheerleaders who see only genius, and try to offer a realistic assessment of the fallout from a troubling week,” they wrote before going point by point through Trump’s disastrous European trip.

Addressing Trump’s dismissal of U.S. intelligence agencies accusations that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election while standing next to Putin, the WSJ called it a “kowtow to the Kremlin.”

“The charitable explanation for this kowtow to the Kremlin is that Mr. Trump can’t get past his fury that critics claim his election was tainted by Russian interference. And so he couldn’t resist, in front of the world, going off on a solipsistic ramble about ‘Hillary Clinton’s emails’ and Democratic ‘servers.'” they wrote. “He can’t seem to figure out that the more he indulges his ego in this fashion, and the more he seems to indulge Mr. Putin, the more ammunition he gives to his opponents.”

“For a rare moment in his Presidency, Mr. Trump also projected weakness,” they scolded. “He was the one on stage beseeching Mr. Putin for a better relationship, while the Russian played it cool and matter of fact. Mr. Trump touted their personal rapport, saying the bilateral relationship has never been worse than it is now. However, that changed as of about four hours ago. I really believe that.’ In four hours?”

“By going soft on Mr. Putin, Mr. Trump will paradoxically find it even harder to make deals with the Russian. Republicans and Democrats will unite in Congress, as they should, to limit his diplomatic running room. Mr. Trump may decide to court Mr. Putin anyway, like Barack Obama did Iran’s mullahs, but political isolation concerning a foreign adversary is a weak and dangerous place to be,” they concluded in a final warning.
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Old 07-17-2018, 10:15 AM   #31
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You are a nutter. You should seek help.
In lex’s world flying jumbo jets into skyscrapers, killing thousands is the same thing as hacking into the DNC servers. He’s been unhinged since Killary got schlonged.
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Old 07-17-2018, 10:18 AM   #32
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In lex’s world flying jumbo jets into skyscrapers, killing thousands is the same thing as hacking into the DNC servers. He’s been unhinged since Killary got schlonged.

He is so representative of the fringe left that goes off into fits of crazy over things that they have no understanding of and in most cases are of no consequence. They chase shiny things syndrome.
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He is so representative of the fringe left that goes off into fits of crazy over things that they have no understanding of and in most cases are of no consequence. They chase shiny things syndrome.
I think it’s rather a symptom of watching CNN or PMSNBC. It’s a constant drumbeat on those channels and they whip up these unhinged people into a frenzy.
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Old 07-17-2018, 10:32 AM   #34
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Trump is the alex smith gay cousin of presidencies. No other reason to word it is that they are trumpsexuals.

TRUMP'S FIRST YEAR STATS:

Congressional Research Service:
Federal Government Shutdowns:
Trump: 1
Obama: 1
W. Bush: 0
Clinton: 2
H.W. Bush: 1
Reagan: 8
Carter: 5
Ford: 1
(Trump is the first president to preside over a government shutdown under one party control, this early in a presidency, and on the first anniversary of his inauguration)

NBC's Trump Property Tracker:
In 365 Days:
Days at Golf properties: 94 (26%)
Days at Trump properties: 121 (33%)
Cost to U.S. taxpayer: At least $50m (according to FEMA)
(Trump outpaces Obama in both likely and confirmed golf outings, while also leading every recent president in "vacations" during the first year, costing about half the total of Obama's travel spending all eight years)

Trump Administration Departures:
At least 30 total:
Health and Human Services Secretary
Chief of Staff
Deputy Chief of Staff
Another Deputy Chief of Staff
Director of Public Liaison
Office of Pubic Liaison Communications Director
Press Secretary
Assistant Press Secretary
Communications Director
Another Communications Director
Rapid Response Director
National Security Advisor
Deputy National Security Advisor
Another Deputy National Security Advisor
Advisor to the National Security Council
Director for Intelligence Programs at the National Security Council
Deputy Chief of Staff at the National Security Council
Director of Strategic Planning at the National Security Council
Middle East Advisor at the National Security Council
Chief White House Strategist
National Security Aide
Acting U.S. Attorney General
FBI Director
Dozens of U.S. Attorneys
National Economic Council Deputy Director
Domestic Policy Council Deputy Director
Chief of Staff to the Vice President
Press Secretary to the Vice President
Director of the Office of Government Ethics
Special Advisor to the President on Regulatory Reform
(WSJ: Trump's first-year turnover rate among senior officials was 34%, while Obama's was 9%)

CNN's Trump Nomination Tracker:
Positions for Trump to fill: 4,000+
(1,200+ require Senate confirmation)
Nominations: 502
Confirmations: 300
(Obama: 658 nominations and 452 confirmations)

GovTrack's Signed Bills Tracker:
Trump: 94
Obama: 118
W. Bush: 102
Clinton: 209
H.W. Bush: 242
Reagan: 108
Carter: 241
Nixon: 211
Kennedy: 684
Eisenhower: 514
(Trump has signed the fewest bills into law by this point in any recent president's first year at least as far back as Eisenhower, and despite GOP control of every branch of gov't)

NPR's Trump Law Type Tracker:
Modifies existing program: 37
Repeals rules and regulations: 16
Encourages innovation: 13
Names something/statement: 12
Temporary funding/disaster relief: 7
Personnel related: 6
New Policy: 3
Basic maintenance governing: 2
("This tax bill is a big deal," said John Frendreis, professor of political science at Loyola University Chicago. "But I don't think anybody would regard anything else that has come down the line as a significant legislative achievement.")

WaPo's Trump Promise Tracker:
Promises Kept: 11
Promises Broken: 15
Launched: 16
Stuck: 11
Compromise: 7
Not Yet Rated: 0
(Bloomberg: At least 22 of Trump's 67 deregulatory actions were started under Obama, while other actions had little impact, were part of actions typically taken by the federal government, or have not yet gone into effect)

Economic Scorecard:
Stock Market: Up
GDP Growth: Up
Unemployment: Down
Jobs Gained: Down
Jobs Outsourced: Up
Trade Deficit: Up
Int'l Tourism: Down
Federal Deficit: Up
Innovation Index: Down
Wage Growth: Down
Homelessness: Up
Uninsured Rate: Up
(Dow/S&P in the first 11 months: Obama: +33.2%/+40.7%, Trump: +26.5%/+20.0%; Trump currently trailing Obama on U.S. job creation; Reuters: Only 2% of U.S. adults report bonuses, raises from GOP tax law)

PolitiFact's Trump-O-Meter:
Promises Kept: 9 (8.9%)
Compromise: 6 (5.9%)
Promises Broken: 7 (6.9%)
Stalled: 32 (31.7%)
In The Works: 47 (46.5%)
(Obama kept/compromised over 72% of his campaign promises)

The White House:
Executive Orders signed: 58
(Obama issued an average of 35 EOs per year, the fewest in 120 years)

WaPo's Trump Lie Tracker:
In 355 Days: 2,001 False & Misleading Claims (5.6 Per Day)
(NYT: In his first 10 months, Trump told ~6x as many lies as Obama told during his ENTIRE presidency)

Special Counsel:
Guilty Pleas: 2
Indictments: 4
Counts: 14
(Only Phase 3 of 10; Obama: Zero)

Per CNN's Count:
Russian / Trump associate contacts: 12
Face-to-face meetings/interactions: 19
Communications (meetings, calls, emails, msgs, etc.): 51
(Only during the campaign or transition)

Per WaPo's Count:
Claims of sexual accusations against Trump: At least 13
(Only those that have publicly come forward w/ witnesses)

Days to hit 61% disapproval (Gallup):
Carter: Never
Reagan: Never
H.W. Bush: Never
Clinton: Never
W. Bush: 1,932
Obama: Never
Trump: 207
(Trump's 2017-2018 yearly approval average is not only the lowest for a first-year president, it ranks among the 10 worst for any president in any year since Gallup began regularly measuring job approval in 1945)

Global confidence in Trump (Pew):
Sweden: 10% (-83)
Netherlands: 17% (-75)
Germany: 11% (-75)
South Korea: 17% (-71)
France: 14% (-70)
Spain: 7% (-68)
Canada: 22% (-61)
UK: 22% (-57)
Australia: 29% (-55)
Japan: 24% (-54)
Senegal: 26% (-51)
Brazil: 14% (-49)
Chile: 12% (-48)
Mexico: 5% (-44)
Italy: 25% (-43)
Indonesia: 23% (-41)
Colombia: 15% (-41)
Peru: 17% (-36)
Poland: 23% (-35)
South Africa: 39% (-34)
Turkey: 11% (-34)
Ghana: 49% (-33)
Kenya: 51% (-32)
Hungary: 29% (-29)
Tanzania: 51% (-27)
Argentina: 13% (-27)
Philippines: 69% (-25)
Greece: 19% (-22)
Lebanon: 15% (-21)
India: 40% (-18)
Vietnam: 58% (-13)
Tunisia: 18% (-9)
Venezuela: 20% (-6)
Nigeria: 58% (-5)
Jordan: 9% (-5)
Israel: 56% (+7)
Russia: 53% (+42)
Worldwide: 22% (-42)
(64% expressed confidence in Obama to direct America's role in the world)

Gallup: Global approval of U.S. leadership sank to its lowest point in nearly two decades in 2017, shattering the previous record low of 34% in the last year of Pres. George W. Bush's second term, and more than tripling the number of countries where the majorities disapprove of U.S. leadership.

U.S. News and World Report: The U.S. has dropped to 8th place on the "Best Countries” list due to Trump’s unpopularity, with other countries viewing the U.S. as less progressive/trustworthy and more politically unstable since he took office.

Freedom House: The United States’ political rights rating declined from 1 to 2 due to growing evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 elections, violations of basic ethical standards by the new administration, and a reduction in government transparency.

2018 Presidents and Executive Politics Presidential Greatness Survey: Trump placed last for overall greatness, with Republicans and conservatives ranking him the fifth-worst president.
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Old 07-17-2018, 10:34 AM   #35
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In lex’s world flying jumbo jets into skyscrapers, killing thousands is the same thing as hacking into the DNC servers. He’s been unhinged since Killary got schlonged.
9/11=Spear phishing email

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Old 07-17-2018, 10:37 AM   #36
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It's really like I woke up this morning and not 1 iota of my life changed.

I still have to go to work.
My salary did not change.
My tax rate did not change.
My healthcare did not change.
My car insurance did not change.
Schools are open.
Hospitals are open.
Society is functioning exactly the way it was before Trump's apocalyptic presser.

So it's almost like it's not worth getting all worked up over something that literally had 0 impact on my life and the lives of those around me.

Weird, huh?
Is that the stance you always take or is this a special case?
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Old 07-17-2018, 10:38 AM   #37
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Is that the stance you always take or is this a special case?
It's pete's new defense of Trump. Good, isn't it?
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Old 07-17-2018, 10:42 AM   #38
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Is that the stance you always take or is this a special case?
Dude you reach a point in life where your health isn't worth getting all bent out of shape over something that literally has 0 impact to you. The media and politics are nothing more than entertainment anymore.

Had this had some tangible effect on our daily lives I can see people reacting the way they are. But the general reaction is nothing but an emotional, over-reaction to something that literally won't impact you one way or the other.

I am not defending what Trump said. Just trying to keep some perspective on the matter.
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So, if they were polling better than Trump and the primary goal was to prevent Hillary from becoming POTUS, perhaps it would have been a better strategic decision to nominate someone who actually had a chance of beating her and preventing that than nominating Donald Trump.
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9/11=Spear phishing email

Indeed. Sad to watch this kind of lunacy go on.
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It's pete's new defense of Trump. Good, isn't it?
Better than your sad defense of Hillary
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So, if they were polling better than Trump and the primary goal was to prevent Hillary from becoming POTUS, perhaps it would have been a better strategic decision to nominate someone who actually had a chance of beating her and preventing that than nominating Donald Trump.
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Better than your sad defense of Hillary
Considering I've never done that, no, it really isn't.

It really should give you pause that you've resorted to making things up about me. But I know it won't.
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Considering I've never done that, no, it really isn't.

It really should give you pause that you've resorted to making things up about me. But I know it won't.
You defend what was the status quo...therefore you defend Hillary Clinton
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You defend what was the status quo...therefore you defend Hillary Clinton
That doesn't make any sense at all, which I actually hope you realize and are just being desperate.
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Lex gonna Lex, but the Journal is not wrong. The summit was probably the most shameful moment of his political career to this point.

(excluding things like the access hollywood tape that were from before he was a politician, or at least playing one on TV)
I don't give a shit about the access hollywood tape, how many strippers he banged, or anything of the sort.
I do give a shit about him abdicating the alpha role over Russia.
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I don't give a shit about the access hollywood tape, how many strippers he banged, or anything of the sort.
I do give a shit about him abdicating the alpha role over Russia.
I wouldn't care if he banged his own daughter(consensually of course) as long as he doesn't lead the nation like a dumbass.
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