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But President Trump had a lot else on his mind, turning the closed-door discussion into soliloquies on his prowess in negotiating airplane deals, his popularity, the effectiveness of his political endorsements, the Republican Party’s fortunes, the vagaries of Defense Department purchasing guidelines, his dislike of magnetized launch equipment on aircraft carriers, his unending love of coal and his breezy optimism about his planned Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Some of the subjects may differ, but I suspect this is a preview of the NK summit discussions.

This is why he feels he doesn't need to prepare.. each sentence that spews forth from his lips is more awesome than the last.


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tek wrote: Fri Jun 08, 2018 5:34 am
But President Trump had a lot else on his mind, turning the closed-door discussion into soliloquies on his prowess in negotiating airplane deals, his popularity, the effectiveness of his political endorsements, the Republican Party’s fortunes, the vagaries of Defense Department purchasing guidelines, his dislike of magnetized launch equipment on aircraft carriers, his unending love of coal and his breezy optimism about his planned Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Some of the subjects may differ, but I suspect this is a preview of the NK summit discussions.

This is why he feels he doesn't need to prepare.. each sentence that spews forth from his lips is more awesome than the last.
I am waiting that he mentions his Electoral Collge numbers when in conversation with Kim. Will make him the bigliest dictator forevaah :doh: :lol:


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" Senile" is a good explanation for both Donald and Rudy. Trump is acting on old and incorrect impressions. There is no policy; there is only fear and hate.

In a properly functioning democracy the Congress would have acted. McConnell has made that impossible.


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He's not even trying to hide it anymore.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/08/politics ... %3A55%3A42
Trump says Russia should be reinstated in group of leading industrialized nations

President Donald Trump said Friday that Russia should be reinstated to a leading group of industrialized nations ahead of his visit to the G7 summit this weekend.

"Russia should be in this meeting," Trump told reporters upon leaving the White House for the summit, which is being held in Charlevoix, Canada. "They should let Russia come back in, because we should have Russia at the negotiating table."
Russia was suspended from the group -- then known as the G8 -- in 2014 after the majority of member countries allied against Russia's annexation of Crimea, which Russia continues to hold.


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Slim Cognito wrote: Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:04 am He's not even trying to hide it anymore.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/08/politics ... %3A55%3A42
Trump says Russia should be reinstated in group of leading industrialized nations

President Donald Trump said Friday that Russia should be reinstated to a leading group of industrialized nations ahead of his visit to the G7 summit this weekend.

"Russia should be in this meeting," Trump told reporters upon leaving the White House for the summit, which is being held in Charlevoix, Canada. "They should let Russia come back in, because we should have Russia at the negotiating table."
Russia was suspended from the group -- then known as the G8 -- in 2014 after the majority of member countries allied against Russia's annexation of Crimea, which Russia continues to hold.
Russia already has a seat at the G7 - Trump's (which he is only using half time, anyway)


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RTH10260 wrote: Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:06 am
tek wrote: Fri Jun 08, 2018 5:34 am
But President Trump had a lot else on his mind, turning the closed-door discussion into soliloquies on his prowess in negotiating airplane deals, his popularity, the effectiveness of his political endorsements, the Republican Party’s fortunes, the vagaries of Defense Department purchasing guidelines, his dislike of magnetized launch equipment on aircraft carriers, his unending love of coal and his breezy optimism about his planned Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Some of the subjects may differ, but I suspect this is a preview of the NK summit discussions.

This is why he feels he doesn't need to prepare.. each sentence that spews forth from his lips is more awesome than the last.
I am waiting that he mentions his Electoral Collge numbers when in conversation with Kim. Will make him the bigliest dictator forevaah :doh: :lol:
Kim has him beat there, with over 99% turnout and 100% of the vote.


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Do we need a new thread for his recent overseas adventure? He's ramping up here.

This is a wild exchange between Trump and a CNN reporter (who Trump repeatedly calls 'fake news'). Trump says his relationship with the G7 leaders is great—despite talk of a G6+1. (via CBS)


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I am so tired of his lying bullshit.


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TexasFilly wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 12:26 pm I am so tired of his lying bullshit.
:yeah:


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I'm sick of people buying into and otherwise enabling his bullshit. Like, for example Republicans in Congress.


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Hektor wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 12:38 pm I'm sick of people buying into and otherwise enabling his bullshit. Like, for example Republicans in Congress.
:yeah: x 1,000,000


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Hektor wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 12:38 pm I'm sick of people buying into and otherwise enabling his bullshit. Like, for example Republicans in Congress.
I'm just sick of seeing that face and hearing his voice the first thing on the morning news. A few repubs verbally disagree with him, but sit on their hands and do nothing.

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:yeah: to all of the above. Sick of Trump, sick of pubs in Congress, sick of ignorant voters, sick of the right wing propaganda media machine. Trump is a stain that will take a generation or more to clean up after. Particularly once he stuffs the federal courts with the kind of judges he has in mind.


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Some shots to contrast with the shots above.

Eyes as empty as his bank account. He does look like he is trying not to grin, however. Note Bolton looking outraged and everyones eyes are on the Woman.

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This is after Macron's Handshake.

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Posed shot of "hard Negotiations." Which one understands what is going on?

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RVInit wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:05 pm :yeah: to all of the above. Sick of Trump, sick of pubs in Congress, sick of ignorant voters, sick of the right wing propaganda media machine. Trump is a stain that will take a generation or more to clean up after. Particularly once he stuffs the federal courts with the kind of judges he has in mind.
Actually I don't think Trump is smart enough to have any kind of judges in his mind. the people that have latched on to him, do, however.


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Yeah its McConnell that's stuffing the Judge Benches. Trump couldn't care less.


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Suranis wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:13 pm

This is after Macron's Handshake.

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Nice!

I see he's still wearing the "45" shirts. :roll:


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Yeah, you guys are very likely absolutely right about that. Thanks for the correction.


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Chilidog wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:17 pm
Suranis wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:13 pm

This is after Macron's Handshake.

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Nice!

I see he's still wearing the "45" shirts. :roll:
Yeah, that's the reason I quit calling him "45." It took a while to find something else, but I finally decided I like twitler. It seems to capture two thoroughly irritating sides of him.


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Another conference impression. Trump arriving late to the Gender equality session. Everyone started without him. The woman is Christine Lagarde, IMF boss. Look at the expressions...

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I think Trump was trying some of his "Art of the Deal" shit by turning up late so that the conference would start late and everyone would be unsettled and he would get his own way and, I know this will be shocking, but it didn't work.

If he was ticked of by Mays "school mistress" delivery, he got the school headmistress experience straight in the face.


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AndyinPA wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 2:58 pm
Chilidog wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:17 pm
Suranis wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:13 pm

This is after Macron's Handshake.

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Nice!

I see he's still wearing the "45" shirts. :roll:
Yeah, that's the reason I quit calling him "45." It took a while to find something else, but I finally decided I like twitler. It seems to capture two thoroughly irritating sides of him.
I personally like "Commander in Cheese".


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dcsalmon wrote: Sat Jun 09, 2018 6:24 pm
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I personally like "Commander in Cheese".
suggested reading / viewing: http://thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.ph ... 70#p997070


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:nope: Fox sez Trump brilliantly put the G7 elites in their place. They couldn't even coherently reply to his brilliant statements.

Steve Hilton: Trump’s criticism of G-7 is ‘unprecedented’ scream the elite -- That’s the whole point of Trump!

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/06/ ... p.amp.html
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As to the photos of his late arrival: PIG. :sick:


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This is him as he was sitting down. Whatever Lagarde said to him, it wiped the smile off his face.



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