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Tue Jan 17, 2017, 08:07 PM

IMO, I still believe he will be ready to quit on April first and blame it on

the GOP Congress.

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Reply IMO, I still believe he will be ready to quit on April first and blame it on (Original post)
CK_John Jan 2017 OP
Turbineguy Jan 2017 #1
Squinch Jan 2017 #2
DK504 Jan 2017 #3
NanceGreggs Jan 2017 #4
mnhtnbb Jan 2017 #6
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Response to CK_John (Original post)

Tue Jan 17, 2017, 08:13 PM

1. That would make sense.

Trump knows more about economics then the standard GOP edition.

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Response to CK_John (Original post)

Tue Jan 17, 2017, 08:22 PM

2. Your mouth to God's ears.

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Response to CK_John (Original post)

Tue Jan 17, 2017, 08:24 PM

3. Yes please.

I agree he will probably out by the beginning of summer, I think it may be from his refusal to follow the Constitution. But that's just me.

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Response to CK_John (Original post)

Tue Jan 17, 2017, 08:48 PM

4. And the No. 1 REAL reason for quitting ...

... will be that his ego can't handle the ridicule.

We've seen him go ballistic over Baldwin and Streep. He ain't seen nuthin' yet.

Imagine what it will be like when he is the butt of every late-night show monologue, every political cartoonist, every stand-up comic - here and around the world. Add in the non-stop criticism from political analysts, pundits, journalists, etc.

The barbs will be brutal, scathing, and 24/7 without respite. His little fingers will be worn down to nubs trying to "tweet' his responses to the non-stop hailstorm of ridicule coming his way - all day, every day.

The man is in for a well-deserved world of hurt - and his ego can't withstand the onslaught. He'll fold like a cheap card table when he realizes that resigning is the only way to make it stop.



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Response to NanceGreggs (Reply #4)

Fri Jan 20, 2017, 06:47 AM

6. Using comedy to take him down is precisely what was suggested at M Moore's rally in NY last night

I watched part of it on video. I think it was Moore who said that is what we've discovered is Trump's Achilles heel: he has
NO sense of humor and can't stand having anyone make fun of him.

Mocking Trump needs to become everyone's goal all day all week long.

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Response to CK_John (Original post)

Thu Jan 19, 2017, 09:55 PM

5. Doubtful; his team won't want to give up their power and they'll be doing all the work, anyway.

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