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  posted on 5/20/2016 at 07:08 PM
http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/20/politics/trump-veterans-6-million-not-raised/ index.html

Trump campaign admits it did not raise $6 million for veterans

 

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  posted on 5/20/2016 at 08:35 PM
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Trump campaign admits it did not raise $6 million for veterans



I'm just wondering if there is a single thing he hasn't lied about?

 

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  posted on 5/23/2016 at 11:45 AM

 

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  posted on 5/23/2016 at 04:04 PM
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Trump campaign admits it did not raise $6 million for veterans


I'm just wondering if there is a single thing he hasn't lied about?

It doesn't matter.

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 10:06 AM
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If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is abused verbally or physically by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 10:12 AM
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If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is abused verbally or physically by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

Thugs are thugs. Trumps makes them feel empowered and electing someone else will certainly change that dynamic but you'd have to be incredibly naive to think "all the abuse" will stop no matter who is elected POTUS. But I'm pretty sure you already know that.

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 10:17 AM
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If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is abused verbally or physically by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

Thugs are thugs. Trumps makes them feel empowered and electing someone else will certainly change that dynamic but you'd have to be incredibly naive to think "all the abuse" will stop no matter who is elected POTUS. But I'm pretty sure you already know that.


Do you have any hard evidence that proves what's on the mind of thugs and their level of empowerment?

My credit card debt doubled over the last seven years. I'm not complaining though, Obama has been the President so it's his fault.

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 10:51 AM
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If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is abused verbally or physically by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

Thugs are thugs. Trumps makes them feel empowered and electing someone else will certainly change that dynamic but you'd have to be incredibly naive to think "all the abuse" will stop no matter who is elected POTUS. But I'm pretty sure you already know that.


Do you have any hard evidence that proves what's on the mind of thugs and their level of empowerment?

My credit card debt doubled over the last seven years. I'm not complaining though, Obama has been the President so it's his fault.

The "hard evidence" has been hard to miss for the last 7 or 8 months or so.

You credit card debt comment is just bizarre.

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 04:17 PM
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If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is abused verbally or physically by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

Thugs are thugs. Trumps makes them feel empowered and electing someone else will certainly change that dynamic but you'd have to be incredibly naive to think "all the abuse" will stop no matter who is elected POTUS. But I'm pretty sure you already know that.


Do you have any hard evidence that proves what's on the mind of thugs and their level of empowerment?

My credit card debt doubled over the last seven years. I'm not complaining though, Obama has been the President so it's his fault.

The "hard evidence" has been hard to miss for the last 7 or 8 months or so.

You credit card debt comment is just bizarre.


As are unsubstantiated thug alerts. As if that kind of propaganda is liable to sway any votes, six or seven maybe?

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 06:11 PM
Alloak, Hillary will bring plenty of problems, but inciting violence won't be one of them.
 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 06:13 PM
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If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is abused verbally or physically by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

Thugs are thugs. Trumps makes them feel empowered and electing someone else will certainly change that dynamic but you'd have to be incredibly naive to think "all the abuse" will stop no matter who is elected POTUS. But I'm pretty sure you already know that.


Do you have any hard evidence that proves what's on the mind of thugs and their level of empowerment?

My credit card debt doubled over the last seven years. I'm not complaining though, Obama has been the President so it's his fault.

The "hard evidence" has been hard to miss for the last 7 or 8 months or so.

You credit card debt comment is just bizarre.


As are unsubstantiated thug alerts. As if that kind of propaganda is liable to sway any votes, six or seven maybe?

Thug alerts? Propaganda? What are you talking about?

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 06:27 PM
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]If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is ally by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

Thugs are thugs. Trumps makes them feel empowered and electing someone else will certainly change that dynamic but you'd have to be incredibly naive to think "all the abuse" will stop no matter who is elected POTUS. But I'm pretty sure you already know that.


Do you have any hard evidence that proves what's on the mind of thugs and their level of empowerment?

My credit card debt doubled over the last seven years. I'm not complaining though, Obama has been the President so it's his fault.

The "hard evidence" has been hard to miss for the last 7 or 8 months or so.

You credit card debt comment is just bizarre.


As are unsubstantiated thug alerts. As if that kind of propaganda is liable to sway any votes, six or seven maybe?


Thug alerts? Propaganda? What are you talking about?


I've thought it over. I'm voting for Hillary. If Trump got elected thugs would come unglued. He empowers them and I'm scared.

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 06:48 PM
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]If you support Trump, don't complain if a loved one is ally by some thug. You asked for it when you casted your vote for Trump. You want anger and hostility from the President, then expect it from his fellow citizens.


So if we elect Hillary Clinton, all the abuse from thugs will stop?

Thugs are thugs. Trumps makes them feel empowered and electing someone else will certainly change that dynamic but you'd have to be incredibly naive to think "all the abuse" will stop no matter who is elected POTUS. But I'm pretty sure you already know that.


Do you have any hard evidence that proves what's on the mind of thugs and their level of empowerment?

My credit card debt doubled over the last seven years. I'm not complaining though, Obama has been the President so it's his fault.

The "hard evidence" has been hard to miss for the last 7 or 8 months or so.

You credit card debt comment is just bizarre.


As are unsubstantiated thug alerts. As if that kind of propaganda is liable to sway any votes, six or seven maybe?


Thug alerts? Propaganda? What are you talking about?


I've thought it over. I'm voting for Hillary. If Trump got elected thugs would come unglued. He empowers them and I'm scared.


Not me, I'm an ABC voter.

 

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  posted on 5/24/2016 at 07:00 PM
Alloak, your Hillary response to my post indicates you may not have understood it. It wasn't about Hillary - I don't see any value with her either. But if there are a few ticking time bombs teetering on the brink, Trump's rhetoric could set one of them off. Would it be Trumps fault? No, but he's sure not taking advantage of any opportunities to prevent it by telling his supporters to punch people in the face and he'll pay the legal bills. Hillary's corruption will bring other problems, but inciting violence isn't one of them.
 

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  posted on 5/25/2016 at 06:45 AM
Donald Trump Scammed $150,000 From A 9/11 Relief Fund

Presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump, who claims to be worth $10 Billion (though recent reports suggest that could be as "little" as $150 Million), put money well ahead of the country he plans to make great again during her darkest hour when he took $150,000 earmarked by Congress for small businesses devastated by the 9/11 attacks.

Read the whole sordid story at Reverb Press HERE: http://bit.ly/1Vge9qH

 

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  posted on 5/25/2016 at 07:49 AM
Here’s Donald Trump, Lying His Orange Face Off About Donations To Vets

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-vets-donations_us_57448908 e4b0613b512b6131

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/05/24/four-months -later-donald-trump-says-he-gave-1-million-to-veterans-group/

[Edited on 5/25/2016 by LeglizHemp]

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 09:19 AM
More lies from The Donald...

Trump’s Misleading Attack on Martinez
By Robert Farley
Posted on May 25, 2016

Donald Trump took several verbal jabs at Republican New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez after she declined to attend his rally in Albuquerque. But his criticism of her effort to keep Syrian refugees out of New Mexico was way off base.

Trump wrongly claimed that “Syrian refugees are being relocated in large numbers to New Mexico.” Only 10 Syrian refugees have been relocated to New Mexico while Martinez has served as governor.

Trump also missed the mark when he boasted that “if I was governor” the resettlement of Syrian refugees in New Mexico “wouldn’t be happening.” Governors have no legal authority to bar refugees from relocation to their state, as those who have tried found out. The resettlement process is guided by federal law.

Trump’s barbs at Martinez, who is chairwoman of the Republican Governors Association, came after the governor declined to attend Trump’s first New Mexico campaign event in Albuquerque on May 24. Martinez, the nation’s first Hispanic female governor, has criticized some of Trump’s immigration remarks and has, according to the Albuquerque Journal, been “noncommittal as to whether she will support him.”

According to the Journal, when asked why she was not attending, she said she was “really busy.” So in his speech, Trump took the opportunity to opine that Martinez is “not doing the job.”

Trump, May. 24: Now here’s a beauty that you’re gonna all love. Syrian refugees are being relocated in large numbers to New Mexico. If I was governor, that wouldn’t be happening. I couldn’t care less. They say the governors have no choice. If I’m governor, I have a choice, OK? Believe me.

For starters, there has not been a large number of Syrian refugees relocated to New Mexico.

According to statistics from the State Department’s Refugee Processing Center, there have been 2,540 Syrian refugees relocated in the U.S. from the start of the fiscal year that began Oct. 1 to May 24. Just four of them were relocated to New Mexico. Over that period, New Mexico ranked tied for 33rd among states in the number of Syrian refugees relocated.

In fact, over the entirety of Martinez’s term as governor, which began at the start of 2011, a total of 4,421 Syrian refugees arrived in the U.S., and just 10 of them were relocated in New Mexico.

“New Mexico is actually a state with very little refugee resettlement,” said Matthew Soerens, a spokesman for World Relief, one of the nine resettlement agencies that help to relocate refugees from all over the world in the U.S.

In other words, Trump’s claim that “large numbers” of Syrian refugees have been relocated to New Mexico under Martinez’s watch is wrong.
‘If I was governor, that wouldn’t be happening.’

Experts tell is Trump is also off base with his boast that as a governor he could have stopped Syrian refugees from entering his state.

The Refugee Act of 1980 “makes clear that the federal government has the responsibility for determining who is to be admitted as a refugee,” Soerens told us via email.

While more than 30 governors said last year that they oppose letting Syrian refugees into their states, and several vowed to prohibit it, none followed through or had any success.

For example, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed an order in November that sought to stop the resettlement of Syrian refugees in his state. Specifically, the executive order attempted to stop state agencies from being involved in accepting refugees. But Deal later rescinded that order after the state’s Attorney General released an opinion in which he said he was “unaware of any law or agreement that would permit a state to carve out refugees from particular countries from participation in the refugee resettlement program, no matter how well-intended or justified the desire to carve out such refugees might be.”

“Accordingly, it is my official opinion that both federal law and the State’s agreement to act as the state refugee resettlement coordinator prevent the State from denying federally-funded benefits to Syrian refugees lawfully admitted into the United States,” Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens wrote.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also vowed to legally challenge the federal law, after announcing in November that his state would not accept any Syrian refugees. But a federal judge denied the Texas Attorney General’s request for a temporary injunction to block the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Texas.

“The Court does not deny that the Syrian refugees pose some risk. That would be foolish,” U.S. District Judge David C. Godbey wrote in February. “In our country, however, it is the federal executive that is charged with assessing and mitigating that risk, not the states and not the courts.”

As those cases make clear, Soerens said, “If Mr. Trump intends to abide by the law and submit to the authority of our court system, he would not have ‘a choice’ as governor to halt resettlement.”

Added Kevin Appleby, senior director of international migration policy at the Center for Migration Studies: “The law is pretty clear that the federal government has the power, once a refugee has been accepted, to resettle them anywhere in the U.S.”

And despite the rhetoric, threats and best efforts of some governors strongly opposed to resettlement of Syrian refugees, Stacie Blake, director of government and community relations for the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, told us that “the U.S. refugee program has continued unabated.” She said, “The program [including for Syrian refugees] is proceeding as it always has. There has been no slow-down due to any of the statements or actions of any of the governors.” (You can read more about the resettlement process in a story we wrote in November debunking Trump’s claim that Syrian refugees are steered to Republican states.)

American University law professor Stephen I. Vladeck told us the governors’ bold prohibitions against accepting Syrian refugees in their states was “a lot of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”

“States have absolutely zero legal authority to refuse to allow refugees already admitted into the United States into their jurisdiction, specifically, regardless of their purported justification,” Vladeck told us via email. “And if a state is specifically barring refugees of particular national origin, race, or religious belief, then that policy is doubly unconstitutional — on both federalism and individual rights grounds.”

After Trump made his statements about Martinez, her press secretary Mike Lonergan, released a statement saying that Martinez “will not be bullied into supporting a candidate until she is convinced that candidate will fight for New Mexicans.” Lonergan also noted that Martinez “has strongly opposed the President’s Syrian refugee plan.”

Last November, after the ISIS attacks in Paris, Martinez released a statement opposing President Obama’s plan to accept more Syrian refugees “until there is a very clear plan in place to properly vet and place the refugees, and the voices of governors and the public can be heard.” Martinez’s press office noted that Martinez’s position was criticized by the mayor of Santa Fe, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson and the American Civil Liberties Union.

The Trump campaign did not respond to our request for clarification of his comments. Trump may argue that he would have done more to try to stop relocation of Syrian refugees. But he can’t say “that wouldn’t be happening,” because the law and federal courts say otherwise.

http://www.factcheck.org/2016/05/trumps-misleading-attack-on-martinez/

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 09:23 AM
And there's more!!

Trump’s Employee Exaggeration in Jersey
By Eugene Kiely
Posted on May 25, 2016

Donald Trump told an audience in New Jersey that he has more employees “than almost anybody in New Jersey.” That’s nonsense. He used to own Trump Entertainment Resorts, one of the state’s top 100 employers, but he lost control of it in bankruptcy.

He still owns three golf courses in the state, but their combined payrolls cannot compare with the 40,000 workers employed by Wakefern Food Corp., the state’s top employer, according to the most recent annual employer survey by New Jersey Business magazine.

Trump made his remarks at a campaign event in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, after being introduced by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. He talked with pride about winning the New York primary because fellow New Yorkers know him best. New Jerseyans know him just as well, he said, because he employs “so many” of them. (At the 18:16 minute mark of the C-Span video.)

Trump, May 19: Do you know how many employees right now I have? I am paying so many people, I have so many employees in New Jersey I hate to think about it. I have to be honest. OK? I am taking care of more education, and more salaries and more health care than anybody probably, Chris, than almost anybody in New Jersey, right?

The Trump campaign didn’t respond when we asked how many people Trump now employs in New Jersey. But there’s plenty of evidence that Trump is not among the top employers in New Jersey. His casino empire collapsed. He owns no luxury residential buildings or hotels in New Jersey. All he owns in New Jersey are three golf courses, according to Newark’s The Star-Ledger‘s timeline of Trump’s holdings in New Jersey over the last 30 years.

Trump once owned Trump Entertainment Resorts, which for years has been listed among New Jersey’s top 100 companies by New Jersey Business magazine. Trump Entertainment Resorts ranked 44th in 2014, when it had 3,766 employees, and dropped to 72nd in 2015 with 2,338 employees, according to the magazine’s annual surveys.

But that company filed for bankruptcy in 2014, and when it reemerged, it was under the control of billionaire investor Carl Icahn. “As of February 26, 2016, Trump Entertainment Resorts, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Icahn Enterprises, L.P.,” Bloomberg says in its profile of the company.

Full story: http://www.factcheck.org/2016/05/trumps-employee-exaggeration-in-jersey/

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 09:51 AM
Election 2016 — Republican Delegate Count - (1,237 Needed to Win)
Trump Cruz Rubio Kasich
1238 559 165 161

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/republican_delegate_ count.html

A hell of a lot of people predicted this would never happen.

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 10:18 AM
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A hell of a lot of people predicted this would never happen.

True, but most of those predictions are older since it's been pretty obvious for a while now.

Trump as nominee, shame on the GOP. Trump as president, shame on all of us.

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 11:58 AM
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Trump as nominee, shame on the GOP. Trump as president, shame on all of us.

It really doesn't matter.

Other than appointing SCOTUS justices the President's influence over the direction of our country is very limited. And no one knows how a Clinton appointee may differ from a Trump appointee, if at all. Our ship is on a certain course and the President may be the captain of the ship but our system of checks and balances prevents him from changing the course by more than a degree or two. Much more power lies with the legislative and judicial branches and I am more interested in seeing how the makeup of congress changes one way or the other. But regardless of who wins the Presidential race most of our lives won't change. Health care will still be expensive, too many lives will be lost in foreign wars, we'll still need to go to work every day, cut the grass every week, and we won't ever know what we did to piss off our wives and girlfriends. Life will go on pretty much unchanged as it has after every other Presidential election. I suppose Trump may embarrass us more on the international stage but on the plus side he'd probably make for some good late night TV comedy.

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 12:32 PM
For the most part I agree with you there Bob.

I always recall this thing I saw on the news one election year, many, many years ago.

Peter Jennings or someone like that was out amongst the people and asked this one guy if he was any better off today than he was four years ago, the guys reply was priceless:

"Well of course I am, but I certainly do not attribute that to any politician."

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 01:04 PM
I heard a guy on the radio last week who also didn't think it made much difference who wins, but his reasoning was very much different than mine. Basically he said that a Trump victory may bring about an apocalyptic end of the world, but a Trump loss would give us Hillary every time we turn on the TV for the next four years leaving us wishing for the end of the world. So no matter how you look at it it just doesn't matter.

 

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  posted on 5/26/2016 at 08:12 PM
Last June Trump's candidacy was laughed at by "the political class" and liberals.
They said he wouldn't stay in it long and that he was doing this for publicity.

Now Donald Trump has locked up more than the number of delegates needed to secure the nomination on the first ballot.

Donald Trump has also received more primary votes than any other Republican candidate in history and millions of registered Democrat party voters have dumped that failing party.

What happened?
I thought the liberal media was telling people that it was the Republican Party that was coming apart.

Apparently not.

The liberal media was also telling people that the Trump supporters were going to be violent and riot and that the Republican convention would be contested.
In reality the actual violence is being conducted the the left and the democrat party convention will be contested.

What happened?

 

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  posted on 5/27/2016 at 06:40 PM
http://money.cnn.com/2016/05/27/news/trump-university/index.html

Donald Trump under oath: Trump University's promises crumble
by Drew Griffin, Nelli Black and Curt Devine @CNNMoney
May 27, 2016: 2:03 PM ET

 

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