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 MachIMustangII
Joined: 2/16/2018
Msg: 5176
a rose, by another name...is still loaded with pricks.Page 208 of 216    (176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216)
1) I keep bringing up the Carrier deal b/c its the simplest classical example of what Chump says every other president before him (speaking of respecting the office, how many times does Chump denigrate every president before him and their failed policies and deals?) could have done. Yet when Pence was governor, he refused to do it himself (your article says Chump gets the credit)--which makes one wonder why, if it was so easy to do and such a great idea, why didn't all the prior presidents who are far smarter (one example, far less chaos in their White Houses) figure out all they had to do was pay corporations bribes?

Chump the self-proclaimed dealermaker didn't have to bother giving away tax dollars at all--Carrier has done what it said it was going to do, and the union warned ahead of time that was going to be the result. In short, if giving corporations money was all that was needed to save jobs....don't you think that spendy Democrats would have ladled out the money? I mean, isn't that what they are accused of? Maybe they don't do it b/c they are intelligent as usual, and can figure out its not enough to stop the eventual economic shift of jobs to whatever is cheaper, export or automation. Of course, the demand of a global economy has an influence. When the PIGS countries are going bankrupt, demand for US products abroad goes down. When the world economy rebounds, as it has this year, demand goes up, and that pays for more paychecks.

Now, let's look at Chump's other act--tax cuts for corporations. Has that increased wages for workers? It hasn't. Even Rubio had to admit, all its done is created stock buyback programs--and at the expense of a huge deficit, in case we may actually need some Keynsian economic pump priming somewhere in our near future. What do we label a leader who keeps failing? a "chump" works.

2) Trump has called POW's losers, Mexicans rapists, Crooked Hillary, Lyin Ted, Low Energy Jeb...and Republicans here don't seem to mind Obama being called Obongo, or Hussein. Where's the respect? Maybe we should ask the First Lady, when she isn't plagiarizing the Obamas, what she's doing about cyberbullying at home. That is where charity starts, right? Be the change you wish to see in others? Don't worry about the sawdust in another's eye, worry about the plank in your own?

3) the Prez literally cannot tell the same story twice about Stormy Daniels. The solution Fooliani has is to take a lesson from Billy Clinton. Which is Hillaryous--you guys are going to copy the guy you despise, rather than admit Chump is guilty as sin. Even a lib like me has to say...if you look like Billy, then claiming you're innocent is silly.
 ghostata
Joined: 3/29/2018
Msg: 5177
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/8/2018 11:35:55 AM

Your president's name is Trump, like him or not, he deserves the respect of the office.


Lets see... we don't have the right to have complete disrespect for the POS POTUS?
 chameleonf
Joined: 12/22/2008
Msg: 5178
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/8/2018 12:01:01 PM
Ya...strong alright. Pull out of a deal with no back-up plan other than "severe" financial sanctions. He's hoping this will put him in good stead when speaking with NK in an attempt to say you have to do exactly as I say or no deal. NK will see this as proof that the States, under this president, can't be trusted rather than the desire to appear strong. The European allies disagree with his position, further fracturing the allied union. You walk away and you lose your negotiating power, allowing others to make the actual deals and you're ignored. NK and SK appear to be joining forces with the backing of Russia and China as well as what appears to be some backing towards Iran. And now it appears Iran may be making ready to strike Israel.

If you thought your summer gas prices were going to go up as usual...you ain't seen nothing yet. That may wind up being the least of your worries with the potential for your sons and daughters being thrown back into a war, rather than Trump's promises of getting out as quickly as possible.
 from site to sight
Joined: 11/30/2007
Msg: 5179
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/8/2018 1:34:08 PM

Trump, like him or not, he deserves the respect of the office.


As soon as he does something that deserves respect, people will respect him. But so far, he's done zip. Should people respect the fact that he gave himself and other ultra-rich people a tax break? How's that free or super-cheap health care program working out, after he scrapped Obamacare?

How much respect does Trump have for previous presidents? Is that why Trump wants to scrap all legacy of Obama, by scrapping almost every deal he's made while president? He calls every deal made the worst in history, no matter what it is. How's that respectful? Or, ironically, parading around women Bill Clinton was accused of having affairs with at a televised debate with Hillary. How respectful was that to Hillary, as well as Bill? She didn't parade around all of the women who accused Trump of having affairs with, including Stormy Daniels. How much respect does Trump have for all of the people he's publicly insulted, as well as constantly lying? So tell us again, why he deserves respect.
 LDC9999
Joined: 9/16/2017
Msg: 5180
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What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/8/2018 1:43:45 PM

One other grip. Your president's name is Trump, like him or not, he deserves the respect of the office.


In my world, respect is earned and practiced.
 Galaxie777
Joined: 8/13/2016
Msg: 5181
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/8/2018 2:22:05 PM
Great here comes Trumps war card.
And if the Yanks get into one, the allies will of course have to support it.
 MachIMustangII
Joined: 2/16/2018
Msg: 5182
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 2:45:31 PM
oh, but it gets worse....that Chump guy we're supposed to respect? yeah, he or someone in his House hired an Israeli firm to dig up dirt on Obama's administration in hope to find WMDs...er...stuff to help scuttle the Iranian deal:

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/may/07/israel-intel-firm-black-cube-trump-obama-iran-nuclear-deal

so, let's recap:

Chump hires neo con John Bolton, who brought you WMD bullshit to invade Iraq. And has always wanted to bomb Iran (talk about not even close to draining the swamp! a neocon? KJ must be so heartbroken over her hero--at least John Quixote will always have Benghazi).

Chump needs to take the black man's name off everything and stamp his brand on it (except Chump is reconsidering TPP).

Chump shows NK that they can't trust any deal he may sign--but they already accomplished what they wanted, they showed they are a nuclear power and got Chump and the Chinese to dance. They only need to end the war with the South and tell Chump to go lump it.

The best deal he may have offered, would have looked a bit like what Obama got with Iran.

the only country leader who thinks the Iran deal was bad, was Bibi, who's under corruption charges and has told us for 10 years now that Iran was 2 months away from nukes. so he's as credible as Chump saying he didn't pay a porn star. The Saudis will be happy, and Iran's former allies will be happy to see Persia turn away from the West and return, hat in hand and gas can ready to pour.

Chump shows respect for the Oval Office by hiring BlackCube to dig up dirt on past presidencies. April loves white wine will be along soon to lament the morality of this.

If Syria's ally Iran is weakened by sanctions, it will rely more on its other ally, Russia. Not that could possibly have any connection to Comrade Chump.

we're getting closer to that day when Chump has to pay his supporters to look that dumb. He's not draining the swamp, he's not isolationist, he's not a deal maker in the least and he doesn't give a rat's ass about you. He's literally making HRC look competent in comparison. oh well, let's see how high gas prices can go again.
 Llove2LaughToo
Joined: 4/14/2018
Msg: 5183
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 3:12:18 PM

Msg: 5180
I would like to know your opinion about Obama's responses to .....


You talkin' to me? .....are you talking to me? First things first.....answer the question I asked you (4) times:
"as a christian woman, have you ever witnessed Comrade Trump lie to the American people? Is it ok to you how your president lies every day?"


Msg: 5185
Good-bye Iran deal.


Why is anybody surprised? Is not like Comrade Trump knows what is in the Iran deal, but it was one of his campaign promises. I am sure his orange kool-aid drinkers are happy about it.


Msg: 5185
Finally, we have a strong president!


We have a strong president? America really is f*cked up. You appoint a clown, you'll get a circus.

MAGA: My Attorney Gossips A.... .....lot.
 purplerider1200
Joined: 9/10/2011
Msg: 5184
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Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 3:22:04 PM
Come here for the Maoist opinions.
 NewYorker58
Joined: 6/11/2013
Msg: 5185
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The Great & Powerful Trump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 3:44:18 PM
The sky is falling in, the sky is falling in? From what Trump said, it doesn't sound like a great deal to have let Iran test missiles. If the price for staying alive are higher gas prices, so be it. Perhaps this is why he's looking for the U.S. to provide sources for gas, like the Alaskan pipeline.


Vlad, that was a great story and piece of history I didn't know about. What great people they were on the Isle of Islay to take care of our service men, and for laying them to rest. How wonderful of the women to create the US flag thru their hard work to help honor our deceased soldiers.
 Llove2LaughToo
Joined: 4/14/2018
Msg: 5186
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 3:47:36 PM

Msg: 5194
Come here for the Maoist opinions.


Purple, is that a 1986 Honda Goldwing 1200? It looks to be in great shape.
 NewYorker58
Joined: 6/11/2013
Msg: 5187
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The Great & Powerful Trump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 3:49:42 PM
The sky is falling in, the sky is falling in☺ From what Trump said, it doesn't sound like a great deal to have let Iran test missiles. If the price for staying alive are higher gas prices, so be it. Perhaps this is why he's looking for the U.S. to provide sources for gas, like the Alaskan pipeline.


Vlad, that was a great story and piece of history I didn't know about. What great people they were on the Isle of Islay to take care of our service men, and for laying them to rest. How wonderful of the women to create the US flag thru their hard work to help honor our deceased soldiers.
 purplerider1200
Joined: 9/10/2011
Msg: 5188
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Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 4:41:20 PM

Purple, is that a 1986 Honda Goldwing 1200? It looks to be in great shape.


Tis. It's feeling it's mileage, however. Parts are getting harder to find. With 140,000, I'm rebuilding some pretty strange things on it. Aftermarket exhaust doesn't do it justice, so I've been rebuilding the pipes. (Headers were quite the job!) Wheel bearings, aftermarket coil packs. Plastics seem to be not so pliable anymore. I bought a low mileage GL 1500 SE last year, so it's become a local rider now.
 Llove2LaughToo
Joined: 4/14/2018
Msg: 5189
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/8/2018 5:35:04 PM

Parts are getting harder to find. With 140,000, I'm rebuilding some pretty strange things on it. Aftermarket exhaust doesn't do it justice, so I've been rebuilding the pipes. (Headers were quite the job!) Wheel bearings, aftermarket coil packs. Plastics seem to be not so pliable anymore. I bought a low mileage GL 1500 SE last year, so it's become a local rider now.


Older parts are hard to come by or to order. I am rebuilding a 1973 Kawasaki Z1 900, the only reliable source of used parts for older bikes is Ebay. I remember when the 1500 was introduced in 1988 with a reverse, the only Goldwing I like is the naked version of the Valkyrie. Have you ever been to Deals Gap (Tail of the Dragon)? I am heading to Deals Gap this summer for 8 days.
 MachIMustangII
Joined: 2/16/2018
Msg: 5190
Hugo Chump smells sulfur
Posted: 5/9/2018 5:18:10 AM
The irony is, by killing the deal, Iran is free to test all it wants. Meanwhile Boeing takes a hit, it signed a contract with Iran for new planes. And there are other American businesses that will lose, too. Also, other countries had contracts, and closing the market may ding the global economy. We'll see--Papa Corleone may have been right about keeping enemies closer.

Don Blankenship and some other Republicans didn't do too well in elections yesterday. I think even the GOP was glad to see the Coal Criminal lose.

Hope the Goldwing can swap some parts with older bikes. My 86 Mustang's plastic isn't so pliable, either. Maybe its the polymers they used back then, or its just age, I took mine out in all sorts of weather.


 Jo van
Joined: 5/23/2009
Msg: 5191
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/9/2018 6:05:33 AM
When trump was running for office, many (even in his own party) mocked his ignorance, and his petulant, ill-informed, "breitbart"-inspired "alt-right" rhetoric.
World leaders and their opposition counterparts were agreed that Trump was an idiot, a ridiculous liar, a "con man", with a "racist" history, and a fraudulent "university".
Here's what Boris Johnson, who was then mayor of London, said back then:

When Donald Trump says there are parts of London that are 'no go' areas, I think he's betraying a quite stupefying ignorance that makes him frankly unfit to hold the office of President of the United States.'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3920054/I-wouldn-t-visit-parts-New-York-case-meet-Trump-Boris-Johnson-British-leaders-RIDICULED-Donald-just-year-won-White-House.html#ixzz5F07xQjCx
He also said:

Crime has been falling steadily in both London and New York - and the only reason I wouldn't go to some parts of New York is the real risk of meeting Donald Trump.'


That's probably why Johnson only got to speak to trump's underlings, and had to resort to making his "plea" via "Fox News", which the fat president watches in bed, every morning, while eating burgers, and planning his golf.

In a desperate bid to appeal to trump's well-publicised vanity, Boris even mentioned the Nobel Peace prize, for calling Kim; "fat", "little rocket man", and promising "fire and fury", naturally; "like the world has never seen", and using his enormous, fully-functional "button".

I think Kim, and Moon, and China are negotiating their own peace treaties, without trump.
Trump will try to claim credit for it, I think Kim will want to humiliate him, but Moon, (S Korea) will be reluctant to annoy him for fear of sanctions, or loss of financial assistance. -But maybe Russia and China will be happy to "take up the slack"?

Appeasing and grovelling to a mad narcissist, like trump, is exactly what he wants.
IMO., the world should have continued to shun and to mock trump.

World leaders have been trying to "respect" the office of president, by treating Trump as if he was a normal, sentient being, when he clearly isn't worthy of any respect..

It's the same sort of deference and "respect" given to members of the clergy for so long, which allowed them to continue raping children, when all allegations against them were deemed "disrespectful", and the children who made the complaints were punished further, for their "disrespect".
I often wonder how many children committed suicide, after not being believed.

It's how rapists and sexual molesters in positions of power, have been allowed to get away with it.
It was Roy Moore's "defence": "who are they going to believe? -You, a 14-year-old child, or me, a respected DA?"
It's trump's "defence"; all accusers are "liars".

The revelations that trump used a covert Israeli company, "Black Cube", to try and "dig dirt" on people involved in obamas deal doesn't really surprise me.
They were also employed by Weinstein, to get "dirt" on his accusers.
Nice.
That's what America is becoming.

Netanyahu is just as corrupt, and just as big a liar, as trump is.
His "presentation" of "new evidence" of Iran's "nuclear program" was from 2003.
Just more lies, which trump regurgitated as some sort of "justification", for pulling out of the deal.
In reality, he still thinks that everything Obama did was "bad"
-because he still believes he wasn't an American, and he was a "muslim".

I can only hope that Meuller has gathered nearly enough evidence.
The longer this idiot is in office, the more damage he will do.
Jmo
 Whisky_River
Joined: 10/14/2017
Msg: 5192
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/9/2018 8:17:39 AM

I think Kim, and Moon, and China are negotiating their own peace treaties, without trump.

That's the way it appears to me too.....but still stroking his ego, like you said.

Netanyahu is just as corrupt, and just as big a liar, as trump is.

True and why pull out of an agreement which was working....and leave other countries high and dry.

Today, he has threatened to pull press passes to the Fake News Media.....again.
Must be on to something with this new Russian payout to his attorney.
For an administration not colluding with the Russians.....seems practically everyone had some ties to Russians....
 from site to sight
Joined: 11/30/2007
Msg: 5193
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/9/2018 9:17:41 AM
"...why pull out of an agreement which was working....and leave other countries high and dry."

Because it was an agreement done by Obama, and Trump's main political goal is to remove all of Obama's achievements. Trump keeps telling everyone that he is the greatest president in history, and it's hard to legitimize the claim if there are achievements made by Obama still existing. His standard excuse for removing everything Obama related is it's the worst deal in history and is hurting the American people-even though Trump probably doesn't have a clue what's in any agreement he cancels or considers the repercussions. But because his supporters are mostly on the lower end of the intelligence scale, they'll automatically believe everything Trump says.

This could turn into another TPP fiasco-where he cancels it and reconsiders it later. Not because he can come up with a new agreement that would be better for the U.S. Trump doesn't care about that. He wants a new agreement that attaches his name to it instead of Obama's, even if it's no better than the previous agreement. He just wants to add it to his portfolio to try to prove his claim of being the greatest president in history. He wants a spot on Mt. Rushmore and on American currency.
 chameleonf
Joined: 12/22/2008
Msg: 5194
Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/9/2018 10:02:38 AM

He wants a spot on Mt. Rushmore and on American currency.

A better place for his likeness would be on a roll of T.P. It would serve a more useful purpose than what he's accomplishing to date. As you say, simply getting out of existing agreements to say you've "kept your promise" without thinking of the repercussions or putting something else more viable in place isn't a promise worthy of keeping.
 LDC9999
Joined: 9/16/2017
Msg: 5195
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Hugo Chump strikes again!
Posted: 5/9/2018 10:22:24 AM

His standard excuse for removing everything Obama related is it's the worst deal in history and is hurting the American people-even though Trump probably doesn't have a clue what's in any agreement he cancels or considers the repercussions.


I think if he were to stand back at look at the bigger picture, he might, just might, see that his successor could and may cancel his 'achievements'.

His successor will have quite a task at Making America Great Again.
 MachIMustangII
Joined: 2/16/2018
Msg: 5196
Hugo Chump is an unfunny clown
Posted: 5/9/2018 1:09:31 PM
"Today, he has threatened to pull press passes to the Fake News Media."

>>>which is Hillaryous since someone on his payroll paid BlackCube to find fake news on Obama's crew who got the best deal of the century with Iran. Hmm, so Chump deals with Sheldon Addledson, Black Cube an Israeli firm, and Bibi of Israel...the racist Trumpanzees are going to hog wild, thinking their messiah is associating with ZOG mild. Maybe the Dildo Commando unit will take over another obscure park someplace in desperate attempt to make their point...whatever it is. And they'll tell each other bedtime stories of when they were Navy SEALS...straight from whatever History Channel TV show they studied to make it all seem real.

"This could turn into another TPP fiasco, where Chump flip flops and wishes he hadn't acted so rashly"

>>>that was a thought I had. The other signees are thinking how they can do an end-run around Chump and keep the deal going. If they do it, it could turn into another foreign policy failure of Chump, further isolating America. Maybe Russia will do what it did in Syria, and find another vacuum to fill in, and then claim its taken over the role of most important deal maker in the Mideast.
 HawkingJr
Joined: 4/16/2007
Msg: 5197
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What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/9/2018 2:59:08 PM
“Now that is the typical liberal BS playbook we hear over and over. If you are black or anyone else that voted for someone you don't care for you are poorly educated.” / “No offense, you do not come across to be what you claim to be. In my opinion you sound ignorant because the ‘well educated’ do not talk or express their ideas in order to offend so you come across worst than the ‘uneducated people’ you despise. These uneducated people (as you state) might be living a better and more dignified life and have more in the bank than You and the Rest who are trying to silence others by calling names and putting others down.!!”

Until your ilk starts responding to critiques of Trump’s uncivilized behavior, wonton dishonesty and nebulous contradictions with something more intelligent than deflections, snowflakery, Hillary/Obama “whataboutisms” and absurd claims that “it’s all part of the plan” (does he look like a guy who has a plan?) and quit acting like he’s an infallible god, you will be viewed upon as “poorly educated” and “easily snookered,” just like the cavemen of yore who couldn’t command fire, the blind followers of Egyptian priests and Jim Jones, and the natives whose minds were blown by Columbus’ knowledge of eclipses. It’s impossible to take any Trump supporters seriously who never acknowledge any of his flaws, and you two, as far as I can recall, never have. Much like Fox News, you just ignore anything he does that you can’t defend, which is the vast majority of things he does. At least if you were to say “He’s a lying, adulterous, moronic scumbag but I support most of his policies and believe they are going to make America better,” then we could at least have a modicum of respect for you, but you’re just like him in that any obvious flaws are nothing more than a “mass media conspiracy” – and that, my friends, is the behavior of the “poorly educated” and “easily snookered.”

“The sky is falling in, the sky is falling in? From what Trump said, it doesn't sound like a great deal to have let Iran test missiles. If the price for staying alive are higher gas prices, so be it.”

If anyone with true knowledge of the situation actually thought the deal would lead to Iran testing missiles anytime soon, then there would be a nearly universal consensus that this was a bad deal. Those higher gas prices are going to benefit only a very small percentage of Trump’s base: basically those in the Dakotas and other fracking areas – the rest of them, and most of the rest of us non-rich people, are going to suffer like it’s 2009 or 2014.
 APRILIKESWHITEROSES
Joined: 4/6/2018
Msg: 5198
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/9/2018 2:59:10 PM

What good things has Trump accomplished?


Out of the Iran Nuclear Deal = ONE OF THE WORST IN AMERICAN HISTORY.!!

The deal does nothing to check Iran’s missile program, indeed gives it more running room, even though it would be easier to verify a stoppage in missile activity than the nuclear program.

The President Trump Is right to recoil from all of this.

By The Editors- May 8, 2018 6:20 PM


Donald Trump is pulling out of the Iran deal. This is to his great credit. Once again — leaving the Paris accords and moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem also come to mind — the president has resisted pressure from the Europeans and the great and good in our country in order to make a decision in keeping with our interests.

The Iran deal is a travesty and a boon to the regime. In short, Iran entered into years-long negotiations with the West over whether it would have a nuclear program, during the course of which it developed a nuclear program. The deal allowed it to preserve a temporarily curtailed program in exchange for the shipment of $1.7 billion in cash to Iran — part of it clearly a ransom payment for the release of U.S. hostages — and relief from Western sanctions that had begun to bite.

For the mullahs, it was the deal of the century. It was less a nonproliferation agreement than a deal to pay for its proliferation.

The economic benefits of the accord were predictably poured into Iran’s expansion around the region. Rather than a new era of peace, the deal has coincided with more widespread conflict in the Middle East. Iran is now at the borders of Israel and Saudi Arabia via its own forces and proxies in Syria and Yemen. It has aided Bashar al-Assad’s destruction of his own country so he can continue to rule the hollowed-out remains. It continues its attempted takeover of Iraq. It supports terror groups such as Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the Taliban. Wherever there is discord in the region, there are the Iranians, fueling the conflict and supporting the nastiest actors.

The Iran deal takes no account of this activity in exchange for what is, in the best case, a pause in the Iranian nuclear program. Since the West isn’t allowed to inspect military sites, it is entirely possible that Iran is flagrantly cheating on the deal. Even if it isn’t, the deal allows the Iranians to bide their time — mustering their economic strength, cementing commercial ties with Europe — until restrictions on its nuclear program begin to lapse in less than a decade.

The deal does nothing to check Iran’s missile program, indeed gives it more running room, even though it would be easier to verify a stoppage in missile activity than the nuclear program.

The president is right to recoil from all of this. The challenge, as always, is to craft something better. Presumably, the Europeans and Iran will attempt to preserve the agreement. Much will depend on whether Trump is willing to squeeze the Europeans with secondary sanctions that make them choose between us and the Iranians. And it makes no sense to rip up the deal if Trump isn’t willing to back a comprehensive anti-Iran strategy that means staying engaged in Syria and Iraq.

HERE ARE 6 REASONS WHY THE IRAN DEAL WAS BAD FOR AMERICA

1- Iranian regime is still radical.
2- 150 billion in sanctions empowered it to fund terrorist groups like Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Taliban, while its internal economy crumbles.
3- While the Iran deal restricts Iran's nuclear program it does little to curb ballistic missile development or terrorist funding, which have ramped up in recent years.
4- The Deal's Inspections provisions forbid the IAEA from inspecting Iranian military bases.
5- The Deal Includes a "sunset clause " that could lift restrictions on Iran's Nuclear Enrichment by 2025, making the prospect of Iran developing nukes all the more likely.

6- Just last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed thousands of Iranian documents which purportedly revealed IRAN LIED about past nuclear ambitions and plans to continue nuclear development.!!
 ghostata
Joined: 3/29/2018
Msg: 5199
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/9/2018 3:10:37 PM

Out of the Iran Nuclear Deal = ONE OF THE WORST IN AMERICAN HISTORY.!!


Because a President has been saying so since the campaign...despite the fact he never read the deal, then nor now, has no idea what it did or did not do, then or now... uses simple talking points for his less than intelligent supporters...than and now.

Even I don't support reneging on this deal and I am the strongest supporter of Israel on this board.

Trump is looking to go to war with somebody... if not NK, than Iran.....

Donald Jingoism Trump.
 APRILIKESWHITEROSES
Joined: 4/6/2018
Msg: 5200
What good things has Trump accomplished?
Posted: 5/9/2018 3:16:18 PM
^^^

Keep hiding your head in the sand.!!
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